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  1. Stefan Struve: A monster in the making?

    Chad Dundas

    A funny thing happened to Stefan Struve on Saturday en route to his second-round TKO victory over Stipe Miocic at UFC on Fuel TV. After an uneasy first round where Struve ate a succession of overhand rights and hard body shots while looking poised...

    Blog | October 01, 2012
  2. Weidman busted Munoz, title hunt wide open

    Chad Dundas

    There was a considerable gnashing of analytical teeth leading up to Chris Weidman's midweek main event against Mark Munoz at UFC on Fuel TV. The general consensus among the experts was that this bout between two accomplished amateur wrestlers, kee...

    Blog | July 13, 2012
  3. Is UFC ready for Nick Diaz, world champ?

    Chad Dundas

    What a strange time it is to be a UFC executive. During these last couple of weeks your product aired on network television in front of a peak audience of 6 million viewers, you were besieged by Internet hackers and, this Saturday at UFC 143, the ...

    Blog | February 03, 2012
  4. In defeat, Bisping was still most impressive

    Chad Dundas

    Amid all of the fallout this week from the tepid results of the UFC's second live show on network television -- where many of the criticisms are warranted and many are not -- it's somehow fitting that the event's most impressive performance came from...

    Blog | January 30, 2012
  5. Sonnen wants Jones, JDS or GSP; not Silva

    Chad Dundas

    If the teaser trailers can be believed, Chael Sonnen's second recent appearance on a Canadian television show went better than his first, though this week's offering from MMA's best self promoter is still likely to fetch its fair share of headlines. ...

    Blog | December 24, 2011
  6. Can Melendez avoid 'choke' against Masvidal?

    Chad Dundas

    Gilbert Melendez knows what you're thinking. "This is where I'm supposed to choke, right?" the Strikeforce lightweight champ tells ESPN.com on Saturday while in Anaheim to attend the UFC's debut show on network television. "This is where I'm suppo...

    Blog | November 14, 2011
  7. Henderson, Guida put on TV-quality brawl

    Chad Dundas

    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Call it perhaps the best, least-watched fight ever. Unless you were one of the comparatively few fans who tuned in online, or among the 14,000 who came out in person on Saturday night for the UFC on Fox, you might've missed Ben ...

    Blog | November 13, 2011
  8. Leben versus Munoz gets lost in the shuffle

    Chad Dundas

    This weekend at UFC 138, Chris Leben and Mark Munoz have been handed an impossible task. Compete for headlines with the one-man riot that is Nick Diaz? Good luck with that. Share the spotlight with the UFC's debut on network television? Yeah, righ...

    Blog | November 02, 2011
  9. Can M-1 get Fedor-Monson on TV?

    Chad Dundas

    Would you like some Fedor Emelianenko to go with your Sunday brunch? While there is still no definite plan in place to air Emelianenko's Nov. 20 fight against Jeff Monson on TV in the United States, M-1 Global Director of Operations Evgeni Kogan ...

    Blog | September 28, 2011
  10. Bantams battle for respect as free TV looms

    Chad Dundas

    Anyone with lingering doubts about the pecking order among the UFC's weight classes needs only get a load of the following juxtaposition. On Saturday in Washington, D.C., Dominick Cruz is set to make the second defense of his bantamweight title a...

    Blog | September 27, 2011
  11. White says Brock will return, but should he?

    Chad Dundas

    Amid his obvious excitement on Friday over announcing Cain Velasquez versus Junior dos Santos for the UFC's debut on network television this fall, Dana White also stoked the fires regarding the return of Brock Lesnar, dismissing outright recent repor...

    Blog | September 03, 2011
  12. UFC & Fox: What should fans expect?

    Chad Dundas

    At this point, it seems like everybody except the UFC itself has confirmed the news that the fight company has agreed to a long-term television deal with Fox. We'd heard rumblings for a couple weeks that the UFC's once-hot talks with NBC Sports ha...

    Blog | August 17, 2011