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Top 11 ways to watch UFC 111

UFC 111: St-Pierre vs. Hardy promises to be the biggest night of the year so far in the UFC. Even though the Prudential Center in Newark is sold out, there are more ways than ever to be part of the action.

UFC 111: St-Pierre vs. Hardy promises to be the biggest night of the year so far in the UFC. Even though the Prudential Center in Newark is sold out, there are more ways than ever to be part of the action this Saturday at 10 pm ET/7 pm PT.

1. On the Big Screen
Movie theaters in 300-plus cities around the country will stream the PPV live in HD -- find a US theater near you at NCM Fathom or a Canadian site at Cineplex. Order tickets online to avoid the lines Saturday night.

2. En Espanol (o en Francais)
For the first time in UFC history, a fight card will be broadcast completely in English, Spanish and French with unique cageside commentary in each language. Click here for more information.

3. On Your Computer in Smooth HD
UFC Live offers the same great PPV stream in Smooth HD for your home computer -- or connect it to your big TV for an epic evening. Best of all, when you order by 10 pm ET/7 pm PT Friday night, you get access to all the unaired prelims for free.

4. While Tweeting
Chat with fellow fans and guest tweeters Tom Lawlor and Joe Lauzon by following @ufc during the fights. Hear instant feedback and weigh in yourself when you're part of the greatest trending topic of 2010.

5. With Fighters
A handful of movie theaters around the country will have UFC and WEC stars hosting the festivities with Q&As, autograph sessions and more. Host fighters include Mark Munoz, Clay Guida, Tim Credeur, Jason Brilz, DaMarques Johnson, Todd Duffee, Joseph Benavidez and more. Click here to find out who's near you.

6. With Your Friends
Ordering the PPV is fun but it's even better with company -- if you haven't already invited your friends over, click here and choose "host a party" to use our exclusive invitation.

7. At a Sports Bar
If you're the type who needs screens showing basketball and women bringing wings to truly have fun, sports bars around the country have you covered. Click here and choose "sports bars" to find a bar near you showing the fights.UFC 111 Press Conference GSP

8. On Your iPhone
We know, sometimes you just can't be by a big screen during the fights (we're looking at you, Arianny Celeste). Fortunately our iPhone app lets you buy and watch the fights from whereever you are.

9. On a 70-Foot Screen
UFC 111 will be shown on a 70-foot high-def screen in Manhattan at a special evening hosted by Chuck Liddell, Matt Serra and Stephan Bonnar. Click here to buy tickets.

10. From the Front Rows
At each fight, venues put aside the very best seats in each price section exclusively for UFC Fight Club members. Ultimate members of the UFC Fight Club get access to presales for each fight, generally days before tickets go on sale to the general public.

11. Next to the Octagon Girls
Talk about a great view! It's too late to score these primo seats for UFC 111, but when you play free UFC Poker, you can win a VIP trip to an upcoming UFC event that includes seats by the Octagon girls.

So... how are you watching UFC 111?

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