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UFC 275: How to Live Stream, Predictions, Start Time

Written by John O'Connor

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Table of Contents
  1. UFC 275 Fight Card Highlights, Odds, and Predictons
  2. UFC 275 Live Stream

The UFC is an international brand with fans and fighters from around the world, and nowhere will the promotion’s global appeal be on display more than at UFC 275, live from Singapore Indoor Stadium, in Kallang, Singapore. The Main Event features the light heavyweight champ and fan favorite Glover Teixeira vs. a rising star from the Czech Republic, Jiří Procházka. Viewer note: Unlike some recent Fight Nights, UFC 275 will not air on ESPN2. The only way to watch UFC 275 is on PPV with an ESPN+ subscription.

  • Event: UFC 275
  • Date: June 11
  • Location: Singapore Indoor Stadium — Kallang, Singapore
  • Start time: 10 p.m. ET (Main card) 
  • Live stream: ESPN+ PPV

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UFC 275 Fight Card Highlights, Odds, and Predictons

The UFC 275 fight card, odds, and our predictions for each fight are listed below. Streaming Stadium picks are contained [in brackets].

MMA fans will want to tune into UFC 275 to watch Teixeira, who at age 42 is the oldest champion in UFC history, face off against the unorthodox, but violent, striking style Procházka brings to the octagon. Although he is only a modest underdog according to Vegas, some MMA commentators believe the much older Teixeira could be susceptible to being knocked out in this fight, especially after the brutal way Procházka finished Dominick Reyes in his last bout. The Main Event will be a classic clash of styles with Teixeira, the all time UFC submissions leader in the 205 weight class, looking for the takedown, and Procházka more comfortable on the feet. Jiri Procházka has been working on takedown defense and grappling with Olympian and former UFC Champ, Henry Cejudo. We expect a Procházka KO in the fight’s early rounds.

The co-main features an interesting matchup between the women’s flyweight champ and overall divisional buzzsaw, Valentina Shevchenko, and Brazilian contender Talia Santos. Santos has stated publicly that she believes she can dominate Shevchenko on the ground. We like the champ by submission early.

Zhang Weili and Joanna Jedrzejczyk shared the octagon in 2020 for one of the most iconic fights in UFC history. When the two square off again in Singapore, we give Weili, who has also been a student of Henry Cejudo’s recently, the upper hand.

From where we’re sitting, the rest of the card, while it could be entertaining, doesn’t offer the same value as the UFC’s upcoming events in July and September. If you’re trying to save some money, UFC 275 would be the PPV fight to skip this summer, especially with the UFC 276 card being as stacked as it is.

  • Glover Teixeira (c) +165 vs. Jiri Prochazka, light heavyweight championship [Procházka by KO]
  • Valentina Shevchenko (c) -800 vs. Taila Santos +550, women’s flyweight championship [Shevchenko by submission]
  • Zhang Weili -180 vs. Joanna Jedrzejczyk +155, women’s strawweight [Weili by decision]
  • Seung Woo Choi vs. Joshua Culibao, featherweight [Culibao by TKO]
  • Jack Della Maddalena vs. Ramazan Emeev, welterweight [Emeev by decision]
  • Jacob Malkoun vs. Brendan Allen, middleweight [Allen by KO]
  • Kang Kyung-ho vs. Danaa Batgerel, bantamweight [Batgerel by decision]
  • Orion Cosce vs. Mike Mathetha, welterweight [Cosce by KO]
  • Ramona Pascual vs. Joselyne Edwards, women’s bantamweight [Edwards by KO]
  • Liang Na vs. Silvana Gomez Juarez, women’s strawweight [Na by decision]
  • Steve Garcia vs. Hayisaer Maheshate, lightweight [Maheshate by decision]
  • Manel Kape vs. Rogerio Bontoorin, flyweight [Bontoorin by KO]

The UFC promotes its gambling affiliations pretty heavily as part of the broadcasts. For example, UFC commentator Jon Anik regularly talks about betting on sports and speaks in terms of certain fighters having “value” at odds he sees as favorable. There is nothing wrong with having fun and betting on sports for entertainment, but keep in mind that there is no “value” in any betting odds, Vegas always wins in the end. If you have a gambling problem, please visit the National Council on Problem Gambling website.

UFC 275 Live Stream

To watch UFC 275, you will need to go through the ESPN app, where ESPN+ content lives. On a mobile phone, you will see icons for Watch ESPN (play symbol) or ESPN+ (plus symbol). The ESPN app is also compatible with Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android, Apple TV, and most other streaming devices. In the list below, we break out all the devices that are supported by ESPN+.

We love ESPN+ for MMA, but also out-of-market NBA and NHL, college football, and for original programming, like the 30 for 30 series.

On fight night, the signup links listed on this page will take you to the payment page where you will:

  • Subscribe to ESPN+
  • Pay a one time fee for UFC 274

TV Everywhere is possible with ESPN+ but makes little sense

It is also possible to login into ESPN+ using your cable provider, like Spectrum for example, but this doesn’t get you around the requirement of paying for the UFC fight and ESPN+ subscription. Logging into the Watch ESPN with Spectrum, or another cable provider, makes more sense since you can get ESPN content on the ESPN app at no additional charge.

We’d recommend just signing up for an ESPN+ account and ditching the cable box altogether.


When you sign up for Hulu + Live TV, the ESPN+ and Disney+ bundle is added automatically. While you can watch UFC events directly on the Hulu app, the additional UFC PPV charge of $74.99 is still required.

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