Silva/Sonnen, Ortiz/Griffin III, Cung Le/Patrick Cote etc. All the big boys step to the Octagon beginning for the UFC 148 main card at 7PM PST. If you can’t catch the fights on PPV on in person, you can catch the results here, as they happen.
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Tonight before the mega-stars hit the UFC Octagon, the preliminary fighters will make their walk down and fight at UFC 148. With some big names on the undercard, you’ll want to watch on Facebook.com and FX. But if you can’t watch them, we’ve got you covered so check here for the results as they happen.
Let’s be honest, if you’re an MMA fan, tonight is like Christmas even circa you’re tenth birthday. It’s impossible to sit still, sleep at night and all you’re doing is counting the minutes until tomorrows UFC 148. Hey, there’s a lot going down tomorrow. Anderson Silva will finally get his hands on Chael Sonnen, and Chael will get the opportunity to prove he’s more than words. Not to mention Tito’s swan song and rubber match with Forrest Griffin.
If you’re a follower of Bellator, then you know Lloyd Woodard has been very successful in the promotion, coming from the state of Montana. This fall, there will be another Montanan taking care of business in the cage for Bellator as Tim Welch will step up and test the chins at 170 pounds. We spoke to him after he got the good news from Bellator.
Rich Franklin has always been considered an elite level mixed martial artist. The former UFC Middleweight Champion defeated Wanderlei Silva this past Saturday night and puts himself back on the map in the UFC’s crowded Middleweight division. Who should he face on his way up the ladder? Let’s take a look.
When you’re in the UFC, you’re at the top level of Mixed Martial Arts. However, with all the events taking place, and all the fighters under contract, a couple bad performances can be all it takes to lose that spot and be back on the circuit looking for fights in smaller organizations trying to earn your way back. Here’s who might be in danger if they lose this weekend inside the Octagon
Tito Ortiz is a lot of things. He’s brash, cocky, determined, a champion, an icon and now, going into UFC 148, a UFC Hall of Famer. From flipping Shamrock the bird, to Tito is in the house, to Dana is my Bitch, Tito has run the gamut of UFC emotions and realities during his 15 year tenure with the UFC. As that tenure comes to a close, let’s look back at the polarizing moments that made you love Tito Ortiz, and others love to hate him.
This article is the first in a series of articles that will attempt to predict tomorrow’s superstars by highlighting an up and coming fighter on a card. This time we’re looking at Erick “Indio” Silva. He’s facing Charlie Brenneman at UFC on FX 3. It’s a huge fight for the Brazilian who has all the necessary tools to be a star in the UFC.