UFC Video: UFC 164 Weigh-In Video

Fighters took the scale yesterday before they fight today at UFC 164. The weigh-ins took place where the event is tonight, at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee. All 24 fighters on the card made weight.

The main event of tonight’s UFC 164 is a rematch featuring UFC lightweight Benson Henderson facing off with former WEC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis. The challenger won the first bout between the two at the final WEC show in 2010. The co-feature is a battle of former UFC heavyweight champions as Josh Barnett battles Frank Mir.

Watch the video above of the weigh-ins.

Here are the results of yesterday’s weigh-ins:

MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)
• Benson Henderson (155) vs Anthony Pettis (154.5)
• Josh Barnett (255) vs Frank Mir (248)
• Clay Guida (146) vs Chad Mendes (145)
• Ben Rothwell (262) vs Brandon Vera (241)
• Erik Koch (145) vs Dustin Poirier (145.5)
PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1, 8 p.m. ET)
•Gleison Tibau (155) vs Jamie Varner (156)
•Tim Elliott (125.5) vs Louis Gaudinot (125)
•Pascal Krauss (170) vs Hyun Gyu Lim (171)
•Chico Camus (135) vs Kyung Ho Kang (136)
PRELIMINARY CARD (Facebook, 6:30 p.m. ET)
•Nikita Krylov (236) vs Soa Palelei (265)
•Ryan Couture (156) vs Al Iaquinta (156)
•Magnus Cedenblad (185) vs Jared Hamman (185.5)

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UFC Video: UFC 164 Pre-Fight Press Conference

The UFC returns to pay-per-view for the first time in four weeks on Saturday for UFC 164. The event takes place at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The main event will feature a rematch between UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson facing off against Anthony Pettis. The two squared off at the final WEC show in December 2010 with Pettis winning by unanimous decision and hitting the infamous “Showtime Kick” late in the fight.

The co-main event will feature two former UFC heavyweight champions and current top ten fighters as Josh Barnett returns to the UFC after 11 year run in various organizations as he will square off against Frank Mir.

Also on the card, top ten featherweights battle as Chad Mendes battles Clay Guida.

The UFC held the UFC 164 pre-fight press conference at the BMO Harris Bradley Center with the six fighters we mentioned along with UFC president Dana White. You can see the video above.

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Video: Preview of Tonight’s “Bellator MMA Unrivaled: The Russian Invasion”

One thing people about watching Bellator MMA is a great crop Russian fighters.

Tonight on Spike TV, you will learn a little bit more about the fighters as the promotion debuts, “Bellator MMA Unrivaled: The Russian Invasion”. The half-hour premieres at 11.p.m. ET/PT.

The show will feature Russian fighters like: (including Alexander Volkov, Alexander Shlemenko, Andrey Koreshkov and Shahbulat Shamhalaev). There will also be commentary from the likes of Bellator MMA President Bjorn Rebney, Frank Shamrock, Greg Jackson, Duke Roufus and Anthony Pettis.

Watch the preview above.

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Between The Ropes | Ricardo Lamas and Tim Boetsch Discuss UFC 162 – July 4, 2013

On today’s podcast we start our preview for UFC 162, which takes this Saturday night in Las Vegas. The main event of that show will feature UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva as he will be squaring off with Chris Weidman.

On today’s podcast we speak to UFC middleweight Tim Boetsch as he discusses his bout with Mark Munoz this Saturday night. Boetsch discusses his loss at UFC 155, PED usage, where a victory puts him in the middleweight division and much more.

We also speak to UFC featherweight contender Ricardo Lamas, who was supposed to fight the Korean Zombie at this weekend’s card. Lamas goes into why he deserved the shot at UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo instead of Zombie at UFC 163 in August, if he feels like Johny Hendricks, if he will wait for the winner of Aldo/Zombie and much more.

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