UFC 104 Results

Machida Wins Controversial Decision

ufc-104-MachidaVsRuaEven Lyoto Machida thought he may have lost his Light Heavyweight title to Mauricio Shogun Rua at UFC 104 on Saturday night in the Mandalay Bay events center in Las Angeles.  Machida hung his head as if he were anticipating defeat when the official results were announced, and the unanimous decision was awarded to the Dragon. The crowd booed the decision and immediately following the announcement, UFC President Dana White said that he thought that Shogun should have won the decision, and that Shogun had won the 1st, 4th, and 5th rounds to give him the win. Everyone was a little surprised to hear the results but none the less, Lyoto successfully defended his UFC Light Heavyweight title against Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua.

UFC 104 Preview

UFC 104: Shogun Eyes Machida's Belt

The undefeated Lyoto Machida will put his UFC Light-Heavyweight Championship Belt on the line when he faces Mauricio Rua at UFC 104 on Saturday, October 24, 2009 at the Staples Center in Las Angeles. Challenger Mauricio Shogun Rua looks to upset the undefeated Machida and claim his Light Heavyweight title in the main event fight of the night. This marks Lyoto's first title defense since he made quick work of Rashad Evans at UFC 98, and his challenger, Shogun Rua, is coming off two electrifying knock out victories over Chuck Liddell and Mark Coleman. The main event should be an entertaining fight with great knock out potential.

Max Fights DM – Ballroom Brawl III

Ted Worthington - Ballroom Brawl 2Max Fights DM Ballroom Brawl III is coming up! The night's events will include Ted Worthington (in the photo to your right) vs. WEC and Tapout Fighter Rob Roy for the Lightweight Title. Plus, the first female MMA bout in three years will take place. Scroll down to find out even more about MaxFightsDM's Ballroom Brawl III!

MaxFightsDM - Ballroom Brawl III

On Friday, November 13, Max Fights DM will host Ballroom Brawl III at the Val Air Ballroom in Des Moines, IA. The night's fight card will feature local, national, and international talent - including TV personalities, one of women's most popular fighters, and a main event determining the winner of the MaxFightsDM Lightweight Belt.

Full Tilt Poker Sponsorship

Did UFC Ban The Full Tilt Poker Sponsor?

NEWS UPDATE!

10/28/09 - The reason for the ban on the Full Tilt Sponsorship has been revealed by our sources. Those of you who thought that Full Tilt lost its sponsorship of the UFC due to money reasons or Absolute Poker taking over as the sponsor are all misinformed. The reason that the UFC dropped the Fult Tilt sponsor is because the UFC launched its own poker room to compete with Full Tilt and Absolute Poker. The poker room is called UFC Poker and is in the early stages of development. As of right now the UFC poker room is only played for prizes, UFC gear, tickets, and many other prizes. The UFC poker is not yet a play for money poker room but could be in the near future. Zuffa and UFC President Dana White are making an attempt to enter the poker playing market with this new poker room and feel they can eventually compete with Full Tilt poker, Absolute Poker and the other online poker rooms available today. Try UFC Poker Now!