Do you love watching live sports? Especially MMA? Are you looking for ways to watch it online? Congratulations, you have landed on the right page. Here I will enlist and tell you about the best streaming services to watch MMA online.

Best Streaming Services to Watch MMA Online


DAZN is a very specialized streaming service that focuses on sports and related content only. It is the place to go if you want to watch your favorite sports, be it MMA, UFC, UEFA, etc. You can simultaneously stream on two devices on your plan. And it also allows you to download content so that you can view it offline.

Dazn provides 2 packages to its users, a monthly plan and a yearly plan, which are as follows.

Monthly Plan: $20/month with a free 30-day trial.

Yearly Plan: $150/month with a free 30-day trial. 


If you’re looking for the big daddy of all sports channels, then ESPN+ is the choice to go for! It doesn’t offer ESPN broadcasts; however, it’s a very cheap option to get great sports content like MMA, Football, Basketball, and more. The PPVs can be purchased separately for $64.99 for each match. The downside of this service is that it doesn’t have a DVR storage option; however, you can download content to watch offline, and it also offers three simultaneous screens at a time.

You can also get the Hulu and Disney+ subscription along with ESPN+ through the Disney bundle for just $12.99 and expand your content viewing options, but if Disney Plus is not available in your country, you can easily access Disney Plus with a VPN and watch it anywhere!

ESPN+ offers 3 Price Plans, which are as follows:

Monthly Plan: $5.99/month 

Yearly Plan: $49.99/year

Disney+ Bundle: $12.99/month with Hulu (Ad supported), ESPN+ and Disney+ 

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Hulu + Live TV 

Hulu + Live TV, an extension of Hulu, is a cable alternative. It gives you access to numerous channels, including Sports, which lets you stream MMA, UFC, and other innumerable games online. You get 50 hours of cloud DVR storage, and you can stream on two screens simultaneously. 

Hulu Live TV comes with a single monthly plan with add ons.

Monthly Plan: $54.99/month with a 7-day free trial. Ad-supported version

                       $60/month with a 7-day free trial. Ad-free version.

Sling TV

Sling TV is also an alternative to cable TV. It comes with two plans—Blue and Orange, which differ in the content they provide and the cost. For people who want to watch MMA online, the Orange plan is the best one as it includes ESPN, which is a heaven for sports lovers, along with other channels like CNN, NBC Sports Network, and TNT. In contrast, the Blue plan is more family-oriented.  You get 10 hours of DVR Cloud storage; you can also purchase additional hours at a very cheap rate of $5 for 50 hours.

Sling TV comes with a single price plan for both the packages:

Sling TV Blue: $30/month 3 device streams.

Sling TV Orange: $30/month 1 device stream.

YouTube TV

This option is a little expensive, but if you love watching live sports and want a wide range of TV channels, then it is perfect for you. It offers more than 85 live channels; this will give you the option to catch live sports, including MMA, on different channels. 

It also offers ESPN, which is the prime channel to watch live sports. Its DVR storage is unlimited, and you can keep the recordings for up to 9 months. The best part is that it is compatible with almost all devices, so whether you want to watch it on the big screen or your cell phone, YouTube TV has got you covered.

Youtube TV offers a single price plan which is as follows:

Monthly Plan: $64.99/month, including 3 streams and 6 accounts per subscription.