UFC 156 Preview: Extended Video Preview for Aldo vs. Edgar

Andrew Saunders@SaundersMMACorrespondent IIJanuary 29, 2013

On Saturday night, Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar return to Las Vegas for a superfight that will headline UFC 156. It is a blockbuster main event that will either elevate Aldo into a new level of superstardom or will crown Edgar as the third dual-division champion in UFC history and guarantee his spot in the UFC Hall of Fame.

The UFC has released a 10-minute preview of Saturday night's supercard, and it is a must-see program for anyone excited about this card.

Also on the card are important divisional matchups between Rashad Evans and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira, plus Alistair Overeem vs. Bigfoot Silva. Both fights feature a member of the Blackzilians as a heavy betting favorite and have title implications. 

Featuring never-before-seen commentary from the card's top-six fighters, as well as analysis from esteemed commentators Joe Rogan and Kenny Florian, this clip is essentially a truncated version of the UFC's popular Countdown show.

What does Frankie think about the champion's claim that he will knock out the New Jersey native? How does Rashad Evans respond to being told that Nogueira is going to beat him? Both of these questions are answered during this extended preview as well as much more.

Stay tuned to Bleacher Report MMA for all things UFC 156. The event takes place on Saturday, Feb. 2 from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.

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