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Your eyes aren't deceiving you - Kimbo Slice is fighting Ken Shamrock a little less than 4 months from today. Last month, Bellator announced the return of former EliteXC star, backyard brawling legend, and UFC fighter Kimbo Slice, who hadn't competed in MMA since 2010. We now know when Slice's Bellator debut will be made, as well as his opponent. ESPN reports that Slice will fight 51-year-old Ken Shamrock in the main event of a June 20th card to be televised live on Spike TV from St. Louis, Miss read news >>

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DeAnna Bennett is ditching the flyweight division for a fresh start at strawweight starting Friday at Invicta FC 11 in Los Angeles.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil – With his teammate, Anthony Johnson, set to fight for the UFC light heavyweight title in May, former 205-pound champ Rashad Evans is contemplating a move to the middleweight division.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 15 days ago
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Gunnar Nelson hopes he can add some Icelandic flare to the UFC’s “International Fight Week” in Las Vegas this July.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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Conor McGregor will have plenty on his plate against Jose Aldo in July. But another fight on his mind is one against another champion: Anthony Pettis. The rising UFC featherweight says that moving up to lightweight is highly likely down the road. And a bout there with Pettis, the titleholder, strikes his fancy. "I think it would be a great fight," McGregor said during a media scrum at UFC 183. "Definitely, 155 is in my future. Anthony is phenomenal on the feet. He's got good jiu-jitsu. I feel it read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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Is this 2009? Thales Leites is the real deal ladies and gentleman. Don't look now, but that one-dimensional jiu-jitsu aficionado that laid an egg against Anderson Silva in an Ultimate fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight title fight way back at UFC 97 has since gone 11-2, including eight straight victories -- five of which have come inside the Octagon. Leites defines resurgent contender in every sense of the word. Not only is the 33-year old the best he has ever been as a mixed martial artis read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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Thales Leites eyes a top 10 opponent for his next bout. And the UFC's resurgent middleweight has somebody in mind. Fresh off a second-round submission victory over Tim Boetsch at UFC 183, which earned him performance of the night and fight of the night bonuses, Leites would like to face former Strikeforce middleweight title contender Tim Kennedy next. Kennedy, ranked No. 8 in the UFC middleweight division, had his four-fight winning streak snapped in a controversial third-round loss to Yoel Rome read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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Odds are, if you find your eyes currently gliding across this screen from one line to the next, you're an MMA fan. No matter how educated a fan you claim to be, no matter how much you pride yourself in appreciating a less-than-entertaining, grueling clinch battle against the cage, you enjoy seeing a knockout. You'll never complain after seeing one fighter walk across the cage with his God-given force that compels his opponent to succumb to gravity. Some fighters have it, some fighters don't. Scr read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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Gabriel Checco didn’t know what it felt like to lose, but Jake Collier introduced him to the experience this past October. Now “Zangief” is reinventing himself to make sure it never happens again.Filed under: AXS TV Fights, News read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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In Mike Dolce's eyes, Johny Hendricks should still be the UFC welterweight champion. Dolce thought his client beat Robbie Lawler in the main event of UFC 181 "no problem." However, the award-winning MMA diet and nutrition guru thought it would have been far easier if Hendricks had not allowed himself to get out of shape in between fights, forcing a very steep weight cut. "Johny Hendricks has such problems with his weigh-ins, because he balloons up in the offseason," Dolce told Ariel Helwani on M read news >>

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Forced out of a light heavyweight clash with Ovince St. Preux in November due to a shoulder injury, Rafael Cavalcante is anxious to get back in action. The former Strikeforce 205-pound champion couldn’t do much in the gym during recovery time. In fact, "Feijao" couldn’t do anything at all for a few weeks, and that made him gain a lot of weight. "I couldn’t train or work out. I couldn’t even run, man," Cavalcante told MMAFighting.com. "I went up to 255 pounds. I was soft. I lost a lot already, an read news >>

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Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza and Yoel Romero were set to battle at UFC 184 on Feb. 28, but the Brazilian grappler was forced out of the card with pneumonia. "Jacare", a former Strikeforce middleweight champion with a 4-0 UFC record, will stay away from training for at least two weeks, according to his manager Gilberto Faria. "It’s too soon to set a date (for his return)," Faria told MMAFighting.com. "‘Jacare’s’ doctor, Dr. Rodrigo Mauro, prescribed him a lot of medication and 15 days completely off tr read news >>

  • a month ago
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Conor McGregor takes care of Dennis Siver with second-round TKO in UFC Fight Night headliner on Sunday in Boston. read news >>

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Irish eyes are clearly smiling on a Sunday night in Boston. Boston-born Dubliner Cathal Pendred was the beneficiary of a controversial decision in a welterweight fight at UFC Fight Night 59. The scores at TD Garden for his fight against Sean Spencer were 29-28 and an incomprehensible pair of 30-27s in favor of Pendred. In the opening round, Spencer (13-4) blasted Pendred and rocked him. It was the sort of shot that would finish most men, but Pendred, who has exhibited a high degree of toughness read news >>

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