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UFC 92: The Ultimate 2008

  • Las Vegas' Mir completes journey

    By Andy Samuelson · Dec. 28, 2008 · 7 a.m.

    Frank Mir didn’t have to say he was officially back Saturday night, his emotions inside the Octagon said it all. Moments after becoming the first man to ever stop the legendary Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, the 29-year-old Las Vegas native buried his face inside his hat to fight back tears.

  • Underdogs have their day

    By Christine Killimayer · Dec. 28, 2008 · 7:00 a.m.

    Underdogs Have Their Day

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    As the final, and biggest fight card of the year, UFC 92 featured the rise of the long shots as Quinton Jackson, Frank Mir and Rashad Evans handily beat the odds and their opponents Saturday night at the MGM Grand.

  • An electric evening

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    UFC 92: The Ultimate 2008 lived up to its billing Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. All three underdogs won their fights as Rashad Evans defeated Forrest Griffin for the light heavyweight title, Frank Mir won the interim heavyweight title over Antonio Noguiera, and Quinton Jackson knocked out Wanderlei Silva.

  • Unassuming champ ready for challenge

    By Andy Samuelson · Dec. 27, 2008 · 6:00 a.m.

    If Tuesday’s dress rehearsal offers any indication of how tonight’s Ultimate Fighting Championship’s light heavyweight title fight at UFC 92 will go, then the champ, Forrest Griffin, already finds himself a round behind on the scorecards.

  • Enough action for several cards

    By Jeff Haney · Dec. 26, 2008 · 2:00 a.m.

    Mixed martial arts fans surely would be satisfied with any of the three headlining fights on the card as a main event, so to have them all on the same show is an extra treat.

  • Preview: Griffin vs. Evans

    By Christine Killimayer · Dec. 27, 2008 · 9:20 a.m.

    Preview: Griffin vs. Evans

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    As the biggest card of the year, UFC 92 is headlined by Forrest Griffin vs. Rashad Evans for the light heavyweight title.

  • UFC’s best not burdened by holidays

    By Andy Samuelson · Dec. 17, 2008 · 2:00 a.m.

    ‘Tis the season … unless you’re a mixed martial artist who's been cooped up in the gym training for the last two months. “I never really liked the holidays anyway,” said a monotone-sounding Forrest Griffin, during a teleconference Tuesday when he was asked if it’s difficult to train during the holiday season.

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