On June 9 at UFC 238, two title fights greet MMA fans. Here’s your guide on how to watch the men’s (Cejudo vs Moraes) and women’s (Shevchenko vs Eye) fights live in Australia.
There’s quite a lot going at the United Center in Chicago, USA, on June 9. It’s a stacked card, with 13 fights to be decided, including two co-main event headliners. You will be able to watch the entire UFC 238 live stream on your TV or to any of your devices here in Australia, but it does come at a cost. In this article we’ll run you through the main event fights, the whole card, the Australian start times and compare your option on how to watch it all unfold.
Live Stream Henry Cejudo vs Marlon Moraes UFC 238
The men will be fighting for the vacant Bantamweight title. It’s the natural division for Brazilian Marlon Moraes, who has previously been champion and is also the number one ranked Bantamweight in the world. His record of 22 wins includes 10 by knockout, and he only has the five losses to his name. An experienced fighter, Moraes may very well be favourite.
Henry Cejudo, on the other hand, had to come up from the Flyweight division to compete for the Bantamweight title. At just five-foot-four-inches, he gives away the height advantage, but is known for his fitness. When we look at his fourteen wins, eight have gone the distance. The American’s background is in wrestling, and he has no fear of the big stage, with an Olympic Gold medal already sitting on his shelf.
Live Stream UFC 238 on Kayo Sports, Foxtel and Fetch
First the bad news; you cannot watch all of UFC 238 on Kayo Sports, Foxtel or Fetch, however, you can watch some of the action. The Undercard (see table above) is being broadcast for no additional cost through ESPN. And ESPN is available through Kayo Sports, Foxtel and Fetch. Here are how those options compare.
The Cejudo vs Moraes and Shevchenko vs Eye Main Card title fights are, unfortunately, locked to the pay-per-view options we’ll detail shortly.
Live Stream UFC 238 on Kayo Sports
The recently released Kayo Sports live streaming service is the most exciting disruption to Australia’s TV broadcast space in a long time. It offers the 14 best channels (Fox Sports 1-8, ESPN 1-2, beIN Sports 1-3, Racing.com) from Foxtel’s premium Sports Pack in their own standalone app. It then places all this content – over 50 sports live and on-demand – in a fantastic Netflix-style interface and gifts it all unique viewing features like SplitView, picture-in-picture mode and Key Moments timeline.