After the carnage, check out the post-fight press conference for UFC 169 right here in the video below.
A live stream of the event is scheduled for 2 a.m. ET, or roughly an hour after the final match takes place.
In the night’s main event, Renan Barao puts his UFC bantamweight title on the line against Urijah Faber. Also, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo defends against Ricardo Lamas.
Winners, losers and UFC president Dana White are all expected to attend the press conference.
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Scrumming with Dana White is like panning for gold: sometimes you get nothing but wet shoes, sometimes you get shiny nuggets that you can melt down into a ring in the fires of Mount Doom and then you can sneak up on dragons. Yesterday, at the UFC media day ahead of UFC 169, the Baldfather got on the subject of football and BOOM! We got a tirade on the pussification of America. Watch and enjoy, and realize that in his fervor I think Dana showered me with spittle (I was the guy asking about Donald Trump).
Neil Magny understands that the odds of keeping his UFC job are not great if he is unable to get back in the win column as soon as possible.
Thankfully for Magny, he’ll get that opportunity this weekend at UFC 169 when he faces Gasan Umalatov on the prelims.
For Magny, an alum of The Ultimate Fighter, dealing with back-to-back losses in 2013 has him on the edge.
“I’m in a tough position where I’m coming off back-to-back losses in the UFC and my job may depend on how this fight goes,” Magny said, during a recent interview with UFC.com. “It does put things in a different perspective, but I’m also young enough where if something like that does happen, I can bounce back and recover from it. But my focus in this fight is doing what I can do and giving them a reason to keep me around. I want to show them why they signed me in the first place.”
Magny, who trains out of Grudge Training Center in Colorado, will be returning to his home for the first time since joining the UFC. The Brooklyn-born fighter has never fought professional anywhere near his home state.
“This is going to be a good fight. It’s my first time competing on the east coast and that is where I grew up,” he said. “I’ll have a lot of family and friends there and I’m going to be very comfortable in this fight. It’s going to be exciting with lots of action.”