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Travis Browne vs Rob Broughton, at UFC 135

Written on June 16, 2011 by Lulu

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Another match is added to UFC 135, as Travis Browne and Rob Broughton will have a heavyweight face-off.

Another match was added to UFC 135, as two hard hitting fighters – Travis Browne and Rob Broughton – will have a heavyweight clash.

After winning his previous match by knocking out Stefan Struve last month, Travis Browne – with a career stats of 11-0-1 – is back in the Octagon to have another knock-out victory against his heavy handed opponent at the UFC 135. Meanwhile, Rob Broughton – who is 15-5-1 – is also a knockout artist who knocked off six of his opponent out of their head during their matches. He will enter the cage with a goal of having his second win in UFC by sending his opponent to the floor.

The Travis Browne vs Rob Broughton match will be part of the UFC 135 card. However, there’s still no official announcement if the match will be a preliminary or a pay-per-view bout.

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Medical Suspension for UFC 120 Fighters

Written on October 20, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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UFC 120 is indeed a good fight, but not all winners went home okay. So for medical purposes, UFC suspended 20 fighters from the event. Check out the who's who below.

The Ultimate Fighting Championships issued medical suspensions to the 20 UFC 120 fighters for precautionary measures. As with most overseas shows, the UFC acted as its own regulatory body since no hosting athletic commission was available. The regulatory body was headed by UFC Vice President of Regulatory and Government Affairs, Marc Ratner.

Both Mike Pyle and Cheick Kongo will face a 180-day suspension due to a right hand injury. However, a clear X-ray result will lift their sanction. Travis Browne is suspended for 180 days due to a left hand injury. But he can be cleared early if an X-ray detects no problem with his thumb. All three of them, though cleared, will still undergo a mandatory 30-day suspension for precautionary reasons. Rob Broughton will also face a 180-day suspension due to possible shoulder and chest injuries. He need to have an X-ray examination and MRI to be cleared early. Still, his mandatory suspension will run for 45 days.

Other suspensions, all for preventive measures, are posted after the skip.

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Fighting Insider at UFC 120 Weigh-In London October 2010

Written on October 19, 2010 by Clive Wilson

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Here are the Official Results of the UFC 120 London Event. Check out the gallery for our exclusive photos at the event.

The official weigh-in results for Saturday’s UFC 120 event are up. UFC 120 was headlined by middleweights Michael Bisping and Yoshihiro Akiyama. Plus there was also a fight between welterweights Dan Hardy and Carlos Condit. This event was aired at Spike TV via same day delay. The event was take place at O2 Arena in London, England 8pm ET / PT.

Main Event
Yoshihiro Akiyama (185) VS Michael Bisping (185)

Spike TV
Carlos Condit (170) VS Dan Hardy (171)
Mike Pyle (170) VS John Hathaway (171)
Travis Browne (251) VS Cheick Kongo (228)
Claude Patrick (171) VS James Wilks (170)

Prelims
Alexander Gustafsson (204) VS Cyrille Diabate (204)
Vinicius Queiroz (239) VS Rob Broughton (257)
Mark Holst (155) VS Paul Sass (155)
Curt Warburton (154) VS Spencer Fisher (155)
Fabio Maldonado (204) VS James McSweeney (205)


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