There are some great fights tonight even though Weidman had to pull out of his fight with Luke Rockhold due to yet another injury. Michael Bisping takes Weidman’s place in the middleweight championship fight, though I don’t expect him to put up much of a fight. Similarly, Dominick Cruz will likely dominate Urijah Faber in their bantamweight championship fight, which is the co-main event for UFC 199. There are lots of other interesting fights on the main and preliminary cards, including Max Holloway vs. Ricardo Lamas, Dan Henderson vs. Hector Lombard, Bobby Green vs. Dustin Poirier, Clay Guida vs. Brian Ortega, Alex Caceres vs. Cole Miller, Jessica Andrade vs. Jessica Penne, and Beneil Dariush vs. James Vick.
UFC 199: Rockhold vs. Bisping II takes place today, Saturday, June 4, 2016. The action begins early at 6:15 PM ET with four fights on UFC Fight Pass. Four more fights follow on Fox Sports 1 at 8 PM ET, and the main card Pay-Per-View starts at 10 PM ET.
Remember, if you don’t have access to Fox Sports 1–or maybe you’re a cable cutter without any traditional television access–head over to Unlocator to sign up for a free seven-day free trial. You can use Unlocator’s DNS servers on your phone, tablet, streaming device, computer, or even at the router level to watch the otherwise blacked out televised prelims through UFC Fight Pass. Typically the FS1 prelims are blacked out from Fight Pass subscribers due to the UFC’s television deals, but Unlocator will let you stream them through Fight Pass just like magic. It’s quick, it’s easy, and it’s cheap to do with Unlocator.
There will be no UFC 199 fight companion podcast with Brendan Schaub, Bryan Callen, or Eddie Bravo, as Joe will be working for the UFC tonight calling the action. If anything changes and “The Keto Kid” AKA “The Golden Snitch” AKA “Big Brown” decides to do one on his own, I’ll let you know here.
Enjoy the fights!