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Hall of Famer Randy Couture upsets heavyweight champion Tim Sylvia at UFC68
Hall of Famer Randy (The Natural) Couture came out of retirement with a bang Saturday night, defeating champion Tim (The Maine-iac) Sylvia via a well-earned unanimous decision to win the heavyweight title at UFC 68: The Uprising. LINK
Submitted Mar 4, 2007 8:59AM by zephead - 0 comments
 
Couture wins dramatic comeback match
Ultimate Fighting Championship legend Randy Couture made a dramatic return to the octagon Saturday night, winning a unanimous decision over heavyweight champion Tim Sylvia during UFC 68: The Uprising in Nationwide Arena. LINK
Submitted Mar 4, 2007 8:54AM by zephead - 0 comments
 
Eddie Bravo is jiu-jitsu rocker - and UFC unofficial judge at major fights
Jiu-jitsu instructor and black belt. Rock musician and producer. Unofficial judge on UFC telecasts. Eddie Bravo is living the life. LINK
Submitted Mar 4, 2007 8:29AM by zephead - 3 comments
 
Seeing is believing! Results and analysis for UFC 68: The Uprising
I was going to whip-up a clever little intro but after the fight I just saw I think it would be in everyone’s best interest if I just get over myself and dive right into the action: LINK
Submitted Mar 4, 2007 8:22AM by zephead - 0 comments
 
He Does It Again
Rage Against the Machine's Killing in the Name is one of the tunes playing before this match. Randy Couture receives a standing ovation as he enters the Octagon. LINK
Submitted Mar 4, 2007 8:15AM by zephead - 0 comments
 
AMAZING! Couture Shuts out Sylvia to Win Third UFC Heavyweight Title
After losing two out of three fights to UFC light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell and a tearful retirement in 2006, most believed that Randy Couture had run out of miracles. LINK
Submitted Mar 4, 2007 1:46AM by zephead - 3 comments
 
Mixing it up
Local martial artists combine several fighting styles to train for 'ultimate' competition LINK
Submitted Mar 4, 2007 12:25AM by JunCTion - 0 comments
 
The Breakdown: UFC 68 "The Uprising"
The Ultimate Fighting Championship steams into Columbus, Ohio this weekend with all the momentum of a runaway freight train. The night’s theme is redemption, as the card features comeback bouts for three former champions and a former top contender. LINK
Submitted Mar 3, 2007 4:42PM by zephead - 0 comments
 
Chris Lytle Eyeing Upset
“I’d say there’s nothing that I’d rather do than mess up the UFC’s plans for people right now…I’ve got to be honest with you,” said Chris Lytle on his upcoming UFC 68 bout with Matt Hughes. LINK
Submitted Mar 3, 2007 9:39AM by zephead - 5 comments
 
UFC'S Relationship With HBO Continues To Evolve
An article by the Associated Press has addressed the issue of the UFC's relationship with HBO Sports, and the Wrestling Observer recently reported on some of the points of contention between the two companies as well. LINK
Submitted Mar 3, 2007 9:34AM by zephead - 1 comment
 
UFC title fight is pumping ire
After turning off fans, 6-foot-8 heavyweight champion Sylvia has his reputation on the line in a title fight against the popular Couture. LINK
Submitted Mar 3, 2007 9:29AM by zephead - 1 comment
 
Couture says friendship with Sylvia is "messing with" the champ going into UFC 68
While Randy Couture's return to the UFC was as surprising as Britney Spears assaulting the paparazzi with an umbrella, "The Natural's" comeback destination was eye opening. LINK
Submitted Mar 3, 2007 9:26AM by zephead - 0 comments
 
Couture has seen it all: Veteran fighter would like to see UFC and Pride unite
Randy (The Natural) Couture has done it all in mixed martial arts – former two-time UFC light-heavyweight champion, two-time UFC heavyweight champion and UFC 13 tournament winner. LINK
Submitted Mar 3, 2007 9:21AM by zephead - 0 comments
 
Both Couture and Sylvia are confident
Randy Couture and Tim Sylvia both feel that their recent training has given them the edge for their UFC 68 matchup. VIDEO
Submitted Mar 2, 2007 5:37PM by JunCTion - 0 comments
 
Wombat's UFC Predictions
Lately, the UFC has been preying on their ‘Hall of Fame’ like a team of rabid telemarketers relentlessly calling a retirement home to sell over-priced appliances to confused and lonely senior citizens. Why? Because bringing a legend out of retirement sells a lot of tickets. LINK
Submitted Mar 2, 2007 5:33PM by JunCTion - 1 comment
 
Analysis: Boxing vs. Mixed Martial Arts
IOWA CITY, Ia. -- The latest buzz around boxing is the fear that Mixed Martial Arts and in its various evolutions will replace boxing as the number combat sport. LINK
Submitted Mar 2, 2007 5:30PM by JunCTion - 1 comment
 
To the MAXson: Silva’s late night meant defeat
This past Saturday, the Mixed Martial Arts community witnessed the fall of a legend. Wanderlei Silva, PRIDE Fighting Championships Middleweight champion and 2003 Grand Prix Tournament winner, finally lost his title as Middleweight champion to Dan Henderson after holding onto the belt for five years. LINK
Submitted Mar 2, 2007 4:19PM by zephead - 2 comments
 
Mixed martial arts notebook: Questions to be answered for Sylvia, Couture
"Nobody roots for Goliath" -- former NBA superstar and playboy Wilt Chamberlain Tim Sylvia is the Ultimate Fighting Championship's least popular champion. LINK
Submitted Mar 2, 2007 4:17PM by zephead - 0 comments
 
Mixed-martial arts making moves
If there's a mixed message out there about the sport of mixed-martial arts, it's that bludgeoning an opponent into the fetal position is OK because, before long, it'll be drawing bigger audiences than boxing or fake wrestling. LINK
Submitted Mar 2, 2007 4:14PM by zephead - 0 comments
 
UFC 68 Betting - Handicapping The Uprising
Ultimate fighting has earned the respect of sport's bettors around the world. When looking over a fight card, the bigger names immediately grab your attention. LINK
Submitted Mar 2, 2007 4:12PM by zephead - 1 comment
 
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