UFC 146 Live Streaming: How to Watch Dos Santos vs. Mir on Your Computer

Nick Caron@@nicholascaronAnalyst IMay 26, 2012

Aug. 7, 2010; Oakland, CA, USA; UFC fighter Junior Dos Santos during the heavyweight bout in UFC 117 at the Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE
Aug. 7, 2010; Oakland, CA, USA; UFC fighter Junior Dos Santos during the heavyweight bout in UFC 117 at the Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE

If you’re looking to watch UFC 146: Dos Santos vs. Mir live tonight on your computer, look no further. 

With the preliminary fights on Facebook and Fuel TV, UFC 146 gives fans one of the most intriguing fight cards of the year.

But if it’s the pay-per-view card featuring Dos Santos-Mir and Velasquez-Silva that you’re wanting to watch on your computer, then you should strongly consider checking out the UFC’s various live streaming partners. 

Yes, there may be some horrible-quality free streams elsewhere, but they can often be unreliable and there is always a strong chance of viruses and malware with any illegal stream. 

So why not put all of that concern to rest and invest in an online stream that will actually work, won’t mess up your computer and won’t leave you wondering if the cops are going to come knocking on your door?

For $44.99, you can watch the UFC 146 pay-per-view from three different locations:

UFC.tv, the organization’s own online streaming service.

Yahoo! Sports, one of the world’s largest sports websites.

Or perhaps the most viewed online streaming service, UStream.tv.

Whichever option you choose, however, will provide you an excellent-quality live stream of tonight’s UFC 146 pay-per-view, which starts at 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT. 

Don’t be fooled by other websites that say they are offering a free live streaming of the event.

Support the sport you love and order the event in high quality. You won’t regret it.

Related

    Who's Leading the NBA ROY Race So Far?

    Featured logo
    Featured

    Who's Leading the NBA ROY Race So Far?

    Jonathan Wasserman
    via Bleacher Report

    Le'Veon Is Getting Screwed Again

    Featured logo
    Featured

    Le'Veon Is Getting Screwed Again

    Mike Tanier
    via Bleacher Report

    LeBron's Next Stop Is Actually Clear

    Featured logo
    Featured

    LeBron's Next Stop Is Actually Clear

    Howard Beck
    via Bleacher Report

    NFL Free Agency's Biggest Bargains

    Featured logo
    Featured

    NFL Free Agency's Biggest Bargains

    Kristopher Knox
    via Bleacher Report