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Fans will be watching tonight’s UFC 184 card while remembering what might have been. After all, over the past 14 months, UFC pay-per-view cards have seen no shortage of weirdness and bad breaks.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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UFC 183 was headlined by a matchup that could best be described as unusual. The rest of the card followed suit. Sure, some fights went to plan. Al Iaquinta's boxing was expected to best Joe Lauzon on the feet. The 27-year-old chalked up his third consecutive TKO victory. But there was plenty of strange to go around in the MGM Grand. For starters, Thiago Alves turned back the clock and scored a thrilling TKO victory over the younger Jordan Mein. Tyron Woodley and Kelvin Gastelum—one of the most e read news >>

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LAS VEGAS -- Miesha Tate talks about her UFC 183 fight against Sara McMann, why she asked to fight on the prelims, where she's better than McMann, the state of her career, and more. read news >>

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Up, up, and awayyyyyy! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is raising its pay-per-view (PPV) prices by $5 to offset the rising cost of producing live events. That means the increase for UFC 182, UFC 183, and UFC 184 will remain in effect indefinitely, despite this past promise. UFC provided a statement to MMA Junkie: "In an effort to provide UFC fans with the best possible matchups and highest quality programming, we have maintained the same suggested retail price for our U.S. pay-per-view even read news >>

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A recent uptick in UFC pay-per-view prices is here to stay for 2015, according to the promotion. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Undefeated Gregor Gillespie keeps UFC in his sights heading into Friday's Ring of Combat 50 pay-per-view showdown. read news >>

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Early PPV estimates suggest that UFC 182: Jones vs. Cormier was a hit at the box office. Expectations were high for the UFC when Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier was announced as the main event of their January 3rd PPV. Dana White stated during fight week that he predicted 750,000 buys for this much-anticipated showdown, and it looks like they surpassed expectations. MMA Fighting's Dave Meltzer reports that estimated buyrates are coming in at between 740,000-820,000, making 182 the best-selling PPV read news >>

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As was expected with the buildup, UFC 182 was the most successful event for the company since UFC 168, with early cable estimates of the show headlined by Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier for the UFC light heavyweight title coming in at between 740,000 and 820,000 pay-per-view buys.The number was more impressive given it went head-to-head with the Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers NFL playoff game that drew 28 million viewers, and both the NFL and UFC strongly hit the adult male demographic. read news >>

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The bout order for this month’s “UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz” event is now set, and a welterweight matchup between Thiago Alves and Jordan Mein kicks off the evening’s pay-per-view main carFiled under: News, UFC read news >>

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Hey, remember when Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White said raising the price of the UFC 168 pay-per-view (PPV) event was a one-time thing? LOL. The world's largest combat sports promotion kicked off 2015 by kicking up its price for UFC 182: "Jones vs. Cormier," according to MMA Payout, and will follow suit with UFC 183: "Silva vs. Diaz" and UFC 184: "Weidman vs. Belfort." Don't worry guys, it's just a three-time thing! Jose Mendoza adds context: Essentially, the UFC is app read news >>

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Stream for any and all articles pertaining to UFC PPV model It's no secret that UFC pay-per-view buy rates are down. A cursory look at any of their numbers from 2014 will show that. We even saw events that barely cracked the 100,000 buy mark, and some say those numbers were generous towards the promotion. It's certainly a good thing that Dana White promised MMA fans that the UFC would never raise the price of their PPV events, back in 2009. Oh wait... Now, the Zuffa brain trust, in a highly ambi read news >>

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The MMA universe is in a tizzy over Saturday night's UFC 182 light heavyweight title fight between champion Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier, and UFC President Dana White is expecting that to translate into some huge numbers. Speaking at the UFC 182 media day, White estimated that the card would garner around around 750,000 buys. "I think this fight will do 750[,000 buys], that's where I place the line," White said to the assembled media. "Everyone thinks the pay-per-view thing is dead. Pay-per-view read news >>

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If UFC 182 lives up to UFC President Dana White’s expectations, it’ll be the most watched pay-per-view event since Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva rematched at UFC 168 in December 2013. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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LAS VEGAS - The UFC 182 main event between UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and undefeated challenger Daniel Cormier is one of the most highly anticipated bouts in recent years. Except, perhaps, in the event's home market. Tickets are still available for Saturday night's event at the MGM Grand Garden Arena for one of the best-on-paper fights the company has ever put together, which hasn't gone unnoticed by at least one of the competitors. "Jon and I would fight in an empty arena," Cormie read news >>

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