The Middleweight World Title is on the line, but can relative newcomer Refael Lovoto Jr. defeat the highly-decorated reigning champ, Gerard Mousasi? You’ll want to watch every bit of this fight. Bellator 223 will take place on June 22 at the SSE Arena in London. You can watch Bellator 223: Mousasi vs. Lovato on Kodi, both in the US and abroad using a VPN.
Important note: We only recommend official Kodi addons below. Bellator only offers limited broadcast events, usually through paid TV services. This may lead some Kodi users to resort to pirated streams from third-party Kodi addons. However, you can access Bellator for free or for a low cost on Kodi without having to use untrustworthy addons. In this guide, we explore all of your free and low-cost options to get Bellator 223 on Kodi without privacy risks.
If you want to watch Bellator 223 in Canada, the UK or anywhere else outside of the US, a VPN will be required. We’ll explain how and which ones work.
Warning: Kodi should only be used for content to which you have the legal right to access. Neither the Kodi Foundation nor Comparitech advocates the use of Kodi for piracy.
How to watch Bellator 223 on Kodi with a VPN
US residents stream Bellator 223 through DAZN or Paramount Network. Unfortunately, DAZN has no free trial in the US. Paramount Network, however, can be acquired through one of several internet TV streaming services, including Sling TV which has a Kodi addon.
Those outside of the US may be able to sign for DAZN and use a VPN to get access to the US version for Bellator 223. Alternatively, you may be able to sign up to Sling TV while outside the US to get access to Paramount Network and Bellator 223.
To get started with your VPN, do the following:
- Sign up to a trusted VPN service. IPVanish is our recommended service for Kodi users, but you may also want to try: ExpressVPN, NordVPN, or CyberGhost.
- Install the VPN app on your chosen device. You’ll want to install your VPN onto the same device you plan to use for streaming (laptop, desktop, Amazon Firestick, etc.). Note that no VPNs currently work on Roku devices.
- Connect to a US VPN server. Connect to any server located in the US before trying to access your chosen streaming service.
- Install your Kodi addons, sign in to your streaming account, and stream Bellator 223.
No Kodi addon works perfectly, and no VPN will work perfectly with every addon or streaming service. We can’t guarantee you’ll be able to access DAZN US or Sling TV while abroad. For this reason, we recommend you test all of your streaming and VPN options well before the June 22 event begins. Luckily, all of the VPNs we recommend come with money-back guarantees.
You can watch Bellator 223: Mousasi vs. Lovato for free on Kodi if you use a few key sources. Free trials will be needed in order to get the event for free. All DAZN and Paramount Network streams are region-locked to the US, so a VPN will be necessary to get access abroad.
How to watch Bellator 223: Mousasi vs. Lovato on Kodi
There are two options to watch Bellator 223 on Kodi:
- Sling TV (Paramount Network)
DAZN costs $19.99 per month if you’re signing up in the US. If you’re outside of the US, you can sign up to DAZN with a free trial (7 to 30 days, depending on your country). Those outside of the US may also be able to access the Bellator 223 event by using a VPN connected to a US server.
DAZN has very extensive VPN blocking, but we’ve found some VPNs work to bypass content in the past. There’s no guarantee, however, so we recommend testing your VPN options to see if any will work.
Sling TV carries Paramount Network in their streaming packages and offers a 7 day free trial. If you’re in the US, Sling TV is your best option. You can sign up for a free trial, log in via the Kodi apps to live stream the event, then cancel your subscription afterward.
Those outside the US may still be able to use Sling TV, however. Normally, you can’t access this service outside the US because it requires a US payment method. However, if you use US-based gift cards from MyGiftCardSupply, you may be able to sign up for an account (with your VPN activated) and still watch the event from abroad. Gift cards for Sling TV are available.
Note that if you sign up to Sling TV from abroad, you’ll need to use the same VPN server location when creating the account and streaming Bellator 223.
DAZN Kodi addon – Free trial available outside the US
DAZN costs $19.99 per month in the US. Costs vary in other countries, but every other country where DAZN is available comes with a free trial of either seven days or one month.
You’ll find the DAZN Kodi addon in the official Kodi addons repository.
Once you’ve created your DAZN account and downloaded the addon, enter your email address and password into the Kodi addon’s settings to access the live streams.
Sling TV Kodi addon – Free trial subscription available (US)
You can get Paramount Network through Sling TV by signing up to Sling Blue or Sling Orange with the Comedy Extra addon package.
Sling TV offers a 7-day free trial, but you won’t get the free trial if you sign up using the 40 percent off deal currently advertised. That said if you’re using a gift card to sign up to Sling TV while abroad, you may as well use this option as you’ve already paid for the gift card anyway.
The Sling TV Kodi addon is available in the official Kodi addon repository.
Once you’ve created your Sling TV account, you can enter your email address and password into the addon’s settings, then access the Bellator 223 event on Paramount Network.
Bellator 223: Mousasi vs. Lovato fight card and event details
Bellator 223: Mousasi vs. Lovato takes place on June 22 at the SSE Arena in London. The preliminary event starts at 6:30 PM EST / 11:30 PM GMT. The main fight card starts at 9 PM EST / 2 AM GMT.
The preliminary fight card includes the following fights:
- Chris Bungard vs. Charlies Leary (Lightweight)
- Kevin Fryer vs. John Redmond (Middleweight)
- Nathan Greyson vs. Frans Mlambo (Bantamweight)
- Galore Bofando vs. Keith McCabe (Welterweight)
- Walter Gahadza vs. Oliver Enkamp (Welterweight)
- Terry Brazzier vs. Alessandro Botti (Lightweight)
- Kate Jackson vs. Lena Ovchynnikova (Women’s Flyweight)
- Nathan Rose vs. Luke Ord (Featherweight)
- Justin Burlison vs. Wendle Lewis (Welterweight)
- Denise Kielholtz vs. Bryony Tyrell (Women’s Flyweight)
- Alfie Davis vs. Jorge Kanella (Lightweight)
The main card includes the following fights:
- Gerard Mousasi (c) vs. Rafael Lovato Jr. (Middleweight World Title)
- Paul Daley vs. Erick Silva (Welterweight)
- James Gallagher vs. Jeremiah Labiano (Catchweight)
- Melvin Manhoef vs. Kent Kauppinen (Light Heavyweight)
- Michael Shipman vs. Costello van Steenis (Middleweight)
- Fabian Edwards vs. Jonathan Bosuku (Middleweight)
- Charlie Ward vs. Justin Moore (Middleweight)
- Aaron Chalmers vs. Fred Freeman (Catchweight)