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Another UFC-heavy weekend yields light action from name fighters on the regional circuit. Is this an actual strategy on the part of smaller promoters--avoiding spending the money on name fighters during a weekend that most people will be occupied by the UFC--or is it merely a coincidence? The July 4th holiday may have also played a factor. Insight/ideas into this are, of course more
A look at the August 23rd UFC Fight Night show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where Ben Henderson and Rafael dos Anjos meet in a five-round main event.
Next month the UFC heads to Tulsa, Oklahoma for a promising looking Fight Night card that features Ben Henderson and Rafael dos Anjos in a big lightweight affair. Rather surprisingly, Francis Carmont is matched up with Thales Leites, and that's been pegged as the co-main event. It should be noted though that the poster actually promotes Demian Maia vs. Mike more
If you're not busy this week, there is plenty of UFC to be watched. That's because they will be holding events twice on Saturday.
The second event of the weekend comes live on Fox Sports 1 from San Antonio. Headlined by featherweight contenders Cub Swanson and Jeremy Stephens, the event promises to be exciting from the top to the bottom.
UFC 174 was good to me when it came to the prelim predictions. I keep separating myself from the .500 mark, as I continue to climb up the win percentage ladder. more
Whenever Cub Swanson fights, there's a chance for an explosive finish. He won't have to hunt down his opponent on Saturday night, as Jeremy "Lil Heathen" Stephens is never one to back down from a brawl.
Swanson has made it clear: He believes he deserves a shot at the title. He has already faced and been knocked out by current champion Jose Aldo, but that was in 2009 when both were in WEC. He wants his crack at the title soon, but Stephens stands in his way.
'Lil Heathen has been up and down over more
There are far bigger, more relevant fighters to main event a mixed martial arts card than James Te Huna and Nate "The Great" Marquardt. However, when it comes to sheer desperation, Te Huna and Marquardt should have plenty.
Both men are on a losing streak and can ill-afford another loss. That dynamic could make the feature bout of UFC Fight Night 43 in New Zealand a smashing affair. This card will be exclusively broadcast Saturday, June 28, on UFC Fight Pass. Click here for details.
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Add Dan Henderson’s name to the list of UFC light heavyweights looking for a career-resurgence by dropping to 185 pounds.
MMAFighting.com reported that the former Pride two-division champion will be returning to middleweight for the first time since his 2010 fight against Jake Shields in Strikeforce.
Hendo hopes to be back in the cage by the end of the year, and the middleweight division is as competitive as it’s ever been. With fighters like Tim Kennedy, Yoel Romero and Luke Rockhold currently more
TUF 17 winner Kelvin Gastelum has looked solid since cutting down to welterweight, but he's in for a stiff test when he faces off with Nicholas Musoke in the co-main event of this Saturday's (June 28, 2014) UFC Fight Night 44 from San Antonio, Texas. How can each 170-pound prospect continue their surge? Read our fight preview to find out!
This Saturday night (June 28, 2014), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweights Kelvin Gastelum and Nicholas Musoke will go to war in the co-main event more
Lightweights, flyweights, welterweights, and featherweights take stage right for UFC Fight Night: Te Huna vs. Marquardt in Auckland, New Zealand. Who matches up well against who and who should be winning you money?
I totally haven't forgotten there are two UFC cards this weekend.
Because the UFC will be bigger than soccer one day?
Speaking of, have you been watching?
Of course not. I'm American.
I'm happy that your definition of American is avoiding all things not American, but I think more
It looks like Dan Henderson will be heading back into middleweight waters.
The MMA legend and former Olympian has found success in a variety of weight classes throughout his storied career, with several of his greatest achievements coming at 185 pounds. Yet, "Hendo" has spent the better part of the past four years competing in the light heavyweight fold, where he climbed the divisional ladder to establish himself as one of the top 205-pound fighters on the UFC roster. Nevertheless, it has been a more