UFC on FX 6 Preview

The UFC seems to never sit still when it comes to expanding their brand throughout the world. There are the multiple fights outside of the USA and the continuation of expansion into new markets every year. Another way that the UFC is continuing to expand is taking one of their most successful ventures into the international stage. The Ultimate Fighter was a big reason for the growth of the UFC as it brought a whole new group of people into the sport.

Main Event Spoils a Great Night (UFC on FX 4 Review)

The UFC loves to put together fights that will thrill the fans and this has made them the fastest growing sport in the world. At UFC on FX 4 the UFC looked like they had done it again when the pitted two lightweight stars against each other. The fight between Gray Maynard and Clay Guida looked, on paper, to be a classic matchup of two fighters that come forward.

No BJJ Needed in Rio

The UFC made a long awaited return to the home of Mixed Martial Arts on Saturday for UFC 134. Brazil had been waiting for the top MMA promotion to return for over a decade and UFC finally decided to make their wish come true. Ever since Brazilian Royce Gracie brought Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) to MMA nothing has been the same. Now BJJ has become a must for fighters who wish to be successful in the UFC and the Gracies are still a major part of this training. With this popularity one would have assumed that BJJ would be on display at UFC 134 with at least one Brazilian in every fight.

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