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Weigh-ins for next month's "UFC on FUEL TV 2: Gustafsson vs. Silva"
event take place Friday, April 13, at Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm.
The same venue hosts the following day's FUEL TV-televised event, which
features a light heavyweight matchup between Alexander Gustafsson vs.
Additionally, fellow light heavyweight Tito Ortiz, who is expected to
retire following a July bout with Forrest Griffin, hosts a special
open-to-the-public Q&A session for fight fans prior read news >>
UFC on Fuel TV 10: Nogueira vs. Werdum on Saturday, June 8, gave Fuel TV its most watched prime time block ever. read news >>
Leave it to Brazil to set a record for submissions. It's completely appropriate. Saturday's UFC on FUEL TV 10 card set a new UFC record with eight submissions in 12 fights. The show took place in, of course, the cradle of Brazilian jiu-jitsu. read news >>
The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale continued the UFC’s streak of setting TV ratings records for Fuel TV. read news >>
The UFC's traditional pre-event show returns next Tuesday, April 23, with the debut of "Countdown to UFC 159: Jones vs. Sonnen" on FUEL TV. read news >>
Despite some hurdles, UFC on FUEL TV 9 is in the books, and readers were anxious to discuss Saturday's show in this week's edition of The Sunday Junkie. read news >>
UFC on Fuel TV 9: Mousasi vs. Latifi live results and play-by-play on Saturday, April 6. The main event features Gegard Mousasi vs. Ilir Latifi. read news >>
UFC on Fuel TV 9: Mousasi vs. Latifi quick results on Saturday, April 6. The main event features Gegard Mousasi vs. Ilir Latifi. read news >>
While he admits he'd like the opportunity, Wanderlei Silva today admitted he was simply pulling an April Fools' Day prank when he said he had replaced Alexander Gustafsson at Saturday's UFC on FUEL TV 9 event. read news >>