UFC 159 "Prelims" predictions, preview of first three (of seven) under card fights on Facebook/FX: Leonard Garcia vs Cody McKenzie, Kurt Holobaugh vs Steven Siler and Nick Catone vs James Head at Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., on April 27, 2013.
The MMA community is a curious bunch, and every time an event comes around fans begin to talk. There are several storylines going into UFC on FOX 7 this Saturday (April 20, 2013), but here are four burning questions to consider before fight night.
UFC on FOX 7 "Prelims" predictions, preview of top four (of eight) under card fights on Facebook/FX: Elkins vs Mendes, Benavidez vs Uyenoyama, Carmont vs Larkin and Jury vs Nijem at HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif., on April 20, 2013.
From the UFC debut of Conor McGregor to the absence of Alexander Gustafsson to the sensational bout between Michelle Watterson and Jessica Penne, there was much to love and hate about this past weekend's UFC on FUEL TV 9 and Invicta 5.
Everyone enjoys good facts. Even more so, everyone enjoys 24 good facts. With UFC on FUEL TV 9 the rear-view mirror, Mike Bohn checks in with post-event facts about the "Mousasi vs. Latifi" event that took place April 6, 2013, in Stockholm, Sweden.
Fantasy mixed martial arts (MMA) matchmaker, UFC on FUEL TV 9 edition, featuring main card winners Mousasi, Pearson, Mitrione, Pickett, Brandao and Corassani. Who should each fight next? Slip on a pair of Joe Silva's shoes.
MMAmania's Brian Hemminger takes a look back at yesterday's UFC on Fuel TV 9 main card bout between featherweights Diego Brandao and Pablo Garza. What helped Brandao score his most dominant win to date? Find out inside.
UFC on FUEL TV 9 in Sweden was a high-paced night of action. Brad Pickett was the biggest winner with his decision victory over Mike Easton, while Ryan Couture was the biggest loser of the night for his loss to Ross Pearson. Find out why inside!
Did Gegard Mousasi win last night in UFC on FUEL TV 9 main event against Ilir Latifi at Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm, Sweden? He did, but it was a calculated and careful performance against an undersized, overmatched replacement.
TUF 14 champ Diego Brandao looked to establish himself as the next big thing at 145-pounds at the expense of featherweight veteran Pablo Garza. Find out what happened in their UFC on FUEL TV 9 scrap from Sweden right here.