UFC on Fuel 3

UFC on Fuel TV 3 Live Streaming Post-Fight Press Conference Video

Sean SmithAnalyst IMay 15, 2012

Shortly after featherweights Chan-Sung Jung and Dustin Poirier square off inside the octagon on Tuesday night, many of the UFC on Fuel TV 3 competitors will join UFC president Dana White at the event's post-fight press conference.

With champion Jose Aldo running short on legitimate threats, the winner of this bout between Jung and Poirier could become the division's next top contender behind Erik Koch, who will meet the Brazilian titleholder in July. 

In addition to what should be an entertaining feature fight, the event at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Va., will also feature a bout between lightweight contenders Donald Cerrone and Jeremy Stephens. Though both fighters are coming off of a losses, a win on Tuesday will put one fighter right back in the hunt for a shot at the 155-pound title.

Also, former The Ultimate Fighter contestants Amir Sadollah, Tom Lawlor and Brad Tavares will look to bounce back from losses in pivotal matchups on both the main and preliminary cards.

A live streaming feed of the post-fight press conference will be available on the below video player not long after UFC on Fuel TV 3 comes to an end. After the presser, stay tuned to Bleacher Report for the rest of your MMA needs.


Sean Smith is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report MMA. For the latest insight and updates on everything MMA, follow him on Twitter @SeanSmithMMA.

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