It’s a rarity that an athlete goes out on top; typically the competitive spirit keeps them in the game one too many. Heading into his UFC on FX bout with Eric Schafer, Jorge Rivera made it known that this would be his last MMA fight. After 29 professional bouts, Rivera had decided to hang them up and put it all on the line for the fans in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Live from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee the UFC makes its debut on the FOX affiliate FX with UFC on FX: Guillard vs. Miller. The action kicks off with six preliminary bouts on another FOX affiliate Fuel TV, before the four main card fights airs on FX.
The UFC comes to Nashville, Tennessee this Friday for UFC on FX 1. The inaugural event on FX will feature four main card bouts headlined by a lightweight clash between Jim Miller and Melvin Guillard. The night’s undercard which features six bouts will also air on free TV on the other FOX affiliate, Fuel TV.
One of the many shows we’ll be treated to on FX kicks off with a fantastic card, both for fight quality and wager opportunity. Our main event features the return fight of both Melvin Guillard and Jim Miller, as they attempt to put their losses behind them and get back into the title mix. So, check out my comparison betting odds for this fight, my list of valid props, and my new confidence meter that tells you how much wiggle room my lines have.
The UFC announced three fights today for their January 20th inaugural UFC on FX event from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. The card will be headlined by a lightweight bout between Melvin Guillard and Jim Miller, with the undercard expected to air on Fuel TV.
The night started out a bit slow with five straight decisions but ended with a main card that saw three fights end in the opening frame. For a card that was cursed and was filled with late replacements, it held its own with many of the past pay-per-view cards.
UFC 133 takes place tomorrow night live from Philadelphia, PA and for many, it’s a chance to get into title contention or move further up the ladder to bigger fights, bigger paydays and more opportunity. However for a few fighters, this is a do or die situation. A win will allow them a fresh breath [...]
Cursed, injury plagued, weak are just some of the alternate names fans and media have coined for Saturdays UFC 133: Evans vs. Ortiz card. Cursed, maybe, injury plagued, hell yes, but weak is a bit much for a card that sports five former UFC/WEC champions.