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Following his victory against Dan Hardy at UFC on Versus 5, Chris Lytle announced his retirement.
After setting a record of ten post-fight bonuses, Chris Lytle announced his retirement after he out pointed Dan Hardy at UFC on Versus 5. While many probably shrugged their shoulders afterwards, his fans shed a few tears.
Since his TUF 4 loss against Matt Serra in 2006, Chris Lytle won ten fight bonuses in his 14 professional bouts which sums up to more than half a million dollar. Nevertheless, he will step out in the organization, claiming that he wants to spend more time for his family. He felt that he’s been neglecting his family after his upset defeat against Brian Ebersole.
But with Chris Lytle being able to slug out Dan Hardy, who made his way to the title shot against GSP in 2010, the UFC has suffered a great loss.View Article Source »
MMA veterans, Dennis Hallman and Brian Ebersole, is tapped for a welterweight clash at the soon-to-come UFC 133 in Philadelphia.
Though fans are all clamoring for the upcoming UFC 129: GSP vs Shields, the rumors have gone far to UFC 133. A welterweight bout pitting Dennis Hallman and Brian Ebersole is said to be in the works for UFC 133.
Dennis Hallman was slated to fight TJ Waldburger at UFC Fight Night 24 last month. Unfortunately, he was forced to withdraw from the fight due to knee injury. Brian Ebersole, on the other hand, carries an eight-fight win streak — including notable wins from Nick Thompson, Carlos Newton and Matt Horwich.
Though it’s not yet officially announced, UFC 133 is slated to kick off on August 6, at the Wells Fargo Center – formerly Wachovia Center – in Philadelphia.View Article Source »
As the UFC 127 event draws near, fans are having more and more reasons to tune in on Saturday. And Fighting Insider is giving you the top five reasons to watch UFC 127.
On February 26 (27 in Australia), the UFC will hold its much-awaited UFC 127: Penn vs Fitch event. The bout will feature a welterweight showdown between BJ Penn and Jon Fitch, with the UFC Welterweight Championship shot on the line. In addition to this, Michael Bisping and Jorge Rivera will settle a heated rivalry when they step inside the Octagon.
But some fans might still be asking: Why should I watch UFC 127 on Saturday? Let Fighting Insider give you five reasons to watch the Penn vs Fitch event.Read the rest of the article »
After Carlos Condit withdraws from the UFC 127 card due to a knee injury, the promotion has tapped Brian Ebersole to face Chris Lytle in the upcoming event.
Former WEC welterweight champion, Carlos Condit, incurred a knee injury that forced him to withdraw from his upcoming UFC 127 match against Chris Lytle. And likely to step in his stead is the MMA veteran, Brian Ebersole.
Brian Ebersole will make his UFC debut, as he face Chris Lytle in lieu of Carlos Condit. Now residing in Australia, the 11-year MMA veteran rides a seven-fight winning streak, including a notable victory over Carlos Newton at Impact FC 1 last July. Brian Ebersole holds 19 career victories by submission, and has never been knocked out.Read the rest of the article »
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