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EA Sports UFC 2 Full Roster Revealed



This afternoon EA Sports revealed the full roster for the much anticipated upcoming UFC 2 video game.  The game will be released in North America on March 15th, 2016 for PlayStation 4 as well as Xbox One.  The game roster includes more that 250 fighters throughout the ten weight classes, including past UFC stars.  With the two biggest stars of the UFC Ronda Rousey and Conor McGregor gracing the cover along with several of the new features to this realistic game including KO Mode, Custom Event Creator, Create a Fighter, and Skills Challenges, this game is sure to impress.

In addition to the current UFC roster, there are a few bonus fighters to choose from including two versions of Mike Tyson, Bas Rutten, Bruce Lee, Forrest Griffin, Royce Gracie, Georges St-Pierre, Chael Sonnen, Benson Henderson, Matt Hughes, and Kazushi Sakuraba. Multiple Fighter will be available in two or more weight classes, such as Conor Mcgregor, TJ Dillashaw, Chris Weidman, Dominick Cruz, Vitor Belfort and Jon Jones.

Pre-order this game now to unlock Mike Tyson, Bas Rutten, and Kazushi Sakuraba.  This game promises to be the ultimate MMA game yet with realistic characters and fight simulation.

The full roster of fighters by division is below:


  • Fabricio Verdum
  • Frank Mir
  • Gabriel Gonzaga
  • Andrei Arlovski
  • Stefan Struve
  • Roy Nelson
  • Junior Dos Santos
  • Matt Mitrione
  • Cain Velasquez
  • Travis Browne
  • Josh Barnett
  • Mark Hunt
  • Stipe Miočić
  • Antônio Silva
  • Alistair Overeem
  • Ben Rothwell
  • Jared Rosholt
  • Derrick Lewis
  • Todd Duffee
  • Mike Tyson
  • Bas Rutten
  • Jon Jones
  • Mirko Cro Cop
  • Pat Barry
  • Mark Coleman
  • Daniel Cormier
  • Shawn Jordan
  • Ruslan Magomedov
  • Minotauro Nogueira
  • Jared Rosholt
  • Kazushi Sakuraba

Light Heavyweight

  • Rashad Evans
  • Ryan Bader
  • Mike Tyson
  • Bas Rutten
  • Chuck Liddell
  • Rampage Jackson
  • Ildemar Alcantara
  • Vitor Belfort
  • Michael Bisping
  • Jan Blachowicz
  • Rafael Cavalcante
  • Forrest Griffin
  • Dan Henderson
  • Lyoto Machida
  • Fabio Maldonado
  • Gegard Mousasi
  • Minotauro Nogueira
  • Kazushi Sakuraba
  • Anderson Silva
  • Chael Sonnen
  • Chris Weidman
  • Anthony Johnson
  • Jon Jones
  • Maurício Rua
  • Ovince Saint Preux
  • Alexander Gustafsson
  • Daniel Cormier
  • Gian Villante
  • Glover Teixeira
  • Patrick Cummins
  • Ilir Latifi
  • Jimi Manuwa
  • Corey Anderson


  • Michael Bisping
  • Nate Marquardt
  • Vitor Belfort
  • Lyoto Machida
  • Anderson Silva
  • Robbie Lawler
  • Rory Macdonald
  • Demian Maia
  • Costas Philippou
  • Chael Sonnen
  • Elias Theodorou
  • Georges St-Pierre
  • Kazushi Sakuraba
  • Ildemar Alcantara
  • Sam Alvey
  • Tim Boetsch
  • Kelvin Gastelum
  • Royce Gracie
  • CB Dollaway
  • Dan Henderson
  • Nick Diaz
  • Thales Leites
  • Rafael Natal
  • Brad Tavares
  • Derek Brunson
  • Chris Weidman
  • Ronaldo Souza
  • Gegard Mousasi
  • Luke Rockhold
  • Uriah Hall
  • Yoel Romero
  • Robert Whittaker
  • Tim Kennedy
  • Cezar Ferreira
  • Roan Carneiro
  • Thiago Santos


