Home » MMA DVDs » The Ultimate Fighting Championship: Ultimate Brazil [VHS]

The Ultimate Fighting Championship: Ultimate Brazil [VHS]

The Ultimate Fighting Championship: Ultimate Brazil [VHS]

The Ultimate Fighting Championship: Ultimate Brazil [VHS] Detail :

Added on : September 16, 2013
Categories : MMA DVDs
Product Code : 1573626538
Viewed : 137 Times
Rating :
Price :
$ 14.99
Buy The Ultimate Fighting Championship: Ultimate Brazil [VHS]

Product Description

From it's beginning, the UFC has ushered in great fighters from Brazil. From Royce Gracie to Vitor Belfort, Brazil has provided the MMA scene with skilled individuals who changed the fighting world. This particular UFC would take place in Brazil, and would prove to be one of the most exciting cards to date. The card was different from the get go. No tournaments meant no injuries, and subs. Individual fights just like a regular fight card would go. The first fight was between local product Ebeneezer Braga and Jeremy Horn. The fight would wind up being fast and exciting, with an incredible choke. Fight 2 would see Tsyoshi Kosaka battle Pete Williams,in a pancrase style of fight. Neither fighter wanted to hit each other while on the ground, but a few exchanges were made on their feet. The third fight would determine the UFC's first lightweight champion as Pat Miletich would battle Mikey Burnett. The last 3 fights would be the best fights and alone worth the tape itself. First Vitor B

Related Ultimate Fighting Championship Products

Be Sociable, Share!

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Card, Great Fights!, September 5, 2000
By 
greverio "greverio" (Centreville, Virginia United States) - See all my reviews
This review is from: The Ultimate Fighting Championship: Ultimate Brazil [VHS] (VHS Tape)
From it's beginning, the UFC has ushered in great fighters from Brazil. From Royce Gracie to Vitor Belfort, Brazil has provided the MMA scene with skilled individuals who changed the fighting world. This particular UFC would take place in Brazil, and would prove to be one of the most exciting cards to date.

The card was different from the get go. No tournaments meant no injuries, and subs. Individual fights just like a regular fight card would go. The truth is that todays fighters are far more skilled than ones of 5+ years ago, and we see more effort used in the opening rounds of tournaments thus more injuries occur. The first fight was between local product Ebeneezer Braga and Jeremy Horn. The fight would wind up being fast and exciting, with an incredible choke. Fight 2 would see Tsyoshi Kosaka battle Pete Williams,in a pancrase style of fight. Neither fighter wanted to hit each other while on the ground, but a few exchanges were made on their feet. The third fight would determine the UFC's first lightweight champion as Pat Miletich would battle Mikey Burnett. The fight would go the distance with a close decision. Really any fighter could have won this fight.

The last 3 fights would be the best fights and alone worth the tape itself. First Vitor Belfort would fight against fellow country-man Vanderlai Silva. Belfort had not been the same since his early fights, this was to be his time to show the world he was back. Vanderlai Silva was new to the UFC, but not to the MMA scene. He earned the fight after beating Mike Van Arsdale in a Brazilian event. This fight will blow you away! The following fight would pit "Tank" Abbott against Pedro Rizzo. Abbott was back to fight another Brazilian fighter and hopefully beat another one again. This time he went up against a smarter, tougher, and better fighter in Pedro Rizzo. This would mark the last we see of ol' Tank as he left MMA to join the WCW(PRO Wrestling). Finally he went were he truly belonged: The Circus. The main event would pit Middleweight Champion Frank Shamrock against the only person ever to beat him in a MMA fight. John Lober, a journeyman fighter actually beat Shamrock in his first MMA fight. While Shamrock was the favorite, this was a great way to finally put his only blemish away for good. Shamrock would display kicks, punches, and superior conditioning in this exciting fight.

The Brazilian crowd was rowdy, but not rude. They respect the fighters and the fight itself.

Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No


7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A fantastic UFC!, August 11, 1999
This review is from: The Ultimate Fighting Championship: Ultimate Brazil [VHS] (VHS Tape)
The Tank Abbot-Pedro Rizzo fight alone makes this a worthwhile purchase. Frank Shamrock and Vitor Belfort are also extremely impressive in this video. Some of the best fights in the UFC to date. You have to include this in your collection.
Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No


4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Belfort is Back!, January 31, 2000
This review is from: The Ultimate Fighting Championship: Ultimate Brazil [VHS] (VHS Tape)
This is a very good UFC.Vitor Belfort is so quick, he should be a pro boxer.Tank Vs Rizzo is a real brawl,and Frank Shamrock shows the machine Lober who's the boss.Only UFC 6 and UU2 are better than this!
Help other customers find the most helpful reviews 
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No


Share your thoughts with other customers:
 See all 7 customer reviews...
Buy The Ultimate Fighting Championship: Ultimate Brazil [VHS]
The Ultimate Fighting Championship: Ultimate Brazil [VHS] 4.7 137 Times $ 199.99