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PHILADELPHIA -- He cringed for a moment. Bernard Hopkins, a future first-ballot hall of famer and current all-time great, did not like the word. It was as alien to him as the 49-year-old IBF and WBA light heavyweight world champion is to everyone else, defying logic and nature as a viable, elite fighter in a third decade. read news >>

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Former Bellator featherweight attraction, Desmond Green discusses his future following an abrupt termination by the Coker regime at Bellator. Four months ago, Bellator ousted president and CEO, Bjorn Rebney and replaced him with former Strikeforce president, Scott Coker. The new Coker regime would waste no time making changes to the organization, immediately sacking more than 20 fighters and ending the tournament format after this season that just wrapped last Friday night. Among those fighters read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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Chris Algieri posted a photo from his recent visit to the UFC offices. Chris Algieri is Manny Pacquiao's next opponent, and the two boxers will face off next month in Macau. The current WBO Light Welterweight Champion recently visited the UFC offices in Vegas and he posted a photo from the trip. From his twitter account: Stopped by @ufc head offices in #lasvegas and borrowed this badboy. Looks good, no? #UFC #PacAlgieri #MMA #boxing pic.twitter.com/BNudmxYLqc — Chris Algieri (@ChrisAlgieri) Octo read news >>

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Bellator president, Scott Coker talks about Bellator's future and promises big signings soon. read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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With his spinning back fist knockout of Joey Beltran last month, Bellator MMA light heavyweight champion Emanuel Newton proved that lightning can indeed strike twice. read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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Free agent MMA writer Mike Chiappetta discusses the current state of MMA journalism and his future. read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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Bloody Elbow's literary gunslinger Eugene S. Robinson lends his one-of-a-kind perspective as a counterpoint to last week's Naked Lunch show in developing a philosophical defense of fighting, why it solves Rene Girard's sacrificial crisis and how its blacks and whites nicely balance societal grays. And shit. Plus: an interview with one of tomorrow's MMA stars, today. read news >>

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Good Ol' J.R. explains why he has no doubts about the eventual success of the WWE Network and UFC FightPass. The death of PPV is hardly a new topic in MMA discussion. Over the past few years, the it has become more and more difficult to ignore the troublesome - yet telling - trend stemming from the decline in PPV sales. The potential reasons behind this are plentiful, and certainly not mutually exclusive. The problems with PPV revenue could be seen as an indirect result of a fundamental market s read news >>

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Las Vegas, NV - The nation's premier amateur mixed martial arts promotion, Tuff-N-Uff, today released the official results of the Oct. 17th edition of its read news >>

  • 14 days ago
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In part 1 of BloodyElbow’s extended interview with Mehdi Baghdad, the RFA lightweight discusses his Arabic roots, his short-term goals with RFA and his coaching experience on Arab MMA reality show ‘Al Batal.’ Many fighters have played a particularly significant role in facilitating the growth of Mixed Martial Arts in their respective countries: Georges St-Pierre for Canada, Conor McGregor for Ireland and Alexander Gustafsson for Sweden, just to name a few. Yet there is one fighter who feels he i read news >>

  • 15 days ago
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In this exclusive Bloody Elbow interview, Glory CEO Jon Franklin talks the future of kickboxing, and why he wants to see Donald Cerrone in a Glory ring. Kickboxing fans tend to be a rather concerned lot. For a number of years now, there's been a lingering fear that the sport was going to just wither up and die, leaving fans out in the cold. Enter Glory. Debuting in 2012, Glory immediately established themselves as the world's leading kickboxing organization. For US fans in particular, Glory was read news >>

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