Wondering what events are on ESPN+ in 2019? You’ve come to the right place. In this ESPN+ 2019 events schedule overview, we’re going to take a look at some of the biggest upcoming events that will be aired exclusively on ESPN+. Take a look now, and see what sporting events you can catch on this online-only streaming service from ESPN.

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ESPN+ 2019 Events Schedule – UFC PPV and Fight Nights

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The UFC is now an exclusive partner of ESPN+. ESPN+ will be home to quite a few UFC Fight Night events in 2019, and it’s also now the exclusive home of all UFC PPV matches. Here is a quick overview of all of the PPV matches and Fight Nights remaining in the ESPN+ 2019 events schedule.

  • Saturday, August 10 – UFC Fight Night 156: Shevchenko Vs. Carmouche 
  • Saturday, August 17 – UFC 241: Cormier vs. Miocic 2
  • Saturday, August 31 – UFC Fight Night 157: Andrade vs. Zhang
  • Saturday, September 7 – UFC 242 Abu Dhabi: Nurmagomedov vs. Poirier
  • Saturday, September 14 – UFC Fight Night 158 : Cowboy vs. Gaethje
  • Saturday, September 21 – UFC Fight Night 159 : Rodriguez vs. Stephens
  • Saturday, September 28 – UFC Fight Night 160: Hermansson Vs. Cannonier
  • Saturday, October 5 – UFC 243: Whittaker vs. Adesanya
  • Saturday, October 12 – UFC Fight Night 161: Jedrzejczyk vs. Waterson
  • Saturday, October 26 – UFC Fight Night 162: Weidman vs. Reyes
  • Saturday, November 2 – UFC 244: TBD vs. TBD
  • Saturday, November 9 – UFC Fight Night 163: TBD vs. TBD
  • Saturday, November 16 – UFC Fight Night 164: TBD vs. TBD
  • Saturday, December 14 – UFC 245: TBD vs. TBD
  • Saturday, December 21 – UFC Fight Night 165: TBD vs. TBD

All UFC Fight Night events, which are now also known as “UFC on ESPN+,” will be available to stream on ESPN+ free of charge. There is no additional fee to watch this content.

However, this is not true of the main UFC bouts, which are PPV-exclusive. You will be able to watch undercard content using ESPN+ without paying an additional fee. 

However, once the main card and title bouts begin, you will be blocked from watching the fights, unless you purchase a PPV pass. Currently, the price of UFC PPV on ESPN Plus is $59.99 per match. This may change in the future, though.

For more information about PPV and ESPN+, take a look at the following article: 

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ESPN+ 2019 Events Schedule Top Rank Boxing

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Source: Top Rank Boxing

If you’re interested in combat sports, ESPN+ is definitely a great streaming service for you. Not only do you get UFC, but you also get a good number of boxing events from Top Rank Boxing, one of the top boxing promoters in America. Here is a quick overview of the upcoming Top Rank Boxing matches and events on ESPN+ in 2019.

Saturday, August 10 – Jason Sosa-Haskell vs. Lydell Rhodes

On Saturday, August 10, super featherweights Jason Sosa-Haskell (22-3-4, 15 KOs) and Lydell Rhodes (27-3-1, 13 KOs) will face each other in a 10-round bout at Liacouras Center, Philadelphia, PA. Co-headlining the event is the middleweight bout between Edgar Berlenga and Gergory Trennel.

Interestingly, Sosa-Haskell and Lydell Rhodes were not the original main contenders in this event. Carl “The Jackal” Frampton was expected to face Emmanuel Dominguez, but he fractured his hand on Monday, August 5th, causing the original title bout to be canceled.

Saturday, August 24 – Sergey Kovalev vs. Anthony Yarde

On Saturday, August 24, light heavyweights Sergey Kovalev and Anthony Yarde will battle it out in a 12-round bout for the KBO light heavyweight title, which is currently held by Kovalev. 

Saturday, August 31 – Vasily Lomachenko vs. Luke Campbell

The next Top Rank Boxing event on ESPN+ is a bout between Vasily Lomachenko and Luke Campbell, which will take place on Saturday, August 31st at The O2 Arena in London. The ESPN+ stream will begin at 5:00 PM ET.

