A new era in the Mixed Martial Arts world began when Las Vegas Cagefighting was formed. MMA stars from all around the world signed contracts and are ready to fight.
Rounds: There are three rounds for non-championship bouts and five rounds for championship bouts.
Ways to Win: The fighter can win by Submission, Knockout, Technical Knockout or Judge's Decision.
A fight can also end in a technical decision, disqualification, forfeit, technical draw or no contest.
Match conduct: After a verbal warning the referee can stop the fighters and stand them up if they reach a stalemate on the ground (where neither are in a dominant position or working towards one). This rule is codified in Nevada as the stand-up rule.
If the referee pauses the match, it is resumed with the fighters in their prior positions.
Grabbing the cage brings a verbal warning, followed by an attempt by the referee to release the grab by pulling on the grabbing hand. If that attempt fails or if the fighter continues to hold the cage, the referee may charge a foul.
Brock Lesnar (LVC 1, Defenses: 0)
Light Heavyweight Championship:
Tito Ortiz (LVC 1, Defenses: 0)
Vitor Belfort (LVC 1, Defenses: 0)
BJ Penn (LVC 1, Defenses: 0)
Clay Guida (LVC 1, Defenses: 0)
Fighters will be posted in a few minutes.