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Saturday, May 15, 2010

Strikeforce Heavy Artillery Stream

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Strikeforce Heavy Artillery Results and Live Stream Update
Strikeforce: Heavy Artillery live stream updates. Alistair Overeem vs. Brett “The Grim” Rogers is the main event of the evening as Alistair defend his Strikeforce heavyweight title over Brett Rogers.
Alistair Overeem is a heavyweight fighte and considered as one of the best contender to give challenge and fight the world’s No. 1 heavyweight Fedor Emelianenko.

Also in the fightcard of Strikeforce : Artillery is the fight between Andrei “The Pitbull” Arlovski and Antonio “Big Foot” Silva.
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Saturday's Strikeforce show countered by Spike TV "UFC's Ultimate Fights" special (Updated).
 Another Strikeforce event. Another counter-programming special from Spike TV and the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

While Strikeforce hosts a Showtime-televised "St. Louis: Heavy Artillery" card on Saturday from the Scottrade Center, Spike TV airs seven of 2010's best UFC fights as part of a two-and-a-half hour "UFC Ultimate Fights" special that begins at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT.

Featured bouts includes the already-legendary WEC 48 fight between Leonard Garcia and Chan Sung Jung, as well a UFC 111 interim heavyweight title fight between Shane Carwin and Frank Mir.

Other bouts slated for the special include Mark Munoz vs. Kendall Grove (UFC 112), Terry Etim vs. Rafael Dos Anjos (UFC 112), Matt Serra vs Frank Trigg (UFC 109), Nate Diaz vs Rory Markham (UFC 111) and Paulo Thiago vs Mike Swick (UFC 109).
"Strikeforce St. Louis: Heavy Artillery," which also airs at 10 p.m. ET/PT, features five main-card bouts, including headliners of heavyweight champ Alistair Overeem vs. Brett Rogers and ex-UFC champ Andrei Arlovski vs. former EliteXC champ Antonio Silva.

Other bouts include Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza vs. Joey Villasenor, Roger Gracie vs. Kevin Randleman and Antwain Britt vs. Rafael "Feijao" Cavalcante.
Spike TV, the UFC's cable home since 2005, began counter-programming in 2008 when UFC Fight Night 14 went head-to-head with "Affliction: Banned." Since striking deal with CBS and Showtime, though, Strikeforce has since been a frequent target of the UFC's counter-programming. For example, Strikeforce's first CBS-televised event, "Fedor vs. Rogers" in November, went against a "UFC Main Events" two-hour special that featured four major bouts from the UFC's 2009 calendar.

For more on the "Strikeforce St. Louis: Heavy Artillery" event, check out the MMA Rumors section of MMAjunkie.com.


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