If you are a sports fan, especially those into boxing, MMA / UFC, or even pro wrestling, watching Pay-Per-View through traditional streaming services can often be more trouble than it’s worth. High prices, lack of service, and shaky, overloaded connections have many people looking for different ways to access the PPV events they are looking forward to.
If you have an Amazon Fire Stick or Fire TV, you may be interested in how you can watch PPV with Kodi add-ons. If you aren’t familiar, Kodi is a powerful, free open source media application that you can download and install on your Fire Stick or Fire TV device (check out our installation guide here).
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Best Unofficial Ways To Stream PPV On Fire Stick and Fire TV
While not technically free (or a Kodi addon), Gears TV is an app with 500+ live TV channels. It includes league passes for live streaming every NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB games as well as all PPV events for only $15 a month.
In our experience, Gears TV was the app that felt the most like a real replacement for cable. It collects all of the popular channels and major sports in one place and provides reliable, high-quality streams for a fraction of the price. Reliable streaming in an easy to use app has quickly made Gears TV the number one choice for Sports Fans with Fire TVs.
There are ways to stream PPV for free using free Kodi addons, which you will see below. However, if you are serious about getting a good quality stream that is guaranteed to work and won’t glitch out during a crucial moment of the action, we HIGHLY recommend shelling out a little extra for Gears TV. The free addons can work great, but they are a gamble. If you are trying to watch a popular PPV event like a UFC fight, the connections can get overloaded from traffic.
Save yourself a potential headache. Gears TV is one of the best ways to watch free PPV on Firestick.
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Best Kodi Add-ons To Watch Free PPV
For fans of Mixed Martial Arts and UFC, Planet MMA is one of the best Kodi addons to stream PPV fights.
This third-party addon covers every aspect of the MMA world, with dozens of content categories to choose from. We have found this addon to be extremely comprehensive, well-organized, and easy to navigate. Not only can you stream UFC PPV live, but past events, live TV, documentaries, and more are all available with this one.
Bottom line, if you are a fan gearing up for UFC fight season, this Kodi addon is probably your best bet to catch all the action.
Check out our installation guide here.
This is another fantastic add-on for fight fans. Here you can find multiple categories related to MMA, boxing, and other forms of martial arts.
It does not have a dedicated PPV section, but you can search for PPV events in the Showtime Sports and HBO Boxing categories.
Rising Tide is another popular add-on that boasts tons of content, including live sports and TV channels from all over the world.
For this article we will focus on the PPV section, which you can find under the “Live PPV Event” category. Once you install the Rising Tide add-on, this section should have the event you are interested in.
Maverick TV is an add-on that focuses on live TV and movies, with hundreds of channels and new releases to choose from, many in HD.
For PPV, unfortunately there is no dedicated section at this time. However, you can find PPV events through other sections of this Kodi add-on. We suggest the Maverick Live Sports category, as it is updated daily with most of the interesting PPV content. Maverick Sports and IPTV live also may have content you are interested in.
FTFA (Free TV For All) has become one of the most popular new Kodi add-ons. It boasts a large variety of content, from live TV programming, to sports, to movies.
For this article, however, we will focus on it’s excellent “PPV Live” section.
This dedicated area hosts links to pretty much any current or upcoming PPV event you would want to watch. We have found that it’s typically a good idea to try and open the link at least a half hour before the event starts for best results.