  • Robbie Lawler
  • Rory Macdonald
  • Georges St-Pierre
  • Carlos Condit
  • Tyron Woodley
  • Stephen Thompson
  • CM Punk
  • Nate Diaz
  • Omari Akhmedov
  • Thiago Alves
  • Matt Brown
  • Nick Diaz
  • Jake Ellenberger
  • Kelvin Gastelum
  • Royce Gracie
  • Benson Henderson
  • Johny Hendricks
  • Matt Hughes
  • Martin Kampmann
  • Dong Hyun
  • Pascal Krauss
  • Ryan LaFlare
  • Bruce Lee
  • Hyun Gyu
  • Hector Lombard
  • Neil Magny
  • Demian Maia
  • Tim Means
  • Jordan Mein
  • Augusto Montano
  • Gunnar Nelson
  • BJ Penn
  • Mike Pyle
  • Kenny Robertson
  • Tarec Saffiedine
  • Ben Saunders
  • Erick Silva
  • Rick Story
  • Brandon Thatch


  • Rafael Dos Anjos
  • Conor McGregor
  • Eddie Alvarez
  • Khabib Nurmagomedov
  • Anthony Pettis
  • Nate Diaz
  • Donald Cerrone
  • Tony Ferguson
  • Jose Aldo
  • Olivier Aubin-Mercier
  • Edson Barboza
  • Gilbert Burns
  • Michael Chiesa
  • Beneil Dariush
  • Joe Duffy
  • Frankie Edgar
  • Paul Felder
  • Takanori Gomi
  • TJ Grant
  • Bobby Green
  • Clay Guida
  • Benson Henderson
  • Al Iaquinta
  • Michael Johnson
  • Chan Sung Jung
  • Myles Jury
  • Rustam Khabilov
  • Chad Laprise
  • Joe Lauzon
  • Bruce Lee
  • Jorge Masvidal
  • Gray Maynard
  • Yancy Medeiros
  • Gilbert Melendez
  • Jim Miller
  • Norman Parke
  • Ross Pearson
  • BJ Penn
  • Dustin Poirier
  • Diego Sanchez
  • James Vick


  • Conor McGregor
  • Jose Aldo
  • Bruce Lee
  • Frankie Edgar
  • Chad Mendes
  • Max Holloway
  • Charles Oliveira
  • BJ Penn
  • Makwan Amirkhani
  • Mirsad Bektic
  • Dennis Bermudez
  • Diego Brandao
  • Dooho Choi
  • Clay Collard
  • Dominick Cruz
  • Hacran Dias
  • TJ Dillashaw
  • Darren Elkins
  • Urijah Faber
  • Clay Guida
  • Daniel Hooker
  • Chan Sung Jung
  • Tatsuya Kawajiri
  • Ricardo Lamas
  • Nik Lentz
  • Dustin Poirier
  • Yair Rodriguez
  • Dennis Siver
  • Jeremy Stephens
  • Cub Swanson


  • Dominick Cruz
  • TJ Dillashaw
  • Bruce Lee
  • Renan Barao
  • Urijah Faber
  • Thomas Almeida
  • Aljamain Sterling
  • Cody Garbrandt
  • Iuri Alcantara
  • Raphael Assuncao
  • Alex Caceres
  • Bryan Caraway
  • John Dodson
  • Johnny Eduardo
  • Mitch Gagnon
  • Manvel Gamburyan
  • Scott Jorgenson
  • Chris Holdsworth
  • John Lineker
  • Michael McDonald
  • Takeya Mizugaki
  • Erik Perez
  • Brad Pickett
  • Francisco Rivera
  • Frankie Saenz
  • Joe Soto
  • Eddie Wineland


