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Don't Complain! Watch Saturday's Doubleheader

10 reasons to curb the complaints and just watch Saturday's UFC doubleheader
By: Steven Marrocco, MMA Junkie
"Here we go again, UFC fans. Less than a month after the promotion asked us to clear our schedule for a doubleheader, it’s back at it again for a pair of UFC Fight Night cards on Saturday.

"Of course, if you’re stateside and stay up to watch the first card live on UFC Fight Pass, you’re probably an insomniac, pretty close to rabid, or live on the West Coast. UFC Fight Night 43 goes down at Vector Arena in Auckland, New Zealand, and kicks off at 2:30 a.m. ET (11:30 p.m. PT) with the main card at 5 a.m. ET.

"If that’s too much of a stretch, UFC Fight Night 34 kicks off at the wholly reasonable time of 7:30 p.m ET. The event takes place at AT&T Center in San Antonio, with a single UFC Fight Pass bout opening a two-segment, 10-fight stretch on FOX Sports 1."

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