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Since I lost my old file I will do this one. Sorry if it is like anyone elses.
UFC is currently in the midst of reaching a new level of popularity, and this diary is the following of the new era and onward. I plan on doing this by using news articles.

Heavyweight:

Alistair Overeem
Record- 37-11
Last Defense- N/A
Number 1 Contender- Josh Barnett

Light Heavyweight:

Jon Jones
Record- 15-1
Last Defense- UFC 145
Number 1 Contender- Dan Henderson

Middleweight:

Anderson Silva
Record- 31-4
Last Defense- UFC 134
Number 1 Contender- Chael Sonnen

Welterweight:

Georges St-Pierre
Record- 22-2
Last Defense- UFC 129
Number 1 Contender- Winner of Carlos Condit vs. Jake Ellenberger
Interm-
Carlos Condit
Record- 28-5
Last Defense- N/A
Number 1 Contender- Jake Ellenberger

Lightweight:

Frankie Edgar
Record- 14-1-1
Last Defense- UFC 144
Number 1 Contender- Nate Diaz

Featherweight

Jose Aldo
Record- 21-1
Last Defense- UFC 142
Number 1 Contender- Hatsu Hioki

Bantamweight:

Dominick Cruz
Record- 18-1
Last Defense- UFC on Versus 6
Number 1 Contender- Urijah Faber

Flyweight:
Vacant

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Events:

UFC on Fuel TV: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger- February 15, 2012 Results
UFC 144: Edgar vs. Henderson- February 26, 2012 Results
UFC on FX: Alves vs. Kampmann- March 3, 2012 Results
UFC on Fuel TV: Nogueira vs. Gustafsson- April 14, 2012 Results
UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans- April 21, 2012 Results
UFC on Fox: Mir vs. Werdum- May 5, 2012 Results
UFC on Fuel TV 3: Porier vs. Jung- May 15, 2012 Results
UFC 146: dos Santos vs. Velasquez- May 26, 2012 Results
UFC 147: Silva vs. Sonnen II- June 16, 2012
UFC on FX 3: Johnson vs. Benavidez- June 22, 2012
UFC 148: Trilogy- July 07, 2012
UFC on FOX 4: Jackson vs. Machida II- August 04, 2012
UFC 149: Bones vs. Hendo- August 25, 2012
UFC on Fuel TV 4: Belcher vs. Bisping- September 1, 2012
UFC 150- September 29, 2012

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UFC Cuts C-Murder
by Seth Morelli.

Today Chris "C-Murder" Cope announced, via his twitter, that he was cut from the UFC.

"I tried my hardest to put on fights, however Dana and Joe didn't like that I didn't win so they cut me."

Shortly afterwards, UFC President Dana White confirmered the release, saying, "I like Chris Cope, however once you are in the UFC you have to win and put on fights, Cope only did one of those and therefore had to be cut. We would be happy to resign him once he gets better."

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UFC on Fuel TV: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger
February 15, 2012
Omaha, Nebraska

Main Card (Fuel TV)

Jake Ellenberger vs. Diego Sanchez
Dave Herman vs. Stefan Struve
Ronny Markes vs. Aaron Simpson
T.J. Dillashaw vs. Walel Watson
Jonathan Brookins vs. Vagner Rocha

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Philip De Fries vs. Stipe Miocic
John Albert vs. Ivan Menjivar
Sean Loeffler vs. Buddy Roberts
Anton Kuivanen vs. C.J. Keith
Bernardo Magalhaes vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo

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Winner of Sanchez vs. Ellenberger gets Condit.
by Mike Seabrook.

Yesterday during a press-conference to promote UFC 145, Dana White announced that the winner of Sanchez vs. Ellenberger gets Condit during the summer, should they be healthy. Dana White also announced that if the winner of that fight, if they are healthy, will face St-Pierre for the undisputed welterweight title in november.

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Michael McDonald joins top level camp.
by Tim Taylor.

Fast rising UFC bantamweight prospect, Michael McDonald has made a huge jump in his career, by joining Roufusport a fast rising camp with top level competition.

When asked about this switching in camps, McDonald said this, “I am currently at a point in my career where I need a to join a big name camp and one that is fast rising with a lot of prospects and top level fighters that can help me become a UFC champion & will start helping me out with my fight against (Miguel Angel) Torres.”
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Jose Aldo to defend title at UFC 147.
by Matt Wilson.

