The Path to the Rematch

There are a number of UFC divisions tied up for multiple reasons but with some clarity coming fighters are getting in line including in the light heavyweight division.

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UFC Fight Night 109 Preview

The UFC heads to Stockholm where Alexander Gustafsson hope to find his way back to the title picture after falling off and having a rough few years.

Lightning Strikes in Tampa

The light heavyweight division needed a boost and they got one as two veterans of the division faced off in the main event both looking to find their way back to the title race.

UFC on FOX 19 Preview

Despite some changes the latest UFC card on FOX features two veteran light heavyweights ready to take an important win as they try to get back to the title conversation.

Hitting a Road Block in Tennessee (UFC Fight Night 73 Review)

Some fighters come into the UFC with all the promise in the world but find a road block in the way of their success, Ovince St. Preux knows exactely what that’s like.

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.

Rematch Made in Baltimore (UFC 172 Review)

There is something about Brazilian fighters that makes them these mysterious athletes that have great legends. Before they enter the UFC they cut their teeth in the lower rankings of the Brazilian fight world and in that time gain a lot of talk. When they are ready to make their debut in the UFC the legend surrounding them can be great. They are fighters that have black belts and world championships and massive undefeated streaks. That can sometimes intimidate other fighters in the UFC as they prepare to fight these legends.

UFC 172 Preview

The last time Jon Jones entered the octagon it was against the man that man considered the greatest challenge to the title. Coming into the fight Jones was considered one of the top three fighters in the world regardless of weight class. He would take on Alexander Gustafsson who was the only fighter that could match the length of Jones and could potentially limit Jones in his striking. The fight would turn out to be one of the best fights of the year as Gustafsson met all of the expectations.

Short Fights End the Marathon (UFC Fight Night 28 Review)

The UFC would finish off one of their busiest times in the year as they would hold their third fight in 6 days. The UFC has been going quickly in the last month as they have pumped out fights keeping the UFC running and changing things rapidly. Whether it was the defeat of Anderson Silva, or the beginning of a new network, or even the crowing of a new lightweight champion the UFC has been busy.

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