UFC 264 on PS5, PS4 and Xbox One: How to watch McGregor vs Poirier on consoles
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Conor McGregor takes on Dustin Poirier in the main event of UFC 264 tonight.
The event kicks off at 1am BST UK time on July 11, although McGregor and Poirier aren’t expected to walk to the ring until around 5am BST.
The highly-anticipated UFC 264 event will be broadcast exclusively on BT Sport Box Office. The event costs £19.95, and will include a total of eight fights.
And don’t worry if you can’t access BT Sport on your TV, because there are other ways to watch the app.
Indeed, if you own a PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S or Xbox One, then you can watch the fight on your console.
“BT Sport is available to watch in more ways than ever before thanks to our large screen app being available on a whole host of devices,” BT explains.
“These include PlayStation, Xbox, Fire TV, Android TV, NOW TV, Apple TV devices and many more.
“Allowing access to BT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport 2 HD, BT Sport 3 HD, ESPN HD, BoxNation and all of the BT Sport Extra channels, the app is available on all platforms to existing BT Sport customers at no extra charge.
“As well as the live channels, the app also includes exclusive on-demand content and highlights across our huge range of sports.”
As BT points out, fans can also use the app to access pay-per-view events, including UFC 264.
Tonight’s mixed martial arts event takes place at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada.
The undercard includes Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson against Gilbert Burns, as well as Tai Tuivasa against former NFL star Greg Hardy.
Elsewhere, Irene Aldana clashes with Yana Kunitskaya, while Sean O’Malley battles Kris Moutinho.
That’s on top of Carlos Condit vs Max Griffin in a Welterweight clash, Niko Price vs Michel Pereira and Dricus Du Plessis vs Trevin Giles.
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As for McGregor and Poirier, the brawlers are currently tied at one victory each, having first fought each other in 2014.
The first fight saw McGregor knock out Poirier in the first round. Poirier won the long-awaited rematch earlier this year, knocking McGregor out in round two.
Tonight’s battle is tipped to break records, as McGregor aims to beat the 2.4 million buys achieved when he fought Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229.
“I’ll break records on the PPV,” McGregor recently said. “I know that’s the expectation. I’ve been in big fights before, and it’s always electric, and this one will probably be the biggest so far.
“Having fans there this time is going to add even more to the atmosphere. So, I’m truly so excited, and I’m going to put on a show.”
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