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Despite plans to host GLORY 19 in December, the organization has decided to push the event back. According to a report from Liver Kick, GLORY won't hold its nineteenth event until February. "Obviously I'm disappointed that we had to move off the December 19th date," GLORY CEO Jon J. Franklin said. "But I'd have been even more disappointed if we continued with the hard work it takes to put on an event like GLORY does and it didn't live up to the standard our fans have come to expect and demand. " read news >>

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Bobby Green is yet another mixed martial artist who has decided to talk his way into stardom. The rise of the “King” has been as sudden as he has been loud. As he prepares for his co-main event slot at UFC Fight Night 57 against Edson Barboza, this may be the moment that he’s been waiting for to become a face to follow within MMA. Travel back to UFC 156, when Green walked into the Octagon for the first time to face off against Jacob Volkmann. While Volkmann was far from a fan favorite, he had wo read news >>

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The UFC has decided to go head-to-head with your significant other for your attention on Valentine's Day 2015. The promotion announced on Monday that three fights have been made official for a February 14 show at 1stBank Center in Broomfield, Colorado. The event will feature a featherweight fight between Max Holloway and Cole Miller, as well as two flyweight contests pitting Zach Makovsky against Tim Elliott and Ray Borg against Chris Kelades. Following a loss to surging Irish contender Conor Mc read news >>

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Titan FC officials have decided to postpone their next event until December. Titan FC 32 was scheduled to take place Nov. 20 in Augusta, Ga., however, according to Titan FC CEO Jeff Aronson, the card has been moved to Dec. 19 at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, Mass. "A bunch of fights didn't materialize," he said, "so I wasn't going to put out a subpar product." MMAJunkie.com first reported the news on Tuesday. According to Aronson, the main event will still be Dave Herman vs. Jon Madsen for the h read news >>

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UFC brass has decided that Season 4 of TUF Brazil will be filmed in Las Vegas. The first season of TUF Brazil was pretty awesome. Every guy there fought his heart out, and every guy there cried at least once during the course of the season. A guy would beat the living death out of his opponent, and cry like a baby afterwards, talking about how much he loved all God's creatures, great and small. It was kind of like Forrest Gump's box of chocolates, you never knew which emotion you were gonna get. read news >>

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Surging UFC featherweight contender Conor McGregor decided to fight again instead of waiting for a title shot, but 145-pound champ Jose Aldo is still in his crosshairs. "The Notorious" did a Q&A session in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil prior to the UFC 179 weigh-ins, and while the crowd did not give the Irish striker a warm welcome, he still spoke his mind (h/t FOX Sports). I am the No. 1 contender. The next time Jose steps into the Octagon after Saturday night it will be to face me. In the meantime, I read news >>

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A competitor on season 17 of TUF, Sweden's Tor Troeng has decided to call it quits after a 1-3 career in the UFC. MMA is a strange sport, unlike baseball or football (and to a lesser extent basketball) it offers a wealth of opportunities for fighters to keep competing at a reasonably public level once their time at the pinnacle of competition is done. So, for some fighters this means a long winding career of comebacks and small show headliners, slogging through the regional scene just to stay in read news >>

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He once managed a 500-million-dollar hedge fund on Wall Street, so why did Chatri Sityodtong decide to invest in Asian mixed martial arts and create Evolve MMA? read news >>

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Fabricio Werdum decided to move his training camp to Mexico in preparation for a heavyweight championship fight with Cain Velasquez on Nov. 15, but a bad choice almost ended his life. Werdum moved to Nevado de Toluca with Rafael Cordeiro, Felipe Werdum, Renato "Babalu" Sobral and eight other coaches and sparring partners, and their first day of training almost became their last, as they were poisoned by carbon monoxide from a gasoline generator. "It was terrible," Werdum told MMAFighting.com. "W read news >>

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"Those woods are filled with black bears." This was the tidbit of information Mike Miller decided to casually throw out there as I followed his son, lightweight standout Jim Miller, on a tour of the new training facility he is opening with his brother and fellow UFC veteran, Dan Miller, in their hometown of Sparta, N.J. I assumed it was a joke. It wasn't, but I was still several hours away from finding out just how truthful his statement was. Jim added a few jabs of his own onto my obvious paran read news >>

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Paulo Filho was scheduled to fight UFC veteran Amilcar Alves recently in Sao Goncalo, Brazil, but the match-up never materialized. Minutes before the main event, Fatality Arena officials announced that Filho had suffered a seizure that morning and the middleweight bout was canceled. After the event, Filho told MMAFighting.com his side of the story. "I’m not an epileptic," Filho said, "I never had a seizure." Filho, who has a history of addiction to rohypnol, has been dealing with health issues o read news >>

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