Watch Free UFC 190 Pay Per View Ronda Rousey
For fans looking to watch UFC 190 Live and Free on your Fire TV, AppleTV or Mac & PC, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a fast simple way for you to watch Ronda Rousey destroy Beth Correia in Brazil for UFC 190’s PPV event on August 1st, 2015. To watch Rousey dominate another opponent in her division, and take away Correia’s undefeated record, simply install Kodi (or XBMC) to your media device and then use the plugin SportsDevil or Zeus TV to stream the UFC PPV event live on the night of the fight. Other big fights taking place at UFC 190 include Shogun Rua taking on Nogueira, Struve vs the other Nogueira brother and Bigfoot Silva takes on Palelei. Should be some big knockouts in this upcoming UFC 190 event, don’t miss out! Install Kodi to get all of the fights free.
Step 1: Install Kodi to Watch UFC 190
The first step is installing Kodi to your media device. There are numerous ways to do this, depending on the type of device you want to install it on. We have detailed step-by-step instructions on installing Kodi to the most popular media players including the Amazon Fire TV and FireTV Stick, Apple TV’s, and Macs and PC’s. Select one of our articles below to follow the necessary steps. Once you’ve installed Kodi, come back to Step 2 to learn how to install SportsDevil or Zeus TV to be able to stream the UFC 190 event Live and Free.
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Step 2: Download SportsDevil or Add Repo Source
SportsDevil has had issues lately with DRM violations. Because of that they were forced to remove their GIT that contained the updated plugin. Luckily there are other repos out there to download it from. We’re giving you a variety of potential sources for downloading SportsDevil, and/or adding the repo in your Kodi’s File Manager:
1. For Downloading SportsDevil on your Mac or PC, Download here: http://www42.zippyshare.com/d/4jJI3FqO/2197003/plugin.video.SportsDevil-2015-06-22.zip
Make sure it stays zipped or it will not work when installing it into Kodi.
2. You can also download it here: http://iwillfolo.com/iwf/
3. You can also add this source in your File Manager in Kodi. For Amazon FireTV and FireTV Stick users, this is the fastest and easiest way. Same thing with other AppleTV devices or iPhones and iPads that are jailbroken:
Navigate to SYSTEM>FILE MANAGER>ADD SOURCE
Click where it says <None> and type in http://iwillfolo.com/iwf/
Then name the Media Source SPORTSDEVIL
Step 3: Install SportsDevil
To Install SportsDevil, from the Kodi home screen navigate to:
SYSTEM>SETTINGS>ADD-ONS>INSTALL FROM ZIP FILE
Your file browser will open on the right side of the screen.
Option 1: If you downloaded SportsDevil to your Mac or PC, navigate to the location you saved the file and select it. SportsDevil will take a few minutes to install. You’ll see a confirmation of it in the lower right hand corner when it has finished.
Options 2: If you added the repo source, navigate to SPORTSDEVIL in the file browser and select it. Next, select repository.iWillFolo.xbmc.zip and the repo will install. Now navigate to Get Add-Ons (System>Settings>Add-Ons>Get Add-Ons) and select iWillFolo add-ons. Once that opens up, select SportsDevil, let it install and you’re done.
Step 4: Launch SportsDevil
Now that SportsDevil is installed, it’s time to launch it from your Video Add-Ons section. From your home screen, navigate to Videos>Add-Ons>SportsDevil
Once SportsDevil launches, select Live Sports
Once inside Live Sports, you should be able to find a link to UFC 190 Rousey vs Correia on one of these sources:
StopStream.com, VIPBox.tv or FirstRowSports.ge
Those are three most reliable sources, try the other ones after you’ve tried those three first. Once you’re inside the source, click on Now Playing to see all of the streams playing on the night of the fight. Come back to this article on fight night for the latest updates on where to watch the fight on SportsDevil.