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St-Pierre vs. Diaz Live Stream Fight Online
UFC 158 live , UFC 158 live stream , UFC 158 fight online , Diaz vs GSP , UFC 158 video , Streaming free UFC 158 , Watch UFC 158 online , ppv fight UFC 158 , UFC 158 streaming free , UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz is an upcoming mixed martial arts event to be held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on March 16, 2013 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. UFC 158 Live Stream . In case you are unaware, there is more than one fight on Saturday's fight card. In fact, there are a total of 12 fights taking place from the Bell Centre in Montreal on Saturday night, including two fights that could rearrange the top of the welterweight rankings as Carlos Condit meets Johny Hendricks and Jake Ellenberger takes on Nate Marquardt. Bleacher Report will be on site at the Bell Centre for all the happenings at the weigh-ins, so make sure to check back as we do our best to capture the atmosphere from the event on Friday afternoon.
UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz Live
Sunday, March 17 - from 02:00 GMT
Montreal-UFC 158 Live Stream If you think the build-up to UFC 158 has been interesting over the last week or so, just wait until Friday's weigh-ins, or so said UFC president Dana White.
UFC 158 Live Stream Following Thursday's rather heated pre-fight press conference, White met with the media and said, referring to the fight card's main-event competitors, welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre and Nick Diaz, "You think they're bad today, wait until tomorrow at the weigh-ins; they'll be 10 times worse than they are today."
We'll find out if that is promoter hyperbole from White or reality shortly after 4 p.m. ET on Friday when the UFC 158 Live Stream fighters hit the scales for the weigh-ins.
UFC 158 Full Fight Card:
UFC 158 Live Stream Georges St-Pierre vs. Nick Diaz
Carlos Condit vs. Johny Hendricks
Jake Ellenberger vs. Nate Marquardt
Chris Camozzi vs. Nick Ring
Colin Fletcher vs. Mike Ricci
Patrick Cote vs. Bobby Voelker
Antonio Carvalho vs. UFC 158 Live Stream Darren Elkins
Jordan Mein vs. Dan Miller
Daron Cruickshank vs. John Makdessi
UFC 158 Live Stream
Quinn Mulhern vs. Rick Story
T.J. Dillashaw vs. Issei Tamura
Reuben Duran vs. George Roop
UFC 158: St-Pierre Vs Diaz takes place this Saturday night, and as always the UFC UFC 158 Live Stream will be streaming the first few fights on facebook and youtube, and the rest on the FX network in the states. There is plenty to breakdown on the UFC 158 prelims, so take a look at how they all stack up and stay tuned to Fighters.com for the Main Card predictions.
Reuben Duran Vs UFC 158 Live Stream George Roop (Bantamweight)
Roop has been as streaky as they come in the UFC featherweight and bantamweight divisions, but is capable of lighting up an opponent in spectacular fashion. Both Roop and Duran are likely fighting for their UFC 158 Live Stream contracts, as Duran is ls also coming off of a knockout loss, but Duran seems to be a perfect opponent for Roop. I see Roop overwhelming Duran early with strikes early in the fight.
George Roop via technical knockout, round 1
T.J. Dillashaw Vs Issei Tamura (Bantamweights)
Tamura is going to have an uphill battle in this one against a grappler like Dillashaw. Tamura will likely have a hard time landing anything besides his jab, including his overhand right, and will spend a lot of time fighting underneath the Team Alpha Male member. If Dillashaw feels that things are going his way on the feet, he may chose to exchange with Tamura, but I expect him to either ride this out in half guard to get the win or earn a submission late in the fight.
T.J. Dillashaw via unanimous decision
Rick Story Vs Quinn Mulhern (Welterweights)
Mulhern is a Strikeforce import who is riding a three fight winning streak. Mulhern was riding a seven fight win streak when he fought Jason High in his first Strikeforce bout, and has won all three of his fights since. He steps in on short notice to fight Story who is coming off a painful looking neck crank loss to Demian Maia at UFC 153. Expect the bjj black-belt Mulhern to control the fight early and into the second round, but Story really turning it around in the bout for some late fight heroics and rattling the ground fighter with strikes.
Rick Story via technical knockout, round 3
Daron Cruickshank Vs John Makdessi (Lightweights)
Cruickshank lost an exhibition bout on TUF, but he hasn't lost a professional bout since 2011, and he has rattled off 6 straight wins. He has been able to use his striking to finish opponents, and out point them. Makdessi is looking to continue the momentum after snapping a losing streak, which included his first professional loss, when he won over Sam Stout at UFC 154. This is a fight of the night candidate, and if Makdessi can focus on his technical kickoxing background he can out point Daron much like he did to Stout.
John Makdessi via unanimous decision
Dan Miller Vs Jordan Mein (Welterweights)
Miller is going to do whatever he has to do to slow down this fight. Mein is going to come forward in a hurry looking to put Miller's lights out, and Miller can not let him get comfortable in the octagon on Saturday night. Miller will close the distance, and smother Mein until he gets the submission late in the second round.
Dan Miller via submission, round 2
Darren Elkins Vs Antonio Carvalho (Featherweights)
Elkins is riding a four fight decision streak in the featherweight division while Carvalho has a two fight winning streak of his own going. Carvalho is no slouch on the ground, and that is exactly where Elkins wants this fight to take place, but chances are Elkins will be slick enough to avoid any submissions he may attempt. Elkins decision train keeps rolling him toward an eventual title shot and gets the ud.
Daren Elkins via unanimous decision
Bobby Voelker Vs Patrick Cote (Welterweights)
This is Cote's welterweight debut, and a big part of the outcome in this one is about how this will affect the 33 year old Canadian. Voelker will be making his UFC debut after winning his last three in Strikeforce. Voelker will take the fight to Cote from the second the bell rings looking to test the weight advantage Cote will have supposedly gained. Look for clubbing right hands from Voelker that will catch Cote late in the second round to finish off the preliminary card.
Bobby Voelker via technical knockout, round 2