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A total of ten fighters were suspended following UFC 137 this past Saturday in Las Vegas, Nevada. The suspensions were handed out by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
After a very impressive performance against Dennis Siver last night, Donald Cerrone stated in his post-fight interview that he just wants to fight and fight as often as possible.
The circumstances leading up to UFC 137 were crazy and at times bizarre. So why should we be surprised that the event ended with a crazy announcement. At the UFC 137 Post Fight Press Conference, Dana White announced that Carlos Condit will no longer get his title fight with George St. Pierre and that Condit has agreed to step aside.
The UFC has invaded the Mandalay Bay Event Center in Las Vegas, Nevada tonight for UFC 137.Headlining the card will be a lightweight showdown between “The Prodigy” BJ Penn and Nick Diaz.
Las Vegas, NV (USA) – Twenty four hours away from the highly anticipated welterweight showdown between former two-division UFC® champion BJ Penn and the unpredictable Nick Diaz, the main event stars came together at today’s weigh-in from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. To no one’s surprise, things quickly got explosive.
Today, UFC President Dana White along with the majority of the main card fighters from UFC 137 gathered at The New York New York Bridge on the Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada for the UFC 137 Pre-Fight Press Conference. The ever changing card is still as stacked as ever with the main event pitting BJ Penn against Nick Diaz. The co-main event is a heavyweight showdown between Matt Mitrione and Cheick Kongo.
How many times has the UFC had to change up this countdown show? They must have edited it down like crazy. First it was Georges St-Pierre vs. Nick Diaz, then it was Georges St-Pierre vs. Carlos Condit and now it's BJ Penn vs. Nick Diaz. None the less tonight is the premiere of The Countdown to UFC 137.
Yesterday MMASucka reported that Frank Mir predicts that Brock Lesnar will easily beat Alistair Overeem. It looks as if Overeem feels differently, he spoke with FightStar TV and stated that he believes he will finish Lesnar within the first round. The fight with Lesnar which is Overeem's debut in the Octagon will take place on December 30 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Frank Mir spoke with ESPN.com earlier this week and made his prediction for the upcoming Heavyweight clash between Brock Lesnar and Alistair Overeem. His prediction may surprise some; he not only believes his former foe Lesnar will beat Overeem, he believes he will beat him "pretty easily".
UFC announced today that they have partnered with Cinedigm Digital Cinema to bring UFC Pay-Per-Views in 3D to theaters beginning in 2012. The partnership will consist of 4 shows per year, beginning with the Feb. 4, 2012 fight card from Las Vegas, Nevada.