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  • a year ago
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As dour as the IOC's removal of wrestling from the Olympics is, UFC president Dana White says that he "can't be the guy to try and run out and save wrestling." read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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LAS VEGAS – Ronda Rousey’s impact on women’s MMA is evident. After all, the UFC wouldn’t employ female fighters if it weren’t for the “Rowdy” one. But UFC boss Dana White believes she’s transcending the boundaries of MMA.Filed (...) read news >>

  • a year ago
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UFC president Dana White said on Tuesday, "The UFC is joining the fight to help save Olympic wrestling," and urged Bellator MMA parent company Viacom to follow suit. read news >>

  • 4 days ago
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MMA stalker Katie Winter couldn't help but notice Dana White's amazing vacation on a Fijian island for the past week or so. It looks pretty fantastic so here are the pics to add to your holiday cheer. Welcome to a super special MMA on Instagram. Normally, I would see a fighter/MMA person is on vacation because they would post a few pics and I would include them in my normal post and everyone would think, "That's nice". But when Dana White starting posting pics from his Fiji island vacation, I wa read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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All of the wolves in the UFC middleweight and welterweight divisions hoping for a slab of prime CM Punk should pick up their jaws, wipe up their drool and go find a bone elsewhere. Unlike his predecessor Brock Lesnar, who went on to become heavyweight champion shortly after joining the UFC, Punk will not be fed to the wolves while making the transition to MMA. Speaking with ESPN.com's Brett Okamoto, UFC President Dana White cleared up any preconceived notions that Punk would be fighting top UFC read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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We don't know why, when, what weight or against who, but CM Punk sure will fight in the UFC. The why (money), when (mid 2015), weight (185 pounds), where (Chicago, Illinois) can all sort of be deduced, but who the former WWE superstar will face in the Octagon is a much more interesting question. UFC fighters in nearly every weight class have gone to work calling out the 36-year-old pro wrestler on Twitter, but they're wasting their breath. According to UFC president Dana White, Punk's future opp read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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Dana White says he's not throwing CM Punk to the fire much like they did with Brock Lesnar when he first joined the UFC. One of the questions asked by many once the UFC announced the signing of CM Punk, was 'who is he going to be matched up against?' Several UFC middleweights and welterweights have already volunteered to be Punk's first challenge, but it looks like they're not picking any of their established guys. Dana White says, that unlike fellow WWE star Brock Lesnar who was thrown to the f read news >>

  • 22 days ago
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CM Punk is a huge fan of MMA, has a major following from his days with WWE and has trained for years in Brazilian jiu-jitsu under the Gracies. So would UFC president Dana White hear what he has to say about fighting in the UFC? Why not? "He is a big fan," White told TMZ. "I like him very much. He's a great dude. I don't know if he can fight or anything like that, but sure. I wouldn't mind talking to CM Punk." Punk did say last week on Colt Cabana's Art of Wrestling podcast that he has a no-compe read news >>

  • a month ago
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That's according to Dana White, who says the rival promotion doesn't have the talent to satisfy Lesnar's hunger to fight the best in the world. "Brock Lesnar wouldn't go to Bellator. Brock wants to fight the best guys in the world. The best guys in the world are [in the UFC]." -- If you've been paying attention, then you've noticed that over the last couple of years plenty of former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) veterans have jumped ship to the company's biggest rival, Bellator MMA. Chief read news >>

  • a month ago
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If UFC President Dana White's hunch proves correct, MMA fans will see the promotion's former welterweight champion, Georges "Rush" St-Pierre, back inside the Octagon sooner than later. During the UFC's "The Time is Now" press conference Monday, White said he is "very confident" that St-Pierre will return to fighting before officially hanging up the gloves. "Lorenzo (Fertitta, UFC chairman and CEO) and I went up and met with him up in Canada, and he's getting back into training," White said. "As read news >>

  • a month ago
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MEXICO CITY – UFC President Dana White has long discussed his desire to take the world’s largest MMA organization to Mexico. On the eve of that dream becoming a reality, is Mexico as excited to play host?Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

  • a month ago
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Because "Bang" turned a bunch of wrestlers at Team Alpha Male into dangerous standup fighters. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Jose Aldo and former title contender Chad Mendes put on a match for the ages during their title fight rematch at UFC 179, which took place just last month in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. For five rounds, the two talented fighters went toe-to-toe, strike-for-strike, in a battle of attrition that ultimately saw "Junior" retain his title (video). Sinc read news >>

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Longtime mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran and former PRIDE hurter Wanderlei Silva was spouting off about a potential fight against Chael Sonnen in Brazil, despite the fact that both combatants are serving suspensions from Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). And then there's that Phil Baroni rumor, too. I guess someone at Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) caught wind of the Brazilian's planned extracurricular activities, and kindly reminded "The Axe Murderer" that he's still bound to his read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Think about some of the greatest American athletes who have represented the U.S. in world championships and the Olympics. Some names that come to mind are Michael Phelps, Michael Jordan and Michael Johnson. Even more than the male athletes, there have been incredible female athletes such as Mia Hamm, Lolo Jones and Shawn Johnson. Even Ronda Rousey, UFC champion and Olympic bronze medalist, was one of the most recognizable faces of female international competition when she was a judoka. However, read news >>

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