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Former World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) middleweight champion and current Bitetti Combat punching bag Paulo Filho is back in the news this week. Unfortunately, it has nothing to do with his mixed martial arts (MMA) career, as "Ely" took a bullet while partying in Brazil and was forced into surgery. MMA Fighting has bits and pieces: [Filho] had a discussion with a man during a party in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and was shot in the leg by a man when he left the house. Filho was rushed to the Miguel read news >>

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Former WEC middleweight champion Paulo Filho was reportedly shot in the leg during a house party on Saturday night in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and rushed into surgery. read news >>

  • 18 hours ago
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Paulo Filho was shot in Brazil and his current condition is unknown. Once considered among the sport's elite, Paulo Filho has fallen on tough times as of late. The former WEC champ has only won 1 out of his last 7 bout amidst personal problems and substance abuse. His troubles hasn't stopped there as this past Tuesday, the 36-year-old was shot in the leg and ended up in surgery. MMA Fighting has it: The former WEC champion had a discussion with a man during a party in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and read news >>

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Anderson Silva will be coaching against Mauricio 'Shugun' Rua at TUF: Brazil 4, but unfortunately, they won't be fighting at the end of the season. The fourth season of The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil will be shown on April 2015. Almost 600 fighters tried out for the show, which interestingly enough, will be shot and filmed in Las Vegas and not in Brazil. The coaches have been announced as well, and it will be two former champions and fan favorites in Anderson Silva and Mauricio Rua heading up the read news >>

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Longtime former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva and Pride legend and former UFC light heavyweight champion Mauricio "Shogun" Rua have been announced as the coaches for The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 4. The news was first announced on the UFC's Brazilian website and was then discussed by UFC President Dana White on Twitter: The next coaches for TUF Brazil are Anderson Silva and Shogun Rua!!! http://t.co/JkTplR1dQC — Dana White (@danawhite) October 29, 2014 The news was broken Wednesday nig read news >>

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Jimi Manuwa broke his foot ahead of his scheduled UFC Fight Night 56 and Shogun Rua will now face Ovince St. Preux in the featured bout on the Nov. 8 card. read news >>

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The fourth season of “The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil” will be led by coaches Mauricio Rua and Anderson Silva. read news >>

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The UFC and Globo announced today that Anderson Silva and “Shogun” Rua will coach the fourth season of The Ultimate Fighter Brazil. read news >>

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Two of the biggest names in the history of Brazilian MMA will serve as opposing coaches on that country's next version of The Ultimate Fighter. UFC.com's Brazilian site reported on Wednesday that longtime middleweight champion Anderson Silva and former UFC light heavyweight champion and PRIDE Grand Prix champ Mauricio "Shogun" Rua will serve as coaches on the fourth TUF: Brazil season, which airs on the Globo network. Unlike most versions of TUF, however, there will be no coaches fight at the en read news >>

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Another injury hits a main event fighter, as Jimi Manuwa is out of his bout against Mauricio Rua. The injury bug is still alive and well, taking it's toll on the year's remaining cards. Today it strikes Uberlandia, as Jimi Manuwa has been forced from his main event bout against Mauricio Rua on November 8th. In his place will be Ovince St. Preux, who had been scheduled to take on Francimar Barroso in the co-main event. Dana White reported the news via Twitter. Jimmy Manuwa broke his foot for his read news >>

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A broken foot has forced British knockout artist Jimi Manuwa to withdraw from his headlining bout against Mauricio Rua on Nov. 8. read news >>

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