A deep show (in our opinion) is one that features matches between fighters that are BOTH ranked at the time of the match.  These first-half shows had the most of these matches.

1st Place: UFC 97 [11]

T-2nd Place: Affliction 2, UFC 95, UFC 98, Sengoku Seventh [9]


Rounding out the Top 10

T-6th: UFC Fight Night 17, UFC 94, UFC 96 [8]

T-9th: Sengoku No Ran, UFC 99, WEC 40, Dream 8, UFC UF 9 Finale [7]

Note:  The above list was calculated after the fact, using our current ranking limits (Top 150, 100, etc).  Although approximate, it should be extremely accurate.

Note #2: List was updated as current ranking limits were not being used.




Posted on July 31, 2009 by jcs

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