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  • a year ago
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It was just a couple weeks ago that UFC President Dana White stood before the media, absolutely shocked at the recent career choices of one Matt Mitrione. "F---ing insane," White said. "It makes no sense to me, and it's insane." The "it" in this case was Mitrione's decision to turn down a bout with Strikeforce heavyweight grand-prix winner Daniel Cormier. Yet in light of DaMarques Johnson's UFC release, his decision looks all the wiser. read news >>

  • a year ago
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DaMarques Johnson has been released by the UFC following his Sept. 29 submission defeat to Gunnar Nelson at UFC on Fuel TV 5. read news >>

  • a year ago
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The recent UFC on Fuel TV 5 event in Nottingham, England, was the perfect debut for Renzo Gracie black belt Gunnar Nelson, but his success was the harbinger of DaMarques Johnson’s demise. read news >>

  • a year ago
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>Following a loss at the recent UFC on FUEL TYV 5 event, DaMarques Johnson is a UFC fighter no longer. The welterweight fighter and "The Ultimate Fighter 9" runner-up today confirmed his contractually release via Twitter. His release follows a three-fight losing streak, though the latest defeat came on late notice with some peculiar details. read news >>

  • a year ago
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NOTTINGHAM, England - DaMarques Johnson avoided his second knockout loss in 56 days, but he suffered a loss nonetheless. Highly touted welterweight prospect Gunnar Nelson made quick work of the late replacement and choked out Johnson with a first-round rear-naked choke. The preliminary-card bout was part of Saturday's UFC on FUEL TV 5 event at Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, England. It streamed on Facebook prior to the FUEL TV-televised main card. read news >>

  • a year ago
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As MMAjunkie.com first reported, DaMarques Johnson will meet Gunnar Nelson at UFC on FUEL TV 5. UFC executives today officially announced the new matchup, which will be contested at a catchweight of 175 pounds. Johnson steps in for an injured Pascal Krauss (and instead of Rich Attonito, who had briefly been linked to the contest). read news >>

  • a year ago
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Just 24 hours after announcing that Rich Attonito had stepped in for Pascal Krauss, who had to drop off of the UFC on Fuel TV 5 fight card due to injury, UFC officials have shifted gears once again. read news >>

  • a year ago
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For the second time in as many days, Gunnar Nelson has a different opponent for his UFC on Fuel TV 5 bout. read news >>

  • a year ago
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DaMarques Johnson, not Rich Attonito will meet Gunnar Nelson later this month at UFC on FUEL TVF 5, MMAjunkie.com today confirmed with sources close to the event. As reported earlier today, Mjolnir fight team head Dean Nelson initially tweeted that Attonito had stepped in for injured welterweight Pascal Krauss. Instead, it'll be Johnson who takes the short-notice opportunity. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Mike Swick proved the wait was worth it, and in his first fight in nearly 30 months, he returned to the cage and topped fellow welterweight DaMarques Johnson in a thrilling performance. Full fight video highlights are now available of the bout.  UFC on FOX 4 took place at Los Angeles' Staples Center, and Swick vs. Johnson was part of the FOX-televised main card following prelims on FUEL TV. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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LOS ANGELES - For as long as Mike Swick was out of the sport, he signaled his return absolutely out of nowhere and in a big way. Swick, fighting for the first time since February 2010 after battling injuries and esophageal ailments, knocked out DaMarques Johnson 1:20 into the second round. The welterweight fight opened up the main card of Saturday's UFC on FOX 4 event at Staples Center in Los Angeles. It aired on FOX following prelims on FUEL TV. read news >>

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