UFC 207 Ronda Rousey vs Amanda Nunes live stream: How to order PPV, watch online

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Ronda Rousey
Ronda Rousey suffered a devastating loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193 Melbourne. Reuters/Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Ronda Rousey will try to reclaim her UFC bantamweight championship against reigning champion Amanda Nunes at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada on Friday evening.

"Rowdy" will enter the octagon for the first time in nearly 13 months since getting knocked out by Holly Holm in Melbourne last November which marked the first-ever loss of her illustrious MMA career. Since then, Rousey has had to deal with a whirlwind of retirement rumours and criticism before she announced her intention to reclaim the top prize.

According to CBS Sports, Rousey enters the bout as a -175 favourite despite several detractors claiming that the former Olympic bronze medallist was exposed during her fight against Holm last year. Some even questioned if Rousey's stand up game was good enough to counter that of Brazilian Nunes -- who defeated Miesha Tate at UFC 200 to claim the bantamweight championship. 

Despite being written off by critics, Rousey has been actively posting training images on Instagram with the hashtag #FearTheReturn. Rousey also played mind games by refusing to partake in the traditional pre-PPV media day earlier this week, irking Nunes to the point wherein she called the American "a silly girl".

Rousey's return to the octagon will help the UFC close out the year of 2016 on a financial high. However, the 29-year-old is focussed on the prize. “I don't care about how this pay-per-view does. I don't care about how much money I make. I don't care about interviews and I don't care how I look. All I care about is winning my belt back on Friday night and that's it," Rousey told TMZ Sports on Wednesday.

UFC 207 Ronda Rousey vs Amanda Nunes live stream: How to watch

Start time: 10 PM ET (Main fight card), 1 PM on Saturday (AEST), 2 PM (AEDT)
PPV in Australia/USA: UFC 207 can be purchased in Australia for AU$49.95 on Main Event TV. Americans can order the PPV through a local cable provider for US$59.99. 
On TV: FS1 (Four-fight prelim card) starting 8 PM ET (11 AM AEST on Saturday)
Live Streaming: UFC TV (AU$59.99) , Sling TV, Amazon Firestick, Fox Sports Go, XBOX, Apple TV, Roku or Playstation (Global upon ordering PPV from UFC's official website)
Main fight card: Ronda Rousey vs Amanda Nunes (Women's bantamweight title), Dominick Cruz vs Cody Garbrandt (Bantamweight title), T.J. Dillashaw vs John Lineker (Bantamweight), Dong Hyun Kim vs Tarec Saffiedine (Welterweight) and Ray Borg vs Louis Smolka (Flyweight)