Making a Statement to Start the Run

The UFC has yet to see an Asian champion but with his latest win, Chan Sung Jung is looking to make another run at the title.

UFC on ESPN+ 12 Preview

Chan Sung Jung might not be a househild name but The Korean Zombie was as he looks to find his way back to the limelight after serving in the military in Korea.

An Exciting Birthday

The UFC celebrting 25 years turning back the clock and heading to the place where it all started but in the octagon it was all about two fighters trying to recapture their momentum after long layoffs.

UFC Fight Night 139 Preview

The UFC looks to celebrate 25 years of the promotion as they return to where it all began heading back to Denver the site of UFC 1 to reflect just how far the promotion has come.

Underrated Card Produces in Houston

The UFC has not been putting on their best cards as the new years starts but despite the lack of big names they continue to produce good fights including their annual Super Bowl Weekend card in Houston.

UFC Fight Night 104 Preview

There has never been a champion from Asia in the UFC but reputations are growing for fighters from the area including a few fighters from Korea.

Experience wins in Brazil (UFC 163 Review)

Another title would be up for grabs this weekend when Jose Aldo would defend his Featherweight belt against Chan Sung Jung. It would be an interesting matchup as Aldo would defend his belt against a fighter who not many expected to be here yet. Originally the fight was to be Aldo vs. former WEC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis but an injury would cancel that fight forcing the UFC to find a new challenger.

UFC 163 Preview

A week after the lighter weight classes were featured at UFC on Fox 8 the Featherweight belt will be up for grabs at UFC 163. In the fight will be one of the most dominant Brazilians in the UFC and a fighter who makes every stand up when he is in the octagon. Jose Aldo reminds a lot of people of a lighter Anderson Silva. The Brazilian is currently on a 12 fight win streak including three title fights in the WEC and four title fights in the UFC.

The Zombie Adds Another Victim (UFC on Fuel TV 3 Review)

The UFC went back to Fuel TV this week as they hosted UFC on Fuel TV 3 with a number of important fights on the card. None of these fights were meant to show the next contender or the next best fighter but instead meant a lot for each of the participants.

UFC on Fuel TV 3 Preview

The merge of the WEC and UFC created a massive change in the UFC that continues to be seen to this day. Look at the heaviest weight classes and almost nothing has changed since the WEC was absorbed into the UFC but the further the weight drops the bigger affect.

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