Video: Legends Royce Gracie, Randy Couture, Mark Coleman, And Tito Ortiz Discuss The Early Days Of The UFC

Tito Ortiz, Randy Couture, Royce Gracie and Mark Coleman discuss the early days of the UFC -- Photo via Fuel TV.

Royce Gracie, Randy Couture, Mark Coleman and Tito Ortiz all sat down and spoke to Jay Glazer in a Fuel TV special called 'UFC Roundtable: Legends'. It's very interesting to see the outlook of these UFC Hall-of-Famers as they spoke about the early days of the sport and how MMA and the UFC grew to what is today.

Watch the first clip where these legends spoke about how 'crazy' the earlier rules were during their time:

Much more from these UFC pioneers after the jump.

This second clip focuses on Royce Gracie and the birth of the UFC, where the other long time champs discuss their initial reaction and thoughts as they watched the first ever UFC show, and what eventually made them want to join in as well:


Lastly, here's a clip where they all talked about the pro's and con's of competing in multiple fights in one night, along with how the new rules have changed and impacted Mixed Martial Arts:


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