Update: With UFC 200 now over, UFC 201 is right around the corner! Check out our UFC 201 streaming guide.
UFC 200 will take place on July 9th in Las Vegas and it is one of the more anticipated events in the last few years. The lineup of fights for the night is one of the best in recent memory and not just for the star power for one or two fights, but the consistency across the board on the main card. The event features huge names like Daniel Cormier, Jon Jones, Brock Lesnar, and Miesha Tate on the women’s side and it will certainly be a can’t-be-missed night. It’s now possible to watch the UFC 200 live stream online, and we’ll show you how!
Whether you want to watch UFC 200 online for a specific fight or for the entire card, you can easily watch in multiple ways — all the way from the prelims to the main PPV card. All of the options below do not require a cable subscription either, so you can easily watch without forking over the money for a cable package. Read on to learn more!
Watch a UFC 200 Live Stream for the Early Prelims on UFC Fight Pass
The UFC’s official streaming service, UFC Fight Pass, will be an option to get a UFC 200 live stream during the early prelims of UFC 200. Every single UFC Fight Night can be watched live streaming on the service. And, they are all available on-demand following the event as well regardless of what channel is airing the event. The service even broadcasts Fight Night events that are exclusive and cannot be watched anywhere else.
UFC Fight Pass does not give you live PPVs (so you won’t be able to watch the Cormier vs Jones live stream via Fight Pass without also buying the PPV), but you can watch the live prelims for every single event on UFC Fight Pass. You can tune in at 7:00 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass for the live prelims of the UFC 200 stream. There are a couple different subscription options for the service including monthly at $9.99 per month, $8.99 per month for 6 months, or the best value deal of $7.99 per month for 12 months.
You can get access to UFC Fight Pass free for a week with a 7-day free trial!
Stream UFC 200 Prelims with Sling TV
Sling TV will be a good option to watch the UFC 200 live stream during the prelims. Sling TV is a subscription service that lets you live stream more than 40 popular cable channels for only $25 per month. FOX Sports 1 is included in the Sling Blue package as well as FX, Fox Sports regional networks, TBS, TNT, AMC, and even FOX’s main channel in certain locations. FOX Sports 1 actually airs a bunch of UFC Fight Nights throughout the year, so it’s a great channel to have access to if you are a UFC fan.
During the prelims, you can enjoy UFC 200 streaming Sling TV either on your computer, phone, tablet, or TV with Roku, Chromecast, or Apple TV. You can actually watch UFC 200 online free with Sling TV’s 7-day free trial. It’s also a great way to test out Sling TV to find out if it’s a good service for you as an alternative to paying for the expensive cable subscription.
If you want to watch more UFC fights, you can sign up to Sling TV for three months. This will qualify you for a couple offers from Roku and Apple TV. These deals vary, but are normally offering free or discounted players that let you watch Sling TV right on the big screen. Check out the ongoing Apple TV and free Roku offers at the Sling TV site.
Learn more in our Sling TV review.
Watch UFC 200 Online During Prelims with PlayStation Vue
One more option to watch UFC 200 online is PlayStation Vue. It a subscription service similar to Sling TV that costs $29.99 per month and includes FOX Sports 1 as well as over 50 additional cable channels in its starting package. The channels offered included ESPN, ESPN2, FX, FS1, FS2, TBS, TNT, and many more.
There are slightly limited streaming options on PlayStation Vue, but you can still watch UFC 200 Prelims live stream with iPads, iPhones, PlayStation Consoles, Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV. If you try to stream on the iOS devices outside your house there will likely be some limitations, but it’s still a solid option to watch the fights live from your house. Find out more in our review.
Watch the Cormier vs Jones Live Stream on Pay-Per View
For the main ticket title fights, including Cormier vs Jones and the Lesnar vs Hunt live stream, you’ll have to purchase the pay per view to watch. There’s no way around it currently. However, the good news is that you don’t need cable to buy the PPV.
Formerly, the only way to get a pay-per view event was the have cable and pay for the fight through your providers. Now, you can actually get a UFC 200 live stream online through pay-per view. The event will cost $59.99 for an HD broadcast. There is also a current deal that lets you watch the event and get 6 months of UFC Fight Pass for $86.96. This is just one more option to watch Lesnar vs Hunt live stream and the entire event on nearly any device.
The UFC is marketing UFC 200 as having the “biggest, baddest card ever“, and with names like Daniel Cormier, Jon Jones and even legendary Brock Lesnar making an appearance, we’d have to agree. Don’t miss it!
If you want to find out how to watch MMA events year round, check out our full MMA guide for cable cutters.