UFC 247 Jones vs Reyes will take place in Toyota Center, Houston, at 10:00 pm ET on February 8. UFC is available exclusively on ESPN+ in the US, while the Prelims are aired on ESPN and ESPN Deportes.

Unfortunately, ESPN is unavailable outside the US, which means you’ll need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to avoid geo-blocking. We recommend using NordVPN as it’s one of the fastest VPN services with the largest server fleet and great security credentials.

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Channels that stream UFC 247 live

Here’s the list of UFC local broadcasters from all over the world and their supported devices:

  • UFC Fight Pass (USA) – Roku, Apple TV, Android, and iOS
  • FightNetwork (Canada) – Roku, Apple TV, Android, and iOS devices
  • Fox Sports (Australia, Mexico) – Android, iOS, and Apple TV
  • Sky Sport or BT Sport (UK) – Mac, Android, iOS, Fire TV, Roku
  • DAZN (Germany) – nearly all Operating Systems, browsers, smart TVs, connected devices, and the Xbox One game console
  • Viaplay (Sweden, Denmark) – Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Apple TV, Android TV, Smart TV, Chromecast, PlayStation 3&4, Xbox One, and Google Home
  • OSN (Middle East) – Windows, Mac, Android, iOS
  • MatchTV.ru (Russia) – Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS (multiple browsers)
  • WOWOW (Japan)
  • Globo (Brasil)

Most of them will allow you to watch UFC 247 locally, so you might need a VPN to spoof your IP address to connect.

How to watch UFC 247 via UFC.tv

To stream via UFC.tv, you need to buy a PPV of the Main card. The Prelims are accessible via ESPN, while the Early prelims require either ESPN+ or UFC Fight Pass.

The UFC.tv app supports many types of devices, including Android, iOS, Fire TV, and Roku.

Even if you find PPV and cable available in your current location, you can still get up to 75% off the PPV price with a VPN.

If you want to pay for the UFC 247 PPV up to three times less, learn below how to do just that by getting access from another country with the help of a VPN.

How to get the cheapest PPV of UFC 247

UFC pay-per-view options

You can get a 75% discount for the UFC 247 PPV because UFC uses geo-blocking and charges each country differently. It also means that in some countries, UFC.tv PPV is unavailable.

The issue of geo-blocking can be solved with a VPN. It hides your real IP address and your location, allowing you to connect from a country where a cheaper UFC 247 PPV is available.

Countries with the cheapest UFC 247 Jones vs Reyes

Here are the cheapest UFC PPVs in different countries and continents (prices converted to $):

    • Russia – $15
    • Germany – $20
    • Indonesia – $24.99
    • Philippines – $24.99
    • Japan – $31
    • Argentina – $34.99
    • Pakistan – $34.99
    • New Zealand – $40.29
    • Canada – $49
    • Australia – $49.75

While the cheapest UFC 247 PPV is in Russia, many best VPN providers no longer have servers in this country because of its requirement to keep logs and other privacy issues. Therefore the best PPV option is Germany.

To stream in HD with a VPN, make sure your download speed is at least 5 Mbps

Before purchasing the PPV, check your connection speed with a VPN turned on. If your speed doesn’t exceed 5 Mbps, chances are you won’t be able to stream UFC 247 in HD. If so, you should instead spend a bit more on a PPV from a less distant country.

NordVPN has 5500+ servers in 59 countries, which means you should be able to watch UFC 247 Jones vs Reyes from anywhere using this service.

How to watch UFC 247 on Kodi for free

How to watch UFC on Kodi for free

You can watch UFC 247 on Kodi for free with the right add-on. Here are some of the best ones:

  • SportsDevil
  • Planet MMA
  • Supremacy
  • Joker Sports
  • Selfless Lite
  • The Loop

If you haven’t installed any third-party add-ons, you need to enable “Unknown sources” first:

  1. On the Kodi Home screen, click on the Settings icon
  2. On the System Menu, select System settings
  3. Scroll down to Add-ons and then turn on Unknown sources. A warning box will pop up after checking the button. Click Yes to turn it on.

As always, don’t forget the risks of using Kodi third-party add-ons and use a VPN to protect yourself and avoid geo-blocking and ISP throttling. We recommend NordVPN or any other service that we have on this list of best VPNs for Kodi.

How to stream UFC 247 on FireTV or FireStick for free

How to stream UFC on FireTV or FireStick for free

The best way to watch UFC 247 Jones vs Reyes on FireTV or FireStick is by installing Kodi on it. Then you should be able to install the add-ons mentioned above and watch Whittaker vs Adesanya for free. In this case, using a VPN is highly recommended to protect your privacy.

Not all VPNs have a native FireTV / FireStick app, though. Therefore, its installation depends on the provider that you’ve chosen. Since we recommend NordVPN to watch UFC live online, here are the detailed instructions on how to add NordVPN on FireTV / FireStick.

