How To Watch UFC 285: 2023 Jones vs Gane Fight Crad Live Streaming Free

UFC 285 is shaping up to be one of the biggest events of the year for the biggest MMA company in the world, but how can fans watch the event via live stream?


A man that needs no introduction. Jon Jones will be making his return to the octagon after years of inactivity, with ‘Bones’ hoping to defeat Ciryl Gane to earn the UFC Heavyweight Championship in his first bout in the weight class.

There are a number of fantastic fights set to take place on the night and we’ll help you figure out how to watch all the action from the early prelims, prelims and main card.

Keep scrolling to find out everything you need to know about how to watch the live stream for UFC 285.
Where can I live stream the UFC 285 prelims in the UK?

If you’re based in the UK, then it is worth noting that there are two different subscription services that you need to be signed up for, especially if you plan on watching every fight from the Early Prelims, Prelims and Main Card on the night itself.

UFC 285’s Early Prelims and Prelims will be available to watch live via the UFC FIGHT PASS streaming service.

If you’ve never heard of this, it is the bespoke over-the-top streaming service from the biggest promotion in mixed martial arts, offering fans the chance to see pre-Main Card fights for all UFC Fight Night and Numbered PPV cards across the calendar year.

At the time of writing, you can sign up for UFC FIGHT PASS in the United Kingdom for only £6.99 or £71.99 per year. There are also sometimes offers and discounts that fans can take advantage of during the year to watch back some classic PPV cards on the service featuring the likes of Ronda Rousey, Brock Lesnar, Conor McGregor, Georges St Pierre, Israel Adesanya and Khabib Nurmagomedov, so make sure that you keep an eye on the site for those!

Every fight from the UFC 285 Main Card will be available for fans to watch in the UK via BT Sport on the night itself.

BT is the broadcaster of the UFC in the United Kingdom, and the company offers multiple ways to watch UFC content on TV, on desktop and through mobile devices.

If you aren’t already signed up to BT Sport, then you can watch all the Main Card bouts from UFC 285 by purchasing a rolling monthly pass. Signing up for the rolling monthly contract for £25 (price correct as of writing on Tuesday, February 14th 2023).

There’s no commitment with the monthly rolling contract, and you’ll also have access to a number of Premier League, Champions League, Rugby, Motorsport and more, so it’s worth looking at if you’re a fan of multiple sports.

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