The Ultimate Fighting Championship debuts, as eight fighters enter the Octagon for a one-night tournament to determine the superior fighting style, including Royce Gracie, Ken Shamrock, and Gerard Gordeau.
After his win against Frankie Edgar, Aldo is lost from the spotlight. Max Holloway, the interim featherweight champion, challenges Aldo for the featherweight belt and Aldo returns to the cage to continue his story.
The long awaited UFC heavyweight title fight between champion Cain Velasquez and interim titleholder Fabricio Werdum will take place on Saturday, June 13th at the Mexico City Arena, and ... See full summary »
Only one out of two men fulfilled their prediction for UFC 47, and that man was none other than my boy, "The Iceman" Chuck Liddell. A vicious assault by the iron fists of Liddell midway through round two caused a "power outage" in Ortiz . Pandemonium ensued as "The Iceman" brutally destroyed "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy", as Chuck began paving his way to total domination of the 205lb weight division. Anyone who wishes to dispute this fact, feel free to direct all comments to the likes of Jeremy Horn, Vernon White, Renato Sobral, or Randy Couture whom my boy recently "Iced" into retirement. Let this be a testament to the outcome of Liddell vs Ortiz 2 on December 30th, 2006. It happened before - and it will happen again...
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