In this post, we are going to talk about UFC 246, which is the season 28 premiere episode. Hence, it would be surely interesting to watch, but what is more interesting are the contestants. McGregor is returning to the ring after losing to Khabib, which was one of the most controversial UFC matches of all time due to racially motivated comments. However, this fight would be amazing to watch, and we will be talking more about it.
UFC 246 Season 28 Episode 1 Release Date
The competition is already 27 seasons deep, and the 28th season is supposed to premiere this week. UFC 246 Season 28 Episode 1 is all set to release on 18 January 2020, while the last fight of season 27 was released on 14 December 2019, which was a fight between Usman and Covington. The upcoming fight is just a few hours away, and we will be sharing the streaming details with you ahead. Although it is a PPV (Pay Per View) event, you will have to pay for the match if you want to watch it.
UFC 246 Season 28 Episode 1 Preview
Here is the preview clip of the fight!
UFC 246 Season 28 Episode 1 Streaming
The show is supposed to broadcast on the ESPN+ channel, and there is no other option to watch the show on television. Also, if you want to stream the fight online, you can watch it on the ESPN app although it will require your cable TV subscription details to log in.
Who Will Fight In UFC 246 Season 28 Episode 1?
Conor McGregor is returning, and he will be facing Cerrone ‘Cowboy,’ who is another fan favorite UFC player. The main card is supposed to start at 10 PM ET/PT, however, the prelims are supposed to start as early as 6.30 ET/PT. Here is the cost structure for the fight as per the PPV on the ESPN website.
Existing yearly ESPN+ subscribers can buy the event for $65.
Existing monthly ESPN+ subscribers will be able to either upgrade to an annual plan and purchase UFC PPV for $85 OR purchase the UFC PPV for $65 by itself.
New ESPN+ subscribers can buy a bundle of one UFC PPV event (streaming in HD) and an ESPN+ annual recurring subscription for $85. The ESPN+ annual subscription will auto-renew after one year, at the price of an ESPN+ annual subscription at the time of auto-renewal.