(If I have one regret in life, it’s that I was not able to rate the Cabbage vs. Tank fight more than ten Octagons.)
From a press release sent out by Spike:
In celebration of UFC 100
, Spike TV will present a 5-part special, highlighting the best 100 bouts in UFC history, as voted on by the fans. Voting will begin on May 1 on Spike.com (Ultimate100.spike.com
) where fans can choose their top 100 fights from an extensive list of bouts selected by the UFC and Spike TV.
Each episode of “UFC’s Ultimate 100: Greatest Fights” will count down the top 100 with action-packed moments from each contest. The first one-hour installment will premiere Sunday, July 5 at 9:00pm ET/PT, with the next three episodes airing Monday July 6-Wednesday, July 8 at 9:00pm ET/PT. The final episode airs Saturday, July 11 at 9:00pm ET/PT which will conclude a re-broadcast of the entire voted UFC bout.
To help make things easier, Spike and the UFC narrowed it down to 177 fights that you can vote on. But some of their selections are amazingly random. What kind of snot-nosed noob is going to rate Browning vs. Kaplan the most epic fight ever? (Don’t get any ideas, you jokers.) Cummo vs. Crocota? Christison vs. Imes? Who even remembers this shit? We might as well be allowed to vote on every UFC fight, ever. Anyway, your votes do count, so give it a look, and if you spot any notable omissions, let us know in the comments section.