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Catch up on the best UFC fights and analysis with an ESPN+ subscription

If you're into UFC and mixed martial arts and need something to do while you're quarantined due to the coronavirus, you should consider a subscription to ESPN+ for $5 a month (opens in new tab). The virus has led to a postponement of several UFC fights so far, but that doesn't mean there aren't fights to watch.

You can re-live some of the greatest recent matches or just catch up on ones you might have missed through ESPN+. Be ready for UFC 249 sometime in April when the match goes forward by catching up on analysis of the previous fights right now.

ESPN+ is up-to-date. You can watch a replay of UFC 248 right now if you want. The app has a ton of great fights from the recent past (opens in new tab) as well. Go back and rewatch UFC 229: Khabib vs. Connor from 2018 or just browse the section of Champions (opens in new tab) for the best in the UFC.

You can watch these fights anywhere. ESPN+ is a very versatile app that can be used on your computer, your smartphone, or your tablet. Whether you're taking a break from a recent project you've been working on or hanging out with the family in the living room, you can watch all that ESPN+ has to offer. That's a lot of great content, by the way. You can even use ESPN+ to watch NFL games and relive some great Super Bowl and playoff moments.

Combine your ESPN+ subscription with a subscription to Hulu and Disney+ for just $12.99 a month total. That way you can watch UFC, football, and whatever else you want to watch. Your kids can watch all the latest from Star Wars, Marvel, and Disney's live action movies. And anyone else around can catch up on the latest dramas and comedies. It's a win-win-win for everyone.

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