George Sotiropoulos, Alessio Sakara and Rosi Sexton will be looking for their next fights outside the UFC after being let go.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC Tagged: Alessio Sakara, George...
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Watch UFC Fight Night 27 co-main event fighter Rafael dos Anjos knock out George Sotiropoulos at UFC 132. He takes on Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone at UFC Fight Night 27 on Aug. 28.
Rafael dos Anjos has been on a streak of late, rattling off four straight wins in the UFC's always-tough lightweight division. He gets Donald Cerrone next week, but before he fights the "Cow...
A lightweight confrontation between K.J. Noons and George Sotiropoulos is slated to take place at UFC 166.
The latest UFC 166 additions include George Sotiropoulos vs. KJ Noons in the lightweight bout, and a heavyweight bout pitting Gabriel Gonzaga against Shawn Jordan.
A pair of lightweights looking to snap rough stretches have been added to the ever-growing UFC 166 lineup in October. K.J. Noons will meet George Sotiropoulos on the card in Texas.
Check out MMAWeekly.com's UFC on FX 6 Photo Gallery, courtesy of photographer Chez Watts.
Ross Pearson is just glad to finally be finished with the feud with George Sotiropoulos. He doesn't intend on rubbing it in the Australian's face.
The UFC’s first show on Australia’s Gold Coast, UFC on FX 6: Sotiropoulos vs. Pearson, took place before a sold out crowd.
Ross Pearson and George Sotiropoulos formulated a heated rivalry as coaches on TUF: The Smashes, but it was Pearson that settled the score at UFC on FX 6.
Complete photo gallery from the UFC on FX 6: Sotiropoulos vs. Pearson open workouts, courtesy of photographer Chez Watts.
George Sotiropoulos played with fire, and Ross Pearson made sure he got burned.
Their coaching obligations on “The Ultimate Fighter: The Smashes” fulfilled, George Sotiropoulos and Ross Pearson can concentrate on what they do best.