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UFC - the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the number one no rules, bare fist fighting championship. It has been going on for a number of years and is banned in many States and some places in Canada. Although there can be alot of blood, fights usually end with joint locks or choke holds ..... see below ..... and it is generally the more skilled opponent that wins. Size is an advantage, but skill in ending the fights with a finishing move (choke out, joint locks, etc.) are the best.
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Arm Lock .. A well executed arm lock with the legs around the head and body, forearm well locked and elbow hyperextended through pelvic pressure. OUCH!!!!! Knee Lock .. Legs hooked locking body movement. Both hands clasped behind heel and pelvic pressure hyperextending the knee backwards ...... A definite finishing move!!

Guillotine .. A poorly executed guillotine. Head nicely locked, but without any leg hooks there is no way to apply pressure to really finish the opponent. If standing, arching back and going up on toes finishes it ... quickly!!! Head Hammer .. A regular judo/wrestling ground, side head lock, with the addition of a pounding left fist to the face. Can be a finisher but not as effective as chokes or limb locks.

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Explanation of the Ultimate Fighting Challenge (UFC)

The Ultimate Fighting Championship is a classic bare knuckles competition. The fight occurs inside an octagon that is 32 feet across.  The fighters are contained by a 5 foot link fence. Most participants have martial arts training in some discipline, however, this is by no means a requirement. It has a no holds barred philosophy although some rules have been added recently.

Winner is decided by ......

  • By Submission (opponent taps mat)
  • Knocked Out 
  • Disqualification 
  • Referee or doctor stops the fight
  • The opponent's corner throws in the towel
  • By judges in the later UFCs 

Some of the arts represented:

  • Boxing
  • Greco-Roman Wrestling
  • Jui-Jtsu
  • Judo
  • Karate
  • Kickboxing
  • Kung Fu
  • Ninja
  • Sumo
  • Vale Tudo

There is also a match called the 'Superfight' . This is a fight between the previous Ultimate Champion and the Ultimate Challenger.

Development of Rules:

Originally the rules were very limited. No biting, no fishhooking (to nostrils, mouth, etc). Also, eye gouging, and throat strikes have always be prohibited.

Other rules were later added such as no small joint manipulations (fingers, toes) and no hair pulling or groin shots. Time limits were also added.

Results of UFC I - III

UFC I - was in Denver.

Participants, results and styles of fighting:

  1. Jason Delucia (Kung Fu) defeated Trent Jenkins (Karate)
  2. Gerard Gordeau (Savate) defeated Teila Tuli (Sumo)
  3. Kevin Rosier (Kickboxing) defeated Zane Frazier (Kempo Karate)
  4. Royce Gracie (Gracie Jiu-Jitsu) defeated Art  Jimmerson (Boxing)
  5. Ken Shamrock (Shootfigthing) defeated Pat Smith (Kickboxing) with a leglock
  6. Gerard Gordeau (Savate) defeated Kevin Rosier(kickboxing)
  7. Royce Gracie (Gracie Jiu-Jitsu) defeated Ken Shamrock (Shootfigthing)
  8. Royce Gracie (Gracie Jiu-Jitsu) defeats Gerard Gordeau(Savate)

Royce Gracie is Champion of UFC I

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UFC II - was in Denver

Participants, results and styles:

Fred Ettish (Karate) 
Trent Jenkins (Karate) 


  1. Scott Morris (Ninjitsu) defeats Sean Daugherty (Karate)
  2. Pat Smith (Kickboxing) defeats Ray Wizard (Karate)
  3. Johnny Rhodes (Karate) defeats David Levicki (Kung Fu)
  4. Frank Hammaker (Karate) defeats Thaddeus Luster (Kung Fu)
  5. Orlando Weit (Muay Thai) defeats Robert Lucarrelli (Kickboxing)
  6. Remco Pardoel (Jiu-Jitsu/Judo) defeats Alberto Leon (Penchak Silat)
  7. Jason Delucia (Kung Fu) defeats Scott Baker (Kung Fu)
  8. Royce Gracie (Gracie Jiu-Jutsu) defeats Minoki Ichihara (Karate)
  9. Pat Smith (Kickboxing) defeats Scott Morris (Ninjitsu)
  10. Johnny Rhodes (Karate) defeats Fred "Ettish (Karate)
  11. Remco Pardoel (Jui-Jitsu/Judo) defeats Orlando Weit (Muay Thai)
  12. Royce Gracie (Gracie Jui-Jitsu) defeats Jason DeLucia (Kung Fu)
  13. Pat Smith (Kickboxing) defeats Johnny Rhodes (karate)
  14. Royce Gracie (Gracie Jiu-Jitsu) defeats Remco Pardoel (Jiu-Jitsu/Judo)
  15. Royce Gracie (Gracie Jiu-Jitsu) defeats Pat Smith (Kickboxing)

Royce Gracie is Champion of UFC II

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UFC III - was held in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Participants, results and styles:

Steve Jennum (Ninjitsu) 
Felix Lee Mitchell (Kung Fu) 

  1. Keith Hackney (Kempo Karate) defeats Emmanuel Yarbrough (Sumo)
    NOTE 1: Keith Hackney broke his hand against Emmanuel Yarbrough - could not continue.
  2. Ken Shamrock (Shootfigthing) defeats Christophe Leininger (Judo)
  3. Harold Howard (Karate) defeats Roland  Payne (Muay Thai)
  4. Royce Gracie (Gracie Jui-Jitsu) defeats Kimo (Pancration)
  5. Ken Shamrock (Shootfigthing) defeats Felix Lee Mitchell (Kung Fu)
  6. NOTE 2: Royce Gracie (Gracie Jui-Jitsu) could not fight against Harold Howard (Karate) because of an injury in the Kimo fight
  7. NOTE 3: Ken Shamrock unable to continue due to injury in Mitchell fight
  8. Steve Jennum as alternate for Shamrock defeats Harold Howard (Karate)

Steve Jennum wins UFC III

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