Anderson Silva’s return to the Octagon this Saturday on UFC FIGHT PASS against English legend Michael Bisping can now be seen in more than 2,000 bars across the United States.
In addition to being available live only to UFC FIGHT PASS subscribers, fans can also check out the action in participating bars and restaurants. To find a bar near you showing the event, go to bars.ufc.com.
The main event of UFC Fight Night Silva vs. Bisping begins at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT from The O2 in London.
The longest reigning middleweight champion in UFC history, Brazil’s Silva ruled the 185-pound class from 2006 to 2013. After returning from a broken leg suffered in his rematch against Chris Weidman, Silva was back in form in his 2015 bout against Nick Diaz.
Now the 40-year-old “Spider” will begin another title run against Manchester’s Bisping, a perennial contender who put British MMA on the map after winning season three of The Ultimate Fighter. Winner of two straight over CB Dollaway and Thales Leites, Bisping could put himself in the title picture with a win over the Brazilian icon this February.