Ageless Wonders in the Big Easy (UFC Fight Night 68 Review)

Age is a funny thing in sports as one year an older athlete can be the savvy veteran and the next year he or she is over the hill.

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UFC Fight Night 68 Preview

Another week means another fight Night for the UFC as promotion gets right back to work with another night where fighters try to prove their worth.

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.

UFC 155 Preview

The heavyweight division has always been one of the most revered divisions in all of combat sports. It has always been the biggest belt that anyone could earn as the heavyweight champion has always been the face of the sport. Muhammed Ali, Joe Fraser, and Mike Tyson were just a few of the heavyweights who became the face of boxing when they won the belt.

Disappointing Night for Calgary (UFC 149 Review)

The UFC made their first trip to Calgary this weekend as they held UFC 149 in the Saddledome bringing another fight to the Canadian fans. For many though the card was a shadow of its former self with injuries changing almost every fight in the card. In some last second problem solving by the UFC fights were rescheduled and rematched to put together a pretty good card.

UFC 149 Preview

The UFC has continued to grow in the sports world but along with their growth has come a strange trend. Injuries have continued to pile up in the UFC and have begun to wreak havoc on fight cards. Injuries have always been a part of every sport including the UFC but it seems more and more that injuries have taken hold of the championship.

Henderson is Big in Japan (UFC 144 Review)

The UFC made their return to Japan on one of the longest Pay-per-View fight cards ever with 7 fights on the main card. The UFC decided to make a big impact in their first trip to Japan since 2000 as they looked to break in to one of the biggest fight markets in the world. Japan has always been one of the centres for the MMA world with some of the biggest promotions in the world.

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