Top Ten Best UFC Fights of All Time

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Top Ten Best UFC Fights of All Time

Top Ten Best UFC Fights of All Time

The Top Ten Greatest UFC Fights of All Time

Today, the UFC is the world’s largest MMA promotion business, and its president, Dana White, has only fueled its growth. With a single philosophy of providing the best of the greatest, this venue has grown through time to provide highly entertaining and jaw-dropping contests.

Indeed, every combatant aspires to be the best in this domain. As a result, they have been pushing just themselves, thereby improving their fighting.

Rory Macdonald II vs. Robbie Lawler (Best UFC Fights of All Time)

Their fight combines remarkable accomplishments, thrills, and plenty of action.

Today, we’ll go through the top 10 best UFC fights of all time.

The Top Ten Greatest UFC Fights of All Time

All of these battles are fan favorites and were thrilling to the audiences.

The presentation of the best UFC fights alone gives off the sheer vibe of the greatest champion’s struggle of all time.

10) UFC 195: Condit vs. Lawler

Starting at the bottom of the list is the fight on January 2, 2016.

Robbie Lawler and Carlos Condit squared off in the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

When the fight was publicized, everyone could only think of one word: “violence.”

The bout lasted a total of five rounds.

Both of them traded vicious punches and leg kicks in between.

In summary, Lawler did the greatest damage when Condit tried for volume with a high-range kick.

By the end of the round, the fight had taken a turn that the fans had anticipated, and Kevin Lole couldn’t help but tweet about it

Overall, Lawler was victorious via a split decision, marking his second championship defense.

9) UFC Fight Night 33: Bigfoot vs. Hunt (Silva)

This fight took place in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.

The event, which took place on December 6, 2013, was aired live on FOX Sports 1.

Furthermore, an extreme case of a fight between Mark Hunt and Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva captivated everyone.

Of course, everyone expected one of them to knock out the other, but things took a terrible turn.

Within the first 25 minutes of the fight, the judges declared a draw.

Hunt initially came around for contact only after Silva’s four cautious kicks.

8. UFC 236 pits Gastelum vs Adesanya

Israel Adesanya fought Kelvin Gastelum on February 10, 2019, at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia.

It was dubbed the finest UFC bout of 2019.

This fight appeared to be everything that anyone could have hoped for, lasting five rounds in total.

Everyone expected Gastelum to win the fight since he dominated Adesanya aggressively.

Kelvin was also hurt at the close of the fourth round, but he turned the tables with his fight tempo in the last seconds.

Indeed, he ended the match with three knockdowns in the final 70 seconds.

7) Matt Hughes vs. Frank Trigg II at UFC 52

The co-main event of UFC 52 was a rematch between Matt Hughes and Frank Trigg after their first fight on April 16, 2005.

Most people referred to it as “bad blood” between them.

It has become one of the most electrifying single-round battles in UFC history in a single sentence.

During the bout, Trigg took the first opportunity to hit Hughes with a series of punches, followed by an almost choke sunk.

Matt Hughes vs. Frank Trigg
Matt Hughes vs. Frank Trigg n UFC Hall of Fame fight

Hughes, on the other hand, threw a barrage of punches and slams.

He eventually won the match with a rear-naked choke.

6) UFC 225: Romero vs. Whittaker 2

This fight between Robert Whittaker and Yoel Romero, widely regarded as an all-time classic, took place on June 9, 2018.

This game took place in the United Center in Chicago, Illinois.

Obviously, it elevated entertaining to a new level from the start of the match to the completion of round five.

Right at the opening of the bout, Romero used an oblique kick in a new style that placed Whittaker in a bind

In addition, Romero was posed with quick movements, whilst Whittaker was on the defensive in the opening round. By the second round, Romero had a swollen eye, while Whittaker was on wobbly knees by the third.

However, near the finish of the fight, Whittaker took command and even passed Romero a head kick that stunned the audience.

Not to add that the third round of the match was dubbed the “Round of the Year.”

Meanwhile, it was that one battle that established Whittaker as one of the most decorated competitors in UFC history.

5) UFC 202: McGregor vs. Diaz 2

On August 20, 2016, Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz engaged in one of their bloody battles.

The fight took place at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, which is part of the Las Vegas metropolitan region, and lasted five rounds.

Many people described their fight as a true wall because both of them were bloodied by the end.

McGregor vs. Diaz
McGregor vs. Diaz UFC Fight. Source: ESPN

The contest opened off quickly, with Conor taking volumes.

Nate quickly followed, and by the third round, it was a total brawl.

They were both putting pressure on each other as they took powerful shots with deep breaths near the finale.

4. Griffin versus Bonner I

The match between Forrest Griffin and Stephan Bonnar took place at Cox Pavillion as the co-main event of The Ultimate Fighter 1 Finale.

The bout is regarded as the best of all time, not only in the UFC but also in MMA in general.

Not to mention one of history’s most entertaining and memorable fights.

This fight from 2005 is also the driving force behind the UFC’s current success.

To elaborate, the fight lasted three rounds and was dubbed “the drama-filled combat on the octagon.”

That fifteen-minute fight changed the course of history and landed Griffin a six-figure deal. Both were inducted into the 2013 Hall of Fame for their efforts.

3. UFC 165 pits Jones against Gustafsson.

So we’ve reached the top three battles on the list. On September 21, 2013, one of the greatest fights in the promotion’s history, Joe Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson, took place.

The event took place at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre in Ontario, Canada. Furthermore, this bout was recognized in the Hall of Fame.

Gustafsson gave Jones one of the toughest battles of his career, and the fight lasted four rounds.

Jones sealed the victory with a unanimous decision (48-47, 48-47, 49-46).

2) Shogun vs. Henderson at UFC 139

The battle between Rua Shogun and Dan Henderson on November 19, 2011, is almost everyone’s favorite.

The second fight on the list is also one of president Dana White’s personal top three fights of all time.

To clarify, this event was placed at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California, and the octagon was filled with only spectacular moves.

Overall, Henderson had Rua down early in the fight, but Rua quickly turned the tables.

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Henderson vs. Shogun

As the entire octagon was in use, the battle featured a succession of submission attempts.

In fact, the boxers did not leave any area untouched, from the floor to the cage to the corners.

As the battle neared its conclusion, Rua increased his offensive efforts.

Henderson won the match with a score of 48-47.

1) Rory MacDonald II vs. Robbie Lawler

On top of the list is the fight between Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald, which took place at UFC 189 on July 11, 2015.

It was the best fight ever, lasting four rounds.

Lawler spewed out blood during the bout, while Rory stood there with swollen eyes and a nose.

Indeed, the bloody combat had an effect on the fighter even after that night.

Overall, Lawler triumphed mercilessly through TKO (punches).

The pace was set from the outset, and the second round saw numerous quality strokes exchanged.

Similarly, the third round included damage from the powerful punches, as well as a tremendous head kick from Rory.

The barrage came to an end when the lawyer delivered a devastating knockout.