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UFC light heavyweight title contender Anthony ‘Rumble’ Johnson is one of the true stories of redemption in the fight promotion’s recent years.
No one has been more hyped by UFC president Dana White during their time on ‘The Ultimate Fighter’ than UFC middleweight Uriah Hall.
When it comes to the most active fighters in The UFC, they don’t get much busier that Saturday night’s UFC 182 co main event competitor, Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone.
Saturday night is set to be one of the best pay per view cards of the UFC’s year, as two titles will be defended. Anthony Pettis will defend his lightweight title against challenger Gilbert Melendez.
Cub Swanson is perfectly comfortable with being known as a “can’t miss” fighter when it comes to delivering excitement.
Benavidez still holds the #2 ranking in the division, and Saturday night he takes on Dustin Ortiz in a fight that could help him lay claim to a third title shot.
Friday in Australia, UFC middleweight contender Luke Rockhold takes on Michael Bisping in a main event that has title implications and serves to settle a feud that has been brewing for some time.
At first glance, one might think that the most controversial cast member of this season’s Ultimate Fighter would be veteran straw weight Felice Herrig.
Having fought three times already this year and riding a four fight win streak with four straight finishes, Cerrone is the living embodiment of an ‘anybody, any time, any place’ approach to fighting.
The 20th season of The UFC’s ‘Ultimate Fighter’ it’s the debut of the women’s 115 pound straw weight division, joining the 135 pound women led by champion Ronda Rousey.
If it weren’t for Ronda Rousey, Miesha Tate might be the most well known female fighter in the UFC. She will compete in the circuit’s first ever female fight in Japan
When UFC lightweight veteran Joe Lauzon made his UFC debut in 2006 he was fresh off a stint on The Ultimate Fighter facing a big name in Jens Pulver.