Those leg kicks were nasty, though.
Marcus Brimage was out of mixed martial arts (MMA) action for more than one year after suffering a technical knockout loss to Conor McGregor in a featherweight scrap at UFC on FUEL TV 9. "Bama Beast" returned tonight (Sat., July 5, 2014) on UFC 175's pay-per-view (PPV) main card against Russell Doane in Las Vegas, Nevada.
And he struggled.
Doane controlled the action early with superior grappling, threatening late in the first round with a submission. Brimage more
A match-up of heavy hitting middleweights took place on the main card of tonight's (Sat., July 5, 2014) UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida" pay-per-view (PPV) at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, as former Ultimate Fighter contestants Uriah Hall and Thiago Santos met in the center of the cage to exchange leather.
It was fun.
They came out letting 'em fly, throwing spinning shit (shout out to Nick Diaz, or whatever), and trading punches in the pocket. Santos worked a lot of leg kick more
The UFC kicked off the UFC 175 PPV broadcast with a couple of action-packed fights, the first between Marcus Brimage and Russell Doane, and the second between Uriah Hall and Thiago Santos. The UFC opened up the PPV portion of the UFC 175 fight card with a bantamweight contest between Marcus Brimage and Russell Doane, who fought to a questionable decision.
Russell Doane quickly went to work on the PPV curtain jerker, as he took Marcus Brimage down and proceeded to work for a rear-naked choke. He more
MMA is fun again.
Chris Weidman finally got the chance to prove his victories over Anderson Silva in consecutive middleweight title fights weren't a fluke when he defended his strap against Lyoto Machida in the main event of UFC 175 tonight (Sat., July 5, 2014) at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
After a "Fight of the Year" contender, I think it's safe to say MMA fans believe him.
Because he was fighting Machida, the action was slow early, neither fighter able to land anythin more
A blazing flyweight battle was booked to blow the doors off at The O2 in Dublin, Ireland, today (Sat., July 19, 2014) on the main card of the UFC Fight Night 46: "McGregor vs. Brandao" event, as Brad Pickett looked to blossom in his new life at 125-pounds against former division title contender Ian McCall.
It might be time to halt all that talk of "One Punch" being a threat in his new weight class after this decision loss.
The first round was about speed and timing. McCall avoided most of Picket more
Brad Pickett and Ian McCall finally settled their score inside the Octagon, with a title shot possibly at stake in the flyweight division.
A tense flyweight fight between Brad Pickett and Ian McCall at UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Brandao in Dublin, Ireland ended with McCall picking up the important win that could be enough to see him in the front of the line in the list of contenders.
In the first round, Pickett pursued the takedowns early but McCall stopped them all. On the feet, McCall avoid more
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That was a close one.
The main card of tonight's (Sat., July 26, 2014) UFC on Fox 12: "Lawler vs. Brown" network television event at the SAP Center in San Jose, California, kicked off with a lightweight battle pitting perennial contender Josh Thomson against up-and-coming heavy hitter Bobby Green, who took the bout on short notice as an injury replacement for Michael Johnson.
The two were feeling each other out early, Green playing the role of the aggressor while Thomson fire off hard counter sh more