UFC on FX 6: Live Streaming Post-Fight Press Conference Video

Sean SmithAnalyst IDecember 14, 2012

Ross Pearson and George Sotiropoulos have developed a healthy rivalry as coaches on The Ultimate Fighter: Smashes. Things will finally be settled between the two lightweights at UFC on FX 6, which essentially serves as the season finale of the reality series.

In addition to the main event between the coaches from the show, UFC on FX 6 will include the finals of the two tournaments that ran during the first season of The Ultimate Fighter: Smashes

At welterweight, Robert Whittaker will meet Brad Scott in a battle for a guaranteed UFC contract. Fellow British fighters Colin Fletcher and Norman Parke will do the same in the lightweight division.

Furthermore, Hector Lombard will attempt to bounce back from a loss in his UFC debut with a win over Rousimar Palhares on Friday. Palhares is also coming off of a disappointing loss to Alan Belcher in his most recent outing.

Shortly after the event concludes, Person, Sotiropoulos, Whittaker, Scott, Fletcher, Parke and several more of the night's competitors will likely join a UFC official for a post-fight press conference. A live streaming feed of the post-fight press conference will be available on the above video player, so make sure to check back here to tune in.

After the press conference, stick with Bleacher Report for more on UFC on FX 6 and the rest of your MMA needs.

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