  • Demetrious Johnson
  • Joseph Benavidez
  • John Dodson
  • Henry Cejudo
  • Justin Scoggins
  • Kyoji Horiguchi
  • Ian McCall
  • Paddy Holohan
  • Ali Bagautinov
  • Chris Beal
  • Ray Borg
  • Chico Camus
  • Chris Cariaso
  • Jussier Formiga
  • Zach Makovsky
  • John Moraga
  • Dustin Ortiz
  • Sergio Pettis
  • Wilson Reis

Women’s Bantamweight

  • Holly Holm
  • Ronda Rousey
  • Miesha Tate
  • Cat Zingano
  • Julianna Pena
  • Amanda Nunes
  • Bethe Correia
  • Germaine de Randamie
  • Jessica Andrade
  • Liz Carmouche
  • Alexis Davis
  • Ashlee Evans-Smith
  • Jessica Eye
  • Sarah Kaufman
  • Sara Mcmann
  • Lauren Murphy
  • Raquel Pennington
  • Elizabeth Phillips
  • Marion Reneau
  • Leslie Smith

Women’s Strawweight

  • Joanna Jedrzejczyk
  • Claudia Gadelha
  • Rose Namajunas
  • Paige Vanzant
  • Michelle Waterson
  • Tecia Torres
  • Carla Esparza
  • Joanne Calderwood
  • Alexandra Albu
  • Alex Chambers
  • Heather Jo Clark
  • Kailin Curran
  • Aisling Daly
  • Seo Hee Ham
  • Felice Herrig
  • Valerie Letourneau
  • Juliana Lima
  • Randa Markos
  • Maryna Moroz
  • Jessica Penne
  • Bec Rawlings
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Felice Herrig vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz in the works for UFC 223



UFC 223 looks to add a variety of intriguing bouts. With Paul Felder vs. Al Iaquinta reportedly set for the unannounced UFC 223 card, the promotion looks to add a high stakes female flyweight match-up. According to, sources confirmed a bout between Felice Herrig and Karolina Kowalkiewicz, is in the works for the pay-per-view card.


Assuming the match-up does come to be, both women have much to gain from a victory. For Herrig, she currently sits on a four-fight win streak. A streak in which the strawweight contender defeated Kailin Curran, Alexa Grasso, Justine Kish, and Cortney Casey. The MMA veteran, Herrig, began fighting professionally in 2009. As of late, her issues with the marketing machine that is the UFC have intensified.

After demonstrating her technical prowess over Justine Kish at UFC Fight Night 122: Chiesa vs. Lee, Herrig put her emotions on display. She stated at the post-fight media scrum, “Sometimes, I feel like, I’m not young and beautiful enough for the UFC to want to promote me. And it’s sad because I’ve really worked so hard to be here and it’s hard to see these people who’ve not been through what I’ve been through. Who just got into the UFC at the right time. They’re getting all these opportunities and I see how hard I work to get here and it’s just like, it doesn’t matter. I just feel like, ‘I’m not pretty enough and I’m not getting any younger'”.

A frustrated Felice Herrig then spoke to in December. She claimed, “Aside from (former UFC women’s strawweight champ) Joanna (Jedrzejczyk), I’m the only strawweight who’s gone on a four-fight winning streak. That’s a fact. At this point, I want to fight someone in the top 10. It doesn’t really make sense for me to keep fighting girls that are ranked below me. That’s the whole point. If I want to keep working my way up. I fight the most dangerous girls outside the top 10”. The #9 ranked women’s flyweight has a point. In her UFC career, she recorded one loss in six appearances. Yet, she has one co-main event booking, while fighters like Michelle Waterson, booked the main event in her second UFC bout. In Waterson’s third bout, she received a co-main event scheduling. Understandably, Felice Herrig is upset with her situation.

Later in her interview, Herrig brought up Kowalkiewicz as a potential next opponent. “For whatever reason, I really want to fight Karolina. I just think that would be an exciting fight… Stylistically, I really like that fight. She’s ranked above (me), and it may be a good gauge for me,” she stated. Right now, it looks like Herrig is close to getting what she wants.

