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If UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre had his way, there’d be no rounds in mixed martial arts fights. read news >>
One of MMA's biggest stars has jumped on one of the Internet's biggest trends.
Georges St-Pierre, the semi-retired longtime UFC welterweight champion, took to Twitter to document his taking of the so-called "Ice Bucket Challenge," a viral fundraiser designed to raise money for research into ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. To date, the Ice Bucket Challenge—in which people pour a bucket of ice water on themselves, videotape the whole thing for social media, then challenge others to do the read news >>
Elvis Mutapcic has only needed input from the judges five times over the course of his 16-fight career. If there’s one thing he does know, he says it’s that no fight is ever completely even.Filed under: MMA Rumors, MMAjunkie Radio, News, WSOF read news >>
The question is, on the heels of all the recent failed drug tests, will more UFC stars follow suit? What do Mark Bocek and former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre have in common?
Aside from both being Canadian mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters training out of TriStar gym, they both walked away from the fight game thanks to the never-ending issue of performance enhance drugs (PED).
Despite winning his last contest against Mike De La Torre at The Ultimat read news >>
UFC lightweight Mark Bocek has decided to hang up the gloves, and like his teammate in Georges St. Pierre, he says it has in part to do with not wanting to compete against opponents on performance enhancing drugs anymore.
Mark Bocek has decided to hang up the gloves, and unlike most fighters he's retiring coming off a win. The 32-year-old has compiled a 12-5 record overall, winning 8 fights in the UFC, including 3 out of his last 4 bouts. While it certainly seems that he still has a lot in the t read news >>
He won't be strapping on the four ounce gloves of the sport, but boxer Manny Pacquiao is now officially a part of mixed martial arts with the purchase of an undisclosed amount of shares in Asian promotion ONE FC. Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports was the first to report the news.
According to the report, no direct responsibilities are outlined for Pacquiao, but ONE FC Victor Cui said he was looking to leverage's Pacquiao's popularity in the Philippines and wider region to promote the brand.
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Manny Pacquiao, who truly has varied interests, now also has an 'undisclosed' amount of shares with Asian MMA promotion, ONE FC.
Boxing isn't the only thing on Manny Pacquiao's plate these days. Apart from using his popularity to be elected as congressman of the Sarangani province, he has also since been appointed as a head coach of an expansion team in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA), while at the same time, declaring himself eligible to be drafted in the league where he's hoping to read news >>
Famed boxing champion Manny Pacquiao has purchased a substantial stake in One Fighting Championship, easily the largest mixed martial arts promotion in Asia today.
One FC CEO Victor Cui announced the news, which came out Sunday night via Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports. One FC subsequently confirmed the news through its Twitter feed: BREAKING NEWS: @MannyPacquiao purchases stake in @ONEFCMMA. Full story is on @YahooSports http://t.co/FtSu4HDwh5 @Kevinl #ONEFC
— ONE FC (@ONEFCMMA) August 4, 2014 "Mann read news >>
It seems not even Joe Lauzon, a multi-year MMA veteran, can hold a candle to his seven-month old son Joey, who decided to swing for the fences and take cancer down faster than expected.
If you think Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight contender Joe Lauzon -- who has countless stoppage victories and a number of "Fight Night" awards under his belt -- is a tough guy, you should meet his seven-month old son Joey.
Born on Jan. 12, 2014 in Weymouth, Mass., with stage-four neuroblastoma -- read news >>
Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre spoke with Inside MMA about possibly returning to fighting and his recovery from knee surgery. read news >>
South Africa’s Boxing Commission informed Sherdog.com that professional boxers are not allowed to compete in Mixed Martial Arts due to concerns about the safety of the sport. South African boxers curious about trying their luck in MMA will have a hard time transitioning to the sport in their home country.
It appears South Africa's Boxing Commission has explicitly forbid their licensed boxers from competing in Mixed Martial Arts tournaments due to concerns regarding the safety of the sport.
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