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UFC flyweight John Dodson will be out for approximately 12 months after undergoing ACL surgery on Wednesday. One of the top flyweights in the UFC will be out of action for the next year. Former 125lb. title contender John Dodson underwent ACL surgery on Wednesday and will be on the sidelines for the next 6-8 months before even returning to the gym. FOX Sport's Damon Martin initially reported the news. The surgery was performed to repair the ACL as well as a torn meniscus. Once he completes the r read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Demetrious Johnson's most intriguing potential flyweight foe is on the shelf until sometime next year. John Dodson underwent anterior cruciate ligament surgery on Wednesday, FOXSports.com reported. While surgery was a success for the Jackson's MMA fighter, he's going to be out at least 6-8 months before he can go all out in the gym again and could be out of action as long as a year. Dodson (16-6) has won seven of his past eight fights and is 5-1 in the UFC. His only loss during that span was to read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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John Dodson went under the knife to repair a torn meniscus as well as his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) on Wednesday, putting him out of action for at least six to eight months. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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John Dodson’s title aspirations are on pause following surgery for a torn ACL and meniscus. Filed under: Featured, MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Bummer. On the cusp of another Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) flyweight title fight against division kingpin Demetrious Johnson, John Dodson will now find himself on the sidelines for up to a year on the heels of a very unfortunate setback. "The Magician" told FOX Sports that he recently had to undergo ACL surgery to repair a blown knee, as well as a torn meniscus. A reoccurring problem that was aggravated during his most recent victory over John Moraga at UFC Fight Night 42. Dodson delive read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Now all he has to do is convince "The Chosen One." Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight interim titleholder Carlos Condit won't be returning to mixed martial arts (MMA) action until early 2015, but he already has his next opponent in mind. Tyron Woodley. "The Chosen One" was the man responsible for sending him into knee surgery. Condit shredded his ACL at some point during their UFC 170 co-main event last March and there has been some question as to whether or not his injury read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Carlos Condit is still early in his recovery from major knee surgery, but with all that’s going on in the UFC welterweight division, he can’t help but yearn for a return to the octagon.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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The former Pride heavyweight champion should fight again in 2015 after procedure to restore his ACL. The UFC heavyweight veteran Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira underwent a surgery today to restore the ACL of his right knee, which was partially torn. The procedure was headed in Rio de Janeiro by Dr. Marco Aurelio Sousa and Dr. Marcio Tannure, the Medical Director of Athletical Brazilian Confederation of MMA, who told Combate.com that everything went well. The procedure was a success, now we have to wai read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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UFC heavyweight Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira underwent surgery to repair the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee on Tuesday, according to a report by Globo.com. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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  • 4 months ago
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Ariel Helwani revealed on UFC Tonight that Daniel Cormier had injured his LCL ahead of UFC 173 and may even require surgery on his ACL, which has troubled him for a while. Although Daniel Cormier did not suffer any damage in his UFC 173 octagon outing against Dan Henderson, he did injure his LCL 10 days ahead of the scheduled match-up. The former Strikeforce Grand Prix champion told UFC Tonight's Ariel Helwani that he seriously injured his LCL ahead of the match-up against Henderson, and was act read news >>

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