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.

Divisions line up in Chicago (UFC on Fox 6 Review)

The Flyweight division is one of the youngest divisions in the UFC and at UFC on Fox the first title defence would take full focus. The Flyweight title fight would be the main event of the sixth fight on Fox but there would plenty more at stake in this free card. Every fight in the main card would be an important one for all involved as every divisions would see their next contenders step up.

UFC on Fox 6 Preview

The Flyweight division is one of the new divisions in the UFC and has only had one champion since it entered the UFC. The lightest weight division was made to showcase the smaller fighters in the division who were too small to fight in the Bantamweight division. The Flyweights would also represent a weight class that would bring plenty of excitement to make up for the lack of knockouts in the lighter weights.

Henderson is Big in Japan (UFC 144 Review)

The UFC made their return to Japan on one of the longest Pay-per-View fight cards ever with 7 fights on the main card. The UFC decided to make a big impact in their first trip to Japan since 2000 as they looked to break in to one of the biggest fight markets in the world. Japan has always been one of the centres for the MMA world with some of the biggest promotions in the world.

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