UFC 229

Fight night is finally HERE! And so is UFC 229: Conor McGregor – back from the UFC wilderness and as ready as he’ll ever be to face off against the intimidating Russian Khabib Nurmagomedov. If you’re going to catch one MMA showdown this year – this decade! – then make it a McGregor vs Khabib live stream. We’ll make sure that you know how to watch UFC 229 no matter where in the world you are.

The time for trash talking is over and both fighters will have to let their moves in the UFC Octagon speak for themselves. The ‘Notorious’ Conor McGregor hasn’t been inside it for almost two years, with last year’s insanely hyped boxing match against Floyd Mayweather taking his time. But now he’s back to show that he’s no spent force in the organisation synonymous with the Dubliner. McGregor enters UFC 229 with three career defeats to his name, while opponent Khabib carries a perfect 26-0 professional record, making his credentials plain to see.

The Russian will want to drag the lightweight duel into a wrestling match. Not so McGregor who will hope to keep a distance and deliver his deadly strikes. The contrast in styles and calibre of the fighters – not to mention the personal animosity between them – means we could be in for a true classic in Las Vegas. With that duel in store, plus an enticing undercard featuring Tony Ferguson vs Anthony Pettis and Ovince Saint Preux vs Dominick Reyes among others, UFC 229 is one not to be be missed.

Sure, you may have seen word on the likes of Reddit about the dodgy streams you may be able to get for this fight, but if you want to stay legal (and get a quality stream), then you should read on to find out how you can watch this tasty MMA action from anywhere in the world – and on just about any device – using our VPN and live stream guide.

The time for trash talking is over and both fighters will have to let their moves in the UFC Octagon speak for themselves. The ‘Notorious’ Conor McGregor hasn’t been inside it for almost two years, with last year’s insanely hyped boxing match against Floyd Mayweather taking his time. But now he’s back to show that he’s no spent force in the organisation synonymous with the Dubliner. McGregor enters UFC 229 with three career defeats to his name, while opponent Khabib carries a perfect 26-0 professional record, making his credentials plain to see.

The Russian will want to drag the lightweight duel into a wrestling match. Not so McGregor who will hope to keep a distance and deliver his deadly strikes. The contrast in styles and calibre of the fighters – not to mention the personal animosity between them – means we could be in for a true classic in Las Vegas. With that duel in store, plus an enticing undercard featuring Tony Ferguson vs Anthony Pettis and Ovince Saint Preux vs Dominick Reyes among others, UFC 229 is one not to be be missed.

Sure, you may have seen word on the likes of Reddit about the dodgy streams you may be able to get for this fight, but if you want to stay legal (and get a quality stream), then you should read on to find out how you can watch this tasty MMA action from anywhere in the world – and on just about any device – using our VPN and live stream guide.

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It’s not unusual that a single event would cost different amounts in different countries. But what is perhaps stranger is that a McGregor vs Khabib live stream has different prices on the same watching platform (UFC TV) depending on where in the world you are.

For example, you’ll need to come up with $64.99 in the US to pay for the main event at UFC 229. Yet in the Philippines it costs the equivalent of around $17 USD. So depending where in the world you and your TV, computer or laptop is, you could end up paying less than the host country the US.

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IPVanish currently tops our chart of best Kodi VPN providers thanks to its fast speeds and tight security. And don’t forget that it’s also running a 69% off promotion for its two year plan over the course of October.

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