UFC 255's main card begins at 10 p.m. ET on Saturday, November 21. The preliminary card started at 6:30 p.m. ET, and the second prelim card begins at 8 p.m..
The event is live from UFC APEX in Las Vegas, NV.
And it's time! The UFC 255 live stream is here to deliver a packed night of flyweight fights from Las Vegas. At the top of the card we've got two championship fights, with #3-ranked Jennifer Maia taking on the women's flyweight champ Valentina "Bullet" Shevchenko, and #4-ranked Alex Perez gunning for the men's flyweight champ Deiveson “Daico” Figueiredo.
Interestingly enough, both champs are expected to retain — and both by TKO. Shevchenko is the more dominant champ, as only Amanda Nunes has had a shot at dethroning her, and even then it didn't go that way.
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With only three losses to her record, Shevchenko is definitely a "bullet" that tears through most obstacles. Some worry she might not perform to her highest standards, but instead fight at Maia's level.
Perez's endurance is the main key in that match, as Figueiredo may not have the speed of his younger years, but will definitely put a bruising on the challenger. And endure he may. But ... I wouldn't make that bet.
Here's everything you need to know to watch UFC 255 live streams online:
Where to live stream UFC 255 in the US
You're gonna need ESPN Plus to watch UFC 255 live streams, because you're not gonna go without the main card, which starts at 10 p.m. ET, are you? And the main prelim fights are on both ESPN2 and ESPN+, so those who haven't subscribed to the latter yet can get a taste of it all for themselves, before forking the cash over.
UFC 255 Early Prelim fights start at 6:30 p.m. ET on UFC FightPass, which is $9.99 per month. Then, the higher-up set of prelim fights that start at 8 p.m. ET, on ESPN2 and ESPN+.
How to watch UFC 255 in the U.K.
Sorry UFC fans in the UK, you got a break with UFC 254's start time, but UFC 255 live streams are back to the normal hours. That means the main card starts at 3 a.m. BST. — live on BT Sport Box Office, where it costs £19.95. Prelims are on UFC Fight Pass.
Just a heads up, though, it's not available via a web browser, but through apps on Now TV devices, PlayStations, Xbox, Apple TV and some Smart TVs.
How to watch UFC 255 live streams in Canada
Our neighbors in the great white north will watch the early prelims on UFC Fight Pass, while the prelims are on TSN and RDS. UFC 255's main card is available on various providers, including BELL and Rogers.
UFC 255 fight card
On fight night, we will update this with results.
Early prelims (6:30 p.m. ET) on UFC Fight Pass
- Alan Jouban vs. Jared Gooden (welterweight)
- Kyle Daukaus vs. Dustin Stoltzfus (middleweight)
- Louis Cosce vs. Sasha Palatnikov (welterweight)
Prelims (8 p.m. ET) on ESPN2 and ESPN Plus
- Brandon Moreno vs. Brandon Royval (flyweight)
- Joaquin Buckley vs. Jordan Wright (middleweight)
- Antonina Shevchenko vs. Ariane Lipski (flyweight)
- Daniel Rodriguez vs. Nicolas Dalby (welterweight)
Main Card (10 p.m. ET):
- Deiveson Figueiredo (c) vs. Alex Perez (#4) for the men's flyweight championship
- Valentina Shevchenko (c) vs. Jennifer Maia (#3) for the women's flyweight championship
- Mike Perry vs. Tim Means (welterweight)
- Katlyn Chookagian vs. Cynthia Calvillo (flyweight)
- Maurício Rua vs. Paul Craig (light heavyweight)
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