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


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

Sean McCorkle vs. Mike Williams, Legends of Fighting 51 “Little Giants,” Feb. 10, Indianapolis

Ryan Ford vs. Tyson Steele, Aggression MMA 9, Feb. 11, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Tim Chemelli vs. Victor Valimaki, Aggression MMA 9, Feb. 11, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Tom Speer vs. Mats Nilsson, CWFC Fight Night 3, Feb. 11, Beirut, Lebanon

Michael Mortimer vs. Taiyo Nakahara, Legend Fighting Championship 7, Feb. 11, Macau

Priscus Fogagnolo vs. Joe Muir, Cage Fighting Championship 20, Feb. 24, Gold Coast, Australia

Josh Burkman vs. Koffi Adzitso, Showdown Fights “Breakout,” Feb. 24, Orem, Utah

Fraser Opie vs. Dan Edwards, Fight UK 6, Feb. 25, Leicester, England

Karsten Lenjoint vs. Dino Gambatesa, Fight UK 6, Feb. 25, Leicester, England

Hiroshige Tanaka vs. Yoshifumi Nakamura, Shooto “Shooting Disco 17,” Feb. 25, Tokyo

Akitoshi Tamura vs. Yuji Hoshino, Shooto “TBA,” March 10, Tokyo

Yuki Shojo vs. Junji Ito, Shooto “TBA,” March 10, Tokyo

Gegard Mousasi vs. Mike Kyle, Strikeforce “Tate vs. Rousey,” March 3, Columbus, Ohio

Conor Heun vs. Ryan Couture, Strikeforce “Tate vs. Rousey,” March 3, Columbus, Ohio

Georgi Karakhanyan vs. Micah Miller, Tachi Palace Fights 12 “Second Coming,” March 9, Lemoore, Calif.

Tomomi Sunaba vs. Saori Ishioka, Pancrase “Progress Tour 3,” March 11, Tokyo

Eric Prindle vs. Thiago Santos, Bellator Fighting Championships 61, March 16, Bossier City, La.

Maiquel Falcao vs. Norman Paraisy, Bellator Fighting Championships 61, March 16, Bossier City, La.

Brian Rogers vs. Vitor Vianna, Bellator Fighting Championships 61, March 16, Bossier City, La.

Vyacheslav Vasilevsky vs. Victor O'Donnell, Bellator Fighting Championships 61, March 16, Bossier City, La.

Giva Santana vs. Bruno Santos, Bellator Fighting Championships 61, March 16, Bossier City, La.

Fumitoshi Ishikawa vs. Makoto Maeda, Heat 21, March 18, Nagoya, Japan

Mei Yamaguchi vs. Katja Kankaanpaa, Botnia Punishment 11, March 23, Seinajoki, Finland

Aisling Daly vs. Titiana van Polanen Petel, Battlezone Fighting Championships 5, March 24, Dublin

Diego Nunes vs. Dennis Siver, UFC on Fuel TV 2, April 14, Stockholm

Rashad Evans vs. Jon Jones, UFC 145 “Jones vs. Evans,” April 21, Atlanta

Jim Miller vs. Nate Diaz, UFC on Fox 3, May 5, East Rutherford, N.J.

John Dodson vs. Darren Uyenoyama, UFC on Fox 3, May 5, East Rutherford, N.J.

Michael Guymon vs. Frankie Saenz, BAMMA USA “Badbeat 6,” May 25, Commerce, Calif.

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