UFC 277: LIVE YT Radio-Style PBP — ‘Peña vs Nunes 2’ & ‘Moreno vs Kara-France’ Commentary

Join us Saturday, July 30th, 2022, for a LIVE ‘radio style’ play-by-play broadcast in the player above of the UFC 277 PPV (pay-per-view) MAIN…

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UFC 277: LIVE YT Radio-Style PBP — ‘Peña vs Nunes 2’ & ‘Moreno vs Kara-France’ Commentary
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Join us Saturday, July 30th, 2022, for a LIVE ‘radio style’ play-by-play broadcast in the player above of the UFC 277 PPV (pay-per-view) MAIN CARD, with LIVE updates, commentary, results & reactions; which will begin at 10/7PM ETPT, around the start of the Main Card opener between Magomed Ankalaev vs. Alex Perez. The event is being simulcast in English & Spanish on ESPN+ from The American Airlines Center, in Dallas, Texas.

Throughout the telecast, our host, Matt Ryan, & co-host Brendan Sokler, will bring you all of the face-punching goodness the UFC can provide…along with the completely legal and totally not real person Dan A. White. The team will be streaming LIVE from the YELLiNG! studios inside the diner from the Series Finale of The Sopranos. Please join us and be sure to subscribe to Combat Culture on YouTube while you are there.

The UFC is showcasing a World Championship Doubleheader this weekend at their UFC 277 PPV event. So, we get two title fights, a heavyweight brawl, a flyweight scrap and a light heavyweight tilt, providing us with as much bang for our buck as the UFC can muster.

A highly-anticipated rematch is going down this weekend at UFC 277 in the main event, as Juliana Peña and Amanda Nunes clash once again for the bantamweight championship. In December of last year during UFC 269, Peña defeated Nunes by submission in what many consider the greatest UFC upset of all time. Now, fans are anxious to see whether Peña can defend her new bantamweight title against its former owner.

The co-main is sure to be a barnburner. We will be treated to the ‘Assassin Baby’ Brandon Moreno battling it out for the now UFC Interim Flyweight Champion, against the dangerous entity, Kai ‘Don’t Blink’ Kara-France.

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CHAMPIONSHIP TRILOGY! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to O2 Arena, London England, on Sat., March 18, 2023, with newly-minted Welterweight kingpin, Leon Edwards, running it back with former 170-pound champion, Kamaru Usman, for a third (and likely final) time. In UFC 286’s pay-per-view (PPV) co-main event, all-action Lightweight knockout artists, Justin Gaethje and Rafael Fiziev, will lock horns with the winner inching closer to a future Lightweight title shot.

Don’t miss a single second of EPIC face-punching action!

As if that weren’t enough excitement for one night, the UFC is also showcasing much-anticipated non-title bouts between Alexandre Pantoja and Alex Perez, as well as phenom Magomed Ankalaev vs. Anthony Smith in the main card opener. Bonus excitement comes when Welterweights, Alex Morono and Matt Semelsberger are pitted against one another as the Featured Prelim, to wrap up a stacked Preliminary card.

We’re all excited enough for this card to shout at the television set along with you SATURDAY NIGHT, starting 15 minutes before the PPV main card kicks off alongside Brendan Sokler, Stephanie Sottile moderating the chat and Olive being a fat baby and giving her thoughts throughout the event.

In other words, UFC 277 can’t start soon enough! Admit it, you’re interested … and you’re potentially invested in this

If not — or you’re just unable (or unwilling) to shell out $74.99US (for current subscribers) or if you need an ESPN+ subscription at $6.99/mo currently, that brings it up to a whopping $81.98 plus tax (for the PPV and ESPN+ annual subscription deal) — don’t worry, we’ve got you covered…

We’re going to call every moment of UFC 277’s PPV main card on our YouTube channel LIVE Saturday night at 10PM ET, bringing you as close to Dallas as we can from our New Jersey-based studio (video player embedded above for your convenience).

Remember that Bloodyelbow.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC 277 fight card right here. Tonight’s show will air as a PPV event on ESPN+. Coverage will start with four Early Preliminary card fights on ESPN, ESPN+ AND now free on the ABC TV Network, which should commence around 6PM ET, then the remaining four Featured Prelims will air on UFC Fight Pass, ABC, ESPN & ESPN+ at 8PM ET. Finally, the main card will air on ESPN+ PPV. That kicks off at 10/7PM ETPT, which is when our live stream commentary will begin for you on our Combat Culture YouTube Channel.

To check out the latest and greatest UFC 277: ‘Peña vs. Nunes 2’ news and notes be sure to hit up our comprehensive event archive right here.

