How to watch UFC 292: live streams for Sterling vs. O’Malley, Weili vs. Lemos title fights – DIGIWIZ CENTRAL

How to watch UFC 292: live streams for Sterling vs. O’Malley, Weili vs. Lemos title fights

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Aljamain Sterling and Sean O’Malley will meet inside the octagon for a UFC 292 main event to decide the UFC Bantamweight champion. We’ll also see Zhang Weili and Amanda Lemos do battle for the Women’s Strawweight title. There are many other fights leading up to these main events, so we’ll show you how to watch UFC 292 live streams in the US, UK, and more.

The main card pay-per-view livestream is exclusive to ESPN+ members in the US, but if you’re outside the country, you can tap into a few international viewing options. We’ll also guide you step-by-step on how to use a VPN to watch UFC 292, no matter where you are. You might even find some of the international viewing options we’ve found are cheaper than your home country, and a VPN is a great way to save on pricy PPV fees.

UFC 292 livestream quick links

US Main Card: ESPN+ ($80 PPV fee plus $10/month membership)US Prelims: ABC, ESPN, or ESPN+ ($10/month)UK: TNT Sports (available for £30/month via Discovery Plus)Canada: UFC Fight Pass or cable PPV ($65)Watch from anywhere: Use ExpressVPN (try it risk-free for 30 days) to access any streaming options no matter where you areWhen: UFC 292 main card begins August 19, 10 p.m. ET / August 20, 3 a.m. BST / August 20, 4 a.m. CEST / August 20, 12 p.m. AEST

How to watch UFC 292 in the US

US viewers can watch the main event of UFC 292 on ESPN+ tonight at 10 p.m. ET. The main card requires an ESPN+ subscription ($10/month) and an extra pay-per-view fee of $80.

Before the main event, fans can watch the early prelims at 6:30 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass, then catch the prelims on ESPN and ESPN+ at 8 p.m. ET.

The ESPN+ app is available on all the best streaming devices, including Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PlayStation, Xbox, Roku, Samsung smart TVs, and more.

Ways to save on the UFC 292 pay-per-view price

If you’re not already a member and plan to sign up for ESPN+ to watch UFC 292, you can take advantage of a discounted package.

New subscribers can purchase a one-year ESPN+ plan with access to UFC 292 included for a total of $124.98. That’s more than 30% off the regular combined price of an annual membership and a UFC PPV. ESPN+ will renew for the regular annual fee of $100 after your first year unless you cancel.

How to watch UFC 292 everywhere else

If you’re not in the US, you still have a few options to watch UFC 292. The fight is available to watch in the UK with TNT Sports, available as a £30 per month add-on for most major TV providers in the country (including BT, Discovery+, EE, Sky, and Virgin).

In the UK, big numbered UFC events aren’t usually locked behind a separate PPV paywall (unless McGregor makes a comeback, that is). Instead, they exist as a part of a regular monthly subscription service. UFC is now on TNT Sports (the new name of BT Sport), but you can still get it for a very affordable price at just £30 a month on a one-month rolling contract. You’ll find TNT Sports at this price on the premium Discovery Plus package, which includes access to TNT Sports. The prelims and main card will air on TNT Sports 1.

You can download the Discovery Plus app on Android, iOS, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Samsung, LG, PlayStation, and Xbox. You can also stream it through any web browser.

In Canada, UFC 292 will be available as a pay-per-view through most TV providers and directly via UFC Fight Pass. The pay-per-view costs $65.

The UFC 292 main event is available on UFC Fight Pass in most other regions too, including Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Italy, Spain, Poland, Switzerland, Asia, Africa, and Brazil. Check local provider listings for other main event and prelim viewing options.

Even if you’re outside any of the above locations, you can still access the fight no matter where you are with a VPN. A VPN, which stands for virtual private network, bypasses geo-restrictions so you can stream UFC 292 through services carrying the fight without being in the US, UK, or Canada. A VPN also provides users with a more secure internet connection. 

Our top recommendation for the best VPN service is ExpressVPN. New members can get a 30-day money-back guarantee, and your first year is 49% off, plus an extra three months thrown in free for good measure. If you’d like to learn more about the app, take a look at our detailed ExpressVPN review.

How to watch UFC 292 with a VPN

Sign up for a VPN service like Express VPN.Install it on the device you’re using to watch UFC 292.Activate the VPN and set it to any location supported by the streaming service you plan to use.Subscribe to a service carrying UFC 292 (see above) and pay any required PPV or subscription fees.Open your streaming app to start watching the UFC 292 main event.When: UFC 292 main card begins August 19 at 10 p.m. ET / August 20 at 3 a.m. BST / August 20 at 4 a.m. CEST / August 20 at 12 p.m. AEST.

UFC 292 Fight Card: Sterling vs. O’Malley

Main Card — 10 p.m. ET on ESPN+

Aljamain Sterling (c) vs. Sean O’Malley (Bantamweight title)Zhang Weili (c) vs. Amanda Lemos (Women’s Strawweight title)Neil Magny vs. Ian Machado Garry (Welterweight)Da’mon Blackshear vs. Mario Bautista (Bantamweight)Marlon Vera vs. Pedro Munhoz (Bantamweight)

Prelims — 8 p.m. ET on ESPN and ESPN+

Chris Weidman vs. Brad Tavares (Middleweight)Gregory Rodrigues vs. Denis Tiuliulin (Middleweight)Austin Hubbard vs. Kurt Holobaugh (Lightweight)Brad Katona vs. Cody Gibson (Bantamweight)

Early Prelims — 6:30 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass

Andre Petroski vs. Gerald Meerschaert (Middleweight)Andrea Lee vs. Natalia Silva (Women’s Flyweight)Karine Silva vs. Maryna Moroz (Women’s flyweight)

Note: Using VPNs is illegal in certain countries, and using VPNs to access region-locked streaming content might constitute a breach of the terms of use for certain services. Insider does not endorse or condone the illegal use of VPNs.

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