“JUST! LIKE! THAT!” An unofficial compilation of UFC fights that lasted less than 20 seconds, including Ronda Rousey’s armbar on a reckless Cat Zingano, Conor McGregor’s high speed drive-by on Jose Aldo, and of course BJ Penn rearranging Caol Uno’s face.
Conan O’Brien is one of the many celebrity investors who now co-own the UFC. But he’s the only one who’ll put his face where his money is. Just look at that pose. He clearly knows what he’s doing. Or maybe he’s just punking someone.
(PG-13: Language) “That’s me after three beers.” Conan O’Brien tried the latest UFC video game with UFC featherweight champ – and now lightweight loser – Conor McGregor using their respective characters. Conan would’ve won if Conor was controlling Jay Leno.
Showing that class isn’t proportional to one’s bank account, YouTuber 5th Round presents a compilation of douchebaggery among UFC attendees, whose brains are forced back into the Stone Age at the prospect of a bloodbath.
You’ve seen Bruce Lee in the octagon. Now check out real world fighters Anthony Pettis and Jose Aldo square off in this sample round. They still have the dead eyes of video game characters, but otherwise it all looks good.
EA Sports reveals in-game footage of Bruce Lee in its upcoming PS4 and Xbox One UFC game. The martial arts legend will be playable in the league’s flyweight, bantamweight, featherweight and lightweight divisions.
Sorry Lyoto, but the real Dragon is here. Alongside in-game footage of vicious knockouts and submissions, the latest gameplay video for the Xbox One and PS 4 MMA game reveals that Bruce Lee will be a playable character.
Looks like both EA and the UFC ate their words and are now teaming up to release a game. So far, so good. Be sure to watch it in 1080p. EA Sports UFC will be released for the Xbox One and PS4 this spring.
Highlights of UFC 167 captured using a Phantom high-speed camera. Watching the fighters’ faces distort and ripple as they are pounded with punches made us flinch at the sheer brutality of these MMA matches.