We are 100 percent, unequivocally, definitely not saying you should try this at home; but one bloke has invented a hilarious way to stream the UFC online for his mates and avoid copyright infringement laws.
It's no secret that video game technology has come along leaps and bounds since Pong, with console games looking considerably more lifelike - particularly sports games like FIFA, the NBA 2K series and UFC.
And one Twitch user took complete advantage of that over the weekend - with AJ Lester taking to Twitch to live stream the UFC pay-per-view title fight between José Aldo and Max Holloway.
Obviously that is in complete odds with streaming and copyright laws, but Lester got away with it by pretending he was playing the latest UFC game on Playstation by placing himself in the corner of the screen, looking like he was playing the game - the catch being that he was actually illegally streaming the real fight.
He even pretended he was controlling the fight by making comments like, "Oh, I should have blocked that."