ProElite.com will stream the main event Elite XC lightweight title fight between KJ Noons and Yves Edwards tonight after the fight is aired on Showtime courtesy of "Cage Cam," giving fans an up close, in-cage view of the action.
The Cage Cam is a high-tech camera suspended above the cage that gives viewers an overhead look at the fight. It moves around on a cable that covers the entire cage so the audience can follow the action throughout the match.
It's a pretty cool way to see a fight for the second time.
This isn't the first time we've seen the replay of a main event fight through the Cage Cam. Sho.com also streamed the Frank Shamrock and Cung Le Strikeforce middleweight title fight on March 29 immediately after the Showtime telecast.
It's always interesting to see any kind of action from different vantage points. This could be worth a look, especially if Noons and Yves give us a fight like Frank and Cung did back in March.
As always, ProElite.com will also stream five of the untelevised undercard bouts live starting around 7 p.m ET. Those five fights are as follows:
140 lbs: Mark Oshiro (10-1) vs. Chris Willems (1-1)
160 lbs: Mike Aina (9-6) vs. Kaleo Kwan (8-8)
265 lbs: Chris Barnard (1-1) vs. Lolohea Mahe (1-0)
160 lbs: PJ Dean (1-2) vs. Dean Lista (1-1)
135 lbs: Russell Doane (1-1) vs. Dwayne Haney (1-0)
Remember that ProElite.com will also stream the non title bout between Icon Sport Middleweight Champion Kala Kolohe Hose and Robert McDaniel after the event as well. The fact that Hose isn't on the main card is a testament to how good some of these other fighters are.
This is going to be a very entertaining event tonight from the Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu, Hawaii. To catch the main card action tune-in to Showtime at 10 p.m. ET tonight (June 14).