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UFC 133 Injury Bug Bites Again, Gets Nogueira


Earlier this week, Phil Davis injured his knee and was forced out of the main event at UFC 133 in Philadelphia, PA on August 8th.  Tito Ortiz stepped in and took that fight to save the main event.  Now, the co main event has been stricken as Antonio Rogerio Nogueira has been forced off the card with an undisclosed injury.

Phil Davis out of UFC 133 with Knee Injury


Phil Davis is out of UFC 133 with a knee injury, this according to MMA Fighting who broke the story.   At this point, it is unclear as to how this will affect Rashad Evans, but it won’t be easy to find a suitable replacement on some three weeks notice.  Tito Ortiz just fought and wasn’t injured, perhaps he’d like a shot to redeem himself against Evans.  Not to beat a dead horse, but this could also open the way for a fight between Champion Jon Jones and number one contender Rashad Evans at UFC 134.

Randy Couture Leaves the Sport: Naturally

Saturday night at UFC 129, in front of the largest audience he’s ever fought in front of, Randy Couture stepped into the cage to face Lyoto Machida.  This would be the last time we see Randy face off with someone inside the fabled Octagon.  He’d go out on his shield, as a warrior should.

The Janitor makes quick work of Brilz at UFC 129

Vladimir Matyushenko is a long time veteran of the sport, a 31 fight and 14 year veteran and one of the most respected fighters in mixed martial arts. The Janitor also proves he still has some tricks up his sleeve and left in the tank, finishing Jason Brilz in just twenty seconds of their UFC 129 affair.

UFC 129: St Pierre vs Shields Main card Breakdown

Coming up this Saturday, April 30, the UFC makes its return to Canada and its first venture into Ontario. UFC 129: St. Pierre vs. Shields comes to you live from the Rogers Center, formerly known as The SkyDome, in Toronto. This event will break MMA and UFC records and be the biggest event in the sport’s history. When tickets went on sale, a projected 42,000 seats were sold out in time; forcing officials to scramble together an additional 13,000 seats for a total of 55,000 sold out seats and estimated gate revenue of around $11 million. Secondly, this will be the first UFC event in history that every single fight will be shown between the UFC’s Facebook page, Spike TV and PPV. Let’s take a look at the Main Card, broadcast on PPV, and see how it breaks down.  

Watch all Twelve UFC 129 Fights Live!

For the first time, this Saturday night, you can watch all 12 UFC fights by tuning into Facebook online, Spike TV and then purchasing the PPV event.  It’s pretty excellent that the UFC is making all these fights available to the fans.  Here’s who you’ll see and where.