UFC President Dana White gives his take on what went down Saturday night at UFC 169 in Newark with Renan Barao‘s win over Urijah Faber and the controversial TKO stoppage from referee Herb Dean. White also touches on Jose Aldo‘s win and what may be next for him, Alistair Overeem’s so-called “crappy” performance, and “fight … Read more
The UFC 169 PPV event went down on Saturday night in Newark, New Jersey, at the Prudential Center. The main event saw UFC bantamweight champ Renan Barao stop Urijah Faber via TKO in the first round, however, the bout wasnt’ without controversy as many believe the stoppage was premature. The co-main event saw UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo successfully defend his title for the sixth time, winning a unanimous decision easily over Ricardo Lamas.
UFC 169: Barao vs. Faber II takes place this evening at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., and is headlined with a bantamweight title bout between champion Renan Barao and challenger Urijah Faber. Barao earned the decision win in their first meeting back in 2012, but can Faber’s momentum from his four-fight win streak in 2013 carry him through to victory in the rematch?
It is Super Bowl weekend! The big game is set to kick off Sunday night but for all the fans in New Jersey that can get warm and check out UFC 169 in Newark. It is kind of a big deal with two titles on the line and most likely a loser leave town fight between two heavyweights. Overall this is a solid card worth the price of admission and pay per view. You know that we put our heads together here at ProMMAnow and offer up our picks.
The UFC 169 PPV event is set to take place on Saturday at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The event will be headlined by the UFC bantamweight title fight between champion Renan Barao and challenger Urijah Faber. It will be a rematch from their UFC 149 bout in which Barao won via unanimous decision. The co-main event will feature UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo looking to defend his title against challenger Ricardo Lamas.