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.
What’s better than UFC 6? I’m seriously asking, I haven’t watched it yet but I’ll find out after I watch it. UFC 3 is still number one in the rankings but the question is, will UFC 6 be better? Let’s find out in the review of UFC 6.
It’s a Sunday and I feel like it’s the appropriate time to watch and review UFC 7. This should be good so strap yourself in as it’s going to be a fun time!
After UFC 7, you’d expect UFC 8, wouldn’t you? However, UFC decided to do UFC 7.5 for reasons that I’m not aware of. They named this event “Ultimate Ultimate 1995” because one ‘ultimate’ was simply not enough. Anyway, this PPV was once again a tournament layout just like the first couple of PPV’s. Will this live up to the hype? Let’s find out right now.
UFC 8: David Vs. Goliath. This is because the size differences throughout the whole card! Let’s review it.
It’s UFC 9! The UFC super fight champion, Ken Shamrock defends his championship against Dan Severn in our main event of he evening. This is a rematch of their UFC 6 clash which Shamrock won in two minutes with a guillotine. Will history repeat itself? Let’s find out.
UFC 10 was the first UFC PPV that featured legendary announcer, Bruce Buffer. This event also returned to tournament format which I’m really excited about as I love the style of tournaments as they’re just so exciting and I would love to see one nowadays but that’s very far fetched. UFC 10 took place in Alabama and as the new UFC announcer likes to say “Its time!”.