UFC 246 live stream: how to watch McGregor vs Cerrone from anywhere tonight
Are you ready? And, more importantly, is Donald Cerrone? Conor McGregor – the Notorious one – is approaching the Octagon at UFC 246 tonight and will be desperate to make a point. Over a year since his last appearance, we can see why you'd be desperate to find out how to get a UFC 246 live stream for McGregor vs Cerrone today. We'll show you the best way to get it done, regardless of where in the world you are.
And with a history like McGregor's – UFC's fastest knockout, first fighter to hold two simultaneous belts and a 21-4 record – he would need a pretty big name to make his triumphant return. Enter, Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone
Cerrone is a fighter sitting comfortably with a 36-13 win ratio, making him the record holder for both the most UFC wins and most finishes. In other words, a UFC 246 live stream will see two record-holding fighters go head-to-head.
But it is not all about the title fight. Holly Holm is facing Raquel Pennington. After defeating Ronda Rousey to take the Bantamweight women's title, Holm seemed on top of the world. Now she's clawing her way back up after a number of big losses. Can she defeat Pennington and regain her fearsome reputation?
No matter which fight you're tuning in to see, we're here to help you find a UFC 246 live stream. Scroll down to find out details for watching it live from the US, UK, Canada and pretty much anywhere else in the world.
Live stream UFC 246 from outside your country
Worry not if you're a huge UFC fan but aren't in the country to watch UFC 246 when it happens. If you find the coverage is geo-blocked, you can try using a VPN to change your IP address to a country where the fights are airing and watch this main card just as if you were back at home.
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The UFC 246 card in full:
Conor McGregor vs Donald Cerrone (Welterweight)
Holly Holm vs Raquel Pennington (Woman's Bantamweight)
Aleksei Oleinik vs Maurice Greene (Heavyweight)
Claudia Gadelha vs Alexa Grasso (Woman's Strawweight)
Anthony Pettis vs Diego Ferreira (Lightweight)
Roxanne Modafferi vs Maycee Barber (Women's Flyweight)
Andre Fili vs Sodiq Yusuff (Featherweight)
Drew Dober vs Nasrat Haqparast (Lightweight)
Chas Skelly vs Grant Dawson (Featherweight)
Aleksa Camur vs Justin Ledet (Light Heavyweight)
Tim Elliott vs Askar Askarov (Flyweight)
Brian Kelleher vs Ode Osbourne (Bantamweight)
Sabina Mazo vs JJ Aldrich (Women's Flyweight)
Why is there so much hype around UFC 246?
While the event boasts a strong undercard, including the lightweight clash between Anthony Pettis vs Carlos Diego Ferreira, the main interest surrounding UFC 246 is undoubtedly the return from retirement of the sport’s biggest star, Conor McGregor.
The Irish fighter will be getting back in the Octagon for the first time in 15 months to face Donald Cerrone.
Who is the favorite to win the McGregor vs Cerrone fight?
McGregor is currently hot favorite to make it a perfect comeback, with odds around 3/1 for his victory.
How much will Conor McGregor get paid for UFC 246?
McGregor is widely rumored to be earning a $5 million purse for his return to the Octagon. However the 31-year-old has stated that that figure is less than 10 percent of what he’ll actually make after predicting he’ll enjoy a staggering $80 million payday thanks to his Reebok sponsorship, pay-per-view points and other endorsement deals.
When was McGregor's last fight in the UFC?
His last appearance in the ring was in Las Vegas back in October 2018 when he suffered a fourth round defeat by submission to Russian fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov.
What has Conor McGregor being doing since the Khabib defeat?
Despite his absence from the ring, McGregor has continued to remain in the headlines for mainly all the wrong reasons.
He was arrested last March for robbery after slapping a phone out of a fan's hand in Las Vegas and walking away with it. While just five months later he was charged with assault after throwing a punch at a senior citizen in a Dublin pub.
On a more positive note, McGregor successfully launched Proper No. Twelve – his own brand of whiskey – around the world during his downtime