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The main event to crown The UFC Heavyweight Championship of the World. 3-time UFC Champion Don "The Beast" Severn and 2-time UFC Champion Mark "The Hammer" Coleman battle for the title of Ultimate Fighting Champion.

Stars: David Abbott, Bruce Beck, Vitor Belfort
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The event featured 16 separate fights, of which only the last 8 were shown on the live pay-per-view broadcast and home video versions. While maintaining a good attitude and saying that he "could fight all day" Gracie did admit that four fights in one night is a lot. This and the events in UFC 3 and beyond added fuel to the fire which lead to the restructuring of UFC several years later. See more »

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Better Fighters but not as Good
19 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Shamrock's injury left UFC 2 with only one star, Royce Gracie.

The fighters overall were better than 1 but with the tournament advancing to a 16 man from 8 man, they seemed tiresome & often beaten uneventfully.

The announce team advanced from not knowing what they were doing 1, to doing a Q&A with the only commentator who knew anything about fighting.

With Shamrock not in it Royce dominated with no resistance. It was nice to see the cocky kick-boxer Pat Smith who had worked on his ground defense after being submitted by Shamrock in UFC 1, have to tap while Royce held him down and punched him. Royce didn't submit him, he punched him till he tapped. Proving that in MMA striking alone will only get you (so) Tank Abbott far.

Memoralbly Moment - Pat Smith tearing up Scott Morris's face.

4 of 10 (Royce dominated w/ no competition)


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