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Paul Bradley had a game plan, and he executed it. read news >>

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Bloody Elbow's literary gunslinger Eugene S. Robinson lends his one-of-a-kind perspective on Friend of Knuckle Up [FOK-U] EMANUEL NEWTON's win last Friday, UFC Fight Night: BIGFOOT v. ARLOVSKI and an in-depth discussion of MIKE TYSON'S rules of order in the latest edition of Knuckle Up. read news >>

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BRASILIA, Brazil – Leonardo Santos’ smothering ground game denied “The Ultimate Fighter 8? winner Efrain Escudero a win in his third UFC stint. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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RIO DE JANEIRO -- Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza headlines a UFC card for the first time in his career, and he discussed the upcoming rematch in a five-round bout with Gegard Mousasi at UFC Fight Night 50 in Connecticut, on Sept. 5, his first loss to the fellow Strikeforce veteran in 2008, his plans after the fight, and much more. (Editor's note: Hit the CC button to get the English translations for his answers.) read news >>

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After a successful career in the WEC, Kamal Shalorus segued to the UFC and failed to win inside the octagon. Since then, he’s won two straight in ONE FC, and, he said, gotten his act together.Filed under: News read news >>

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Ready to fight for the One FC welterweight championship, Ben Askren doesn’t think 170-pound champion Nobutatsu Suzuki is on his level. Askren, a former Bellator welterweight kingpin, earned a shot at the gold with a first-round submission victory over Bakhtiyar Abbasov in his One FC debut in May. Askren meets Suzuki in the co-main event of One FC 19 at the Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, UAE, on Aug. 29, and he’s not impressed by Suzuki, who beat Phil Baroni and Brock Larson in his previous O read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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BE's striking specialist Connor Ruebusch takes his first foray into grappling--well, kind of. Introducing a new series exploring the many facets of striking on the ground, arguably the true signature technique of mixed martial arts. "Ground and Pound." Some like the term, some hate it, but every single MMA fan knows what it means. Supposedly the term was coined by Mark Coleman. but the practice has come a long way since "The Hammer" was at the top of the sport. Gone are the days when grapplers l read news >>

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Recent UFC signee Holly Holm revealed that although she has been working diligently on her ground game, she doubt she will ever be satisfied with her grappling acumen. It is quite uncommon for a newly signed UFC competitor to have so many suitors before their first octagon outing, but that has certainly been the case for Holly Holm, who has already been called out by the likes of former women's bantamweight title challenger Miesha Tate as well as Jessica Eye. Holm is just 7-0 in her professional read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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UFC President Dana White is excited with the UFC's latest acquisition for the women's bantamweight division but questions her ground game. After months of contractual stalemates, the UFC revealed last week that they had reached an agreement with surging women's bantamweight competitor Holly Holm. Yet while the touted striker may be an exciting addition to the women's 135.lb division but according to UFC President Dana White, she is yet to prove whether she has the skill set to match the division read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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At UFC 108, lightweight contender Jim Miller took control on the ground in the first round and forced Duane Ludwig to tap while caught in an armbar submission. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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The UFC is a dangerous place. It's a proving ground for the toughest, most skilled martial artists on Earth. If you're not one of the 500 baddest dudes (or dudettes) on the globe, you probably have no business being there. A direct result of that is that there are no nights off. While some leagues or sports may boast that, it is very much a reality in the UFC. When you enter the cage, the individual across from you has all the tools required to break your jaw or separate you from your senses. So read news >>

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