Tonight is the night for the first ever historic women’s title fight in the UFC and your boss is making you work late. But you really want to see Ronda Rousey take on Liz Carmouche for the women’s UFC belt. You can’t make it home and you can’t get to your friend’s house so what can you do? With this loaded card tonight featuring Rousey’s fight and the light heavyweight showdown between Lyoto Machida vs. Dan Henderson with title implications this is a can’t miss event. Lucky for you there are a few ways to find it online if you are looking in the right places.
The pay per view portion of the show is the phenom ‘Rowdy’ Ronda Rousey vs. Liz Carmouche, the first openly gay fighter in the UFC. Their bout will determine the first ever women’s bantamweight champion. Perennial contenders Dan Henderson and Lyoto Machida will collide for the #1 contender spot at 205. Urijah Faber is facing his possible last fight in the UFC vs. Ivan Menjivar. Ultimate Fighter winner Court McGee takes on ‘The Dentist’ Josh Neer, and the bad guy, Josh Koscheck takes on knockout artist Robbie Lawler in the opening bout of the show.
The show’s undercard will air for free on Facebook and FX. Facebook will be stream Brock Jardine vs. Kenny Robertson, Neil Magny vs. Jon Manley, and Nah-Shon Burrell vs. Yuri Villefort around 6:30 Eastern Time to being the event.
In order to watch the UFC 157 “Prelims” on Facebook make sure to “Like” the official UFC Facebook page and look for the ‘Live Video’ tab on the left-side of the menu.
FX will feature the heavy handed Lavar Johnson vs. Brendan Schaub in a do or die bout for Schaub, Mike Chiesa from TUF live will meet Anton Kuivanen, Dennis Bermudez takes on Matt Grice, and Caros Fodor vs. Sam Stout will begin the broadcast on FX.
With such huge bouts taking place you don’t want to miss UFC 157. Rousey is looking to make history while Carmouche is looking for the huge upset. And with a title shot at stake Hendo vs. Machida is pretty big as well.
You can order the show online from the UFC at www.ufc.tv. The event costs just $44.99. If you want to order the event there you can even watch it on your phone by downloading the UFC.tv app for your device.
There are other sites such as Sopcast that will have streams of the show but they often get taken down and are very unreliable. Ordering the pay per view straight from the UFC is the best way to see the event in it’s entirety.