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UFC 218: Holloway vs Edgar – Extended Preview

Featherweight champion Max Holloway is set to make his first title defense against UFC veteran and former title challenger Frankie Edgar at UFC 218. The co-main event at UFC 218 features a heavyweight bout that could set up Alistair Overeem or Francis Ngannou for a title shot. UFC 218 goes down December 2 live on Pay-Per-View.


Countdown to Fight Night Norfolk: Poirier vs Pettis


UFC Announces Early 2018 Schedule

The UFC announced the 2018 first quarter slate of events Saturday night during the UFC 217 event at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

The Octagon is set to travel to Boston, Massachusetts for the first Pay Per View event of 2018 on Jan 20 at TD Garden. Perth, Australia gets its first-ever UFC event with the second PPV of the year on Feb. 10. And the final Pay Per View announced will take place on March 3 in Las Vegas at T-Mobile Arena.

A pair of bog FOX events will go down in quarter one 2018. On Jan. 27 the UFC comes to Charlotte, North Carolina and the Spectrum Center and then on Feb. 24 the UFC returns to Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.

Three FS1 events were announced as well, including the year’s first event in St. Louis, Missouri on Jan. 14, Belem, Brazil on Feb. 3 and then Austin, Texas on Feb. 18.

The year’s first UFC FIGHT PASS card is set for the UFC’s return to London, England on March 3.


UFC 217: Post-fight Press Conference


UFC 217: Dana White Event Recap


UFC 217 – Official Results

Ricardo Ramos def. Aiemann Zahabi by knockout (spinning back elbow) at 1:58 of Round 3
Curtis Blaydes def. Aleksei Oleinik by TKO (doctor stoppage) at 1:56 of Round 2


Randy Brown def. Mickey Gall by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-27)
Ovince Saint Preux def. Corey Anderson by knockout (head kick) at 1:25 of Round 3

Mark Godbeer def. Walt Harris by disqualification (illegal kick) at 4:25 of Round 1
James Vick def. Joseph Duffy by TKO (punches) at 4:59 of Round 2


Paulo Costa def. Johny Hendricks by TKO (punches) at 1:23 of Round 2

Stephen Thompson def. Jorge Masvidal by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27)

Rose Namajunas def. Joanna Jedrzejczyk by knockout (punches) at 3:03 of Round 1, Namajunas becomes the new UFC Women’s Strawweight Champion

TJ Dillashaw def. Cody Garbrandt by knockout (punches) at 2:41 of Round 2, Dillashaw becomes the new UFC Bantamweight Champion

Georges St. Pierre def. Michael Bisping by submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:23 of Round 3, St. Pierre becomes the new UFC Middleweight Champion

Performance of the Night: Georges St-Pierre
Performance of the Night: T.J. Dillashaw
Performance of the Night: Rose Namajunas
Ovince Saint Preux and Ricardo Ramos each earned $25,000


Watch EA Sports UFC 3 official trailer reveal

EA SPORTS UFC 3 also introduces the new G.O.A.T. Career Mode where – for the first time – the choices made throughout your career impact your path to greatness. Outside of fights, players will make promotional choices to build hype, gain fans, earn more cash through big contracts and capture the world’s attention. A new in-game social media system allows players to create heated rivalries with other UFC athletes, providing the freedom to take on any type of persona, between cool-headed contender or infamous trash-talker.

Building on the fan-favorite Knockout Mode introduced in EA SPORTS UFC 2, EA SPORTS UFC 3 delivers a new suite of multiplayer modes designed for fast, fun fights that are perfect for letting fists fly when playing against friends. Those looking for a quick social experience can jump into Stand & Bang mode, Submission Showdown mode, or opt to customize their match with unlimited stamina or extra strike damage in Fight Now Custom. The all-new Tournament Mode offers ultimate bragging rights as players attempt to take on as many opponents as possible in bracket-style elimination rounds with continuous damage and fatigue.


ESPN Films Releasing 30 for 30 on UFC Titled ‘No Rules: The Birth of UFC’

In the early 1990s, salesman Art Davie and Brazilian jiu-jitsu master Rorion Gracie set out to answer a simple riddle: Who is the ultimate fighter? A wrestler? A boxer? A martial arts master? The answer, in the form of the first-ever ‘Ultimate Fighting Championship’ (UFC), was more violent and electrifying than anything else on TV. In the aftermath, a multi-billion-dollar sport was born, but Art and Rorion were left to watch others get all the credit. Featuring interviews with: Art Davie, co-creator of UFC; Rorion Gracie, co-creator of UFC; Royce Gracie, UFC Hall of Famer; Ken Shamrock, UFC Hall of Famer


UFC 217 weigh-in results, video for ‘Bisping vs St-Pierre’ in New York City

Complete UFC 217 early weigh-in results below:

UFC 217 PPV Main Event:

185 lbs.: UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping (184.6) vs. Georges St-Pierre (184.4)

UFC 217 PPV Co-Main Event:

135 lbs.: UFC Bantamweight Champion Cody Garbrandt (135) vs. T.J. Dillashaw (134.8)

UFC 217 PPV Main Card:

115 lbs.: UFC Strawweight Champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk (115) vs. Rose Namajunas (114)
170 lbs.: Stephen Thompson (170.4) vs Jorge Masvidal (171)
185 lbs.: Paulo Borrachinha (185.8) vs. Johny Hendricks (185.8)

UFC 217 Prelims on FOX Sports 1:

155 lbs.: James Vick (155.2) vs. Joe Duffy (155.4)
265 lbs.: Walt Harris (251.8) vs. Mark Godbeer (244)
205 lbs.: Corey Anderson (205.4) vs. Ovince Saint Preux (205)
170 lbs.: Mickey Gall (169.8) vs. Randy Brown (170.8)

UFC 217 Prelims on UFC Fight Pass:

205 lbs.: Michal Oleksiejczuk (205.2) vs. Ion Cutelaba (205.6) ****
Ion Cutelaba Removed From UFC 217 Following Potential USADA Violation
265 lbs.: Curtis Blaydes (258.8) vs. Aleksei Oleinik (246.2)
135 lbs.: Ricardo Ramos (135.4) vs. Aiemann Zahabi (135.2)

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