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Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Fight fans are warned of the risks of illegally streaming Khabib Nurmagomedov's return to the UFC on Saturday evening.
The Russian brawler takes on Dustin Poirier in his first fight since his victory over Conor McGregor , which was followed by a mass brawl both inside and outside the Octagon. If you are based in the UK, you can watch the action on BT Sport Box Office, with the broadcaster holding exclusive rights to the fight.
Viewers who want to live stream the fight also have to go down similar routes, with payment also giving you access to the live streaming centre on BT Sport's website, where you will be able to watch the action.
Some streaming sites have even asked for small payments over PayPal to access the fights - but those streams risk being taken off air due to copyright infringement. There is also a worry that dodgy streaming websites create the risk of malware and other computer viruses, if adequate protection is not already in place.
But perhaps the biggest warning is to fans who are looking to use the live streaming and recording services available on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram to share the fight with their friends and followers.
But Foster was the one guilty after it was found that he was the man who paid for the Sky Sports Box Office fight. The year-old claims that the friend illegally broadcast it via Facebook to 4, people via Foster's iPad.
I said I'd take the rap.