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Well this will be violent. I mean, I would be happy with this fight on any card, but now UFC 168 is shaping up to be a megacard of UFC 100 standards. Silva/Weidman II, Rousey vs. Tate II and now Barnett vs. Browne? Yes please. May I have more?
Those are the only announced fights for the December 28th show that will be held in the MGM Arena, and it’s already worth the price of admission.
Well done, UFC. Well done.
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When we last heard from the camp of UFC heavyweight Stipe Miocic, they voiced a hope in fighting Travis Browne, but that possibility went as quickly as it came when Browne got matched with Josh Barnett for an event late in 2013. Surveying the current UFC landscape for an alternative option, Miocic has settled on Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira.
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UFC officials have recently confirmed that Josh Barnett (33-6, pictured) will square off against Travis Browne (15-1-1) in December, with the two top ten heavyweight contenders set to meet at UFC 168. Barnett made a succesful return to the UFC last month at UFC 164, where he defeated Frank Mir (16-8) via first round […]
On Tuesday afternoon, a critical heavyweight shootout between Josh Barnett (pictured) and Travis Browne was added to at UFC 168.
Las Vegas Review-Journal first reported the bout, which the UFC subsequently confirmed by re-tweeting the article.
Barnett snapped his 11-year Octagon hiatus in triumphant fashion by posting a TKO victory over Frank Mir last month at UFC 164. The former...
The UFC's year-end show keeps getting bigger and bigger.
The annual spectacular is usually one of the most stacked events of the year, and the Dec. 28 edition is off to a promising start. In addition to the previously announced, highly anticipated middleweight title rematch between Anderson Silva and Chris Weidman, and the women's bantamweight title bout between Ronda Rousey...