Here is how you can stream UFC on ESPN: Vera vs Cruz live without the use of Reddit Streams, Buffstream or Crackstreams

The UFC bantamweight division is shaping into one of the most exciting divisions in the UFC. The dynamics of the division has taken a turn for good, with a fresh dose of excitement seen after a long time since. With the emergence of highly skilled fighters like Petr Yan and Cory Sandhagen, fans rarely get to witness a boring fight at 135. To add to the excitement, fresh talents are emerging in the division regularly. A true legend of the sport and an upcoming warrior compete this weekend, when former bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz takes on Marlon Chito Vera at UFC on ESPN.

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UFC on ESPN: Vera vs. Cruz live stream without Reddit streams, Buffstreams or Crackstream 2

Dominick Cruz will be Vera’s biggest test so far. Vera first appeared on The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America. As of December 13, 2021, he is ranked #8 in the UFC bantamweight rankings. He made his MMA debut back in 2012, and won 5 straight fights as a pro. After fighting in Peru, Mexico and other regions in South America. He made his UFC debut at UFC 180, but unfortunately lost that fight via decision. Vera had shaky initial years in the octagon, before cementing his claim as a legitimate threat by winning against the likes of Brad Pickett. Between 2018 and 2019, the most active years for the Ecuadorian, he won five straight fights all by finishes. He grabbed attention when he won against crowd favorite Sean O’Malley, and knocked out Frankie Edgar with a beautiful front kick in his last fight at UFC 268.

He put on a masterful clinic against Rob Font at UFC Vegas 53, which cemented his position as a bona fide contender.

A former two-time UFC Bantamweight Champion and, also the final bantamweight titleholder of World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC), Dominick Cruz is an absolute legend of the sport. Cruz is well known for his unorthodox movement, powerful wrestling base, quick striking, and tendency to attack from angles in a fashion unlike any other fighter on the UFC roster. He won the WEC bantamweight title in March 2010, and won the inaugural UFC Bantamweight Championship the following December. After defending the belt twice in 2011, Cruz was sidelined by injuries in 2012 and subsequently stripped of the title in 2014. On January 17, 2016, he regained the bantamweight championship with a split-decision win over T.J. Dillashaw. Numerous media outlets called this victory the greatest comeback story in MMA history.

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UFC on ESPN Main Card

Marlon Vera vs. Dominick Cruz

Nate Landwehr vs. David Onama

Yazmin Jauregui vs. Iasmin Lucindo

Devin Clark vs. Azamat Murzakanov

Cynthia Calvillo vs. Nina Nunes

Bruno Silva vs. Gerald Meerschaert

UFC on ESPN Preliminary Card

Angela Hill vs. Loopy Godinez

Martin Buday vs. Lukasz Brzeski

Gabriel Benitez vs. Charlie Ontiveros

Ode’ Osbourne vs. Tyson Nam

Youssef Zalal vs. Da’Mon Blackshear

Ariane Lipski vs. Priscila Cachoeira

Where to stream UFC on ESPN: Vera vs Cruz online without Reddit streams, Buffstreams or Crackstream

Here is how you can stream UFC on ESPN:Vera vs Cruz online without using Reddit streams, Buffstreams or Crackstreams.

UFC Fight Pass

UFC Fight Pass is UFC’s very own service which provides live coverage of the fights. The service provided costs around $9.99 a month, with the yearly subscription at $95.99.

The only shortcoming here is that the UFC Fight Pass provides live coverage only until the preliminary card, since ESPN+ has all the rights to the main card.

ESPN+

ESPN+ is currently the top streaming site for UFC. They provide live streaming right from the beginning of the prelims to the very end of the main event in the main card.

The subscription costs around $6 per month. And for a year it is $60, which is pretty low-priced. ESPN+ has exclusive rights of streaming the main card, which has been the reason why UFC Fight Pass provides live streaming only until the prelims.

The preliminary card gets underway at 4:30 pm ET, with the main card three hours later at 7:00 pm ET in the United States – the 13th of August.

Fubo TV

Fubo TV was launched in the year 2015. Since then, they have grown rapidly. They offer two plans, and both the plans include ESPN. The Family Plan provides 100 channels at $65 per month while the Elite Plan has 150 channels at $80 per month.

The preliminary card gets underway at 4:30 pm ET, with the main card three hours later at 7:00 pm ET in the United States – the 13th of August.

BT Sport

BT Sport, the British Telecommunications group has been a big player in the European region, especially in the UK. UFC streaming can be caught live on BT Sport Box Office and also on the BT Sport App. The subscription cost is around 15 euros per month.

The preliminary card gets underway at 9:30 pm GMT, with the main card three hours later at 12:00 am GMT in the United Kingdom– the 13th and 14th of August.

Sling TV

Sling TV offers ESPN in their plans too. They currently have two plans – Orange and Blue. Orange costs $35 per month and the Blue plan costs $50 per month.

Sony Sports Network

Sony Sports Network has grown in leaps and bounds over the past few years. They have an immense presence in the South Asian region, especially India.

They have a lot of channels on their network, with a dedicated Sony LIV App too. The subscription cost is Rs.299 per month, while the yearly subscription costs Rs.999.

The preliminary card gets underway at 2:00 am IST, with the main card three hours later at 4:30 am GMT in India– the 14th of August.

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