UFC 237 Live Stream : UFC 237 Namajunas vs Andrade takes place on Saturday, May 11 at Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
UFC 237 will take place Saturday, May 11. Pay-per-view coverage begins at 10 p.m. Rose Namajunas and Jessica Andrade should enter the Octagon around 12:15 a.m.
The main card (ufc 237 live) on pay-per-view can be purchased for $59.99. Every PPV can be seen exclusively through the end of 2025 on ESPN+.
Are you prepared for the battle in Brazil? Rose Namajunas and Jessica Andrade are the headline act this Saturday in Rio de Janeiro and you’re in the right place to discover how to get a UFC 237 live stream – it doesn’t even matter where in the world you are.
The main event features Rose Namajunas heading down into enemy territory to defend the women’s strawweight title against Brazilian Jessica Andrade.
In the co-main event, former middleweight champion and all-time great Anderson Silva faces Jared Cannonier. Also, former featherweight titleholder Jose Aldo battles top contender Alexander Volkanovski.
The main event will have Namajunas (9-3) competing for the first time since beating Joanna Jędrzejczyk in their rematch by unanimous decision at UFC 223 in April 2018. The 26-year-old stopped Jędrzejczyk’s dominant championship reign at five consecutive title defenses when she battered the former champion inside one round to capture UFC gold for the first time.
Meanwhile, Andrade (19-6) has bounced back from her missed opportunity to unseat Jędrzejczyk at UFC 211 in May 2017 by winning three in a row, including her last time out when she viciously knocked out former title challenger Karolina Kowalkiewicz in just under two minutes at UFC 228 back in September.
UFC 237 is a top-heavy card with one notable undercard bout, pitting former two-division world champion B.J. Penn up against Clay Guida. Here’s everything you need to know about UFC 237.
Whoever you’re cheering on during this weekend’s MMA action, we’ll show you how to live stream UFC 237’s main card from anywhere in the world – for US viewers, you should just head straight to ESPN+.