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TOKYO – Roy Nelson knows fans can’t wait to see what happens when he and fellow heavyweight slugger Mark Hunt step into the octagon on Saturday at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Unlike most people in MMA, Mark Hunt never wanted to be a fighter. It's a point he makes abundantly clear several times even in a short conversation.Being a fighter is something he believes he was put on this Earth to be, and he's fine with that, and having fun with that, but he makes it clear it was not his decision but simply his fate. He was born with a powerful punch and an inordinate amount of durability. His punch, and ability to take a punch, allowed him to make up ground quickly both in read news >>

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UFC lightweight competitor Khabib Nurmagomedov discusses the rehabilitation process on his right knee as well as his intention to face Anthony Pettis in the near future. read news >>

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Former Strikeforce bantamweight champion Miesha Tate revealed that she was interested in avenging her loss to Cat Zingano. Although her sights are firmly set on her upcoming opponent, Miesha Tate hopes to get an opportunity to exact revenge on a fighter who almost cost her a title shot, Cat Zingano. Yet before that could be considered, Tate will need to overcome the 'Queen of Pancrase' in hostile territory this coming weekend. Rin Nakai may hold an undefeated 16-0-1 career record, but it has com read news >>

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Miesha Tate isn’t going to entertain the idea that another fight with women’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey is off the table. But if the UFC says it is, she has a plan.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, Radio Highlight, UFC, Videos read news >>

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BRASILIA, Brazil – In town to promote for the UFC, Ronda Rousey chose to hold off a backstage interview so she could watch a fight between Jessica Andrade and Larissa Moreira Pacheco – perhaps for good reason.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Former UFC heavyweight title challenger Antonio Silva is just 2-2(1) since first meeting Cain Velasquez in the cage 28 months ago, but he believes he will get another shot at the championship sooner than later. Speaking with Guilherme Cruz of MMA Fighting, Bigfoot said a win over Andrei Arlovski at UFC fight Night 51 Saturday evening would put him right back into the heavyweight title picture. There are not many fighters in the heavyweight division, it’s not like the lightweights, so two or thre read news >>

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News that Bellator MMA light heavyweight Joey Beltran would be getting a shot at Emanuel Newton’s title was met with a roll of the eyes from many MMA insiders. Filed under: Bellator, News read news >>

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UFC President Dana White revealed that GSP will likely get title shot if/when he decides to return to the UFC. While Dana White does not want to make a habit of handing out title shot to competitors with lengthy spells on the sidelines, he will make an exception for former welterweight kingpin Georges St-Pierre. In fact, White suggested that GSP will have the choice to do "whatever he wants" upon his return to MMA. "It would be tough to deny that GSP comes right back and doesn't fight for the ti read news >>

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BRASILIA, Brazil -- Antonio Silva has only two losses under the UFC banner, and both came in first-round TKO losses to against heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez. That doesn’t mean he won’t try to avenge that loss and go after the UFC belt one more time, though. "Bigfoot", who knocked out Travis Browne and Alistair Overeem inside the Octagon, is set to collide with Andrei Arlovski in the main event of UFC Fight Night 51 in Brasilia, Brazil, on Sept. 13, and he believes he’s one step closer from read news >>

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Khabib Nurmagomedov does a couple things well. First, he's a good fighter. You might say that. A 22-0 record at the age of 25 will earn you that status. So will convincing victories over fellow standouts like Rafael dos Anjos and Gleison Tibau. Second, in a departure from most of his Dagestani Russian brethren, Nurm knows how to sling a soundbite. He proved that again Wednesday in comments that aired on the UFC Tonight program, via Shaun Al-Shatti of MMAFighting.com. It's been a while since fans read news >>

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