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


Miguel Torres will return to the UFC in April. | Photo: Sherdog.com


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

Michael Bisping vs. Chael Sonnen, UFC on Fox 2, Jan. 28, Chicago

Demian Maia vs. Chris Weidman, UFC on Fox 2, Jan. 28, Chicago

Daniel Stittgen vs. Stephen Thompson, UFC 143 “Diaz vs. Condit,” Feb. 4, Las Vegas

Marianna Kheyfets vs. Heather Clark, XFC 16 “High Stakes,” Feb. 10, Knoxville, Tenn.

Stoney Hale vs. Dustin West, XFC 16 “High Stakes,” Feb. 10, Knoxville, Tenn.

Ben Alloway vs. Mauro Chimento, CWFC Fight Night 3, Feb. 11, Beirut, Lebanon

Koji Ando vs. Damien Brown, Legend Fighting Championship 7, Feb. 11, Macau

Yoislandy Izquierdo vs. Bernardo Magalhaes, UFC on Fuel “Ellenberger vs. Sanchez,” Feb. 15, Omaha, Neb.

Anton Kuivanen vs. Justin Salas, UFC on Fuel TV “Ellenberger vs. Sanchez,” Feb. 15, Omaha, Neb.

Sean Loeffler vs. Buddy Roberts, UFC on Fuel TV “Ellenberger vs. Sanchez,” Feb. 15, Omaha, Neb.

Kendall Grove vs. Jay Silva, Superior Cage Combat 4, Feb. 16, Las Vegas

Justin Buchholz vs. John Gunderson, Superior Cage Combat 4, Feb. 16, Las Vegas

Akihiro Gono vs. Daisuke Nakamura, Deep “57 Impact,” Feb. 18, Tokyo

Bernard Ackah vs. Yuki Niimura, Deep “57 Impact,” Feb. 18, Tokyo

Caros Fodor vs. Pat Healy, Strikeforce “Tate vs. Rousey,” March 3, Columbus, Ohio

Kyle Noke vs. Andrew Craig, UFC on FX 2 “Alves vs. Kampmann,” March 3, Sydney

Joe Warren vs. Pat Curran, Bellator Fighting Championships 60 , March 9, Hammond, Ind.

Marlon Sandro vs. Roberto Vargas, Bellator Fighting Championships 60, March 9, Hammond, Ind.

Wagnney Fabiano vs. Ronnie Mann, Bellator Fighting Championships 60, March 9, Hammond, Ind.

Alexandre Bezerra vs. Genair da Silva, Bellator Fighting Championships 60, March 9, Hammond, Ind.

Daniel Straus vs. Jeremy Spoon, Bellator Fighting Championships 60, March 9, Hammond, Ind.

Sean McCorkle vs. Richard White, Bellator Fighting Championships 60, March 9, Hammond, Ind.

John Alessio vs. Ryan Healy, Score Fighting Series 4, March 16, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Miguel Torres vs. Michael McDonald, UFC 145, April 21, Atlanta

Maximo Blanco vs. Marcus Brimage, UFC 145, April 21, Atlanta

Mark Bocek vs. Matt Wiman, UFC 145, April 21, Atlanta

Rory MacDonald vs. Che Mills, UFC 145, April 21, Atlanta

Mark Hominick vs. Eddie Yagin, UFC 145, April 21, Atlanta

Ben Rothwell vs. Brendan Schaub, UFC 145, April 21, Atlanta

Travis Browne vs. Chad Griggs, UFC 145, April 21, Atlanta

Mac Danzig vs. Efrain Escudero, UFC 145, April 21, Atlanta

Chris Clements vs. Keith Wisniewski, UFC 145, April 21, Atlanta

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