How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Jung vs. Ige Online – Live Stream, Fight Card, Start Time

By Sachin Sharma / June 17, 2021

Just one week after the electrifying UFC 263 pay-per-view, UFC Fight Night makes its return with an exciting card that includes some highly-awaited bouts. Fans could be in for an absolute treat this weekend, with UFC Fight Night taking center stage. The event will be headlined by a cracking battle between two talented featherweights Chan Sung Jung and Dan Ige. The card also features several other great fighters looking to make their marks, climb up the ranks, and stake their claim to the various titles.

With the latest UFC Fight Night right around the corner, we have all the information you need on how to watch the event live from anywhere in the world without cable.

When and Where to Watch UFC Fight Night?

How to Watch UFC Fight Night in the US Without Cable?

If you live in the United States and would like to watch this weekend's mouth-watering UFC Fight Night card, worry not because we have every bit of information you need for the event. Just like other UFC events in recent months, you can live stream this weekend's Fight Night in the United States on ESPN+ as part of the ongoing partnership between the two big sporting brands. All bouts of the prelims and main card will be streamed live on ESPN+ without any restrictions.

Since UFC Fight Night is not a pay-per-view event, all you need to watch it is a subscription to the ESPN+ streaming service. Getting an ESPN+ is easy, and it will only cost you a monthly fee of $5.99 or an annual fee of $59.99.

An ESPN+ subscription is a must-have for every sports fan in the United States. Having an ESPN+ subscription not only allows you to watch all the UFC Fight Night events but also several other live sporting events, on-demand sports shows, documentaries, podcasts, original programs, and other exclusive ESPN content.

In addition to the UFC, ESPN+ also has the live streaming rights for several other exciting sporting events, including soccer leagues like the German Bundesliga and the Italian Serie A, the NHL, boxing bouts, and a number of other support. For more details on the streaming service, check out our review of ESPN+ here.

Where to Watch UFC Fight Night in Other Countries?

With the MMA and UFC gaining worldwide popularity in recent years, it gets broadcast in almost every corner of the globe. So no matter where you are, you can watch UFC Fight Night with ease. Here we have all the information you need if you want to watch this weekend's UFC Fight Night from other countries:

UFC Fight Card

This weekend's edition of the UFC Fight Night has a very exciting card with several interesting names in action. The main event of Saturday's Fight Night will see two top-ten featherweights take to the Octagon as they look to make a renewed title push. Fourth-ranked Chan Sung Jung will go up against the eighth-ranked Dan Ige in an eagerly awaited contest.

Jung, known as the Korean Zombie, returns to the Octagon for the first time since his defeat to Brian Ortega in October. He is in desperate need of a win since he heads towards the twilight of his career. The all-action Dan Ige is another fighter looking to get to the next level. He is coming off an incredible 22-second knockout of Gavin Tucker in March. But despite that, he is listed as a slight underdog going into the contest.

We are also in store for an exciting battle of the heavyweights, as Aleksei Oleinik and Sergey Spivak will clash this weekend. Oleinik will be looking for win number 60 of his professional career, while Spivak will aim for the biggest win of his career. There is a gap of 17 years in age between the two fighters, and the excitement is very high going into this contest to see who comes out on top.

Another exciting match-up sees bantamweights Marlon Vera and Davey Grant face off in what will be an exciting rematch. Grant won the first encounter between the two back in February 2016. And Vera will no doubt be looking for revenge this weekend.

Brazilian middleweight compatriots Wellington Turman and Bruno Silva will also go up against each other on Saturday. At the same time, welterweights Matt Brown and Dhiego Lima will kick things off in the main card.

As you can see, the UFC Fight Night card for this weekend features some mouth-watering match-ups between some of the talented fighters around. And this event should no doubt be a must-watch for all UFC and MMA fans. With so much on the line and so many big storylines set to play out, we could be in for a fascinating evening in Las Vegas.

A total of 11 matches are scheduled to take place over the course of the night, including the preliminaries and the main card. The prelims will feature five bouts, while the main card will have six fights. Below is the full card for this weekend's UFC Fight Night.

Main Card
Category Fighters
Featherweight Chan Sung Jung vs. Dan Ige
Heavyweight Aleksei Oleinik vs. Sergey Spivak
Welterweight Tim Means vs. Danny Roberts
Bantamweight Marlon Vera vs. Davey Grant
Middleweight Wellington Turman vs. Bruno Silva 
Welterweight Matt Brown vs. Dhiego Lima
Category Fighters
Women's Strawweight Virna Jandiroba vs. Kanako Murata
Featherweight Julian Erosa vs. Seung Woo Choi
Heavyweight Josh Parisian vs. Roque Martinez
Lightweight Joaquim Silva vs. Rick Glenn
Women's flyweight Casey O'Neill vs. Lara Procópio

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