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By popular demand, UFC magazine is back and kicking off its bi-monthly publishing schedule with another issue packed with an inside look at the world of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

By popular demand, UFC magazine is back and kicking off its bi-monthly publishing schedule with another issue packed with an inside look at the world of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

In this issue, which is on sale now, heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar talks about growing up fighting, why he left the WWE and calls out future challenger Shane Carwin's record.

Also, this week’s UFC 106 main event combatants, Tito Ortiz and Forrest Griffin, are featured, and you can read how ‘The Huntington Beach Bad Boy’ overcame a debilitating back injury and squashed his feud with Dana White to make his return to the Octagon for another run at the title, as well as check out Griffin’s first in-depth interview about his loss to Anderson Silva and his comments on his upcoming rematch with Ortiz.

But that’s not all, as UFC magazine goes behind the scenes at UFC 102 with Nate Marquardt's fight camp, counts down the 10 Biggest Underdog Victories in UFC history, interviews Shaquille O’Neal, presents a sizzling photo feature with Octagon Girl Natasha Wicks, and much, much more.

Don’t miss a single page of the action in UFC magazine.
 

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