UFC 260 2021 and The Disney Bundle. ESPN Plus deal explained
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The event features a UFC Heavyweight Championship bout between Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou
Ngannou was decisively defeated by Miocic back in 2018
UFC 260 takes place this Saturday, March 27, and is exclusively on ESPN+ pay-per-view.
The event features a UFC Heavyweight Championship bout between Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou.
Ngannou was decisively defeated by Miocic back in 2018 and has since earned another right to compete for the heavyweight title after finishing all four of his last opponents inside the opening 80 seconds.
Watch Miocic vs.
Ngannou fight live on ESPN+ NOW!
But at UFC 260, Ngannou will need to find a way past Miocic, who is regarded as the greatest heavyweight in UFC history.
Here is everything you need to know about UFC 260 including how to order and watch the UFC 260 PPV live stream on Saturday night.
Fight fans are required to purchase the official UFC 260 PPV event on the ESPN+ platform in order to gain access to the live event and replay.
The process of ordering the UFC 260 PPV on ESPN+ changes depending on whether you’re an existing subscriber or a new subscriber.
If you don’t have an active ESPN+ subscription, you’re going to need one to order and watch UFC 260 live stream this weekend.
Here are the fastest, easiest, and most cost-effective ways to order UFC 260 on ESPN+.
The best way for fight fans to get started this weekend is by purchasing the UFC 260 & ESPN+ Bundle for $89.99.
The UFC 260 and ESPN+ Bundle includes UFC 260 PPV access and a one-year (12 months) subscription to ESPN+ (normally $59.99).
This bundle represents a major saving (more than 30%) and gives access to all live UFC Fight Night events in the coming 12 months, such as Darren Till vs.
Marvin Vettori on April 10.
Order the UFC 260 & ESPN+ Bundle for $89.99 here.
The second option is the UFC 260 and Disney Bundle.
The Disney Bundle includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ all for just $13.99 per month (with ads) or $19.99 per month (without ads).
The bundle enables a new user to access the following packages:
Order UFC 260 & The Disney Bundle for $89.99 here.
If you already have an ESPN+ subscription, then you’re ready to order the official PPV and watch Stipe Miocic vs.
Francis Ngannou on Saturday night.
Simply log in to ESPN+ and order the UFC 260 PPV for $69.99.
Saturday, March 27– UFC Apex, Las Vegas
Main Card – 10:00 pm (ET) on ESPN+ PPV
Prelims – 8:00 pm (ET) on ESPN+
Early Prelims – 7:00 pm (ET) on ESPN+
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Ngannou's crushing knockout of Stipe Miocic to win the heavyweight title made the new champ some extra money
Francis Ngannou is the new UFC heavyweight champion and he’s taking home a bit of extra money along with his new championship belt after the conclusion of Saturday’s UFC 260.
Ngannou was one of four men who were awarded the UFC’s traditional post-fight bonuses.
Ngannou dominated Stipe Miocic in the main event, fending off takedowns and landing big strikes before eventually knocking out Miocic with a massive left hand in the second round.
THE NEW HEAVYWEIGHT KING HAS ARRIVED 👑 #UFC260 pic.twitter.com/0ElFSDvyu1
Sean O’Malley joined Ngannou as a Performance of the Night bonus winner.
O’Malley almost let the bonus slip through his fingers in his bout with Thomas Almeida.
In the first round, O’Malley rocked Almeida, driving him into the cage after a big head kick and left hand, but walked away rather than following up, allowing Almeida back in the fight.
In the final moments of the third round, however, O’Malley hit a beautiful step-back left hand that dropped Almeida.
When the fight wasn’t immediately stopped, this time O’Malley took the opportunity to finish it, jumping in with a big right hand to the downed Almeida to score the brutal knockout.
SEAN TRIED THE WALK OFF BUT IT’S NOT OVER 🤯 #UFC260 pic.twitter.com/nJtVxGOqN8
The Fight of the Night bonuses went to Tyron Woodley and Vicente Luque for their welterweight battle.
The fight saw Woodley showing aggression he had not in his past several fights, bringing the fight right to Luque from the opening bell.
Luque eventually rocked Woodley, only for Luque to get rocked back when Woodley returned fire.
Luque was eventually able to send Woodley stumbling back into the cage before locking up a D’Arce choke in a wild one-round brawl.
The bonus winners all earn $50,000 each.
Trading big shots 😳 #UFC260 pic.twitter.com/VnCZR0I79c
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