For the first time in months, a Canadian UFC event is getting more publicity because of who’s on the card, rather than who isn’t. Following the debacle in Calgary and the drama surrounding Jon Jones’ last-minute move from Las Vegas to the UFC 152 card in Toronto, fans with UFC 154 tickets finally have an event worth shelling money out for from the get-go.
UFC superstar Georges St-Pierre returns to the ring at the Bell Centre on November 17th to defend his welterweight championship belt against interim champion Carlos Condit. St-Pierre has missed an entire year due to a knee injury and subsequent time spent in rehab. In contrast with the war of words that surrounded Jon Jones’ move to UFC 152 after UFC 151 was cancelled, there’s been little trash talk this time around as both fighters have opted for – at least publicly – words of respect. It’s almost a little boring, but Montreal fans will probably take a bona fide superstar on their ticket over juicy press.
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Days after UFC 149 in Calgary set new gate records, the preliminary fight card was announced today for the UFC 152 event at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on September 22nd, 2012. The main event will feature the first-ever flyweight championship bout between Joseph Benavidez and Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson. Accompanying that fight on the main event will be a middleweight match between Michael Bisping and Brian Stann.
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As expected, UFC 149 tickets are now officially sold out for the July 21 date in Calgary. The Saddledome is expected to host over 18,000 fans for the event, with many more expected during the two weeks’ of lead-up events preceding the fight itself. These events include autograph signings and interactive fan activities during the Calgary Stampede, a tailgate party during the July 19 Roughriders/Stampeders CFL game, and open workouts during fight week.
Calgary Herald: UFC 149 in Calgary sold out
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UFC 149 tickets went on presale Thursday and Friday this week (and were quickly snapped up), and it’s anticipated that the general release set for Saturday, May 5th will also sell out quickly. It’s one of the hottest tickets in Canada this summer, and oddsmakers have weighed in on the title match between defending champion Jose Aldo and challenger Erik Koch. The Brazilian is the heavy favorite to defend his featherweight title at -385 odds. However, Koch is an impressive 13-1 in his career, so it remains to be seen whether he can pull off the upset in Calgary.
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For one of the hottest events in Canada this year, UFC 149 Calgary sure knows how to make headlines even before the first ticket is officially sold. UFC 149 tickets don’t go on sale til late next week and the official lineup hasn’t been finalized yet, but the fight card for UFC 149 in Calgary got another shakeup this week when it was announced that current light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones would not face challenger Dan Henderson at UFC 149, despite UFC President Dana White penning the bout for Calgary a few weeks ago. In place of the Jones/Henderson bout will instead be the original headline fight between featherweight champ Jose Aldo and Erik Koch. Toronto Sun: Jones out, Aldo in UFC 149 main eventContinue reading →
In a little over a week, Montreal will host UFC: 124. Enjoying the hometown advantage, George St-Pierre will defend his title against American Josh Koscheck.
These two fierce competitors have met before. In 2007, St-Pierre took Koscheck by a winning unanimous decision. A very confident St-Pierre now holds a 20-2 record, and is the reigning welterweight champion.
From UFC’s official website, St-Pierre shares his ultimate fighting goals. “I want to be known as the greatest fighter in the sport of MMA of Continue reading →
Big announcements came from UFC officials earlier this week as they began promotion for the December 11th title fight between reigning champion Georges St-Pierre and Josh Koshcheck to be held at Bell Centre in Montreal.
Mixed martial arts has a huge following in Canada, and although UFC has been welcomed in Montreal, organizers are hoping to expand to new Canadian Continue reading →
It’s a great time to be a mixed martial arts fan in Canada, as the Ultimate Fighting Championship returns next month with a show in Montreal, and then to Vancouver with a show in June. Bell Centre is set to host UFC 113, the match-up between Lyoto ‘The Dragon’ Machida and Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua. After their controversial five round fight in October, this highly anticipated rematch will remove any doubt as to who is the best light heavyweight in the world.
Next is Vancouver, where this event has been a long time coming. Continue reading →