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UFC 222 on Amazon Prime kicks off new PPV streaming partnership

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Kids got the television tied up? Stuck on the road every Saturday night?

No reason you can’t watch the latest and greatest UFC pay-per-view (PPV), thanks to a new partnership with Amazon Prime. In addition, viewers won't need a Prime subscription to watch, they’ll just need the $64.99 asking price.

And this link.

The fun begins with the UFC 222 event this Saturday night (March 3, 2018) inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, headlined by the women’s featherweight title fight pitting Cris Cyborg opposite Yana Kunitskaya.

From the official press release:

Amazon customers now have a convenient and flexible option to watch UFC’s premier events in their living room or on their mobile device or computer. With no additional apps to download and no new passwords to remember, customers can easily find, order and enjoy live UFC action across more than 600 devices on the Prime Video app for TVs, game consoles, set-top boxes and connected devices, including Amazon Fire TV, mobile devices and online.

Times, they are a-changin’.

In addition to “Cyborg vs. Kunitskaya,” UFC 222 will feature former lightweight kingpin Frankie Edgar in the co-main event slot, as he tries to repel 145-pound up-and-comer Brian Ortega, who comes into the bout on short notice, while former heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski takes on 265-pound veteran Stefan Struve.

To see the rest of the UFC 222 fight card and line up click here.