The Embedded Vlog series are uploaded, thanks to Thorne, and the anticipation is building. Two titles are on the line and the card is stacked, as if there wasn’t enough to look forward to the UFC embedded vlog is released and you can catch all three videos below. Be sure to tune in via ESPN + on Saturday September 26, 2020.
UFC Vegas 11, press conference took place Thursday, September 17th 2020, however, the main event fighters took the stage on a solo basis and remained pretty political. While Woodley refused to answer any questions in depth, instead responding only with the Black Lives Matter mantra, Covington donned a Keep America Great hat and discussed admiration for the current administration. It was quite an odd press conference to say the least.
Tune in to ESPN + to see these two go head to head this Saturday, September 19, 2020, from the UFC Apex Center in Las Vegas, prelims begin at 4:00pm CDT.
UFC Vegas 11, press conference took place Thursday, September 17th 2020, however, the main event fighters took the stage on a solo basis and that video is posted as UFC Vegas 11: Press Conference; Covington and Woodley. Check the link for an interesting, albeit a pretty political interview. Watch this card on ESPN + this Saturday, September 19th, 2020 with prelims airing at 4:00pm CDT and the main card starting at 7:00pm CDT.
UFC Vegas 11, Covington vs Woodley is set and the fighters are weighed in for this Saturday September 19th, 2020 live from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. Prelims start at 4:00pm CDT and the main cards begin at 7:00pm CDT. You can catch all the action live on ESPN +.
Scheduled to air live, on September 17th, is the pre-fight press conference for the highly anticipated Colby Covington vs Tyron Woodley match set to take place on Saturday September 19th.
One of the fastest rising stars in MMA gives her thoughts on former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir’s armbars.
Season 18 of the Ultimate Fighter is already getting its ducks in a row with the announcement of the new coaches. For Season 18 Ronda Rousey will coach opposite the winner of Miesha Tate and Cat Zingano, scheduled to take place April 13th.
Not only will this be the first ever Ultimate Fighter with female coaches but this year is also a first in TUF history with female competitors in the 135lb divisions. Dana White also declared there would be males competing in the 135lb division as well. Will the UFC use the same house it always has for both genders? Open tryouts for the show begin April 15.
Rousey and Tate faced each other earlier last year when Rousey submitted Tate via (you guessed it) first round armbar to win the Strikeforce championship for Rousey.
Now that the excitement has come and gone catch all of the fighters responses in the post fight press conference. Get answers to whether or not Johny Hendricks broke his hand, why the referee stopped the Elkins/Carvalho fight so early, where the GSP Diaz feud goes from here, and who is next in line for the welterweight champion. Spoiler, Diaz shows up and tells GSP that he still thinks he can beat the champion. Check out where the bad blood lies in this post fight press conference.
Watch the weigh-ins video posted below and get ready for the throw down tomorrow, Saturday March 16, 2013 at 7pm/10pm PT/ET Live on Pay-Per View from Montréal, Québec at the Bell Centre. GSP will defend his welterweight belt against the always entertaining Nick Diaz. If the weigh-in face off is any indicator of the type of fight these two will have then this should quite a night for mma fans. Catch all the carnage with the entire fight card post below.
Main Card Live on Pay-per View @ 10PM/7PM ET/PT
Georges ‘Rush’ St-Pierre (23-2-0) vs Nick Diaz (27-8–1)
Carlos ‘Natural Born Killer’ Condit (28-6-0) vs Johny ‘Bigg Rigg’ Hendricks (14-1-0)
Jake ‘The Juggernaut’ Ellenberger (28-6-0) vs Nate ‘The Great’ Marquardt (35-11-2)
Nick ‘The Promise’ Ring (13-1-0) vs Chris Camozzi (18-5-0)
Mike ‘The Martian’ Ricci (8-3-0) vs Colin ‘The Freakshow’ Fletcher (9-2-0)
Prelims (Live on FX at 8PM/5PM ET/PT)
Patrick ‘The Predator’ Cote (19-8-0) vs Bobby ‘Vicious’ Voelker (24-8-0)
Antonio ‘Pato’ Carvalho (15-5-0) vs Darren ‘The Damage’ Elkins (16-2-0)
Dan Miller (14-6-0, 1NC) vs Jordan ‘Young Gun’ Mein (26-8-0)
John ‘The Bull’ Makdessi (10-2-0) vs Daron ‘Detroit Superstar’ Cruickshank (12-2-0)
Prelims (Live on Facebook)
Rick ‘The Horror’ Story (14-6-0) vs Quinn Mulhern (18-2-0)
TJ Dillashaw (7-1-0) vs Issei Tamura (7-3-0)
Yves ‘Tiger’ Jabouin (18-8-0) vs Johnny Eduardo (26-9-0)
George Roop (12-10-1) vs Reuben Duran (8-4-1)
This link will bring you to the UFC page where you can order the events.