How to watch Pereira vs. Adesanya 2: UFC 287 Main Card

UFC 287, a jam-packed pay-per-view event, is back and will take place inside Miami-Dade Arena in Miami, Florida, on Saturday night. The main event, a highly anticipated Middleweight championship rematch between Alex Pereira and Israel Adesanya, promises to be one of the most entertaining and action-packed UFC events of the year.

UFC 287

  • Date: Saturday, April 8
  • Main Card: 10:00 p.m. ET
  • Prelims: 8:00 p.m. ET
  • Live Stream: FITEPASS (watch now)

Jorge Masvidal will face Gilbert Burns of Brazil in the co-main event and will be attempting to win again in his native city. One of the most well-liked UFC fighters, Masvidal, is coming off a defeat to Kamaru Usman, and he’ll be hoping to get back on track by winning in front of his supporters at home. Burns, on the other hand, recently defeated Stephen Thompson and will attempt to capitalize on that success by defeating Masvidal.

Where to stream or watch UFC 287 free live broadcast

If you’re a fan of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, you already know that ESPN+ is the only place in the United States to watch UFC pay-per-view events. Additionally, you must register for the service in order to access the UFC 287 live stream. Unfortunately, you can’t stream the Pay Per View event free legally, but you can watch the biggest fight via Fitepass only at $19.99 from anywhere in the world.

UFC 287 fight preview

Jorge Masvidal returns to the Octagon this evening in the co-main event of UFC 287, taking on Gilbert Burns.

Masvidal will fight in front of his home crowd in Miami before the main event, which will feature Israel Adesanya vs. Alex Pereira for the middleweight title.

Masvidal hasn’t fought since March 2022, when he was outpointed by bitter rival Colby Covington for his third straight loss – following two defeats by then-champion Kamaru Usman. Meanwhile, Brazilian Burns, who most recently defeated Neil Magny in January, is another former title challenger.

Pereira defeated Adesanya for the UFC middleweight title with a TKO in November, and the Brazilian also has a points win and a knockout over the “Last Stylebender” from their kickboxing days.

Adesanya, a Nigerian-New Zealander, was on track to win their first MMA match five months ago after nearly stopping Pereira at the end of the first round. However, “Poatan” won in the final round, capping off his rapid rise up the middleweight rankings.

Before the main event, fan favorite Jorge Masvidal will face Gilbert Burns, a fellow former welterweight title challenger, in front of a home crowd in Miami.

UFC 287 PPV Main Card 

  • Gilbert Burns vs. Jorge Masvidal
  • Rob Font vs. Adrian Yanez
  • Kevin Holland vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio
  • Christian Rodriguez vs. Raul Rosas Jr.

UFC 287 Prelims Card 

  • Kelvin Gastelum vs. Chris Curtis
  • Luana Pinheiro vs. Michelle Waterson
  • Chase Sherman vs. Karl Williams
  • Gerald Meerschaert vs. Joe Pyfer