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The MMA Pulse Podcast Episode #7: The Aftermath of UFC 132


Following a very impressive weekend of MMA action, episode 7 breaks down the amazing UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber card and cover some news in the world of MMA.

UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber Wrap up


While the main event might have made your head explode if you were a judge, it was just what us fans needed to cap off the marathon of Zuffa cards.  What to make of all these knockouts and upsets though?  Let’s take a close look at what transpired and where these guys are headed in the UFC 132 Wrap-up.

UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber Results and Bonuses


The fireworks started a day early in Las Vegas with UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber as the MGM Grand Garden Arena was rocking. The 11 fights either ended impressively in the first round or it went the distance in exciting fashion, except the Aaron Simpson vs. Brad Tavares fight.

UFC 132 Cruz vs. Faber 2 Winners and Why!


The long trail of events has reached its end as Saturdays UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber will conclude the six consecutive weekends with a ZUFFA owned event. Having traveled to Vancouver, Dallas and Pittsburgh, they return to where they started on May 28th in Las Vegas.

The Betting Corner: UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber


Anyone sick of fights every weekend yet?  I didn’t think so.  While this fight card might not be the best of the bunch for entertainment value, it brings a huge variety of wagering options and should be the easiest to turn a buck on in the month of July.  Below are my comparison betting odds for this event, as well as any prop bets I feel will increase your profit margins on said fights.  So, bust out your calculator and get ready to arb your ass off at UFC 132.

UFC 132: Cruz vs Faber Main Card Breakdown


This Saturday, July 2nd, UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber comes to you live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV.  The original main event was scheduled to be BJ Penn vs. Jon Fitch II but both fighters had to pull out due to injuries sustained during training. Jason “Mayhem” Miller was also set to make his UFC return against Aaron Simpson but was removed from the card when he took a coaching role on TUF 14. As has become the norm, the first four fights will be shown for free on Facebook, and two additional fights will be shown on Spike TV immediately following. Let’s take a look at the five Main Card fights in this week’s Breakdown.