5 most overhyped fights in recent UFC history

When Georges St. Pierre takes on Carlos Condit this upcoming Saturday we will see if this highly anticipated fight will live up to its hype. Not to lower the expectations, but following is a reminder of some previous fights that failed to deliver.
1: Randy Couture vs. James Toney – UFC 118: Edgar vs. Penn 2, August 28th, 2010 No matter how you look at how this fight was presented, somebody is at fault.  If this fight was to be presented as a sideshow attraction, then Couture should have allowed Toney

MMA Link Club: Talking TUF, Nelson’s Quest, and The "Bones" Revolution

– Mac Danzig Interview: Talking ‘The Ultimate Fighter’, Training and More (BleacherReport)”Despite being a big Cruz fan, Danzig believes that Team Faber will be able to win. His advice to the contestants is to not get distracted by the drama and remember they are there to compete and to win. Danzig is back with his original trainer, Rico Chiapparelli, who to Mac is the most respected guy in all of UFC. Danzig feels that being back with his old trainer, he is learning again, and that his new training will

ProElite Arlovski vs. Lopez Results: Arlovski TKO’s Lopez, Grove submits Riggs

The recently reincarnated promotion, ProElite, successfully staged their first event this weekend from the Neal S. Blaisdell Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. In a rematch more than seven years in the making, Kendall Grove needed just 59-seconds to submit Joe Riggs in the headlining bout, while former UFC Heavyweight Champion Andrei Arlovski snapped a four-fight losing slump by scoring a third-round stoppage victory over Ray Lopez. Reagan Penn made good on the family name, choking out Paul Gardner in the