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A peek at UFC’s three January 2014 fight cards

By Zach Arnold | December 17, 2013

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According to Joe Rogan, 30% of MMA fights booked end up canceled. Oh well.

Event: UFC Fight Night in Singapore (Saturday, January 4th at Marina Bay Sands)

Event: UFC Fight Night (Wednesday, January 15th in Duluth, Georgia at Gwinnett Arena)
TV: Fox Sports 1

Event: UFC on Fox 10 (Saturday, January 25th in Chicago at the United Center)
TV: Fox Sports 1/Fox broadcast affiliates

Topics: MMA, Media, UFC, Zach Arnold | 7 Comments » | Permalink | Trackback |

7 Responses to “A peek at UFC’s three January 2014 fight cards”

  1. 45 Huddle says:

    UFC Digital Network 1 – Garbage

    UFC Fight Night – Decent FN. A few fights I am interested in.

    UFC on FOX – Good for a fight night. Bad for a FOX show. No excuse to have 4 big shows only a year on FOX and for this to be the card.

  2. Zach Arnold says:

    Carlos Condit vs. Tyron Woodley apparently has been booked.

    • 45 Huddle says:

      Great fight. I had Woodley beating Shields, and he dominated Koscheck after that. Should be a great fight. Needs to be 5 rounds, but won’t be.

  3. klown says:

    I think it’s a good choice – good fight in itself, but also makes sense. Beating Koscheck, after losing a close split decision to Shields, justifies giving Woodley a top opponent like Condit. I’m also excited to see the winner of this fight challenge for the title against the winner of Hendricks-Lawler.

    There are around 10 interesting welterweights right now, which makes it one of the best weight classes, even with GSP stepping away.

  4. klown says:

    Bigfoot got busted for elevated testosterone levels, despite having a TRT pass. What a sad follow-up to the fight. I hope they give the $50 K he forfeited to Hunt, whose life he probably shortened while juicing.

    • 45 Huddle says:

      The 50k is going to Hunt.

      And this is the SECOND time Silva has pissed hot. Like Barnett, he has no business fighting anymore…

  5. david m says:

    I am not sure how good Woodley is. He looks like he has all the talent in the world, but then I remember his fight against Marquardt..


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