You like MMA or UFC?
You know the rules of MMA or UFC?
This application has images of strokes used in MMA or UFC. Shows the current champions of each category and information about them such as how many defeats, victory, class, nationality, style and team. Also informations on rounds, Fouls, Weight divisions, match outcome, Judging criteria, Conduct Match, and date of the UFC or MMA events.
√ Information on current champions of each category MMA or UFC.
√ Images of strokes used in MMA or UFC.
√ Information about Fouls information about MMA or UFC.
√ Information about Rounds about MMA or UFC.
√ Information about Weight divisions MMA or UFC.
√ Information about Judging criteria MMA or UFC.
√ Victories, defeats, class, nationality, style of the fighters.
Upon entering the application you will have a menu with four options (Current champions, images, information and event dates. In option champions will show a list of the current UFC champions, the option images will show images lists with strokes used by MMA or UFC fighter. The option information will display on information reported on rounds, Fouls, Weight divisions, match outcome, Judging criteria, Match conduct. And finally the date menu of events and show dates of the UFC events.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is an American mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion company and the largest in the world. It hosts most of the top-ranked fighters and produces numerous events worldwide. The UFC has seven weight-divisions and enforces the Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts. Dana White serves as the president of the UFC; Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta control its parent company, Zuffa, LLC.
Inspired by vale tudo tournaments in Brazil, the UFC and the sport of MMA have roots in the ancient Olympic combat sport of Pankration in 648 BC. In 1993, the UFC held its first competition in Denver, Colorado. Showcasing fighters of different disciplines—including boxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, wrestling, Muay Thai, karate and other styles—the UFC sought to identify the most effective martial art in a real fight.
With a cable-television deal and expansion into Canada, Europe, Australia the Middle East, Asia and new markets within the United States, the UFC as of 2011 has gained in popularity, along with greater mainstream-media coverage. As of 2001 viewers can access UFC programming on pay-per-view television in the U.S., Brazil , Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Italy. UFC programming can also be found on Spike, Versus, and the Fox Network in the U.S., on ESPN in the United Kingdom and Ireland, as well as in 150 countries and 22 different languages worldwide. UFC also carries a mobile site for on the go users and a Sports Bars page for events.