Story by Anthony Springer Jr.
In 2004, the Ultimate Fighting Championship engaged in the ultimate science experiment. 16 guys were picked to live in a house, fight each other and compete for a six figure contract. The series finale took place April 5, 2005 inside the Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas. The light heavyweight final showcased two fighters that beat each other to a pulp for 15 minutes, much to the delight of a capacity crowd—who showered the men with a thunderous ovation at the conclusion—and millions of fans who curiously tuned in to the growing sport that is mixed martial arts . . . Click here for more
DON’T MISS THE LAST STOP BEFORE UFC 94 . . . . Tonight on SPIKE TV, the final episode of UFC Primetime: St. Pierre vs. Penn airs at 10 p.m. ET/PT . . . Click here for more
UFC 94 is live on PPV from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas Jan. 31. Georges St-Pierre and BJ Penn are about to do it again. But this time, there’s much more at stake. UFC® lightweight champion BJ Penn looks to be the first fighter in history to hold two UFC® championships at the same time when he faces Georges St-Pierre for the UFC® welterweight championship at UFC® 94: ST-PIERRE VS. PENN 2. For more info, visit 94.ufc.com