Europeans Star in London (UFC Fight Night 37 Review)

The UFC would return to England for UFC Fight Night 37 and would be headlined by a big Light Heavyweight fight. It would originally feature one of the biggest stars in Europe against a Brazilian legend. #1 contender Alexander Gustafsson would take on Antonio Rogerio Nogueira in UFC’s return to England in a match that would go a long way in determining the next title contender in the Light Heavyweight Division.

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UFC Fight Night 37 Preview

The last time Alexander Gustafsson stepped into the octagon he was fighting for the Light Heavyweight Championship at UFC 165 in Toronto. The fight was the built as the biggest in Light Heavyweight champion Jon Jones’ career as he would take on the best fighter he has ever fought. Gustafsson was seen as the answer to the domination of Jones as he was the only fighter that was able to match what Jon Jones did best. Jones has always used his length to keep fighters on the outside and punish them on the feet.

Another Night of Finishes (UFC Fight Night 30 Review)

Two fighters would enter the octagon in Manchester, England for UFC Fight Night 30 looking to make an impact in the middleweight division. There was a lot more to this fight than just two fighters looking to move up the rankings. The fight was originally scheduled to be Mark Munoz against the hometown hero in Michael Bisping but Bisping would be forced to drop out of the fight with an eye injury.

UFC Fight Night 30 Preview

The UFC will travel back across the pond to London for another Fight Night with a bit of a change. With the UFC going to Manchester the fans were excited to see their hometown hero in Michael Bisping. The Count was set to take on Mark Munoz in a homecoming that has been long in the making. It was not to be though as Bisping would be forced to drop out of the fight after a training session left him with a detached retina.

Lighter Fighters, Same Fireworks (UFC on Fox 8 Review)

It was the lighter weight classes that took focus on the last UFC card on the FOX network, UFC will be moving to Fox Sports 1 as of August 17th. The light weight classes are not known for being the most exciting divisions in the UFC but they would go out and look to change that. AT UFC on Fox 8 there would be only one fight that was Middleweight and nothing at a higher weight class.

Lightweight Rages on After Denver (UFC 150 Review)

The UFC began their stretch of title fights on Saturday as the Lightweight title was up for grabs in yet another rematch for the division. The Light weight division in the UFC has stood above most as one of the most competitive divisions.

UFC 150 Preview

After a great night of fights on Fox the UFC is set for a string of big title fights in the next two months. It will all start with the Lightweight Title fight between Benson Henderson and Frankie Edgar. UFC 150 will feature this rematch of two of the best lightweight fighters in the world as Henderson defends his belt for the first time against the man he took it away from.

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