UFC 226 – Miocic Vs Cormier – Live Twitter Feed At Premier Per Head

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Jun/29/2018

The much awaiting UFC fight between Stipe Miocic Vs Daniel Cormier is to be shown on on Pay Per View though the major streaming services and cable / Satellite services such as Apple TV, Amazon, Verizon and AT&T.

However, if you can’t watch the game then fear not, Premier Per Head is going to be Tweeting a live feed along with the fight. You can follow along too by following Premier Pay Per Heads Twitter account @PremierPerHead.

The event is taking place at the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas and Miocic is defending his heavyweight world title for the fourth time. Back in January, Miocic defended his world title for a record 3rd time against Francis Ngannou where he received a unanimous decision to retain his title.

Back then he was asked about the possibility of fighting Cormier but stated at the time that the only thing on his mind was the birth of his first child. However, time has passed and now Miocic knows that if he wins against Cormier in UFC 226 it will certainly cement his place as possibly the greatest heavyweights in UFC history.

What Time Does UFC 226  Start?

On the 7th July 2018 Pay Per View customers can tune in to coverage of UFC 226 at 10pm. If you would prefer to stream the nights action then you can also do this at UFC.TV where the cost is the same at $64.99

Of course the main card is the Miocic Vs Cormier (which PremierPerHead.com), however there are other fights on the night which you can watch as part of the pay per view. These include the UFC featherweight title fight between Max Holloway Vs Brian Ortega.

There are also 3 other fights on the card between Francis Ngannou Vs Derrick Lewis, Michael Chiesa Vs Anthony Pettis and Gokhan Saki Vs Khalil Rountree Jr.

For those bookies here who are getting involved in the action you will see that there are great opportunities to capitalise on the fights.

If you have been thinking about starting your own bookies then you can take advantage of 4 Weeks Free from www.PremierPerHead.com and you can be set up and running straight away. All you need to do is get the customers. What with UFC 226 as well as the World Cup and Wimbledon this is one of the best times that you can possibly think of starting your own bookmakers.

If you want to see exactly what the software can do for you, simply visit Premier Pay Per Heads website and get in contact with them where they will be able to give you a run through of exactly what the software can do for you.

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