How to watch UFC: Fight Night Woodley vs. Burns live stream, card and more

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ufc fight night woodley vs burns Start Time

The UFC Fight Night Woodley vs Burns vs. Harris main card is set to start at 9 p.m. Eastern (6 p.m. Pacific | 1 a.m. GMT) tonight. The pre-show began at 6 p.m. Eastern, results are below.

UFC Fight Night Woodley vs. Burns live stream is going good! How (and when) will the main event's welterweight division clash go down? Let's find out.

Fight Night Woodley vs. Burns has a lot of interesting bouts, but its main event is a clash of momentum in the welterweight division. The top-ranked Tyron Woodley's making his return to the octagon in his first fight since dropping the title to Usman at UFC 235. If he wins, he's earned a shot at regaining the strap. In his way, the #6 ranked Gilbert Burns is on a 5-match winning streak, and looking to make his name.

Elsewhere on the card, heavyweight Blagov Ivanov (#12) is taking on Augusto Sakai (#13) and while both are trying to rise in the ranks, the lower ranked Sakai has more momentum. Ivanov got victories in 2 of his last 3 bouts, while Sakai is on a 5-match winning streak, with only 1 pro loss to his name. 

The Women's Strawweight division is represented by Mackenzie Dern trying to regain her winning ways after her first pro loss. Across the cage from her "Shockwave" Hannah Cifers looks to make it 2 in a row.

Your odds of watching UFC Fight Night Woodley vs Burns live streams with your current setup are pretty good, as it's on multiple channels/services. Here's what you need to know about streaming Saturday night's fights

Where to live stream UFC Fight Night Woodley vs. Burns

Both halves of UFC Fight Night Woodley vs. Burns are on both ESPN and ESPN Plus. The former is available on many streaming services, and the latter is ESPN's own streaming service, which it bundles with Disney Plus and Hulu in a cost-cutting package aimed at for cord-cutters. 

Those who haven't cut the cord yet probably have the easiest time watching UFC Fight Night Woodley vs. Burns live, as ESPN is available on most major cable TV replacement services, including Sling TV, YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV

Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN Plus bundle

The Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN Plus bundle gets you all three services for a low $12.99 per month. That includes Disney Plus with 4K Ultra-HD video and 4 simultaneous streams, which costs $15.99 on Netflix.


ESPN Plus is ESPN's dedicated streaming service, offering accesses to thousands of live events and original programming starting at just $4.99 per month.

Sling TV:

Sling TV: ESPN is on Sling Orange, one of the service's three packages, which also includes the Disney Channel, ESPN2 and ESPN3. The service normally costs $30 a month, but new customers can get their first month for $20. 

Hulu's Live TV:

Hulu's Live TV: package costs $55 per month for 60 channels, including ESPN (and all other major networks). You can also record up to 50 hours of programming to Hulu's cloud DVR. 

UFC Fight Night Woodley vs. Burns results and card

Again, UFC Fight Night Woodley vs. Burns sticks to the 11-match format for this series, with 6 on the undercard and 5 in the main card.

Remember those all so terrible words "card is subject to change." At UFC 249, Uriah Hall vs Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza was called off after the latter tested positive for COVID-19.

Prelims (6 pm Eastern):

  • #2 Katlyn Chookagian vs #12 Antonina Shevchenko (flyweights)
  • Daniel Rodriguez beat Gabriel Green (welterweight) via decision
  • Jamahal Hill beat Klidson Abreu (light heavyweight), with a KO/TKO in round 1
  • Brandon Royval beat #11 Tim Elliott (flyweight), via submission in round 2 
  • Casey Kenney beat Louis Smolka (bantamweight) via submission in round 1
  • Chris Gutierrez beat Vince Morales (featherweight) via KO/TKO in round 2

Main Card (9 p.m. Eastern):

  • #1 Tyron Woodley vs #6 Gilbert Burns (welterweight)
  • #12 Blagoy Ivanov vs #13 Augusto Sakai (heavyweight)
  • Billy Quarantillo vs Spike Carlyle 
  • Roosevelt Roberts vs Brok Weaver (lightweight) 
  • Mackenzie Dern vs Hannah Cifers (strawweight)
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