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Watch UFC 189: Mendes vs. McGregor live stream online, fight time, TV schedule

UFC 189: Mendes vs. McGregor takes place tonight from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The festivities begin with two fights on UFC Fight Pass at 7:00 p.m. ET, and continue with another four on Fox Sports 1 at 8:00 p.m. ET before the PPV at 10p.m. ET. Find out all your options for how to watch the action right here.

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On Saturday night, the UFC will return to the MGM Grand Garden Arena with an intriguing night of fights spearheaded by a pair of championship fights. The main event features an interim featherweight title fight between Chad Mendes and Conor McGregor. The card was initially supposed to feature a headlining attraction that included champ Jose Aldo, yet a rib injury forced the Brazilian onto the sidelines.

The co-main event will showcase a welterweight title fight between champ Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald. The two met once before in a close fight that Lawler won by decision. Now they will meet once again with the Canadian being the favourite to usurp the title.

The event also features a featherweight bout between Dennis Bermudez and Jeremy Stephens, as well Gunnar Nelson vs. Brandon Thatch and Thomas Almeida vs. Brad Pickett.

The four-fight preliminary card on Fox Sports 1 begins at 8:00 p.m. ET. The Fox Sports 1 preliminary card consists of: Matt Brown vs. Tim Means, John Howard vs. Cathal Pendred, Alex Garcia vs. Mike Swick and Henry Briones vs. Cody Garbrandt.

Leading into the preliminary portion of the card is an hour of online viewing at UFC Fight Pass. The two fights are Neil Seery vs. Louis Smolka and Yosdenis Cedeno vs. Cody Pfister.

Follow all the UFC 189 action and get live play-by-play and complete UFC 189 results at Bloody Elbow

Online

Television

  • Four preliminary bouts will play on FX starting at 8 p.m. ET
  • Almost every major cable or satellite carrier offers the PPV's in standard definition and hi-def. A list of carriers is available here including Comcast and DirecTV.
  • The PPV sho will also stream on XBox live, providing yet another option if you don't have satellite or cable.

Follow all the UFC 189 action and get live play-by-play and complete UFC 189 results at Bloody Elbow

Mobile