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The fiercest fighters in Ultimate Fighting Championship are ready to rumble inside the Octagon! Don't miss the hard hitting MMA action of UFC 76 "Knockout" Saturday, Sep. 22, at the Honda Center in Anaheim. Be there to feel the excitement live as "The Iceman" Chuck Liddell takes on Keith Jardine.

Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell is wasting no time returning to the Octagon to fight his way back to a title shot, and he has made his mission clear, he wants his title belt back. But standing in his way, with the power to stop the former UFC 205-pound champion, is “The Dean of Mean” Keith Jardine, who awaits him for a light heavyweight main event showdown at UFC 76.

Sign Up Click HereThe much-anticipated UFC debut of Mauricio “Shogun” Rua (16-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) Vs Forrest Griffin (14-4 MMA, 5-2 UFC)

The 25-year-old Rua, one of the world’s top-ranked 205-pound fighters, has won 12 of his past 13 fights — nine of which came via knockout or technical knockout. PRIDE’s 2005 Grand Prix Tournament winner had fought for the Japanese-based fight organization since October 2003 and racked up victories over such notables as current UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson, Ricardo Arona and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira.

Griffin (14-4) has faced serious opposition in the Octagon, and is respected for having never backed down from a challenge. He is a well rounded fighter whose aggressive style and warrior’s heart propelled him to become the Light Heavyweight winner of The Ultimate Fighter Season 1. He has fought Tito Ortiz, Stephan Bonnar, Elvis Sinosic, Keith Jardine and most recently, Hector Ramirez at UFC 72.

Griffin battled Ramirez for three rounds and won by unanimous decision, not only scoring a victory, but reclaiming his status as a rising 205-pound contender. He would like nothing more than to stop “Shogun” in his transition to the Octagon and continue his ascent up the light heavyweight ranks.

The light heavyweight bout between Chuck Liddell Vs Keith Jardine and Mauricio "Shogun" Rua Vs Forrest Griffin isn't the only thing to watch out for at UFC 76: Knockout as the upcoming event also marks the return of Diego “Nightmare” Sanchez.

On Saturday, September 22, Sanchez will step up on the Octagon and come to blows with fellow welterweight contender Jon Fitch at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.


Mauricio “Shogun” Rua vs. Forrest Griffin
Keith Jardine vs. Chuck Liddell
Jon Fitch vs. Diego Sanchez
Lyoto Machida vs. Kazuhiro Nakamura
Tyson Griffin vs. Thiago Tavares


Wilson Gouveia vs. Jason Lambert
Michihiro Omigawa vs. Matt Wiman
Justin McCully vs. Christian Wellisch
Diego Saraiva vs. Jeremy Stephens

UFC 77:
Anderson Silva is a -205 favorite against Franklin (+170), which seems about right. I don't see anything going differently although I do like Franklin and hope he wins so they need to have a rubber match. That's what I'd like...but I don't think it'll happen. Confidence in Silva is so high right now that this is an appetizing bet and one which I may have to take.

Evans and Ortiz are relatively even money again. Pick 'em. I'll be picking Ortiz because I think he'll be better prepared this time...and he wont hold the fence.


Keith Jardine defeats Chuck Liddell via split decision
Forrest Griffin defeats Mauricio “Shogun” Rua via submission (rear naked choke) in round three
Jon Fitch defeats Diego Sanchez via split decision
Ryoto Machida defeats Kazuhiro Nakamura via unanimous decision
Tyson Griffin defeats Thiago Tavares via unanimous decision
Rich Clementi defeats Anthony Johnson via submission (rear naked choke) in round two
Jeremy Stephens defeats Diego Saraiva via unanimous decision
Christian Wellisch defeats Scott Junk via submission (heel hook) in round one
Matt Wiman defeats Michihiro Omigawa via unanimous decision

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