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The mixed martial arts promotion the Ultimate Fighting Championship was first founded in November of 1993 with their first ever event held at the McNichols Sports Arena in Denver, Colorado. At first, it was not intended to become a sport but rather a one off show but after a very successful pay per view telecast for their first event, they decided to do another and another to what has not become a 3.5 billon dollar industry. However, there were some bumps in the road along the way especially in their early years when the competition between combatants were so bizarre that it caused concern by some of the authorities in the US. In the beginning, there were no weight classes, many fighters often face much larger or taller opponents. And the fighting itself lacked rules and regulations as punching in the back of the head, groin strikes, fish-hooking, headbutting, and elbows were allowed. Following some of the very first events of the UFC, Senator John McCain led a campaign to ban the UFC, calling it human cockfighting and 36 states would eventually enact laws that would ban no holds barred fighting including in New York. After some harsh criticism, the UFC began to redesign its rules and regulations removing some of the frowned upon techniques while keeping the core elements of striking and grappling. Weight classes were then introduced and by UFC 14 gloves became mandatory. Slowly but surely the UFC started to rebrand itself as a true sport instead of a spectacle. The UFC in the early 2000’s was then bought for two million by the Fertittas brothers along with their business partner Dana White who would become the President of the of the promotion and the popularity of the sport began to rise after the Zuffa purchase due to greater advertising, corporate sponsorship, and home video DVD releases. As the sport began to evolve, many notable great UFC fighters started to come along, big names like Frank Shamrock, Randy Couture, Victor Belfort, Tito Ortiz, Matt Hughes, Wanderlei Silva, Chuck Liddell and Andrei Arlovksi to name a few. However, by 2004 the UFC was still suffering great losses in finances and decided expand on their television market and make a foray into network television. The Fertitta brothers decided to have its own reality series as a promotional vehicle to their bigger shows on Pay Per View. Their first reality show “The Ultimate Fighter” debuted on Spike TV in 2005 and became an instant success. The show has since switched to FX with UFC also signing a new deal with Fox Sports to telecast some of their smaller cards. The popularity of the sport began to surge following their first network reality television series garnering impressive pay per view numbers including 1.7 million buys for UFC 100. The promotion began to threaten the oldest combat sport Boxing as the premier combat sport in the states after a new group of exciting fighters began to emerge in the 2000’s such as Georges St. Pierre, Brock Lesnar, Dan Hederson, and Maurico “Shogun” Rua to name a few. UFC now showcases Women’s MMA and sign its first female fighter and now possibly Dana White’s biggest star Ronda Rousey the undefeated UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion.
The mixed martial arts promotion of the UFC has come along since their first event in November of 1993 in Denver. Now the promotion is worth billions of dollars, have set up new markets with a new television deal that expands their audience in countries like Brazil, Canada, New Zealand, Italy, and the United States.
The UFC will continue to expand internationally with regular shows coming to the Brazil, Canada, and the UK with an office in the UK to expand the European audience.
In 2015, the UFC has tv programming on Fox, Fox Sports 1, and Fox Sports 2. Dana White still serves as the President and their biggest stars in the sport is Jon Jones and UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey.
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6-8-15: The UFC most recently made a stop in New Orleans with a UFC Fight Night at the Smoothie King Center with Dan Henderson defeating Tim Boetsch by knockout. This Saturday, UFC Heavyweight Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez finally returns coming off knee surgery to unify with interim Heavyweight Champion Fabricio Werdum in Mexico City at the Arena Ciudad de Mexico.
4-24-14: Here's the main card for UFC 172 this weekend in Baltimore, MD:
Jon 'Bones' Jones (19-1) vs. Glover Teixeira (22-2)
Phil "Mr. Wonderful" Davis (12-1) vs. Anthony "Rumble" Johnson (16-4)
Luke Rockhold (11-2) vs. Tim "The Barbarian" Boetsch (17-6)
Jim Miller (23-4) vs. Yancy Medeiros (10-1)
Max "Blessed" Holloway (8-3) vs. Andre "Touchy" Fili (13-1)
4-18-14: The Ultimate Fighting Championship features two of the hottest tickets in April. This weekend, Fabricio Werdum will take on Travis Browne in Orlando and tickets average $282 on the resale market. Jon Jones will face Glover Teixeira on April 26th at the Baltimore Arena for a Pay Per View event, currently averaging $337 on the secondary market.
3-12-14: UFC 171 tickets have fallen 15% in the past week. The Johnny Hendricks vs Robbie Lawler headlined event in Dallas currently averages $302 on the secondary market. The cheapest ticket available is currently Section 316 Row K at $105. The most expensive on the market are cageside seats listed at $3287.
3-11-14: UFC 171 card as of March 11th: Johny Hendricks vs. Robbie Lawler, Carlos Condit vs. Tyron Woodley, Myles Jury vs. Diego Sanchez, Hector Lombard vs. Jake Shields, Ovince St. Preux vs. Nikita Krylov, Kelvin Gastelum vs. Rick Story, Jessica Andrade vs. Raquel Pennington, Jim Hettes vs. Dennis Bermudez, Alex Garcia vs. Sean Spencer, Renee Forte vs. Frank Trevino, Will Campuzano vs. Justin Scoggins, Bubba McDaniel vs. Sean Strickland, Daniel Pineda vs. Robert Whiteford
3-9-14: UFC Fight Night results from London: Alexander Gustafsson defeated Jimi Manuwa via TKO in the second round, Michael Johnson defeated Melvin Guillard, Brad Pickett defeated Neil Seery, Gunnar Nelson defeated Omari Akhmedov via Submission in Round 1. Gustafsson will fight the winner of the Jon Jones - Glover Teixeira match in April.
3-8-14: UFC 171 tickets at the American Airlines Center have remained fairly consistent this week. The average ticket price has remained between $338 and $328 during the past 5 days, and the get-in price has stayed even at $48 since plummeting from $80 5 days ago. There's currently over 2,500 tickets available for the fights on the secondary market.
3-7-14: With just over a week until UFC 171, UFC 171 ticket prices are trending up 1% this week. The cheapest available seat is currently $38 while cageside seats are going for upwards of $2,500. As of now, it's the American Airlines Center's most expensive event for the remainder of 2014
3-5-14: According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, Junior dos Santos vs. Stipe Miocic has been announced to co-headline UFC 173 on May 24th. The other main events sees middleweight champion Chris Weidman defend his title against Lyoto Machida. The event will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena and air on Pay Per View at 7pm PST.
3-4-14: Ticket prices for UFC 171 currently average $359 per seat on the secondary market. With over 1900 tickets listed on the market, the cheapest available seat is Section 331 Row M for $94. The event takes places March 15th at Dallas' American Airlines Center and is headlined by Johny Hendricks vs Robbie Lawler.