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UFC 127 is getting double treatment from UFC. It will not only just stream two of its prelims on Facebook, but fans will also see it on ION TV.
The biggest MMA organization, UFC, is expanding to several new outlets to deliver more fights to its loyal supporters.
UFC recently teamed up with Spike TV and Facebook to stream 12 UFC Prelims Live events. Two UFC 127 fights will stream on Facebook. These fights are the ones involving Anthony Perosh versus Tom Blackledge and Jason Reinhardt versus Tiequan Zhang. But the surprise doesn’t end there, when Spike TV didn’t get the opportunity to air prelim fights from UFC 125, UFC big boss, Dana White turned to broadcast network ION TV to air three bouts. Also, for UFC 127, Ion will again air three fights on their network.
ION will be airing three UFC 127 preliminary bouts leading up to the pay-per-view broadcast. The fights include: Light heavyweight James Te Huna will fight Alexander Gustafsson, “Ultimate Fighter Season 9″ winner Ross Pearson battles Spencer Fisher at lightweight, and Nick Ring locks horns with Riki Fukuda in a middleweight contest.
The UFC 127 Prelims on ION Television will begin at 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET. The preliminary bouts streaming on the UFC’s Facebook page will begin at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m.View Article Source »
Save the date! The official fighter weigh-ins takes place on February 26 in Australia.
This coming February 26, the official fighter weigh-ins for “UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch” event will take place; a day before the actual event/
The venue of the said weigh-ins is Sydney, Australia’s Acer Arena. The very same place that will host the pay-per-view event. Doors will be open for the general public at 1 p.m. AEST local time. The first fighter will step on the scale come 2 p.m. AEST. Due to time differences, the activities will stream live in the US on Feb. 25, at 10 p.m. ET.
Plus, members of the UFC Fight Club are invited to ask questions on the Q&A session with Kenny Florian. The Q&A portion begins at 2 p.m. AEST. Also, Ryan Bader and Josh Koscheck will sign some autographs come 10 a.m. AEST.Read the rest of the article »
The UFC 127 fight card is complete. Are you ready for some Penn-Fitch action this weekend?
The biggest and most prestigious MMA promotion will cross the seven seas for its come back to Australia. This Sunday, February 27, BJ Penn and Jon Fitch will face off on the much awaited UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch.
Winner on the said event will bedeclared the No. 1 contender for the welterweight title currently wrapped around Georges St-Pierre’s waist. The live event will take place this Sunday, and will air live on Saturday at 7 p.m. PT/10 p.m. ET.
UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch Full Fight Card:
Date: February 27, 2011
Venue: Acer Arena
Location: Sydney, Australia
Penn and Hughes have battled thrice in the past. In the past they were opponents, now they are training partners.
For B.J. Penn, Matt Hughes is the best training partner to prepare for his battle with Jon Fitch. Penn and Hughes battled thrice in the past. Their rivalry dated back 2004 when Penn was at the welterweight division and defeated Hughes at UFC 46.
Last November, Penn won again via K.O. against Hughes at UFC 123 ending their trilogy. However, when it comes to preparing for his upcoming UFC 127 fight, he depends on the man who used to be his greatest opponent.
“I was talking to Matt’s boxing trainer, Matt Pena, and we were talking back-and-forth. He was kind of talking to me about Fitch and what he likes Fitch to do. I guess he’s kind of studied Fitch over the years,” said Penn. “After a while I said, you know what, just give me Matt’s number. I think it would be a good idea to have Matt (Hughes) come down and train with me.”Read the rest of the article »
Even if you still have the hangover from Anderson Silva's recent fight, it's now time to go back inside the octagon. UFC 127 goes official with 12 fights. Get ready Land Down Under!
Ultimate Fighting Championship new born Brian Ebersole is now official for UFC 127. The organization will go back to Australia this time and their fight card is ready to rumble.
Ebersole will meet fellow welterweight Chris Lytle on the main fight card.
UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch will take place this February 27 at Acer Arena in Sydney, Australia. The fight will air live on PPV. Due to time differences, the event airs live in the U.S. on Feb. 26 in its normal Saturday-night timeslot. It will feature a welterweight battle between former champion B.J. Penn and Jon Fitch.Read the rest of the article »
Are you pro-Fitch or pro-Penn? Learn what B.J. Penn has to say about Jon Fitch and his upcoming UFC 127 fight.
