by MMAWeekly.com (Courtesy of UFC.com)
Ultimate Fighting Championship pulls into Philadelphia this week for the first
time in the promotion’s history. UFC lightweight champion B.J. Penn defends his
belt in the main event against challenger Kenny Florian. In the co-main event, middleweight
champ Anderson Silva takes a trip up to the light heavyweight division to face
former champion Forrest Griffin.
become a staple of UFC coverage on MMAWeekly.com, the UFC will be providing
live streams of the UFC 101 pre-fight press conference, the UFC 101 weigh-ins,
and the UFC 101 post-fight press conference.
UFC President Dana White, B.J. Penn, Kenny Florian, Anderson Silva, and Forrest
Griffin, is scheduled to begin live streaming on Thursday at approximately 10
a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET on MMAWeekly.com.
are set to
being streaming on Friday at approximately 1 p.m. PT / 4 p.m. ET on
is set to
begin streaming on Saturday night shortly after the main event ends depending
on how quickly the fighters are ready after the event. The approximate time is
10:30 p.m. PT / 1:30 a.m. ET, but could be a little sooner or a little later.
press conferences and weigh-ins will stream live, you can watch several UFC
101 special video features any time, day or night. These video features
are available UFC 101 Video Center 24 hours a day, courtesy of the UFC.
UFC 101 Main Card
Penn (13-5-1; #3 Lightweight)* vs. Kenny Florian (12-3; #6 Lightweight)*
-Anderson Silva (24-4; #1 Middleweight)*
vs. Forrest Griffin (18-5; #3 Light Heavyweight)*
-Amir Sadollah (5-0) vs. Johny Hendricks (5-0)
-Ricardo Almeida (10-3) vs. Kendall Grove (12-5)
-Kurt Pellegrino (13-4) vs. Josh Neer (25-7-1)
UFC 101 Preliminary
Riley (27-11-1) vs. Shane Nelson (12-3)
-Tamdan McCrory (11-2) vs. John Howard (11-4)
-Alessio Sakara (13-7) vs. Thales Leites (14-2)
-Matt Riddle (3-1) vs. Dan Cramer (3-1)
-George Sotiropoulos (11-3) vs. George Roop (9-4)
-Jesse Lennox (10-1) vs. Danillo Villefort (9-2)
airs on pay-per-view
*Based on MMAWeekly
World MMA Rankings