The UFC 152 fight card will feature free live streaming matchups online as well as on television Saturday night. These will give way to the big Pay-Per-View featuring Jon Jones vs. Vitor Belfort later in the evening from Canada, where one of the best in the business will be under the spotlight, looking to keep his championship form in tact.
The UFC live stream fights begin at approximately 6:45 PM EST with free preliminary matches being shown on the UFC Facebook. Ultimate Fighting Championship has been doing this as a service to their fans, simply for getting a “Like” on their social media page. So therefore fans get to enjoy three fights including Baczynski vs. Thoresen, Gagnon vs. Watson, and Noke vs. Brenneman. The fights should conclude right before 8PM EST.
At that time, the FX channel is presenting several more free preliminary fights when Pokrajac vs. Magalhaes, Pierson vs. Benoist, Hettes vs. Brimage, and Grant vs. Dunham will all be shown on television. These bouts should get MMA fans revved up for the main card which goes live on Pay-Per-View via cable, satellite, or internet live streaming feed at 10PM EST.
That main card features Jon Jones and Vitor Belfort locking up in the main event fight. The two were part of Friday’s weigh-in results which saw Jones getting a good bit of jeers from the crowd at Mattamy Athletic Center at The Gardens. Jones still praised his opponent, who according to MMAFighting.com could score the biggest upset in a title fight since Matt Serra defeated Georges St. Pierre. It would certainly have fans talking if it happens.
Belfort told Joe Rogan regarding his latest main event fight:
“I’ve been fighting for a long time, Joe,. I’ve fought so hard for this platform, to be able to fight a guy like Jon Jones, a new era of the sport, a new breed, it’s old lion vs. young lion tomorrow.”
Can Belfort score an unthinkable upset against a great champion like Jon Jones? If so, the UFC 152 Pay-Per-View will certainly go down in history. Fans are hoping for an exciting main event card when it goes to TV and live streaming on the web later tonight.