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Watch UFC 234 on your PlayStation 4 this weekend with pay-per-view service

And pick up a 10% discount if you’re a PS Plus member

UFC fans can watch this weekend’s UFC 234 direct from their PS4*. The UFC middleweight championship match-up will see current title holder Robert Whittaker defend both his belt and a nine-fight winning streak against Kelvin Gastelum. Also on the card, former middleweight champ Anderson Silva faces off against rising star Israel Adesanya.

UFC 234

Event times and how to watch

The Melbourne-based event kicks off on Sunday 10th February at 3.00am GMT/4.00am CET, with catch up available later if you missed it live.

Getting ready for UFC 234 is easy. Head to PlayStation Store on your PS4 and search for “UFC 234”. You can pre-order the pay-per-view now, with PS Plus members getting 10% off the event price. Once done, you’re all set.

You can find the event in your ‘My Videos’ App on your PS4 dashboard. A timer countdown will keep you informed on the event’s start time and you’ll be able to watch the livestream as soon as the event starts. For more information, click here.

The IBO Super Middleweight World Championship match**

UFC 234

Later this month DeGale faces off against Eubank Jr for the Super Middleweight World Championship. The match will air live on 23rd February, with the event kicking off at 7.00pm GMT/8.00pm CET and you can watch the drama unfold direct from your PS4.

Pre-orders are live now, letting you reserve the best seat in the arena from the comfort of your sofa. Once done, the only thing you need to plan is what snacks you’re getting in for fight night.

*This pay per view event is only available in Germany, Spain, Russia, Australia and Austria.

**This pay per view event is only available in United Kingdom and Ireland.

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Not showing up in my search….

Probably because the UK isn’t on the list.

Whoops…. thought I was on the playstation blog.

MiseryPrincess 10 February, 2019 @ 22:38
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The PS blog, home of articles about phone games and dull sports events~!

(I guess unlike the phone game article you could actually use this on a PS something, so a small improvement)

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