Championship Impact in Vegas

Two champions had a massive impact on UFC 216 and one never even showed up as two divisions looked to find determine their championships with two polar opposite champions.

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UFC 215 Preview

The UFC travels to Edmonton with two title fights were the champions are looking to solidify themselves as some of the best fighters in the world although both are at different spots in that pursuit.

UFC on FOX 24 Preview

The UFC is in need of stars but there may be a few that come out of UFC on FOX 24 with a lot of very good fighters taking on some big challenges and putting on some very important fights.

Division Clearance in Vegas

The Ultimate Fighter has been used to bring in great prospects for years but this time around it was used to try to find a challenger for the toughest title in the promotion.

TUF 24 Finale Preview

The UFC continues to keep the spark plug of their popularity relevant tweaking The Ultimate Fighter into what it was in the 24th season as a tournament of champions determined a challenger.

Pressing Pause on the Upset Era

The two top pound-for-pound fighters went into the octagon at UFC 197 looking to prevent the pattern of upsets that have dominated the UFC over the last year and a half.

UFC 197 Preview

Although the best pound-for-pound fighters don’t get to face each other UFC 197 will provide the opportunity to compare the top two in back-to-back fights.

Underwhelming Finish in Vegas (UFC 191 Review)

UFC 191 was an exhibition of the two extremes of the sport as the last two fights represented two very different spectrums of the fight game.

UFC 191 Preview

The UFC is back on pay-per-view and once again they have stacked the card with great fights that are important to their respective divisions.

A lot to Prove in Vegas (UFC 178 Review)

It has been the year of the upset in the UFC with some of the most dominant champions taking a back seat to the underdogs. Big names continue to fall and it seems that no matter who they face there is always a sense that their opponent can beat them. The biggest one so far was in the Bantamweight division where T.J. Dillashaw came out of seemingly nowhere to take on Renan Barao for the title. Dillashaw had been a good fighter but did not seem like he deserved a shot just yet but he walked into the octagon like he belonged against a champion that many were just assuming would beat him and wait for Dominick Cruz to get back

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