How to Stream UFC 250 Nunes vs. Spencer Live Without Cable on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS and Android
It’s going to be a big weekend for Amanda Nunes as she will not only be defending the UFC women’s featherweight title against Felicia Spencer, but if she wins the match, she will become the first fighter in UFC history to hold and defend world titles in two different divisions. The main event of UFC 250 takes place at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas this Saturday and begins at 10 p.m. ET.
How to Stream UFC 250 Nunes vs. Spencer
- When: Saturday, June 6 at 10 p.m. ET (main event)
- Stream: ESPN+ PPV
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Saturday’s fight will be Nunes’ return to the featherweight division since she won the title over Cris Cyborg back in December of 2018. If she wins this fight, Nunes will have 11 consecutive wins under her belt. Although Nunes has a solid upper hand, she’s not taking her opponent lightly as she acknowledges that Spencer is a “skilled fighter” who has everything to gain and nothing to lose for the match, CBS Sports reported.
Though Spencer only has nine MMA fights to her name, she has become a standout during her short career. Going into Saturday’s match, she boasts an 8-1 record, with her one L coming at the hands of Cyborg. She comes off a first-round TKO of Zarah Fairn Dos Santos and would pull of a massive upset should she be victorious over Nunes.
“The main card will also feature a trio of bantamweight bouts and a welterweight bout headlined by Raphael Assuncao against Cody Garbrandt and Aljamain Sterling squaring off against Cory Sandhagen. Sean O’Malley will aim to keep his undefeated streak intact when he faces veteran Eddie Wineland to open the PPV,” DAZN stated.
As with other sports leagues restarting during the pandemic, UFC 250 will take place with no audience present.
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