How to watch UFC Fight Night 7 from Las Vegas live for free: Fight card, odds, TV channel, Munhoz vs Edgar and more (8/22/2020)


On the heels of a successful UFC 252 event, mixed martial arts returns to your TV when UFC Fight Night No. 7 takes place Saturday in Nevada with live coverage direct from an empty UFC APEX venue in Las Vegas. The evening’s fight card will be headlined by a showdown between No. 5 ranked Bantamweight Pedro Munhoz taking on No. 8 ranked Frankie Edgar, but also of interest should be a light heavyweight bout pitting Ovince Saint Preux against Alonzo Menifield.

The UFC Fight Night 7 prelims begin at 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET and the main card takes place starting at 5:30 p.m. PT/8:30 p.m. ET on August 22, and will be broadcast LIVE on both ESPN and ESPN Plus. You can watch Edgar vs. Munhoz and the other fights live for FREE with fuboTV (free trial). If you are out of free trials, or want to try another streaming service, fans without a cable service can watch all the fights live online on ESPN+ for under $5.

Here’s a look at the complete preview information for UFC Las Vegas 7, including the complete fight card, odds, schedule and more provided below as well as information about how you can watch the fights live online or on TV.

ESPN+ is a streaming service from ESPN that costs just $4.99 a month, which you can cancel at anytime and gives you access to a slew of live games from pro and college sports.

When: Saturday, June 27 – Prelims begin at 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET, then Main card fights begin at 5:30 p.m. PT/8:30 p.m. ET

Watch the event live online: If you already have a cable provider, you can watch the event live by signing into the Watch ESPN app on your TV, streaming device or computer. If you don’t have cable or are a cord-cutter, you can also. You can watch Edgar vs. Munhoz and the other fights live for FREE with fuboTV (free trial). You can also get all the action on Hulu + Live (free trial) or Sling TV (free trial, promotional offers), if you prefer those platforms and their pricing plans. If you are completely out of free trials, you can watch a live stream of the fights for less than $5 on ESPN+. (It’s just $4.99/month or $49.99/full year subscription, and you can cancel anytime.)

ESPN Plus can be accessed through the Watch ESPN app on your phone, tablet, computer, smart TV or on a regular television equipped with a Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Apple TV or other streaming device.

Is an annual ESPN+ subscription worth the money? It depends on how big a sports fan you are, and what sports are important to you. Our complete ESPN+ explanation guide should help you make an informed decision and help you find out how to get ESPN+ games on your TV.

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