On Saturday night, the Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Brazil with UFC 153. All six Main Card fights are available worldwide on Pay Per View, and will be held in HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro. Let's check out the fighters and odds for all of these matches, starting with the headline fight of the night, Silva vs. Bonnar.
The Ultimate Fighting Championships 152nd edition came off without a hitch Saturday night in Toronto's Air Canada Centre. No cancellations occurred as was the case with its predecessor UFC 151.
While not receiving major coverage in the media, the Ultimate Fighting Championship event number 151, originally scheduled for Saturday, September 1st, has been canceled. An unhappy Dana White, president of the UFC, made the announcement back on August 23rd.
Last night in San Jose, the UFC FUEL 4 program was hoped to boost the future of the UFC both in ratings and potential moving forward. Of most interest was probably the middleweight bout.
After Anderson Silva quickly disposed of Chael Sonnen in UFC 148, the search for a new challenger had begun. Enter Chris Weidman and Mark Munoz.
The long awaited and much anticipated rematch between Anderson Silva and Chael Sonnen is finally upon us. The place is the MGM Grand Garden Arena and the time is Saturday night at 10ET. It can be seen via pay per view on your local cable provider.