UFC on Fuel TV 5: Struve vs. Miocic Live Streaming Post-Fight Press Conference

Sean SmithAnalyst ISeptember 29, 2012

At UFC on Fuel TV 5, Stefan Struve and Stipe Miocic will compete for a step up in competition in the heavyweight division. The main event competitors have both won three straight UFC bouts and are nearly ready to test themselves against the best fighters in their division.

With an impressive victory on Saturday, either heavyweight would be more than deserving of a chance to compete against a Top-10 heavyweight.

In addition to the bout between Struve and Miocic, UFC on Fuel TV 5 will feature a number of British fighters who will be in search of a win on home soil. 

Dan Hardy, Brad Pickett, Paul Sass and others will attempt to take a step closer to becoming contenders in their respective divisions while also attempting to please the British crowd. Saturday's event will mark the first time in nearly one year that UFC fighters have had the opportunity to compete in England.

Shortly after the event concludes, Struve, Miocic and several more of the night's competitors will likely join UFC president Dana White for a post-fight press conference. A live streaming feed of the post-fight press conference will be available on the above video player.

After the press conference, stay tuned to Bleacher Report for more on UFC on Fuel TV 5 and the rest of your MMA needs.

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