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Watch UFC 214: Cormier vs. Jones 2 live stream online, fight time, TV schedule

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The UFC’s most stacked pay-per-view of 2017 goes down tonight. Check out all the ways you can watch the action.

UFC 214 is finally here. The pay-per-view portion of the card might be the most talent-rich PPV of the year, with each fight promising intriguing match-ups and title implications. The event also brings us the return of the incredible (and weird) Jon Jones.

The main event of UFC 214 is a light heavyweight tilt with champion Daniel Cormier defending against his nemesis Jonny ‘Bones’ Jones. I don’t want to jinx it, but it seems this fight is actually happening (after the huge let down that was UFC 200). There’s plenty of bad blood in this contest and a tremendous amount of pride at stake for both men. Will Jones handle Cormier as breathlessly as he did first time around, or does DC have what it takes to finally quell his greatest foe?

The rest of UFC 214’s PPV card is bananas. The co-main event is a welterweight title fight between champion Tyron Woodley and BJJ genius Demian Maia. Before that Cris Cyborg and Tonya Evinger (both former Invicta champions) square off for the vacant women’s featherweight title. There’s also a Fight of the Year type match-up between former 170lb king Robbie Lawler and guaranteed action-fighter Donald Cerrone. The PPV portion of the event kicks off with Jimi Manuwa versus Volkan Oezdemir in a match that could decide the next 205lb title challenger.

The FXX (not FX, FOX, or FS1) prelims get rolling at 8PM ET. The featured prelim is former featherweight title challenger Ricardo Lamas versus the surging Jason Knight aka Hick Diaz. The prelims also see Aljamain Sterling take on Renan Barao in a 140lb catchweight fight, Renato Moicano tackle Brian Ortega at 145lbs, and Andre Fili versus Calvin Kattar also at 145lbs.

The UFC Fight Pass early prelims begin at 6:30PM ET and feature three fights. Kailin Curran versus Alexandra Albu in the strawweight division, Eric Shelton versus Jarred Brooks at flyweight, and Josh Burkman versus Drew Dober at lightweight.

Here’s how you can watch all of tonight’s action.

LIVE UFC 214 Results Stream and PBP


  • The first fights of the night are available exclusively on UFC Fight Pass beginning at 6:30 PM ET/3:30 PM PT.
  • The UFC 214 pay-per-view card can be purchased online through UFC.tv. It begins at 10:00PM ET/7:00PM PT and is available in 4K.
  • The pay-per-view can also be purchased and viewed on the UFC’s official YouTube channel.

LIVE UFC 214 Results Stream and PBP


  • The prelims will air on FXX – for the first time ever – beginning at 8:00 PM ET/5:00 PM PT. Fans in the US can find out how to FXX here.
  • Almost every major cable or satellite provider offers the PPV in either standard or high definitions. A list of carriers is available here.
  • TV streaming services Roku, Apple TV, LG Smart Apps, Amazon FireTV, and Samsung Apps will carry the UFC Fight Pass prelim bouts (you need a UFC Fight Pass membership to view, though). Fight Pass can also be accessed with Xbox Live.
  • The PPV is also available for purchase on Apple TV, Samsung Apps, Amazon FireTV, and LG Smart Apps, as well as Xbox Live and the PlayStation Store (through their dedicated gaming consoles).
  • Sling TV subscribers can now order UFC PPVs. More details here.

LIVE UFC 214 Results Stream and PBP


  • Those with Android or Apple devices can watch UFC 214 on apps available at the Google Play and iTunes stores.

LIVE UFC 214 Results Stream and PBP


  • If you feel like going out, you can watch UFC 214 at the following bars and/or restaurants. If you do go out, don’t forget to tweet us picture @BloodyElbow of you and your crew enjoying the show!

LIVE UFC 214 Results Stream and PBP

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