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

By Sachin Sharma / October 1, 2021

It has been an interesting few weeks in the UFC with so many exciting events week in and week out. And the action is showing no signs of slowing down as another jaw-dropping event awaits us this weekend - the latest edition of the UFC Fight Night is right around the corner. So make sure to get your reminders and alarms set because UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Walker is not an event you can miss.

UFC 266 was an extraordinary event, and we understand if you are still recovering from the explosive action and all the high octane bouts that took place last weekend. But there are several more exciting matches in store this weekend as Las Vegas plays host to the latest UFC Fight Night. The action will be headlined by Brazilian light heavyweights Thiago Santos and Johnny Walker. Both fighters have the knack for producing the spectacular, so be sure to tune in to watch them and several other high-level contenders.

In addition to Santos vs. Walker, several other fights could steal the show. We will preview them in more detail later on, but before that, we will give you all the information you need on where and how to watch UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Walker live online from anywhere in the world without cable.

When and Where to Watch UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Walker

The event of the night between Thiago Santos and Johnny Walker will get underway at approximately 9 PM ET. As always, Las Vegas will play host to the UFC Fight Night.

How to Watch UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Walker in the US?

If you are an MMA and UFC fan living in the United States, watching this weekend's UFC Fight Night will be very easy for you. All you need is to get an active subscription to ESPN+, and you will be all set to watch the event on your favorite devices. All matches from this weekend's Fight Night and all other Fight Nights in the future will be shown live on ESPN+, including the main event between Thiago Santos and Johnny Walker, due to an exciting new partnership between UFC and ESPN that was announced earlier this year.

Since UFC Fight Nights are not pay-per-view events, you are not required to pay any extra fees to watch them live. All you need is to get a subscription to ESPN+ for $5.99/month or $59.99/year. Getting an annual subscription has excellent benefits - not only do you save some money, but you also get to watch UFC pay-per-view events at a slightly discounted rate. So we suggest you become a subscriber if you are an MMA fan, as you will get to watch your favorite UFC events all year long.

And if you are a sports fan who loves a one-stop-shop for all sporting events, ESPN+ is a must-have for you. It has broadcast rights for several live sporting events, including the German Bundesliga, NHL, boxing fights, and several tennis and golf tournaments. And in addition to that, it also has some amazing original content that you will not want to miss. For more information on the streaming service, be sure to read our review of ESPN+ here.

Where to Watch UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Walker in Other Countries?

If you are traveling or do not live in the United States, you will find that ESPN+ is geo-blocked. But worry not, because we have you covered. Below we have all the information on the different TV channels and streaming services that will broadcast UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Walker in select countries.

UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Walker Fight Card

Get ready for more edge-of-the-seat action this weekend as the latest edition of UFC Fight Night promises to be another cracking event. These ruthless fighters will do anything in their power to climb up in the rankings. And as we have often seen in the past, these Fight Night events are a great way for talented fighters to make a name for themselves and carve out more significant opportunities.

Main eventing this weekend's UFC Fight Night card will be Thiago Santos and Johnny Walker. The two Brazilian light heavyweights will have no love lost going into this weekend's fight. Walker is 4-2 in the UFC but hasn't fought in quite a while. He will be hoping that there is no rust going into the clash. But a win for Walker on Saturday would see him establish himself as a legitimate title threat going into the next year.

Thiago Santos has had a tough couple of years and goes into this weekend's fight on the back of three straight losses. He will certainly be desperate for victory against his countryman, and it will be interesting to see who comes out on top.

The co-main event will see two middleweights who are aiming to get their form back as Kevin Holland and Kyle Daukaus square off. Both fighters are very talented and have great potential, both will also be eyeing a win as they go into the contest on the back of consecutive losses. It remains to be seen who will come out on top in this one, as this is one fight that looks too close to call at the moment.

One fight that could end up stealing the show this weekend is the clash between Alex Oliveira and Niko Price, the two welterweights who live for chaos and hard-hitting action. The two exciting fighters are currently outside the Top 15 in the welterweight division. But the winner will get a lot of momentum heading into the new year.

Former light heavyweight Misha Cirkunov makes his first appearance in the middleweight category in what will no doubt be an intriguing fit. He will face Krzysztof Jotko, who is an American Top Team representative (the famous group of MMA fighters led by Dan Lambert). Jotko's experience makes him the favorite for this one. But Cirkunov certainly has what it takes to stun the world and make a splash on his middleweight debut.

The only women's fight of the main card will see Aspen Ladd and Macy Chiasson battle it out. The two bantamweights hope for the title, and fireworks will no doubt be expected when they face off on Saturday. Both are ranked in the top ten of the division, and whoever comes out on top will inch closer to an opportunity to win the title.

The opening fight of the main card should be another good one. Lightweights Alexander Hernandez and Mike Breeden will face off in another eagerly awaited contest. Hernandez is the favorite as he has three more years of experience under his belt, while Breeden will enter the Octagon for the first time on Saturday. But Breeden can look at his opponent for inspiration as he looks to cause an upset, just like Hernandez did on his debut.

Several other exciting fights are also scheduled to occur in the Prelims, so be sure not to miss them either. Below we have the full card for UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Walker.

Main Card
Category Fighters
Light Heavyweight Thiago Santos vs. Johnny Walker
Middleweight Kevin Holland vs. Kyle Daukaus
Welterweight Alex Oliveira vs. Niko Price
Middleweight Misha Cirkunov vs. Krzysztof Jotko
Women's Bantamweight Aspen Ladd vs. Macy Chiasson
Lightweight Alexander Hernandez vs. Mike Breeden
Category Fighters
Lightweight Tafon Nchukwi vs. Mike Rodriguez
Women's Flyweight Antonina Shevchenko vs. Casey O'Neill
Women's Bantamweight Bethe Correia vs. Karol Rosa
Lightweight Jamie Mullarkey vs. Devonte Smith
Men's Featherweight Douglas Silva de Andrade vs. Gaetano Pirrello
Women's Bantamweight Shanna Young vs. Stephanie Egger
Men's Bantamweight Alejandro Perez vs. Johnny Eduardo

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