Want to watch the next UFC fight at your favorite local bar? You may be out of luck. Because bars have to pay big fees to show the event legally. And it’s even more costly if they don’t play by the rules. “In the past two years, distributors and sponsors of these events have filed nearly three dozen federal lawsuits in Minnesota against taverns, restaurants and their owners, seeking damages in excess of $140,000 a pop,” according to the STrib.

Maybe it’s a better deal to see a fight live. You can catch Travis “Hapa” Browne and Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva Oct. 5 at Target Center.