During this unprecedented time in the world, sports fans are anxiously waiting for sports to come back. While there are not a whole lot of live sports happening right now, there are still ways to watch sports and get all the breaking news sports fans need to know.
There are a lot of ways to get sports content, but the best ways to watch sports during the COVID-19 pandemic are listed below.
5. UFC Fight Pass
There might be times for die-hard sports fans to fight somebody for missing out on sports. To let some steam out, it’s best to see other people let steam out in the octagon with UFC Fight Pass.
For $9.99 per month, you can get thousands of hours looking at live combat sports from around the globe, access to the UFC Fight Library, and original series and shows. For 95.99 per year, you can get the same content but 20% cheaper. Also for every UFC PPV, you can gain access to exclusive preliminary fights that viewers don’t see on TV.
4. Pluto TV sports channels
Have you ever thought of watching sports without a network subscription? You can do that with Pluto TV. Pluto TV is 100% free for every channel, including all of its sports channels. Sports channels include a Major League Soccer channel and ElevenSports, which features different sports and live events from all over the world.
While there is no live baseball right now, you can still view classic games on MLB.TV. During the COVID-19 pandemic, MLB.TV is showing archives from the last two seasons, including the two previous World Series. All you need to do is create an account and start watching.
On April 13, Orange County, FL mayor Jerry Demings announced the WWE is considered an essential business, which means the WWE is allowed to have live events without fans at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando and at Full Sail University.
You can watch Monday Night Raw and NXT on Wednesday nights on the USA Network and watch Friday Night Smackdown on FOX. Also for $9.99 per month, you can watch the entire WWE Library and every past and future pay-per-view on the WWE Network. The first month on the WWE Network is free for new subscribers.
1. ESPN+ and ESPN app
ESPN+ mostly showcases original series and documentaries. However, you can watch unlimited historic sports moments for only $4.99 per month.
ESPN+ shows previous UFC pay-per-views and old school boxing matches including Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson fights. ESPN+ also shows every 30 for 30 documentary and the best moments of every sport and featured athletes like Tom Brady and Lebron James.
If you don’t want to pay for ESPN+ and have a TV subscription, passionate sports fans can live stream all ESPN networks on the ESPN app. The ESPN app showcases everything sports including international sports and special events like the NFL Draft next week.
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