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Wednesday, Jul 04, 2001

Now Accepting Pre-orderson Ufc 30 & 31!



Now Accepting Pre-Orders
On UFC 30 & 31!

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Available July 12th


UFC 30 Video
UFC 30: Battle At The Boardwalk
Held February 23, 2001
Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City, NJ

World Middleweight Title Bout
Tito Ortiz vs. Evan Tanner

World Lightweight Title Bout
Karou Uno vs. Jens Pulver

Heavyweight Bouts
Josh Barnett vs. Pedro Rizzo
Bobby Hoffman vs. Mark Robinson

Middleweight Bouts
Elvis Sinosic vs. Jeremy Horn

Lightweight Bouts
Fabiano Iha vs. Phil Johns


UFC 31: Locked & Loaded
Held May 4, 2001
Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City, NJ

World Heavyweight Title Bout
Randy Couture vs. Pedro Rizzo

World Welterweight Title Bout
Pat Miletich vs. Carlos Newton

Heavyweight Bouts
Pete Williams vs. Semmy Schilt

Light Heavyweight Bouts
Chuck Liddell vs. Kevin Randleman
Matt Lindland vs. Ricardo Almeida

Welterweight Bout
Matt Serra vs. Shonie Carter

UFC 31 Video


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UFC 30 Video
UFC 30: Battle At The Boardwalk
Held February 23, 2001
Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City, NJ

World Middleweight Title Bout
Tito Ortiz vs. Evan Tanner

World Lightweight Title Bout
Karou Uno vs. Jens Pulver

Heavyweight Bouts
Josh Barnett vs. Pedro Rizzo
Bobby Hoffman vs. Mark Robinson

Middleweight Bouts
Elvis Sinosic vs. Jeremy Horn

Lightweight Bouts
Fabiano Iha vs. Phil Johns


UFC 31: Locked & Loaded
Held May 4, 2001
Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City, NJ

World Heavyweight Title Bout
Randy Couture vs. Pedro Rizzo

World Welterweight Title Bout
Pat Miletich vs. Carlos Newton

Heavyweight Bouts
Pete Williams vs. Semmy Schilt

Light Heavyweight Bouts
Chuck Liddell vs. Kevin Randleman
Matt Lindland vs. Ricardo Almeida

Welterweight Bout
Matt Serra vs. Shonie Carter

UFC 31 Video


Quick Words with
Allan Goes & Murilo Bustamante

By Eduardo Alonso

FCF had the opportunity to meet with Brazilian Top Team members Allan Goes and Murilo Bustamante, at the Meca World Vale Tudo 5 in Curitiba. Both fighters shared some words about their past and future with FCF!

Alan Goes
FCF:   At Pride 13 you went up against a very tough challenge, facing Mark Coleman, who is a lot heavier than you. What are your thoughts on the fight?
Alan Goes:   Look, this fight against Coleman…I’ll not take anything away from him, ’cause Mark is a great fighter and he beat me. I wasn’t in a good day, and I’m not creating any sort of excuses because it’s not my way of dealing with things. He went there, kicked my ass and he won the fight, congratulations to him. He can wait, because I’m training to fight him again. It’s like I always said, What can’t finish me will only make me better. So this made me better. Coleman is a great athlete, I’ll go after him, and I faced the better fight I ever did in my life, in the worst condition of my life! I’m not here trying to create excuses, but he didn’t fight me in the best shape and condition that a fighter needs to perform his game.

FCF:   Can we expect to see you again in Pride soon?
AG:     For sure! I’ll be [the next Pride,] in Pride 15. I don’t know against who I’ll be fighting, and no matter who I’ll be fighting, I’ll be there to give a show, do my best and leave my life in the ring if I need to!

FCF:   Murilo, you are considered one of the most technical fighters in the World, with a great guard and ground game. You had some memorable fights, like against Tom Erikson, and then you stayed away from the ring for a while. You came back recently, and now there are a lot of rumors about your future. What can we expect from you in the near future?
Murilo Bustamante
Murilo Bustamante:   What happened was that I fought a lot, and I stayed away for a while because they weren’t offering me what I wanted. So I decided to stay away from the NHB scene for a while, and expect a good opportunity that I would get what I wanted. Last year I received a good offer from the UFC, in which I would fight 3 times and I would fight for the title in the third fight, but the UFC was sold and split with the UFC Japan organization. In the meantime it seems that the UFC Japan event was cancelled. So I was invited to fight at the May 4th UFC event, but since I already had a contract with the UFC Japan, I needed to wait a bit, so I couldn’t fight in the May 4th UFC. I had some offers, and I’m studying them all, but I intend to return to the ring as soon as possible! I’m ready now, and I’m looking to fight at least 3 times this year!

FCF:   Can we expect you to fight at the UFC, or maybe Pride?
MB:     It can be the UFC, it can be Pride. It will all depend on the negotiations, it’ll depend on what will be better.

FCF:   We’re waiting! Good luck in your next projects!
MB:     Thanks a lot, and good luck!
AG:     Thank you! Stay with God.


From Susumu’s Gallery:


Susumu’s Gallery Update

Hello,

Susumu’s Gallery has added 29 photos from UFC 32 held on June 29th! This is our first update in 2 months. I hope these photos will cure Susumu’s fans’ thirst. Please enjoy.

Susumu’s Gallery:
http://come.to/susumu


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