With the ongoing Bellator Featherweight World Grand Prix Tournament, mixed martial arts fans are thrilled to watch fights. Finalists for Quarterfinals are already announced and the earliest match would happen in December this year. These matches will determine the winner to fight the current featherweight champion, Patricio Freire.
Other tournaments such as Bare Knuckle fighting and Combat Federation Brave 29 showcase more events this November and as a fan, you won’t want to miss these. If you want to catch the latest matches, you can use your smartphone to access streaming apps and websites.
Today, there are a number of mobile apps dedicated to watching exclusive MMA events, UFC, Boxing, and other sports. By subscribing to streaming services, you can watch different events anywhere you go. Here’s how to watch MMA on a smartphone.
The best mobile application you can use to watch MMA fights is the Bellator MMA app. It features Prelim fights for free, ticket information, a full fight library, and the Bellator shop. The app can also provide information on exclusive events, fighter stats, and a list of fighters.
Probably the best thing about this app is that fans can act as prognosticators and offer opinions about each match. As an MMA enthusiast, the Bellator MMA app is definitely an entertaining mobile application that is free to download.
Fite offers live streams of the exclusive MMA events for a minimum price. There are three major membership options including an all-access wrestling streaming service, Impact Plus for reality shows, and HonorClub for HDNet exclusive interviews and compilations. The ROH Pay Per Views options offer discounts for members.
MMA events are available for members for free viewing or a minimum amount of $9.99 and $19.99 for major events. Besides these live events, members can also access the fight catalogs, previous episodes, and live chat for discussion.
Get the best value for money by streaming the exclusive MMA events for DAZN members. This mobile application stacks lineups of fights that can be accessed with a variety of devices such as mobile phones, tablets, and computers. For a monthly subscription of $19.99, members can watch live content on-demand, access library of classic fights, and more.
DAZN also supports smart television for home viewing. For smartphones, you only need to download the app, register and confirm payment for the subscription. Streaming is also the best quality with full HD 1080 resolution.
When it comes to sports, ESPN surely is one of the most reliable platforms for updates on news, pre-event information, and live streaming. Sporting events can be watched through the ESPN+ streaming service, which costs $4.99 per month.
Aside from MMA, you can also watch other sporting events such as soccer, basketball, UFC, and more. The ESPN app is available in the Apple Store and Google Play. Besides live sports streaming, the ESPN+ subscription allows members to access documentaries, exclusive shows, and radio shows.
If you want to enjoy both sports access to home television and your phone, DirecTV offers bundles for both Internet entertainment and Cable. The Internet package lets you watch live sports events from different channels and apps for only $59.99 per month.
The best thing about the DirecTV is, you can record shows up to 200 hours. Anywhere you go, as long as you have an internet connection, you can watch the latest MMA events. The mobile app is available on Apple Store, Google Play, and Amazon Kindle Fire.
Mixed Martial Arts is thrilling to watch for people who love action, especially in sports. The rise of the MMA events only shows that more people are interested in the sport and are willing to pay for live streaming.
If you are a die-hard fan of mixed martial arts and you want to get access to live events and shows, make sure to download the mobile applications mentioned. By paying only minimum monthly subscriptions, you can watch the shows anywhere you are. For full access, consider getting the premium subscription services that support streaming shows more than one device at a time.