How to Watch UFC 260: Miocic vs. Ngannou Live Stream – Start Time, Fight Card, Betting Odds

By Gabriela Vatu / March 26, 2021

This upcoming weekend we have a title bout in the UFC fighting ring as UFC 260 is scheduled to happen, with the headlining bout going down between two-time champion Stipe Miocic and Francic Ngannou.

UFC 260 isn't the first time the two heavyweights are facing each other, as they also met at UFC 220, back in January 2018, in what seems like a lifetime ago. Then, Miocic won via unanimous decision, managing to defend his title for the third time in a row, setting a record. 

Now, as the rematch is drawing closer, he hopes to manage the same feat, while Ngannou hopes to knock him down a peg. 

When and Where to Watch UFC 260: Miocic vs. Ngannou?

The main event is pay per view, but the prelims and early prelims are not. Either way, you can watch all of the UFC 260 events over ESPN+, while the prelims are also going to be available to watch over regular ESPN. UFC 260 will take place on March 27th, with the early prelims kicking off at 7:30 in the evening and extending out towards midnight. 

How to Watch UFC 260: Miocic vs. Ngannou?

Watching UFC 260 online isn't going to be too difficult, especially as ESPN+ is the platform that has streaming rights for the event. In order to watch UFC 260, you'll need to have an ESPN+ subscription. 

First of all, new subscribers can get UFC 260 and ESPN+ for a whole year for $89.99, which is a great deal considering that a year of ESPN+ costs $59.99. 

Here's how you can get UFC 260 as a new ESPN+ subscriber:

If you're an existing ESPN+ subscriber, you can also get UFC 260 for $69.99 per month. Here's how you can do this:

As we already mentioned, the prelims are also going to be streamed over by ESPN. So, if you want to watch the prelims online, you can do this over one of the live TV services that feature the channel. While our recommendation is fuboTV, given a large number of dedicated sports channels, you can also go for HuluYouTube TV, or Sling TV (the Orange and Orange + Blue bundles feature ESPN). 

What Are the Odds for UFC 260: Miocic vs. Ngannou?

For the upcoming title bout, sportsbook agencies name Ngannou as the favorite. Bovada sportsbook, for instance, lists Ngannou with -130 and Miocic with +110 odds. Basically, if you bet $130 on Ngannou and he wins, you also win $100. On the other hand, if you bet $100 on Miocic and he wins, you'll win $110. 

While Ngannou may be the favorite for this bout, the odds differences between the two fighters aren't that big, indicating that the matchup could go both ways. 

More About the Fighters

Stipe Miocic Bio & Record

Francis Ngannou Bio & Record

UFC 260 Fight Card

Main Card
Category Fighters
Heavyweight Title Bout Stipe Miocic Francis Ngannou
Welterweight Tyron Woodley Vicente Luque
Bantamweight Sean O'Malley Thomas Almeida
Women's Flyweight Gillian Robertson Miranda Maverick
Lightweight Jamie Mullarkey Khama Worthy
Category Fighters
Light Heavyweight Alonzo Menifield Fabio Cherant
Welterweight Jared Gooden Abubakar Nurmagomedov
Light Heavyweight Modestas Bukauskas Michal Olksiejczuk
Featherweight Shane Young Omar Morales
Early Prelims
Category Fighters
Middleweight Marc-Andre Barriault Abu Azaitar

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