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UFC 220: How to live stream Miocic vs. Ngannou online

UFC 220, takes place on Saturday night/Sunday morning and is the first big pay-per-view of 2018. UFC 220 is headlined by Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou and Daniel Cormier vs. Volkan Oezdemir. Here’s how to watch the event on television or stream UFC 220 live online.

The event, from the TD Garden in Boston, iconic home of the NBA’s Boston Celtics, gets underway at 7pm EST in the United States via the UFC Fight Pass, but that’s just the two-fight pre-show before the pre-show.

In the UK coverage starts at 01:00 on BT Sport, which has exclusive rights to stream the event on these shores.

TV subscribers viewers can watch on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport HD. Subscribers with digital access can also watch on the BT Sport app or via BT Sport.com.

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If you don’t have BT Sport right now you can start the sign up process and look at your options here.

The four preliminary bouts will start at 01:00, while the main card is set to start at 03:00 on Sunday 21 January.

If you’re in for the long haul, you can expect the UFC Heavyweight Championship main event between Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou to begin sometime around 05:00.

Miocic vs. Ngannou and Cormier vs. Oezdemir for the light heavyweight title, makes this one of the strongest double main events in recent Ultimate Fighting history.

If you’re able to stay away from online spoilers, BT is also screening a full replay of the pay-per-view via BT’s UFC Spoiler-Free Replays service, which also offers access to past events, including last month’s Cyborg vs Holm clash at UFC 219.

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