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If you're a fan of the UFC or mixed martial arts in general, you have to see UFC 269. This marquee matchup features lightweight champ Charles “Do Bronx” Oliveira (31-8-0, 1NC) taking on Dustin “The Diamond” Poirier (28-6-0, 1NC). Poirier was last seen defeating Conor McGregor by technical knockout in July, but Oliveira is still the champ until proven otherwise.

Adding to the excitement of this explosive event, you'll also see a Women's Bantamweight Championship bout between Amanda “The Lioness” Nunes (21-4-0) and Julianna “The Venezuelan Vixen” Peña (11-4-0) before Oliveira and Poirier enter the octagon. With 13 wins by knockout, Nunes is a force to be reckoned with, but Peña is here to play following her submission defeat of Sara McMann back in January.

No matter what fight you're coming for, you don't have to have cable to watch UFC 269. We'll show you how to access UFC 269 and start streaming the fights in this how to watch guide.

Start Time for UFC 269: Oliveira vs. Poirier

Are you ready to watch UFC 269? Check out all the details of the event below:

  • When is UFC 269: December 11
  • Where is UFC 269: T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas
  • What time does the Main Card start: 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT
  • What time do the Feature Prelims start: 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT
  • What time do the Early Prelims start: 6:15 p.m. ET / 3:15 p.m. PT
  • Where to watch UFC 269: ESPN Plus or ESPN 2 (feature prelims only)

Fight Card for UFC 269: Oliveira vs. Poirier

With five different bouts on the Main Card and four featured preliminary fights, UFC 269 is packed with action and entertainment. Check out the Fight Card for all the details:

Matchup Weight class Time Odds
Oliveira vs. Poirier Lightweight Title Main card Poirier -160
Nunes vs. Pena Women's Bantamweight Title Main card Nunes -900
Neal vs. Ponzinibbio Welterweight Main card Both -110
Kara-France vs. Garbrandt Flyweight Main card Garbrandt -155
Paiva vs. O'Malley Bantamweight Main card O'Malley -305
Emmett vs. Ige Featherweight Preliminary card Emmett -160
Munhoz vs. Cruz Bantamweight Preliminary card Both -110
Sakai vs. Tuivasa Heavyweight Preliminary card Tuivasa -115
Wright vs. Silva Middleweight Preliminary card Silva -335

How to Watch UFC 269: Oliveira vs. Poirier

This is where we usually list a bunch of streaming services that will allow you to watch the program in question. But for this fight, the list is going to be mighty short. That’s because there’s only one service that lets you watch UFC 269 and Oliveira vs. Poirer: ESPN Plus.

Stream UFC 269 Now with ESPN Plus

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That’s right: An ESPN Plus subscription is the only way you’ll be able to watch UFC 269. But even then, you’ll still need to give UFC and ESPN Plus more of your money if you want to see the main card matches. Those are pay-per-view exclusives, and you’ll need to pay $69.99 if you already have an ESPN Plus subscription. What if you don’t already subscribe to ESPN Plus? In that case, you can pay $89.99 and get both UFC 269 and a full year’s subscription, which we think is a pretty good deal. It’s also available to ESPN Plus customers who currently pay for a monthly plan. That monthly plan costs $6.99 per month, which means you’ll save a ton of money if you buy the annual plan and UFC 269 at the same time.

If you just want to watch the preliminary matches, all you need is an ESPN Plus subscription. But we’re guessing most diehard UFC fans will want to see the stacked lineup on the main card.

What if you want to know what the overall ESPN Plus experience is like? Our ESPN Plus review has everything you need to know.

Can I Watch UFC 269 on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?

UFC 269 through ESPN Plus is available through a variety of devices. Check out this chart to ensure your device is compatible:

Roku Fire TV Apple TV Android TV Chromecast iOS Android Web/
ESPN Plus Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

More to Watch for UFC 269 Fans

Now you know how to watch UFC 269, and it doesn’t matter if you root for Oliveira, Poirier, or simply chaos. All three options are acceptable, and sometimes the last one is the most fun. But what do you do when all the winners have been declared and UFC 269 is over?

Well, there’s plenty of other good sports worth checking out right now. The NHL, NFL, and NBA are all in the midst of their respective seasons right now, and they aren’t the only leagues playing either. We have a general guide to watching sports without cable that you should check out for more details.

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