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Rousey vs McMann UFC 170 stream live, TV schedule, PPV start time and Vegas odds

Ronda Rousey celebrates her UFC Bantamweight Title over Liz Carmouche with fans at Honda Center on February 23, 2013 in Anaheim, California.
Ronda Rousey celebrates her UFC Bantamweight Title over Liz Carmouche with fans at Honda Center on February 23, 2013 in Anaheim, California.
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The UFC women’s bantamweight title will be the line tonight when Ronda Rousey and Sara McMann enter the Octagon for the historic UFC 170. According to Feb. 22 MMAF report, UFC 170 live stream, TV start time, pay-per-view schedule and Las Vegas odds are all available for UFC fans to enjoy.

For the first time in the history of the sport, two Olympic medalist will test their skills against one another, with the winner walking away with the 135-pound belt. Which Olympic sport will prove to be most effective: Will it be bronze judoka Ronda Rousey, or will silver-medal recipient, Sara McMann prove that USA wrestling is still among the best in the world?

UFC 170 takes place tonight at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nev., beginning with the UFC 170 (live stream) online prelims at 7 p.m. EST (6 p.m. CST/5 p.m. MST/4 p.m. PST).

Setting the tone for what will be a great night of fights, former CFA lightweight champion, (9-2) Yosdenis “The Pink Panther” Cedeño makes his UFC debut against undefeated (7-0) Ernest “The Mad Titan” Chavez, followed by (15-6-0) Rafaello “Tractor” Oliveira taking on (13-3) Eric “New Breed” Koch.

As far as UFC 170 betting odds are concerned, Las Vegas experts list the explosive Cedeño as a -300 money line favorite over Chavez [+240], while Koch will be a -450 betting line frontrunner in his bout against Oliveria [+350].

Those lightweight bouts will be streaming live and free of charge on UFC Fight Pass (free until March 1, 2014), beginning at the top of the hour. For more information on how to watch the UFC 170 free live stream online prelims please visit UFC.TV, or simply click here to start your (Fight Pass Live Stream) free trial.

From there, the action switches over to FOX Sports 1 for the televised scheduled portion of the UFC 170 preliminaries at 8 p.m. EST. Four fights make up this section of the event, which will also be streaming live and free on FOX Sports Go. For more information click here, and here’s what MMA fans can expect to see tonight (UFC 170 TV prelims & Vegas odds):

  • (15-5) Alexis Davis [-145] vs. (11-1) Jessica Eye [+115]
  • (20-4) Raphael Assuncao [-265] vs. (10-0) Pedro Munhoz [+205]
  • (11-3) Cody Gibson [+205] vs. (8-0) Aljamain Sterling [-265]
  • (16-4) Zach Makovsky [-185] vs. (11-2) Josh Sampo [+155]

It all culminates with the UFC 170 main card live on pay-per-view beginning at 10 p.m. EST. for those wishing to watch a live stream online feed of the UFC 170 main card there’s good news. The UFC is offering to buy this event at a discounted price via UStream – click here for more information on how to view the UFC 170 stream, and here are the five bouts on the main card and their respective betting odds:

  • (8-0) Ronda Rousey [-500] vs. (7-0) Sara McMann [+375]
  • (13-0) Daniel Cormier [-1375] vs. (4-0) Patrick Cummins [+975]
  • (15-2) Rory MacDonald [-275] vs. (18-5) Demian Maia [+215]
  • (25-9-1) Mike Pyle [-185] vs. (16-8) T.J. Waldburger [+155]
  • (12-3) Robert Whittaker [+100] vs. (8-1) Stephen Thompson [-130]

Don’t miss tonight’s ‘UFC 170: Rousey vs. McMann’ in what is sure to be a historic event for the sport of mixed martial arts. Watch the UFC 170 stream live at 7 p.m. EST with the prelims, followed by the TV scheduled portion of the event on FOX Sports 1, before culminating with the PPV start time of 10 p.m. EST.

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