UFC holds a Pay Per View (PPV) event virtually every month since the beginning. As you might have guessed, there have been many changes that have taken place since UFC 1. At that time, not many realized just how big it would become. If you told the general public in 1993 that it would one day be bigger than boxing, many would have thought you were crazy. However, the popularity of the sport continues to grow.
Why Use a VPN to Watch UFC 222?
Though you may have access to order UFC 222 through the UFC.TV website from a few different countries, not all of the prices are the same. As an example, the price to watch the event in the US is $59.99. However, you can pay half of that amount or less depending on the country you choose to connect to. By using Singapore, your cost is only $24.99. In Luxembourg, it would be $29.32. You may discover other countries have different rates, so it is worth the money you could save to test it out and see which offers the best price. If you live outside of one of the countries that offer the fight, connecting to a VPN will be your best way to enjoy it.
Another option you have to lessen the cost is to use the UFC Fight Pass. This will get you access to the preliminary fights and give you the ability to order the PPV event. Just like with the option above, it is definitely cheaper in other regions. If you are using the UFC Fight Pass from one of the other regions, make sure to connect to a server in that country.
Do you plan on watching the big event from your dorm or at work? If so be aware that many colleges and companies have network restrictions that could block you from accessing the fights. In most cases a VPN will help you get around these restrictions by encrypting your connection. This could be the difference between enjoying a night of UFC action and being greeted by an unwanted message stating that the website or streaming service is blocked.
What Are the Other Fights On the Card?
On the main card, you will find several other fights along with the main event. Here is the list of them.
- Cyborg v. Kunitskaya
- Edgar v. Ortega
- O’Malley v. Soukhamthath
- Struve v Arlovski
- Vieira v. Zingano
There are also preliminary fights on the US channel FS1, but you must have that channel to be able to view them. We’re looking forward to the Dobson v. Munhoz sight since both are ranked in the top 10. Here’s the FS1 prelim lineup:
- Yoder v. Dern
- Dariush v. Hernandez
- Dodson v. Munhoz
- Dollaway v. Lombard
UFC Fight Pass members also have access to some exclusive early preliminary fights. The UFC Fight Pass prelims include:
- Pyle v. Ottow
- Caraway v. Stamann
- Johnson v. Milstead
And there you have it. There are several good reasons to use a VPN when watching UFC 222. Don’t miss out on all of the action on the main card. Find out if Kunitskaya can take out Cris Cyborg for the title.