UFC Vegas 69: Andrade vs. Blanchfield live stream without Reddit streams, Buffstreams or Crackstream

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Here is how you can stream UFC Vegas 69: Andrade vs. Blanchfield live without the use of Reddit Streams, Buffstream or Crackstreams

The third week of the UFC’s current eight-week run of Saturday events features a return to the UFC APEX and a fight card headlined by a pivotal and intriguing flyweight bout. Here is a comprehensive look at this weekend’s events.

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Andrade vs Blanchfield poster

In this riveting five-round main fight, former title challenger and strawweight champion Jessica Andrade squares up against hot prospect Erin Blanchfield. Andrade replaces her compatriot Taila Santos, making her second appearance in the Octagon this year after dominating Lauren Murphy at UFC 283 in Rio de Janeiro last month. Andrade, a seasoned contender in two categories, brings a different level of aggression and power to the cage than most flyweight competitors, and he hopes to achieve his fourth consecutive victory — and second in 2023 — this weekend.

Blanchfield has earned two victories in each of her first two years on the UFC roster, followed up her successful rookie campaign with tandem finishes in her sophomore season. In June, the 23-year-old submitted veteran JJ Aldrich with an opportunistic guillotine choke, and in November at Madison Square Garden, “Cold Blooded” overpowered Molly McCann, having the beloved British fighter submit to a kimura midway through the opening round.

This weekend’s main event could potentially determine the next challenger for the flyweight championship, depending on Manon Fiorot’s recovery from the surgery she underwent following her victory at UFC 280 in October. Champion Valentina Shevchenko is scheduled to defend her title early in the month of February. A decisive victory for either lady would solidify their status as possible opponents for Shevchenko and further clarify the hierarchy of the 125-pound weight class.

In Saturday’s co-main event, at light heavyweight, Jordan Wright fights recent TUF finalist Zac Pauga, who are both headed in opposite directions.

Wright jumps up to the 205-pound division after a three-fight losing streak and a difficult 1-4 record at middleweight. He won his promotional debut against Ike Villanueva at light heavyweight and views the transition in weight class as an opportunity to once again demonstrate the abilities and technical ability that led to each of his 12 career stoppage victories.

Mohammed Usman defeated Pauga in the heavyweight division finals of The Ultimate Fighter, Season 30, Heavyweight Division. A former NFL running back, the Elevation Fight Team member was always anticipated to return to the 205-pound class, in which he went 5-0 before appearing on the long-running reality television series.

Saturday’s fight is an opportunity for both men to change the opinions fans may have of them based on their recent performances and, perhaps, launch a successful run inside the Octagon. The styles of Wright and Pauga are radically different, so it will be intriguing to observe which guy is able to set the terms of engagement and exert control over the outcome of this match.

In the heavyweight division, Josh Parisian welcomes Jamal Pogues for the first time to the Octagon. both competitors have achieved a pair of DWCS victories.

Before joining the UFC, Parisian won on Season 2 and Season 4, with a stint on The Ultimate Fighter sandwiched in between, for a 13-3 record. Since his debut near the end of 2020, he has alternated victories and losses, but enters Saturday’s race off a come-from-behind victory over Alan Baudot.

The rookie Pogues won in Season 3 and Season 6, securing his spot on the sport’s grandest stage with a unanimous decision victory over Paulo Renato Jr. last fall. The Las Vegas native was a highly touted prospect early in his career, and his two defeats have come against strong opponents; he’s also only 27 years old, making him a heavyweight infant.

This is a pivotal bout for both men, as Frenchman seeks to maintain his momentum and Pogues makes his UFC debut looking to make an impact. Whichever can best utilize this advantage on Saturday should emerge victorious. Parisian is the most physically imposing of the two, but Pogues will have the edge in athleticism.

UFC Vegas 69 Main Card

  • Jessica Andrade vs Erin Blanchfield
  • Jordan Wright vs Zac Pauga
  • Josh Parisian vs Jamal Pogues
  • William Knight vs Marcin Prachnio
  • Jim Miller vs Alexander Hernandez

UFC Vegas 69 Preliminary Card

  • Lina Lansberg vs Mayra Bueno Silva
  • Jamall Emmers vs Khusein Askhabov 
  • Ovince Saint Preux vs Philipe Lins 
  • Nazim Sadykhov vs Evan Elder
  • AJ Fletcher vs Themba Gorimbo 
  • Clayton Carpenter vs Juancamilo Ronderos 

Where to stream UFC Vegas 69 online without Reddit streams, Buffstreams or Crackstream

Here is how you can stream UFC Vegas 69 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 pm ET, with the main card three hours later at 7 pm ET in the United States – the 18th of February.

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 pm ET, with the main card three hours later at 7 pm ET in the United States – the 18th of February.

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 pm GMT (18th of February), with the main card three hours later at 12 am GMT in the United Kingdom– the 19th of February.

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.

The preliminary card gets underway at 2:30 am IST(18th of February), with the main card three hours later at 5:30 am IST – the 19th of February.

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