Legends and Newcomers in Brazil (UFC Fight Night 32 Review)

The UFC will turn 20 years old on Tuesday November 12, 2013 as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of UFC 1. Bookending this celebration is two events hoping to showcase everything that the UFC has to offer. On November 16th the UFC will provide one of the best cards in recent memory in Las Vegas that will be capped off by the welterweight championship between Georges St. Pierre and Johny Hendricks.

UFC Fight Night 32 Preview

The UFC is quickly becoming a young man’s sport as the stars of the promotion are getting younger and younger. The UFC is going the way of the rest of the major sports in North America as the younger faster fighters are taking over. It wasn’t too long ago that the champions in the UFC were all approaching 40 years old and their biggest challengers were only slightly younger.

Brazil does not work for the Brit (UFC on FX 7 Review)

The UFC on FX 7 was a chance for one veteran of the octagon to take his shot at the ultimate goal and the ultimate challenge. The main event would be a matchup between Vitor Belfort and Michael Bisping with Bisping getting his chance at a title shot. Bisping has been in the UFC since he won The Ultimate Fighter in 2006.

UFC on FX 7 Preview

The middleweight division is one of the least competitive in the UFC but it is not for lack of talent in the weight class. Some of the best fighters in the world reside in the UFC’s middleweight division and yet the belt has rarely changed hands. That is because the greatest fight in the UFC and the best middleweight to step into an octagon is the current champion.

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