In the US, DAZN is a great choice for cord-cutters who love combat sports like boxing and MMA. It also has darts, snooker, some soccer games, and even some original documentary content. But what if you want a DAZN alternative in the US? What are your options? In this guide from Flixed, we’ll be taking a look at a few of your top alternatives including FITE TV, Peacock, ESPN+, and Paramount+. Let’s get into the details.
FITE TV is definitely a good alternative to DAZN if you love combat sports and want to save some money. It’s got different fighters and promotions than DAZN, but it’s still a great option for watching MMA, boxing, wrestling, and more. Let’s get into the details.
FITE TV plans and pricing
Fite TV costs $4.99/month or $49.99/year for the Fite+ plan, which is a lot cheaper than DAZN’s $19.99/month or $99.99/year price tag. If you’re looking to save some cash on your streaming services, it’s a good DAZN alternative.
FITE TV live and on-demand content
FITE TV has lots of combat sports promotions including Top Rank, BKFC, Unified MMA, Celebrity Championship Boxing, UCMMA, and more. You get ad-free unlimited access to all PPV matches 30 days after they air, as well as two monthly FITE credits to watch PPVs of your choice on the app.
In total, you get unlimited on-demand access to PPVs from 140+ organizations covering everything from bare knuckle boxing to Brazilian jiu jitsu, professional wrestling, and more. If you’re a combat sports fan, it’s definitely a compelling content lineup.
FITE TV simultaneous streams
You can watch FITE TV on up to three devices at once, which is more generous than DAZN’s two-stream limit. This may make FITE TV a better DAZN alternative for larger households.
In addition to boxing and MMA, DAZN has some soccer content and professional wrestling promotions, too. If that’s the kind of content you’re interested in, Peacock may be right for you. This streaming service is home to the WWE and England’s Premier League, one of the top soccer leagues in the world.
Peacock is free, but if you want to watch WWE or Premier League soccer, you’ll need a paid subscription. Live content is only available to paid users. Peacock offers the $4.99/month Premium plan, which has ads on VOD content, as well as the $9.9/month Premium Plus plan, which has ad-free VOD content. You’ll still see ads on live content like soccer matches and wrestling matches.
The biggest draw of Peacock for DAZN fans would be Premier League soccer and WWE. Peacock has more than 175 Premier League games each year, featuring marquee clubs like Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham, and Manchester City.
It’s also the exclusive home of the WWE, which is far and away the most popular professional wrestling promotion out there. You can watch WWE events live on Peacock, and you can also dive into a truly tremendous archive of past WWE events, documentaries, and special features. If you’re a wrestling fan, it’s really a must-have.
There’s tons of other content, too. You get lots of sitcoms, dramas, and other shows from NBC, so there’s something for the whole family – not just fans of fighting sports, WWE, and soccer. This makes it a pretty good value if your household has diverse tastes.
Peacock simultaneous streams
If you’ve got a Peacock subscription, you can watch on up to three devices at once, which is better than the two streams that DAZN offers. This makes it a little easier to share your subscription during peak viewing hours.
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Another option to consider is ESPN+. It has tons of amazing sports content and lots of documentaries, and it’s also the exclusive home of the UFC, and hosts every UFC pay-per-view match, as well as lots of other MMA content.
ESPN+ costs $6.99/month or $69.99/year, so it’s a good deal compared to DAZN. You also have the option of including it in the “Disney Bundle,” which includes Hulu, ESPN+, and Disney+ for $13.99/month (ads on Hulu) or $19.99/month (no ads on Hulu).
The Disney Bundle is definitely an attractive option for cord-cutters looking to save money. You can watch sports, recently-aired TV, and tons of original content all in one place with these three streaming services.
One of the biggest draws of ESPN+ is that it’s currently the exclusive home of the UFC. It has tons of UFC content, and is also home to all of its top PPVs (which cost an extra fee, naturally). You can watch tons of archived fights and shows about the UFC, too.
But ESPN+ has tons of other sports, too, like English Championship soccer, rugby, lacrosse, cricket, golf, baseball, hockey, and tons of other sports. You also get full access to the full library of ESPN sports shows and documentaries, like the highly-regarded 30 For 30 series. That means this streaming service packs in a lot of value.
Like all the previous streamers on this list, ESPN+ comes in with three simultaneous streams, which means that it has one more stream compared to DAZN’s two streams. This should be plenty for most cord-cutters and their households.
Finally, Paramount+ is another streaming service to consider as a DAZN alternative. It has some combat sports, but mostly focuses on other sports like NFL football and soccer. Read on and see if it’s right for you.
Paramount+ costs $4.99/month for the Essential plan, which has ads on VOD content. You’ll pay $9.99/month for the Premium plan, which is ad-free on VOD, but still has ads on live content, as you’d expect. This means it’s cheaper than DAZN, even if you pay for the ad-free Premium plan.
As far as sports go, Paramount+ has lots of great live content to offer. You can watch the NFL on CBS with the Premium plan, as well as the UEFA Champions League, Serie A, the UEFA Europa League, Combate Global MMA, the Women’s World Cup Qualifiers, and lots of other sports.
There’s a good amount of on-demand sports content, too, and tons of other non-sports-related movies and shows like Star Trek: Picard, The Good Doctor, NCIS, Halo, and tons of others. Like Peacock, this makes it a good choice if you and your family watch some sports and combat sports, but have diverse taste.
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