UFC 241 Live Streams: How to Watch Cormier vs Miocic 2 (and The Rest) Anywhere Tonight

It's almost time for Daniel Cormier and Stipe Miocic again. The long awaited UFC 241 Main Event rematch is almost here as the massive MMA event is back in California. Is the sound good? Then keep reading to find out the best ways to get UFC 241 live - no matter where you are in the world.

Stipe Miocic defended his title three times before losing to Cormier via first-round knockout at UFC 226 last July. Cormier, who already held the light heavyweight title at the time, became the new heavyweight champion and only one of four fighters to hold two UFC titles at the same time. he is loved to defend his crown tonight, but not by much.

While Cormier fought three times last year, Miocic hasn't fought a match since his defeat, but he's hoping for a rematch. At UFC 241, Miocic will get his shot and we'll see if he or Cormier is the better fighter.

Elsewhere on the cards today, Nate Diaz will return to the octagon for the first time since his August 2016 loss to Conor McGregor and the former lightweight title will take on Anthony Pettis in a welterweight bout.

Whether you're rooting for Cormier or Miocic in today's MMA action, we'll show you how to get a UFC 241 live feed from anywhere in the world - for us viewers, you should go straight to ESPN+.

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Live coverage of UFC 241 outside of your country

Don't worry if you're a huge UFC fan but not in the US to see what with ESPN+ coverage this weekend. If you're looking for geo-blocked coverage, you can try using a VPN and change your IP address to a US server and view this week's main map as if you were at home.

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Main Map

-Daniel Cormier (c) vs. Stipe Miocic - for the world title

-Nate Diaz vs. Anthony Pettis

-Paulo Costa vs. Yoel Romero

-Gabriel Benitez and Sodik Yusuff

-Derek Brunson and Jan Heinisch

Preliminary Maps

-Clay Collard and Devonte Smith

-Rafael Assuncao vs Sandhagen measles

-Giagos Christos and Drakkar Klose

-Manny Bermudez and Casey Kinney

Early Preliminary Maps

-Cifers Hannah and Jody Esquibel

-Brandon Davis and Kyung Ho Kang

-Shana Dobson and Sabine Mazo

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