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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight Conor McGregor is probably still getting used to this whole "superstar" thing. Or perhaps he just doesn't give a f--k. The UFC Fight Night 59 headliner, who will be seen closing the FOX Sports 1 broadcast opposite Dennis Siver on Jan. 18 in Boston, Massachusetts, called his upcoming opponent a "Nazi," perhaps overlooking the fact that Siver was born in Russia. Hoelzer Reich would be proud. The tweet was quickly deleted and followed with a ham-ha read news >>

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This sounds awful. Ian McCall was forced to withdraw from his much-anticipated Flyweight fight against John Lineker -- which was set to serve as co-main event at UFC Fight Night 56 -- because of an eleventh-hour illness (read about it here). McCall stopped by "The MMA Hour" earlier this afternoon to explain the hellish symptoms that had him rushed to the emergency room just hours ahead of the match up, which was which was supposed to determine the next title contender at 125 pounds. As he explai read news >>

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UFC featherweight Andre Fili took to twitter to apologize for his questionable tweets regarding domestic abuse. In a rapidly evolving society that is quickly becoming sensitive to abusive comments in all forms, there is little room for fighters looking to make tongue-in-cheek comments on delicate subjects. Andre Fili appears to have quickly learned that fact, as he took to twitter to apologize for his previous comments. I want to apologize to anyone that my last tweet may have offended. I grew u read news >>

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RIO DE JANEIRO – At Saturday’s UFC 179 event, Fabio Maldonado and Anderson Silva mended fences in a very public – and very memorable – way.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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After receiving harsh criticism for his broadcasting performance during the NFL's Lions vs. Vikings game, "Goldie" lashed out on social media. And because of his unprofessional behavior, he will not be back behind the mic for the Bills vs. Vikings game this coming weekend. Mike Goldberg, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) play-by-play man, made his NFL on FOX debut last weekend (Sun., Oct. 12, 2014) to call the Minnesota VIkings vs. Detroit Lions game. Throughout the afternoon, Goldberg receiv read news >>

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Longtime UFC play-by-play man Mike Goldberg apologized on Tuesday for his Twitter outburst this past weekend. Goldberg worked the booth for a game between the Detroit Lions and the Minnesota Vikings on FOX this past Sunday -- the first of two NFL games he was slated to work -- and received criticism for his performance via the social media platform of Twitter. Goldberg shot back at his detractors on Sunday afterwards, calling one critic a "douche" and telling another, "dude f--- you." Goldberg w read news >>

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Veteran UFC commentator Mike Goldberg has apologized after cursing out critics on Twitter following his NFL on FOX debut. UFC announcer Mike Goldberg has released a statement on the very website where his troubles began. After a heavily-criticized performance in his NFL on FOX commentary debut on last Sunday's Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings game, Goldberg responded to criticism and attacks on Twitter by saying "f**k you" and "douche" before deleting those tweets. As of today, his planned 2nd read news >>

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UFC commentator Mike Goldberg today issued a public apology after lashing out at Twitter critics in the wake of his rocky debut as a play-by-play man for the NFL.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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UFC women’s bantamweight Cat Zingano apologizes for brevity in her answers to questions about her upcoming fight. Right now, giving good sound bites is not her top concern.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Jon Jones spoke to the Nevada Athletic Commission, apologizing for his involvement in a brawl with Daniel Cormier at the MGM Hotel & Casino during a press event. read news >>

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight contender Anthony Johnson had a brief meltdown yesterday, using salty language to describe his indefinite suspension from mixed martial arts (MMA), following allegations from the mother of his children that accuse "Rumble" of domestic violence. See how it all went down right here. "I want to apologize to everybody for my language yesterday," Johnson wrote on his official Facebook page. "It really sux being accused of something I didn't do. S read news >>

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Steven Messina has tapped out. The Staten Island recluse was recently sued by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) for $32 million -- or one guaranteed purse for Floyd Mayweather Jr. -- for allegedly stealing pay-per-view (PPV) events and then uploading them to popular file-sharing websites like Pirate Bay. After initially arguing that he was innocent of all charges -- and starting an online fundraiser to help with his legal defense -- a press release from the world's largest mixed martial arts read news >>

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What appeared to be a routine guest appearance on AXS TV's Inside MMA turned to controversy when ONE FC welterweight champion Ben Askren was abruptly cut off from the program by host Kenny Rice. Knowing it would illicit a response, co-host and former UFC champion Bas Rutten asked Askren to explain comments he made last week regarding UFC president Dana White's business practices. Askren obliged, but once he touched on buzzwords like 'UFC monopoly' and 'fighter pay,' Rice 'had to close down the s read news >>

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ONE FC welterweight champion Ben Askren feels AXS TV Fights' Inside MMA program showed him an obvious bias towards the UFC—and a network executive doesn't seem to disagree. The "Funky" one appeared on Friday's edition of the program, and his interview via satellite began to head south after he was aggressively questioned by co-host Kenny Rice as to whether or not he wanted to compete against the best in the world in the UFC. Askren said: 100 percent and I don't disagree with you, and the UFC has read news >>

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