Watch today’s TUF 11 Finale fighter weigh-ins live on MMAjunkie.com at 7 p.m. ET

LAS VEGAS – MMAjunkie.com is on scene and reporting live from today’s official fighter weigh-ins for The Ultimate Fighter 11 Finale, and you can watch a live video stream of the proceedings here on MMAjunkie.com at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT).

The weigh-ins…

LAS VEGAS – MMAjunkie.com is on scene and reporting live from today’s official fighter weigh-ins for The Ultimate Fighter 11 Finale, and you can watch a live video stream of the proceedings here on MMAjunkie.com at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT).

The weigh-ins take place at the Key West Ballroom at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. In addition to the weigh-ins, you can catch a live Q&A session with
“TUF 10” winner Roy Nelson at 5 p.m. ET.

In addition to the live weigh-ins, you also can check out our text-only live-results post, which is available on the MMAjunkie.com homepage.


The Ultimate Fighter 11 Finale live weigh-in results

LAS VEGAS – MMAjunkie.com is on scene and reporting live from today’s
official fighter weigh-ins for The Ultimate Fighter 11 Finale.

The festivities, which takes place at the Key West Ballroom at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, commence at 7 p.m…

LAS VEGAS – MMAjunkie.com is on scene and reporting live from today’s
official fighter weigh-ins for The Ultimate Fighter 11 Finale.

The festivities, which takes place at the Key West Ballroom at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, commence at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT).

Check out this post for live text-only results of the weigh-ins, or catch a live video stream of the proceedings – courtesy of the UFC – on the MMAjunkie.com homepage.


Randy Couture Helps Brock Lesnar Prepare For Shane Carwin

UFC legend Randy Couture visits the Death Clutch camp, the home of UFC heavyweight champ Brock Lesnar, to help the fighter prepare for his July 3rd title defense at UFC 116 against Shane Carwin.
HT: XtremeCouture.tv

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UFC legend Randy Couture visits the Death Clutch camp, the home of UFC heavyweight champ Brock Lesnar, to help the fighter prepare for his July 3rd title defense at UFC 116 against Shane Carwin.

HT: XtremeCouture.tv

Hand healed, Rich Attonito ready to crack Jamie Yager’s face at TUF 11 Finale

LAS VEGAS – “The Ultimate Fighter 11” contestant Rich Attonito appeared primed for a deep run in the Spike TV series’ 28-man
tournament.

Attonito looked sharp early in his fight with Kyacey Uscola
before “Ice Cold” was disqualified for a pair of illeg…

LAS VEGAS – “The Ultimate Fighter 11” contestant Rich Attonito appeared primed for a deep run in the Spike TV series’ 28-man
tournament.

Attonito looked sharp early in his fight with Kyacey Uscola
before “Ice Cold” was disqualified for a pair of illegal knees. It was an unfortunate end for Uscola, but it also signaled the end for
Attonito, who suffered a broken hand in the bout and was forced to
withdraw from the competition.

Despite the setback, Attonito now has the
opportunity of a lifetime in a Saturday night bout with “TUF 11” villain
Jamie Yager on the main card of The Ultimate Fighter
11 Finale.


UFC on the big screen: Good, Bad, or Ugly?

Starting at UFC 111 the company formed a partnership with Fathom Entertainment to test the water of showing pay-per-views at the movie theater on the big screen. Call it a four event experiment to see how fans react to the whole look, feel, and price. …

Starting at UFC 111 the company formed a partnership with Fathom Entertainment to test the water of showing pay-per-views at the movie theater on the big screen. Call it a four event experiment to see how fans react to the whole look, feel, and price.
The second event shown on the big screen was UFC […]

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UFC on the big screen: Good, Bad, or Ugly?

Kenny Florian Heaps Praise on Evan Dunham

It may have been overshadowed by Rich Franklin’s one-punch KO of Chuck Liddell at UFC 115 (it’s pretty hard to top the magnitude of that…Liddell was on Entourage after all…) but another of the card’s big stories was Evan Dunham’s decision win over Tyson Griffin, as it spoke volumes about the undefeated fighter’s potential.  The Oregon […]

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It may have been overshadowed by Rich Franklin’s one-punch KO of Chuck Liddell at UFC 115 (it’s pretty hard to top the magnitude of that…Liddell was on Entourage after all…) but another of the card’s big stories was Evan Dunham’s decision win over Tyson Griffin, as it spoke volumes about the undefeated fighter’s potential.  The Oregon fighter has now gone 4-0 in the Octagon and also holds wins over TUF winner Efrain Escudero, Marcus Aurelio, and Per Eklund; people are starting to talk…

Now, if you haven’t closely monitored Dunham’s career and don’t want to take our word for it, consider what Kenny Florian said recently on ESPN’s MMA Live (thanks to MMA Fighting for the quote).

“Dunham beat one of the most successful lightweights out there, one of the toughest lightweights out there, and now he is an upper-echelon lightweight, no doubt about it,” Florian said.

Florian also credited Dunham for his jiu-jitsu and takedowns, praising the lightweight for his ability to take Griffin down (who knows a thing or two about wrestling) and controlling him there. In other words, based on the performance, it would appear as though Dunham has the tools to give a lot of guys trouble. Just a refresher, Griffin’s only other losses thus far in the UFC came against current champ Frankie Edgar, and former champ, Sean Sherk. Not bad.

Speaking of Florian, the UFC confirmed yesterday that, as expected, he’ll fight Gray Maynard, at UFC 118 in Boston. Wicked awesome no?