UFC 286: Edwards VS Usman live stream without Reddit streams, Buffstreams or Crackstream


UFC 286: Edwards VS Usman live stream without Reddit streams, Buffstreams or Crackstream

The UFC’s return to London in July of last year proved, once again, that the fans in the United Kingdom bring excitement every time, from the opening bout of the night through to the last event.

This weekend, UFC 286 comes to The O2 Arena, and the rowdy fans there will get to watch one of their own defend his title in a rematch of their explosive fight at UFC 278. Leon Edwards will defend his welterweight title against former champion Kamaru Usman.

UFC 286 LP
UFC 286 poster

A rematch was inevitable after the shocking conclusion of their previous encounter in the Octagon.

At UFC 278’s last minute, Edwards landed a left high kick that threw Usman down and out, transforming what was supposed to be a unanimous decision win for the champion into one of the most unexpected events in recent MMA history.

Edwards started well, startling Usman with a takedown early to get out of the gates quickly, but after that, “The Nigerian Nightmare” composed himself and dominated the remaining 19 minutes of the battle. With Din Thomas, Joe Rogan, and Daniel Cormier all saying that Edwards was defeated and resigned to losing a unanimous decision, Jon Anik said, “but that is not the cloth from which he is cut” milliseconds before Edwards jumped high and knocked Usman out.

The exciting nature of this fight stems from the fact that the events in Salt Lake City raised many concerns about the competitors and the bout, many of which are likely to be resolved this coming Saturday in London.

We don’t know how Usman will react to getting knocked out, losing his welterweight title, and seeing his long unbeaten streak end all at once. Will Edwards be able to capitalize on that historic moment, or will he revert to the rhythm and pattern that had him trailing on the scorecards into the last minute?

And how will each man be changed by fighting in London? Will Edwards’s fan base rally around him and encourage him to improve as a candidate? Can Usman thrive as the “away” team trying to beat the home crowd and send them packing?

Even without the UFC welterweight title on the line, this fight has all the makings of a great one.


After losing his second title shot at UFC 274, Gaethje returns for the first time since then. The last time he was in this position, facing a fellow contender after a title fight defeat, he teamed up with Michael Chandler at UFC 268 to turn in the 2021 Fight of the Year at Madison Square Garden. 
Fiziev, who has been challenging his rivals in the rankings for quite some time, has finally been granted his dream and will now fight within the same cage as a member of the Top 5. The skilled and dynamic forward has won his past six matches in a row, and in his last five, he has also won a bonus in each of those matches. You won’t want to miss a second of this one because as the punches start flying, you know it’s a banger.

This Saturday, hometown hero Gunnar Nelson takes the ring in London for the second time in as many weeks, and he’ll be joined by seasoned opponent Bryan Barberena.

After more than two years out from the ring and two consecutive defeats, in March of 2018 Nelson returned to action and won a unanimous decision over Takashi Sato, demonstrating the same distinctive technical abilities that had kept him in the Top 15 for so long before those setbacks. In his first two 2022 appearances, “Bam Bam” pulled up strong victories over veterans Matt Brown and Robbie Lawler. However, in December, he was unable to accomplish the hat trick, losing via submission to Rafael Dos Anjos in Orlando in the second round.

UFC 286 Main Card

  • Leon Edwards vs Kamaru Usman
  • Justin Gaethje vs Rafael Fiziev
  • Gunnar Nelson vs Bryan Barberena
  • Jennifer Maia vs Casey O’Neill
  • Marvin Vettori vs Roman Dolidze

UFC 286 Preliminary Card

  • Jack Shore vs Makwan Amirkhani
  • Chris Duncan vs Omar Morales
  • Sam Patterson vs Yanal Ashmoz
  • Muhammad Mokaev vs Jafel Filho
  • Lerone Murphy vs Gabriel Santos
  • Christian Leroy Duncan vs. Dusko Todorovic
  • Jake Hadley vs Malcolm Gordon
  • Joanne Wood vs Luana Carolina
  • Jai Herbert vs Ludovit Klein
  • Juliana Miller vs Veronica Hardy

Where to stream UFC 286: Edwards vs. Usman without Reddit streams, Buffstreams or Crackstream

Here is how you can stream UFC 286: Edwards vs. Usman 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+ 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.

United States
Main Card: 5pm ET / 2pm PT on ESPN+
Prelims: 3pm ET / 12pm PT on ESPN News
Early Prelims: 1pm ET / 10am PT on UFC FIGHT PASS

Fubo TV

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

United States
Main Card: 5pm ET / 2pm PT on ESPN+
Prelims: 3pm ET / 12pm PT on ESPN News
Early Prelims: 1pm ET / 10am PT on UFC FIGHT PASS

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.

Main Card: 10pm GMT (Saturday) on BT Sport Box Office
Prelims: 8pm GMT (Saturday) on UFC FIGHT PASS, BT Sport and BT Sport Youtube
Early Prelims: 6pm GMT (Saturday) on UFC FIGHT PASS

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 in 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.

Main Card: 2:30am IST (Sunday) on Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 2, Sony TEN 3 and Sony LIV

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