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UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship)

When it comes to mixed martial arts there is no organization that is better known or more respected that the Ultimate Fighting Championship, or UFC. Indeed it is the world’s biggest promoter of the mixed martial arts sport and has been hosting fights since 1993 when it started in Denver, Colorado.

The UFC is based in the United States and uses the Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts as the foundation of its fighting style and code. There are 8 weight divisions that are used to determine who can fight whom and, as with most major sports of this nature, the welterweight and the heavyweight divisions are usually the strongest.

The UFC’s parent company, Zuffa, LLC, is controlled by the Fertitta brothers, Frank and Lorenzo, while the UFC itself is governed by President Dana White. When the UFC first started in Denver the event was unique in that it was the first time that fighters of different fighting styles had come together to fight one another. What the reason was is simple; to see which fighting style was the best.

Fighters accomplished in different martial arts like Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, boxing, wrestling, karate and Tae Kwon Do, to name a few, came together that year to fight. During that time the vast majority of the fighters realized that only being able to fight with 1 style wasn’t always going to work and, over the subsequent 20 years, an entirely new style of fighting has been created, the mixed martial arts style that the UFC is so famous for.

UFC fighters are in fact very well-rounded fighters who can use various fighting styles and can fight well standing up us well as on the ground. The UFC has over 20 events a year in the United States and in many other countries where the new fighting style has become very popular in a relatively short amount of time.

Similar to boxing there are 3 ways to win a mixed martial arts fight. The first is by knockout with 1 fighter knocking the other unconscious, the second is by submission, where the defeated fighter has ‘tapped out’ and the final is by judges decision if there is no knockout or tap out. Weight classes range from 126 pounds to 265 pounds and, like wrestling, if a player is overweight they don’t get to fight, making the weigh-ins very important.

Finally there’s the Octagon, the special ring that was created especially for the sport. It’s 750 square feet and 32 feet across with 8 sides (hence the name) and padded surfaces to protect the fighters. Of course just stepping into the ring is very dangerous and only the best get to do it on TV. At the end of the day it’s a bit of a vicious sport and only for the very tough and very athletic. It’s also extremely popular, which just goes to show that people everywhere really love a great fight.

UFC, or the Ultimate Fighting Championship, is often used interchangeably with MMA, or mixed martial arts. However, while UFC is a prominent organization that hosts MMA fights, it is important to understand the difference between the two.

MMA, in general, refers to combat sports that involve various techniques from multiple disciplines, including wrestling, kickboxing, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, among others. These fights take place within a cage or ring and have specific rules and regulations.

The UFC was founded in 1993 as a way to showcase various MMA styles and crowning a champion. Since then, it has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry and the premier organization for MMA fighters around the world.

One major factor that distinguishes UFC from other MMA organizations is its pay-per-view model. UFC events are broadcasted through pay-per-view and have consistently drawn millions of viewers worldwide. Top-ranked fighters like Conor McGregor, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and Amanda Nunes have become household names.

While UFC may be the biggest and most recognizable organization, there are numerous other MMA organizations around the world, including Bellator and ONE Championship. These organizations may have different rules and regulations than the UFC, but still follow the basic premise of MMA.

Despite concerns about violence and safety, MMA and UFC continue to grow in popularity. The sport has evolved significantly over the years, with more stringent safety measures in place such as mandatory pre-fight physicals and drug testing.

In conclusion, while UFC and MMA are often used synonymously, it's important to understand the distinction between the two. UFC is one of the biggest promoters of MMA, but there are many other organizations that also host MMA fights. MMA remains a popular sport worldwide, thanks to star fighters and continued safety measures.

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