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Jason Mertlich likes the number 47. Many believe 47 is the universe’s quintessential random number. It’s a prime, a safe prime, a supersingular prime, a Lucas prime and an Eisenstein prime for starters. read news >>

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At 47 years old, Renzo Gracie is not ready for retirement. Scheduled to grapple against Kazushi Sakuraba at the upcoming Metamoris event in November, and Matt Hughes at 2015’s edition of ADCC in Brazil, the MMA veteran wants to get back in action under MMA rules. Gracie hasn’t fought in MMA since 2010, when he suffered a third-round TKO loss to Matt Hughes at UFC 110. The Brazilian, who won his last MMA bout over Frank Shamrock in 2007, expects to get back in the Octagon in 2015. "I’m ready to k read news >>

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Forrest Griffin is a former UFC light heavyweight champion. Forrest Griffin is NOT a hockey player. read news >>

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While you're probably not clamoring to see a bunch of takedowns in slow motion, UFC Fight Night 47 (full results here) did produce a couple of memorable knockouts, like Tim Boetsch and his "Barbarian" bash against Brad Tavares, in addition to Ross Pearson, who proved he was the "Real Deal" by bullying Gray Maynard. And let's not forget about what Alan Jouban did to Seth Baczynski. Watch it all unfold in the Fight Motion -- also known as "Phantom Cam" -- video above. read news >>

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Check out the “Fight Motion” super-slow-motion highlights, including Jussier Formiga’s slick work from the back, from this past weekend’s UFC Fight Night 47 event.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Thiago Tavares defeated Robbie Peralta in dominant fashion at UFC Fight Night 47 in Bangor, Maine, with a first-round submission victory. His quick win is about to become even more impressive since the Brazilian underwent a surgery two months before the bout. Tavares, who was forced out of UFC bouts with Zubaira Tukhugov and Tom Niinimaki due to multiple injuries earlier this year, underwent a right knee surgery on June 16 due to a torn meniscus. He decided to hide the injury and the surgery fro read news >>

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Ryan Bader's five-round decision win over Ovince St. Preux anchored UFC Fight Night 47, which did 735,000 viewers. The number ranked sixth among the ten Saturday night live main card events that have aired thus far since the move last summer to Fox Sports 1. Saturday night's UFC Fight Night from Bangor, Maine, headlined by Ryan Bader's five-round decision win over Ovince St. Preux, did 735,000 viewers on Fox Sports (FS) 1.Of UFC's ten live events on Saturday night since moving to FS 1 last Augus read news >>

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Although he's had some ups and downs throughout his UFC career, Ryan Bader has remained a highly ranked light heavyweight for several years now. On Saturday, Bader took care of business against the up-and-coming Ovince Saint Preux. The Strikeforce veteran brought an undefeated UFC record into the weekend, but he was unable to find an answer to Bader's All-American-level wrestling. In holding serve against a contender on the rise, Bader ensured he would remain one of the Top 10 205-pounders on th read news >>

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Ryan Bader made another strong move up the light heavyweight ladder this past Saturday night when he defeated Ovince Saint Preux in the main event of Fight Night 47. The Ultimate Fighter Season 8 winner dominated the surging former Strikeforce vet throughout the 25-minute affair to pick up his third consecutive victory in as many showings inside the Octagon. While the heavy-handed former Arizona State University wrestling standout is known for having devastating power in his right hand, the 31-y read news >>

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Ryan Bader, meanwhile remained idle at No. 5 after shutting out Ovince St. Preux in the main event of the evening. The official Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) rankings have been updated following UFC Fight Night 47: "Bader vs. St. Preux" event (results) from last Saturday night (July 26, 2014), which took place at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine. Ryan Bader didn't inch himself closer to the top, despite his win over Ovince St. Preux, as he remained idle at No. 5. Just like the read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Ryan Bader is not ready to relinquish his Top 10 position in the light heavyweight rankings. At UFC Fight Night 47, Bader relied on his wrestling to shut down Ovince Saint Preux and claim a decision victory. Since being knocked out by Glover Teixeira in September 2013, Bader has now won three in a row, all on pretty clear-cut scorecards. The result in Saturday's main event slowed down the Saint Preux hype train considerably. While the Strikeforce veteran was undefeated in four UFC bouts prior to read news >>

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After using his grappling skills to earn the unanimous decision victory over Ovince St. Preux this past weekend (Sat., Aug. 16, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 47: "Bader vs. St. Preux" in Bangor, Maine, we take a look at who could be next for Ryan Bader. Where do we begin? For starters, Ryan Bader's win over Ovince St. Preux this past weekend (Sat., Aug. 16, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 47 in Bangor, Maine, wasn't the most thrilling 25 minutes we've ever seen. To be honest, their scrap would have been bet read news >>

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When it was announced that Chris Cariaso would be getting the next title shot in the flyweight division, many were surprised—and rightfully so. There were several fighters close to a title shot who were to fight soon, including John Lineker and both Jussier Formiga and Zach Makovsky, who faced off Saturday night. For the first two rounds of their fight, Formiga exhibited control on the ground, taking Makovsky's back several times and attempting a rear-naked choke in the second round. The third r read news >>

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UFC President Dana White may not read the Internet, as he often says, but for a majority of the MMA community, the sport lives and breathes through websites, forums and, perhaps most importantly, social media.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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