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MMAjunkie’s writers and radio hosts don’t have any unanimous picks for Saturday’s UFC 179 main card. In fact, we’re split on the co-headliners.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Don’t get me wrong, Jose Aldo has been a very good champion for the UFC. Aldo, in fact, is the only featherweight titlist the Octagon has ever known. By the time the UFC absorbed the WEC at the end of 2010, he’d so firmly entrenched himself as the best 145-pounder in the world, executives merely “promoted” him to the rank of UFC champion without bothering to have him fight for it. It was the right move. Today, he's the fight company’s longest reigning champ. As he approaches a UFC 179 rematch wi read news >>

  • 7 days ago
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Royce Gracie was the latest member of the UFC Hall of Fame to join Bellator, and he’s excited to help the promotion. Signed to be the new official brand ambassador for Bellator, the MMA legend will interact with fans during MMA shows, making promotional appearances and "be involved in a co-branded merchandise line that will debut in 2015," Bellator announced on Oct. 8. Gracie will make his debut as an ambassador at the Bellator Fan Fest on Oct. 21 in San Diego, Calif., and he’s looking forward t read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey won’t talk much about money. She will, though, happily admit to being extremely satisfied with her salary.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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New Bloody Elbow contributor James Stapleton examines the bio-mechanics of fighting and how it all comes down to dem hips. The hips are vital in every aspect of fighting, In striking you need to turn your hips to generate power, in wrestling you need to get your hips lower to lift your opponent and on the ground you need to control your opponent's hips to control their body. However, today we aren't going to talk about the area around the pelvis, we're going to talk specifically about the hip jo read news >>

  • 21 days ago
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Former Bellator champion Daniel Straus isn't just about the win, he's about making a statement as he fights to get the belt back. read news >>

  • 22 days ago
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On Saturday, don’t expect altitude-weary fighters to be gasping for Swedish air. You also won’t see rabid fans yelling death threats to visiting athletes. But Ilir Latifi said he’ll still boast a strong home-field advantage.Filed under: News, Radio (...) read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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Words don’t always hurt. Sometimes they serve only to awaken a slumbering giant like UFC middleweight champ Chris Weidman. The 185-pound king was recently forced to pull out of his end-of-the-year title bout against Vitor Belfort at UFC 181 after suffering a broken hand in training. Belfort, the top contender in the middleweight division, wasn’t too pleased to hear that he would have to wait until 2015 to receive another shot at UFC gold. During an interview with Combate.com (h/t BloodyElbow), B read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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There’s no way around it: Conor McGregor is a star. If you don’t believe it, just ask him. That will give him all the opportunity he needs to tell you about his custom-made suits and his shiny gold watch, both of which, he insists, would go perfectly with a UFC title (...) read news >>

  • a month ago
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Nova Uniao head coach Andre Pederneiras had a lot to say about his team's weight cutting practices and the UFC's decision to not to pay Renan Barao after he passed out trying to make weight for his title fight. It's a little publicized fact that Nova Uniao is one of the most storied gyms in UFC history. Starting with Rafael Carino, back at UFC 9, Nova Uniao has steadily created UFC level talent, including a several champions in B.J. Penn, Renan Barao, and Jose Aldo, as well as several title chal read news >>

  • a month ago
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UFC middleweight Tim Kennedy discusses his upcoming match-up against Yoel Romero and why he doubt he will have an issue taking the fight to the ground. Undefeated since joining the UFC roster, Tim Kennedy is quite confident in his skill set against any obstacle in the middleweight division - even against an Olympic silver medalist in freestyle wrestling. In fact, Kennedy is quite certain that his UFC 178 opponent Yoel Romero's credentials won't have much impact on the outcome of the fight since read news >>

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