Watch UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor live, fight time, TV schedule

Dec 12

Watch UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor live, fight time, TV schedule

On Saturday night, the UFC will conclude its rare three-event weekend with arguably their biggest show of the year: UFC 194. The event will feature an intriguing night of fights spearheaded by a pair of championship bouts. The main event features a featherweight title unification bout between champ Jose Aldo and interim champ Conor McGregor. The co-main event will showcase a middleweight title fight between Chris Weidman and Luke Rockhold. The main card also features Yoel Romero vs. Ronaldo Souza, Demian Maia vs. Gunnar Nelson, and Max Holloway vs. Jeremy Stephens.UFC 194 Live stream The four-fight preliminary card on Fox Sports 1 begins at 8:00 p.m. ET. The Fox Sports 1 preliminary card consists of: Urijah Faber vs. Frankie Saenz, Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger vs. Tecia Torres, Warlley Alves vs. Colby Covington, and Kevin Lee vs. Leonardo Santos. Leading into the preliminary portion of the card is 90mins of online viewing at UFC Fight Pass. The three fights are Magomed Mustafaev vs. Joe Proctor, John Makdessi vs. Yancy Medeiros, and Marcio Alexandre Jr. vs. Court...

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UFC 194 Live News, Preview.Streaming. Update Info.2015

Dec 12

UFC 194 Live News, Preview.Streaming. Update Info.2015

Jose Aldo vs Conor McGregor at UFC 194 on Dec. 12 not only guarantees an action-packed main event, but also predicted to break pay-per-view records. UFC President Dana White said that the UFC 194 will be the “biggest gate” the company has ever done in the MGM Grand, with a projected 1.4 million in PPV buys and $9 million in gate attendance, according to Matt Connolly of Forbes.The metrics are off the chart,” White told the Daily Mail.UFC 194 Live stream “I’m looking to break some records.” However, Connolly noted that UFC 194 could only get around “1.3-1.5 million buys” just neck-to-neck behind last month’s UFC event in Australia headlined by Ronda Rousey and Holly Holms. But regardless of the PPV earnings, Aldo and McGregor are sure winners with the amount of money they could take home. The report indicated that McGregor, the UFC’s biggest draw in fight promotions, could earn $300,000 base, with an additional $250,000 and $3-$5 per PPV buys. On the other hand, Aldo could get $250,000 win bonus on top of $500,000 base. Meanwhile, McGregor has become the favorite to win the unification title bout against Aldo in Las Vegas at the coming weekend. Oddsmakers in Best Fight Odds have McGregor at -110, while Aldo garnering a +106. It is not surprising that “Scarface,” who has been unbeaten for a decade, became the underdog of this fight. Aldo, although known for his overall skills inside the Octagon, has not been in action for more than a year and is coming off a rib-injury, which forced him to withdraw at UFC 189 against McGregor. McGregor undoubtedly has the toughness and the “Notorious” has proven that from his past fights. His victory over Chad Mendes in July was a testament of how he could dominate UFC’s featherweight division using his striking power. However, Aldo still has the edge over McGregor despite all the mind games the Irishman has played. Moreover, Aldo seems more focus than ever and a year full of upsets in major fighting events (e.g. Holly Holm, Tyson Fury) could also be the year of the Brazilian featherweight. Aldo may not be able to knockout McGregor, but a fearless prediction has “Junior” winning via unanimous...

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UFC 194 live stream for Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor weigh-ins

Dec 11

UFC 194 live stream for Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor weigh-ins

It’s almost here. One of the most anticipated fights (and one of the most anticipated PPVs) in UFC history is just one day away. Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor will end their war of words and finally get into the cage and square off for the undisputed featherweight title. The co-main event has Chris Weidman defending his middleweight crown vs. Luke Rockhold in what should also be a terrific encounter. Jacare Souza and Yoel Romero will finally face off in a fight which should determine the next middleweight title challenger. Demian Maia and Gunnar Nelson is expected to be a great grappling contest, while Max Holloway and Jeremy Stephens has FOTN written all over it. As always, before we get to the fights ahead we have to make sure they’ve all made weight. Bloody Elbow has live updates on the UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor weigh-ins starting at 6 PM ET/3 PM PT on Friday, December 11th. Live video of the weigh-ins can be viewed by pressing the play button at the top of the page. Bloody Elbow will live-tweet the results (@BloodyElbow), and provide a separate results page upon completion of the weigh-ins.UFC 194 Live...

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UFC 194 Aldo vs McGregor Live on Pay-Per-View {{Video Streaming}}

Dec 11

UFC 194 Aldo vs McGregor Live on Pay-Per-View {{Video Streaming}}

Jose Aldo vs Conor McGregor at UFC 194 on Dec. 12 not only guarantees an action-packed main event, but also predicted to break pay-per-view records. UFC President Dana White said that the UFC 194 will be the “biggest gate” the company has ever done in the MGM Grand, with a projected 1.4 million in PPV buys and $9 million in gate attendance, according to Matt Connolly of Forbes”The metrics are off the chart,” White told the Daily Mail.UFC 194 Live Stream “I’m looking to break some records.” However, Connolly noted that UFC 194 could only get around “1.3-1.5 million buys” just neck-to-neck behind last month’s UFC event in Australia headlined by Ronda Rousey and Holly Holms. But regardless of the PPV earnings, Aldo and McGregor are sure winners with the amount of money they could take home. The report indicated that McGregor, the UFC’s biggest draw in fight promotions, could earn $300,000 base, with an additional $250,000 and $3-$5 per PPV buys. On the other hand, Aldo could get $250,000 win bonus on top of $500,000 base. Meanwhile, McGregor has become the favorite to win the unification title bout against Aldo in Las Vegas at the coming weekend. Oddsmakers in Best Fight Odds have McGregor at -110, while Aldo garnering a +106. It is not surprising that “Scarface,” who has been unbeaten for a decade, became the underdog of this fight. Aldo, although known for his overall skills inside the Octagon, has not been in action for more than a year and is coming off a rib-injury, which forced him to withdraw at UFC 189 against McGregor. McGregor undoubtedly has the toughness and the “Notorious” has proven that from his past fights. His victory over Chad Mendes in July was a testament of how he could dominate UFC’s featherweight division using his striking power. However, Aldo still has the edge over McGregor despite all the mind games the Irishman has played. Moreover, Aldo seems more focus than ever and a year full of upsets in major fighting events (e.g. Holly Holm, Tyson Fury) could also be the year of the Brazilian featherweight. Aldo may not be able to knockout McGregor, but a fearless prediction has “Junior” winning via unanimous...

