Each week, we present a review of an Ultimate Fighting Championship show in chronological order, assembling a sort of historical record of mixed martial arts in America. This week: UFC 10. The Ultimate Fighting Championship 10: The Tournament!
Over the past fifteen years, Scott Keith made a career out of writing about the wacky world of professional wrestling. He’s now turning his sights toward mixed martial arts and will be providing Heavy.com with exclusive reviews of past and present UFC shows.
In this particularly gruesome Halloween feature, Heavy.com is here to break review the absolute bloodiest and most vicious beatdowns in the history of mixed martial arts. Beatings that leave you shell shocked, in complete fear for the safety of the befallen.
For Dave “Pee Wee” Herman, training used to consist of hopping off the couch, walking over to the weight bench in his living room, pumping a little iron, then going back to “Goodfellas” on AMC for the tenth time in a month.
Don Frye has been a fighter his whole life. Long before he was making a living bashing skulls in the cage, Frye was still fighting, whether it be fighting fires or fighting morons on the street.