UFC 248: Adesanya Vs. Romero is happening in just a few days, and ESPN+ has an offer to bring the fight to your TV or mobile device's screen at a discount. New subscribers to ESPN+ can score a full year of membership along with access to UFC 248 when it airs on March 7 all for just $84.98. That saves you more than 25% off their normal price and is like paying just $20 for access to ESPN+.
Exclusively for new members, ESPN+ is offering a discount on UFC PPV 248: Adesanya Vs. Romero and a one-year ESPN+ subscription when you purchase both at the same time. That saves you over 25% off their cost separately!
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Learn more about all the ways you can stream this weekend's fight in this UFC 248 guide.
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