Opportunities Taken in Vegas (TUF 22 Finale Review)

Another season of The Ultimate Fighter came to an end as fighters took advantage of their opportunities at The Ultimate Fighter Finale.

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The Ultimate Fighter 22 Finale Preview

The latest version of the Ultimate Fighter comes to an end as a new fighter earns a contract while Frankie Edgar and Chad Mendes look to become the top contender in the featherweight division.

Two Titles, One Night (UFC 189 Review)

There was no shortage of hype heading into the latest UFC pay-per-view event as the UFC decided to load up the card with great fights on International Fight Week.

Contenders Emerge in Fairfax (UFC Fight Night 63 Review)

The UFC returned to Fairfax for a rare midday fight that would feature a number of lighter weight fights.

UFC Fight Night 63 Preview

The UFC will travel to Virginia this weekend as the lighter weight classes once again take over but the bigger story may be buried in the main card.

Rare rivalry takes spotlight in Brazil (UFC 179 Review)

MMA is no stranger to the classic matchups that sports love and the rivalries that go along with these matchups. Despite the fact that it is not a team sport and that there are men who fight for a while and rarely meet often enough for true rivalries to form there still are rivalries that spring up. The majority of these rivalries are the fighter against fighter rivalries that tend to form out of trash talk and facing each other often

UFC 179 Preview

The UFC is back from a brief break as they return to Brazil in yet another rematch pay-per-view in what has become a theme for the UFC. The last few pay-per-views have been all about revenge for many of the main event and that is the case for UFC 179. The main event will feature the man who many consider to be the best pound-for-pound in the world against one of his many wins. Jose Aldo has ruled the Featherweight Division ever since the start of the Featherweight division in the UFC.

Lighter is Sometimes Better (UFC on Fox 9 Review)

The UFC is constantly trying to add more fighters and more wrinkles to remain one of the most popular sports in the world. The strategy seems to be to continue to get lighter and lighter in the UFC as they continue to add lighter divisions to the stable of fighters. With the announcement of the Women’s Strawweight (115 lbs) division the UFC is once again looking at lighters fighters to continue providing great fights.

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.

Featherweights Put on a Show in Brazil (UFC 142)

The UFC has never seen a Featherweight or a Bantamweight main event since the start of the new divisions. The reason for this is that these lighter weights tend not to put on the most explosive fights, in terms of finishes. They do but on some electric fights though with speed and quickness that is not seen in any other division.

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