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"It's not something that was a surprise. Since all able-bodied men are obligated to serve, I knew that it was something that I'd have to do at some point. It's the law and a duty of all Korean men. Those are the rules, so I have to abide by them. I'll be working in my local district office. Because of several surgeries that I had, I was given a government office job. I'm not sure exactly what I'll be doing there, though. I think this may extend my career, because it gives me some much needed tim read news >>

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Word got out last week that Chan Sung Jung, a.k.a "The Korean Zombie," would be sidelined for two years from MMA to fulfill his mandatory military service required of South Korean male citizens. The 13-4 fighter last competed in Aug. 2013 when he lost via fourth-round TKO to UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo. MMAFighting.com recently spoke to the 27-year-old, who started his service on Monday, via e-mail about this news: Ariel Helwani: What was your reaction when you heard that you'll have to read news >>

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The famed career heavyweight great Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira is clearly approaching its end. However, good friend and training partner Anderson Silva is not ready to throw in the towel on his buddy’s career.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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UFC veteran heavyweight Oli Thompson is making the move to 205 pounds, hoping to land more fights and rekindle his career. read news >>

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Amir Aliakbari becomes the first world class Iranian wrestler to pursue an MMA career People keep asking me, "Hey Coach, when are we going to see more Russian and Iranian wrestling stars going to do MMA?" I now have an answer: when more of these Russians and Iranians get lifetime bans for doping, we will see more of them in prize fights. Iran's Amir Aliakbari, has placed first at two Greco-Roman world championships, is only 27, massive (here he is next to Soa Palelei, and training with a top-fli read news >>

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If you’re ever hungry in Columbus, Ohio, you can get a piece of Luke Zachrich’s life’s work – when he’s not at his other job.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Damacio Page got the knockout of his career at Legacy FC 36 on Friday night. read news >>

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The next chapter in Renan Barao's career will begin on December 20. Following a disappointing withdrawal from a rematch with TJ Dillashaw, Barao has been booked to meet Mitch Gagnon at UFC Fight Night 58. MMAJunkie.com reported the matchup on Wednesday. Scheduled to battle Dillashaw in an immediate rematch during August, Barao encountered issues while cutting weight the day prior to his title shot. That forced Barao to pull out and UFC brass to replace him with Joe Soto, who went on to lose to D read news >>

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Bellator welterweight and UFC vet Josh Neer didn’t have the best role model growing up, and so he got in with the wrong crowd. He wasn’t pushed, either. Filed under: Bellator, News read news >>

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Chael Sonnen’s career went up in flames earlier this year when the former three-time UFC title challenger failed two drug tests in three weeks. But if Sonnen was given a do-over, he said he wouldn’t change a thing.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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The UFC's greatest fighter of all time spoke to the press in Rio di Janeiro yesterday to promote his return to the Octagon against Nick Diaz early in 2015. Yesterday former UFC champ Anderson Silva held a press conference in Brazil (video here). Among the topics covered was UFC 183 opponent Nick Diaz, whose negative comments about Silva's punching abilities were not appreciated. Silva warned Diaz not to descend into further trash talk (transcription via MMA Fighting). "I'm very easygoing," the f read news >>

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