The UFC 154 live stream online fights arrive Saturday night, for fans to watch free of charge online. With St-Pierre vs. Condit the main event many are waiting to order, the preliminary fights will get mixed martial arts fans ready for that main fight card on Pay-Per-View. Luckily for fans, they’ll get about eight total fights to watch free of charge thanks to internet feed and the FX television channel.
The UFC 154 live streaming fights begin at 6:20PM EST on Facebook, through the UFC’s official page. Fans who have clicked “Like” get to return at that time and watch four free fights streaming through their video feed. These include Ivan Menjivar vs. Azamat Gshimov, Antonio Carvalho vs. Rodrigo Damm, and Steven Siler vs. Darren Elkins. All of those fights are advertised as free of charge for fans on UFC’s Facebook page.
At 8PM EST, there’s four more free preliminary fights featured on FX via cable or satellite TV. Among the featured fights on television are Mark Bocek vs. Rafael Dos Anjos, Sam Stout vs. John Makdessi and Patrick Cote vs. Alessio Sakara. This round of prelims should get fans warmed up for what will unfold when the top stars battle in the Pay-Per-View itself.
The main show begins at 10PM EST, and while there are always UFC live stream feeds advertised online, don’t buy into the promises of a free event. Some of the sites claiming the event can be watched for free contain surveys that need to be filled out, offers that have to be purchased, or may even contain harmful links. In order to see the Pay-Per-View, fans are better off splitting the cost with some friends, or heading out to a local bar or restaurant to see the show.
It could be an entertaining night too, as GSP aka “Rush” looks to get back into the octagon again. He’ll have a fierce battle on his hands with Carlos Condit, but many of his loyal fans are looking forward to St-Pierre picking up a return victory Saturday night. ESPN.com also reports that Georges St-Pierre, with a victory over Condit tonight, will receive plenty of questions about whether or not his next opponent will be Anderson Silva.
Condit has talked about the fact that many people may be overlooking him in tonight’s fight. Even though he’s the underdog in Montreal, with Silva planning to attend and watch the fight, Condit is ready to go, telling ESPN.com:
“It’s fine, man. I’m used to being overlooked. You know, when I fought Nick Diaz [at UFC 143], they were talking about the Georges St-Pierre-Nick Diaz fight next. No big deal for me. I’m focused on Georges St-Pierre.”
It seems like the standard answer many athletes give when talking about opponents who are the favorites. However, could Condit be more focused than GSP is tonight? If Silva is there to watch as things unfold, will “Rush” be looking ahead to a potential showdown, and possibly falter?
It all starts at 6:20 PM EST with the free live streaming fights on Facebook, followed by more free fights on FX, and the Pay-Per-View itself at 10PM EST. Will you be watching, and if so, which fight are you looking forward to the most?