How To Watch UFC London Fight Night Live In NZ?

How to watch UFC Fight Night London in New Zealand? Featuring heavyweight contenders Blaydes vs Aspinall and Hermansson vs Till in the middleweight bout. Today we look at all the ways to watch this up and coming mixed martial arts event (MMA), produced by Ultimate Fighting Championship to be held on Saturday 23rd July 2022, at the O2 Arena in London, offering a PPV experience in NZ on Sunday 24th July at 3pm. 

UFC is returning to London for the first time in 3 years thanks to COVID-19 and is scheduled to take place in a packed O2 arena with 17,000 fans. The cheapest tickets cost $200 up to $5,000 for ringside. To accompany the main event are a series of bouts including Mokaev vs Charles Johnson, Molly McCann vs Hannah Goldy and Nikita Krylov vs Gustafsson. The action doesn't stop there, with a further 5 bouts taking place. 

  • NZ Start Time: From 3pm
  • NZ Date: Sunday July 31st 2022.

How to Watch UFC Fight Night London In New Zealand?

The only broadcaster is Sky Sports Arena which requires you to purchase the pay per view which costs $39.95. You can buy this using either a Sky satellite subscription, or if you've got Sky Sport Now you can purchase the PPV. Further UFC Fight Night offers the stream.

Alternatively Spark Sport customers can also purchase the PPV for $39.95 through the pay-per-view addon section of your account. 

How to Watch UFC Fight Night London Cheaper

The cheapest country in the world to buy a UFC pay per view from is the Philippines where a subscription only costs $17.52 USD per month.

Anyone can signup for a UFC Philippines account, they simply need to be residing within the country. Thankfully you can use a VPN to bypass geo-restrictions and get yourself a Philippines IP address and buy UFC Fight Night this way instead. 

Step 1: Get a PureVPN account to use Philippines IP address

Step 2: Signup for UFC Fight Pass

Step 3: Choose the UFC Fight Night PPV and buy

Step 4: Enjoy the big fight!


As you can see from the table above, New Zealand is nearly twice the price.

Step 1: Get A VPN Provider

To watch UFC live or on demand in New Zealand you can use the Philippines account though you’ll need to use the best VPN provider to pretend you’re in Manila.

UFC allows you to buy a pass with any form of payment, you just need a valid IP in the chosen country.

There are many different VPN providers out there on the web, from our experience the cheapest and most affordable option is PureVPN.

You’ll be able to buy a VPN using your New Zealand credit card/Paypal.

Step 2: Download & Install VPN Application

You’ll need to decide how you plan on accessing UFC channel. You could use your smart TV, Apple TV or just a computer web browser.

You’ll need to download the PureVPN Application to your device first, then their app or visit their website.

Login with the details you were provided via email during signup.

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Step 3: Choose Philippines Server

You’ll now need to connect through to a Manila based server.

You’ll be advised by the VPN app once your IP has changed and you’re routing your connection via the Philippines.

You’ll now be able to go to the MMA website/app and create an account.

Step 4: Start Watching UFC Live In New Zealand

You’ll now be able to play any of the on demand content available.

Keep your account and watch again next time!

How to Watch UFC London Fight For FREE?

If you want to watch UFC Fight Night for free then you will need to think outside the box. We don't recommend using streams that people share online, the quality is terrible.

It's a well known fact that KIJK.NL is a free to air provider that streams all UFC PPV events to those in the Netherlands. 

  • Signup for a PureVPN subscription or other provider
  • Open the VPN app and connect to a Netherlands server
  • Surf to the following website: 
  • Find the fight photo on the homepage
  • Start watching the live event for free.
  • Best PureVPN Alternatives

    1. ExpressVPN - Provides excellent speeds and some of the best Netflix servers, ideal for those heavy demand streamers.
    2. Surfshark - The cheapest provider, offering unlimited devices streaming and various modes for combating geo-restrictions. Probably the fastest vpn. 
    3. NordVPN - Offers high levels of security combined with torrent friendly servers, but comes at a cost. 

    What is UFC Fight Night London

    The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is an American Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) production company, the biggest of such in the entire world and featuring the best fighters on offer.

    The UFC is based in Las Vegas, Nevada, and was established in 1993, with the first event taking place in Denver Colorado.

    The Fight Night experience is taking UFC on the road, with International events including Abu Dhabi, London, Sydney, Auckland and Paris. 

    Originally, the premise of the UFC was to pit fighters of different styles and weights against one another, such as the question of whether a “wrestler can beat a boxer”, in what was described as a “War of the Worlds” type event in late 1993.

    It was intended to be a one-off event, but the popularity of it let to its gradually development into the UFC of today.

    At its inception, interest was devoted to determining which fighting style was most effective. Competitors of many disciplines, such as boxing, ju-jitsu, Muay Thai and judo, amongst others, fought against one another with no distinct weight classes.

    Through such a vast combination of different styles, it indirectly led to the development of the modern sport of MMA, which encompasses elements of many different fighting styles.

    how to watch ufc nz

    The UFC, at present, uses 9 different weight classes. The minimum weight class is strawweight, with competitors typically between 106-115 lbs, or between 48 and 52 kilograms. The maximum weight class is heavyweight, inclusive of those fighters weighing between 206-265 lbs, or 93-120 kilograms.

    Non-title fights allow a very minor one-pound exception to the weight rules, whereas title fights strictly fall between the precise numbers of the given weight class.

    The UFC has currently hosted 487 events, with 18 more booked for the remainder of 2019, which would put the number at 505. This equates to roughly 19 events per year on average. As such, the UFC has been criticised for hosting too many events, and therefore diminishing the quality of each particular event.

    Despite this, the UFC has continued to surge in popularity and viewership. Ultimate Fighting Championship has continued to expand worldwide, with TV deals in Australia, Asia and Europe, becoming a multi-billion dollar, global powerhouse of a sports producer.

    At least some degree of the UFC’s popularity can also be garnered from its investment into a women’s’ league. In November 2012, the UFC confirmed its interest in women’s MMA through the signing of then Strikeforce champion Ronda Rousey, who would go on to become the premier champion of women’s UFC.

    Rousey held the title for three years until she lost a fight with Holly Holm, this match attracting over 56,000 live attendees, which was record breaking for a UFC event. Women’s MMA, in light of this, has and will continue to grow and develop as a sport.

    The rules of UFC are lengthy, and pertain to the rules of MMA established in New Jersey titled the “Unified Rules of MMA”. Pertinently, rounds last no more than 5 minutes, and continue until a fighter either taps out, is knocked out; either physically or technically, or disqualified for a rule violation. The winner of the match is determined by a panel of three judges, utilising a scoring system to determine the winner.

    What's the fight card for UFC London 2022?

    Mandy Bohm vs Victoria Leonardo – Women’s Flyweight Bout
    Muhammad Mokaev vs Charles Johnson – Flyweight Bout
    Makwan Amirkhani vs Jonathan Pearce – Featherweight Bout
    Molly McCann vs Hannah Goldy – Women’s Flyweight Bout
    Marc Diakiese vs Damir Hadzovic – Lightweight Bout
    Paul Craig vs Volkan Oezdemir – Light Heavyweight Bout
    Alexander Gustafsson vs Nikita Krylov – Light Heavyweight Bout
    Jack Hermansson vs Darren Till – Middleweight Bout
    Curtis Blaydes vs Tom Aspinall – Heavyweight Bout.

    Further matches are scheduled, however as of today this is all we know (confirmed).