B.J. Penn is back in his second welterweight start in a row. He will battle the no.2 welterweight fighter Jon Fitch headlining UFC 127. UFC 127 hits the octagon this February 27 in Australia.
During this promotional interview, Penn says no disrespect intended, but he wants to see how good an American Kickboxing Academy can be. Do you think Penn will win or will Fitch bag the crown? See the video after the break.Read the rest of the article »
To be a legend, you have to beat a legend.
The is a saying that in order “to be a legend, you have to beat a legend…” That quote inspired Jon Fitch so much and he intends to do the same to conquer his dreams.
Fitch will face B.J. Penn this February 27 at UFC 127 which will take place on Australia. Fitch ranked as no.2 fighter in the welterweight division. He knows well the legend behind his opponent, Penn, and he’s prepared to win. His victory over Penn will secure his standing in the division and hopefully gains the epic legacy in his sport. Video after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Kenny Florian will now host the UFC Fight Club Q&A portion before the "UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch" event takes place.
UFC’s lightweight title challenger Kenny Florian (14-5 MMA, 11-4 UFC) is destined to host a very special UFC Fight Club Q&A session prior to the weigh-ins of “UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch” event. The session will take place on Saturday, Feb. 26, at 12 p.m.
The UFC 127 weigh-ins follow the session, which will happen at Acer Arena in Sydney Olympic Park in Australia. The Q&A session will be open to the members only of UFC’s official fan club, UFC Fight Club. The gates will open at 11 a.m.
See the official card for UFC 127 after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
Jason Reinhardt vs Tiequan Zhang completed the UFC 127 Fight Card. UFC 127 is up on February 27, Sunday with 12 bouts on its line-up.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship organization apparently will slate 12 fights for its first quarter events. A fight between Jason Reinhardt (20-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC) and Tiequan Zhang (12-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC) has officially been added to next month’s UFC 127 event, making night’s lineup at an even dozen fights. They will be a part of the event’s untelevised preliminary card.
UFC 127 will take place on February 27, Sunday at Sydney’s Acer Arena in Australia, but with the time difference, its main card airs on pay-per-view on its normal Saturday-night time slot in the U.S.
Prior to this event, Reinhardt and Zhang were initially slated for a bout in September. Unfortunately for Reinhardt, he couldn’t get medical clearance because of vision problems, and Quan instead fought late replacement Pablo Garza.
It has been two years since Reinhardt stepped into the octagon. After being an undefeated fighter in his first 18 professional fights, one day he was slated to meet Joe Lauzon at UFC 78 and was one-and-done with the promotion after a quick submission loss.
After winning over Garza, making the Chinese fighter’s record turn into 12-0, he took Danny Downes at the end promo of WEC 53. Zhang then suffered a unanimous-decision loss, the first in his career.
UFC 127 fighters’ lineup after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Maciej Jewtuszko (8-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC) and Curt Warburton (6-2 MMA, 0-1 UFC) will soon hit the UFC Octagon. Both fighters are officially slated for UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch.
WEC import, Maciej Jewtuszko (8-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC), and British fighter, Curt Warburton (6-2 MMA, 0-1 UFC), will face-off soon.
Ultimate Fighting Championship executives officially announced today that the match-up will be a part of the preliminary card of “UFC 127: Penn vs. Fitch.” Featuring a welterweight headliner between B.J. Penn and Jon Fitch, UFC 127 takes place on Feb. 27 at Acer Arena in Sydney, Australia. The event airs live on pay-per-view.
Warbourton earned his UFC contract after a 6-1 outstanding record in U.K. He earned five stoppage wins, four of which are TKO victories and one came against UFC veteran Ross Pearson in England. Although, back in October at UFC 120, he suffered a unanimous-decision loss to Spencer Fisher.
After competing in Europe and posting a 7-0 record with seven stoppages, Jewtuszko signed with the WEC and made his debut last August at WEC 50. There, he scored a 95-second TKO upset of striker Anthony Njokuani, which earned him the “Knockout of the Night” bonus. He now heads to the UFC as part of the merger with the WEC.View Article Source »
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