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Watch a video that goes in depth on the Miesha Tate vs. Rin Nakai match up at UFC Fight Night: Japan Ahead of UFC Fight Night: Japan this weekend, Zuffa has released a 10 minute video to promote one of the prominent main card bouts that evening in Rin Nakai vs. Miesha Tate. Watch the clip above dubbed as 'Fighting Queens', and check out the complete line up below: She is known for her quirky style and eye-opening promotional stunts, yet Rin Nakai can back it up with a 16-0-1 record. On Saturday, read news >>

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Every sport has sleepers. In mixed martial arts, a sport defined by its depth, sleepers exist in the darkest of corners. They are the lurkers in the night. The unseen forgers of violence and beauty. Unheralded souls capable of doing the impossible just to be noticed. Whether it's an undefeated rising star looking for his breakout performance or a veteran five years removed from a world title shot who has now found his true groove, the UFC offers plenty of sleepers. Here is one for each weight cl read news >>

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Looking in depth at one of the most thrilling matchups in recent UFC history. April 2001: Less than a month after his 19th birthday, Robbie Lawler has his mixed martial arts pro debut. He knocks out John Reed at Extreme Challenge 39 in Illinois in one round. He goes to train at Miletich Fighting Systems, the greatest camp in the world. He is young, athletic, talented and loves to fight. The sky is the limit. August 2001: Twenty-year-old Matt Brown is convinced to try heroin by a friend. This is read news >>

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Watch Countdown to UFC 175 as it goes in depth at the women's bantamweight title bout between Ronda Rousey and Alexis Davis. read news >>

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Watch Countdown to UFC 175 as it goes in depth at the Chris Weidman vs. Lyoto Machida headliner. read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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ONE FC continues to improve both the depth and the quality of its roster with another seven new signings, including former Legend FC champions Koji Ando and Adrian Pang and undefeated Englishman Christian Holley. read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Because they just don't have the depth they used to Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney is no stranger to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), having purchased his fair share of pay-per-view (PPV) events. But that was back when each card was "significant," unlike now, when the promotion holds one "every three weeks." From his conversation with MMA Junkie: "I used to watch the UFC years ago, and I used to buy pay-per-views when they were significant and every pay-per-view had big fights on it, but that's read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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MEMPHIS – When Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney lost the main event of his first pay-per-view for the second time, there could have been a freak-out moment, and understandably so.Filed under: Bellator, MMA Rumors, News read news >>

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With Nate Diaz sitting on the sidelines, refusing to fight, and Joe Silva matching up fresh lightweight talent, there must be a roiling undercurrent of discussion on how to get one of the world's top 155 lb fighters back in the cage... or not. Orders are nobody can see the Great Fertitta! Not nobody, not nohow! Suffice to say, that if Mike Kogan were Dorothy's agent, the land of Oz might still be a bit big on witches. Kogan recently sat down with Submission Radio to talk about the negotiations b read news >>

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T.P. Grant, together with Patrick Wyman, start a series taking in depth looks at historical styles of fighting that have died out and how they have impacted fighting today. Most styles of martial arts attempt to give themselves a deep history. In the game of martial art legacy building, every art attempts to be more storied, more ancient, and deadlier than all other arts. But the fact of the matter is that many of the styles practiced today are newer than we wish to admit. Greco-Roman Wrestling read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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T.P. Grant, together with Patrick Wyman, start a series taking in depth looks at historical styles of fighting that have died out. Most styles of martial arts attempt to give themselves a deep history. In the game of martial art legacy building, every art attempts to be more storied, more ancient, and deadlier than all other arts. But the fact of the matter is that many of the styles practiced today are newer than we wish to admit. Greco-Roman Wrestling was so named to give it a connection to th read news >>

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