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After another great card delivered on FUEL TV, we all are left wondering what is next for the winners and losers? Only time will tell. Speculation is a vice everyone can acquire. The real discussion here is, what did we all learn from UFC on Fuel TV 9? ~ Conor McGregor is the real deal ~ MMA Fans, Irish fans, and fans of the Cage Warriors promotion, have all been anticipating
Gegard Mousasi continued his winning way inside the UFC octagon last night in the main event of UFC on Fuel TV 9. Mousasi’s arrival seemed long overdue to most MMA enthusiasts. Mousasi was originally slated to face UFC top contender Alexander Gustafsson; however, Gustafsson was forced out of the event due to an injury he received in training leading up to this bout. Instead, Mousasi faced one of Gustafsson’s training
UFC on FUEL TV 7: Barao vs. McDonald takes place February 16, 2013 5:00 PM EST in London, England at the Wembley Arena. The interim bantamweight champion Renan Barao (29-1 mma, 4-0 UFC) will put his new championship on the line against one of the youngest contender’s in Michael “MayDay” McDonald (15-1 mma, 4-0 UFC) in the main event. Both fighters are coming off the biggest win(s) of their careers. Barao
Get more pictures like this from SHERDOG.COM, William Musacchia UFC on Fuel TV 8 takes place March 3 (but airs live in the U.S. on March 2 due to the time difference) at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. The main event will pit knock out artist Wanderlei Silva vs. “The All American” Brian Stann. But as of late Monday night, the card just got more exciting. Yushin “Thunder” Okami (12-4 UFC) meets Hector