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How to Watch UFC 237: Namajunas vs. Andrade Live Online

By Gabriela Vatu / May 11, 2019

UFC events are always exciting, but the upcoming MMA fight between Namajunas and Andrade is making quite the waves online. So, if you want to watch UFC 237: Namajunas vs. Andrade, we can help show you in the right direction.

While the main card for the night is between Rose Namajunas and Jessica Andrade, there are quite a few other matches to watch too. Here's the fight card for the night.

UFC 237: Main Card
Rose Namajunas (c) vs.Jessica Andrade Strawweight
Jared Cannonier vs. Anderson Silva Middleweight
Jose Aldo vs. Alexander Volkanovski Men's featherweight
Thiago Alves vs. Laureano Staropoli Welterweight
Irene Aldana vs. Bethe Correia 141-pound catchweight*

If you want to watch UFC 237: Namajunas vs Andrade live online, you're going to have to head over to ESPN+ since it's a pay-per-view event. The event starts at 10 PM ET. But, let's dive right into things and learn more about it.

How to Watch UFC 237: Namajunas vs Andrade Online?

It has become so easy to watch TV online nowadays, and that's particularly the case for UFC 237 too. As the fight is set to be broadcast over on ESPN+, you'll find that the service is super easy to use and you can enjoy it from any corner of the country since you only need a compatible device and an Internet connection to watch.

ESPN+ is a great platform that managed to rise very fast after launch, bringing in lots of users. The subscription costs $5 per month or $50 per year, and it provides access to ESPN content, plus loads of exclusive events and more.

If you already have an ESPN+ subscription, you can purchase UFC 237 through the ESPN app for $59.99. If you're a new subscriber, you can purchase UFC 237 via a special ESPN page. You'll get to pay $79.99 per year, instead of $109.99, but your waiver the 7-day free trial.

Those who purchase viewing rights for UFC 237 will receive all bouts on the Main Event fight card in high definition in both English and Spanish. The preliminary bouts will air nationally on ESPN and ESPN Deportes, with the main card being exclusive to ESPN+.

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