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UFC 68: The Uprising DVD
CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO PREVIEW! March 3, 2007 – From the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio UFC Heavyweight Champion Tim Sylvia is set to defend his title against Randy Couture, who is coming out of a 12-month retirement. Couture, a former UFC Heavyweight and Light Heavyweight Champion, last fought as a heavyweight at UFC 39 in 2002. The star-studded undercard is highlited by the return of two former champions - Matt Hughes (welterweight) and Rich Franklin (middleweight). A total of 9 bouts. // UFC 68 was the first UFC event ever held inside the state of Ohio, and coincided with the 20th annual Arnold Sports Festival (over 100,000 attendees). The SOLD-OUT event produced the highest live attendance in North American mixed martial arts history with over 19,000 attendees. Randy Couture is the only athlete to have held championship titles in both the heavyweight and light heavyweight divisions of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, as well as the only five-time champion in UFC history, earning him the nicknames "The Natural" and, later, "Captain America". Randy Couture has had over 15 wins – 6 by knockout! Tim "The Maine-iac" Sylvia is the two-time UFC Heavyweight Champion and holds a professional record of 25 wins - 5 by knockout Preliminary Card Lightweight bout: Jamie Varner vs. Jason Gilliam Lightweight bout: Gleison Tibau vs. Jason Dent Welterweight bout: Jon Fitch vs. Luigi Fioravanti Light Heavyweight bout: Matt Hamill vs. Rex Holman Event Bouts Light Heavyweight bout: Renato Sobral vs. Jason Lambert Welterweight bout: Matt Hughes vs. Chris Lytle Middleweight bout: Rich Franklin vs. Jason MacDonald Middleweight bout: Martin Kampmann vs. Drew McFedries Heavyweight Championship bout: Champion Tim Sylvia vs. Randy Couture REGION 0 or REGION ALL-- Discs are uncoded and can be played Worldwide. NTSC format (This VHS will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. This is the video format used in North America and Japan. NTSC videotapes will not work on most videocassette players in countries that use PAL, SECAM, or other video standards.)
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