NXT superstar Xavier Woods talks about being a part of his first WWE Be A Star rally talking about bullying, getting his Masters degree and working on his PhD, the recent comments about him from JBL on Raw, when we might see him on the show and more.
UFC 166 took place on Saturday night from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. In the main event, Cain Velasquez retained the UFC heavyweight championship defeating Junior Dos Santos by unanimous decision in the trilogy fight between the two. In the co-main event Daniel Cormier defeated Roy Nelson by unanimous decision in a heavyweight bout.
Here are the video highlights above of Velasquez vs Dos Santos.
Brian, Michael and Steve recap the wacky, overbooked TNA Bound for Glory 2013 PPV including the main event between Bully Ray and AJ Styles for the heavyweight championship, the Kurt Angle vs. Bobby Roode match as well as Sting vs. Magnus. Plus, the talk about where the company is right where, Hulk Hogan who was not on the show and more.
Tonight is the night as UFC 166 takes place tonight from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The main event will feature UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez defending his title against Junior Dos Santos.
The challenger won the title from Velasquez at UFC on Fox 1 in November 2011 as shown in an article we posted on Wednesday.
The rematch took place last December at UFC 155 with Velasquez dominating Dos Santos to regain the title.
Watch the entire fight in the video above.
UFC 166 takes place tonight at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. But before the fighters get into the cage tonight, they had to weigh-in yesterday to make their respective fights official.
Watch the weigh-in video above of all 26 fighters weighing in.
Here is the card for tonight’s UFC 166.
MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)
- Cain Velasquez vs. Junior dos Santos – for heavyweight title
- Daniel Cormier vs. Roy Nelson
- Gilbert Melendez vs. Diego Sanchez
- Gabriel Gonzaga vs. Shawn Jordan
- John Dodson vs. Darrell Montague
PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1, 8 p.m. ET)
- Tim Boetsch vs. C.B. Dollaway
- Hector Lombard vs. Nate Marquardt
- Jessica Eye vs. Sarah Kaufman
- K.J. Noons vs. George Sotiropoulos
PRELIMINARY CARD (Facebook, 6 p.m. ET)
- Adlan Amagov vs. T.J. Waldburger
- Tony Ferguson vs. Mike Rio
- Andre Fili vs. Jeremy Larsen
- Kyogi Horiguchi vs. Dustin Pague
UFC 166 takes place tomorrow night from the Toyota Center from Houston, Texas. The main event is the trilogy fight for the UFC heavyweight championship as Cain Velasquez defends his title against Junior Dos Santos. The co-main event features Daniel Cormier battling Roy Nelson in heavyweight action.
Before the fighters get into the cage, they hit the scales for today’s weigh-ins starting at 5 p.m. ET at the Toyota Center.
Watch the live video stream above at BetweenTheRopes.com.
Brian Fritz and Michael Wiseman are back with the weekly video talking about his Sunday’s TNA Bound for Glory 2013 PPV headlined by Bully Ray vs. AJ Styles for the TNA World Championship and the poll on the greatest Hell in a Cell match of all time. (We apologize for the audio for Fritz as something was set incorrectly which is why the audio is a lower quality.)
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson returns to the cage for the first time in almost ten months coming up on November 2nd against Tito Ortiz. But it is not inside the famed UFC octagon, it is inside the Bellator cage as Bellator makes its debut on pay-per-view.
Before the fight takes a three part reality series will feature Jackson heading into the fight with Ortiz. The first episode airs tonight starting at 11 p.m. ET on Spike TV.
Here is what will be on the show in a statement from Spike TV.
Rampage Jackson has the biggest fight of his career coming up when he faces Tito Ortiz on November 2nd. But before training starts, Rampage tries to get in the last of his partying. Watch as he lives the rock star life style with his entourage, before he attempts to start getting back into shape.
Watch the video above of the preview of tonight’s episode.
Will you watch the show?
UFC 166 takes place Saturday night from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The main event will feature the trilogy fight between UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez battling Junior Dos Santos.
Last night the third and final episode of UFC Primetime featuring the fight between Velasquez and Dos Santos. The episode features what s ahpeening in each fighter’s camp heading into fight week.
Watch the complete final episode above.
Last night the UFC aired their Countdown show, which previews the key fights to an upcoming pay-per-view. UFC 166 takes place on Saturday night from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The main event features the trilogy fight between UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez defending his title against Junior Dos Santos.
This episode of “Countdown to UFC 166″ will go preview Velasquez and Dos Santos, the co-main event featuring heavyweights Roy Nelson and Daniel Cormier and a lightweight bout between Diego Sanchez and Gilbert Melendez.
Watch the videos of all three featured fights below.
The 18th season of The Ultimate Fighter continues tonight with the seventh episode of the season. On tonight’s episode we will see Team Tate’s Josh Hill battle Team Rousey’s Michael Wootten.
Also on the show, a member of Miesha Tate’s team pulls a prank on Ronda Rousey and it gets worse as UFC President Dana White has to step in and intervene.
You can watch tonight’s episode starting at 10 p.m. ET On Fox Sports 1.
Watch the video above with a preview of tonight’s episode.
We are three days away from UFC 166 in Houston, Texas. The main event features the trilogy fight for the UFC heavyweight championship as Cain Velasquez defends against Junior Dos Santos.
The first battle between the two take place at UFC on Fox 1 in November of 2011 in the first ever UFC event to take place on Fox. Dos Santos ended up winning the heavyweight title from Velasquez in just 64 seconds.
Watch the entire fight in the video above.
The UFC returns to pay-per-view this Saturday night as UFC 166 takes place from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The main event features the trilogy fight for the UFC heavyweight championship as Cain Velasquez defends against Junior Dos Santos.
The two first met at UFC on Fox 1 in November of 2011 as Dos Santos knocked out Velasquez in 64 seconds to win the title. The rematch took place 13 months later, but with a different outcome as Velasquez regained the title dominating the Brazilian and winning by unanimous decision.
The challenger made his UFC debut at UFC 90 in October of 2008 as he battled Fabricio Werdum.
No one knew going into the fight a whole about Dos Santos, but after the fight we all knew.
Watch the video above of the fight.
Brian, Michael and Steve talk about John Cena’s return following his triceps surgery, where he could be used, Triple’s H involvement in storylines, who the number two babyface is behind Cena, issues with Smackdown, Michael Hayes being suspended and more.
Tonight on Spike TV a special called “Shamrock: Bound By Blood,” will air at 11 p.m. ET. The special will feature MMA legend Frank Shamrock. The special will also a meeting with Frank’s adoptive brother, UFC Hall of Famer Ken Shamrock.
The brother’s up until the special hadn’t spoken since 1998 when they had a falling out.
Frank Shamrock is a former UFC, WEC and Strikeforce champion. Shamrock has done commentating for Strikeforce and most recently GLORY.
Mickey Rourke, Tito Ortiz, Ken Shamrock, Mauro Ranallo, Nick Diaz, Bas Rutten, John McCarthy, Javier Mendez and many others appear on the special to discuss Shamrock’s career.
You can watch the video preview above.
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