ByAmy Kaplan, writer at Creators.co
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Amy Kaplan

Now that UFC 204 is over, and the Philippines card has been scrapped, there is a three week gap before the next UFC Fight Night.

Have no fear, there is still plenty of quality MMA out there if you know where to find it, and I do.

This is the perfect time to immerse yourself in other promotions, scope out new fighters and see how the other half does it!


October 14: Legacy 61

There are only a few more Legacy shows left before they officially merge with RFA to become Legacy Fighting Alliance. Take this time to bask in the greatness that is Legacy, and watch their bantamweight championship and the featherweight championship fights.

Can be viewed on: AXS-TV


October 21: Bellator 163

This card is going to be fire. You have Alexander Shlemenko, who is returning from a suspension, facing Kendall Grove who is coming off two stunning wins, one by KO, the other by TKO.

Can be viewed on: Spike


Oct 28: RFA 45

Fans of RFA were happy to hear they'd be merging with Legacy come 2017, but before the two promotions close up shop to introduce LFA, there are a few loose ends to tie up. One of those is the business of their middleweight division having no champion. On Oct. 28 that won't be the case anymore. Tune in to see who takes home the RFA strap.

Can be viewed on: AXS-TV


If you aren't able to see any of these three cards, there's a huge UFC Fight Pass library where you can catch up on old Combate Americas events, Eddie Bravo Invitationals and PRIDE tournaments.