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Following the controversial conclusion of his feature bout at UFC 178, Tim Kennedy appeared on ‘The MMA Hour’ to discuss the fallout of the stoppage. One of the most bizarre octagon incidents in recent memory took place last Saturday night during the UFC 178 feature fight between Yoel Romero and Tim Kennedy. Following two rounds of action that featured several momentum shifts, Romero appeared tentative about getting off the stool following the 60-second break between rounds and proceeded to - al read news >>

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Tim Kennedy could be held out of action for six months after suffering a controversial third-round TKO loss to Yoel Romero at UFC 178, according to information released to MMAFighting.com by the Nevada Athletic Commission. Kennedy appeared to be on the verge of knocking Romero out in the closing moments of round two of the pair's middleweight contest, however Romero survived to the horn, then was awarded almost a minute-and-a-half to recover between rounds due to a series of bizarre circumstance read news >>

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A controversial middleweight contest left Tim Kennedy with an orbital injury, according to UFC 178 medical suspensions released today by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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LAS VEGAS - For the better part of nine minutes, Yoel Romero battered a game Tim Kennedy. The finish seemed all but inevitable. And we got there. But boy, were there twists and turns along the way in what turned into an epic UFC 178 middleweight encounter. After looking down and out, Kennedy tagged Romero with 15 seconds left in the second round and nearly finished him in a staggering reversal of fortune. Romero was saved by the horn. Romero looked out on his feet in his corner between rounds. B read news >>

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LAS VEGAS – Yoel Romero got the win in a wild, bloody battle with Tim Kennedy, but it was not without some controversy.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Yoel Romero's corner did some sneaky stuff to delay sending their hurt fighter back out after the second round, giving him time to recover. Romero then went out and put Kennedy out in the third round. Yoel Romero and Tim Kennedy took the Octagon on the main card of UFC 178. Romero, the accomplished wrestler with heavy hands, was looking to take out former soldier Tim Kennedy and move toward a title shot. Early on, Romero landed a big left hand that drew blood from Kennedy. Kennedy managed to alm read news >>

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. had a very simple message for those who have issues with what they might see on his Showtime “All Access” Series: read news >>

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Ronda Rousey weighs in on the controversial situation involving Fallon Fox and transgender athletes in combat sports. The whole transgender issue in combat sports has made headlines once again, as Fallon Fox (5-1) recently stopped Tamikka Brents, who reportedly suffered a concussion and a broken orbital bone during the 2 minute contest. TMZ approached Ronda Rousey about the situation, and the face of Women's MMA weighed in: I think it's one of those scenarios when it's a case by case thing. I ac read news >>

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It’s fair to say that MMA referees take their fair share of stick from both fans and media. As viewers, we have a tendency to underestimate just how difficult a referee’s job is, and determining when to stop a fight may be its most challenging feature. Referees are charged with giving the athlete every opportunity to recover from bad positions, but they are also tasked with ensuring the fighter’s safety. The ability to strike the correct balance between these contradictory aims is often what sep read news >>

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Controversial UFC talent Nick Diaz was arrested on suspicion of DUI in Lodi, Calif., on Sept. 6. read news >>

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Like many, UFC president Dana White questioned the words of Joe Rogan, the company's longtime color commentator, when Rogan wondered whether racism is part of the reason UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones isn't more popular than he is. But White's questions pertained to Jones' level of popularity, not the questions of racial motives. White told UFC.com on Thursday that he thinks the world's top pound-for-pound fighter is plenty popular. "Who says Jones isn't popular? I mean, as far as our read news >>

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