The 15 Lamest Event Names in MMA History

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The 15 Lamest Event Names in MMA History

After a contract dispute kept him outside of the Octagon for nearly a year, long-time light-heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz would make his return to the UFC at UFC 44. In his absence, Randy Couture defeated Chuck Liddell to become the interim light-heavyweight champion. With two champions, there was controversy as to which man was the best in the world.

UFC 44: "Undisputed" was an aptly-titled event. The main contest was about bragging rights and removing all questions. When the night was over, Randy Couture would no longer be an interim champion. He would be the Undisputed champion of the world.

Unfortunately, due to a lack of intricate backstory or history between opponents, not all MMA events are given such fitting names. Commonly, promoters will use alliteration to make the name catchier, like Victory in Vegas or Battle on the Boardwalk. While it may not be the most clever promotional tactic, it is acceptable.

This is a list at some of the unacceptable, unoriginal and unfitting names that fight promoters have slapped onto their events. Some of them are laughable, while some are just plain sad.

You be the judge.

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