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UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman talks about his injured hand and working as a FOX Sports analyst at UFC 178. read news >>

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Former World Series of Fighting featherweight champion Georgi Karakhanyan has signed a new, multi-fight contract with Bellator MMA. read news >>

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Former UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans is gearing up for an early-2015 return to the octagon, and he already has an opponent in mind. Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

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UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman has a reputation as a cool customer, someone who can let just about anything roll off his back. But Vitor Belfort has proven that someone can, in fact, succeed in pushing his buttons. In a recent interview with Combate, Belfort took shots at Weidman, who had to pull out of their Dec. 6 fight date in Las Vegas due to a broken hand. Apprised of the comments, which were translated from Portuguese, Weidman didn't hold back, saying he'll have something special read news >>

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A former WSOF champion is headed back to Bellator. Georgi Karakhanyan, the former WSOF featherweight champion, has signed a multi-fight contract with Bellator, according to promotion officials. Karakhanyan returns to Bellator after most recently losing the WSOF 145-pound title to Rick Glenn in June. The details surrounding his next fight have yet to be determined. This marks Karakhanyan's second stint with Bellator. He had a record of 2-2 in the promotion in 2010-2011. "Bellator has one of the m read news >>

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Some fight fans say UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson is one of the most overlooked fighters in the promotion, but his check from UFC 178 says otherwise. Mighty Mouse walked home with a cool $183,000 after his second-round submission victory over Chris Cariaso in UFC 178's headliner Saturday night, as Sherdog reported. Johnson earned $129,000 to show up and was awarded an additional $54,000 for the win. Meanwhile, featherweight contender Conor McGregor wasn't far behind, taking home a he read news >>

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UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson earned an event-high $183,000 purse for his title defense against Chris Cariaso at UFC 178. read news >>

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UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has a rare drive to become the best in the world at whatever she does, no matter what that may be. read news >>

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Former Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez made his long-awaited UFC debut at UFC 178 opposite Donald Cerrone. It did not go especially well for him. While Alvarez put on a strong showing against one of the top lightweights of the last few years, Cerrone's power proved to be too much as he hobbled Alvarez with leg kicks and battered his eye closed with jabs. The damage added up and allowed Cerrone to take home a decisive decision win. Now, Alvarez looks to the the future, and UFC matchma read news >>

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Chris Cariaso may have been outclassed by flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson at UFC 178, but the 33-year-old still has plenty to offer the division. It’s unlikely he will ever make it back into the title picture, given how soundly he was beaten by the champion. However, he could function as a gatekeeper of sorts for the next few years. Read on for some potential future opponents for Cariaso.Begin Slideshow read news >>

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Flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson entered his UFC 178 bout with Chris Cariaso as a massive favorite, and Mighty Mouse didn't disappoint as he successfully defended his title via second-round submission. UFC on Fox tweeted the result: The reigning champion took control of the fight from the outset. His ability to dictate the fight whether standing, in the clinch or on the mat showed he was the better fighter from the start. The flurry that rocked Cariaso at the end of the first round showed M read news >>

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