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UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz takes place tonight from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The festivities begin with three fights on UFC Fight Pass at 7:00 p.m. ET, continue with another four on Fox Sports 1 at 8:00 p.m. ET. Find out all your options for how to watch the action right here.

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After producing three events already to start off 2015, the UFC will add a fourth and final event on the final day of the month, this time with a main event that has little to do with the grand scheme of things in the promotion. The event, UFC 183, will showcase the return of former middleweight kingpin Anderson Silva, as he attempts to snap a two-fight losing streak with a win against former Strikforce champion Nick Diaz. It is a fight that has many salivating at the prospect of ensuing violence, yet it is not the only entertaining bout on the card.

In the co-main event, TUF winner Kelvin Gastelum will take on his biggest challenge to date in Tyron Woodley. Also on the main card in a lightweight clash between Al Iaquinta and Joe Lauzon, a middleweight fight between Tim Boetsch and Thales Leites, as well as a welterweight thriller between Thiago Alves and Jordan Mein.

The four-fight preliminary card on Fox Sports 1 begins at 8:00 p.m. ET. The Fox Sports 1 preliminary card consists of: Sara McMann vs. Miesha Tate, Derek Brunson vs. Ed Herman, John Lineker vs. Ian McCall, and Rafael Natal vs. Tom Watson.

Leading into the preliminary portion of the card is an hour of online viewing at UFC Fight Pass. The two fight are Diego Brandao vs. Jimy Hettes, Ildemar Alcantara vs. Richardson Moreira, and Andy Enz vs. Thiago "Marreta" Santos.

To get ready for the fights, here's some video analysis of the UFC 183 fight card by our own Dallas Winston and Zane Simon.

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  • Four preliminary bouts will play on Fox Sports 1 starting at 8 p.m. ET
  • Almost every major cable or satellite carrier offers the PPV's in standard definition and hi-def. A list of carriers is available here including Comcast, DirecTV, and DISH Network.
  • Roku will be an option for watching the PPV on your TV.
  • The PPV show will also stream on XBox live, providing yet another option if you don't have satellite or cable.

Follow all the UFC 183 action and get live play-by-play and complete UFC 183 results at Bloody Elbow