Watch UFC 121: Brock Lesnar vs. Cain Velasquez Live!

The Ultimate Fighting Championship heads to Anaheim, California for the fourth time on Saturday night Oct. 23 with UFC 121: “Lesnar vs. Velasquez” an action packed card with an anticipated heavyweight title fight featuring the UFC’s biggest star Brock Lesnar (UFC heavyweight champ) and the widely popular Mexican-American undefeated challenger Cain Velasquez.

The fight is intriguing for many reasons, will Brock be able to handle the speed and workrate of the smaller fighter Velasquez and will Cain be able to handle the size and power of  the former WWE wrestler Brock Lesnar? If Cain wins he will make history being the very first Mexican heavyweight champion in combat sport history. There has never been a Mexican heavyweight champion in either Boxing or Mixed Martial Arts.

SPIKE TV will once again broadcast two free prelim fights one hour before the actual Main Card Pay-per-view broadcast airs at 7:00 PM PT. The SPIKE TV prelims air live at 6:00 pm PT.

Preliminary non-televised card

Middleweight bout: Chris Camozzi vs. Dong Yi Yang
Heavyweight bout: Jon Madsen vs. Gilbert Yvel
Welterweight bout: Mike Guymon vs. Daniel Roberts
Lightweight bout: Sam Stout vs. Paul Taylor

Free Televised Preliminary card (SPIKE TV)

Middleweight bout: Patrick Côté vs. Tom Lawlor
Middleweight bout: Court McGee vs. Ryan Jensen

UFC 121 Pay-per-view broadcast Main card

Heavyweight bout: Brendan Schaub vs. Gabriel Gonzaga
Light Heavyweight bout: Tito Ortiz vs. Matt Hamill
Welterweight bout: Diego Sanchez vs. Paulo Thiago
Welterweight bout: Jake Shields vs. Martin Kampmann

Main Event – Heavyweight Championship bout: Brock Lesnar (Champion) vs. Cain Velasquez

Watch UFC 121 Lesnar vs. Velasquez airs Saturday, October 23, 2010 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California on Pay-per-view live at 10:00 pm ET/ 7:00 pm PT for more info visit

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