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  • 13 days ago
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Maybe it was the sound of Joe Rogan's frank talk with Brendan Schaub about brain trauma echoing in the background. Maybe it's because we've already seen Junior dos Santos endure brutal battles well into the championship rounds. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that even in beating Stipe Miocic in what was an undeniably compelling slugfest Saturday night, all the former UFC heavyweight champion really did was stand his ground as the No. 2 guy in the division (Yes, technically, Fabricio read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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In the aftermath of his dominant unanimous decision victory over Nate Diaz at UFC on Fox 13, Rafael dos Anjos was the recipient of some very good news. read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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The Fight Network's John Pollock discusses CM Punk signing with UFC and the aftermath of UFC 181. read news >>

  • 20 days ago
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LAS VEGAS - Stories don't usually play out this way in MMA. This is a fast-moving, brutal buzzsaw of a sport. There's little time for nostalgia and even less for sentiment. For every tale of Randy Couture coming out of retirement, slaying the giant, and winning the heavyweight title, there seem to be a hundred Gray Maynards, guys who were steps away from the mountaintop who found themselves tossed on the scrap heap before they knew what hit them. And that's what makes "Ruthless" Robbie Lawler's read news >>

  • a month ago
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On today's episode of The MMA Beat, the panel will discuss the aftermath of a big weekend in MMA, the UFC's press conference on Monday, Rampage Jackson and Brock Lesnar's future, UFC Fight Night 57, and more. Watch "The MMA Beat" live today at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT / 6 p.m. GMT. Subscribe to the show on iTunes: audio | video or Soundcloud here. Stream it on Stitcher here. Music courtesy of APM Music. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Robin van Roosmalem and Saulo Cavalari were the big winners at GLORY 18: RETURN TO GLORY in Oklahoma City on Friday night. Van Roosmalen captured the World Lightweight Championship by outworking in a thrilling five-round battle while Cavalari earned himself a shot at the World Light-Heavyweight Championship by winning the four-man Contender tournament in decisive fashion. Friday also produced a new contender for the heavyweight division as Benjamin Adegbuyi beat Hesdy Gerges to go 3-0 in GLORY. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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The critics said Jose Aldo Jr. had a weak gas tank (This, despite finishing in the fourth round against Chan Sung Jung, winning the fourth against Ricardo Lamas, the fifth on two of three cards against Frankie Edgar, and so on). They said the UFC featherweight champion's killer instinct was missing (Despite a highlight reel to rival anyone in the history of the sport as evidence to the contrary). They said the only 145-pound kingpin the UFC has ever known wasn't nearly as big a star as he could read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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In the aftermath of Rory MacDonald’s third-round TKO of Tarec Saffiedine on Saturday, a common phrase flying around online was that it’ll now be "hard to deny" MacDonald a welterweight title shot. And for sheer factual accuracy, it’s tough to top that choice of words. MacDonald looked phenomenal in dispatching Saffiedine after just over 11 minutes of action at UFC Fight Night 54. He controlled the mostly stand-up fight with his piercing jab and sharp punching combinations. Saffiedine’s best offe read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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LAS VEGAS - If Conor McGregor wasn't winning his fights, no one would care about the color of his suit. If he turned out to be a flash in the pan, McGregor wouldn't have hosted an unprecedented post-press conference media scrum in place of his boss, Dana White, at the MGM Grand on Saturday night. And if he couldn't back up his talk in the Octagon, those Irish flags would have disappeared from arenas as soon as they had arrived. But UFC 178 was something different than the usual three-ringed circ read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - T.J. Dillashaw was put in a no-win situation and still came out a winner. He didn't want to give Renan Barao a rematch at UFC 177 just three months after kicking Barao's tail all over the Octagon. He still took the fight. It wasn't Dillashaw's fault that Barao dropped out the day before the card. Offered a dangerous opponent on one day's notice in Joe Soto, Dillashaw accepted the bout and proclaimed "I don't want to be a diva champion." Even getting past those hurdles, there read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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In Dana White's first video blog for UFC 177, Matt Mitrione comforts a distraught Stefan Struve after the heavyweight passed out in the locker room, Uriah Hall deals with the agonizing aftermath of his badly broken toe, White explodes when Joe Rogan and the infamous producer in the truck put UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey on the spot, plus more from UFC 175: Weidman vs. Machida, read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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LOS ANGELES - To dispel a rumor making the rounds online Tuesday, Daniel Cormier's shoe was not, in fact, put up for auction on eBay. A UFC PR representative returned the wayward footwear after Monday's brawl in Las Vegas with Jon Jones. DC did, however, need to go through some work to retrieve his cell phone. "My cell phone went flying out of my pocket," Cormier told MMAFighting.com in his VIP dressing room at Club Nokia before Tuesday's UFC 178 fan question-and-answer session. "And when it was read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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In the aftermath of Monday’s impromptu melee between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier, the two still had a date with ESPN’s “SportsCenter” they had committed to – where they apologized for their brawl.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Robbie Lawler has put in almost 13 full rounds against top-10 opposition in the past four months. In 2014, mind you This isn't the prehistoric days of MMA, when SEG would take pretty much anyone in on off the street and let them fight in the UFC. No, this is 2014, when all the opponents are killers. And Lawler has put in more rounds against ranked opposition, sluggers one and all, over the span of 133 days, than your typical top-tier fighter will fight in a year and a half. If that doesn't tell read news >>

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