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Top 10 Reasons to Watch UFC 154 in Theaters

Can’t make it to Montreal for the highly-anticipated UFC 154: ST-PIERRE vs. CONDIT? See it in one of more than 350 select movie theaters nationwide!
Broadcast live from Montreal’s Bell Centre on Saturday, November 17 at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT, UFC fans can witness Georges St-Pierre’s return to the Octagon® at UFC 154 as he looks to extend his five-year, nine-fight winning streak against interim titleholder and “Natural Born Killer,” Carlos Condit. After an injury sidelined St-Pierre for over a year, Condit claimed the interim title by defeating Nick Diaz in February. Now the two will battle it out on St-Pierre’s home turf to determine the world’s best 170-pound fighter.
 
Need more reasons why to watch UFC 154 on the big screen in select movie theatres?
 
10) Your buddy’s house just can’t compete with a high-definition 52-foot big screen with 250 or so of your friends.

9) Top Canadian fighters Patrick Cote and Nick Ring will show off more than just their muscle – they’ll also don mustaches as they show off their Movember entries as they raise funds and awareness for men’s health issues.

8) Concession stands! Popcorn always goes well with a night of action-packed fights.

7) Finally, a date-night movie you and significant other can agree on… at least once you point out that she'll get to see GSP in bigger-than-life detail.

6) Never been to an event LIVE? It’s the next best thing to being in arena.  With the theatre’s massive surround sound, it’s as if you were in the Octagon® with the fighters. 

5) The return of the machine– Canadian featherweight star Mark “The Machine” Hominick is known as one of the most exciting 145-pound fighters in the sport. See him battle Pablo Garza in a can’t-miss featherweight contest!

4) Arianny and Brittney. Big Screen. Nuff said.

3) “Bigg Rigg” on the big screen - Johny Hendricks will meet Denmark’s Martin Kampmann
in a compelling co-main event that could well shape the future of the welterweight title picture. 

2) Witness the biggest event of the year alongside a UFC fighter. Nearly thirty UFC athletes will sign autographs and watch UFC 154 at their local theatres -- click here for a complete list of appearances. 

1) Watch history in the making as champion vs. champion battle it out to see who will leave as the undisputed best fighter in the UFC welterweight division. You don’t want to miss this!
 
Tickets for UFC 154: ST-PIERRE vs. CONDIT on the big screen are available at participating theatre box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com
 
Saturday, January 31
10PM/7PM
ETPT
Las Vegas, Nevada

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