UFC on Fuel 6: 3 Reasons You Can't Miss This Event

Anthony Fusco@fusconation16Correspondent IIINovember 6, 2012

UFC on Fuel 6: 3 Reasons You Can't Miss This Event

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    The UFC will return this Saturday, November 10th with their first card since UFC 153 back in October. It has been a long time for the fans, but thankfully the wait is almost over.

    The UFC on Fuel 6 Card will feature some exciting bouts that are guaranteed to entertain the fans. The card features a wide variety of fighters who are primed to do what they do best and make this UFC on Fuel card a memorable one.

It Is the UFC's First Card in China

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    The UFC is committed to moving into new markets. What better place to start then China?

    This Fuel card comes live from Macau, China. China has always been a hotbed for martial arts and bringing the UFC there is a logical move.

    There is some good local talent on the card as well, and it will be interesting to see how the fans there react and what atmosphere they provide.

The Main Event Is Between Two Exciting Former Champions

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    The main event of the night of what should be an unforgettable fight is between two former champions: Rich Franklin and Cung Le.

    Fans will not be hard to entertain with these two going at it. Le will be utilizing his flashy spinning kicks and fists, while Franklin will look for opportunities to trade and land that knockout blow.

    Both of these fighters never give up and fight for the fans first. Those factors make this main event a perfect choice for an introduction into the China market.

The Card Features Some Entertaining Scraps

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    Aside from the main event the card also features some great scraps.

    Flyweights Yasuhiro Urushitani and John Lineker will engage in a fast-paced battle guaranteed to produce fireworks.

    Local fighting star Tiequan Zhang will be in action against Jon Tuck, who is making his UFC debut.

    A final intriguing fight is between "The Fireball Kid" Takanori Gomi and The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) winner Mac Danzig.

    The UFC is primed to enter China with a bang, and if all the scraps on this card go as planned, it should produce one fantastic night for UFC fans in China and across the world.

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