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Tito Ortiz submitted Bellator middleweight champion Alexander Shlemenko in a light heavyweight bout in May, and he’s targeting a return to the cage in November, according to his muay thai coach Rafael Cordeiro.
"He did an excellent fight against Shlemenko," Cordeiro told MMAFighting.com. "He will fight again in November. We don’t know the opponent yet, but he’s already training."
The former UFC light heavyweight champion snapped a more
UFC and Bellator veteran Roger Huerta will be looking to bounce back from the brutal soccer kick knockout, when he returns to the cage after a two-year absence at ONE FC: Reign of Champions. more
No lack of motivation for "One Punch." Brad Pickett looks to make it two straight wins in the flyweight division this weekend (Sat., July 19, 2014) when he takes on former No. 1 contender Ian McCall at UFC Fight Night 46 from The O2 Arena in Dublin, Ireland.
With a win on the Fight Pass event, "One Punch" looks to inch himself closer to an Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) title shot, one that has eluded him his entire mixed martial arts (MMA) career.
While he has plenty of motivation in his more
Georgi Karakhanyan is not happy about losing the WSOF featherweight championship to Rick Glenn, a fighter he believes isn’t as talented as his title would suggest.Filed under: News, WSOF more
Bia Mesquita would like to see Metamoris set up a bout with Ronda Rousey to quiet Rousey's talk of being able to beat any BJJ champ in the world.
Ronda Rousey made waves recently when she said that she could beat any female Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu artist in the world, gi or no-gi, in grappling. The brash statement was nothing new for the UFC's women's bantamweight champion and it drew the expected response from the BJJ community.
Now, lightweight and open class jiu-jitsu world champion, Bia Mesquita more
Chris Weidman and Lyoto Machida didn't simply put on one of the best title fights of the year in the main event at UFC 175, they also each earned $50,000 by claiming the Fight of the Night bonus for their five-round war.
Weidman, 30, took the fight to Machida early and often. He backed up the Brazilian by applying constant pressure through three rounds, which allowed him to avoid Machida's best strikes and throw kicks along with hand combinations.
But by the fourth round Weidman began to fade. M more
UFC middleweight champ Chris Weidman had to put in a full night’s work to retain his title, while women’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey was in and out in a flash. So who got the bigger boost at UFC 175?Filed under: News, UFC more
Notable MMA coach Ray Longo discussed his team’s two victories this week, including Chris Weidman’s “brawling” victory over Lyoto Machida. He also explained his stance on Vitor Belfort and what it would take for the Brazilian to face Weidman in the octagon. more
After Chris Camozzi was outwrestled for the better part of 15 minutes in a lackluster UFC 175 affair, the middleweight veteran says he’s hoping he can quickly book a return bout against someone who’s actually willing to fight.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos more