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EA Sports UFC Roster and Moves Revealed

Interview: EA Sports UFC Creative Director Brian Hayes
By: Daneil Bischoff, Game Revolution
"EA Sports picked up the UFC license from THQ, but with experience developing the Fight Night series and an MMA game in the bag, Electronic Arts seem poised to claim the belt. We got hands-on with EA Sports UFC in February, but Creative Director Brian Hayes was nice enough to answer more of our questions.

"We've partnered up with Sherdog.com for our EA Sports UFC coverage, and they've got the inside track on the title's submission game. For everything you need to know about each UFC fighter, just click their names to be taken to Sherdog's fighter database. Don't forget to check out the roster revealed so far."

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