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Play UFC 2009 with UFC Champions Shane Carwin, Chael Sonnen & Nathan Quarry

August 27, 2009

Play UFC 2009 with UFC Champions Shane Carwin, Chael Sonnen & Nathan Quarry

The Ultimate Fighting Championship is the world's leading professional mixed martial arts organization and offers the premier series of Mixed Martial Arts sports events. And three of their top fighters will face Xbox LIVE Gold Members in UFC Undisputed 2009 on August 29. If you're an Xbox LIVE Gold Member and you want a chance to play with members of the UFC, send a friend request to the following Gamertags (UFC Quarry GwF, UFC Sonnen GwF, UFC Carwin GwF) and be online half an hour before (3:30 P.M. ET) the Game with Fame session starts on Saturday, August 29, 4:00 P.M. ET.

On August 29, three top UFC fighters, Shane Carwin, Chael Sonnen, and Nathan Quarry will visit Xbox LIVE to play UFC Undisputed 2009 with Xbox LIVE Gold members. The event is to celebrate UFC 102, where former UFC champions Randy "The Natural" Couture and Antonio Rodrigo "Minotauro" Nogueira will face off for the first time in their storied careers on that date.

Shane Carwin
Shane Carwin is 11-0 in mixed martial arts competitions, including his last four UFC fights, scoring a huge victory over Brazilian competitor Gabriel Gonzaga in his most recent UFC match. Carwin is a heavyweight whose next battle will be at UFC 104 against Cain Velasquez.

Chael Sonnen
Sonnen is 21-10 in mixed martial arts competitions, with a 1-1 record in the UFC, having most recently beaten Dan Miller in a unanimous decision. His next fight will be with Japanese fighter Yushin Okami at UFC 104.

Nathan Quarry
Nathan Quarry made his name on The Ultimate Fighter TV show that was organized by the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He has an 11-3 mixed martial arts fighting record, and his latest win came by defeating Jason McDonald at the UFC 97: Redemption event. His next fight will be UFC Fight Night 19 in September against Tim Credeur.

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