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Watch UFC 211: Miocic vs. Dos Santos 2 live stream online, fight time, TV schedule

The UFC is back this weekend! And with it, comes two title fights atop a card of big name match-ups. Read on for all the ways you can watch tonight’s UFC 211 action.

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After a few weeks off the UFC is back with an event that promises - at least on paper - to deliver a thrilling night of fisticuffs. With previous cards lacking star-power, UFC 211 comes crashing in with two title fights and a host of high ranked fighters known to put on exciting contests.

The main event sees UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic defend his belt for the second time. His opponent is a familiar one, Junior Dos Santos - who defeated Miocic back in 2014. JDS is 3-3 in his last six contests, whereas Miocic is on a 4-fight win streak. Will Miocic find revenge in Dallas, TX or does Dos Santos still have what it takes to beat Cleveland’s finest?

The co-main features the Polish pistol Joanna Jedrzejczyk defending her UFC women’s strawweight title versus Jessica Andrade. The undefeated Joanna Champion has reigned since 2015 and will be looking for her 5th title defense versus the powerful Brazilian. Andrade is a relatively new face in the division, who has spent her career beating up much larger women. Is tonight the night Joanna finally meets her match?

The rest of the pay-per-view card is stacked with fascinating match-ups. At 170lbs submission savant Demian Maia defends his claim to the welterweight throne against the surging Jorge Masvidal. Before that, lightweight legend Frankie Edgar faces hotshot Yair Rodriguez at 145lbs, and criminally underrated Krzysztof Jotko welcomes former WSOF two-division champ David Branch to the UFC’s middleweight division.

The FX prelims card, which begins at 8 PM ET, is headlined by a PPV worthy contest between former lightweight champ Eddie Alvarez and the always-exciting Dustin Poirier. Elsewhere on the prelims, there’s a featherweight clash between Chas Skelly and Jason Knight, a heavyweight fight between Chase Sherman versus Rashad Coulter and a lightweight bout between James Vick and Marco Polo Reyes.

A 3-fight early prelim card starts the night (only on UFC Fight Pass) at 6:30PM ET. That card builds to a women’s strawweight clash between Jessica Aguilar and Cortney Casey. Fight Pass also features Joachim Christensen versus Gadzhimurad Antigulov at light heavyweight, and Gabriel Benitez against Enrique Barzola at 145lbs.

Here's how you can watch all of tonight's action.

LIVE UFC 211 Results and PBP


LIVE UFC 211 Results and PBP


  • The four preliminary bouts (shown between the Fight Pass and PPV portions of the event) will air on FX beginning at 8:00 PM ET/5:00 PM PT.
  • Almost every major cable or satellite provider offers the PPV in either standard or high definitions. A list of carriers is available here.
  • TV streaming services Roku, Apple TV, LG Smart Apps, Amazon FireTV, and Samsung Apps will carry the UFC Fight Pass prelim bouts (you need a UFC Fight Pass membership to view, though). Fight Pass can also be accessed with Xbox Live.
  • The PPV is also available for purchase on Apple TV, Samsung Apps, Amazon FireTV, and LG Smart Apps, as well as Xbox Live and the PlayStation Store (through their dedicated gaming consoles).

LIVE UFC 211 Results and PBP


  • Those with Android or Apple devices can watch UFC 211 on apps available at the Google Play and iTunes stores.

LIVE UFC 211 Results and PBP


LIVE UFC 211 Results and PBP

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