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Watch UFC 194 Live Stream. online 2015

Dec 11

Watch UFC 194 Live Stream. online 2015

This week will mark one of the most ambitious endeavors in UFC history as the world’s biggest mixed martial arts promotion puts on three cards in three days all culminating in Saturday’s UFC 194 fight card headlined by featherweight champion Jose Aldo taking on Conor McGregor. The middleweight title will also go up for grabs this weekend with Chris Weidman taking on possibly his toughest challenge to date in former Strikeforce champion Luke Rockhold. The action doesn’t slow down on Friday with featherweights Frankie Edgar and Chad Mendes doing battle as well as the finals of the latest edition of “The Ultimate Fighter”. It all kicks off on Thursday with a show airing live on UFC Fight Pass with the main event pitting rising star Paige VanZant against Rose Namajunas. With three cards and more than 30 fights, there are a multitude of reasons to watch every last minute but we’re going to give you 10 good reasons to tune into UFC Fight Night: Namajunas vs. VanZant, “The Ultimate Fighter” finale and UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor. Paige VanZant is already one of the biggest names in the UFC women’s divisions but she hasn’t faced a top-five fighter to prove if she’s a legit threat to the title and champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk — until now. VanZant takes on former title contender Rose Namajunas, who is battle tested and proved to be one of the best strawweight fighters on the planet. Namajunas is a lightning-fast finisher with some of the most creative submissions in the sport and if VanZant wants to prove that she’s a contender and not just the leader of the latest popularity contest, she needs to get a win on Thursday night. The Biggest Threat to the Bantamweight Title Fights on Thursday The bantamweight title will go up for grabs in January when TJ Dillashaw takes on Dominick Cruz, but the man who might be poised to take a serious run at the winner competes on the UFC Fight Pass undercard this Thursday night. Aljamain Sterling is one of the most promising prospects the 135-pound division has ever produced and he’s looked spectacular since joining the UFC. Sterling is undefeated and a true hybrid mixed martial artist...

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UFC 194 blog: Jose Aldo v Conor McGregor for featherweight championship

Dec 10

UFC 194 blog: Jose Aldo v Conor McGregor for featherweight championship

THREE days from Conor McGregor’s long-awaited featherweight championship clash against Jose Aldo, the Irishman has laid down his bold prediction. McGregor headlines UFC 194 at MGM Grand against Aldo, who hasn’t been beaten in 10 years. While Aldo enters as champion, McGregor too walks into the Octagon with a title, having picked up the interim title after Aldo pulled out of their July clash with a rib injury.UFC 194 Live stream Now that the pair are finally set to face off on Sunday, McGregor has revealed to UFC Fight Week how he envisions the fight to play out. “I predict I will enter unpredictable,” McGregor said. “I will swing shots from unusual angles.“I will create dead space inside the Octagon. I will lead him into the dead space like a walking zombie and then I will catch him heavy. “I do not feel he will escape the first round. He will be badly, badly hurt. “One round it will be a formality after that, if he can last after that.” McGregor, 27, is currently 6-0 since making his UFC debut in 2013 while 29-year-old Aldo defends his title for the eighth time.To quote veteran UFC ring announcer Bruce Buffer – It’s time. The moment UFC fans have been anxiously awaiting for has finally arrived. Jose Aldo defends his featherweight championship against the interim champion Conor McGregor in front of what is expected to be a packed MGM Grand in Las...

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UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor live stream: Pre-fight press conference

Dec 10

UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor live stream: Pre-fight press conference

We’re just three days away from the UFC’s final pay-per-view and penultimate event of 2015. Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor will headline UFC 194 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, capping off a terrific trio of Fight Nights in Sin City. The middleweight title will also be on the line as Chris Weidman defends his belt against Luke Rockhold in the co-main. It’s likely that the winner of Yoel Romero vs. Jacare Souza will get the next title shot.UFC 194 Live stream The fights are almost here, operative word here is “almost”. Today (Wednesday) is pre-fight press conference day, which features the top names from both UFC 194 and Friday’s TUF 22 Finale. You can only expect that Conor McGregor will dominate the session, which should make for a goldmine of quotes. More UFC 194: Aldo vs. McGregor fight coverage You can watch the live stream, which starts at 4 PM ET/1 PM PT, by clicking the play button at the top of the page. If that doesn’t work then click on this link to watch it on Youtube. Here are the participants in today’s presser: Dana White – UFC President Jose Aldo – UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor – interim UFC featherweight champion Chris Weidman – UFC middleweight champion Luke Rockhold – No. 1 UFC middleweight contender Frankie Edgar – No. 2 UFC featherweight contender Chad Mendes – No. 3 UFC featherweight...

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