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How to watch UFC live stream free online?

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UFC is one of the most popular fighting championships on the planet right now. The fights are often streamed on a pay per view basis on various sports broadcasters and the UFC website/app. 

In this article, we’re going over the top 7 sites you can live stream UFC fights for free. 

Most of these sites might violate copyright laws as sports streams as mostly properties of their respective broadcasters. We do not support or encourage breaking any sorts of laws, cyber or otherwise. Please check your local laws before visiting any such sites to avoid getting into trouble. 

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Bosscast

Bosscast is a casting site that offers free stream link to popular sports broadcasting channels. This means that you’ll be able to watch your matches exactly the way they’d be broadcasting on TV or streaming online. Casting from multiple sports broadcasters also helps them cover pretty much every sport on the planet.

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You can visit Bosscast here

Sportlemon

Sportlemon is a simplistic site containing a wide variety of sports, including UFC live streams and other fighting disciplines. The site interface is straightforward, and all you have to do is look up the sport you want and click on a stream. The streams generally work just fine, but you might run into buffering issues at times. There are also a few ads that show up at random, but nothing too distracting. 

You can visit Sportlemon here

Sportrar.tv

Sportrar.TV is another simplistic site built around a single purpose, streaming sports with the minimum hurdles. You can watch UFC matches here, although it’ll take some digging around on the site to find a reliable stream. The streams are pretty consistent; however, just like with any unofficial source, they can go down at a moment’s notice or have buffering issues at times. 

You can visit Sportrar.tv here

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FromHots

While the site specialises in football (soccer) streams, it does stream other sports as well. You might have to dig around a bit, but if there’s a live UFC fight going on somewhere, chances are you’ll find it here. The site pulls numerous streams from multiple sources so that if one isn’t working, users can immediately find an alternative stream.  You can watch hundreds of matches live from all across the world. 

You can visit FromHots here 

VIPLeague

Another simplistic, no-nonsense sports streaming site, VIPLeague, offers more than 22 sports stream, including Formula 1, NASCAR, UFL, NBA, NFL, football and of course, UFC, alongwith several other contact sports. The site is easy to navigate, and the streams work surprisingly well. 

You can visit VIPLeague here

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StreamHunter

This site is almost identical to Sportlemon, except it covers a few more sports and has a slightly better-looking UI with fewer ads. You can easily find numerous UFC live streams in multiple languages as well. The site even lets users add their own stream addresses, in case you were feeling like doing some community service and even as a neat widget that you can use to integrate their streams into your own site. 

You can visit StreamHunter here

Stream2Watch

Finally, you can try Stream2Watch to see if you find any available UFC live streams. They usually don’t focus on UFC, but it serves as a great alternative to other sites on this list. The site doesn’t have many ads, or sometimes any ads, and the streaming works okay for the most part.

You can visit Stream2watch here

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Yadullah Abidi

Yadullah is a Computer Science graduate who writes/edits/shoots/codes all things cybersecurity, gaming, and tech hardware. When he's not, he streams himself racing virtual cars. He's been writing and reporting on tech and cybersecurity with websites like Candid.Technology and MakeUseOf since 2018. You can contact him here: yadullahabidi@pm.me.

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