USA vs Brazil in UFC 124’s main event

The long wait is finally over. UFC fans all over the world would finally witness the the display of mixed martial arts skills as UFC 124 takes place this weekend. It would be held live at Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec , Canada. It would be featuring the championship fight in the Welterweight division wherein the Canadian and the famous Georges St. Pierre (GSP) will defend his belt against the American Josh Koscheck.

These famous fighters would surely make the keyword UFC 124 live stream the mostly searched in all search engines as the game approaches.

Aside from the match of GSP and Koscheck, it just so happen that among the remaining fights in the main card would be a match between an American and a Brazilian. Both nationalities are known to be producing great mixed martial artists and it seems to become a battle of nations this time. In the welterweight division, the famous Brazilian Thiago Alves will face the American John Howard. Each hoards several great UFC performances and awesome winnings. Alves is known to knock out his enemy while Howard makes most of his opponents submit to him. Whoever wins on whichever way will be one of the things that would be anticipated in the event.

Then another American versus Brazilian match will take place between Jim Miller (USA) and Charles Oliviera (Brazil) for the Lightweight division. Both fighters have their majority of their wins by way of submission. It would be more challenging in the part of Miller as he would be facing the undefeated Oliviera. Will Miller be the first one to blemish his record? No one knows yet and surely Oliveira will not let it happen.

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