ufc 264 ppv

Where can I watch tonight’s UFC?

ESPN+ is the home for UFC Pay-Per-Views and live events. Stream the best fights in mma on your Roku, Fire Tv, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Android devices, Xbox One, and various smart tv platforms. No matter where you are, ESPN+ is your source for the best UFC has to offer.

How much is the UFC PPV tonight?

After handing over $60 for an annual ESPN+ subscription, the UFC 264 PPV would usually set you back $70. However, ESPN+ is offering the two for only $90. UFC 264 is a pay-per-view event, and all of the MMA league’s PPV shows air exclusively on ESPN+.Jul 10, 2021

How much will Conor McGregor make from UFC 264?

However, The Sports Daily reported McGregor made $5,011,000 from the bout — $5 million to show up and $11,000 as fight week incentive pay. Poirier, the winner by technical knockout, made $1,021,000 — $1 million to show up and $21,000 fight week incentive pay, says The Sports Daily.Jul 12, 2021

How much did UFC 264 fighters get paid?

Dana White gives UFC 264 pay-per-view buyrate estimate That would equate to an approximate revenue range of $118,983,000 and $125,982,000 at the event’s standard price tag of $69.99. White said the event was over 1.2 million buys by 8 p.m., or one hour after the pay-per-view began.Jul 11, 2021

How much is the pay-per-view for UFC 264?

The main card for UFC 264 is available in the U.S. on the ESPN+ subscription service for $69.99 or $89.98. That portion of the event begins about 10 p.m. ET. Earlier fights on the undercard are viewable live on ESPN and ESPN+. Current yearly subscribers can get UFC for $69.99.Jul 10, 2021