This bout will be an interesting one to watch. Vasily Lomachenko is widely considered to be one of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world, and has won world titles in three weight divisions since his debut in 2013.

Luke Campbell, who gained notoriety when he won a gold medal for the UK in the 2012 Olympic Games, will certainly face a formidable challenge as he takes on Lomachenko in this bout, for which the WBA/WBO/WBC lightweight titles will all be on the line.

Saturday, Sept. 14 – Tyson Fury vs. Otto Wallin 

Tyson Fury, who currently holds the lineal heavyweight title, will take on up-and-comer Otto Wallin in Las Vegas on Saturday, September 24. 

Title fight: Tyson Fury vs. Otto Wallin, 12 rounds, for Fury’s lineal heavyweight title

Saturday, Sept. 14 – Sunny Edwards vs. Hugo Rosendo Guarneros 

Also on Saturday, September 14, flyweight boxers Sunny Edwards and Hugo Rosendo Guarneros will face each other in London in a 12-round bout. 

Friday, Sept. 27 – Daniel Dubois vs. Ebenezer Tetteh

On September 27, in London, heavyweights Daniel Dubois and Ebenezer Tetteh will take each other on in a 12-round bout on ESPN+, competing for the now-vacant Commonwealth heavyweight title. 

In addition, WBO women’s flyweight title holder Nicola Adams will be battling a yet-to-be-announced contender to maintain her title as the WOB women’s flyweight champion. 

Sunday, Oct. 13 – Josh Warrington Vs. Sofiane Takoucht

This event, which will be taking place in Leeds, England, will be broadcast on ESPN+, and will be fought for Warrington’s IBF featherweight title. 

Sunday, Nov. 9 – Jamel Herring vs. Lamont Roach

This location for this bout has not yet been announced, but Lamont Roach will be taking on junior lightweight Jamel Herring. The two will be undertaking a 12-round bout, and Herring will be defending his junior lightweight title.

For more information about upcoming ESPN+ boxing events, we recommend taking a look at this schedule, which has a full list of all of the boxing events coming up on ESPN+, DAZN, Fox Sports, Showtime and more. 

ESPN+ 2019 Events Schedule Tennis Grand Slam Events

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ESPN+ has the broadcasting rights to all four major Tennis Grand Slam events, but only one event – the US Open – currently remains to be played in 2019.

US Open – Sunday, Aug. 25 to Sunday, Sept. 8 

The 2019 US Open will be held over a two-week time span at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City. It will feature defending men’s and women’s champions Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka.

Coverage for the US Open will be broadcast on ESPN+ throughout the entire two-week event. While some matches will be televised on ESPN and ESPN2, ESPN+ will offer exclusive matches on every single court, allowing you to get the best viewing experience of the US Open.

Notable male tennis players participating in this year’s US Open include Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Dominic Thiem, Kei Nishikori, and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Notable female players include Naomi Osaka, Ashleigh Barty, Simona Halep, and Kiki Bertens.

Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final – Tuesday, August 27 

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ESPN+ is home to quite a bit of soccer coverage, and it’s the exclusive home of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, the longest-running knockout soccer competition in the United States. In 2019, the 106th competition will be held, and nearly 100 teams will participate, including MLS teams.

This year, the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final will be shown exclusively on ESPN+, and will be held between MLS teams Atlanta United FC and Minnesota United FC. Get more details here.

PGA Tour Coverage – Starting 2020

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Sorry, golf fans! You’re going to have to wait another year to watch the PGA Tour on ESPN+. ESPN recently announced that the PGA is coming to both ESPN and ESPN+ as part of a long-term agreement that will last 11 years.

In total, ESPN and ESPN+ will broadcast more than 165 hours of coverage of the PGA Tour, beginning at the May 2020 event at Harding Park in San Francisco. Exciting times are ahead if you’re a big fan of golf, and looking to get exclusive coverage of some of the PGA Tour’s biggest events.

Eric Liston is a freelance writer and tech enthusiast based in Ohio, specializing in internet security, cord-cutting, and more.