We were spoiled this past week with an onslaught of exciting UFC action. In fact, we were treated to an unheard of three events in a three-week span. But, we're still not satisfied – we want more!
So what's next?
The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 4 finale is slated for November 11, which will showcase the final two middleweight (Pete Sell or Travis Lutter vs. Patrick Cote or Edwin Dewees) and welterweight (Chris Lytle vs. Matt Sera or Shonie Carter) contestants in each of their respective divisions.
Naturally, this is a non Pay Per View (PPV) event, which will air on SpikeTV for free.
It will be interesting to see which middleweight fighter will earn a shot at the division title against newly anointed champion Anderson Silva. This has now become an unenviable assignment, especially after "The Spider" just made Rich Franklin – a fine mixed martial artist and former champion – look very ordinary.
In addition, it is rumored that TUF 3 light heavyweight champion, Michael Bisping, will make his long-awaited post-TUF Octagon debut that same night as part of the nine-bout card. UFCmania will keep you posted as more official announcements are made available – we don't like to speculate.
Also, don't forget the monster UFC 65: "Bad Intentions" card on November 18 that again features two championship fights. Current champions Matt Hughes and Tim Sylvia will put their belts on the line against two very worthy opponents, Georges St. Pierre and Jeff Monson, respectively.
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