Breaking down who's earned themselves some breathing room and whose backs are against the wall at this Saturday's UFC Fight Night. A card like this, staffed with so many UFC neophytes, means that most of these guys are probably due second or even third chances. As such, I am not really convinced that anyone fighting on Saturday falls under "Likely Cut."
If I had to pick one guy who's close, though...
Possibly Cut With a Loss
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The latest episode of Majority Draw Radio explores the magnitude of Anderson Silva vs. Nick Diaz, rumors of “Cowboy” Cerrone vs. Eddie Alvarez, and an interview with Andre Fili. read news >>
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Let me kick this slideshow off with a bit of breaking news: Nobody's perfect.
MMA is not a "body." I get it, stickler. But it's also not perfect, thereby rendering that phrase still relevant.
The main thrust is what most people, organizations, agencies and entities of all kinds learn at some point in their maturation stage is that you must embrace these flaws. Turn into the skid, as it were. Only in doing so will salvation appear, and true betterment occur.
Well, MMA hasn't learned that. Does th read news >>
Super Bowl weekend just got a hell of a lot more super. Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz will make their long-awaited returns to the Octagon, as the two former champions have men been booked to face off against one another at UFC 183 on Jan. 31, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
UFC.com broke the news earlier today (July 29, 2014).
The super mega fight is scheduled to heading the Super Bowl weekend event, which means fight fans can potentially see them two talented fighters go at it for five rounds i na fi read news >>
The word “Comeback” is often a dirty one in the world of combat sports. Simply breaking down the word lets you know that if you’re coming back, you must have left, and if you left... read news >>
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Here we go again. But, it ain't all that bad.
Alexander Gustafsson has been forced out of his scheduled light heavyweight title fight against Jon Jones at UFC 178, which is scheduled for MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sept., 27, 2014, because of an knee injury suffered in training.
Top-ranked 205-pound undefeated contender, Daniel Cormier, will step in to replace "The Mauler," who will get his opportunity to fight the winner whenever he is cleared to return to action, according read news >>
Ask and you shall receive. The time for talking will soon come to an end Dustin Poirier will get his wish to face Conor McGregor, as the two talented featherweights have been booked to swing leather at the upcoming UFC 178 pay-per-view (PPV) event, which is set for Sept, 27, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
UFC broke the news via Twitter earlier today July 22, 2014. BREAKING NEWS!! @DustinPoirier vs. @TheNotoriousMMA official for #UFC178 - Wow! pic.twitter.com/MhHBtCKKIr
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UFC president Dana White held court following Saturday's UFC Fight Night 46 in Dublin, where he discussed the success of the event and Conor McGregor, UFC Fight Pass, and much more. read news >>