ESPN+ Takes Over UFC PPV Duties Starting With UFC 236

Image for ESPN+ Takes Over UFC PPV Duties Starting With UFC 236

On Saturday, April 13, UFC 236 goes down and it is one for the ages. Not only because the card features two title fights, but also because it is the first pay-per-view that will be broadcast on ESPN+.

ESPN+ will be the exclusive provider of UFC pay-per-view events for U.S. fans.

ESPN+ Free Trial!

In addition to giving MMA fans a one-stop home for all UFC PPV events, ESPN+ pricing and packaging will deliver new value to fans as well.


New ESPN+ subscribers will get one-year of ESPN+ and the first UFC PPV event for just $79.99 (normally $109.99)!  That’s 60% off the annual ESPN+ subscription.


All Existing ESPN+ subscribers will be able to purchase UFC PPV events for just $59.99 per event (previously $64.99).

The main event at UFC 236 is a battle for the interim lightweight championship, as featherweight titleholder, Max Holloway takes on Dustin Poirier in a rematch of their UFC 143 bout, where Poirier won with a first-round submission. The interim middleweight championship is on the line in the evening’s co-main event, as Kelvin Gastelum takes on Israel Adesanya.

The PPV is rounded out by Eryk Anders vs. Khalil Rountree, Alan Jouban vs. Dwight Grant and Ovince Saint Preux vs. Nikita Krylov.

To take advantage of the ESPN+ PPV offers, hit up the link below.

Order UFC exclusively for purchase on ESPN+. Package includes an annual ESPN+ subscription!

Share this article

Jeremy Brand started up this lovechild called MMASucka.com back in 2009. It began as a hobby project and has turned into much more. In his spare time, you can find Jeremy on the mats, as he is a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.