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The Ultimate Fighter 16 — Shane Carwin vs Roy Nelson — Are you ready for the new season? Who do you think will win? Who is the better coach? The better fighter?

Roy Nelson and Dana White don’t seem to agree on anything and he’s not your typical fighter as far as his body and looks are concerned, but he can obviously bang with the best of them. And Shane Carwin is a badass, to put it mildly.

I’m rooting for “Big Country” in this one for several reasons but mostly because I have been watching him all the way back since when he was in the International Fight League (IFL). How about you?


We are still a little ways from UFC 200 but it will be here before we know it. The UFC events come and go so quickly that it can often be difficult to keep up with which one is happening.

If UFC 100 is anything to go by then it’s a sure bet that UFC 200 will be a huge event and extremely popular in the fighting world for both fans and the fighters themselves. I’m sure the fight card will be second to none and the fighter salaries will be the highest ever.

What is the UFC 200 Fight Card?
What are the UFC 200 Fighter Salaries?

I think it’s time we start the discussion so when it gets here we will be ready to rock! Leave a comment below for who you would like to see on the main fight card and how much you think the fighters will (or should) get paid…

Update: It looks like we finally have the UFC 200 Fight Card (subject to change) and here it is…

UFC 200 Fight Card

Do we know the fighter salaries yet? I haven’t been able to find them. If you know then please comment below.


The UFC fight night — fight for the troops 2 — is Saturday, January 22, 2011 at 9pm EST. You can watch it free on Spike TV. You can also watch it online and a few other ways.

There are some pretty good match-ups to watch. Here is the fight card for the event:

Evan Dunham vs Melvin Guillard
Matt Mitrione vs Tim Hague
Mark Hominick vs George Roop
Pat Barry vs Joey Beltran
Cole Miller vs Matt Wiman
Cody McKenzie vs Yves Edwards
Damarques Johnson vs Mike Guymon
Mike Brown vs Rani Yahya
Waylon Lowe vs Willamy Freire
Charlie Brenneman vs Amilcar Alves
Will Campuzano vs Chris Cariaso


Here are the fight results from UFC 124…

* Main Card:

– Georges St-Pierre defeated Josh Koscheck – unanimous decision
– Stefan Struve defeated Sean McCorkle – first round TKO
– Jim Miller defeated Charles Oliveira – submission
– Mac Danzig defeated Joe Stevenson – first round KO
– Thiago Alves defeated John Howard – unanimous decision

* Undercard:

– Dan Miller defeated Joe Doerksen – split decision
– Mark Bocek defeated Dustin Hazelett – submission
– Jesse Bongfeldt vs. Rafael Natal – draw
– Sean Pierson defeated Matthew Riddle – unanimous decision
– Ricardo Almeida defeated TJ Grant – unanimous decision
– John Makdessi defeated Pat Audinwood – unanimous decision

* Bonuses:

– Fight of the Night: Georges St-Pierre vs. Josh Koscheck
– Knockout of the Night: Mac Danzig
– Submission of the Night: Mark Bocek and Jim Miller


I planned to write this post as soon as the UFC Ultimate Fighter 12 finale was over but I fell asleep before I had the chance. Then I completely forgot about it yesterday. So I apologize for it being a couple days after the fact.

Anyway, in case you haven’t found them somewhere else already, here are the Ultimate Fighter 12 finale results…

* Nam Phan vs. Leonard Garcia

Garcia defeated Phan via Split Decision

* Johnny Hendricks vs. Rick Story

Story defeated Hendricks via unanimous decision

* Demian Maia vs. Kendall Grove

Maia defeated Grove via unanimous decision

* Stephan Bonnar vs. Igor Pokrajac

Bonnar defeated Pokrajac via unanimous decision

* Main Event:

Jonathan Brookins vs. Michael Johnson

Brookins defeated Johnson via unanimous decision to become the TUF 12 winner and the next “Ultimate Fighter” for the UFC.

I was rooting for Jonathan Brookins to win so the final results made me happy! How about you?