How to watch UFC 286: Stream the welterweight championship fight between Edwards and Usman on March 18

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Leon Edwards pulled a major upset over Kamaru Usman with a head kick in the last minute of their UFC 278 match.

UFC 286 will stream live on March 18, with the main card starting at 5 p.m. ET on ESPN+.
Welterweight champion Leon Edwards will defend the belt against former champ Kamaru Usman.
The main card is a pay-per-view fight that costs $80 in addition to an ESPN+ subscription ($10/month).

The main event of UFC 286 will feature a long-awaited rematch between welterweight champion Leon Edwards and Kamaru Usman, the former champion of the division.

Edwards stunned Usman with a knockout head kick in the final minute of their UFC 278 fight in August 2022, ending Usman’s streak of 15 consecutive UFC victories and claiming the belt for the first time.

UFC 286 marks the third meeting between the two fighters. Usman defeated Edwards in his debut UFC match back in 2015. Edwards will be on his home turf fighting in London’s D2 Arena, but Usman remains the betting favorite as the fight approaches.

Fan favorite Justin Gaethje will also return to the octagon for the first time since May 2022 to face rising lightweight fighter Rafael Fiziev.

How to watch UFC 286

You can watch the main event of UFC 286 on ESPN+ at 5 p.m. ET on March 18. The main card requires an ESPN+ subscription ($10/month) and an extra pay-per-view fee of $80.

Before the main event, the early prelims will air at 12:30 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass, and the prelims will be broadcast at 3 p.m. ET on ESPNews and ESPN+.

The ESPN+ app is available on all major mobile and

Source:: Businessinsider

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