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UFC 130: Three Free Fights on Facebook and How to Watch Online

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
May/28/2011
UFC 130 Facebook

UFC 130 will feature three free fights courtesy of Facebook.com.   So how do you watch UFC 130 online?

To view the three free fights on Facebook, click “Like” on the UFC Facebook page then check out the “Live Video” tab at 6:45 pm ET. 

Bart Palazewski vs. Gleison Tibau

Chris Cariaso vs. Michael McDonald

Renan Barao vs. Cole Escovedo

Tibau was a pretty big -350 favorite while Renan was also around -360.  McDonald was around -400.

In other words, these are pretty lopsided fights.

And hey Apple users, there is a UFC app that can be purchased through iTunes for $0.99.  You can watch UFC 130 from the video vault on your iPhone, iPod touch or the iPad.  The event will cost $44.99 and starts off at 9 pm ET. 

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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