Watch UFC 156 online stream tonight (Feb. 2): Live video feed/PPV details for 'Aldo vs Edgar'

The complete UFC 156 fight card will air later this evening on two different networks -- FX and pay-per-view (PPV) -- as well as online via Facebook. Here's how to catch tonight's (Feb. 2, 2013) super "Aldo vs. Edgar" mixed martial arts (MMA) action from any location.


Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will once again air an entire fight card TONIGHT (Feb. 2, 2013), its first major pay-per-view (PPV) event of the year, when Featherweight champion Jose Aldo welcomes former Lightweight kingpin, Frankie Edgar, to the 145-pound division in what the world's leading mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion is billing as a "super" fight.

UFC 156: "Aldo vs. Edgar," which will emanate from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, will begin around 7 p.m. ET with the Bantamweight fight between Edwin Figueroa and Francisco Rivera that will stream LIVE on

Once the one-hour long Facebook stream ends, the rest of the "Prelims" under card will begin to air live on FX at 8 p.m., featuring fights between Evan Dunham vs. Gleison Tibau and Jay Hieron vs. Tyron Woodley, among others.

There are tons of ways to watch the pay-per-view (PPV) main card tonight, which begins at 10 p.m. ET. The main event, of course, will feature the aforementioned clash of champions, current and former, when "Scarface" collides with "The Answer."

You can call up Comcast or your local cable and/or satellite provider (DirecTV, DISH Network, etc.) and order the PPV on your television. For the Internet folks among us, you can also stream the event on your computers using UFC.TV, Yahoo! Sports or UStream, among others.

And if you're really in a pinch, you can watch UFC 156 on your mobile phone via the Android Market and AppStore or even now on and Roku. Gamers can also catch the UFC 156 action on Xbox Live with the help of their video game consoles.

Want to watch UFC 156 at a local bar? Find out which establishments near you are showing the fights tonight right here.

However, if you need your UFC 156 results as soon as possible, for free, will deliver up-to-the-minute results and live fight coverage, including round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of all the UFC 156: "Aldo vs. Edgar" action before, during and after the event RIGHT HERE.

More details on the UFC 156 fight card, who is fighting who, as well as how to keep yourself updated all night long, below:

Main Event:

UFC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar

Main Card On PPV:

205 lbs.: Rashad Evans vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira
265 lbs.: Alistair Overeem vs. Antonio Silva
170 lbs.: Jon Fitch vs. Demian Maia
125 lbs.: Joseph Benavidez vs. Ian McCall

"Prelims" Under Card On FX:

155 lbs.: Evan Dunham vs. Gleison Tibau
170 lbs.: Jay Hieron vs. Tyron Woodley
155 lbs.: Bobby Green vs. Jacob Volkmann
155 lbs.: Yves Edwards vs. Isaac Vallie-Flagg

"Prelims" Under Card On Facebook:

135 lbs.: Chico Camus vs. Dustin Kimura
135 lbs.: Edwin Figueroa vs. Francisco Rivera

To watch the UFC 156 "Prelims" on Facebook, (if you have a Facebook profile) simply "Like" the UFC Facebook page and check out the "UFC Live Streams" tab on the left-side menu.

Remember, too, that our round-by-round results of the under card fights on Facebook/FX will begin to flow around 7 p.m. ET later this evening and run right on through to our main card PPV coverage, which is set to start at 10 p.m. ET.

To get up to speed on all the news and notes for UFC 156: "Aldo vs. Edgar" be sure to hit up our comprehensive event archive right here.

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