UFC on Fuel TV 6 Preview

The world domination of the UFC continues in one of the biggest moves yet least talked about in the UFC. UFC on Fuel TV 6 will be the second time that the UFC ventures in to Asia and the first time they will set foot in China. The first fight in China will feature some of the best fighters from Asia in a fight card that seems to look back to the old days of martial arts.

Free Event Holds Up (UFC on Fuel TV 5 Review)

The UFC have had more free events this year than ever and the majority of them have been better than the Pay-per-Views. This week the UFC went back to their free fight as they continued to look for recovery after cancelling UFC 151.

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.

Submissions rule the night in Sweden (UFC on Fuel TV 2)

The UFC made more travel plans this past weekend as the biggest show in MMA ended a 4 week layoff by going to Stockholm, Sweden. It was yet another country for the UFC to try and take in the MMA world and they did just that.

UFC on Fuel TV 2 Preview

There has been a lot going on in the UFC throughout the last month since the last time the UFC held a major fight. There has been the good like the new season of The Ultimate Fighter starting with live fights dominating Friday Nights in the UFC schedule as they look for the next fighter. Then there has been the bad as they saw #1 contender for the Heavyweight Title Allistair Overeem test positive for steroids.

Hometown Hero Moves up the Ladder (UFC on Fuel TV Review)

After months of uncertainty in the welterweight division the UFC finally found some stability last week with Carlos Condit taking control at the top and waiting to untie the belts. With this stability at the top of the division the rest of the division begins to work themselves out. This included a key fight between Diego Sanchez and Jake Ellenberger.

UFC on Fuel TV Preview

The UFC is continuing to power forward with event after event and this week they will host an event on a Wednesday for the first time. With the new deal with Fox the UFC has seen more fights than at this point last year. They have continued to put on their usual pay per view fights once a month, sometimes twice a month, but have increased their amount of free fights.

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