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  • 20 days ago
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Thanks to more Henry Cejudo weight-cutting issues, Scott Jorgensen didn’t get a chance to fight at UFC 177. read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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Patrick Holohan will lock horns with Louis Gaudinot when the UFC heads to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, on Oct. 4. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Two recently victorious flyweights may soon collide to determine the next challenger for the UFC's 125-pound title. A proposed match-up between top-10 contenders John Lineker and Ian McCall is currently in discussions by UFC matchmakers, according to a report from MMAFighting.com's Ariel Helwani on UFC Tonight, and both fighters are in favor of the idea. Lineker (24-7) and McCall (13-4-1), ranked No. 7 and No. 3 respectively, both earned impressive wins within three days of each other in mid-Jul read news >>

  • a month ago
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Recently defeated flyweights John Moraga and Justin Scoggins have a chance to return to winning ways as they round out the main card of a stacked UFC Fight Night in Connecticut on September 5th. Two UFC flyweights coming off of tough losses are going to face each other to kick off a loaded September lineup. Young prospect Justin Scoggins meets former title challenger John Moraga on the main card of UFC Fight Night: Jacare vs. Mousasi II in Ledyard, Connecticut. Verbally Agreed: @TankScogginsMMA read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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UFC flyweight champion Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson has reigned supreme as the best 125-pound fighter in the world, and over the past two years he has dispatched the entire divisional Top Five. He’s looked dominant against his contemporaries and is set to defend his belt against the No. 8-ranked Chris Cariaso in a head-scratcher of a fight at UFC 177 on August 30. If fighters like Joseph Benavidez, Ian McCall and John Moraga can’t find a chink in the armor of Mighty Mouse, his next challeng read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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In a week in which flyweights made headlines throughout, Ian McCall stated his case. The Orange County, Calif. native asserted himself on the list of contenders for Demetrious Johnson's title with his best performance in the Octagon. McCall (13-4-1) got the best of veteran Brad Pickett at UFC Fight Night 46, earning a unanimous decision. The bout was pretty simple: Pickett (24-11) seemed to take his "One Punch" nickname a little too seriously, throwing heavy shots and missing them. Pickett effor read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Lightweights, flyweights, welterweights, and featherweights take stage right for UFC Fight Night: Te Huna vs. Marquardt in Auckland, New Zealand. Who matches up well against who and who should be winning you money? I totally haven't forgotten there are two UFC cards this weekend. Because the UFC will be bigger than soccer one day? Exactly. Speaking of, have you been watching? Of course not. I'm American. I'm happy that your definition of American is avoiding all things not American, but I think read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Lightweights, flyweights, welterweights, and featherweights take stage right for UFC Fight Night: Te Huna vs. Marquardt in Auckland, New Zealand. I totally haven't forgotten there are two UFC cards this weekend. Because the UFC will be bigger than soccer one day? Exactly. Speaking of, have you been watching? Of course not. I'm American. I'm happy that your definition of American is avoiding all things not American, but I think you're missing out. I watched it regularly only once, but that was to read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Many suggest that flyweights in the UFC can't produce knockout victories. While they perhaps occur less frequently than in eavier divisions, knockouts most certainly do happen at flyweight too. Sure, being 125 pounds doesn't give you as much knockout power as a guy 100 pounds heavier than you, but planting an accurate shot on the jaw is all you need to flicker the lights. There are some fighters in the division who know this all too well. Right now, let's examine five flyweights that can knock y read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Demetrious Johnson did what he always does at UFC 174. But was it enough to sell fans on buying future pay-per-views featuring him and the flyweight division? Well, judging from the comments on the Internet, it depends on who you ask. There are plenty of fans who enjoy Johnson for what he is: one of the most technical fighters in the game today. Much in the manner of former welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre, Johnson's performances tend to be very one-sided with little doubt as to who won. But read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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The flyweights are set to take center stage for the first time on a pay-per-view after champion Demetrious Johnson and challenger Ali Bagautinov hit the mark at Friday's UFC 174 weigh-in. read news >>

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