UFC 66 Winner Chuck LIDDELL With TKO Over Tito Ortiz In Third Round

Liddell UFC WinnerUFC 66 Chuck Liddell Vs Tito Ortiz brought his best fighting on December 30 at the MGM Grand Las Vegas. Since Tito was looking at the best UFC light heavyweight in the world, that wasn’t enough, as Chuck Liddell defended his Ultimate Fighting Championship crown for the fourth time with a third round TKO of Tito Ortiz. MGM Grand Las Vegas Garden Arena had a sell-out crowd of 14,607 in the rematch of the year.

Ortiz was a former UFC light heavyweight champion, showed courage in the UFC 66 mma main event, Liddell’s star had shown brighter tonight.

Liddell said, “This is the most satisfying win of my career,” who knocked Ortiz out in two rounds in their first MMA bout on April 2, 2004.

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UFC Ultimate Fighting Championship Purchases WFA And WEC MMA Fighters

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Ultimate Fighting Championship is becoming a 400 lb gorilla which looks to Saturday’s Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz title bout in Las Vegas to end a blockbuster year for MMA.

The Chuck Liddell v Tito Ortiz 2 pay per view fight, with UFC officials hoping for a record MMA 1.2 million pay per view buys, will also set up the new year 2007 to see the mixed martial arts circuit expand.

Dana White, President of UFC, and the UFC pounce when they see weaknesses in the competition. The Ultimate Fighting Championship has been busy, rearranging the MMA landscape while repositioning itself to take advantage of the sport’s incredible growth.

World Fighting Alliance was purchased by UFC, snapping up its fighters in a purchase that will see the rival WFA organization stop.

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UFC 66 LIDDELL Vs Ortiz 2 Pay Per View MGM Las Vegas Weigh In Results

Ortiz and LiddellUFC 66 LIDDELL Vs Ortiz 2 PPV will be the biggest fight to date in the mixed martial arts grand scheme of things.

Both fighters, Chuck and Tito, tipped the scales at 205 pounds Friday in a well-attended weigh-in at the MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas. Fight fans were excited when the main event of Ultimate Fighting Championship 66 pay per view participants were announced.

Tito Ortiz fans chanted “Tito” to overshadow Chuck Liddell when he was being interviewed. Liddell fans responded by chanting.

The live gate at the MGM Grand Las Vegas is expected to exceed $4 million, and hopes to attract a MMA-record of 1.2 million pay-per-view sales, which at $39.9 per UFC 66 ppv translates into additional revenue of $48 million.

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UFC 66 Ultimate Fighting Championship LIDDELL VS ORTIZ 2 December 30

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UFC 66 Liddell Vs. Ortiz 2 Weigh Ins At MGM Grand Las Vegas

UFC 66 Ultimate Fighting Championship: LIDDELL vs. ORTIZ 2 live from the MGM Grand Las Vegas Garden Arena Saturday, Dec. 30, a much anticipated rematch between Liddell and Ortiz in Las Vegas real estate. In his tenure as UFC World Light Heavyweight Champion, Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell has sent Randy Couture into retirement, avenged a defeat against Jeremy Horn, and annihilated his number one challenger Renato Sobral. But when the man standing across the Octagon from Liddell is his friend Tito Ortiz, all bets are off. When these two 205-pound UFC fighters meet on December 30 at UFC 66, the Las Vegas New Years Eve fireworks are going to begin one day early.

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