If you're not interested in paying for UFC 111 tickets on the secondary market, UFC has offered us New Yorkers another way to watch the sold-out March 27 event at The Prudential Center in Newark.

Head over to Radio City Music Hall that night for a UFC 111 viewing party, which is a fancy-pants way to say you can watch Georges St-Pierre, Frank Mir and everyone else on a huge 70-foot HD screen while sitting in wildly comfortable chairs.

Fightin' Words was at the first one of these at Radio City -- UFC 100 -- and it was pretty cool.

Tickets are $25, or $5 more than if you were to watch it in a movie theater, or $20 less than the cost of the pay-per-view. Here's the bonus, though, of going to Radio City to watch it: They sell booze, the environment is pretty cool, and there's a pre-show Q&A with Matt Serra, Chuck Liddell and Stephan Bonnar. (Get tickets here, if you want them.)

Please, MMA fans, have a better showing with your questions than the last time around. They were awful then.

What you'll see at Radio City, aka the UFC 111 fight card*:

On pay-per-view

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Georges St-Pierre vs. Dan Hardy (welterweight championship)
Frank Mir vs. Shane Carwin (interim heavyweight championship)
Ben Saunders vs. Jake Ellenberger
Jon Fitch vs. Thiago Alves
Jim Miller vs. Mark Bocek

May not be broadcast

Nate Diaz vs. Rory Markham
Ricardo Almeida vs. Matt Brown
Kurt Pellegrino vs. Fabricio Camoes
Rodney Wallace vs. Jared Hamman
Rousimar Palhares vs. Tomasz Drwal
Matthew Riddle vs. Greg Soto

* subject to change due to late injuries