Short Fights End the Marathon (UFC Fight Night 28 Review)

The UFC would finish off one of their busiest times in the year as they would hold their third fight in 6 days. The UFC has been going quickly in the last month as they have pumped out fights keeping the UFC running and changing things rapidly. Whether it was the defeat of Anderson Silva, or the beginning of a new network, or even the crowing of a new lightweight champion the UFC has been busy.

UFC Fight Night 28 Preview

The UFC is full of great stories with so many fighter on the roster and so many coming from different backgrounds. One dominating theme amongst all stories is the fighters who come in to the UFC with legends before they step into the octagon. These fighters move through the lower ranks with ease as they fight in their local circuits and end fights quickly.

Debuts go Brazil’s Way (UFC on FX 8 Review)

Brazil has been the Mecca of MMA ever since Royce Gracie first stepped in to the octagon and immediately change the sport forever. Gracie would bring Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to the UFC and would shock the world when he beat fighter double his size. Before that the UFC was all about the power and the knockouts with some wrestling mixed in to the fights.

UFC on FX 8 Preview

The UFC continues to introduce some of the best fighters from Strikeforce into the fold of some of the best divisions in the UFC. At UFC on FX 8 it will be one of the best middleweights in the world who will make his debut as Luke Rockhold tries to make his impact in the toughest division in the UFC. The Middleweight division is not tough because of the amount of talent, although there is plenty of that, but mainly because of the champion who sits at the top.

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