UFC 257: Poirier vs. McGregor 2, the first big MMA pay-per-view of 2021, is coming on Saturday. You’ll need ESPN+ in order to stream it (and all other UFC PPV fights) live, so if you haven’t signed up yet — and especially if you are looking to expand your streaming lineup — then arguably the most economical way to do it is to. Read on to find out more about this streaming package, what it includes, and how you can save.
Whether you’re already initiated into the streaming world and want to expand your app lineup or you’re simply looking for an affordable streaming package, The Disney Bundle offers a ton of value for the money. It includes Disney+, ESPN+, and ad-supported Hulu, all for just $13 per month — a 25% savings off the price of purchasing the subscriptions separately — and gives you a great streaming spread of sports content, TV shows, and movies.
The Disney Bundle includes ESPN+, a premium streaming service that launched in 2018. Sports have been slower to hit the streaming scene due to tight regional broadcasting restrictions, but this nut has finally been cracked in recent years and ESPN+ now offers a cornucopia of live and on-demand content including live games, fights, interviews, analysis, documentaries, and more. It’s also the best way to watch UFC fights online and is the only platform for streaming live pay-per-view events including UFC 257: Poirier vs. McGregor 2 (although you’ll still have to purchase PPV events separately).
UFC 257 is a big one for fans who are eager to see the return of Conor “The Notorious” McGregor in a high-stakes rematch against Dustin Poirier. The two fought at UFC 178 more than six years ago, with McGregor taking the win via TKO. He returned to the Octagon around the same time last year following a 15-month hiatus, where he handily defeated Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone at UFC 246. He later announced his retirement on social media in June but is once again returning to the ring — no doubt in hopes of a future shot at the UFC Lightweight Championship.
Disney+ is a newcomer to the streaming world but quickly gained popularity as the go-to app for all things Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars. It features on-demand access to the full library of Disney properties as well as exclusive releases like WandaVision, Pixar’s Soul, and new seasons of The Mandalorian. It’s also home to some other content including the entire catalog of The Simpsons episodes and National Geographic productions, with new content being added regularly.
Finally, The Disney Bundle features Hulu (ad-supported), which is the perfect way to scratch your itch for films and TV shows, including exclusive Hulu productions, that you won’t find on Disney+. If you , you can enjoy these three streaming apps for just $13 per month. That saves you 25% off the price of each separate subscription (if you already have one or more of these services, you can still upgrade to the bundle and take advantage of the discount). Then, you’re ready to purchase the UFC 257 PPV to see Poirier go up against McGregor this Saturday.
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