The Best 3 Reasons To Watch UFC 197 on FS1 this Saturday

The UFC 197 pay-per-view is shaping up to be a massive event.

UFC President Dana White says the card is set to be the biggest event of the year, but if you don’t count the pre-fight show, that number could be much higher.UFC President Dana Black said that he expects to see between 50,000 and 60,000 PPV viewers tune in to the event, and the UFC is expected to make over $1 billion in revenue.

UFC 196 made $931 million worldwide, while UFC 197 made $1.03 billion.

The fight card will feature a number of new and familiar faces on the card, including former lightweight champion Anthony Pettis, former middleweight champion Rashad Evans, former light heavyweight champion Rashid Magomedov, and former welterweight champion Carlos Condit.

The main event is expected on FS2 and UFC Fight Pass, and will be broadcast on pay-network HBO.

If you’re looking for a way to watch the UFC 197 PPV, there are three ways to do so.

The first is to subscribe to the UFC newsletter, which will deliver free access to the pay-Per-View event.

You’ll receive notifications when a PPV event becomes available, and you can opt to skip the email altogether by clicking here.

The second way to check out UFC 197 is through the UFC app.

This service will stream the PPV live on ESPN3, and it will also offer access to PPV events through the network’s digital channels.

If you’re interested in the show, you can find more information about the show here.

Finally, you could check out the UFC Twitter feed, which includes a full feed of updates and behind-the-scenes content.

If there’s anything to glean from all of this, it’s that there’s an incredible amount of hype surrounding UFC 197, and a lot of things that will be happening at the event will be nothing short of jaw-dropping.

The card is expected for a Friday, November 14, show, and UFC 196 took place last December.

The event will also be headlined by UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz vs. Nick Diaz.

The title fight is set for UFC 197.

If UFC 197 isn’t the biggest PPV in the history of the sport, then it’s hard to imagine it not being the most anticipated one.

If UFC 197 can make the $1 Billion in revenue that the UFC made worldwide, it will be the largest PPV since UFC 149 in 2010.