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If you’re looking to pack the upcoming weekend with sports, you can catch UFC Fight Night 144 for free on Saturday, February 2 by signing up for a free trial of ESPN+.
ESPN+ is ESPN’s streaming service. Think Hulu, but for sports. Subscribing gets you access to original ESPN programming, replays, and live streaming from UFC, MLB, NHL, MLS, and lots more. It’s also the new home of UFC Fight Night, so if you want to keep on top of the events as they happen, you need an ESPN+ subscription. ESPN+ works just like any other streaming service, so you can watch on your computer, phone, tablet, smart TV, console, or streaming device.
The UFC Fight Night 144 main event is the Bantamweight rematch between Raphael Assuncao and Marlon Moraes. If you sign up for a 7-day ESPN+ free trial right now, you can watch it, along with the rest of the main card and preliminary fights, for free.
Bottom line: You can subscribe to a free trial of ESPN+ right now and check out the February 2 Fight Night, along with all the other content, for free, if you cancel February 6.
Here are the other fights on the UFC Fight Night 144 February 2 main card. Coverage begins at 8 PM Eastern time and can be streamed online on the ESPN+ service:
- Featherweight: Renato Moicano vs. Jose Aldo
- Welterweight: Demian Maia vs. Lyman Good
- Lightweight: David Teymur vs. Charles Oliveira
- Light Heavyweight: Justin Ledet vs. Johnny Walker
- Women’s Strawweight: Sarah Frota vs. Livinha Souza
If you didn’t catch the Cejudo/Dillashaw title fight on the last UFC Fight Night, you can check out the entire night’s events, including the fight itself, on the service at any time during your free trial. You can also watch analysis and other original UFC content.
Outside of the fights, ESPN+ also has access to every single ESPN 30 for 30 documentary, including the excellent OJ: Made in America miniseries. I highly recommend checking them out, as they are excellent.
ESPN+ is supported by all the major streaming devices, including your PS4 and Xbox One consoles, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV, as well as streaming in browser or on mobile devices.