We're going to have a blast watching Deveison Figueiredo go against Brandon Moreno in UFC 256. This impressive row that we're going to witness soon will see Figueiredo fight for the second time in as many months, after managing to defeat Alex Perez in UFC 255.
Moreno also fought in UFC 255 during the prelims, where he faced Brandon Royval. UFC 256 was supposed to feature Kamaru Usman vs. Gilbert Burns, but Usman decided to pull from the bout due to injuries.
Please keep in mind that UFC 256: Figueiredo vs. Moreno is a PPV event.
When and Where to Watch UFC 256: Figueiredo vs. Moreno?
- Date – December 12th, 2020
- Main Card – 10 PM ET, PPV via ESPN+
- Prelims – 8 PM ET, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN Deportes
- Early Prelims – 6 PM ET, UFC Fight Pass, ESPN, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes
- Location – UFC APEX, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
The early prelims kick off at 6 PM, followed by the prelims at 8 PM, and the main card at 10 PM. The main bout of the event is likely to take place sometime around midnight.
How to Watch UFC 256: Figueiredo vs. Moreno in the US?
Watching UFC 256 in the United States is going to be pretty easy to do. However, it will require that you purchase the PPV event as you'd do with any other similar fight.
In order to buy UFC 256, you need to have a subscription with ESPN+. If you're already subscribed to ESPN+, you can pay $64.99 for the event, which you can do from your account page.
For those who are yet to discover ESPN+, you can get a great deal by paying $84.98 for a year-long ESPN+ plan and the PPV event. Considering that the ESPN+ annual subscription is $49.99, you're getting UFC 256 for cheap.
It's also possible to get ESPN+ via the bundle that includes Disney+ and Hulu for $12.99 per month, but it doesn't include UFC 256, so you'd have to pay $64.99 for it.
Your ESPN+ subscription will get you access to original content on the platform, exclusive events, articles, and more. Access to all this content is done via the regular ESPN app, which you can find on Android, iOS, smart TVs, game consoles, Roku, Chromecast, and more.
How to Watch the UFC 256 Prelims and Early Prelims on ESPN Channels?
While the Main Card is exclusively streamed by ESPN+, the Prelims and Early Prelims can also be enjoyed on regular ESPN channels. That being said, it's also possible to watch these networks online too, especially with live TV services.
fuboTV is a great platform that can help you watch the channels online, featuring them all in the main bundle. This main bundle is part of several plans, so you may want to check those as well since they offer discounts for extra channel packs and premium networks. Hulu with Live TV is also a good option, and it features ESPN networks in the main bundle. On Sling TV, you'll find that ESPN in the Orange and Orange + Bundles. You can customize either of these subscriptions with extra packs and premium networks or extra features.
How to Watch UFC 256: Figueiredo vs. Moreno in the United Kingdom?
- Main Card – 3 AM GMT (Sunday), BT Sport
- Prelims – 1 AM GMT (Sunday), BT Sport 1, UFC Fight Pass
- Early Prelims - 11 PM GMT (Saturday), UFC Fight Pass
This is not a Pay-Per-View event in the UK, and you can enjoy both the prelims and the main card on BT Sports, although the early prelims are only available via Fight Pass.
How to Watch UFC 256: Figueiredo vs. Moreno on Android?
UFC fans with an Android device, whether we're talking about smartphones or tablets, can get the ESPN app from the Play Store if they haven't already. Once installed, you need to log in with your ESPN+ account. Haven't got it yet? Buy ESPN+ Now.
Launch the app when UFC 256 starts and start watching! You can also purchase the event from the app if you haven't.
How to Watch UFC 256: Figueiredo vs. Moreno on iOS?
Watching the fight between Figueiredo and Moreno on an iOS device - tablets or smartphones – is as easy as installing the ESPN app in the App Store. Once there, you need to connect to your ESPN+ account (Buy now if you haven't already) to gain access to all the special content.
You can purchase the PPV from your laptop, but you can also do this from the app. You then need to tune in at the right time and enjoy watching Figueiredo face Moreno.
How to Watch UFC 256: Figueiredo vs. Moreno on Roku?
Those who own a Roku can enjoy the next UFC PPV event easily, as they'll simply require to have the ESPN app. Once you install the ESPN app on your Roku TV, log in with ESPN+ and start watching the fight between Figueiredo and Moreno.
You can also purchase the event from the app if you so desire. Check out this guide for detailed info.
How to Watch UFC 256: Figueiredo vs. Moreno on Fire TV Stick?
Watching the next UFC event on a Fire TV or Fire Stick is just as easy as you simply need to get the ESPN app. Once installed, you have to launch the app and log into your ESPN+ account. If you activate the account, you can go ahead and tune in at the right time to watch the PPV event. It's also possible to purchase UFC 256 from the app. Read more.
What Are the Betting Odds for Figueiredo vs. Moreno?
The odds for the Figueiredo vs. Moreno bout are clearly indicating Deveison Figueiredo will be the likely winner. FanDuel gives Figueiredo -355 odds, while Moreno has +270 odds.
Basically, you need to bet $355 on Figueiredo to make $100, but you can bet $100 and win $270 if Moreno wins.
What Are the Predictions for Figueiredo vs. Moreno?
When it comes to what experts have to think, it seems they're both starting this fight on a somewhat equal footing from a physical point of view. Even though they both competed in November, their fights were not necessarily taxing on their bodies and ended quickly.
However, experts believe Figueiredo will win this bout and will continue to dominate his division. On the other hand, we're likely to see a more exciting fight than we did in November, as Moreno is quite a prolific grappler.
Figueiredo vs. Moreno - Lightweight Title
Deveison Figueiredo Bio & Record
- Name – Deiveson Figueiredo
- Nickname – Deus Da Guerra
- Nationality – Brazilian
- Born – December 18, 1987
- Height – 5'5"
- Weight – 125 LB
- Reach – 68 inches
- Leg Rech – 38 inches
- Total Fights – 21
- Record – 20-1-0
Brandon Moreno Bio & Record
- Name – Brandon Moreno
- Nickname – The Assassin Baby
- Nationality – Mexican
- Born – December 7th, 1993
- Height – 5'7"
- Weight – 125 LB
- Reach – 70 inches
- Leg Rech – 38 inches
- Total Fights – 24
- Record – 18-5-1
|Flyweight Title Bout||Deiveson Figueiredo||Brandon Moreno|
|Lightweight||Tony Ferguson||Charles Oliveira|
|Lightweight||Renato Moicano||Rafael Fiziev|
|Middleweight||Kevin Holland||Ronaldo Souza|
|Heavyweight||Junior Dos Santos||Ciryl Gane|
|Women's Flyweight||Andrea Lee||Gillian Robertson|
|Featherweight||Cub Swanson||Daniel Pineda|
|Women's Strawweight||Mackenzie Dern||Virna Jandiroba|
|Featherweight||Gavin Tucker||Billy Quarantillo|
|Women's Strawweight||Tecia Torres||Angela Hill|
|Heavyweight||Serghei Spivac||Jared Vanderaa|
|Welterweight||Li Jingliang||Dwight Grant|
|Featherweight||Chase Hooper||Peter Barrett|