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  • 2 years ago
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After enduring a brutal assault from top light heavyweight contender Glover Teixeira, Fabio Maldonado is at least considering a drop to 185 pounds. Maldonado's manager, Alex Davis, said that his client hasn't yet made a commitment to middleweight, but he's certainly considering the option. "Maldonado has been relying on his capability to withstand punishment, and it caught up with him," Davis told MMAjunkie.com. "Now I'm hearing he wants to drop to 185 pounds. I think it could be a go read news >>

  • 15 days ago
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But he would only make the cut down to 185 pounds if he gets to face his idol, Dan Henderson. Aside from division kingpin Jon Jones, Fabio Maldonado currently has the longest light heavyweight winning streak inside the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Octagon. The scrappy Brazilian has won his last four in the 205-pound weight class, with his lone loss during that span coming at the hands of Stipe Miocic, who Maldonado challenged at heavyweight (video). Not too shabby. Unfortunately, Fabio w read news >>

  • 7 months ago
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Patrick Wyman takes a look at the emerging breed of action fighters populating the UFC's roster and discusses the long-term implications. A little over a week ago, Fabio Maldonado absolutely pasted Gian Villante. After a rough first round in which he was taken down multiple times and mostly controlled on the ground - Fabio landed all of one significant strike - Maldonado's cardio and pace took over, and by the end of the second round he was shucking off takedowns and starting to land some seriou read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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Fabio Maldonado talks about the judging for his fight against Kyle Kingsbury at the TUF 13 Finale, and also addresses questions about a drop to middleweight.  Read More >> read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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UFC middleweight Tim Kennedy discusses a potential move to welterweight. read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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Top-10 UFC middleweight Tim Kennedy says that it would be a bad career move for former Pride and UFC light heavyweight champ Mauricio Rua to cut down to 185 pounds. "Shogun," who suffered the most one-sided loss of his career against Ovince St. Preux at UFC Fight Night 56, hinted that a cut to middleweight may be his next move in a Facebook post from Monday morning. Kennedy disagrees, based on this tweet from Monday afternoon saying that would not be a prudent decision. Somebody tell Shogun that read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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Shortly after knocking out Mauricio Rua in the UFC Fight Night 56 main event (watch it), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight heart breaker Ovince St. Preux set his sights on another Brazilian striker, telling the mixed martial arts (MMA) media he's targeting a future fight against Fabio Maldonado. Seems like "The Iron Hillbilly" is mighty popular these days. "I've got tremendous respect for him," St. Preux said after Saturday night's (Nov. 8, 2014) shocker on FOX Sports 1 (via read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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UBERLANDIA, Brazil – Ovince Saint Preux isn’t looking at the top of the UFC light heavyweight division, at least yet.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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"People might call me one-dimensional, but I think that’s great and I’ve done this many times. I’ve done the same takedowns, same pass and same choke, but if you know what I’m going to do and I still do it to you, well that just means you didn’t do your homework. So that’s big in BJJ. Every person has their one thing and no matter what you do to stop it you can’t. So I just wanna obviously work on other parts of my game but that’s my strength and I’m going to keep getting that even stronger. I d read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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Anthony Perosh's dominant 1st round victory delighted the home fans in Australia, and now "The Hippo" sees himself taking on Fabio Maldonado. read news >>

  • a month ago
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RIO DE JANEIRO -- Fabio Maldonado returned to the win column at UFC 179, and it was a perfect night for the Brazilian brawler. Maldonado, who finished Hans Stringer via TKO in the second round at Maracanazinho gymnasium on Saturday night’s pay-per-view card, squashed an old beef with former teammate Anderson Silva. "He was yelling instructions during the fight," Maldonado told the media after the fight. "When I swept Stringer and I saw Anderson in front of me, I thought ‘cool, even the champion read news >>

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