UFC confirms UFC on FUEL TV 7, UFC on FUEL TV 8 in Japan, UFC 157 in California

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Biggavelli
11/13/12 10:28:57PM
The UFC's spring plans are quickly materializing, and the promotion today confirmed a trio of previously reported fight cards for the first quarter of 2013.

As MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) first reported, UFC 157 takes place Feb. 23 at the 15,000-seat Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif.

The promotion also confirmed a Feb. 16 event previously announced will serve as UFC on FUEL TV 7, though a venue for the fight card was not revealed. Additionally, officials revealed the March 3 event announced this past weekend will serve as UFC on FUEL TV 8.

The fight cards were confirmed on Tuesday's new edition of FUEL TV's "UFC Tonight."

The three fight cards take place on consecutive weekends, and the official announcement of the events now means the UFC has a run of six events in the seven weeks between "UFC on FX 7: Belfort vs. Bisping" on Jan. 19 and UFC on FUEL TV 8 on March 3.

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sparky
11/13/12 10:57:16PM
The more MMA events the better in my opinion. There are so many fighters out there yet to be seen and more events means more chances for them to be found
Biggavelli
11/13/12 11:12:57PM

Posted by sparky

The more MMA events the better in my opinion. There are so many fighters out there yet to be seen and more events means more chances for them to be found



I was gonna shot you a props but I gotta pread the love!
Gogoplatapus
11/13/12 11:22:29PM

Posted by sparky

The more MMA events the better in my opinion. There are so many fighters out there yet to be seen and more events means more chances for them to be found



...more highlight reels to build.
prozacnation1978
11/13/12 11:40:55PM
With now confirmed overeem vs big foot for co main
For 156

It should be a shoe in that hendo vs machida lands on 157
Bubbles
11/14/12 9:48:14AM

Posted by Biggavelli

The three fight cards take place on consecutive weekends, and the official announcement of the events now means the UFC has a run of six events in the seven weeks between "UFC on FX 7: Belfort vs. Bisping" on Jan. 19 and UFC on FUEL TV 8 on March 3.