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Mark DellaGrotte's relationship with Kevin James began in 2006 during a coaching stint on "The Ultimate Fighter 4."
After a day on set, he and guest coach/UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre went to one of James' comedy shows on the Las Vegas strip, and he chatted backstage with the actor and comedian.
The encounter would prove fruitful.
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BOSTON – Don’t think for a minute that Conor McGregor was too distracted by a fight with Dennis Siver to take in Ricardo Lamas’ recent video parody.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
This week's episode of The Ultimate Fighter kicked off with our Team Tate coach Dennis Hallman nearly coming to blows with Team Rousey coach Edmond Tarverdyan. read news >>
“I don’t rely on strength. I rely on technique,” said Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz following his hard-fought win against K.J. Noons. read news >>
Retired MMA legend Fedor Emelianenko revealed that the current generation of fighters in Russia doesn’t want to take his advice. Attend an MMA event in Russia and you will be met with a sea of ‘Last Emperor' shirts emphasizing the importance of MMA legend Fedor Emelianenko. He is a national hero, one who propelled the sport to new heights, and compiled a win streak during his peak years that will be forever etched in history. Given the respect and admiration that Fedor has garnered over the past read news >>
You mess with the daughter, you get the mother. You can't say Cristiane Justino isn't persistent. The former Strikeforce and current Invicta FC featherweight champion is still on her crusade to get a fight against Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. In fact, she was kind enough to give "Rowdy" Lorenzo Fertitta's phone number to get things rolling Just in case she didn't already have it. That little comment didn't sit too well with Rousey's mother, Dr. read news >>
The British light heavyweight spoke to MMAMania about his title fight vs. Emanuel Newton at Bellator 134, selling everything he owned to move to the U.S. to pursue a career in MMA, Guy Ritchie films, Kryolife and being approachable. The undefeated Liam McGeary is one of Bellator's best in the 205-pound division and currently sports a 9-0 record. Tonight at Bellator 134 (February 27, 2015) he will get a shot at Emanuel Newton's light heavyweight title at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connectic read news >>
Holly Holm's neck injury was a little more serious than many people believed. The budding women's MMA star was forced out of her UFC debut in December with a herniated disc in between two vertebrae. The swelling made the disc press up against a nerve that caused Holm to essentially lose the use of her left tricep. "At first I was kind of worrying if I had a neurological problem, because my arm wasn't working," Holm told MMA Fighting. "I couldn't even push down five pounds with my triceps. I thin read news >>
“I don’t think I can ever look at anyone the same ever again after they do that.” That’s how UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey responded when asked about Anderson Silva’s recent drug-testing failures.Filed under: Featured, (...) read news >>
There are easier ways to put together money for your child’s college tuition fund, but don’t tell that to mother, high school teacher, Jiu-Jitsu brown belt and UFC bantamweight Marion Reneau... read news >>
UFC women's strawweight Paige VanZant feels she has a lot to prove, but nothing to lose when she faces Felice Herrig at UFC on Fox 17 on April 18 in New Jersey. read news >>
Watch Ben Henderson talk about moving up to welterweight, and what differences it would make for him. Ben Henderson is moving up to welterweight on short notice as he takes on Brandon Thatch next weekend. According to the former UFC lightweight champion, he believes he will be able to perform better after not having to cut much weight, but is also quick to say that the move will not be permanent. Here's what he said during an appearance at AXS TV: "At 170, I'm definitely losing a lot of strength read news >>
UFC middleweight competitor Nick Diaz discusses the scoring of the UFC 183 main event and why he believes he defeated Anderson Silva. read news >>
LAS VEGAS -- Nick Diaz was as sure as he could be after the fight. He wasn't as confident in the post-fight press conference. But the fact remained: Diaz believed he beat Anderson Silva at UFC 183 on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. "I felt like I won every round," Diaz told Joe Rogan immediately after the bout. The judges felt differently. One gave Silva all five rounds. The other two had Diaz winning just one round. Diaz has never really seen eye-to-eye with judges and admittedly read news >>