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UFC does a good job of making sure that its fans always have something to look forward to. On the heels of Jon Jones' close win in Houston, it's the Middleweights that will take center stage. It's now time to get excited as Israel Adesanya defends his title against Yoel Romero at UFC 248 on March 7, 2020.

This will be the headline fight of an exclusive UFC signature event, that means we'll be watching UFC 248 on UFC PPV on ESPN+.

This fight will be Israel Adesanya's first title defense, after winning the interim UFC Middleweight title back in April last year and then defeating Robert Whittaker for the unified Middleweight Championship in October. Adesanya is putting more than just his belt on the line in this fight. He has an undefeated MMA record as a pro.

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His opponent, Yoel Romero, is the third ranked UFC Middleweight contender. Romero has been close to this title numerous times, with two fights scheduled for the interim belt. He also missed weight in a rematch with Whittaker which cost him a shot at the undisputed championship.

When is UFC 248?

Israel Adesanya and Yoel Romero will face off for the Middleweight championship in UFC 248 on Mar. 7, 2020, from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

How can you stream UFC 246?

UFC events are shown exclusively on UFC Pay-Per-View on ESPN+. That's in addition to the usual ESPN+ subscription, which runs $4.99 a month or $49.99 for a full year. But if you bundle things up with the fight, you can save a bunch. In fact, $84.98 can get new subscribers both UFC 248 PPV and a full year subscription to ESPN+.

However if you already have any ESPN+ subscription, including ESPN+ through the Disney+ bundle, you can choose to get the UFC 248 PPV for just $64.99.

Adesanya-Romero on ESPN+ PPV

UFC 248 on ESPN+

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There's only one way to watch UFC pay-per-view events — and that's on ESPN+. And it'd behoove you to go ahead and get the full ESPN+ subscription with UFC 248 and save big off the full cost of $115.

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