How to Stream UFC Fight Night 184: Overeem vs Volkov
The only way to watch UFC Fight Night 184: Alistair Overeem vs Alexander Volkov live is through ESPN+.
The main fight card is at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday, Feb. 6. UFC Fight Night is happening at UFC Apex in Las Vegas.
Many cord cutters already know to sign up for these fights, but here’s a quick primer on how it works. (So skip crackstreams and support MMA by paying for the fight.)
Even if you’re a streaming guru, you’ll want to set up ESPN+ well in advance of the early prelims at 5 p.m.
Once you sign up online, you can activate your ESPN+ account through the ESPN app on Roku and Roku TV, Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Samsung Smart TV, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Google Chromecast and Oculus Go.
You will see your live sports within the menu, including UFC Fight Night 184: Overeem vs Volkov. After that, you can kick back and wait for Volkov to square off with Overeem at 8 p.m.
3 Options for Watching UFC Fight Night 184
You need to have an ESPN+ subscription even if you want to watch UFC Fight Night.
An ESPN+ subscription costs $5.99 per month. It costs as much as a movie rental.
If you don’t have an ESPN+ subscription yet, there are a few different options to consider, especially if you want to save a few bucks.
Option 1: Get just ESPN+ and you’ll automatically be signed up for a month-to-month ESPN+ subscription. It costs $5.99 per month, and you can cancel whenever you want.
Option 2: You can save 15 percent on your subscription if you get an annual ESPN+ subscription for $59.99. Paying month to month costs $71.88 per year.
Option 3: If you already subscribe monthly to Hulu and/or Disney+, you might want to consider getting ESPN+ through the Disney+ bundle. The Disney+ bundle includes Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 per month. That saves you about 25 percent on all your household streaming compared to paying for them separately. You can easily consolidate your subscriptions and save about $6 per month.
UFC Fight Night and Originals
Now that ESPN+ has the rights to UFC Fight Night and stands as the exclusive home to UFC pay-per-view events, there’s a pretty robust lineup of other MMA shows and events.
- On-demand library of past UFC matches
- UFC Fight Nights
- Dana White’s Contender Series
- Detail from the Mind of Daniel Cormier
- UFC Destined
Is ESPN+ on Comcast or Verizon Fios?
You won’t find ESPN+ in your channel lineup with DIRECTV or a cable TV service such as Comcast, Spectrum or Verizon Fios.
ESPN+ is a standalone streaming service. Other live sports include college basketball, MLB, NHL, top rank boxing, tennis and FA Cup.
A subscription to ESPN+ costs only $5.99 per month, and it basically gives your ESPN app a dramatic upgrade.
Jim Kimble is a seasoned industry expert with over two decades of journalism experience. He has been at the forefront of the cord-cutting movement since 2016, testing and writing about TV-related products and services. He founded The Cord Cutting Report in 2016.
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