No Revenge in Sao Paulo

It was a day of revenge as two cards gave four fighters a second chance at a fight and at UFC Fight Night 100 it was a matchup years in the making with two fighters trying to move up the rankings.

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Plenty Proven in New Jersey

Ryan Bader took his five-fight win streak to New Jersey while stepping up in competition against the #2 fighter in the division, Anthony Johnson.

UFC on FOX 18 Preview

The light heavyweight division should be an interesting this year and the story will all start when two top contenders face-off at UFC on FOX 18.

Leaving it all in Houston (UFC 192 Review)

It was supposed to be a night to highlight the welterweight and light heavyweight title races but all that changed a day before UFC 192.

UFC 192 Preview

There will be plenty on the line as the UFC travels to Houston for UFC 192 with three big fights that will all have a big impact on the titles in two weight divisions.

Rankings take shape in Bangor (UFC Fight Night 47 Review)

The UFC fighter rankings have only been around for a few years but already they have taken over the conversation in the UFC. They represent a solid expectation of where a fighter stands in his or her division. It is a ranking to see who the top 15 fighters in each division are and when fighters look at their next opponent they can see where that fighter ranks and if they can move up with a win. When an unranked fighter gets someone in the top 10 it is a major opportunity for them to move up and achieve the ultimate goal of every fight, a title.

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.

Divisions line up in Chicago (UFC on Fox 6 Review)

The Flyweight division is one of the youngest divisions in the UFC and at UFC on Fox the first title defence would take full focus. The Flyweight title fight would be the main event of the sixth fight on Fox but there would plenty more at stake in this free card. Every fight in the main card would be an important one for all involved as every divisions would see their next contenders step up.

Free Fights Continue to Impress (UFC on Fox 4 Review)

Yet again the free fights on fox show the type of amazing talent that is in the UFC stable with impressive fights from start to finish. Every fight on the night was a close one with only one unanimous decision and one split decision as the rest were finish before the judges could weigh in. It was another night were the UFC made sure they would show up in front of a national audience.

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