The UFC 158 live streaming and televised Pay-Per-View arrives at 10 p.m. EST with Georges St-Pierre putting his UFC Welterweight Championship on the line against Nick Diaz. The fight already had some heated moments before the Pay-Per-View when the two MMA stars had to be pulled apart during the recent UFC 158 weigh-in.
According to a MMA Fighting report from March 15, the weigh-in in Montreal saw Nick Diaz and Georges St-Pierre come in at 169 lbs and 170 lbs, respectively. Once the two got near to one another, Diaz took one more step forward getting into GSP's face. UFC President Dana White got in the middle of his two fights to prevent any serious brawl from breaking out ahead of their showdown in the Octagon.
St-Pierre said after he had weighed in:
"I can talk as much as i want, but tomorrow I'm going to walk the walk. That's all I'm going to say."
Nick Diaz didn't really talk about his opponent, but instead praised his various coaches or training assistants. He enters the fight with a record of 26-8 and 1 no contest, while GSP, current champ, comes in at 23-2 and is the heavy favorite.
Also on the card is a co-main event with Johnny Hendricks taking on Carlos Condit. Condit tipped the scales at 169 to Hendricks' 171 pounds. Also, Jake Ellenberger came in at 170 pounds to Nate Marquardt's 171 pounds ahead of their bout.
To see these three huge MMA fights and two others on the main Pay-Per-View, fans can order UFC 158 live streaming on services such as Roku, UFC.TV, Yahoo! Sports, YouTube and UStream. Also, the event can be ordered on cable or satellite service providers such as Cox Cable or DISH Network prior to and during the 10 p.m. EST start time on Saturday night.