Today I was having a conversation with UFC president Dana White and he told me that they are planning to have Jose Aldo to defend his featherweight title at UFC 147 against Hatsu Hioki, should Hioki win his fight at UFC 144, if that is not possible, then Korean MMA star Chan Sung Jung is expected to replace him.

Hatsu Hioki is coming off a not so impressive victory against George Roop, where many think Roop won.

Chan Sung Jung is coming off a record tying, 7 second KO of former number 1 contender, Mark Hominick, in Toronto at UFC 140.


UFC 147 is scheduled to take place in Brazil and will be headlined by a rematch between Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen.
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Main Event for UFC on Fox 3 announced.
by Jimmy Dolinsky.

Today the UFC announced their main event for UFC on Fox 3. The main event is expected to be between two submission ace as Frank Mir and Fabricio Werdum battle each other. Nate Diaz and Jim Miller are expected to co-main event, with Pat Barry vs. Lavar Johnson to finish off the main card.
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Main Card (Fuel TV)

Jake Ellenberger vs. Diego Sanchez
Dave Herman vs. Stefan Struve
Ronny Markes vs. Aaron Simpson
T.J. Dillashaw vs. Walel Watson
Jonathan Brookins vs. Vagner Rocha

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Philip De Fries vs. Stipe Miocic
John Albert vs. Ivan Menjivar
Sean Loeffler vs. Buddy Roberts
Anton Kuivanen vs. C.J. Keith
Bernardo Magalhaes vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo
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UFC 144: Edgar vs. Henderson
February 26, 2012
Saitama, Japan
Saitama Super Arena

Main Card (PPV)

Frankie Edgar ( C )vs. Ben Henderson, for lightweight title
Yoshihiro Akiyama vs. Jake Shields
Takanori Gomi vs. Eiji Mitsuoka
Ryan Bader vs. Quinton Jackson
Cheick Kongo vs. Mark Hunt

Preliminary Card (FX)

Joe Lauzon vs. Anthony Pettis
Tim Boetsch vs. Yushin Okami
Hatsu Hioki and Bart Palaszewski
Vaughan Lee vs. Norifumi Yamamoto
Steve Cantwell vs. Riki Fukuda
Chris Cariaso vs. Takeya Mizugaki
Tiequan Zhang vs. Nam Phan
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UFC on Fuel TV: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger
February 15, 2012
Omaha, Nebraska

Main Card (Fuel TV)

Jake Ellenberger vs. Diego Sanchez
Dave Herman vs. Stefan Struve
Ronny Markes vs. Aaron Simpson
T.J. Dillashaw vs. Walel Watson
Jonathan Brookins vs. Vagner Rocha

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Philip De Fries vs. Stipe Miocic
John Albert vs. Ivan Menjivar
Sean Loeffler vs. Buddy Roberts
Anton Kuivanen vs. C.J. Keith
Bernardo Magalhaes vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo
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UFC on Fuel TV: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger
February 15, 2012
Omaha, Nebraska

Main Card (Fuel TV)

Jake Ellenberger vs. Diego Sanchez
Dave Herman vs. Stefan Struve
Ronny Markes vs. Aaron Simpson
T.J. Dillashaw vs. Walel Watson
Jonathan Brookins vs. Vagner Rocha

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Philip De Fries vs. Stipe Miocic
John Albert vs. Ivan Menjivar
Sean Loeffler vs. Buddy Roberts
Anton Kuivanen vs. C.J. Keith
Bernardo Magalhaes vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo
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Jake Ellenberger vs. Diego Sanchez
Dave Herman vs. Stefan Struve
Ronny Markes vs. Aaron Simpson
T.J. Dillashaw vs. Walel Watson
Jonathan Brookins vs. Vagner Rocha

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Philip De Fries vs. Stipe Miocic
John Albert vs. Ivan Menjivar
Sean Loeffler vs. Buddy Roberts
Anton Kuivanen vs. C.J. Keith
Bernardo Magalhaes vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo
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Jake Ellenberger vs. Diego Sanchez
Dave Herman vs. Stefan Struve
Ronny Markes vs. Aaron Simpson
T.J. Dillashaw vs. Walel Watson
Jonathan Brookins vs. Vagner Rocha

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Philip De Fries vs. Stipe Miocic
John Albert vs. Ivan Menjivar
Sean Loeffler vs. Buddy Roberts
Anton Kuivanen vs. C.J. Keith
Bernardo Magalhaes vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo
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UFC on Fuel TV results.
by Dennis Hartung.

The UFC’s first event on Fuel TV was a success, headlined between a fight with Diego Sanchez vs. Jake Ellenberger, with the winner facing Carlos Condit for the interim welterweight title.

