Former UFC heavyweight Sherman Pendergarst has lost his long time battle with cancer and has passed away at the age of 45.
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Veteran mixed martial artist Sherman Pendergarst passed away Friday morning at the age of 45 after a battle with rectal and colon cancer. read news >>
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MMA veteran Sherman Pendergarst passed away this morning after a two-year fight with rectal and colon cancer. He was 45.
"He always cared for others more than himself," Pendergarst coach Pat Miletich today told MMAjunkie.com via text. "He told me a few months ago that he had lived a great life and reached his goals and was at peace."
Not even his illness could keep him from competing. He fought just five months ago at a local event while still suffering from the effects of cancer.
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Jessamyn Duke suffered a devastating defeat at UFC Fight Night 45 and also a pretty gruesome-looking injury.
The fighter posted an X-ray of the injury on her Instagram account. It's easy to see that it doesn't look like Duke will be stepping in the cage anytime soon. Despite the injury and the loss, Duke posted the image with a bit of humor.
"Prefight interview I said@lesliesmithmma had a brick head & could take a lot of punishment. Karma. #ufcfightnight45 #gunclub," wrote Duke.
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UFC Fight Night 45 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, produced one of the best UFC cards in recent memory. There were 11 fights on the card, and nine were finished. Of the six bouts on the main card, all six were finished—five by knockout or technical knockout.
In the main event, Donald Cerrone scored a head-kick knockout of Jim Miller, and the co-main event saw Edson Barboza score a TKO of Evan Dunham with a body kick and punches.
Cerrone and Barboza both had outstanding performances, but what were read news >>
"I will literally fight anybody," the fighter said during the UFC Fight Night 45 post-fight press conference. "UFC tells me a day and time to be there, and I'll gladly be there." – Donald Cerrone read news >>
Not only did The Ultimate Fighter 18 Team Rousey member Jessamyn Duke suffer her second consecutive loss at UFC Fight Night 45 on Wednesday, she broke her left hand. read news >>
He was tops on the UFC Fight Night 45 fight card for a reason, and Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone proved why with his Performance of the Night bonus winning knockout of Jim Miller. read news >>
Bantamweight prospect Aljamain Sterling will look to add to his unbeaten record later this evening at UFC Fight Night 45 when he takes on Hugo Viana on the "Prelims" portion of the card.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight division is exciting, but it could really use an injection of depth to prevent staleness at the top of the division's ranks.
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MMAmania.com resident fighter analyst Andrew Richardson breaks down the mixed martial arts (MMA) game of UFC Fight Night 45 headliner Donald Cerrone, who looks to take earn another post-fight bonus against Jim Miller this Wednesday (July 16, 2014) at Revel Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Former World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) title contender, Donald Cerrone, is set to scrap with New Jersey native, Jim Miller, this Wednesday night (July 16, 2014) at Revel Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey read news >>
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ATLANTIC CITY – MMAjunkie was on scene for today’s UFC Fight Night 45 fighter weigh-ins. Check out our photo gallery of the festivities.Filed under: Featured, News, Photo Gallery, UFC read news >>