Those of you that are already having some TUF Live withdraw can get their Friday night fix with tonight’s UFC on FX: Johnson vs. McCall. Live from South Florida by way of the Harley-Davidson Hometown Throwdown, the UFC lands in the BankAtlantic Center with 12 bouts across Facebook, FUEL TV and concluding on FX.
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If the stars align and or people can add, Tomorrows UFC on FX: Johnson vs. McCall will finally set up the promotions first ever flyweight championship fight. The two fighters that ushered the flyweights into the UFC will now be the first 125 pound fighters to headline a UFC card as Demetrious Johnson and Ian McCall look to earn a title shot against Joseph Benavidez.
One of the best fights with the oddest conclusion will get its do-over as the main event of UFC on FX: Johnson vs. McCall, as “Uncle Creepy” Ian McCall takes on Demetrios “Mighty Mouse” Johnson. With a bungle on the score cards, this fight was denied its 4th and final “Sudden Victory” round, so we’ll be getting a full replay of two elite Flyweights in action.
UFC on FX: Alves vs Kampmann takes place from the Allphones Arena in Sydney, Australlia and features 4 bouts on the Main Card. Headlining the even will be Thiago Alves and Martin Kampmann. Both fighters are coming off big wins and will look to continue thier streak and get another step closer to a shot […]
You’ve got to love free MMA cards, right? How about a free card that features two flyweight bouts that will eventually crown the first-ever UFC flyweight champion? UFC on FX: Alves vs. Kampmann might be headlined by a top welterweight showdown between Thiago Alves and Martin Kampmann but it’s the 125 pounders that will be the showcase.
One of the best free cards we’re likely to see this year, the UFC hits Australia again to kick off their Flyweight tournament and highlight some Aussie talent. Between this card and Strikeforce, we have some major betting fodder to work with here, so let me help you find the money with my comparison betting odds, valid props, and my general confidence level in my picks for each bout.
Once again MMA proved that you never know and that anything can happen when you step into the cage. Take tonight’s UFC 140 in Toronto, Canada for example, six of the 12 fights ended in the opening round while another three didn’t make it out of the second round. The exciting night might be in the books but the results from tonight will be talked about for a long time across the internet.
The fighters for tomorrows UFC 140 all stepped on the scales today in Toronto, Canada in front of a packed house along with everyone watching over the internet. Out of the 24 fighters, only lightweight Dennis Hallman missed weight and coming off his speedo incident at UFC 133 the veteran’s on very thin ice.