Small Card, Big Results

The UFC put a lot of effort into advertising UFC 217 leaving many other fights without a lot of hype but that doesn’t make these smaller cards any less great which UFC Fight Night 120 proving that the small cards can provide fireworks.

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UFC Fight Night 120 Preview

Anthony Pettis is officially a part of the lightweight division and with his full focus on the heavier division he looks to make a run but in his way is Dustin Poirier who will try to keep his status in the division on track.

Weight Issues Don’t Spoil Card in Toronto

Despite the efforts to make cutting weight easier, UFC 206 was haunted by weight cutting issues although it didn’t stop the card from being a great one.

UFC 206 Preview

The UFC is putting on what could be a forgotten card but for the big MMA fans it could be full of great performances with great fighters off of the radar.

New Champions Take Over in Texas (UFC 185 Review)

The UFC is much like any other sports league in the world as there are ups and downs every year with fighters and divisions taking focus at different times.

UFC 185 Preview

The UFC is back and they return with what could turn out to be the best card of the year as UFC 185 is stacked with great matchups.

Title races Finally get Moving in Vegas (UFC 181 Review)

There has been a backlog in the UFC for the last year as top talent in big divisions continue to win and go nowhere for their efforts. No matter how impressive their win or how many wins they put together they have been unable to find their way to the title. It has been one of the most frustrating periods for fans and for the UFC in general as fight after fight goes by with less and less titles on the line. For everyone watching and everyone involved in the UFC it is a challenge as they love to put on and watch championship fights. The issue has been the fact that champions have been out of commission for the majority of 2014.

UFC 181 Preview

The UFC has had some issues when it comes to a number of weight classes in keeping their title holders fighting. For the last year it has been rare to see many of the titles up for grabs with true title holders in fights. Whether it is injuries or simply that fact that people who win the title tend to take some time off to fix issues. It is a practice that does not make the UFC President very happy but one that is understood. Fighters take a lot of punishment and don’t have a lot of time to take off when they are in pursuit of a title.

The Hometown Kid Comes Through (UFC 164 Review)

UFC 164 would honour a longtime and major sponsor as they would travel to the home of Harley Davidson in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They would do this to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the motorcycle company in the place that they were founded. The UFC would give their sponsors a good show overall with some great fights throughout the card but more importantly would bring in some hometown favorites to fight.

UFC 164 Preview

The Lightweight division in the UFC has consistently been one of the most talented divisions in the UFC. As a result the lightweight title has been one of the most contested in the UFC with plenty of challengers lining up to take their shot. At UFC 164 the title will once again be on the line as Benson Henderson defends his title against the latest challenger.

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