Tonight, starting at 5 p.m. ET, UFC Fight Night 187 is bringing an entire evening of intense MMA action to the Octagon at the UFC Apex arena in Las Vegas. Topping the main card is a welterweight bout between Leon Edwards and Belal Muhammad, and if you’re looking for a way to stream it live, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN+ so you can enjoy it right on your PC, mobile device, smart TV, or gaming console. Keep reading to find out more about ESPN+ and how to watch UFC Fight Night: Edwards vs. Muhammad online tonight.
If you want to watch UFC fights online — be they the weekly Fight Nights or big pay-per-view championship bouts like the upcoming UFC 260: Miocic vs. Ngannou 2 — then there’s no reason you shouldn’t sign up for ESPN+. This premium streaming service launched in 2018 and quickly grew to become the go-to platform for streaming sports, from the Ultimate Fighting Championship to Top Rank Boxing, Premier League Soccer, and much, much more. ESPN+ is also the only venue for watching UFC PPV events, and it’s also the only way you can watch the entire UFC Fight Night: Edwards vs. Muhammad fight card tonight.
For the main event at UFC Fight Night 187, fans will see Leon “Rocky” Edwards — the third-ranked fighter on the UFC welterweight roster — face off against Belal “Remember the Name” Muhammad. Although Muhammad is the clear underdog going into this fight (he sits at 13th in the UFC welterweight rankings), both combatants share identical professional records of 18 wins and only three losses. That changes tonight, however, as only one of these men will walk out of the Octagon victorious. If Edward is the winner, he may soon face either Gilbert Burns or Colby Covington, the other two top-ranked welterweights who sit below current champion Kamaru Usman.
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Main Card (8 PM ET / 5 PM PT)
- Leon Edwards vs. Belal Muhammad
- Misha Cirkunov vs. Ryan Spann
- Dan Ige vs. Gavin Tucker
- Jonathan Martinez vs. Davey Grant
- Matheus Nicolau vs. Manel Kape
- Eryk Anders vs. Darren Stewart
Preliminary Card (5 PM ET / 2 PM PT)
- Angela Hill vs. Ashley Yoder
- Charles Jourdain vs. Marcelo Rojo
- Rani Yahya vs. Ray Rodriguez
- Nasrat Haqparast vs. Rafa García
- Cortney Casey vs. JJ Aldrich
- Jinh Yu Frey vs. Gloria de Paula
- Matthew Semelsberger vs. Jason Witt
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