This year has been an exciting one for fight fans so far, with two exciting pay-per-view events – both featuring UFC legends – taking place in as many months. Now, we’re looking forward to yet another such show: UFC 248: Adesanya vs. Romero will see two champions defending their title belts, and as with all UFC pay-per-view events, this one will air exclusively via ESPN+. If you don’t have it already, then now’s the time toand in the meantime, you can re-watch a couple of Israel Adesanya’s best fights in the run-up to to this Saturday’s event.
ESPN+ is a premium app- and browser-based streaming service that’s a must-have for MMA fans and sports-loving cord-cutters. ESPN has built a partnership with the Ultimate Fighting Championship over the past few years, and ESPN+ remains the only way that you can stream UFC pay-per-view events like UFC 248: Adesanya vs. Romero. Along with live UFC fights, ESPN+ also gives you access to a cornucopia of other sports content like Top Rank Boxing, Major League Soccer, and much, much more.
The UFC 248 main card features two championship matchups, with the headliner being a middleweight title contest between reigning champion Israel Adesanya and challenger Yoel Romero. Hailing from Nigeria and currently fighting out of New Zealand, Adesanya is a UFC all-star and one of the few fighters who boasts an undefeated record with 18 wins and no losses.
As one of the few truly undefeated champs, Israel Adesanya is a major UFC pay-per-view draw. You’ll need ESPN+ to watch UFC 248 live in any event, but your subscription also gives you access to a couple of Adesanya’s recent fights — which also happen to be a couple of the biggest highlights of his career so far. These includeas well as
UFC 248: Adesanya vs. Romero is a pay-per-view event, which means you’ll need an ESPN+ subscription if you want to stream it online this Saturday. The main card airs at 10 p.m. ET, the preliminary card fights start at 8 p.m. Now’s a great time to sign up for ESPN+ if you don’t have it, as this bundle offer lets youfor $85, saving you $30.
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