The event was kicked off with a bout between new lightweight fighters, Bernardo Magalhaes and Yoislandy Izquierdo. Magalhaes was able to control the fight everywhere it whent and had a good debut. However Izquierdo was able to land hard shots, which he didn’t do much of, causing him to lose a split decision. 30-27, 28-29 & 29-28 for Bernardo Magalhaes.

The next fight on the card featured two more new lightweight fighters, as Anton Kuivanen took on. C.J. Keith. Keith looked really good in this fight, where he picked apart Kuivanen with his kickboxing, until late in the first round where he knocked down Kuivanen but was unable to finish the fight. However Kuivanen was not able to recover from that and with thirty second into the second round, Keith knocked Kuivanen down again, and this time finished him with strikes.

Next fight we had two debuting middleweight as one of Jackson’s Submission Fighting prospect, Buddy Roberts, makes his debut against another fighter making his UFC debut, Sean Loeffler. Nether fighter had a very successful as they were both content on wrestling, however nether one of them were able to get much control. Also Roberts gassed early in the second round showing the UFC fans that he doesn’t have that well on a gas tank. 30-27 for Loeffler.

Next up was a fight between Ultimate Fighter season 14 cast member, John Albert and long time MMA vet, Ivan Menjivar. Albert has shown a lot of improvement since his time on TUF, both striking, where he had the noticeable advantage over Menjivar and his grappling where he was able to control Menjivar for a good amount of time. However Menjivar showed that Albert is not that good off his back and was able to control him their for most of the first round, however was unable to continue on his first round success and lost a decision to Albert, 29-28.

The next fight was the final fight on the facebook portion of the card and the final prelim bout when two undefeated fighters, Stipe Miocic and Philip De Fries, fought. For this fight many people thought Miocic had an advantage over De Fries in the stand-up department, oh were they wrong, as De Fries was dominating Miocic in the stand-up with Miocic landing a few punches. However De Fries went to his advantage to win the fight, getting the arm triangle at two minutes and twenty-two seconds in the third round to force the tap.

Now we have the first fight of the main card, as Ultimate Fighter season 13 winner, Jonathan Brookins took on Vanger Rocha. Both fighters were evenly matched early on, with Brookins able to push Rocha against the cage, however he was too confident and Rocha was able to slap on a fight ending guillotine choke.

Next we have a bout between Ultimate Fighter season 15 bantamweight runner-up, T.J. Dillashaw takes on Walel Watson. A good fight for both fighters. In the first half of the fight Watson was dominating with strikes, and then decides to take the fight to the ground were he controlled Dillashaw for half the round. When Dillashaw eventually got back to his feet, where they were even until one minute left, where Dillashaw finally got a takedown. For the third and final round Dillashaw was able to control Watson, however was unable to finish him and lost a decision by the score of 29-28.

The next fight we have Ronny Markes and Aaron Simpson. Not a fan friendly fight as all three rounds had lay and pray by one of the fighters, with Ronny Markes getting the better of the ground grappling in round 1 and 3 to win a 29-28 decision.

Next up we had the co-main event of the evening as the tallest UFC fighter, Stefan Struve took on Dave Herman. Herman should focus less time on training fancy punches, which he threw a lot of and didn’t land any, and focus more time on training his ground game, where Struve was able to beat Herman with a rear naked control late in the third round after a fight of dominating Herman on the ground.

We finally reached the main event, which was a number one contender match for the interim welterweight championship, between Jake Ellenberger and Diego Sanchez. Ellenberger won the first round with wall and stall. Round two was a whole new story as Ellenberger was able to rock Sanchez, who decided not to stand with Ellenberger after that and went for a takedown, which he got. However Ellenberger was able to lock on a triangle choke on Sanchez, and even though Sanchez was able to power bomb Ellenberger, that didn’t not break the hold and Ellenberger won the bout.


Quick Results

Jake Ellenberger defeated Diego Sanchez by submission.
Stefan Struve defeated Dave Herman by submission.
Ronny Markes defeated Aaron Simpson by unanimous decision
Walel Watson defeated T.J. Dillashaw by unanimous decision
Vagner Rocha defeated Jonathan Brookins by submission
Philip De Fries defeated Stipe Miocic by submission
John Albert defeated Ivan Menjivar by unanimous decision
Sean Loeffler defeated Buddy Roberts by unanimous decision
C.J. Keith defeated Anton Kuivanen by TKO
Bernardo Magalhaes defeated Yoislandy Izquierdo by split decision.

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