Live on Pay Per View UFC 187 Free
Saturday night’s UFC 187 PPV card looks to be a stacked event, and you can watch it for free using Kodi or XBMC to stream it Live. Despite Jon “Bones” Jones screwing up his entire life, not to mention the ass whooping he was going to get from Anthony “Rumble” Johnson, the title fight between Rumble and Daniel Cormier should still be a KO worthy match. Let’s just hope Rumble is practicing his takedown defense so we don’t end up watching 5 rounds of Cormier laying on his opponent. With Rumble’s power, and his string of knockouts since moving to Light Heavyweight, I’m certain Cormier is going to rely on his wrestling to try and squeeze a victory out of the judges score cards.
Weidman and Belfort should be some fireworks as well. These guys are looking to bang and I doubt this will go to the canvas once. I also doubt it’ll go 5 rounds. Somebody’s tasting canvas in this one. My money’s on “The All American” Chris Weidman. Vitor Belfort is good, if not great, but he’s weathered. My guess is the current blitz by the UFC to curtail PED usage has messed up Belfort’s training regiments. I don’t think he’ll last 2 rounds.
Other exciting fights for UFC 187 pits Travis “Hapa” Browne against Andrei “Pit Bull” Arlovski. Both of these guys are brutal, but Arlovski is in for a rude awakening. I see this one ending with Browne punching “The Pit Bull’s” teeth through the back of his head, and tasting canvas. Second round KO for Hapa. Cowboy Cerrone squares off against John Makdessi, Benavidez, Dodson, Burkman and Uriah Hall are all making appearances on the UFC 187 card as well. This stacked fight should be one of the best so far this year. I mean it’s gotta be better than piece of shit Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight that had everyone forking over $100 for a sparring match.
Follow the directions below to watch UFC 187 Live and Free Saturday May 23rd on Kodi, XBMC and SportsDevil.
STEP 1 — KODI or XBMC Installation to Your Device
Kodi and XBMC can be installed to many different media devices. Among them are the AppleTV’s 1 & 2, iPhones and iPads, Amazon FireTV Stick and FireTV, as well as PC’s and Macs. We have tutorials for most of these devices on our site, follow the correct link below to install Kodi, then come back and follow the rest of the steps to get everything setup properly.
Step 2 — Install SportsDevil Addon to Kodi or XBMC
Now that you have Kodi or XBMC installed to your device, it’s time to get SportsDevil installed so you can get access to Live sports, even pay per view events like UFC 187. First and foremost, you need to download the SportsDevil Add-On from the link below. Make sure to not unzip the file or it won’t work for installing to Kodi.
Follow this guide for installing SportsDevil properly to your device:
Now that SportsDevil is installed and enabled, it’s time to find a good stream for UFC 187. Navigate to Videos>Add-Ons>SportsDevil and select SportsDevil. Once it opens, scroll down to Live Sports and select it. On the following screen you’ll see a list of sources streaming sports Live. It’s usually a crap-shoot as to which source has the best streams, StopStream and VIP Box.TV are usually very reliable. Select one of the those and then click on UFC/WWWE/Boxing. Some of them you’ll have to click “Now Playing” to see the list of streams. Once you’ve done that, you’ll see UFC 187 on the list. Select one and then go down the list of streams to find a good stream. If you find a shitty one, go to another stream. Chances are you’ll find a better one somewhere else. Look for a good BTSports1 stream. This is streamed out of the UK and you can watch the entire UFC 187 card, including the prelims, on one stream. They’re usually the best streams.
Come back on fight night and we’ll post the best streams out there.