UFC on Fuel TV 9 Main Card: ? vs. Mousasi Preview

With less than a week to go until UFC on Fuel TV 9, the fight card’s main event is in jeopardy.

An initial report by Sweden’s SVT Sport revealed that Alexander Gustafsson suffered a cut over his eye in training that may force him out of the April 6 fight with Gegard Mousasi. The two are scheduled to headline UFC on Fuel TV 9 in Stockholm.

UFC on Fuel TV 9 Fight Card

? vs Gegard Mousasi
Akira Corassani vs Robbie Peralta
Papy Abedi vs Besam Yousef
Mike Easton vs Brad Pickett
Marcus Brimage vs Conor McGregor
Adlan Amagov vs Chris Spang
Michael Johnson vs Reza Madadi
Philip De Fries vs Matt Mitrione
Ryan Couture vs Ross Pearson
Ben Alloway vs Ryan LaFlare
Michael Kuiper vs Tom Lawlor
Adlan Amagov vs Chris Spang
Diego Brandao vs Pablo Garza
Adam Cella vs Tor Troeng

UFC 158 Results: Camozzi defeats Ring, and Dana White announces Ronda Rousey as next TUF coach

Kevin and George from the Uncut Sports Show weigh in on all of the exciting action from this weekend’s main card at UFC 158. Let’s see what they thought about Chris Camozzi vs Nick Ring.

Chris Camozzi won a split decision over Nick Ring in a slug fest, that featured punches with nothing behind them. In the end Camozzi’s conditioning allowed him to out perform Ring for the win.

The biggest news of the night, however, came after the fight when Dana White announced that Ronda Rousey would be one of the coaches for season 18 of the Ultimate Fighter. Huge news for Women’s MMA and an interesting twist to the reality series.

The Ultimate Fighter 17 Ep. 8 Recap and what Don Frye Thinks of Brock Lesnar

Don Frye wildly accused Brock Lesnar of having fixed fights in the UFC. Then he went on to call him a swear word and a waste of flesh. Frye finds it hard to believe that Lesnar is a better wrestler than Randy Couture and a better fighter than Frank Muir. What do you think? Did the UFC fix these fights to promote Brock Lesnar as their next big star?

The Ultimate Fighter 17, episode 8 had the final preliminary fight, the coaches challenge, and the wildcard pick. The final preliminary fight showcased Team Jones’ Dylan Andrews and Team Sonnen’s Zak Cummings. Andrews stood firm through the first two rounds and defeat Cummings via a majority decision. Next was the coaches’ challenge, where $10,000 was on the line in a Jon Jones- Chael Sonnen matchup.

However, no punches were thrown, but rather heavy machinery was used to complete a bevvy of challenges. Jon Jones got out to a steady lead as Chael Sonnen struggled to stack tires with the excavator. However, it would be Jones’ folly in the end that would allow Sonnen to come back and seal the victory. Finally, the wild card choices are announced as Chael Sonnen makes the easy pick of Kevin Casey, while Jon Jones struggles to choose between top pick Clint Hester and underdog Robert “Bubba” McDaniel.