Another UFC London event is fast approaching, with a host of exciting fights on the card for this Saturday's event at the O2 Arena.
Heavyweight's Curtis Blaydes and Tom Aspinall will headline the event, which is also set to feature intriguing bouts between Jack Hermansson & Chris Curtis and Paddy Pimblett vs Jordan Leavitt.
If you're looking to watch the event live then you have come to the right place, as we have all of the information that you need regarding live streams and broadcasters in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Will UFC London be broadcast on Sky Sports?
No. Sky Sports do not own any of the rights for the Ultimate Fighting Championship in the United Kingdom and therefore they will not be offering any coverage of UFC London this weekend.
Will UFC London be broadcast on BT Sport?
Yes. BT Sport is the home of the UFC in the United Kingdom, and they will be the sole broadcasters for UFC London.
Given that the event is in the United Kingdom, there will be no need to set an alarm for the early hours of the morning. The prelims are due to begin at 5pm BST, with the main card scheduled to start at 8pm BST.
There will be no additional cost for the event for those with an active BT Sport subscription.
Will UFC London be broadcast on ESPN?
Yes. ESPN will be the broadcaster of the event in the United States. However, it will come at an additional cost.
The event will not be broadcast through the regular ESPN channels, instead, it will be shown on ESPN PPV. The cost of the live stream will be $74.99.
Will UFC London be broadcast on Fox Sport?
No. Fox Sport will not be offering any coverage of UFC London. The sole broadcasting rights in the United States for this event are held by ESPN.
Will UFC London be streamed on the BT Sport App?
Yes. If you have an active BT Sport subscription then you will be able to stream the event live through the BT Sport App on your mobile device.
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