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  • Actors: Rashad Evans, Tito Ortiz, Vitor Belfort, Yoshihiro Akiyama
  • Directors: Not Provided
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: October 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 314 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005C7SXKK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #218,664 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The Bad Boy is back. Longtime UFC superstar Tito Ortiz returns to the Octagon just one month after his big win over Ryan Bader to face number one light heavyweight contender and former champion ''Suga'' Rashad Evans in their highly anticipated rematch. Plus, ''The Phenom,'' Vitor Belfort, begins his quest for a shot at the middleweight crown against all-action Yoshihiro Akiyama, and rising welterweight star Rory MacDonald joins veterans Mike Pyle, Brian Ebersole, and Jorge Rivera in one of the biggest events of the summer.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Wolfe Moffat on February 16, 2012
When Tito Ortiz and Rashad Evans squared off at UFC 73, they weren't fighting for a DRAW, but when Tito grabbed the fence in round 2, that's exactly what the judges scored that fight. They've known there would be another meeting to take place, and when Phil Davis suffered an injury, Tito Ortiz, coming off of a win over Ryan Bader that saved his career at UFC 132, stepped in to hopefully get two wins in a row. Rashad isn't about to let Tito get a streak going at his expense, and he wants to finish "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy!" This is the Main Event for UFC 133!

Sometimes I agree with the majority of people when they ask WHY?!!? Why is Yoshihiro Akiyama getting ANOTHER Co-Main Event, especially when he didn't win the last time around? Well, Vitor Belfort would be the answer to that question. Alan Belcher couldn't knock Akiyama out, and Chris Leben couldn't knock Akiyama out, but Leben did submit him. Is Akiyama going to put up a fight with the fast hands Vitor displays?

I personally thought the Main Card delivered, and the other fights weren't too bad either. There are 11 fights, and I'll list 'em below!

Rafael Natal vs. Paul Bradley: On TUF 7, Paul Bradley won his fight to get into the house, and broke out with the skin infection that ultimately ended his chance to stick around for the remainder of the season. He finally gets to make his UFC debut against a Brazilian who brings it. And it goes to a unanimous decision.

Nam Phan vs. Mike Brown: Against Leonard Garcia, Nam Phan got screwed out of one of the world's worst split decisions ever handed down, among others we've seen in the UFC. And everybody knows who Mike Brown is from his WEC days. This could've been more interesting, but the winner took a dominating unanimous decision.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Irey on September 18, 2011
This is UFC's first return to Philadelphia since UFC 101 and thankfully they returned with a decent card. Even with a few injuries and pulled bouts the card ended up coming out pretty well, even though it may not have been as stacked as last month's previous pay-per-view.

In the opening fight of the night Rory MacDonald takes on Mike Pyle. For those of you who don't know, Rory MacDonald is a really scary welterweight with some major hype behind him, which is pretty justified due to his war with Carlos Condit and domination of Nate Diaz. To say the least, he's making some waves. Mike Pyle on the other hand has been showing a strong case for the top as well by pulling off one upset after the other on such fighters as John Hathaway and Ricardo Almeida. Definitely a very interesting fight as we see two strong contenders face off in what would eventually end with a surprising TKO. The winner came out with the performance he needed to separate himself from the pack.

Up next was the only decision of the main card in a bout between Jorge Rivera and Constantinos Philippou. Rivera's a veteran of the octagon who has taken on the best of the middleweight division and he welcomes Philippou in his debut at the 185 weight class. A really close fight that slowed at points but was decent enough (granted I have a hard time dealing with fights that center around clinch-work in the cage unless Randy Couture is involved).

Brian Ebersole and Dennis Hallman squared off in the second welterweight battle of the evening and it ends in similar fasion surprisingly enough with a first round TKO. I honestly have a hard time remembering much else about the fight beyond the finish.
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I've been wanting to see the rematch between Evans and Ortiz for a long time now and I'm glad to see this fight not to go to the judges score card no matter who won. The co- main event of Akiyama vs Belfort didn't dissapoint either. Overall an excellent card definetly worth buying.
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UFC 133
EVANS VS ORTIZ

The main draw for this event was that Tito Ortiz and Rashad Evans would finally rematch after all these years. Their first fight ended in a draw and the bad blood before the fight stayed even after the fight was over. So all these years later they finally would get it on again. On top of that this was supposed to be Rashad vs. Jon Jones and then Rashad vs. Phil Davis but injuries forced those fights to be cancelled. Of course both of those fights would eventually happen. Also you would see the legend Vitor Belfort vs. the ever tough and durable Yoshihiro Akiyama, two of my favorite fighters.

DISC 1

1.RORY MCDONALD VS MIKE PYLE-the first fight of the PPV card starts with a bang as this one does not leave the first round. Both guys are at the top of their game and are looking to be contenders. The fight starts out great and continues some what even but as it goes Rory starts to get a bit ahead. Rory has some nice hands here and stuns Pyle and eventually gets on top of him. Once there he pounds Pyle out and even uses some open palm strikes.

2.JORGE RIVERA VS COSTA PHILIPPOU-the second fight starts out with a pretty even round. Both guys are very well rounded and are evenly matched in a lot of ways. Both land some good shots and spend some time on the cage. Things start out quick in the second as Costa lands big on Rivera and almost pounds him out. Rivera turns into him though and ends up on top. Still the round eventually goes back to Costa as he sinks in an omoplata and finishes the round later on top. The last round is another close one with more action. Both land some good shots, there are takedowns, submission attempts, and cage work all in this round. The judges give it to Costa in a split D.

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