Here is a preview John and I put together for UFC Fight Night 8 along with a little commercial for everyone…
Rashad Evans vs. Sean Salmon
Heath Herring vs. Jake O’Brien
Hermes Franca vs. Spencer Fisher
Nate Marquardt vs. Dean Lister
Clay Guida vs. Din Thomas
Chad Reiner vs. Josh Burkman
Ed Herman vs. Chris Price
Ross Pointon vs. Rich Clementi
Be sure to tune in tomorrow night as we’ll be doing one of our patented ‘Live Blogs’ starting at 8 PM EST!
Here are the weigh-in results for UFC 66: Liddell vs. Ortiz II.
Chuck Liddell (205) vs. Tito Ortiz (205)
Forrest Griffin (205) vs. Keith Jardine (205)
Chris Leben (186) vs. Jason MacDonald (184)
Andrei Arlovski (236) vs. Marcio Cruz (236)
Michael Bisping (205) vs. Eric Schafer (205)
Thiago Alves (170) vs. Tony DeSouza (171)
Gabriel Gonzaga (244) vs. Carmelo Marrero (220)
Rory Singer (185) vs. Yushin Okami (284)
Anthony Perosh (236) vs. Christian Wellisch (235)
Here are the results from Tuesday’s weigh-in.
Diego Sanchez (169.5) vs Joe Riggs (170)
Jeff Joslin (169.5) vs Josh Koscheck (169.5)
Drew Fickett (171) vs Karo Parisyan (171)
Marcus Davis (171) vs Shonie Carter (171)
Victor Valimaki (204) vs David Heath (206)
Alan Belcher (186) vs Jorge Santiago (186)
Dave Menne (171) vs Luigi Fioravanti (171)
Keito Nakamura (169.5) vs Brock Larson (170.5)
Logan Clark (186) vs Steve Byrnes (185.5)
Roger Gracie of the famed Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Gracie family makes his mixed martial arts (MMA) debut against ex-WWE superstar Ron Waterman at BodogFight’s spectacular pay-per-view event at Vancouver’s PNE Agrodome on Saturday, December 2. This headline Superfight will stamp Vancouver as an elite MMA destination city alongside Tokyo and Las Vegas.
“Bringing Roger Gracie and his family’s tradition to Vancouver marks a new era in sports entertainment,” says Bodog.com Entertainment Founder Calvin Ayre, whose company recently announced plans for international expansion into the European and Asian markets. “MMA is one of the world’s fastest growing spectator sports and BodogFight is holding its promise to deliver fans incredible matchups.”
The night of November 30th is rapidly approaching and Fury FC 2 - Final Combat is finally taking shape, with more bouts being announced officially by GSE, the company that produces Fury FC, adding all the elements that are needed for an exciting fighting card.
With the finals of the 93 kg Grand Prix set to take place and gather a lot of attention at Tom Brasil, in Sao Paulo, where the show will take place, a lot of curiosity was surrounding the announcement of the single matches that would fill the card, and now some of them are revealed showing the potential for a truly action-packed night of fights.
NEW YORK - In what is shaping up to be a star-studded affair, knockout artist Duane “Bang” Ludwig will attempt to rebound from his recent defeat when he squares off with fellow Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) veteran, Tony “The Freak” Fryklund, during Strikeforce’s “Triple Threat” world championship mixed martial arts fight card that will be presented by BodogFIGHT at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California on Friday, December 8th.
BodogFight, the action-packed mixed martial arts (MMA) reality series, created by billionaire Bodog.com Entertainment Group Founder Calvin Ayre, brings you the BodogFight: Season 1 Finale. Live from The Agrodome in Vancouver, British Columbia, the PPV event will be available to an international audience Saturday, December 2, 2006. For ticket and PPV ordering information, go to http://www.bodogfight.com.
“The live event marks the finale of the remarkable first season of the BodogFight show and the beginning of BodogTV’s foray into the exciting world of mixed martial arts,” says Calvin Ayre, whose digital entertainment empire includes an international record label, Bodog Music, as well as a publishing division and television production house. “This event’s fight card pits two dominating nations head-to-head, as both USA and Russia vie for international bragging rights on the MMA world stage.”
Next November 30th, in the biggest city of South America, Sao Paulo, Brazil, four premier young talents will decided the first ever Fury FC Grand Prix Champion, in the up to 93 kg weight class, as Fury FC 2 - Final Combat will take place in the high-class house of spectacles Tom Brasil.
The show will count also with a set of single matches, however with the conclusion of the eight men grand prix coming up, the spotlights will be certainly on these four fighters from Brazil, who survived the first round of the tournament that took place this past September 27th, at Fury FC 1 - Warloards Unleshead, in a four bouts that showed dominance from the Brazilians.
Here is a preview of PRIDE 32: The Real Deal that John and I put together.
-Fedor Emelianenko vs. Mark Coleman
-Mauricio “Shogun” Rua vs. Kevin Randleman
-Josh Barnett vs. Pawel Nastula
-Dan Henderson vs. Vitor Belfort
-Kazuhiro Nakamura vs. Travis Galbraith
-Joey Villasenor vs. Robbie Lawler
-Phil Baroni vs. Yosuke Nishijima
-Sean O’Haire vs. Eric “Butterbean” Esch
Here is a preview of UFC 64: Unstoppable that John and I put together.
Main Card Bouts:
-Rich Franklin vs. Anderson Silva
-Sean Sherk vs. Kenny Florian
-Jon Fitch vs. Kuniyoshi Hironaka
-Spencer Fisher vs. Dan Lauzon
-Cheick Kongo vs. Carmelo Marrero
-Yushin Okami vs. Kalib Starnes
-Keith Jardine vs. Mike Nickels
-Clay Guida vs. Justin James
-Kurt Pellegrino vs. Cleuder “Junior” Assuncao
Also be sure to check in tonight as we’ll be going live at 10 PM EST for UFC 64!