Plenty to Prove in Saskatoon (UFC Fight Night 74 Review)

The UFC is back to a more normal schedule as the summer begins to wind down and with that comes fight Night in Saskatoon.

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Welterweights Make Their Mark in Rio (UFC Fight Night 62 Review)

The UFC is a promotion made up of the best fighters in the world as it is the toughest promotion for mixed martial artists.

UFC Fight Night 62 Preview

A week after two of the most intriguing divisions took focus at UFC 185 another division that has been in the news as of late will take centre stage at UFC Fight Night 62.

Legends Come up Big in Brazil (UFC Fight Night 58 Review)

The UFC has had an interesting year in 2014 as they have dealt with plenty both in the octagon and outside of the octagon. There have been issues that Dana White and the UFC have had to deal with including questions about their pay structure and a lawsuit filed recently regarding a potential monopoly. Injuries … Continue reading

Underdogs Shine in Cincinnati (UFC Fight Night 40 Review)

The Middleweight division would once again take the centre stage in the UFC when two middleweights looking for the spotlight to shine their way. The main event of UFC Fight Night 40 would express the complete difference between two fighters that were both looking for the same thing. On one end was the mostly quiet although ultra-confident Matt Brown who has spent his entire career looking to get some respect without making a lot of noise.

UFC Fight Night 40 Preview

Every now and then fighters can fall into an area that no fighter likes to fall into as they become that good but forgotten fighter. These fighters have issues in getting much recognition despite the amount of wins they put together and most of the time it is because they do not have very amazing fights. It can also happen when a division is in the midst of a headline grabbing title run. That is the case in the welterweight division where the announcement of the semi-retirement of Georges St. Pierre.

Middleweight Moving Day in Brazil (UFC Fight Night 36 Review)

2013 was a big year for the middleweight division in the UFC as the division ruled by the most dominant champion in UFC history would finally see a change. Anderson Silva would fall not once but twice to Chris Weidman meaning that the middleweight division would have a new champion for the first time since 2006. That would set the scene for the New Year as the division went from one of the most stable to one of the least stable in one fight

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.

Appropriate Place for the Record (UFC on Fuel TV 10 Review)

The UFC would not wait too long to go back to one of the biggest fan bases in Mixed Martial Arts. They would return to Brazil for the second time in three weeks and this time it would be the finale of The Ultimate Fighter Brazil 2. They would determine the next star to come out of a country that has produced so many of the top fighters in the UFC.

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