What is the best part of a UFC pay-per-view fight week?

When the UFC creates a pay-per-view event, the promotion typically stacks the card with exciting matchups between familiar names.

There is more to a UFC pay-per-view than just the fights, however. There are usually a number of official fight week events including open workouts, press conferences, and ceremonial weigh-ins.

At open workouts, fans get a glimpse of their favorite fighters in action, usually melting pads or tossing training partners around for a few minutes.

Press conferences have produced a number of memorable moments over the years, including heated verbal exchanges and a few physical altercations.

Although fighters aren’t really recording their weight at ceremonial weigh-ins, it serves as the opportunity for the fans to witness the fighters in one last staredown with their opponent before the fight.

So, what is the best part of a UFC pay-per-view fight week?

This question was answered on the latest episode of “Spinning Back Clique,” hosted by George Garcia with panelists Nolan King, Mike Bohn, and Brian Garcia.

Check out the discussion above, or watch the full episode below: