The 128th edition of UFC Fight Night will be held on the 21st of April at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Arguably the biggest fight scene on the East Coast, Atlantic City will be a great location for the MMA battle.
The last time the UFC held an event in Atlantic City was in 2014, a long time back considering the city is second to Las Vegas in terms of high profile fights. The main event for UFC Fight Night 128 is a 5-round fight between the Lightweight division’s rising star Edson Barbosa #4 and Kevin Lee #6. The co-main event will pit #4 Frankie Edgar against #6 Cub Swanson in a 3-round Featherweight division match.
The main card will feature other high profile bouts with
- Dave Branch vs. Thiago Santos (Middleweight),
- Jim Miller vs. Daniel Hooker (Bantamweight),
- Patrick Cummins vs. Corey Anderson (Light Heavyweight),
- Brett Johns vs. Aljamain Sterling (Bantamweight).
As for the preliminaries, you will be treated to high-action bouts including:
- Siyar Bahadurzada (Middleweight) vs. Luan Chagas (Welterweight),
- Magomed Bibulatov vs. Yuta Sasaki (Flyweight),
- female Bantamweight Aspen Ladd vs. Leslie Smith,
- Ryan LaFlare vs. Alex Garcia (Welterweight),
- Justin Willis vs. Chase Sherman (Heavyweight)
Fox Sports 1 (FS1) will air the main card fights that include the main event and co-main event bouts. The main event will likely start at 6.30 p.m. ET. UFC Fight Pass and FS2 will be responsible for airing the preliminary bouts.
UFC Fight Night can be watched from the Kodi streaming service which is the top choice for streaming live matches. If you do not have a subscription to the UFC Fight Night add-on, there are other third party add-ons available on Kodi that I will introduce in greater detail below.
The main advantage of Kodi is that it’s an open-source and has hundreds of add-ons for streaming different games. However, many Kodi users have been getting copyright infringement notices due to using unofficial add-ons. For this reason, it is best to use a VPN service.
The Best VPN for Kodi
One of the best VPNs for Kodi is Shellfire VPN. While it works with many different devices and even offers a standalone device so that it can be used with a smart TV, it is especially useful when utilizing some of the unofficial third party Kodi add-ons.
Most sports fans know how annoying blackouts are; but when you opt to stream without a VPN, your ISP can throttle your connection resulting in slow transfer speeds. VPNs, however, encrypt and secure your connection so that you are completely invisible while on the internet.
The other significant advantage of VPNs is their ability to bypass geographic restrictions that content providers often put in place. With a VPN, your IP address is masked so that it appears as if you are in a different location – one where the content is accessible.
Shellfire VPN is one of the best VPNs that I have used (and I’ve tested quite a few) – it’s simple and easy to use and the best part is that it is fast! If you recognize that all of your internet traffic is being filtered through this service, speed is especially important and something that should definitely be considered.
Kodi Add-Ons for UFC Fight Night
There are quite a few different Kodi add-ons available for the UFC and, fortunately for you, we’ve given you the best ones below!
The best option when it comes to UFC and MMA, Planet MMA (once known as UFC Finest) has it all. Not only are you able to access pay-per-view events quickly and easily, but there is tons and tons of catch up content related to UFC and MMA. Check out our detailed install guide for instructions and additional information.
While not dedicated to UFC and MMA, SportsDevil is dedicated to Sports! You can find almost anything sports related on SportsDevil and it’s really easy to use. We’ve got a detailed install guide to get you started, so make sure that you check it out. You can watch live sports as well as live TV on SportsDevil, so it’s quite possible that this is the only add-on you’ll ever use!
One of the newer Kodi add-ons, Nemesis is really easy to use. It offers live TV and catchup content but it’s not dedicated to Sports so you might need to look around for the UFC streams. One good thing about Nemesis though is that they offer HD streams and the quality is incredible! Check out our detailed install guide to get started.
Vortex like Nemesis is not dedicated to sports, but don’t let that dissuade you. It still has lots of really good content and is worth looking at. It’s one of the cleanest add-ons I’ve played with in quite a while and I definitely recommend it. We’ve got some instructions to help you get started with Vortex so please take a look at them.
The final add-on that I’d suggest you look at is still one of the best. cCloud again is not a dedicated sports add-on, but it’s is a user supported tool. What this means is that there are hundreds of streams and channels available, so you’re almost guaranteed to find what you are looking for. Check our install guide for cCloud to get started.
These add-ons should definitely get you going and help you gain access to the fight. If there are any others that you use, let us know in the comments so that we can share the knowledge with others. Remember that it is imperative that you have a VPN in place before using these add-ons, as that is your best protection.