The latest edition of the UFC Undisputed video game franchise has been announced, and several (awesome) key features have been revealed.
Heavy.com brings you up to the minute action from Boston, MA for UFC 118 during the weigh-in event held at the arena.
When the owners of the Ultimate Fighting Championship purchased Japan’s premier Mixed Martial Arts organization, Pride Fighting Championships, in 2007, there was talk of continuing to promote fights under the Pride banner and matches pitting the best of…
Pride Fighting Championships was home to many of the best fighters in the world during the decade they dominated the MMA landscape.
When Renzo Gracie did it, he seemed like a legend from an earlier time, from the pages of myth, a man too committed to the warrior mentality to ever yield. Kazushi Sakuraba caught the most valiant of the Gracies in a kimura at PRIDE 10, yanked and yanked on it.
For the Zuffa brass, it’s a war that seems never ending. Years after the UFC dispatched its greatest rival, the Japanese PRIDE promotion, the company continues to wage a battle that reached an apex in 2005.
When PRIDE, Japan’s largest MMA player, collapsed a few years ago after an asset sale purchase by Zuffa (the parent company of UFC), K-1 was left standing as the only major fight promotion in Japan.