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UFC 127 post-event analysis was in full swing this week. The bad blood between Michael Bisping and Jorge Rivera continued. Rivera talked to Heavy.com about the spitting incident on Feb. 27 at the Acer Arena in Sydney, Australia. Bisping’s camp fired back with a statement of their own telling their side of the story. Bisping will face punishment for the post-fight incident.
UFC on Versus 3 took place on March 5, at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Diego Sanchez and Martin Kampmann met in the main event. Click here to see the full results. See who took home the bonus awards.
“Strikeforce: Feijao vs. Henderson” took place at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday. Two titles were on the line and one champion retained while a new one was crowned. Check out the Strikeforce photos.
Nick Diaz vs. Paul Daley is set, find out when and where.
Spike TV revealed the cast of The Ultimate Fighter 13. See who made the show.
The Ultimate Fighter 14 tryouts begin soon and will feature bantamweight and featherweight fighters. Find out more information here.
The date and event is official for TUFC 13 coaches Brock Lesnar and Junior Dos Santos to clash.
Jason “Mayhem” Miller talks about his fighting future, among other things.
E. Spencer Kyte takes a look at scoring in MMA in his editorial, “Judging Criteria Needs Clarification, Critics Need Education Too.”
Kyte also looks back at the UFC 127 post-fight antics of Michael Bisping in his, “Punishing Bisping The Right Thing To Do” article.
Jeremy Botter suggests “Five Fights To Make After UFC 127,” as well as “Fight Fights To Make After UFC On Verus 3,“ and “Five Fights To Make After Strikeforce: Feijao vs. Henderson.”
HeavyMMA Podcast 31 featured a review of everything that happened at UFC 127.
UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre works pads with famed boxing trainer Freddie Roach.