UFC Fight Night 47 Preview

The UFC returns after an unexpected hiatus when UFC 172 was cancelled due to injuries to the main card. The off time was not expected but it did provide a little time in between fights after a rabid pace set by the promotion. For the last few months the UFC has been holding four events throughout one month and for some it has become a bit too much and has cause fatigue along with the depletion of the talent pool while fighters continue to get injured.

Two New Fighters and One Beatdown (TUF 18 Finale Review)

The Ultimate Fighter TV series has had an amazing effect on the UFC bringing it from an underground sport to the mainstream. The reality series has produced some great fighters and great memories but as the 18th season proved there is always more to go. The Ultimate Fighter 18 would feature Bantamweight men and for the first time ever Bantamweight women on the show.

TUF 18 Finale Preview

The end of the year is approaching and that means another The Ultimate Finale as the reality show that became the first step for the UFC to become an almost mainstream sport. This year the reality show would have a different twist to it through as the UFC looked to help build the newest division in the promotion. This year for The Ultimate Fighter 18 the house would include Bantamweight Women and Bantamweight Men.

Game changers in Vegas (UFC 160 Review)

Las Vegas has been the centre of UFC for years with most of their older fights taking place in the casinos on the strip. The UFC is also headquartered in Vegas and so the UFC looks to continue putting on good fights to reward the city that opened the door for them first.

Main Event Spoils a Great Night (UFC on FX 4 Review)

The UFC loves to put together fights that will thrill the fans and this has made them the fastest growing sport in the world. At UFC on FX 4 the UFC looked like they had done it again when the pitted two lightweight stars against each other. The fight between Gray Maynard and Clay Guida looked, on paper, to be a classic matchup of two fighters that come forward.

UFC on FX 4 Preview

The Lightweight division has been one of the most competitive divisions in the UFC for the past few years. There have been plenty of champions and great challengers throughout the year with the title exchanging hands a few times. As of right now Ben Henderson is the champion after beating Frankie Edgar for the title in Japan.

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