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The debut for season 13 of the “Ultimate Fighter” has been set on March 30, and marks the day the reality show returns to Spike TV. And with it comes UFC Fight Night event planned for March 26.
Ultimate Fighting Championship officially sets the UFC Fight Night for March 26 and the 13th season of The Ultimate Fighter on the 30th. March 26 will serve as the latest installment of the UFC Fight Night series on Spike TV. The event will coincide with other UFC bouts planned for that month, including UFC on Versus and a rumored Abu Dhabi action on the 19th. However, there hasn’t been any official announcement about UFC Fight Night’s venue. On March 30, Spike TV will debut the TUF 13 which is in casting process as of the moment. UFC President, Dana White, recently said that he’ll be contemplating on the TUF 13 coaches in the near future.
More news are coming up, we’ll keep you posted here on Fighting Insider.View Article Source »
Brenneman and Alves both have their own wins and losses. But this time, a plan for an unannounced fight will make up for their respective defeats especially since both fighters lost on their UFC promotional debuts.
Welterweights Charlie Brenneman (11-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC) and Amilcar Alves (11-2 MMA, 0-1 UFC) will face on an unannounced UFC event on January 22. The process now is being finalized including other line ups as well.This is a chance for both fighters to rebound on their respective UFC losses.
Brenneman signed with UFC earlier this year and scored a decision win over Jason High on his debut at UFC Fight Night 21. This victory had put extension to his 6 win streak which came from East coast fight circuit. But then, unfortunately, he suffered a TKO loss to Johny Hendricks last UFC 117 event in August.
He is now scheduled to meet Alves, who looks to it as a rebound after a loss to Mike Pierce after his debut at UFC 118. Prior to his UFC debut fight, he posted an 11-1 record in Brazil.View Article Source »
Just like the fans, we also have opinions on how each fighter show off his skills. And just like any MMA fight, we have the worst and the best moments captured.
Along with other fights, The UFC Fight Night 22 crowned the best and the worst moments. Here are highs and lows on the amazing battle:
He came as an underdog at TUF 9 winner Pearson, but left with one of the two Submission of the Night bonuses and a title to put a content smile on his face. He might be a little bit premature, but he stepped out to put away the chances of his opponent for Spike TV to see. He is worth it for a step up in competition after this.
After the humiliation on the complaint that he raised while on the game about “greasy legs” of Marquardt he’s nothing. He didn’t protect neither his so called reputation nor himself during the fight. Okay, let’s all assume that the cheats were true, why don’t you wait for the break. Marquardt let you pay for the debts.
See how the other fighters handled the fights.Read the rest of the article »
After a series of complains, Pelhares went home with no luck after being TKO-ed by Nate Marquardt on UFC Fight Night 22's main card.
UFC Fight Night 22’s main hard headliner Nate Marquardt knocked out Rousimar Palhares with huge punches on the ground – only to have Palhares compalin about the cheating of his opponent by greasing up his legs.
Palhares seemed to have Marquardt where he wanted him on the ground, sinking on his signature heel hooks. But the latter pulled his leg free and Palhares complained to the referee that Marquardt must have been greasing. Stupid for Palhares to complain during the fight, Marquardt made him pay for the humiliation. Giving a hard punch and then a bunch of more punches until the referee stopped the fight.Read the rest of the article »
Yesterday's Fight Night 22 earned victories and bonuses to be all the more happy about.
Brian Foster, Sole Miller, Charles Oliviera, Kyle Kingsbury and Jarred Hamman each earned a whooping $40,000 on fight-night bonus performance last Wednesday’s UFC Fight Night 22 event.
Foster earned the title “Knockout of the Night” while, Miller and Oliveira picked up “Submission of the Night” bonuses. Kingsbury and Hamman earned “Fight of the Night” honors.
The UFC Fight Night 22 took place at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas, and aired on Spike TV prior to the season debut of “The Ultimate Fighter 12.”
Foster got his award on the night’s preliminary card wherein his fight is the only one that didn’t got a decision. The HIT Squad fighter had dropped Forrest Petz with a straight fight and made his way to a 67-second TKO victory.
The Ultimate Fighter 12 Weigh-in results has been released.
The Weigh-In results from the Tuesday’s pre-fight event for the UFC Fight Night 22 is here. The event took place at the Frank Erwin Center Austin Texas.
Efrain Escudero was the only fighter who missed the cut. He weighed 159 pounds during the weigh-ins.
Here is the official Weigh-In results.
UFC Fight Night 22 is headlined by Nate Marquardt and Rousimar Palhares. The event will air live aat 8PM ET. The pilot season of TUF 12 will eventually follow at 10 PM ET.
Spike TV Bouts
Nate Marquardt (186) vs. Rousimar Palhares (186)
Efrain Escudero (159) vs. Charles Oliveira (154)
Jim Miller (155.5) vs. Gleison Tibau (154)
Ross Pearson (156) vs. Cole Miller (156)
Yves Edwards (155) vs. John Gunderson (156)
Jared Hamman (205) vs. Kyle Kingsbury (206)
Tomasz Drwal (185.5) vs. Dave Branch (186)
Rich Attonito (185) vs. Rafael Natal (186)
David Mitchell (170.5) vs. TJ Waldburger (171)
Forrest Petz (170) vs. Brian Foster (170.5)
After a series of rumors about UFC Fight Night 22 main card, the final bet is on John Gunderson and Yves Edwards.
UFC will return to the Lone Star Country with creativity on the match making department. The long rumored match between Yves Edwards (38-16-1 MMA, 6-4 UFC) and John Gunderson (23-7 MMA, 1-1 UFC) is finally official and up for preliminary card for the UFC Fight Night 22 and the complete with 10 bouts.
The main event features middleweight fighters Nate Marquardt and Rousimar Palhares. The event will take place on Sept. 15 at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas. Spike TV will have full access to the event prior to the debut episode of “The Ultimate Fighter 12.”
This serves as the come back fought for Edwards after a 4-year absence from the octagon. He had stints in odogFIGHT, EliteXC, Strikeforce and, most recently, Bellator Fighting Championships.his most recent win came from tournament-based Bellator promotion. Which he proved Luis Palomino that he deserves the best.Read the rest of the article »
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