How To Watch UFC 272: Stream Covington vs. Masvidal

UFC 272: Covington vs. Masvidal
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On March 5, the UFC will return to watch the bitter rivalry between Colby Covington and Jorge Masvidal unfold. UFC 272 will take place at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada at 10 PM E.T.

Looking for information on UFC 272, including ways to watch, the full fight card, and who’s favored to win? We’ve got all of the information you need to watch right here.

Keep scrolling to get all the details on to watch online and more. Not interested in purchasing PPV? You can check for live results and highlights on the official UFC website 

You can also check out our full guide to watching UFC fights to make sure you’re ready for all of the upcoming fights.

 How To Watch UFC 272: Covington vs. Masvidal

The latest UFC event, UFC 272 featuring Covington and Masvidal will cost you $74.99 in addition to an ESPN+ subscription. The match is set to take place on March 5, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. PT at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV. 

 

There are a few different options for watching the fight online:

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Can You Watch UFC 272 for Free?

There’s currently no option for watching the Covington vs. Masvida for free. ESPN+ currently doesn’t have a free trial available, and since UFC 272 is only available via PPV, there aren’t any options for watching the event for free.

  

Can You Watch the Covington vs. Masvidal Fight on TV?

As explained we explained above, you’ll have to pay for both an ESPN+ subscription and the UFC 272 PPV to watch online. This gives you the option to stream the fight on a Smart TV or via a streaming device like Roku or the Fire TV Stick.

    

What’s Included in UFC 272 PPV: The Full Fight Card

UFC 272 will take place at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada with a fight card that includes:

  • Colby Covington vs. Jorge Masvidal
  • Rafael Dos Anjos vs. Rafael Fiziev
  • Edson Barboza vs. Bryce Mitchell
  • Kevin Holland vs. Alex Oliveira
  • Sergey Spivak vs. Greg Hardy
  • Marina Rodriguez vs. Yan Xiaonan
  • Maryna Moroz vs. Mariya Agapova
  • Jalin Turner vs. Jamie Mullarkey
  • Nicolae Negumereanu vs. Ihor Potieria
  • Tim Elliott vs. Tagir Ulanbekov
  • Jessica Eye vs. Manon Firot
  • Devonte Smith vs. Erick Gonzalez
  • Michal Oleksiejczuk vs. Dustin Jacoby

Rafael Dos Anjos and Rafael Fiziev will appear in a bout that was moved from the UFC Fight Night main event on February 19 into the co-headline spot for the upcoming UFC 272 event.

  

Who Is Favored To Win UFC 272: Covington vs. Masvidal?

The headlining Covington vs. Masvidal fight is one of UFC’s most acrimonious rivalries. Once teammates, Covington and Masvidal’s soured relationship has become a rousing point for fans waiting to see them finally square off in the octagon, with Convington favored to win, according to the odds listed on the UFC website. Online sports betting apps and the UFC currently have Covington at -365 and Masvidal at +280 as the underdog.

   

A Guide to ESPN+ Membership Plans

As mentioned above, UFC 272 is only available via ESPN+ membership along with the purchase of PPV. If you’re only looking to view this specific event, we recommend signing up for the 1-month ESPN+ membership for $6.99 and canceling after. You can also sign up for an annual membership for $69.99.

The Disney Bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ starts at just $13.99/month (for ad-supported Hulu) or$19.99/month (ad-free Hulu). That said, the UFC livestream will still run you $74.99, making the total price $88.98 or $94.98 respectively. A full-year subscription to the Disney bundle is the cheapest option overall at $79.99/year.

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