UFC 184 Live Stream


UFC 184 is the third of the big “THE TIME IS NOW” cards to start 2015. Despite losing it’s main event of Weidman vs Belfort due to injury, it’s still an interesting card with some good matchups. Even though it’s not the Blockbuster PPV event that it was originally scheduled to be, a lot of people will still be looking for a live stream for UFC 184 to catch the action live as it unfolds. Will Cat be able to solve the Ronda puzzle? How will  Holly Holm’s elite striking translate against Pennington? Will Ellenberger show up?


Main Card
Weight class
Women’s Bantamweight Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Cat Zingano
Women’s Bantamweight Raquel Pennington vs. Holly Holm
Welterweight Jake Ellenberger vs. Josh Koscheck
Welterweight Alan Jouban vs. Richard Walsh
Lightweight Tony Ferguson vs. Gleison Tibau
Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1)
Middleweight Mark Muñoz vs. Roan Carneiro
Bantamweight Roman Salazar vs. Norifumi Yamamoto
Welterweight Dhiego Lima vs. Tim Means
Heavyweight Derrick Lewis vs. Ruan Potts
Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Lightweight James Krause vs. Valmir Lazaro
Featherweight Masio Fullen vs. Alexander Torres


This is the first time that an event has been headlined and co-headlined by women fighters. Cat Zingano has been the #1 contender since her win over Miesta Tate, but due to injuries and personal reasons she took some time off. After a strong performance in her comeback fight, she’s finally getting her title shot. Cat was originally supposed to coach TUF opposite Ronda Rousey.


This is Holly Holm’s first fight in the UFC, and you can bet that if she wins it in a noteworthy fashion that she’ll be on the shortlist for the next shot at Ronda’s throne (Let’s face it, there aren’t many choices left and the UFC doesn’t want to burn-out potential contenders by matching them up against one another). Holm is a world-class striker, but she’ll only have a few moments to make that matter before getting dragged down to hell by Rousey but we’ll save that for when the fight’s actually booked.

Koscheck vs Ellenberger are a couple of name guys who haven’t been putting on the best performances lately. They’re both on 3-fight losing streaks so this is one of those matchups where you’re not really watching to see who wins, but you’re watching to see who doesn’t lose since the loser will almost certainly get cut from the UFC.

Muñoz is headlining the prelims against Carneiro who is entering the octagon for the very first time. Vitor Belfort was trying to get a fight against Munoz on this card, but Muñoz is probably happy to get more of a tune-up fight against a newcomer than to have to take on The Vitor, after going 1-3 in his last 4 bouts. 


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