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UFC 214 – Cormier v Jones II

The UFC returns to Anaheim this weekend of the card of the year, if not the decade. This card is everything that UFC 200 should have been and then some. It has three title fights, the conclusion to the biggest... Continue Reading →

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UFC 213 – Nunes v Shevchenko II

Werdum v Overeem: Fabricio Werdum steps into the octagon looking to make his case for a rematch with the man who beat him for the title, Stipe Miocic. As is the UFC’s want, they chose to put Werdum in with... Continue Reading →

UFC 212 – Aldo v Holloway

After the fun and games of UFC Stockholm we return to PPV territory with UFC 212. The first in a run of 10 consecutive events begins in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with a unification bout at 145lbs and a number... Continue Reading →

UFC 211 – Miocic v dos Santos II

The UFC returns from a lengthy break this week with UFC 211 live from Dallas, Texas. In a poor year for the UFC, numbers-wise, this is the first real showcase event of 2017. I’m sticking with the top 3 fights... Continue Reading →

UFC 210 – Cormier v Johnson II

The UFC returns from a brief hiatus this week with UFC 210 live from Buffalo, New York. The card is showcased with top end talent, champions past and present, and legitimate challengers alike. I’m sticking with the main and co-main... Continue Reading →

UFC 205 – Alvarez v McGregor

As 2016 draws towards a close the UFC pull out the greatest card in the history of MMA for its opening foray into New York City, USA. After 20 long years the sport is legalised and the biggest promotion in... Continue Reading →

UFC 204 – Bisping v Henderson II

It has only been eight months but it feels like longer as the UFC finally returns to England, with Manchester hosting the first defence of its favourite fighter, UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping. The night will be long as the... Continue Reading →

UFC 202 – McGregor v Diaz II

2016 has seen shocks aplenty in the world of MMA, Bisping, Woodley, Nunes to name but a few. One of the biggest of the year was the fall of Conor McGregor. After the rematch was shelved from the UFC 200... Continue Reading →

UFC 201 – Lawler v Woodley

UFC 200 is now in the history books and is visible only in the rear view mirror. It wasn't the stellar card that we all wanted and there has been controversy since but that's MMA for you. The card for... Continue Reading →

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