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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Makhachev vs. Moises via live online stream

UFC returns to the APEX in Las Vegas for its latest edition of Fight Night. This weekend’s card is topped by a lightweight contender’s bout and a ranked women’s bantamweight fighter in action.

Islam Makhachev prepares to fight Drew Dober in their lightweight fight during the UFC 259 event at UFC APEX on March 06, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC

After another eventful fight card last weekend for the UFC at T-Mobile Arena, the APEX will be back under the primetime lights on Saturday night for UFC Fight Night: Makhachev vs. Moises. The event will be broadcasted on ESPN with the main card beginning at 10:00 p.m. ET, and the prelims at 7:00 p.m.

UFC Fight Night: Makhachev vs. Moises will be available for live stream on ESPN+. If you want to watch, you’ll need to purchase a subscription. If you purchase ESPN+ separately, it cost $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. Or you can purchase it apart of the Disney+ bundle, which also features Hulu and ESPN+ for $13.99 per month.

The main card currently has five bouts, including the main event between Islam Makhachev and Thiago Moises at lightweight. Makhachev enters the octagon with a professional fighting record of 19-1 and is ranked ninth in the lightweight class. Moises has a record of 15-4, but is ranked 14th in the lightweight division.

Before the main event, there’s a tremendous co-main event between Marion “The Belizean Bruiser” Reneau and Miesha “Cupcake” Tate. Reneau has a record of 9-7-1 and is ranked 12th in the women’s bantamweight rankings. This will be Reneau’s final fight inside the octagon on Saturday night. Tate is coming into the bout with a 18-7 record, but has not fought since 2016.

The prelims has six bouts but is always subject to change. A few of the notable prelim fights are Amanda Lemos vs. Montserrat Ruiz (women’s strawweight), Alan Baudot vs. Rodrigo Nascimento Ferreira (heavyweight), and Miles Johns vs. Anderson Dos Santos (bantamweight).