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UFC 163: 'Aldo vs. Jung' live from the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday August 4 on Foxtel. Main card PPV on Main Event at 12pm AEST and prelims on FUEL TV Australia at 10am AEST
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Champ Jose Aldo vs. Chan Sung Jung - for featherweight title
Phil Davis vs. Lyoto Machida
Josh Koscheck vs. Demian Maia
Cezar Ferreira vs. Clint Hester
John Lineker vs. Phil Harris
Boxing has long been called the Theater of the Unexpected, but mixed martial arts can lay claim to that title as well, because with so many ways to win, there are also so many ways for big favorites to lose. As we hit the halfway point of 2013, here are the biggest upsets of the year thus far.
5 – Kelvin Gastelum-Uriah Hall
Uriah Hall was scary during season 17 of The Ultimate Fighter. So scary that many believed all the New Yorker needed to do was show up for his final bout against unheralded Kelvin Gastelum and pick up his UFC contract and trophy. Gastelum, a 21-year-old who fought against the odds from the time he made it on the show, wasn't concerned with what everyone else thought. He knew he had the goods to win the fight and he did just that, toughing out a split decision win to become the TUF 17 winner and pick up his very own UFC contract.
4 – Renee Forte-Terry Etim
A couple years back, Terry Etim was all set to be the next British UFC star, the next in a line that started with Michael Bisping and Dan Hardy. He didn't have the brash, media-friendly personality of The Count and The Outlaw, but he did have four Submission of the Night awards that showed he could fight. And whether it was the aftermath of his head kick knockout at the hands of Edson Barboza in 2012, ring rust following a year long layoff, or just a heckuva night for TUF Brazil 1's Renee Forte, when the two collided in February, Etim just couldn't find his rhythm, allowing Forte to sail to a unanimous decision victory that also prompted the Liverpool native's release from the promotion.
UFC Johnson vs. Moraga live from the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington, Sunday July 28 on Foxtel, featuring flyweight title fight with Demetrious Johnson vs. John Moraga. Main card on FUEL TV and FOX Sports Australia at 10am AEST and prelims on FUEL TV at 7am AEST
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Demetrious Johnson vs. John Moraga
Jake Ellenberger vs. Rory MacDonald
Robbie Lawler vs. Siyar Bahadurzada
Liz Carmouche vs. Jessica Andrade