Thursday, September 29, 2016

UFC 200 Livestream, Predictions & Other Details

UFC 200 Livestream, Predictions & Other Details

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is gearing up for one of its largest, most stacked fight cards ever. The biggest names in mixed martial arts (MMA) will face off with each other in Las Vegas over the weekend. Who will ultimately come out on top after UFC 200?

Experts and viewers alike might find it difficult to predict this year’s winners. However, that won’t stop them from making predictions anyway. Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones will come head to head under the light heavyweight division in this year’s headlining event. Nonetheless, there are other fighters of note in this year’s UFC 200. Who do fans think will win?

According to MMAJunkie.com, Cormier might have a +235 odds advantage over his opponent, but around 71 per cent of the site’s readers still think Jones will win after the main event. In the match up between the women’s bantamweight champions, most fans think Miesha Tate will triumph over Amanda Nunes.

 

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Most fans also favor Frankie Edgar’s win in the featherweight division over Jose Aldo. Meanwhile, most MMAJunkie.com readers predict Brock Lesnar’s defeat at the hands of Mark Hunt in the heavyweight division. They also seem to think Cain Velasquez has a better shot at dominating the other heavyweight match-up against three-time winner Travis Browne.

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All these UFC 200 fighters will battle it out in the recently opened T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fans outside the state can catch the live action, too. According to UFC’s official website, several cable companies will offer pay-per-view services for this upcoming MMA event, including DirecTV, AT&T, Comcast, Verizon FIOS, Time Warner Cable, Spectrum and many others. Fans also have the option of watching it online through UFC Fight Pass or on their tablets through iTunes and Google Play.

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