Today’s UFC 164 fighter weigh-ins are being held at Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wis., the same site that hosts Saturday’s PPV event headlined with a lightweight title fight between champion Benson Henderson and top contender Anthony Pettis. Heavyweights Frank Mir and Josh Barnett clash in the co-headliner.
Today’s UFC 164 weigh-ins will stream LIVE at 5 p.m. ET (2 p.m. PT) from the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wis., the same location hosting Saturday’s PPV card headlined with a lightweight title bout between reigning champ Benson Henderson and top contender Anthony Pettis. A heavyweight match-up between Josh Barnett and Frank Mir co-headline.
Back tonight with another round of interviews and analysis around the landscape of MMA. We start things off by welcoming XFC flyweight Cortney Casey (1-0) to the program. Casey defeated Kelly Warren in Tampa earlier this year to kick start her professional career. She will meet fellow 125 pound scrapper Pearl Gonzalez (1-1) in Nashville as part of XFC 26 on October 18th
Benson Henderson currently occupies an unusual space, he has reached the pinnacle of his profession, winning and retaining a world title, but he is not yet a star. At UFC 164, he will be fighting for recognition, something that has so far eluded his tenure as champion, and, because of the opponent, redemption.
The UFC 164 PPV event will take place on Saturday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The event will be headlined by the UFC lightweight title fight between champion Ben Henderson and challenger Anthony Pettis. The fight is a rematch from their 2010 encounter under the WEC banner with Pettis earning the split decision win to become the final WEC lightweight champion.
The UFC Fight Night 27 event that’s slated for Wednesday night in Indiana isn’t the only major event this week. The UFC 164 PPV will also take place this week on Saturday night and will take place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The main event will feature a rematch from the final WEC event which took place in 2010 between a pair of lightweights in Ben Henderson and Anthony Pettis.