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10 Ways to Watch UFC RIO

No more excuses UFC RIO is available to watch in a variety of different ways. For a full list of viewing options, visit our HOW TO WATCH page.
Pay-Per-View  UFC RIO can be seen on Pay-Per-View through your local cable operator

UFC.tv Hear every word Aldo or Mendes's corners say. Re-watch every knockout from multiple angles or keep the camera on your favorite fighter even during his opponent's walkout. Watch the free demo of UFC.TV with its multiple camera angles, HD-quality stream, audio feeds and DVR controls. It's a futuristic experience available at your fingertips today - www.UFC.tv.

At a bar 'Tis the season to be out with friends, right? Visit bars.ufc.com from your computer or mobile device to find a location showing the big guys nears you.

On your Android On the move with your phone? Use the UFC Android Applicationwatch UFC RIO live.

On Your Favorite Site
 The biggest online video portals are catching UFC fever - catch the Pay-Per-View on YouTubeUStreamYahoo!, and more.

On Facebook Fans outside of the US and Canada can use Facebook credits to view the stream right on the same tab where you watch the prelims. Like!

On ROKU This UFC experience combines internet streaming on large-screen televisions. Make sure you download the UFC Channel on your ROKU set-top box. 

On Xbox  If you had a ticket to watch UFC 141 on Xbox Live, then check your email registered with your Gamertag to see how to get UFC RIO for free. 

Saturday, December 20
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