As we’re trying to get every UFC PPV watched and reviewed on the website, we need to watch EVERY single PPV. We’ve already reviewed UFC 66, 200,224, 225,226,227,228 and most recently, 229. Recently we ran a twitter poll asking you what PPV we should review next, the options were UFC 77, 217, 190 and the one which won; UFC 1. So last week we reviewed the most recent UFC PPV and now it’s time to review the first. Let’s get going.
Previously, we’ve watched and reviewed UFC 1 and it’s time for the second ever UFC event - UFC 2: No Way Out.
On our twitter page (@ThingsCombat) we released a poll asking you what UFC PPV I should review next and the options were UFC 201, 139, 50 and the one which won: UFC 3. It makes sense too as recently we reviewed UFC 1 and most recently UFC 2 but after this PPV, I’m probably going for a more recent PPV like somewhere in the 100 region but back to UFC 3, let’s get going.
UFC 4 took place in December, 1994 and it was another one of these tournament formats. This tournament was stacked, it had big names like two time winner Royce Gracie, Dan Severn & UFC 3 winner, Steve Jennum.
Time to continue our PPV quest and we’re here at UFC 5 - who will win the ultimate fighting challenge? More importantly however, who will win the super fight main event between Royce Gracie and Ken Shamrock.