List of UFC 247 Jones vs Reyes events

UFC 247 Main card (ESPN+ PPV), 10:00 pm ET

  • Jon Jones (25-1-0, 1NC) vs Dominick Reyes (12-0-0), Main event, Light Heavyweight title fight
  • Valentina Shevchenko (18-3-0) vs Katlyn Chookagian (13-2-0), Co-main event, Women’s Flyweight title fight
  • Juan Adams (5-2-0) vs Justin Tafa (3-1-0), Heavyweight fight
  • Mirsad Bektic (13-2-0) vs Dan Ige (12-2-0), Featherweight fight
  • Derrick Lewis (22-7-0, 1NC) vs Ilir Latifi (14-7-0, 1NC), Heavyweight fight

UFC 247 Prelims (ESPN), 8:00 pm ET

  • Jimmie Rivera (22-4-0) vs Marlon Vera (15-5-1), Bantamweight fight
  • Trevin Giles (11-2-0) vs Antonio Arroyo (9-3-0), Middleweight fight
  • Alex Morono (17-6-0) vs Dhiego Lima (15-7-0), Welterweight fight
  • Lauren Murphy (11-4-0) vs Andrea Lee (11-3-0), Women’s Flyweight fight

UFC 247 Early prelims (ESPN+, UFC.tv Fight Pass), 6:15 pm ET

  • Miles Jones (10-0-0) vs Mario Bautista (7-1-0), Bantamweight fight
  • Domingo Pilarte (8-2-0) vs Journey Newson (7-2-0), Bantamweight fight
  • Andre Ewell (15-5-0) vs Jonathan Martinez (10-2-0), Bantamweight fight

When does UFC 247 start?

The main card of UFC 247 Jones vs Reyes is set to start on Saturday, February 8, at 10:00 pm ET.

Here are the local starting times in different time zones:

  • Los Angeles (PT): 7:00 pm
  • Chicago (CT): 9:00 pm
  • New York (ET): 10:00 pm
  • London (BST): 3:00 am, Sunday
  • Paris (CET): 3:00 am, Sunday
  • Moscow (MSK): 5:00 am, Sunday
  • Tokyo (JST): 11:00 am, Sunday
  • Sydney (AET): noon, Sunday

Any bout can end in a minute or take the whole three to five rounds. As a result, the start of the main event will depend on how long the other duels take. So if you don’t want to miss the main event, make sure you’re in front of your screen at 10:00 pm ET.

What are the UFC 247 predictions?

The fighter odds of each UFC event are subject to fluctuate because of the injuries, poor weigh-in results, and other circumstances.

Please be aware, however, that the information below is not a piece of betting advice! The numbers are to illustrate how (un)evenly matched Jones and Reyes are.

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Jones vs Reyes

  • Odds: Jones (-450) vs Reyes (+350)
  • Prediction: Jones via decision

After less than three years in the octagon, Reyes is getting his first title shot. It will be his 7th UFC fight against a decorated yet controversial reigning Light heavyweight champion, who’s been dominating the league for over a decade and shows no signs of stopping. So, does Reyes even stand a chance against Jones?

Both contestants are of similar height and weight, but “Bones” has a huge reach advantage that he’s been successfully using throughout his professional career. Also, he’s a much more experienced fighter, having fought 27 bouts against Dominick’s 12. Furthermore, while Reyes has a Blue belt in Brasilian Jiu-Jitsu, Jon has been awarded a Purple belt, in addition to his Black belt in Gaidojutsu.

Jones’ submission expertise has translated into winning 26% of his fights on the ground, while Reyes did so only at an 18% rate. But in the last 7 years, “Bones” has won two-thirds of his fights by decision, while “The Devastator” looks more well-versed, combining KO’s, TKO’s, decisions, and submissions. The question remains if he’ll manage to penetrate Jon’s defense.

I would be surprised if Jones would choose a strategy other than dominating throughout the five rounds and winning by a decision. His reach will keep Dominick away from making takedown attempts or landing a powerful blow. Therefore, this quite one-sided match can only become interesting if Reyes takes a huge risk to seize those few moments that Jones might give him.

Upcoming UFC events

  • UFC Fight Night 166 Blaydes vs dos Santos, January 25, 10:00 pm ET – how to watch Blaydes vs dos Santos live
  • UFC 247 Jones vs Reyes, February 8, 10:00 pm ET
  • UFC Fight Night 167 Anderson vs Blachowitz, February 15, 8:00 pm ET
  • UFC Fight Night 168 Felder vs Hooker, February 22, 7:00 pm ET
  • UFC Fight Night 169 Benavidez vs Figureido, February 29, 8:00 pm ET
  • UFC 248 Zhang vs Jedrzejczyk, March 7, 10:00 pm ET
  • UFC Fight Night 170 Lee vs Oliveira, March 14, 8:00 pm ET
  • UFC Fight Night 171 Phillips vs Todorovic, March 21, 7:00 pm ET
  • UFC on ESPN 8 Ngannou vs Rozenstruik, March 28, 7:00 pm ET
  • UFC 249 Khabib vs Ferguson, April 18, 10:00 pm ET