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In the early days of the UFC, it was just a bunch of guys beating each other up in a cage, with no rules and no weight classes. The fighters didn’t even really go by their real names; instead, they would be given nicknames or “machines” to explain what they did in the ring. There were no prelims to get to the fights, no weigh-ins to make sure they were within the limits, and the fighters could do whatever they wanted in the cage. Imagine if you could fight in a cage and there were no rules.
The UFC has come a long way from the early days. Slowly, weight classes and rules were added, and the fights became more and more interesting.
The first UFC was held in November 1993. The main event was a fight between Royce Gracie and Ken Shamrock. Gracie was a Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioner, and Shamrock was a wrestler. There were no weight classes, no gloves, no rounds, and no time limit. The fight lasted for five minutes, and Gracie used his jiu-jitsu to defeat Shamrock. The first UFC was an instant success, and it even had a few celebrities in the audience.
The UFC was on its way to becoming the big sport it is today. As the UFC grew, so did the weight classes. There were now six weight classes for the fighters. There were Light Heavyweights, Middleweights, Welterweights, Lightweights, Featherweights, and Bantamweights. As the sport grew, the fighters became more well-known and the sport started to develop a fan base.
The UFC has had its share of ups and downs. There have been a lot of ups, though. In 1998, the UFC was purchased by Zuffa, who later became the UFC. Zuffa is a company that owns a lot of other fight promotions, such as the WEC.
Zuffa has helped the UFC become the sport it is today, and it is still growing. The UFC has had many great moments in its history. One of them was in 2001 when the UFC held its first PPV. The main event of the night featured Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz. It was a great fight, and it helped the UFC become a more popular sport. The UFC has also had many legendary fighters.
Chuck Liddell was one of the sport’s biggest stars. He is considered one of the best light heavyweight fighters of all time. He has held the Light Heavyweight Title for two separate reigns.
The UFC has also had some legendary champions. Georges St. Pierre was one of the sport’s best Welterweight fighters. He held the Welterweight Title for a long time, and he is considered one of the greatest fighters of all time.
The UFC has had a lot of ups and downs, but all and all it has become the sport it is today. The fights are still brutal and the fights are still entertaining. The UFC has come a long way since it started in 1993, and the UFC is still going strong.