Found November 12, 2011 on
Junior Dos Santos stopped Cain Velasquez just 1:04 into their UFC heavyweight title bout Saturday night, claiming Velasquez's belt and bringing a swift end to the mixed martial arts promotion's prime-time network debut.
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Now that “UFC on FOX: Velasquez vs. Dos Santos” is officially in the books, make sure to stream tonight’s post-fight press conference live right here on 5thRound.com starting at approximately 10PM ET/7PM PT.
In addition to UFC president Dana White (Pictured) and the card’s featured fighters, the other notable athletes that won’t require medical attention are also expected...
It was shocking for many to see Cain Velasquez go down so quickly. Many folks around the game were expecting a long title reign. It had to be injury that led to the quick loss, right? Velasquez was making no excuses after the fight.
"Just little nagging injuries here and there. I couldn't say it was anything worse than anything else I've had ," Velasquez said in...
Junior dos Santos won the UFC heavyweight belt with a quick knockout of Cain Velasquez on the UFC's network debut on Saturday night. If you had any doubt that referee John McCarthy made the right call in stopping the fight, this picture from Tracy Lee should erase it.
War between 2 always very concerned/constipated-looking guys tomorrow. Don't miss it!
For tomorrow's UFC on FOX card, I will be making the picks directly for the preliminaries (I'm fairly confident on these picks), and elaborating further on the Velasques/Dos Santos fight, which I find to be a much trickier one to predict. It's a big freaking night for the UFC...
The official weigh-ins for “UFC on FOX” takes place today at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California. Stream Friday’s weight contest live right here on 5thRound.com starting at 7PM ET/4PM PT.
For those of you that were desperately searching for something to do this afternoon, Friday’s festivities are free and open to the public.
Junior dos Santos...
The early TV ratings for the UFC's premier on Fox last night have been come in, and they aren't good. TV by the Numbers reports that the UFC on Fox drew 4.64 million viewers. Cops, the Fox show that led into the UFC's broadcast last night, drew 4.81 million viewers, Yes, the UFC - with all its hype, promotion and buildup - got outdrawn by Cops. Sigh.And it gets...