Main Card Falls Short in Vegas (UFC 155 Review)

The heavyweight division has always been an interesting division in the UFC as the title has change hands multiple times. Since 2011 though, the heavyweight division had seemingly seen their dominant champion rise to earn the title. It was November 2011 when Cain Velasquez and Junior Dos Santos faced off in one of the biggest fights in UFC history.

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UFC 155 Preview

The heavyweight division has always been one of the most revered divisions in all of combat sports. It has always been the biggest belt that anyone could earn as the heavyweight champion has always been the face of the sport. Muhammed Ali, Joe Fraser, and Mike Tyson were just a few of the heavyweights who became the face of boxing when they won the belt.

Heavy Night in the UFC (UFC 146 Review)

UFC 146 was a night of heavyweights as it seemed that the entire division was in action throughout the main card. With so many big fighters in the octagon many expected fireworks and that is exactly what they got. A total of 5 heavyweight fights made the night a special one as fans got to see all levels of the division.

UFC 146 Preview

The Heavyweights are back as UFC 146 features the heavyweight title bout that many were not expecting to happen so soon. Of course Junior dos Santos was always going to be involved as the defending Heavyweight Champion. The strange part was that Frank Mir would be in the opposite corner for yet another shot at the title he once held.

UFC Makes an Impression

The UFC took a massive step this past weekend as they held their first ever event on a major TV Network. This is the biggest step the UFC has taken as they moved from their partnership with Spike TV and into a brand new partnership with Fox. Fox is one of the largest networks in North America and entering into the contract gave the UFC access to more people than they had ever had before.

What 2 Watch (Nov. 11-13)

As November goes into the second weekend there is plenty to watch in terms of sports this weekend. With Canadian Football beginning to wind down there will be plenty of playoffs this weekend. The CIS will see their conferences finish the playoffs with the Hardy Cup and the Yates Cup broadcast on TV.

UFC on Fox Preview

The UFC will take one of their biggest steps with UFC on Fox that could propel them into the forefront of professional sports. The UFC signed a deal earlier in the year with Fox that will promise to change the standing of the UFC. This deal will be is so important because it is the UFC’s first deal with a major television network that will show their fights as well as a number of new programs to feature the sport.

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