UFC on TV & Stream: Today

Full UFC schedule for live fights on TV & stream today, tonight, tomorrow, weekend, week & upcoming - Dates, times and channels

Below you’ll find the full UFC schedule for live viewing on TV & stream with dates, event times and channels. Find out what matchups and fight nights are on today, tonight, tomorrow, this weekend and in the future. Main cards, prelims and everything you need to know.

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TV Schedule for UFC

In the schedule above, you will find all the information you need to follow all of UFC's events, live on TV or via stream. Dates, TV times, and broadcasting channels are regularly updated to ensure a seamless experience when using the service. If you are a regular follower of UFC, there is an option to mark UFC as a favorite. You can do this at the top of this page above the schedule, which will provide you with a tailored schedule service showing only the leagues and teams you are interested in following. Since Tvsporten.nu collects and presents information about various sports, this can be a useful feature to use for quicker access to where you can watch UFC's different events on TV today.

Watch UFC on TV and Stream Here

Currently, it's ESPN+ that holds the rights to UFC. ESPN+ broadcasts live from all UFC events, always with interesting and knowledgeable experts in both the pre- and post-studio. If you wish to follow UFC live, the best way is to use ESPN+'s platforms, available on your mobile, computer, or directly through your TV. To access UFC, you need at least the ESPN+ subscription, which also provides access to a wide range of sports content, including live events and exclusive shows.

Another option that ESPN+ offers is access to a variety of sports content, including UFC, as part of their subscription service. With ESPN+, you can enjoy live sports events, replays, analysis, and more. They also offer Pay-Per-View options for specific events that are not included in the regular subscription, allowing you to purchase and watch those events individually. Additionally, ESPN+ provides access to a library of sports-related content and original programming.


The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is a global mixed martial arts (MMA) organization founded in 1993. UFC revolutionized the combat sports scene by bringing together fighters from different disciplines, including boxing, jiu-jitsu, and kickboxing, in an incredibly entertaining and adrenaline-filled competitive environment. UFC is now the world's largest MMA organization with events and fighters from around the world, which has given the fight league a very international audience. Similar to boxing, UFC consists of different weight classes, each with a champion who holds the belt as a symbol of being the best.

Men's Weight Classes:

  • Flyweight: Maximum weight 56.7 kg
  • Bantamweight: Maximum weight 61.2 kg
  • Featherweight: Maximum weight 65.8 kg
  • Lightweight: Maximum weight 70.3 kg
  • Welterweight: Maximum weight 77.1 kg
  • Middleweight: Maximum weight 83.9 kg
  • Light Heavyweight: Maximum weight 93.0 kg
  • Heavyweight: No maximum weight

Women's Weight Classes:

  • Flyweight: Maximum weight 56.7 kg
  • Bantamweight: Maximum weight 61.2 kg
  • Featherweight: Maximum weight 65.8 kg
  • Lightweight: Maximum weight 70.3 kg
  • Welterweight: Maximum weight 77.1 kg

UFC Fighters

UFC has approximately 650 fighters (men and women), and while some remain relatively unknown to the average UFC enthusiast, there are a few who have become global stars throughout the organization's history.

Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor is the first name that comes to mind when talking about MMA stars. The Irish martial arts icon has had a spectacular UFC career. He made his debut in 2013 and quickly captured the featherweight and lightweight champion titles, making him the first to hold two weight class belts simultaneously. McGregor is known for breaking records, including the fastest knockout in UFC title match history.

Jon Jones

Jon Jones, a UFC icon, excelled as the light heavyweight champion from 2011. His superior skills and undefeated streak were impressive, including victories over legendary opponents, one of which was his epic title match against Sweden's Alexander Gustafsson. Jones stood out with his unorthodox fighting style and technical brilliance. Despite successes, his journey was marred by controversies and suspensions, creating a complex narrative. When he returned to the UFC for his first title match against Ciryl Gane after his suspension, he proved to be still dominant and won the UFC heavyweight belt.

Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey, a pioneer in women's MMA, changed the landscape with her remarkable UFC career. She made her debut in 2013 and quickly became the women's bantamweight champion. Rousey's explosive fighting style, especially her groundbreaking ground skills, created incredible dominance. She won her first twelve professional fights, nine of which were by submission or knockout, and set records. Her popularity extended beyond the sport, and she became a global role model. Despite later setbacks, Rousey changed women's MMA and left a legacy as one of its most influential figures.