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Updated List of the UFC Hall of Famers and Recent Champions

Gone are the days that men – both young and old – are much fascinated by the flying, tumbling, and other exhibition stunts of so-called “wrestlers???, although they still exist and have some fans today. What catches the interest of many men today, especially the big boys, is the real wrestling competition, called Ultimate Fighting Championship or UFC. This is where you can witness most of the top-ranked fighters in this kind of sport battle head-to-head in a genuine wrestling arena, not one with “superficial??? features. This where the blood you see on the wrestlers’ face and fist are real.

This February, fans have to watch out for the much-awaited combat between Renan Barao and Urijah Faber at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. It will be followed by the exciting arena match between the two wrestling divas, Ronda Rousey and Sarah McMann at the Events Center of the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada. Other UFC battles in the succeeding months will be between Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler (March 15), Fabricio Wedum and Travis Browne (April 19), and Jon Jones and Glover Teixeira (April 26). For a quick recap, here is the list of the current UFC champions:

  • Cain Velasquez – 3-time ultimate fighter for the heavyweight division
  • Jon Jones – 7-time ultimate fighter for the light heavyweight division
  • Chris Weidman – 2-time ultimate fighter for the middleweight division
  • Anthony Pettis – first-time ultimate fighter for the lightweight division
  • Jose Aldo – 6-time ultimate fighter for the featherweight division
  • Renan Bara – first-time ultimate fighter for the bantamweight division
  • Demetrious Johnson – 4-time ultimate fighter for the flyweight division
  • Ronda Rousey – 3-time ultimate fighter for the female bantamweight division

UFCCurrently, the male welterweight and the female strawweight titles are vacant. Several fighters are still battling to win these titles. The list of UFC Hall of Famers, on the other hand, was joined by two of the most wanted wrestlers, Forrest Griffin and Stephen Bonnar during the UFC 162 induction. Here is the updated list of the victorious fighters that made it to the UFC Hall of Fame:

  • Royce Gracie (UFC 45)
  • Ken Shamrock (UFC 45)
  • Dan Severn (UFC 52)
  • Randy Couture (The Ultimate Fighter Finale: Team Ortiz vs. Team Shamrock)
  • Mark Coleman (UFC 82)
  • Chuck Liddel (UFC 100)
  • Charles Lewis, Jr. (UFC 100)
  • Matt Hughes (UFC 114)
  • Tito Ortiz (UFC 148)
  • Forrest Griffin (UFC 162)
  • Stephen Bonnar (UFC 162)

Tune in to Fox Sports so you can watch out the exciting UFC fights on your TV set. See their show schedules at their official website. However, if you want to witness your favorite UFC fighter battle live on the arena, just visit and check out the schedule of his/her upcoming fights. is also a convenient site where you can purchase online UFC tickets, fast and easy. Plus, you can get to see more related details for your favorite UFC fights in this website. Right now, tickets are now running out quickly because of the numerous die-hard fans who want to watch their awaited matches live. So, you better hurry and buy yourselves UFC tickets now!

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