UFC Fight Night 77 takes place this evening from Sao Paulo, Brazil. Middleweight legends Dan Henderson and Vitor Belfort meet for a third time in the main event, while top light heavyweights Glover Teixeira and Pat Cummins meet in the co-headliner. This is the UFN 77 live blog for PMN. The action kicks off at … Read more
UFC Fight Night 54 takes place this evening (Oct. 4, 2014) from Halifax Metro Center in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and features a main event between top welterweights Rory MacDonald (No. 2) and Tarec Saffiedine (No. 9). Top ranked bantamweights Raphael Assuncao (No. 4) and Bryan Caraway (No. 10) will square off in the co-main … Read more
Two week, no problem. This seems to be a recurring theme of late as fighters are forced off cards with injuries and a replacement is signed to fill in on short notice. It’s the dream though right. Yet again another Resurrection Fighting Alliance champion has gotten the call up to the UFC. RFA bantamweight champ Pedro Munhoz (10-0) has landed a contract and a fight in about two weeks.
Resurrection Fighting Alliance held their twelfth event (RFA 12) this past Friday night in Los Angeles. RFA 12 aired live on AXStv and saw Brian Ortega win the RFA featherweight championship in the main event with a split decision victory over Keoni Koch. Pedro Munhoz retained his bantamweight title with a first round submission over Billy Daniels in the co-headliner. Check out our exclusive photo gallery of the event.
ProMMAnow.com reporter Dan “The Wolfman” Theodore caught up with undefeated bantamweight Pedro Munhoz (9-0) following his five-round split decision title win over veteran Jeff Curran (who retired after the fight) at RFA 9 this past weekend. Munhoz shared his thoughts on the fight, how he felt going a full five rounds for the first time in his pro career, and he also discussed many of the technical aspects of the fight.
The RFA 9 event took place on Friday night in Los Angeles at the StubHub Center while airing LIVE on AXS TV. The main event saw Pedro Munhoz (9-0) defeat long time MMA veteran Jeff Curran (34-16-1) to win the vacant RFA bantamweight title via split decision. Curran officially retired from MMA following the loss to Munhoz.