Something to Prove in Macao (UFC Fight Night 48 Review)

The UFC sick bay is constantly full with fighters continuing to get injured at a rapid pace and putting many of the events in jeopardy. Just recently one of the biggest fights of the year between Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson took a turn for the worst. First Gustafsson was hurt and dropped out of the fight to be replaced by Daniel Cormier. Just as Cormier and Jones were unleashing press conference fights and off-air insults during interviews making the fight still extremely appealing Jon Jones was hurt. The fight was moved to the next year as the UFC waits for Jones to recover but it was a perfect expression of the issues facing the UFC and the fighters.

Impressive Showing in Macao (TUF China Finale Review)

The UFC would travel once again to Asia as it is clear that they are trying to grow the sport in a MMA crazy region. Asia was the home of Pride Fighting Championship and is still the home of many big fight promotions. The UFC is looking to become one of those promotions as they continue to try to grow their brand in the region. That is a big task for the UFC as they continue to try and make UFC the global brand for MMA and to do that they will need stars from all over the world.

Night for the Underdogs (UFC Fight Night 29 Review)

In a period where championships are being decided the future challengers got their chance to show their stuff at UFC Fight Night 29. The UFC has had a long string of title fights in the last few months as almost every belt has been up for grabs. In the last eight UFC events there have been a total of 6 title fights and all have been true questions for the champions. So far two champions have lost their belts in what seemed like an era of change for the UFC.

UFC Fight Night 29 Preview

The world of Mixed Martial Arts is one with multiple disciplines as the name truly expresses what the sport is all about. The origins of the sport came from multiple martial arts disciplines trying to find out which was the best. Boxing, Muay Thai, Karate, Jiu Jitsu, Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and wrestling would all fight it out to see which discipline could beat the other.

UFC on Fuel TV 6 Preview

The world domination of the UFC continues in one of the biggest moves yet least talked about in the UFC. UFC on Fuel TV 6 will be the second time that the UFC ventures in to Asia and the first time they will set foot in China. The first fight in China will feature some of the best fighters from Asia in a fight card that seems to look back to the old days of martial arts.

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