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Monday, Jun 24, 2002

Ufc 36 Video

UFC 36 Video

UFC 36 video
Worlds Collide
Held March 22, 2002 at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada

Heavyweight Championship
Randy Couture (Champion) vs. Josh Barnett (Challenger)

Welterweight Championship Title
Matt Hughes (Champion) vs. Hayato Sakurai(Challenger)

Heavyweight Bout
Pedro Rizzo vs. Andrei Arlovski

Light Heavyweight Bout
Evan Tanner vs Elvis Sinosic

Middleweight Bout
Pat Miletich vs. Matt Lindland

Heavyweight Preliminary Bout
Pete Williams vs. Frank Mir

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From Natalie Salzman at Bender/Helper Impact:
(DSE/Pride representative)


Los Angeles, Calif. – June 25, 2002 – Dream Stage Entertainment today confirms that PRIDE Fighting Championships has officially been granted a license by the Nevada Athletic Commission. The first event is yet to be scheduled and will abide by all Nevada Athletic Commission guidelines.

Details for the first official PRIDE FC event in Nevada will be announced at a later date.

Originating in Japan, PRIDE Fighting Championships combine the most highly skilled MMA competitions with a 21st Century entertainment philosophy to create the next generation in cutting edge sports entertainment. PRIDE competitions include athletes from across the globe, including the United States, Japan, Brazil, Europe, Russia and many other countries. PRIDE allows techniques from a myriad of martial arts and combat sports, solidifying its place as an authentic and unique fighting style that is built on tension and excitement, appealing to the growing audience of 21st Century entertainment fans.

The June 2002 issue of FCF is here!

FCF New Issue
In this issue…

Rising stars shine at UFC 37: High Impact.

An Event Grows in Vegas: Jim Genia previews UFC 37.5.

Phil Baroni talks the talk, and, as Amar Suloev can attest, he also walks the walk. Get a taste of what the NY BadAss has to say in this month’s issue.

UFC 38: The Brawl at the Hall: As the UFC’s freshman journey to Great Britain fast approaches, Jim Burman takes a look at the fight talent from “the other side of the pond.”

Oleg Taktarov has been making a splash on the silver screen, find out what the NHB pioneer has been up to in this interview by Loretta Hunt.

The Phenom is Back, and UFC’s got him. Eduardo Alonso speaks with Vitor Belfort about his impending fight with Chuck Liddell, his stint on a Brazilian reality television program and much more.

Many thought that the Elvis Sinosic / Evan Tanner stoppage was unjustified. Find out what went through the ring doctor’s mind from the doctor herself as Dr. Margaret Goodman speaks out on MMA in Vegas and her decision to stop that fight in particular.

It’s a Night of Champions in the Cage at WEF XII in Steubenville, Ohio.

HOOKnSHOOT: Relentless becomes a submission exhibition as both Lutter and Shaolin dominate.

The Fight Club / Night Club concept is back as WFA: Level 2 returns to Vegas. Get a preview of the action in this month’s issue.

International Coliseum Championship: underground NHB tournament action from Paranagua in Brazil.

King Of The Cage: Revolution.

Ring of Fury showcases closed-fist MMA matches in Massachusetts.

In this month’s SHOOTO Report, highlights some of the fights from two events held in Japan..

Knocking out the competition: FCF’s Aaron Crecy steps out from behind the computer keyboard and into the ring… not only does he live to tell about it, but he KO’s his opponent.

Tiger Schulmann’s Karate: Traditional karate evolves.

In the third part of his article on Periodization, Former AMC Pankration strength & conditioning coach Mark Ginther discusses Maximal Strength.

Chuck Liddell BioFile: learn all about "The Iceman", everything from his most painful fighting moment (his loss to Jeremy Horn) to his childhood dream of becoming a baseball player

Fight fans give their thoughts on the potential outcome of the Belfort vs. Liddell fight.

In our monthly columns…
In Matt Hume‘s techniques, Josh Barnett and Shannon Hooper demonstrate Knee through guard pass fake to leg catch; and in the Punchers Corner, champion kickboxer Derek Panza discusses Dropping your height.

Every issue of Full Contact Fighter is jam-packed with fight news from the U.S. to Brazil to Japan. FCF travels the globe to bring the fights to you. Get yours today! Available at Tower Records stores around the world or by subscription…

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