Auckland’s Hero Shuts Down the Prospect

The heavyweight division in the UFC is finally getting some new life as new prospects begin to rise through the rankings but they need to get through the elder statesmen first.

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UFC Fight Night 110 Preview

The heavyweight division in the UFC continues to evolve but there is still room for those fighters with a special type of power like Mark Hunt who looks to display that power in front of a home crowd.

UFC 200 Preview

The UFC has come a long way in 200 Pay-per-View events but there is plenty of work left to do as the UFC continues to use old tactics to sell fights heading into UFC 200.

New Life Found Down Under

Two veteran heavyweight veterans faced off at UFC Fight Night 85 as both looked to a main event as a chance to extend long careers before it was too late.

UFC Fight Night 85 Preview

The UFC’s heavyweight division stays in a stalemate but that is only making every fight that much more important including the main event in Brisbane.

The Busy Season begins in Adelaide (UFC Fight Night 65 Review)

The UFC kicked off the busiest times of the year for the promotion 19 fights in the next four months, some weeks will have multiple fights.

UFC Fight Night 65 Preview

It seems like every time the UFC takes a break there is more to talk about than just the massive string of fights ahead.

New Fighter, Champion in Mexico City (UFC 180 Review)

The heavyweight division is one of the most popular in the UFC as it marks the biggest and strongest fighters in the UFC. The champion of the heavyweight division is always a superstar and that is true of Cain Velasquez. The only problem is that Velasquez has not fought since November 2013. A brief break and a series of injuries have kept the champion out of fights and have kept him on the sidelines and unable to defend his belt. The At UFC 180 Velasquez was finally supposed to return to the octagon where he would try to defend his belt against Fabricio Werdum in his father’s home country.

UFC 180 Preview

Another fight card has been changed by injury and as disappointing as it is for another new home of the UFC it has created another interesting fight. The UFC will go to Mexico for the first time ever as Mexico City hosts UFC 180. When the show was created there was a clear plan, as with any other new country, to feature big fighters from Mexico or with Mexican heritage. That was the idea when the UFC put Cain Velasquez on the card to defend his heavyweight title against Fabricio Werdum.

A Night of First in Japan (UFC Fight Night 52 Review)

The UFC travelled to Japan once again as they brought the show to where MMA got its start. They would feature a fighter that had spent his fair share of time in Japan while fighting through the early days of the sport. In those days there were really no other places to fight other than Japan. The country brought MMA to a new level, one that made the fighters superstars and paid them well. In the USA at the time MMA was still a basement bawl type of sport that got little recognition in the public.

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