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UFC 137 video player: Watch press conferences, weigh-ins and interviews here

Watch live video of weigh-ins, press conferences and more
Watch live video of weigh-ins, press conferences and more
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With UFC 137 just a couple of days away, many MMA fans may still be trying to decide whethere they'll spend their hard-earned money on the pay-per-view broadcast. The loss of the welterweight title fight between Georges St. Pierre and Carlos Condit will undoubtedly take some of the fight card's appeal away, especially with more casual fans. But there's still a lot to like about this card and the video player on this page will certainly help get you acquainted with the match-ups and have you ready for all the action on Saturday.

Moving up as the main event is a welterweight fight between former UFC Lightweight Champion, B.J. Penn and former Strikeforce Welterweight Champion, Nick Diaz. Personally, I love this match-up and was more excited to see this fight than I was the St. Pierre/Condit bout. Diaz and Penn have very similar skill sets. Both are exceptional Jiu Jitsu fighters and both are very good boxers. Penn is more about strategic power punches, while Diaz throws a staggering volume punches and rapid succession. Both have been very successful on the ground and on their feet. The biggest difference in the fight is their body types and ages and I can't wait to see how it plays out.

Below you'll find a schedule of video events to be broadcast on the player on this page. In addition to those, the player is loaded with interviews and previews that you can watch at any time.

Thursday 10.27.2011

UFC® 137 PENN vs. DIAZ Pre-Fight Press Conference – Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas NV

LIVE STREAM: 1:00pm PT (4:00pm ET)

Friday 10.28.2011

UFC® 137 PENN vs. DIAZ Official Weigh-In – Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas NV

LIVE STREAM: 4:00pm PT (7:00pm ET)

Saturday 10.29.2011

EVENT NIGHT

UFC® 137 PENN vs. DIAZ Post-Fight Press Conference – Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas NV

ARCHIVE ONLY: Available shortly after the conclusion of the event

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