The best thing about the Pulse Sports addon is the fact that it has lots of working links to live TV feeds.  Also, combat sports fans will appreciate Pulse Sports’ MMA and boxing folders.

Scroll down for screenshots of Pulse Sports as well as installation instructions that’ll show you how to install Pulse Sports on Kodi.

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How to install Pulse Sports for Kodi

To install Pulse Sports, setup https://pulsewizard.uk/zip/ as a file source named “Pulse Sports files.”  Next, install the Merlin repository.  Finally, go into the video addons section of the Merlin repository and install Pulse Sports.

Still need help?  Here is a 3 step breakdown to help guide you through the process.

  1.  To install Pulse Sports, first setup https://pulsewizard.uk/zip/ as a file source named “Pulse Sports files” by navigating to system file manager→ add source.
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Click where it says “none” and paste in the following URL: https://pulsewizard.uk/zip/

2.  Next, install the Merlin repository navigating to system → settings → addons → install from zip → Pulse Sports files → repository.merlin-1.01.zip.

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3.  Finally, install Pulse Sports by navigating to system → settings → addons → install from repository → Merlin repository → video addons → Pulse Sports.

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Pulse Sports Review & Screenshots

Currently, the Pulse Sports main menu has 5 folders: Sports Streams, UFC, Boxing, Live TV and Test.

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The first thing I did after installing this addon was click on a live sports link.  The first one I tried worked, which is a good sign that this addon is well-maintained and up-to-date.

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The Sports Streams menu features a lot of links to UK sports channels (Sky sports, Eurosports, etc.) but there are a few links to US sports channels listed there as well.

At the top of the page the warning message says that Sportsdevil and Zem are required.  However, if you lack either of those addons Kodi will install them automatically for you after you click one of the links.

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Pulse Sport’s Live TV menu is worth a try if you can’t find what you you’re looking for on the Sports Stream page.  If you click Live TV, you’ll see three different options: UK TV, FilmOn and TV Player.

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On the TV Player and UK TV sections, you can find links to lots of different sports, travel and news related TV channels.  However, the Film On section generated an error when I clicked it.

The link pages are not very well organized yet, but a large percentage of the links worked when I tested them out.

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The UFC and Boxing menus don’t have any live links, but they do have lots of archived fight videos.  If there are no live sports games on that you’re interested in and you want to watch some classic fights, those sections are worth a look.