TUF 20 Finale Preview

Another year is coming to an end and for the UFC that means a host of big fights including the biggest ending to an Ultimate Fighter ever. The Ultimate Fighter Reality show continues on as one of the biggest aspects of the UFC. They are consistently holding these reality shows as a way to increase talent in the UFC but with so many of these shows they continue to try to update the show and keep it fresh. They found a new way to do just that this time around for the 20th season. It wasn’t too long ago that the UFC refused to even entertain the thought of women fighting in the promotion.

Chances seized in San Antonio (UFC Fight Night 44 Review)

In 2007 a 21-year old rising star would make his UFC debut in the undercard of UFC 71 and would lose that fight via submission. That young inexperienced fighter was Jeremy Stephens and he would not continue losing after a bad opening bout. Stephens would continue to fight in the UFC and after entering the promotion would never be cut. That was in large part due to his ability to string together wins and earn fight bonuses in most of his fights.

UFC Fight Night 44 Preview

Lighter weight classes get a bad rap as they are considered a boring group as they do not produce the knockouts that people love. The UFC’s lighter weights have proven that these lighter weight classes can produce plenty of great fights. In the UFC the lighter weights are some of the best divisions in the promotion. The lightweight division is leading the way as the 155 pound division is widely considered the best in the UFC.

Not All Things Change in Seattle (UFC on Fox 5 Review)

The UFC went to Seattle on Saturday in a fight card that could easily change the future of the UFC. It was not a fight that would change the path of the company like UFC 100 or UFC on Fox 1 would but for three weight classes it would determine the near future. For the Light Heavyweight and Welterweight divisions UFC on Fox 5 would show the future take on the past. In both fights a young up and coming star would take on the old guard in an attempt to show everyone that the new breed was ready to take over.

The Zombie Adds Another Victim (UFC on Fuel TV 3 Review)

The UFC went back to Fuel TV this week as they hosted UFC on Fuel TV 3 with a number of important fights on the card. None of these fights were meant to show the next contender or the next best fighter but instead meant a lot for each of the participants.

UFC on Fuel TV 3 Preview

The merge of the WEC and UFC created a massive change in the UFC that continues to be seen to this day. Look at the heaviest weight classes and almost nothing has changed since the WEC was absorbed into the UFC but the further the weight drops the bigger affect.

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