Watch UFC 274 Live Real-time updates from the Oliveira-Gaethje and Namajunas-Esparza fight night

UFC 274 Live: The UFC 274 live stream, you’ll see a show that was almost what we were told to expect. Not only are there two big title fights at the top of the card Charles Oliveira vs. Justin Gaethje and Rose Namajunas vs. Carla Esparza but Chandler vs. Ferguson’s worthy of attention in its own right. But about that main event.

But in breaking news, Charles Oliveira has just been stripped of his UFC lightweight championship after failing to make weight again. If Gaethje wins, he’s going to be the new champ. If Oliveira wins? The belt is then vacated.

Namajunas vs Esparza is an unlikely rematch only in that it’s taken over seven years to happen. In 2014, Esparza (the then-veteran) tapped out the rising Namajunas, cutting her momentum down after a whole season of filming The Ultimate Fighter together. Now, Namajunas is the champion of the women’s strawweight division that was created at the time of their first fight. She’s also a two-time champion. Esparza? Well, she’s on a five-fight win streak.

The lightweight division has big momentum riding on the result of Michael Chandler vs. Tony Ferguson. Both have lost their previous fights, and will look to make this fight their rebound match.

As for odds: DraftKings has Oliveira as a slight favorite at -135 (wager $135 to win $100), down from -165 earlier this week, and Gaethje at +115 (wager $100 to win $115), again tighter than the +145 line earlier this week. Namajunas is also a favorite to win at -210 (over Esparza’s +175), and Chandler is a stronger favorite at -365 to Ferguson’s +280.

Here’s everything you need to know about UFC 274 live streams, including the recent changes to the main card and prelims.

UFC 274 live streams: Get the PPV and a whole year of ESPN Plus

You’re going to need ESPN Plus to watch UFC 274 live streams and all the upcoming numbered UFC PPVS so let’s talk about the best deal to make this happen. You can get UFC 274 plus a year of ESPN Plus for $99.98, which is savings of $45 (ESPN Plus costs $69.99 per year and UFC 274 costs $74.99).

The main prelim fights are on both ESPN and ESPN Plus, so those who haven’t subscribed to the latter yet can get a taste of it all for themselves, before forking out the cash.

ESPN is available on most cable packages, as well as two of the best streaming services: namely Sling TV (Orange) and FuboTV.

UFC 274 Early Prelim fights start at 6 p.m. ET on UFC FightPass, which is $9.99 per month. Then, the higher-up set of prelim fights that start at 8 p.m. ET, on ESPNEWS and ESPN Plus.

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