/// First Rule of UFC, Talk About Fight Club
When Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez squares off against top-ranked contender Junior Dos Santos on Nov. 12, the fighters will be making history. Just 12 years after Sen. John McCain spearheaded an effort to ban the UFC altogether–the Arizona Republican called the sport “human cockfighting”–the Velasquez/Dos Santos brawl will air on a national broadcast network in prime time. Make no mistake, the UFC is a delivery system for savage violence, and curious viewers who stumble onto Fox's Saturday night lineup may be astonished by what they see on the screen.
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First Rule of UFC, Talk About Fight Club
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