Boy, the UFC is putting on some real solid cards.
Honestly, there is probably not a single fight that the UFC is putting out there that I don't want to watch. Let's take a run down:
Tomorrow: We get to see arguably the biggest HW fight in MMA history(even though it is not getting the hype it deserves), the debut of Lesnar, a great battle between Horn and Marquardt, Tyson Griffin/Gleison Tibau which should be an exciting fight, Ricardo Almeida's return and a solid under card line up.
UFC 82: Arguably the biggest MW fight in MMA history, two huge HW fights with big implications (Arlovski/O'brien, Kongo/Herring), Okami vs Tanner, the return of Jon Fitch, Diego Sanchez and Josh Koscheck. And a stacked under card featuring fights like Sakara/Leben and Cummo/Fioravanti. Stacked card.
UFC 83: First event from Canada. St. Pierre vs. Serra 2. The return of Franklin, taking on Lutter. Michael Bisping's debut at 185, J-Mac/Doerkson and a very packed under card.
UFN: Quite honestly the most stacked UFN card in UFC history. Kenny Florian vs. Joe Lauzon, Karo Parisyan vs. Thiago Alves, Matt Hamill vs. Stephan Bonnar, Spencer Fisher vs. Marcus Aurelio, Din Thomas vs. Josh Neer, Clay Guida vs. Samy Schiavo, Houston Alexander vs. James Irvin, Tommy Speer vs. Anthony Johnson. Are you kidding me?
UFC 84: Perhaps the biggest LW fight in MMA history. Lyoto Machida vs. Tito Ortiz, Rashad Evans vs. Thiago Silva. Holy crap.
UFC 85: Shogun vs. Chuck? Nuff said.
Talk about some monster cards. It is great to see such stacked cards coming from the UFC.
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