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UFC 276 Live Stream: How to watch Adesanya vs. Cannonier tonight

🅶🅾 🅻🅸🆅🅴►► UFC 276 Adesanya vs Cannonier Live

🅶🅾 🅻🅸🆅🅴►► UFC 276 Adesanya vs Cannonier Live


UFC 276: Adesanya vs. Cannonier is happening tonight. Two championship bouts are on deck along with plenty of other exciting fights, but as this is a pay-per-view event, you’ll have to sign up for ESPN+ if you want to watch the UFC 276 live stream online. If you’re looking to tune in, here’s how to watch UFC 276 online with ESPN+, a rundown of some of the top fighters entering the Octagon, and how you might be able to save some cash on the UFC 276 PPV.

UFC 276: ‘Adesanya vs. Cannonier’ Live Results and Highlights

The Octagon remains in Nevada for tonight’s UFC 276 event, a twelve-bout fight card headlined by Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier.

Adesanya (22-1 MMA) will be looking to earn his fifth title defense when he takes to the Octagon this evening. ‘Stylebender’ last competed at UFC 271 back in February, where he earned a unanimous decision win over Robert Whittaker.

Meanwhile, Jared Cannonier (15-5 MMA) will enter tonight’s headliner sporting a two-fight winning streak, his latest being a second round knockout victory over Derek Brunson. ‘The Killa Gorilla’ has gone 5-1 over his past six fights overall.

Tonight’s UFC 276 event is co-headlined by a featherweight title fight featuring Alex Volkanovski taking on Max Holloway for a third time.

Volkanovski (24-1 MMA) is coming into the match with a very impressive 21 wins in a row, his latest being against Chan Sung Jung (17-7 MMA) at UFC 273 in April of this year.

Meanwhile, Max Holloway (23-6 MMA) has won his last 2 fights, defeating Yair Rodriguez (13-3 MMA) and Calvin Kattar (23-6 MMA) respectively. Prior to those matches, ‘Blessed’ lost to Volkanovski at UFC 251 by split decision and at UFC 245 by unanimous decision.

UFC 276 will also feature a key middleweight contest between perennial division contenders Sean Strickland and Alex Pereira.

Strickland (25-3 MMA) picked up his sixth consecutive win at February’s UFC Vegas 47 event, defeating Jack Hermansson by way of split decision.

Meanwhile, Alex Pereira (4-1 MMA), a former GLORY kickboxing champion, made his highly anticipated Octagon debut last November at UFC 268, where he scored a sensational knockout victory over Andreas Michailidis (see that here). ‘Po Atan’ followed that up with a unanimous decision win over Bruno Silva back in March.

If that wasn’t enough to get you interested, tonight’s UFC 276 also features the return of Sean O’Malley, who faces Pedro Munhoz in a bantamweight contest.

O’Malley (15 -1 MMA) will enter the contest sporting a three-fight winning streak, this after scoring stoppage victories over Thomas Almeida, Kris Moutinho and Raulian Paiva in his most recent efforts.