UFC's top welterweight fighter will defend his belt at UFC 268 — here's how to watch live on November 6

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Kamaru Usman, Rose Namajunas and Rose Namajunas will defend the championship belts at UFC 268.

UFC 268 will bring UFC to New York City with a full crowd for the first time since November 2019.

UFC 268's main card costs $70 and will be streamed at 10 p.m. for ESPN+ subscribers. ET on November 6.

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UFC 268 will feature two championship bouts: Kamaru Usman, welterweight champion, against Colby Covington and Rose Namajunas (women's strawweight champion) against Weili Zhang.

The $70 pay per view event will be streamed live from Madison Square Garden. The main card is scheduled for 10:15 p.m. ET on ESPN+. Prelims will be broadcast on ESPNews starting at 8 p.m. ET. Early prelims begin at 6 p.m. ET. ET on UFC Fight Pass.

UFC's top pound for pound fighter is Usman, and UFC 268 will be his fifth title defense against Covington. In the fifth round, Usman defeated Covington. Their December 2019 meeting ended in that manner. Namajunas defeated Zhang in the first round earlier this year to win the women's strawweight title. Zhang suffered her second loss in 23 career matches.

ESPN+ is $7 per month, or $70 annually. The UFC 268 payper-view costs $70. A bundle that includes one year of ESPN+ or UFC 268, for $89.98, is also available. This offers a $50 discount. You can rewatch UFC 268 or past UFC events with ESPN+. Additionally, ESPN+ gives you access to hours of live sports as well as ESPN's extensive library of original documentaries.

Here's UFC 268's fight card: Usman vs. Covington

Preliminary 6 p.m. ET, 3:00 PT on UFC Fight Pass

CJ Vergara versus Ode' Osbourne [Flyweight]

Melsik Baghdasaryan versus Bruno Souza [Featherweight]

Dustin Jacoby against John Allan [Light heavyweight]

Gian Villante versus Chris Barnett [Heavyweight]

Prelims 8:15 p.m. ET, 5 p.m. PT on ESPN News

Ian Garry versus Jordan Williams [Welterweight]

Edmen Shahbazyan against Nassourdine Iavov [Middleweight]

Phillip Hawes versus Chris Curtis [Middleweight]

Bobby Green [Lightweight] versus Al Iaquinta

Alex Pereira against Andreas Michailidis (Middleweight)

Main Card 10:15 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. PT on ESPN+

Justin Gaethje versus Michael Chandler [Lightweight]

Shane Burgos against Billy Quarantillo (Featherweight)

Frankie Edgar versus Marlon Vera [Bantamweight]

Rose Namajunas versus Weili Zhang [Women's Strawweight title fight

Kamaru Usman against Colby Covington [Welterweight fight]

How to Watch UFC 268

UFC 268's main event can be viewed on ESPN+ at 10:00 p.m. ET on November 6. The event is divided into three parts: the prelims and main cards.

Preliminaries begin at 6 p.m. ET and are available only to UFC Fight Pass subscribers. Preliminaries will start at 8 p.m. ET on ESPNews. The main event is scheduled for 10:05 p.m. ET and is ESPN+ exclusive.

UFC 268 will be available for pay-per-view. You'll need an ESPN+ subscription and a $70 one-time fee to view the event. A ESPN+ membership costs $7 per month or $70 per year.

Access ESPN+ on any major streaming and mobile devices including Android, Chromecast, PS4, Xbox One and Roku.

Here are some ways to save money on UFC 268 pay per-view prices

You can get a special discount package if you sign up for ESPN+ UFC 268.

For $89.98, new subscribers can purchase an ESPN+ year-long membership that includes access to UFC 268. This is more than 30% off the regular price for an annual plan and a PPV Match. After your first year, ESPN+ will renew at the $70 annual rate.