UFC 248 delivered a lot of action, outside of the dud that was the main event. But if you’re not interested in seeing how Israel Adesanya edged past Yoel Romero, just watch up to the co-main event. Then you will be treated to one of the best fights you’ll ever see — Zhang Weili defending her UFC strawweight crown versus former champion Joanna Jędrzejczyk.
The remainder of the card had some exciting finishes, too; from the likes of Beneil Dariush and Rodolfo Vieira. Other results of note include Neil Magny and Sean O’Malley returning from long USADA suspensions to pick up big victories. Magny outlasted Li Jingliang for a decision victory and O’Malley scored a TKO win over Jose Quinonez.
Check out all the ways you can watch last night’s action below:
- For U.S. residents you should know the drill by now, everything is on ESPN. The UFC 248 pay-per-view replay is exclusively available for purchase on the streaming service ESPN+ (for $64.99) for the next 15 days.
- For international viewers the PPV replay can be purchased online through UFC.tv or UFC Fight Pass.
- The early prelim card remains available for U.S. residents on ESPN+. For the rest of the world the full fight replays are available on UFC Fight Pass.
- TV streaming services Apple TV, LG Smart Apps, Amazon FireTV, and Samsung Apps offer the UFC.TV app. You can buy the PPV replay there (if you are not in the U.S.).
- Outside the U.S. the PPV replay is also available for purchase through Xbox Live and PlayStation Events (through their dedicated gaming consoles).
- Non U.S. residents with Android or Apple devices can watch the UFC 248 PPV replay on the UFC.tv apps available at the Google Play and iTunes stores (purchase of the PPV is required).
- U.S. residents can watch full replays of fights on their devices using the ESPN App (and a valid ESPN+ subscription). The ESPN+ app is available on Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Xbox One, Roku and Samsung Smart TVs.