watch Pereira vs. Procházka 2 (UFC 303)

Get ready, fight fans, because UFC 303 is finally here on June 29 – live and direct from the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. The main event is a much-anticipated Light Heavyweight rematch between Alex Pereira and Jiri Procházka. The main card also features a must-watch fight between Michael Venom Page and Ian Garry. Of course, UFC 303 was supposed to feature Conor McGregor – but he is out with a broken toe. Despite this disappointment, however, the show must go on!

The main card will begin at around 22:00 ET (19:00 PT / 03:00 AM GMT), and below, we’ll explain how to stream all of the action live, whether you’re in the US, the UK, or Australia.

This post will only recommend official sources for watching Pereira vs. Procházka 2. Pirated versions are prone to DMCA take-downs mid-stream and laggy and low-resolution viewing experiences. Unofficial streams can also put your security at risk. Instead, we recommend you use the official streaming sources detailed below.

The platforms showing UFC 303 are all region-locked, meaning you’ll need a VPN to watch your usual services while traveling abroad.

How to watch UFC 3o3 (Pereira vs. Procházka 2) online abroad

Most of the services showing UFC 303 are region-locked, and you’ll see an error message if you try to use them abroad. However, accessing geo-restricted content like the Pereira vs. Procházka 2 fight is easy with a VPN. Follow the steps below to watch UFC 303 from abroad (outside the US).

Here’s how to livestream UFC 303 online from anywhere:

  1. First, sign up for a suitable VPN. We particularly recommend NordVPN, although Surfshark and ExpressVPN are both high-quality alternatives.
  2. Download and install the VPN software, ensuring your device’s and operating system’s correct version.
  3. Choose one of the official sources from the list below.
  4. Connect to a VPN server in the appropriate country. For instance, you’d use a US server to unblock ESPN+ or a UK server to watch TNT Sport.
  5. Play a video on your chosen site. In most cases, it will begin immediately. If it doesn’t, you can fix most issues by clearing your browser’s cookies and cache and then refreshing the page.

This event will be broadcast live, and as such, we strongly recommend testing your VPN with the steps above well before it’s due to begin. This way, you’ll have plenty of time to get help from your VPN’s customer support team if anything goes wrong and avoid missing the start of what’s sure to be a very exciting event.


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How to watch UFC 303 on US TV

How to watch UFC 303 on US TV

UFC 303 is a pay-per-view fight and will be shown on ESPN+ PPV in the US. As such, you’ll need not only an ESPN+ subscription which costs USD $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year, but you’ll also need to pay $79.99 to watch the fight live.

Here’s how to watch UFC 303 Pereira vs. Procházka 2 in the US:

It’s worth mentioning that all of the above services are geo-blocked. As such, to watch them from abroad, you’ll need a VPN with US servers. NordVPN comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, allowing you to try it risk-free.

Where else can I watch UFC 303 live online?

MMA has grown in popularity over the last few years and now has a huge international audience. Below, we’ll let you know how to livestream UFC 303 outside the US.


How to watch UFC 303 on UK TV

BT Sport is the current rights holder for UFC events broadcast in the UK and has recently rebranded its online service to TNT Sports. You can grab an online pass on Discovery+ for GBP £29.99 per month. Unfortunately, though, this doesn’t come with any kind of a free trial.

UFC Fight Pass also lets you stream the prelims and early prelims live for £6.99 per month, with the main card fights coming two days later.

TNT Sports is only available in the UK, so you’ll need a VPN to get a UK IP address if you’re currently abroad.


How to watch UFC 303 on Australian TV

Australian fans can stream Pereira vs. Procházka 2 on Kayo although it’s a PPV event which costs AUD $59.95. However, the good news is that you don’t need a separate subscription to purchase the PPV (this would otherwise cost $25 a month). Keep in mind that Kayo Sports is region-locked. To use it abroad, you’ll have to connect to an Australian VPN server.

Who is the favorite to win?

As most people would expect, Alex Pereira is the favorite to win this five-round title fight. The odds makers currently have Pereira -145, which seems fair considering that Jiri Procházka seemed to be winning the first fight until Periera KO’d him.

Procházka has admitted that Periera possesses insane power, even suggesting that the Brazilian is working with Shamans to conjure magical strength. During the press conference, Procházka asked Pereira to make this fight a fair bout between the two of them – suggesting that he leave the magic behind for the rematch.

This unusual take aside, there is no doubt that the fact that this is a short-notice rematch adds a lot of tension, and with Pereira slowly making his way towards becoming the pound-for-pound GOAT, all eyes will be on this incredible main event.

Elsewhere, the fight between Garry and MVP has Garry as the favorite. Most people will be hoping that MVP can upset this betting line with a rock-solid KO on one of the UFC’s most loved-to-be-hated fighters!

UFC 303: full schedule

EventMatchWeight Class
Early Prelims Michelle Waterson-Gomez vs. Gillian Robertson Women's Strawweight
Andrei Arlovski vs. Martin Buday Heavyweight
Rei Tsuruya vs. Carlos Hernandez Flyweight
Ricky Simón vs. Vinicius OliveiraBantamweight
PrelimsJoe Pyfer vs. Marc-André Barriault Middleweight
Cub Swanson vs. Andre Fili Featherweight
Charles Jourdain vs. Jean Silva Featherweight
Payton Talbott vs. Yanis Ghemmouri Bantamweight
Main eventAlex Pereira (c) vs. Jiří Procházka Light Heavyweight
Brian Ortega vs. Diego Lopes Featherweight
Anthony Smith vs. Roman Dolidze Light Heavyweight
Mayra Bueno Silva vs. Macy Chiasson Women's Bantamweight
Ian Machado Garry vs. Michael Page Welterweight

UFC 303: FAQs

How do I get UFC 303?

The best streaming options for UFC 303 depend on your location. If you’re in the US, you’ll need an ESPN+ account. UK fans can watch via TNT Sports, while you can stream on Kayo Sports in Australia.

How much does UFC 303 cost?

How much UFC 303 costs depends on the streaming service you opt for. While ESPN+ costs just $9.99 (USD) a month, you’ll have to account for any applicable PPV charges too (in this case, $79.99). TNT Sports and Kayo Sports are much less expensive at £29.99 (GBP) and $25 (AUD) respectively. Of these three options, only Kayo Sports offers a free trial (7 days) for new customers.

Who's fighting in UFC 303?

UFC 303 will feature a stacked card from top to bottom. The headlining fight is Pereira vs. Procházka 2. Watch out for Brian Ortega vs. Diego Lopez in the co-main, and MVP vs Garry to kick the main card off.

Can I get in trouble for streaming UFC abroad?

Using a VPN to get around regional sports restrictions isn’t actually illegal in most countries, though it does go against most streaming sites’ terms of use. Still, in the unlikely event that your platform of choice realizes you’re using a VPN, you’ll simply be asked to turn it off. If you’re having difficulty securely streaming UFC abroad, you can always ask your VPN’s support team whether there’s a specific server that will work.