Fight Night Live Tickets
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Any form of martial arts, whether it be Tae Kwando, Jiu-Jitsu or Karate has all the right ingredients to enable the practitioner to achieve mastery over his or her body. Where an inner balance between the psychological and physiological aspects of oneself is the key goal, it is the visual appeal of the exchange of blows and kicks and body slams that gives the onlookers constant thrills. So naturally if there is a spectacle in which the fighter are versed in not one, not two but almost a dozen different styles, it is sure to be one that blows the crowds away every time around and makes them come back for more again and again. And that is exactly what the phenomenon of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has been doing for the last two odd decades. Secure some Fight Night Live tickets for witnessing an explosive, adrenaline-fueled, feuding frenzy.
Though the institutions of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, kickboxing, wrestling, sumo, Taekwondo, grappling and boxing have been around for centuries, it was only in 1993 when all of them were brought under one banner. Their fusion forged the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) that has since morphed into a spectacle that is witnessed by fans and Pay-Per-Viewers across more than 145 countries in more than 354 million homes.
The UFC holds over 30 live action events throughout the year that feature several fighters locking horns with each other, with each event being promoted by a main bout between two prominent contenders. The fights are typically inside the cages stage known simply as the Octagon. When a Fight Night Live event is taking place, even the Pentagon doesn't have anything over the heart-pounding sights and sounds unfolding in the Octagon. UFC fighters are divided in 7 weight classes that range from 126 pound bantam weight to the 265 pounds heavyweight category.
Each fighter may clinch the win in usually three different ways. The basic win is by a decision in the favor of the fighter who has the most points in case both fighters are still standing after the time is up. Consequently, a submission is what is each fighter's best bet in claiming a victory as it entails pinning down their opponents, whereby signaling a definitive win. However, it is a knockout that gets the crowds riled up the most, what with one final devastating blow or kick being delivered by one fighter to the other and therefore knocking his breath out completely.
The reigning champions are Dominick Cruz in the bantam division, Jose Aldo in the featherweight, Frankie Edgar in the lightweight, Georges St-Pierre in the welterweight, Anderson Silva in the Middleweight, Jon Jones in the lightweight and last but certainly not the least Junior Dos Santos having taken the heavyweight crown in November 2011. The most phenomenal fighter is certainly the middleweight champion Anderson Silva who has defended his title an impressive eight times since 2006. So claim some Fight Night Live tickets to behold muscle bound mayhem amidst a flurry of martial arts moves.