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UFC 226 is now old news. It’s done. Due to the falling out of the 145 title fight, the main and co-main were Heavyweight clashes, one for the title and the other a likely #1 contender fight. Then you had one of the most boring fights ever, a double champ, and Brock Lesnar. With all of this shaking up, it’s appropriate to see where the division stands now, at least for the immediate future.
In this episode we discuss UFC Boise, UFC 226, DC vs Brock, Jon Jones, Anthony Pettis, Paulo Costa/Uriah Hall, Israel Adesanya.
UFC 226 was full of great moments, but how do we rate it all?
This is a question that has been circulating some (at least our) MMA circles recently. It just does not seem there is a "guy" in the UFC right now, so who is it? Without Conor being active, who is the face of the organization?
This weekend, the UFC invades Asia once again, this time in Singapore for a night of fights. Also, partially as a result of the massive time difference, the card is on Fight Pass and has a lot of garbage on it. It’s just the way it is. There are a couple bright spots, including the main event. That main event includes crowd-favorite UFC LEGEND (yeah, I said it) Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.
The Untitled boys accidentally solved the UFC weigh in situation…
Yesterday, MMA did not take a break, as there was the season premeire of Dana White's Tuesday Night Contender Series (wow that's a mouthful), where prospects fought in front of the boss in hopes of making it to the UFC. Well, two contracts were given. One of those contracts was that of the polarizing, controversial former NFL Pro-Bowler Greg Hardy, who took 57 seconds to dismantle his co-former NFL player opponent. So, like him or not, Greg Hardy is going to fight in the UFC (at some point).
While I have been seeing a lot of talk about this weekend’s card, there hasn’t been a whole lot of talk about the main event, which is an excellent main event to cap off an excellent card. If this is you as well, fear not, because here’s a preview of the Middleweight championship bout between Robert Whittaker and Yoel Romero.
This Saturday, the UFC once again visits the Windy City for a great night of fights. Between 2 (sorta) belts on the line, a probable title eliminator, among others, there’s a lot to look forward to.
This weekend, the UFC goes across the pond to Liverpool and has a blockbuster main event. It pits rising superstar Darren Till and former title challenger Stephen Thompson.
In the aftermath of UFC 223, there is a new Lightweight champion in Khabib Nurmagomedov and a mess of a division underneath him. Today, we talk about that mess of a division.
After the mayhem that was UFC 223 has come and gone, it is time for some regularity (hopefully) as the UFC airs on FOX from Arizona. In the main event, there is a marquee Lightweight bout between Dustin Poirier and Justin Gaethje. This is EXACTLY the type of fight new potential fans need to see.
Although the main event has changed slightly, UFC 223's Co-Main has remained rock-solid this entire time and pits former champion Joanna Jedrzejcyzk against the woman who took her belt, Rose Namajunas. Strap yourselves in because you're going for a ride.