Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje is set for headlines event UFC 249 to take place on Saturday, 9th May at new location VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville Florida. Ferguson vs Gaethje is going to be a close door event, so live TV stream is the only way to watch the fight online. Everything you need to know about UFC 249 ultimate fighting championship.
When is UFC 249?
UFC has changed its date 18 April to 9 May 2020 and cancels Barclays Center in Brooklyn to VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville.
What time is Ferguson vs. Gaethje start?
Ferguson vs. Gaethje is the main card of the event of UFC 249. So Ferguson vs. Gaethje is the last fight of the night which will start after the co-main fight will be finished. UFC 249 co-main card will begin at 9.00 p.m. ET and Ferguson vs. Gaethje will start at not sure but maybe 10.30 p.m. ET.
Where is the UFC 249 location?
You know that Khabib vs Ferguson was set for Saturday, April 18 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. But New York has restricted any type of gathering due to coronavirus pandemic and Khabib missed the fight for Russian travel restrictions. This is why the UFC finds a new venue VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville Florida state.
Is UFC 249 a PPV event?
Yes, UFC 249 is a pay per view event. Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje headlines for the main event and also rest of the co-main fights are PPV events.
Henry Cejudo vs. Dominick Cruz (UFC Bantamweight Championship)
Francis Ngannou vs. Jairzinho Rozentruik (heavyweight)
Jeremy Stephens vs. Calvin Kattar (featherweight)
Greg Hardy vs. Yorgan de Castro (heavyweight)
What TV channel is UFC 249 on?
UFC 249 will air on pay-per-view and ESPN+ TV channel. BT Sport is for the UK for subscribers.
Can I watch UFC 249 for free?
Yes, you can watch UFC 249 live free by clicking here. Where you get the full guide to watch 100 free online.