A grocery list of solid matchups for the Lawler vs. Brown undercard ensure that the UFC will likely deliver another fine performance for fans after their last two successes. These cards lately have been awesome. And now for another solid outing. Where's your "oversaturation is killing the sport" card now, infidel?! Touche.
The UFC has been doing a solid job of getting me excited for watching a card at length, as opposed to in spots. True, some of the matchmaking has been squash-ish in nature, bu more
Urijah Faber inexplicably ends up on the Fox Sports 1 undercard for UFC 175 at the Mandalay Bay in Vegas against 'Bruce Leeroy' Alex Caceres. Read on for an analysis of the only matchup worth watching. I hear your Dallas Stars won the NHL arms race yesterday. Congrats.
Yes, Jim Nill is awesome. Getting Spezza to potentially center a second line with Hemsky and Nichushkin sounds fantastic with Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn hopefully getting any one of the many right wingers in our sys more
The preliminary card of tonight's (Sat., July 5, 2014) UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida" event at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, closed with former WEC kingpin Urijah Faber battling Alex Caceres in a sort of main event for the "free" portion of the card.
Faber claimed he wanted this position because it would give him more exposure.
Well, he got it, and he made the most of it.
"The California Kid" put the pressure on early, working for a quick takedown. Caceres avoided it for a more
A look at the August 16th UFC Fight Night in Maine, which features Ryan Bader and Ovince St. Preux in the main event.
Believe it or not, the UFC has never been to Maine before. That will all change on August 16th, as they head to Bangor for a Fight Night card to be televised on Fox Sports 1. Ryan Bader takes the main event honors against Ovince St. Preux in a battle of top 10 light heavyweights.
The co-main event is, and this is not a typo, Tim Boetsch versus Brad Tavares. Both men are coming of more
The former UFC 176 co-main event has been moved to the UFC Fight Night 50 card on Sept. 5 in Ledyard, Conn., and it’s also gotten a boost to main event status. more
Male and females alike punctuate the undercard for UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs. Miller in a series of solid, action packed fights that include a division's debut (Women's Strawweight). We're not interested in hearing why your life sucks because you have to cover two cards during a week that your actual job is double shifting you. Let's talk fights!
First off, screw you.
Second, I'd just like to address some of the recent BE comments concerning "negativity" in the coverage. The fine readers of BE more
The UFC returns to Atlantic City for the first time in a long time, as UFC Fight Night 45 comes live on Wednesday. Headlined by Donald Cerrone and Jim Miller, the card boasts some great young talent who are looking to establish their names.
International Fight Week was rough on my preliminary card record. My record was at .500, which was not bad in theory but wasn't good either.
Without further ado, here are the preliminary picks for UFC Fight Night 45. 2014 Riley's Record: 94-63
Last Event: 6-6 more
The UFC was busy Wednesday evening with UFC Fight Night 45. It was a great night of bouts, but now we must make the quick turnaround to UFC Fight Night 46 in Ireland.
The card, which is headlined by Conor McGregor and Diego Brandao, features plenty of prospects and foreign fighters who should entertain. The prelims in particular feature a ton of up-and-coming talent, most of whom come from Europe.
UFC Fight Night 45 saw me stay one fight above .500. It continues a mediocre streak that I must sha more
The UFC put on quite a show at the O2 Arena in Dublin, Ireland on Saturday. Seven of the 10 bouts at UFC Fight Night 46 resulted in finishes. In the main event, Ireland's own Conor McGregor blew through Diego Brandao in the first round for a TKO victory.
Here's a look at the results for every fight. UFC Fight Night 46 Main Card Conor McGregor def. Diego Brandao, TKO (Round 1, 4:05)
Gunnar Nelson def. Zak Cummings, submission (Round 2, 4:48)
Ian McCall def. Brad Pickett, unanimous decision (30-27 more