Kowalkiewicz last fought in her native country of Poland on the UFC Fight Pass card, UFC Fight Night 118: Cowboy vs. Till, in October. The Polish star defeated Jody Esquibel, after losing consecutive contests to former UFC female strawweight champion, Joanna Jedrzejcyk and Claudia Gadelha, respectively.

A win for either makes a good case for the next or an eventual title challenger. Kowalkiewicz holds a victory over current division champion, Rose Namajunas. While a win for Herrig would further establish her impressive win streak and undoubtedly give her the boost in the rankings she deserves.

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Chael Sonnen vs. Rampage Jackson the new main event at Bellator 192



Bellator is getting ready to kick off their heavyweight grand prix at Bellator 192 on January 20th. The grand prix gets started with two former UFC greats who have now set their sights on Bellator gold, Chael Sonnen and Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson. Today it was announced that this heavyweight matchup of two ordinarily light heavyweights will be getting the bump up to the main event. The reason for the change has not been announced.

The main event was scheduled to be the much anticipated welterweight matchup between champion Douglas Lima and former UFC title challenger Rory MacDonald. Bellator has been promoting this event as such the welterweight title fight would get top billing. Earlier this week the fighters involved in the main and co-main event were part of a conference call. At the time there was no mention of the switch to the lineup.

This fight between Sonnen and Jackson is just the first in a series of heavyweight fights leading up to the crowning of the Bellator heavyweight championship in December. There has been great interest shown in this heavyweight grand prix between fans and media, which could attribute to the last minute change.

Lima vs. MacDonald will now serve as the co-main event on January 20th. Lima, who has been with Bellator since 2011 has been accused of being overlooked by the organization. He has held the welterweight title since November 2016 and perhaps has not gotten the showcases he deserves. This event will take place at The Forum in Inglewood, California.

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Bellator announces longtime referee ‘Big’ John McCarthy to join broadcast team



After the announcement last week that Bellator would be parting ways with their longtime color commentary man Jimmy Smith, Bellator has now found their replacement. Bellator announced Tuesday through a press release that they have signed well known MMA referee ‘Big’ John McCarthy to fill the void left by Smith.

McCarthy will be making his commentary debut on January 20th at the much anticipated Bellator 192: Lima vs. MacDonald at The Forum in California. McCarthy will join the likes of Chael Sonnen, as Bellator has also extended his contract as well. The two will be added to the broadcast team that already included former UFC broadcaster Mike Goldberg and Mauro Ranallo.

“With the addition of ‘Big’ John to our broadcast team, we have put together the premier group of MMA commentators ahead of our Jan. 20 debut on the Paramount Network,” Bellator President Scott Coker said via the press release. “With John and Chael providing analysis, you’re getting two people who have spent more time in the cage than they have spent with a headset on, and that will translate to a positive viewing experience for Bellator fans.”

McCarthy has been seen inside the cage for the last 20 years. He is most likely the most recognized referee in MMA. In addition to refereeing, McCarthy is the founder of a program called “C.O.M.M.A.N.D.” This program trains and certifies future MMA referees and judges.

“I first want to say how grateful I am for the opportunity I have been given to work with the incredible team Bellator has assembled. It is always so hard to leave something you love, but I have always wanted to step away based on my terms rather than someone else’s. My goals are to work as hard as I can to meet the expectations everyone will have for me and to hopefully someday exceed them.” McCarthy said via the press release. “I cannot think of anyone I would rather be working with than Scott Coker. Scott has always been a person I admire because of his honesty, loyalty, and love for the martial arts. I want to thank everyone from Bellator and Viacom for the trust you are bestowing upon me to keep the commentating of Bellator MMA at the highest levels of the sport.”

Bellator is in the midst of transitioning their live broadcasts from Spike TV to the new Paramount network.

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