- 4 years ago
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Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Gegard Mousasi and Gary Goodridge will meet in a heavyweight MMA-rules bout at K-1 “Dynamite Power of Courage 2009” this Thursday at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. read news >>
- 3 years ago
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Gegard Mousasi is returning to Japan for a New Year's Eve fight on Dream's year-end Dynamite!! 2010 fight card. The former Strikeforce and Dream mixed martial arts champion, however, will fight in a K-1 kickboxing rules bout. Read More >> read news >>
- 3 years ago
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Gegard Mousasi, who's won 17 of his past 18 fights during a busy four-year stretch, may have two more bouts on the horizon.
Mousasi, the current DREAM light-heavyweight champion and former Strikeforce title-holder, expects to meet famed kickboxer Jerome Le Banner at December's DREAM "Dynamite!! 2010" event, he recently told MMAjunkie.com.
Then, he plans a February return to Strikeforce to fight fellow light-heavyweight contender Mike Kyle.F).
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- 5 years ago
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K-1 and Dream parent company Fighting & Entertainment Group have added divisional heavyhitters Gegard Mousasi and Tatsuya Kawajiri to their New Year’s Eve extravaganza “Dynamite 2008,” which will take place at the Super Saitama Arena in Saitama, Japan. read news >>
Why the animosity? No Tyron Woodley? No problem. Hector Lombard has shifted his focus away from "The Chosen One" after Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White came out and stated that Woodley wanted no part in a welterweight fight against "Showeather." You know, because it doesn't work for his "brand." Now, Lombard is moving on to bigger things (literally) as he tells MMA Fighting that he wouldn't mind packing on the pounds to go back up to the middleweight division to take on read news >>
While Hector Lombard still wants to fight Tyron Woodley, he has recently come to terms with the idea that the fight just might not happen any time soon. So, who does the newly-nicknamed "Showeather" want to fight now? Lombard told MMAFighting.com on Tuesday that he was interested in moving back up to middleweight to fight Gegard Mousasi. "I want to beat him up," he said. Mousasi defeated Lombard via unanimous decision at PRIDE Bushido 13 in Dec. 2006. Lombard, the former Bellator middleweight ch read news >>
Friday night, UFC Fight Night 50 marked the UFC's return to Connecticut. It was a show that was less than 10 miles from its competitor, Bellator, and featured an important middleweight main event. That main event, a rematch between Gegard Mousasi and Ronaldo Souza, had big title-picture implications. When it was all said and done, Souza choked out Mousasi in impressive fashion, giving him revenge on Mousasi. What did we learn from this bout? Let's take a look in the aftermath. What We'll Remembe read news >>
Following his surprising third round submission loss to ‘Jacare’ Souza in the main event of Friday night’s event in Foxwood, Connecticut, Mousasi admits he lacked focus ahead of the fight. The UFC's return to Connecticut was a successful endeavor for all those involved except Gegard Mousasi. The Dutch middleweight was unable to make it 2-0 against Ronaldo Souza, and lost the lopsided main event via third round submission. ‘Jacare' was in command of the bout from the get-go and maintained control read news >>
It was a tough night for Gegard Mousasi at Fight Night 50. He walked to the cage as a UFC title hopeful, then left with a loss on the ledger and a much tougher road to gold at the end of the night. The loss was particularly stinging in that it came against a man he'd beaten once already, Ronaldo Souza, and it was violently one-sided. Souza ragdolled him with relative ease, disrespecting his stand-up and romping to a guillotine choke in the third round. Even with that considered, though, the UFC read news >>
Potentially fighting for a title shot, Gegard Mousasi and Ronaldo Souza went to war in the main event of UFC Fight Night 50 last night (Fri., Sept. 5, 2014) at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut. Though much of the bout was competitive, Souza eventually pulled away with a sudden finishing. Find out how below! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweights Ronaldo Souza and Gegard Mousasi looked to earn a shot at Octagon gold last night (Sept. 5, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 50 a read news >>
LEDYARD, Conn. – More than eight years. That’s how long it’s been since someone made Gegard Mousasi quit. Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>