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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
"A lot of people underestimate me like that, but my performances (over the last couple years) speak for themselves," says King of the Cage welterweight champ Joshua Aveles. more
Who said money can't buy happiness?
Don't feel bad for Chael Sonnen.
The former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight number one contender -- who was drawn and quartered by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) for a quartet of banned substances -- is married to a beautiful woman, has plenty of money, and a place to do work in California.
In short, he's "laying low."
"He apologized, and he's going to live his life, and he's doing his thing up [in Oregon]," UFC Presdient Dana White more
There are a lot of discussions going on as to how to fix the judging problems in MMA today. By and large, the judging of many fights is simply below the efforts of the fighters, who deserve much better.
This isn’t a dismissive accusation. There are a lot of good judges out there, but by and large it seems that far too often a close fight is apt to be scored wrong.
One obvious answer would be for the commissions to recruit, train and employ a group of retired fighters as judges.
This is an idea t more
There were going to be a lot of questions answered at UFC 175 as the reigning middleweight champion Chris Weidman put his strap on the line against No. 1 contender Lyoto Machida in what was figured to be one of the most revealing fights of the year on Saturday night.
Weidman—who was coming off back-to-back victories over Anderson Silva—was still somewhat of a question mark in the eyes of the MMA community. The caliber of respect that should have come with defeating the fighter widely recognized more
While Duane Ludwig was originally expected to depart Team Alpha Male earlier this year to start his own facility in Colorado, Urijah Faber revealed that "Bang" is still doing work every day in Sacramento, Calif., despite their rift over money. more
From Yahoo Sports: Despite beating the great Anderson Silva twice, there is a portion of the fan base that doesn't believe in Weidman. more
Is this the last hurrah for the future hall of famer?
Former two-division champion, BJ Penn, will make his long-awaited return to the Octagon when he takes on former lightweight rival and fellow reality show coach Frankie Edgar in the main event of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 19 Finale, which takes place this Sunday night (July 6, 2014) inside Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
And if he loses, expect Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White to "push" for his retire more
Two-division UFC champion BJ Penn spoke with members of the media ahead of the TUF 19 Finale, where he discussed a variety of topics including how he feels at featherweight and whether he may retire following the event on Sunday. more