By Siri Karri To anyone who thought that the Rashad Evans vs. Tito Ortiz grudge match at UFC 133 was the last good fight card, you are mistaken. This Sunday, the dream matchup that I had been waiting for is happening flanked on all side by exciting fights. So get ready fight fans.
Posts Tagged ‘Versus’
By Sean Farrell This Sunday we are in for another awesome night of MMA action as UFC Live on Versus returns with UFC Live: Hardy vs. Lytle. Everyone has been excited for the next Versus event since Barry vs. Kongo ended in such shocking knockout fashion. Hardy vs. Lytle will be a barn burner, these [...]
By Sean Farrell UFC Live 4 on Versus was INCREDIBLE…I for one have been highly critical of the UFC’s recent lackluster fight cards and last night made up for all of them. It wasn’t even the fact that this card was held in my hometown of Pittsburgh, it was simply the fact that EVERY fight [...]
By Siri Karri Ironically, even though the past two pay-per view cards had bigger stars and stacked line-ups, I can safely say that UFC on Versus 4 was better than all of them . . . and it was free. We had a major upset, a couple good decisions, and two sledgehammer knockouts. The little [...]
By Ben Bieker Main Event: Diego “The Dream” Sanchez (23-4-0) def. Martin “The Hitman” Kampmann (17-5-0) by unanimous decision Another decision loss for Martin that he did not deserve. The judges fell into the ploy that Leonard Garcia uses to cheat so many decision wins. Flurries and wild strikes should not win rounds but somehow [...]
By Ben Bieker Main Event: Diego “The Nightmare” Sanchez (22-4-0) VS. Martin “The Hitman” Kampmann (17-4-0) Martin is a big welterweight as he was originally a middleweight. Diego I believe is still better suited for Lightweight than Welterweight. A lot of people fail to realize that Martin was the first to put Paulo Thiago in [...]
By Scott Heritage The second free UFC event to take place on the Versus channel instead of their more familiar home Spike TV saw the continuing rise of a prospect, a Japanese legend regain some of his mystique, and several other prospects possibly break through the prelim barrier.