Week-in-Review: List of UFC, Strikeforce & Other Fights Announced


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Miguel Torres vs. Nick Pace is official for UFC 139. | Photo: Dave Mandel


A complete list of significant new fights reported in the past week.

Kenny Foster vs. Ronnie Mann, Bellator Fighting Championships 53, Oct. 8, Miami, Okla.

Eddie Arizmendi vs. Arthur Guseinov, M-1 Challenge 27 “Guram vs. Garner,” Oct. 14, Phoenix

Yasubey Enomoto vs. Joshua Thorpe, M-1 Challenge 27 “Guram vs. Garner,” Oct. 14, Phoenix

Marius Zaromskis vs. Dan Hornbuckle, Score Fighting Series 2, Oct. 14, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Nick Cottone vs. Billy Vaughan, Locked in the Cage 9, Oct. 21, Philadelphia

Ben Askren vs. Jay Hieron, Bellator Fighting Championships 56, Oct. 29, Kansas City, Kan.

Jussier da Silva vs. Michael William Costa, Shooto Brazil 25, Oct. 29, TBA

Brad Tavares vs. Dustin Jacoby, UFC 137 “St. Pierre vs. Condit,” Oct. 29, Las Vegas

Junji Ikoma vs. Mikihito Yamagami, Shooto “Shooto the Shoot 2011,” Nov. 5, Tokyo

Shinichi Kojima vs. Kiyotaka Shimizu, Shooto “Shooto the Shoot 2011,” Nov. 5, Tokyo

Akitoshi Tamura vs. Shigeki Osawa, Shooto “Shooto the Shoot 2011,” Nov. 5, Tokyo

Justin Edwards vs. John Maguire, UFC 138 “Leben vs. Munoz,” Nov. 5, Birmingham, England

John Hawk vs. Roger Hollett, Bellator Fighting Championships 57, Nov. 12, Rama, Ontario, Canada

Miguel Torres vs. Nick Pace, UFC 139 “Shogun vs. Hendo,” Nov. 19, San Jose, Calif.

Johnny Eduardo vs. Michael McDonald, UFC 139 “Shogun vs. Hendo,” Nov. 19, San Jose, Calif.

Marius Zaromskis vs. Bruno Carvalho, Rumble of the Kings, Nov. 26, Stockholm

Roger Huerta vs. War Machine, Ultimate Warrior Fighting, Nov. 26, Pharr, Texas

Bubba Jenkins vs. Chris Huerta, Tachi Palace Fights 11 “Redemption,” Dec. 2, Lemoore, Calif.

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