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UFC 250: Nunes v Spencer - Live stream, TV channel, instant full fight replay link and prelim card info on BT Sport
Pound-for-pound contender and two-weight world champ Amanda Nunes puts her featherweight crown on the line against Felicia Spencer in the main event at UFC 250
Amanda Nunes will defend one of her two world titles when she puts the featherweight strap on the line against Felicia Spencer at UFC 250
The UFC returns to BT Sport screens once again this weekend as momentum gathers in the world of MMA following the coronavirus crisis.
Headlining UFC 250, Brazil's Amanda Nunes aims to further bolster her credentials as the finest female mixed martial artist of all time when she takes on featherweight challenger Felicia Spencer.
Nunes has not lost since 2014 and currently reigns as champion in both the featherweight and bantamweight divisions.
Spencer will be hoping she can be the woman to do the impossible when she steps into the Octagon on Saturday night, coming into the bout with a record of 8-1 since turning professional.
Elsewhere, there will be significant movement in the bantamweight division with six contenders jostling for supremacy
When is UFC 250: Nunes v Spencer?
The event will be shown exclusively live at 1am (3am main card) on Saturday 6 June on BT Sport 1 HD and across our digital platforms.
What if I can't watch UFC 250: Nunes v Spencer live?
You won't miss miss a second of the action thanks to our interactive timeline, which lets you control your own viewing experience by allowing you to scroll back through the entire card - or skip to your preferred fight using our 'chapters' feature.
And most importantly, the entire card will remain available to watch spoiler-free immediately after broadcast. Just bookmark this page and return at your leisure to tune in from the outset.
You can also rewatch the fight on BT Sport 3 HD and online this Sunday evening at 9pm.
UFC 250: Nunes v Spencer Main Card
Amanda Nunes (c) v Felicia Spencer - Women's featherweight
Raphael Assuncao v Cody Garbrandt - Bantamweight
Aljamain Sterling v Cory Sandhagen - Bantamweight
Neil Magny v Anthony Rocco Martin - Welterweight
Eddie Wineland v Sean O'Malley - Bantamweight
UFC 250: Nunes v Spencer Prelims
Alex Caceres v Chase Hooper - Featherweight
Ian Heinisch v Gerald Meerschaert - Middleweight
Charles Byrd v Maki Pitolo - Middleweight
Cody Stamann v Brian Kelleher - Bantamweight
Alex Perez v Jussier Formiga - Flyweight*
Alonzo Menifield v Devin Clark - Light heavyweight*
*UFC Fight Pass exclusive
How to live stream UFC 250: Nunes v Spencer on a laptop
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A link to the live stream will also be available on the bt.com/sport home page.
How to live stream UFC 250: Nunes v Spencer on a phone or tablet
Anyone wanting to watch the fights can open the BT Sport app at 1am on Saturday night and follow the link at the top of the homepage.
How to watch UFC 250: Nunes v Spencer on TV
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