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RIO DE JANEIRO -- Phil Davis is undefeated against Brazilians in the UFC, but light heavyweight contender Glover Teixeira wants to end this streak on Saturday night. Teixeira is set to collide with Davis in the co-main event of UFC 179 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Oct. 25, and he’s hoping to beat "Mr. Wonderful," who defeated Rogerio Nogueira, Wagner Prado, Vinny Magalhaes and Lyoto Machida inside the Octagon. "The only way to change this is going there and facing this," Teixeira told the media read news >>

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight titleholder Jon Jones eye-poked Glover Teixeira in the UFC 172 main event, which took place last May in Baltimore, Maryland. UFC President Dana White blamed the champ's sizable reach. Not that it matters. While Teixeira admits the ocular billiards affected his vision, it did little to sway the outcome of the fight. That's because "Bones" had roughed up the challenger early and often, and there was simply no turning back. From his conversatio read news >>

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It’s difficult enough to be successful in life. To be original is about as close to impossible as you can get without Tom Cruise and some suspension wire. In fact, if you want to be both, that tends to require some illusion or at least misdirection. You need more than skill; you need a little pixie dust. Michael Page might have that rare ability to fill both buckets. He hasn’t yet proved he can overcome top competition, but he might have the tools to get there. “I think creativity is one of the read news >>

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Bethe Correia has beaten her teammates and now she wants her shot at Ronda Rousey. Having beaten half of Ronda Rousey's training team, the self-proclaimed "Four Horsewomen," Bethe Correia has her sights set on the very top. Fresh off back-to-back wins over Horsewomen Shayna Baszler and Jessamyn Duke, Correia talked to FOX Sports' Matheus Aquino. "I already proved to the world that the Four Horsewomen are a big joke. I just need to conclude my work getting the number one, the leader. ... I'm only read news >>

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When he steps into the cage this Saturday in Nova Scotia, Paddy Holohan will compete outside of Europe for the first time as a pro MMA fighter. Is he nervous? “Nah, I’ve choked a Canadian or two in my day,” Holohan said with a laugh. “I love Canada.” It turns out he’s competed there before in various grappling events. But even if he hadn’t, you get the sense he wouldn’t be all that worried about it. Holohan, one of the UFC’s newest flyweights, seems to have a knack for taking life as it comes. T read news >>

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The MMA world will be occupied in the month of October with plenty of UFC, Bellator and regional MMA action. If you like lots of MMA, get excited because your time is here. With all these events and fights, you are bound to see some great prospects in action. Here at The Beaten Path, it's our job to find you the men and women with the best potential and point you toward them, as they could be the future of the sport. So, who are the prospects you should watch in October? Here is a guide to the f read news >>

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September is a month for rebirth. It's for getting back to business. For remembering what really matters. It's been a pretty tough stretch lately for MMA fans. So how about we talk about some fights? With well over a dozen September events on tap across the MMA landscape, it's a busy 30 (now just 20) days. And the real fans have to stay on top of things. You must dig into the meat of the schedule. You have to know more than the next guy, or else you will find yourself too embarrassed to ever go read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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UFC Fight Night 49 received a transfusion of new blood four days ago when prospect Joby Sanchez stepped in for an injured Tim Elliott to face Wilson Reis on the evening's undercard. Sanchez, 23 years old and 6-0 as a pro, is substantially younger and less experienced than the 27-year-old, 10-5-1 Elliott, but this matchup loses little steam as a result. In fact, given Sanchez's debut and the fact that Reis will make his first appearance at flyweight, it's entirely possible this matchup could esta read news >>

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Last week, the UFC announced it had signed Poland's Jan Blachowicz to a fight in its light heavyweight division. Though he was signed in January, this will mark Blachowicz's UFC debut. He's expected to face Ilir Latifi at UFC Fight Night 53 in Sweden. As you probably know already I'll make my @UFC debut on October 4th in Sweden against @Latifimma — Jan Blachowicz (@JanBlachowicz) July 30, 2014 Long considered a top prospect at 205 pounds, he could be an excitement infusion for the weight class, read news >>

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Addition by subtraction can be helpful. And there's always good, old-fashioned addition by addition. Cosmo Alexandre has conducted plenty of personal arithmetic over the past few weeks. The most recent variable in the equation came a little more than a week ago, when he got a call to step in to face Jo Nattawut on Friday at Lion Fights 17. “I was on the beach in Brazil, I was surfing,” the multi-time muay thai world champion told Bleacher Report. “It was only like 10 days away, but I said, ‘Of c read news >>

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Another month, another chance for MMA prospects to prove their worth. That's right folks, the MMA train never stops. It continues to roll, month in and month out. At the Beaten Path, it is our job to make sure you keep your eye on the next wave of top-level talent. These men and women will grace the major leagues soon enough, and you need to get a head start on getting to know them. We are headed to the month of August. Who are the five prospects you should keep your eye on? Here they are in all read news >>

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