Sotiropoulos vs. Pearson added to UFC on FX 6 in Australia

A Lightweight bout between Ross Pearson (13-6 MMA, 5-3 UFC) and George Sotiropoulos (14-4 MMA, 7-2 UFC) will be part of the recently announced UFC on FX 6 event. The two have been opposing coaches on The Ultimate Fighter: Australia vs. U.K, also known as TUF: TheSmashes.Pearson and Sotiropoulos will be featured on the televised main card with Hector Lombard vs. Rousimar Palhares as the headliner. Finals for the show will be part of the main card. The event is scheduled for December 15, but will air live in

Pearson and Sotiropoulos to coach The Ultimate Fighter: Australia vs UK

Last night following UFC on FUEL TV 4, UFC President Dana White announced to Ariel Helwani that TUF veterans Ross Pearson (13-6) and George Sotiropoulos (14-4) will serve as coaches for the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter: Australia vs. UK.This international version of the UFC’s reality show, nicknamed “The Smashes” in honor of the cricket rivalry between the two nations, will match fighters from Australia (Team Sotiropoulos) against their counterparts from the United Kingdom

George Sotiropoulos: I’m moving in the right direction (Exclusive Interview)

UFC Welterweight contender George Sotiropoulos made another bold statement last month, after defeating Joe Lauzon via a Kimura at UFC 123. Currently enjoying an impressive 7-0 streak in the UFC, 33 year old Greek-Australian will look to a secure a title shot, facing Dennis Siver at UFC 127 in February.Sotiropoulos’s only defeats are against Shinya Aoki in 2006 via a Disqualification, and against Kyle Noke back in 2005 via a Split Decision. His MMA record currently stands at 14 victories and 2 losses.

Dana White may not be interested in Ramapge vs. Machida rematch; BJ Penn vs. Jon Fitch, Sotiropoulos vs. Siver set for UFC 127 in Sydney

Speaking at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference, UFC President Dana White hinted he’s not interested in setting up the Rampage vs Machida rematch. White revealed he thought Rampage won Rounds 1 and 2, giving Lyoto Machida the final 5 minutes in the fight: