UFC 162 Fight Card: How to Watch Epic PPV Event on Saturday Night
If you're looking for ways to catch UFC 162 on Saturday night, you've come to the right place. The UFC always has a plethora of viewing options and networks broadcasting all or some portion of their events.
Saturday night's event from Las Vegas is no exception. Here's a breakdown of how you can watch each stage of UFC 162.
Ways to Watch
7 p.m. ET
8 p.m. ET
Only on FX
10 p.m. ET
You may also contact your local cable provider to order.
You can see the entire fight card here.
What to Watch For
Now that you know how to watch the event, here's a few things to watch for over the course of the night.
Frankie Edgar Needs a Win...Badly
Although each of the decisions in Edgar's last three fights could have gone either way, the official result was a loss for the 31-year-old former lightweight champion.
Facing the possibility of a four-fight losing streak, Edgar needs to stop his skid. He won't be facing a pound-for-pound top-five fighter on Saturday night, but Charles Oliveira is still a dangerous opponent.
His height and submission prowess could be a tough test for Edgar.
A Gracie Fights in an UFC Event
The Gracie name is like a royalty in MMA. With the UFC being the premier fighting promotion in the world, anytime a Gracie competes in an UFC event, it is a noteworthy occurrence. Roger Gracie will take on Tim Kennedy on Saturday as part of the main card.
Gracie has a five-inch height advantage, but Kennedy's power and explosion could create issues for Gracie. The latter has never been especially good on his feet and Kennedy would be smart to try and keep the fight standing.
Can The Spider Reign Supreme Again?
UFC middleweight champion Anderson "The Spider" Silva has a fairly tough test on his hands with Chris Weidman. The challenger doesn't have the experience Silva has, but he's a very strong wrestler and a good enough athlete to conduct himself respectably as a striker.
This fight will either signal the end of a historic reign as champion for Silva or be just another example of why he's considered by many to be the greatest of all time.
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