Watch Live On UFC 210 will take place on Saturday, April 8th. The event will happen in Buffalo, New York and the first fights will be starting at 6:15 p.m. ET. If you’re either a casual or diehard MMA fan, you’ll be glad to know you can easily get a UFC 210 Live stream the entire night.
You’ll have a few options to watch and will likely need to combine a few services to live stream the fights all night long. The below guide gives you all the details you need to get set up to not miss a single second of the action.
The Only Choice for a Cormier vs Johnson Live Stream is Pay-Per-View
If you really want to watch the entire night, you’ll need to sign up for pay-per-view. It’s the only legal source for a Cormier vs Johnson live stream and you don’t need a cable subscription to sign up. You can UFC 210 Live Stream right on your computer or your TV with a streaming device. UFC 210 costs $00 or you can pay $00 to get the fight and UFC’s streaming service, UFC Fight Pass, for six months.
UFC 210 is just over a week away and that means it’s time for the event’s pre-fight media conference call. You can listen in alongside the media at 5PM EST through the above video as Daniel Cormier and Anthony Johnson discuss their highly anticipated light heavyweight title fight. Also on the call will be Chris Weidman and Gegard Mousasi, with both men looking to make a statement in the hyper-competitive UFC middleweight division.
UFC 210 goes down on April 8th from the Keybank Center in Buffalo, New York, with the main card starting at 10PM EST and prelims kicking off on UFC Fight Pass at 5:30PM EST. Make sure to join us here at MMA Mania for all the news and results from the event as they happen!
UFC 210 might not provide the top-tier names fight fans are used to, but the main card should still provide plenty of action. In a light heavyweight title rematch, Daniel Cormier and Anthony “Rumble” Johnson will square off for the second time in two years after D.C. scored a third-round submission to claim the vacant 205-pound belt in 2015.
Despite Cormier’s success over the past two years — and in every fight besides his Jon Jones bout — he’s a betting underdog to Johnson for Saturday’s clash. Johnson is coming off three consecutive KO/TKO wins, including a 13-second stoppage of Glover Teixeira last year.
While Rumble is a strong fighter and a one-punch knockout artist, I wouldn’t take him as the favorite in this fight. I always skew toward a champion in fights like these, especially if it gets beyond the second or third round. Rumble’s cardio scares me if this turns into a wrestling match.
In the co-main event, Gegard Mousasi and Chris Weidman both have a lot to lose. Mousasi, who is riding a four-fight winning streak, has a chance to earn a title shot with a victory while Weidman would be on a three-fight losing streak with a loss. Despite Mousasi’s run and Weidman’s two straight losses, Mousasi is just a slight favorite over the former champion.
Main Card (10 PM ET, PPV)
Daniel Cormier vs. Anthony Johnson
Gegard Mousasi vs. Chris Weidman
Cynthia Calvillo vs. Pearl Gonzalez
Thiago Alves vs. Patrick Cote
Will Brooks vs. Charles Oliveira
Preliminary Card (8 PM ET, FS1)
Myles Jury vs. Mike De La Torre
Kamaru Usman vs. Sean Strickland
Shane Burgos vs. Charles Rosa
Jan Blachowicz vs. Patrick Cummins
Preliminary Card (6:15 PM ET, Fight Pass)
Gregor Gillespie vs. Andrew Holbrook
Josh Emmett vs. Desmond Green
Irene Aldana vs. Katlyn Chookagian
Magomed Bibulatov vs. Jenel Lausa