It's hard to believe that after 19 months on the sidelines, the return of Georges St-Pierre is only hours away. As a top pound-for-pound fighter, as well as the top pay-per-view draw in the UFC, St-Pierre's return is an internationally anticipated event.
But if you don't know how to catch the action, you'll have one less thing to be thankful for next Thursday. That's where we come in.
UFC 154 kicks off with a four-fight appetizer airing on Facebook. at 6:20pm EST. If you order your PPV through Xbox Live, you will also be able to watch this portion of the show on your video game console.
Facebook Preliminary Fights:
Antonio Carvalho vs Rodrigo Damm
Matthew Riddle vs John Maguire
Ivan Menjivar vs Azamat Gashimov
Steven Siler vs Darren Elkins
After the kickoff concludes, it's time to switch over to the FX network for a series of fights that are sure to provide fans with the type of knockouts we crave. The next four fights air at 8pm EST.
FX Preliminary Fights:
Patrick Cote vs Alessio Sakara
Who will win the main event?
Cyrille Diabate vs Chag Griggs
Mark Bocek vs Rafael dos Anjos
Sam Stout vs John Makdessi
The Pay Per View kicks off live at 10pm EST, with bouts that include the top four ranked welterweights on the planet, as well as three more fights that feature talented Canadian stars.
Main Card Fights:
UFC Welterweight Championship: Georges St-Pierre (c) vs Carlos Condit (ic)
Johny Hendricks vs Martin Kampmann
Francis Carmont vs Tom Lawlor
Costa Philippou vs Nick Ring
Mark Hominick vs Pablo Garza
There are many options for viewing the fights. The PPV is available from major cable and satellite providers, as well as on UFC.com.
Some less conventional viewing methods include watching on the UFC's Facebook page through Facebook Credits, or ordering through the UFC app on XBox Live.
Looking for a less costly option? Many sports bars like Buffalo Wild Wings, Hooters or Applebees host the fights for their customers. For the price of a quesadilla appetizer and a beer, you get to watch a $54.99 PPV.
Attending the event live?
Doors at the Bell Centre in Montreal open at 5:15pm local time.