- 2 years ago
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BIRMINGHAM, England - The UFC's return to England will prove a record-setting performance.
UFC managing director of international development Marshall Zelaznik today announced that Saturday's "UFC 138: Leben vs. Munoz"
event, which takes place at LG Arena in Birmingham, England, is rapidly
approaching sellout status.
And while a "couple hundred" seats remain on the market, Zelaznik said UFC 138 has already set the building's live-gate record.
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As much attention the Georges St-Pierre and Nick Diaz have drawn for UFC 158, the event has yet to sell out, but don’t expect it to remain that way. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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Sherdog.com will report from the LG Arena in Birmingham, England at approximately 1:40 p.m. ET with play-by-play and live results of UFC 138, which is headlined by a five-round middleweight contest between Mark Munoz and Chris Leben. read news >>
BIRMINGHAM, England - MMAjunkie.com is on scene and reporting live from UFC 138 at LG Arena in Birmingham, England.
Be sure to follow along with the latest card updates in our UFC 138
live-results post, and then discuss the event in the comments section
Round-by-round updates and official results begin at approximately 1:30
p.m. ET (10:30 a.m. PT) for the preliminary card and 4 p.m. ET for the
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship pulled a rabbit out of its hat with the recent announcement of UFC 138: Leben vs. Munoz for Nov. 5 in Birmingham, England. MMAWeekly.com has learned that the event will take place at the LG Arena. Read More >> read news >>
Saturday’s UFC on FOX 12 card featured a number of notable outcomes, including a new king of the quick knockout. For more on that, check out 45 post-fight facts about the network-televised event.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
- a month ago
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Irish television executives’ eyes are smiling after seeing numbers for the live domestic broadcast of Saturday’s Ultimate Fighting Championship card in Dublin. read news >>
Ronda Rousey's electrifying knockout win of Alexis Davis was many things; scary, dominant, legacy-building all come to mind. While it wasn't quite record-breaking, it came pretty darn close. Officially clocked at 16 seconds, Rousey tied for the second-fastest knockout in UFC title fight history. It tied Frank Shamrock's 16-second knockout win over Kevin Jackson at UFC Japan in 1997 where he would win the inaugural UFC middleweight championship (which would later be renamed the light heavyweight read news >>
- 4 months ago
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Check out 35 post-fight facts to come out of Friday’s UFC Fight Night 39 card in Abu Dhabi, including a heavyweight record for Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira – and not one he’d want to hold.Filed under: News, Only on Junkie, UFC Tagged: UFC Fight Night 39 read news >>
- 5 months ago
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UFC 171's main event title match between Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler may have looked awesome, but it turns out it was pretty awesome on paper to. Awesome to the tune of 300+ significant strikes landed. According to FightMetric Johnny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler combined for 348 strikes landed in their five round war at UFC 171. More impressively, 308 of those strikes were "significant strikes". No positionally weak arm punches, no calf kicks in the clinch, just two fighters slugging it out read news >>
Roy Nelson set the UFC record for heavyweights for most strikes absorbed without being knocked out following his UFC 161 loss on Saturday night in Winnipeg. read news >>