Matt Hughes won his first UFC title more than a decade ago by slamming Carlos Newton unconscious at UFC 34. Caught in a triangle choke prior to the finishing slam, Hughes was dazed and confused, taking a few moments to realize that he had just won the UFC welterweight championship, but it eventually set in and kicked off a legendary career.
If you were there, watch the video to relive it. If you weren’t, you don’t want to miss one of the most memorable finishes in UFC history.
Revisit the fight with Matt Hughes as he, Dana White, and Pat Miletich recount the bout that lead to a UFC Hall of Fame career…
Hospital staff issued a statement on UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes, saying he has been stabilized after being airlifted from a car accident. read news >>
Former UFC fighter Matt Hughes was airlifted to the hospital Friday after a truck he was in collided with a moving train. According to ESPN.com's Brett Okamoto, UFC president Dana White provided the read news >>
UFC notable Matt Hughes has been airlifted to a medical facility following an accident.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes was airlifted to a hospital on Friday after a truck he was in collided with a train. read news >>
Matt Hughes' condition appears to be progressing just 24 hours after the pickup truck he was driving collided with a train and he was airlifted to a hospital. read news >>
Illinois State Police continue to investigate a truck-train crash that left UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes hospitalized.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>
UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes on Sunday remained in a Springfield, Ill., hospital following a collision between his pickup truck and a train on Friday. Following some initial misinformation on Saturd read news >>
UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes remains hospitalized following a Friday accident when a truck he was driving was hit by an oncoming train. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>
Former UFC welterweight champion Matt Hughes is doing better one day after his truck collided with a train.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
Retired MMA fighter Matt Hughes is "awake and responsive" after his truck crashed into a moving train Friday. The update came from the former fighter's manager, Monte Cox, who also told MMA Fighting' read news >>