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UFC 27: Ultimate Bad Boyz
Promotion Ultimate Fighting Championship
Date September 22, 2000
Venue Lake Front Arena
City New Orleans, Louisiana
Event chronology
UFC 26: Ultimate Field of Dreams UFC 27: Ultimate Bad Boyz UFC 28: High Stakes

UFC 27: Ultimate Bad Boyz was a mixed martial arts event held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on September 22, 2000 at Lake Front Arena in New Orleans, Louisiana.


The event featured the return of UFC legend Dan Severn, who faced Pedro Rizzo in a heavyweight bout. UFC 27 also featured the first UFC appearance of popular Pancrase fighter Yuki Kondo. UFC veteran Frank Shamrock replaced Jeff Blatnick in the announcers booth for this event.

UFC 27 was the fifth straight UFC event to have not seen a home video or DVD release. The UFC's parent company, SEG, was incurring financial difficulties and would sell the UFC just three months later to Zuffa LLC.

While UFC 23 through UFC 29 remained unreleased, Zuffa began releasing UFC home videos starting with UFC 30. In 2007, FightDVD released these events in double DVD sets; UFC 29 was released in this fashion with UFC 30 due to the odd number of unreleased events.


Monson wins by unanimous decision at 10:00.
After 10:00, the bout was ruled a draw.
Freeman wins by unanimous decision at 15:00.
Kondo wins by TKO (referee stoppage due to strikes) at 2:28 of the third round.
Iha wins by submission (armbar) at 1:10 of the first round.
Horn wins by submission (armbar) at 4:32 of the first round.
Smith wins by split decision at 15:00.
Rizzo wins by verbal submission due to leg kicks at 1:32 of the first round.

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