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You who lives, or is on holiday in Switzerland, they like you, enjoyed it, and is a fan of MMA and the UFC, can not miss the UFC FIGHT NIGHT FIGHT FOR THE TROOPS 2, which will be broadcast live and free, and in great quality here at MMA SWISS, click here to watch the entire event live and free.

PS. The event will be broadcast only to Swiss territory and countries approved by the UFC.

For those who live outside Switzerland and countries not authorized by the live broadcast and free of the UFC, you can see some fights of the event through Facebook by clicking here.

See below the Fight Card, and more about UFC FIGHT FOR THE TROOPS

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Você que vive, ou está de féria na Suíça, você que gosta, curti, e é fã de MMA e do UFC, não pode perder o UFC FIGHT NIGHT, FIGHT FOR THE TROOPS 2, que será transmitido ao vivo e de graça, e em ótima qualidade aqui na MMA SWISS, clique aqui e assista ao evento completo, ao vivo e sem pagar nada.

OBS. O evento será transmitido somente para território Suíço e países autorizado pelo UFC.

Para quem mora fora da Suíça e países não autorizado pela transmissão ao vivo e de graça do UFC, poderá ver algumas lutas do evento através do facebook clicando aqui.

Veja abaixo o card, e mais sobre o UFC FIGHT FOR THE TROOPS

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UFC ‘Fight for the Troops 2’ Preview: The Main Card

by Jason Probst (jprobst@sherdog.com)

Melvin Guillard (left) | Fernando Allende/NY Post/Splash

Fresh off a head-scratching decision loss to former lightweight champion Sean Sherk, the world-ranked Evan Dunham returns to the cage against dangerous Melvin Guillard in theUFC “Fight for the Troops 2” headliner on Saturday at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas.

The event also showcases a pair of heavyweight bouts of interest — Matt Mitrione vs.Tim Hague and Patrick Barry vs. Joey Beltran — and assorted matchups from the lighter weight classes.

A closer look at the main card follows:

Lightweights
Evan Dunham (No. 10 LW) vs. Melvin Guillard

The Matchup: As usual, Guillard brings a lot of on-paper advantages into a match, but how he will apply them is the lingering wild card. He’s a powerful striker and exceptionally strong. Dunham enjoyed a great 2010, scoring significant wins over “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 8 winner Efrain Escudero (submission) and Xtreme Couture Mixed Martial Arts representative Tyson Griffin (decision). After a disputed decision defeat to Sherk in September, Dunham’s first career loss means very little. He remains a lightweight to watch.

Dunham will be tasked with controlling the range against Guillard, who excels at shuffling in and out of striking distance and letting big bombs go. Guillard does not want to get into a battle on the mat, where Dunham excels at transitions, threatening with submissions and constantly putting foes on the defensive. As such, Guillard will have to work his range appropriately, utilizing his strikes before getting away clean. Dunham is strong in the clinch, using his height and tie-ups to bang away and score points.

On paper, as was the case in his fight with Nate Diaz at UFC Fight Night 19, this looks like one Guillard can win. However, he made a key error against Diaz and was submitted by the Stockton, Calif., battler, showing again how a single mistake can cost one dearly inside the Octagon, especially against talented lightweights.

The Pick: Dunham is exactly that kind of guy, and he will survive a tough moment or two before finding an opening and exploiting it, winning by submission in the second. This will serve as a major chin test for Dunham, but it is also the kind of bout in which he can show his mettle and prove whether he deserves to move up another notch in the rankings.

 

 

FIGHT CARD

Matchups:
Melvin Guillard vs. Evan Dunham (No. 10 LW)
Matt Mitrione vs. Tim Hague
Mark Hominick vs. George Roop
Patrick Barry vs. Joey Beltran
Cole Miller vs. Matt Wiman
DaMarques Johnson vs. Michael Guymon
Yves Edwards vs. Cody McKenzie
Waylon Lowe vs. Willamy Freire
Amilcar Alves vs. Charlie Brenneman
Rani Yahya vs. Mike Thomas Brown
Will Campuzano vs. Chris Cariaso
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4 UFC ‘Fight for the Troops 2’ Prelims to Stream on Facebook

On Tuesday, the Ultimate Fighting Championship announced that two preliminary contests from “Fight for the Troops 2” would stream live and for free over social networking site Facebook.

Today, the promotion revealed that the number has doubled, making four prelims that fans may watch free of charge. The stream will now begin at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT on Facebook. Fans must click the “like” button on the UFC’s official Facebook page in order to watch the bouts.

Originally, the UFC was to stream a lightweight scrap between “TUF 12” participant Cody McKenzie and savvy veteran Yves Edwards, as well as a welterweight showdown pitting Mike Guymon against DaMarques Johnson. Joining those bouts will be a featherweight duel between former WEC champion Mike Thomas Brown and jiu-jitsu ace Rani Yahya, and a lightweight battle between Waylon Lowe and Willamy “Chiquerim” Freire.

The event, which takes place tonight at Fort Hood near Killeen, Texas, will be headlined by a lightweight scrap between the world-ranked Evan Dunham and Greg Jackson-trainedMelvin Guillard. Also on the card are two heavyweight contests, as former NFL talentMatt Mitrione will square off with Canadian Tim Hague, and kickboxer Pat Barry takes on the scrappy Joey Beltran. Rounding out the main card will be a pivotal featherweight showdown between Mark Hominick and George Roop, as well as a lightweight affair between Cole Miller and Matt Wiman.

Also known as UFC Fight Night 23, “Troops 2” will mark the second UFC-promoted event through which money is raised to benefit the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. The promotion’s first “Troops” show took place in December 2008.

 

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