It's not long now.
This week marks the busiest week in the history of the UFC. Three consecutive nights of fighting culminating in two title fights back to back. Firstly the welterweight bout between Chris Wiedmann and Luke Rockhold and, more importantly, the fight that everyone has been waiting over a year for, Conor McGregor vs Jose Aldo.
Those of us not lucky enough to be in Las Vegas for the fight are now looking to plan how exactly they will watch the fight. Many are wondering things like where can I watch McGregor Aldo or what time is McGregor Aldo on? Never fear because Balls is here with your guide to UFC 194.
What time does the fight start?
The fight itself does not start until the small hours because of the time difference and the number of fights that are on the card before McGregor and Aldo. An initial estimate of 5:30 in the morning has been set but depending on how the fights before hand go it could start anytime between five and 6 in the morning.
How can I watch the fight?
You have a number of different options regards actually watching the fight. Firstly there is the option of going out to watch it. This may prove difficult as many venues do not have the licence to be open that early in the morning but there are a number of venues across the country that are hosting events for the fight. Secondly, you could gather your friends and watch the action live on BT Sport. Their coverage starts at one in the morning so get comfortable for the five hour UFC marathon.