UFC 284 Live Stream. MMA fans in the United States can watch UFC 284. You can watch it for free TV apps, Ruku, Apple TV, Amazon FireTV, LG smart TVs, Vizio smart TVs, iOS, and Android devices.
UFC 284: Makhachev vs Volkanovski airs live on PPV from RAC Arena in Perth, Australia on Sunday February 12, which makes it Saturday February 11 in the United States. MMA event features a series of bouts headlined by a pair of championship matchups.
On the top of fight card, newly-crowned lightweight champion Islam Makhachev (23-1) makes the first defense of his belt against current featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski (25-1) of Australia. Makhachev claimed the vacant title by submission in the second round against Charles Oliveira last October. Volkanovski last fought in July 2022 when he earned a unanimous decision in the trilogy fight against former champion Max Holloway and made the fourth successful defense of his strap. The championship bout is scheduled for five rounds.
In the five-round co-main event, No. 2-ranked contender Yair Rodriguez (14-3, 1 NC) of Mexico and No. 5-ranked contender Josh Emmett (18-2) of the US contest for the interim featherweight title. Among other bouts featured on the UFC 284 fight card, Randy Brown (16-4) of Jamaica squares off against Jack Della Maddalena (13-2) of Australia at welterweight. Plus, Parker Porter (13-7) of the US takes on New Zealand-born Justin Tafa (5-3) of Australia at heavyweight. Kicking off the action, Alonzo Menifield (13-3) of the US and Jimmy Crute (12-3) of Australia duel at light heavyweight. The full fight card can be found below.
UFC 284 start time in USA, Makhachev vs Volkanovski
MMA fans in the United States can watch UFC 284: Makhachev vs Volkanovski live stream on ESPN+ PPV. The date is Saturday, February 11. The time is 10 pm ET / 7 pm PT.
The PPV price is $79.99. The PPV Package (PPV and ESPN+ Annual) is $124.98, and then $99.99 per year.
The preliminary card begins at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT, following the early prelims kicking off at 6 pm ET / 3 pm PT live stream on ESPN+.