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Yoel Romero’s cornermen weren’t exactly on their best behavior Saturday night at UFC 178, UFC President Dana White said, but the UFC is also partially to blame for a controversial delay between rounds in the fight with Tim Kennedy. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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UFC 178 featured a variety of entertaining stoppages, the most bizarre of which was Yoel Romero's third round TKO win over Tim Kennedy. While the manner of Romero's stoppage was not the issue, his failure to get off the stool heading into the final frame left fans and pundits puzzled over referee John McCarthy's decision to allow the fight to continue. With Romero wasting time on the stool, Kennedy grew frustrated with the Olympian's antics and pressured the referee to step in and make a call. R read news >>

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UFC 178 delivered on a variety of levels, but it was not without a bit of controversy. Typically, controversy in the UFC comes by way of a stoppage that was too early or a poor scorecard courtesy of the judges. On Saturday, controversy came by way of some confusion and old-school corner tricks. In the second round of the Tim Kennedy vs. Yoel Romero bout, Kennedy hurt Romero with uppercuts. He tried to finish, and he was close to doing just that. Romero was rocked, but he was saved by the bell. R read news >>

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Yoel Romero appeared to be the benefactor of a generous dollop of Vaseline and a slow moving corner. He and Dana White weigh in on the controversy. read news >>

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Kid Nate and Victor Rodriguez look back at UFC 178 with commentary and reviews of every fight on the card. read news >>

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Yoel Romero earned the biggest win of his UFC career, defeating Tim Kennedy on the main card of UFC 178 in Las Vegas on Saturday. read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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BRASILIA, Brazil – Controversy threatened to derail the rematch between Johnny Bedford and Rani Yahya, but after a referee warning, the fight was allowed to reach its natural conclusion.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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The co-host of AXS-TV's Inside MMA says Ben Askren is the first guest in 8 years and 500 interviews to complain to Mark Cuban about his treatment on the show. There are two sides to every story, right? But when it comes to big-talking One FC champ Ben Askren his side is going to get told and told and told. Inside MMA co-host Bas Rutten is tired of being on the receiving end of Ben's wrath over Askren's appearance on their show last Friday in which Askren claims he was cut off while criticizing t read news >>

  • 20 days ago
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“Inside MMA” co-host Bas Rutten takes issue with Ben Askren’s critique of the AXS TV show and co-host Kenny Rice following a controversial interview segment this past week. Filed under: AXS TV Fights, News read news >>

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UFC President Dana White apologized on Tuesday for the breach of protocol that resulted in the removal of judge Howard Hughes from subsequent officiating at UFC Fight Night 48 in Macau, China and drew criticism as a conflict of interest in regards to a promoter directly affecting the outcome of his organization's fights. "It's no secret how fired up I get when there's bad judging. But I have to apologize the judge Hughes," White told reporters in Mexico City. "I did get some misinformation. He d read news >>

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A series of UFC Macau ads starring Dong Hyun Kim have caused a minor stir for being able to be potentially seen as racist. The ads feature Kim smashing watermelons and chicken ahead of his bout with Tyron Woodley. A series of ads by Super Action (UFC's Korean TV broadcast partner) for UFC Macau were released recently which focus on Dong Hyun Kim ahead of his bout with Tyron Woodley. What stood out to some, and became the focus of a discussion on Twitter on Wednesday night, was that two of the ad read news >>

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