Here’s a look at the UFC 277: ‘Julianna Peña vs Amanda Nunes 2’ Main Event PPV fight card & current records —

13. The ReMatch for the UFC Bantamweight Championship: Julianna Peña (11-4) vs. Amanda Nunes (21-5)

12. UFC Interim Flyweight Championship: Brandon Moreno (19-6-2) vs. Kai Kara-France (24-9)

11. 285lbs: Derrick Lewis (26-9) vs. Sergei Pavlovich (15-1)

10. 125lbs: Alexandre Pantoja (24-5) vs. Alex Perez (24-6)

9. 205lbs: Magomed Ankalaev (17-1) vs. Anthony Smith (36-16)

For the AUDIO version of this stream, visit our Bloody Elbow Presents SoundCloud channel, later this weekend at:

Although we are not providing a radio-style play-by-play prelims show, we will have results posts for you here on Bloody Elbow. Here is a look at the Prelims Card with current fight records:

8. 170lbs: Alex Morono (21-7) vs. Matt Semelsberger (10-3)

7. 155lbs: Drew Dober (24-11) vs. Rafael Alves (20-10)

6. 265lbs: Don’Tale Mayes (9-4) vs. Hamdy Abdelwahab (3-0)

5. 155lbs: Drakkar Klose (12-2) vs. Rafa Garcia (14-2)

4. 170lbs: Michael Morales (13-0) vs. Adam Fugitt (8-2)

3. 125lbs: Ji Yeon Kim (9-5-2) vs. Joselyne Edwards (11-4)

2. 205lbs: Nick Negumereanu (12-1) vs. Ihor Potieria (14-3)

1. 170lbs: Orion Cosce (7-1) vs. Blood Diamond (3-1)

Check out our dual-site run, COMBAT CULTURE YouTube Channel, for more MMA variety & content, visit both BloodyElbow.com & MMAmania.com online, as well as on twitter and IG – we work together every Pay-Per-View (PPV) event in order to make this show available everywhere; and you can follow Matt Ryan on twitter – @MRyanconsulting, or at Jesuismattryan on Instagram.


UFC 277 is exclusive to ESPN+, so if you’re looking to stream this event, non-ESPN+ subscribers will need to sign up for ESPN+ (monthly or annual) and then purchase UFC 277, as PPVs are only available to ESPN+ subscribers.

Besides the ability to buy the Peña vs. Nunes 2 PPV live stream, an ESPN+ subscription delivers a ton of UFC content including free UFC Fight Night live streams, highlights, and post-fight analysis. The streaming service also has plenty of other free live streams for sports including soccer, baseball, and hockey. ESPN+ offers the ability to stream live, rewind, or replay on up to 3 devices at once and is available to watch on a variety of connected devices, including Roku, Fire TV, Xbox, Apple, Google Chromecast, PlayStation, and more.

If you’re already an ESPN+ subscriber, you can purchase UFC 277 for $74.99. ESPN also offers two bundle packages:

UFC 277 & The Disney Bundle: This package provides you with a $13.99/month subscription to ESPN+, Disney+, and Hulu (ad-supported) and UFC 277 ($74.99) for $88.98 plus tax. You can also purchase an ad-free Hulu version of the bundle for $19.99/month, if you prefer.

UFC 277 & ESPN+ Bundle: ESPN is offering another bundle that includes one UFC PPV and a one-year ESPN+ subscription for $99.98. You can also purchase ESPN+ for $6.99/month (rather than an annual chunk of cash), and then buy UFC 276 for $74.99.

Hulu & ESPN+: You can also stream UFC pay-per-view events live on Hulu. Subscribers with the ESPN+ add-on, as well as those who signed up for The Disney Bundle, can watch live events and ESPN+ programming on the Hulu app or website. You’ll need an active subscription to both Hulu and ESPN+ (individual plans start at $6.99/each or you can purchase the Disney Bundle) and then you’d buy the event through ESPN+. Once purchased, you can stream UFC 277 directly through the Hulu app, Hulu.com, or any supported devices. Again, per Hulu, only subscribers who have signed up for the standalone ESPN+ add-on, or who subscribe to The Disney Bundle, will be able to access ESPN+ content in the Hulu app. Visit Hulu’s UFC page for additional information.

How to Catch UFC 277 Online Free: Although there is no way to (legally) watch UFC 277 for free online, there IS indeed a way to access the UFC 277 prelims live stream for FREE. Unlike the main card, the prelims will be broadcast on both ABC and ESPN. If you get a free trial to a live TV streaming service like DirecTV Stream or fuboTV, you’ll get a free live stream of ABC or ESPN, and be able to watch UFC 277 for free online during the prelims. When it’s time for the main card PPV portion of the show, just pull up your YouTube app and access our Combat Culture YT channel for complete Radio-Style PBP Live Commentary for the entire five bouts on the PPV, including both title fights!

On Sunday, July 31st, join us for the 6th ROUND POST-FIGHT SHOW, for hot takes, possible next fights, results, and reactions to the overall event with your Bloody Elbow fight experts, Zane Simon & Eddie Mercado. Find this in-depth analysis to the UFC 277 event after the fights on our BE Presents YouTube and SoundCloud channels:

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June M. Williams
June M. Williams

June M. Williams is the Bloody Elbow Production Manager & Ombudsperson, as well as our Podcast Syndicator. She is also an acting author, editor & lead fixer for Bloody Elbow. She began work for the Combat Sports Division of SB Nation in 2010, making BE her primary home since 2013.

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