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2 years ago

UFC 155 Dos Santos Vs. Velasquez Results and Wrap Up

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The UFC made its return to the land of Pay Per View last night and although some fights left fans wanting a bit more, the other bouts were loaded with action that more than made up for it. If you were unable to see some of the undercard bouts, I highly suggest you try to do so by any means possible. Melvin Guillard versus Jamie Varner, while slightly slower than expected was an entertaining bout. As well the Featherweight tilt between Leonard Garcia and Max Holloway was a highly entertaining slugfest that went for a full fifteen minutes. Add in impressive TKO victories for Heavyweight Todd Duffee and Bantamweight Erik Perez and there is some top shelf violence for those of you that like it that way.

Moving on to the main card, some of the bouts didn’t quite live up to the hype. Others such as the co-main event between ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

UFC 155 Results: Cain Velasquez Regains UFC Title

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Cain Velasquez is an animal! Velasquez mauled Junior Dos Santos in their UFC 155 rematch proving to the MMA world that his 64 second loss to the JDS was a fluke. Velasquez won a unanimous decision to regain the UFC heavyweight title in one of the most one-sided UFC title wins in years.

Dos Santos could not stop the shot. Velasquez dominated the former champion on their feet and taking him to the ground. Velasquez had his way with Dos Santos at UFC 155, absorbing very little to punishment at all from the champion. UFC commentator Jor Rogan proclaimed at one point that he had not seen such a dominant performance by a challenger over a champion since Anderson Silva defeated Rich Franklin for the middleweight title several years ago.

Velasquez opened up looking to strike and takedown the former champion. Dos Santos did a good job early on of avoiding any ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

UFC 155 Dos Santos Vs. Velasquez 2 Predictions & Analysis

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The UFC returns to the land of Pay Per View this weekend with their traditional New Year’s Eve card. Despite not technically taking place on New Year’s Eve, the UFC has more than made up for it by packing this card with talent and intriguing match-ups from top to bottom. Headlining the card is a rematch that everyone has been clamoring for since their first meeting as the headliner for the UFC’s first event on the Fox Network as UFC Heavyweight Champion Junior dos Santos battles the man he defeated for the title Cain Velasquez.

The co-main event of the evening features a Lightweight tilt that will move the winner significantly up the ladder in terms of placement in what is arguably the UFC’s deepest division as Joe Lauzon battles Jim Miller. Three Middleweight bouts are on the docket for the rest of the main card and many of them feature ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

Anderson Silva’s Camp Want GSP, Franklin, Or Diaz

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Ed Soares Anderson SilvaThe UFC has a big problem on their hands. The UFC has a champion that only wants to fight marquee fighters as opposed to the “amateurs.” Anderson Silva’s camp doesn’t care what your record is. If you aren’t a name, go to the back of the line.

While the UFC middleweight champion doesn’t do much speaking, his managers Ed Soares and Jorge Guimaraes do plenty. Both managers (because when you are that good, you need more than one) recently talked to the press about potential upcoming fights for their champion and let’s just say they aren’t nearly as excited about a Chris Weidman vs. Anderson Silva fight as you are.

Silva’s co-manager Guimaraes was the first to make headlines last week when he was asked about Silva’s next opponent.

“No opponent makes sense for Anderson at this moment. Unless ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , ,

2 years ago

UFC 149 Faber Vs. Barao Predictions & Analysis

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It’s time for quite possibly the most injury-plagued card in the history of the UFC. The number of cancellations for this card is simply astonishing. Seriously, I could write a couple of pages alone just on the fights that won’t be happening any more and on the fighters that are no longer on this card, but were at one time. Calgary fans sure got unlucky for their first UFC event, but they still have a couple of intriguing bouts, including an Interim Bantamweight Championship fight which will likely deliver entertainment in spades.

This Saturday from the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada the UFC rolls in with UFC 149. Before getting to what’s on the card, let’s go ahead and take a look at fighters that have scratched from this event after being scheduled: Jose Aldo, Erik Koch, Michael Bisping, Yoshihiro Akiyama, Thiago Alves, Siyar Bahadurzada, Thiago Silva, Mauricio Rua, Bibiano ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

3 years ago

UFC 144: Edgar Vs. Henderson Predictions & Analysis

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship makes it’s somewhat long-awaited return to the Land of the Rising Sun, this weekend when they hold their first card in Japan since UFC 29 all the way back in the year 2000. They are returning to the former hotspot of PRIDE Fighting Championships, the massive Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. The main Pay Per View card of the event has been amped up to four hours of run time and has added an additional two bouts.

Featuring a main event for the UFC’s Lightweight Championship between challenger Benson Henderson and champion Frankie Edgar, the UFC is offering a very solid card this weekend. Also the card features nearly every Japanese fighter employed by the UFC, so it offers a lot for the hometown crowd as well as a number of intriguing bouts for those of us who will be watching the card from the comfort ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

3 years ago

UFC 135: Jones vs. Rampage Results – Jackson Taps, Hughes Gets KO’d

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Jon Jones UFC 135Jon Jones is either the second coming of Anderson Silva or a lucky fighter that hasn’t truly been tested in the octagon. Unfortunately that question may still be up to debate depending upon whether you believe Rampage Jackson’s one-dimensional offense was truly that test.

Jon Jones not only survived his first test as UFC light heavyweight champion at UFC 135, he dominated it. Jones manhandled former champion Rampage Jackson for four rounds in what looked more like a sparring session than a UFC championship fight. Jones made Jackson look like a fool for all four rounds, keeping Jackson at bay the entire fight with jabs and kicks that repeatedly connected on the challenger.

Surprisingly you didn’t get a lot of trademark Jon Jones elbows in this fight. He didn’t land his first one until about ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

3 years ago

UFC 135: Jones vs. Rampage Analysis & Predictions

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ufc135: Jones Vs. RampageThe UFC returns to the Pay Per View airwaves this Saturday night with it’s latest offering, UFC 135. Live from what will likely be a sell-out at the Pespi Center in Denver, Colorado. A little bit of nostalgic fact-for-thought, the UFC held their first ever event in Denver. The event UFC 1, took place nearly twenty years ago. The UFC is also returning to Denver for the first time since Zuffa has taken control of the organization and the first time since The Ultimate Ultimate, in 1995.

The aptly named UFC 135: Jones vs. Rampage, features a Light Heavyweight Title Bout, pitting current champion Jon “Bones” Jones against Quinton “Rampage” Jackson. The five-fight PPV card may be lacking somewhat in “big” name power, however, what it lacks in name, it makes up for in potential. If you’re ..click here to read more , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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