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UFC 125 has concluded on New Year's day with a blast. Edgar and Maynard's main-card bout resulted in a draw. While that came as a disappointment both fighters still received bonuses come what may.
Jeremy Stephens, Clay Guida, Frankie Edgar and Gray Maynard lead the “Fight Night” bonuses. Each fighter earned $60,000 “Fight Night” bonuses for their performances at Saturday’s UFC 125 event.
Stephens went home with the night’s “Knockout of the Night” award. Guida on the other hand got the “Submission of the Night” bonus, while Edgar and Maynard each earned “Fight of the Night” honors.
UFC 125 took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The main card aired on pay-per-view, and three preliminary-card fights aired on ION Television….Read the rest of the article »
Here's a fast look on the results of UFC 125: Resolution. Did your bet emerged as a winner? View and check the result of the fight if you miss the event this new year!
The resolution for UFC 125 is now realized. The most-talked event served as the initial offering of UFC for the new year. The event took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas with a lightweight championship headliner between title holder Frankie Edgar and challenger Gray Maynard.
The rundown of the results after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
Good news MMA fans! You are all invited to take part in UFC 125: Resolution Press Conference and Work-Out Sessions. This open event marks the first installment of UFC for the year 2011.
The year 2011 is almost here. UFC will welcome the upcoming year with a bang, as they give out “UFC 125: Resolution.” And as a gift to its fans, UFC 125 audience can take part in the festivities.
UFC officials announced yesterday that fans are invited to both UFC 125 pre-event press conference and open workout session, in anticipation of the first major MMA event of 2011. The events are all free of charge, and will take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The venue will also host the UFC 125 fight card on January 1, and will air live on pay-per-view.Read the rest of the article »
"I am excited for our fans because I’ve been looking for ways to broadcast UFC prelims free and to as many homes as possible. Ion is the largest broadcast television station group in the U.S., and this deal will put the UFC prelims in almost 100 million homes." -- UFC president Dana White
Ion Television and Ultimate Fighting Championship finally hits the deal. The former is now the latter’s newest broadcast partner. UFC brass announced today that a trio of UFC 125 fights will be airing live on the network on Jan. 1 at 8:55 p.m. ET/5:55 p.m. PT.Read the rest of the article »
UFC 125: Resolution features an incredible cast of UFC performers. But before anything else, Fighting Insider pondered on who's arm will be raised on the upcoming UFC 125: Resolution.
Christmas is all over, and year 2010 will end in just a couple of days. Here at Fighting Insider, we know that fans are planning to welcome 2011 with a bang. Audience and viewers will definitely feel the explosion at MGM Grand Garden Arena, as Frankie Edgar brings his Lightweight championship belt on the line. That being said, Fighting Insider will be giving its fearless forecast on the UFC 125 main card.
Clay Guida vs Takanori Gomi
Though Takanori Gomi swings hammers whenever he throws his punches, it is possible that Clay Guida is aware of it. Guida is well-rounded enough to bag a unanimous decision win from this event, depending on the mentality that he’ll bring. But if he’ll strike for whatever reason, Gomi will definitely land something huge on him, and it might result to Technical Knock Out or Knock Out.
Nate Diaz vs Dong Hyun Kim
This fight will focus on how Nate Diaz evolved during his stay under the UFC banner. And despite being a dark horse for the title shot, he will probably land a TKO on round two or three against Don Hyun Kim.
Brandon Vera vs Thiago Silva
It’s been a long and rocky road for Brandon Vera. This time, one more loss and he will have his three-fight losing streak. And it is a general notion that a three-fight losing streak makes a fighter expendable from UFC. Unfortunately, it seems like Thiago Silva is too much for Brandon Vera to take. Simply put, Thiago Silva will win by unanimous decision.
Chris Leben vs Brian Stann
Brian Stann is a step backwards compared to the talent that Chris Leben has been executing lately. However, Stann’s ambidextrous and powerful arms is something for Leben to worry about. That being said, a loss to Stann can be the worst thing that can happen to him, since Anderson Silva pound his face during his UFC debut. But despite all that pressure, The Crippler will probably land a KO in round one.
Frankie Edgar vs Gray Maynard
This is the most difficult match-up to predict! Frankie Edgar was able to beat BJ Penn twice. And fans know very well that BJ Penn is one tough fighter. On the other hand, Gray Maynard is an unbeaten contender. And taking both matters at hand into consideration, the UFC 125: Resolution is definitely going to be a war. Both fighters will go five rounds, and audience can expect big takedowns, slams and striking at an amazing pace. But if Maynard didn’t show up in a monster form, Edgar’s uncanny cardio can be his best ally and it might help him land a unanimous decision.
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Good news Fans! Your favorite UFC fighters will soon be within your reach as UFC announces the Free and Fun Autograph Signing for UFC 125: Resolution stars.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship adds up another fan-driven activity to the “UFC 125: Resolution” fight week schedule. An autograph session featuring three top contenders is the latest addition to the roster of events. Before the Friday’s official UFC 125 weigh-ins, Alan Belcher, Kurt Pellegrino and Jake Shields will sign autographs for fans free of charge.
This fan-fun activity is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT local time) at the concourse of the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Belcher, Pellegrino and Shields will sign autographs until 1 p.m. PT local time.Read the rest of the article »
"Winning, getting closer to the title, winning the title, defending the title and becoming eventually known as a great in the sport is what motivates me." ---Gray Maynard
After Frankie Edgar, UFC Lightweight Challenger, Gray Maynard, pours out his insights for the upcoming UFC 125: Resolution on New Year’s day. In his blog, Maynard points out that he respects Frankie Edgar. Basically, the notable contender shares that he is not bitter about the fact that Edgar is the champ and not him. More over, he stressed out that he is not the trash-talking type of fighter. He is there to train and get better. He will step inside the Octagon to win and be known as one of the great fighters in the history of Mixed Martial Arts.
In just a couple of days, it's goodbye 2010 and hello 2011! But here at Fighting Insider, we will also welcome the New Year with a bang, as Frankie Edgar defends his lightweight title against Gray Maynard.
Here at Fighting Insider, the people are busy wrapping their gifts for the holiday season. But more than, we are also excited for the upcoming rematch of Frankie Edgar and Gray Maynard on New Year’s day. But before you place your bets* on your favorite fighters, check out the UFC 125: Resolution details after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
UFC's countdown preview for a coming fight returns before the year ends. This time it will be the countdown for UFC:125 Resolution. The countdown special will air on Spike TV on Dec. 29.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship’s traditional event preview returns on Dec. 29 with the debut of “Countdown to UFC 125.”
UFC 125 will take place on Jan. 1 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas with a Frankie Edgar vs. Gray Maynard lightweight title fight and Chris Leben vs. Brian Stann, co-headliner. The preview show debuts at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT on Spike TV.
Replays are set for Dec. 31 (9 a.m. ET/PT) and Jan. 1 (6 p.m. ET/PT) on Spike TV and Dec. 30 (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and midnight ET/9 p.m. PT) on Versus.Read the rest of the article »
"I'm here to make a statement. Be the best lightweight fighter in the world." ---Clay Guida
The nickname “The Fisherman” did not sound right for Clay Guida and so he settled for a moniker which started out as a joke, “The Carpenter.” He now embraced the name and will put the said name on the pedestal as he come face to face with Takanori Gomi on UFC 125.
Watch the video and hear what Guida is aiming for on this fight.View Article Source »
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