- SKU: 8463067
- Release Date: 08/07/2007
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Ratings & Reviews
He may have been dethroned, but two-time champion Royce Gracie isn't going down without a fight. With this release, fans can be there to witness each and every devastating body blow and cheer Cracie on as he fights his way back to the top in a UFC release that delivers all of the hard-hitting action fight fans have come to expect. Of course Gracie isn't the only brawler looking to make a name for himself in the UFC, and as a series of other master fighters step into the ring, fans will witness some of the most brutal fighting ever captured on camera. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
UFC 2: No Way Out
Fred Ettisch, Royce Gracie, and Pat Smith go to town in this follow-up and follow-on of the first Ultimate Fighting Championship, with double the action -- 16 warriors this round as opposed to eight for the first UFC release. More than a video game and lots scarier than WWF, these no-holds-barred fights between black-belt champions and just plain tough guys are close up and well edited to keep the viewer's attention. There are few rules in this arena short of no eye gouging but anything else, from kneed groins to the right to clonk your opponent unconscious, is allowed and cheered by fans who have come to see the show. ~ Leslie Birdwell, Rovi
UFC 1: The Beginning
The UFC is a fierce competition of wrestling, fighting, and martial arts. In this first bout, eight men competed for the principle title winner in the UFC. The first fight was a bare-knuckles brawl in a steel octagon with no rules or weight limits. The video caused some controversy because it was a bout that bore no regulations or rules for the contestants. ~ Forrest Spencer, Rovi
UFC 3: The American Dream
There's nothing like the classics, and with this release, fight fans can witness some of the most controversial and high-impact brawls in UFC history. There are no rounds, no rules, and no way out once these fighters step into the ring, and when the fists start flying all bets are off until a body hits the mat. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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