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Paradise Warrior Retreat is pleased to announce a ground breaking MMA seminar on Oct. 10-12 in Montreal with the sports' elite fighters and coaches. read news >>

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship has had quite the hard time fighting off its critics this year. One of the main reasons that many have taken to their pitchforks and torches is the perception that the UFC is not presenting the best fight cards possible to the mixed martial arts community. However, the promotion has recently put together some events that should quell the words of their detractors. The UFC has a slate of upcoming events that will remind fans of the old “stacked” cards of lore. Y read news >>

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Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos is bailing on a potential Alistair Overeem fight, because "Demolition Man" keeps getting knocked out in a "hard" 265-pound weight class. read news >>

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It’s not lost on Andrei Arlovski that rematches are a big part of his MMA legacy. Heading into a second fight with Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva, he joked about deja vu looking across the cage. Filed under: MMAjunkie Radio, News, Radio Highlight, UFC, Videos (...) read news >>

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Renan Barao has received heat for his last-minute withdrawal from this past month’s UFC 177 main event with champ T.J. Dillashaw. WSOF champ Marlon Moraes is standing by the Brazilian’s side, though.Filed under: News, UFC, WSOF read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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Awesome news? Hard to digest? Simply meh? That all depends on what type of mixed martial arts (MMA) fan you are, as this upcoming weekend (Sept. 12-13) will churn out six major combat sports events across four different continents, including UFC Fight Night 51 on the Fight Pass digital network. Have a look: Friday, Sept. 12, 2014: ONE FC 20: "Rise of the Kingdom"Online pay-per-view from NagaWorld in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Bellator 124: "Newton vs. Beltran"Spike TV telecast from CompuWare Arena in read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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If kissing Dana White’s backside is a requirement, Ben Askren would rather not sit at the cool kids’ table. As a former Olympian, two-time NCAA Division I wrestling champion, undefeated MMA fighter and a multiple world champion, Askren is everything you’d expect from a consummate professional and an overachiever. One look at his résumé alone should be more than enough to send the UFC hurrying to his doorstep. But oddly enough the invitation to compete among the best in the world in the MMA mecca read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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UFC president Dana White turned heads in Sacramento on Saturday night by declaring he wouldn't mind seeing Ben Askren in the UFC some day. Checking in from the other side of the world, Askren is less than impressed. "I have a hard time with how Dana White treats people," Askren said. Askren fought in Dubai over the weekend, where he finished Nobutatsu Suzuki in 1:24 to become the OneFC welterweight champion. That raised the former Bellator champ's record to 14-0. He's fighting in OneFC in large read news >>

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It's been hard as heck to find ACTUAL videos of the fights instead of just lame recaps. Here are real videos of the fights. A little bit of the fluff is cut, such as intros and sometimes the first few seconds of bouncing around, but you see the most important 98% of the fight. Enjoy. Shinya ... read news >>

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If success in MMA hinges greatly on hard work and dedication, it seems almost farcical to assume that good fortune plays a major role in the outcome of any high-profile fight. But for some, like the fighters on this countdown, their careers were made or salvaged because of providential breaks. In the most opportunistic instances, these fighters enjoyed lopsided matchups, benefited from favorable calls from judges or referees or received forgiveness for typically unforgivable offenses. Here's a g read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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It’s hard to believe a fighter like Junior dos Santos, a former UFC champion with a record of 16-3, may be a man with no place to go, but that’s the situation before him now. Granted, the UFC will no doubt keep him busy with big-name fights against Top-10 competition, but what about after that? Should dos Santos keep on winning, he will continue to rise in the rankings until he finds himself in the unenviable position of facing Cain Velasquez a fourth time. Considering just how badly he was beat read news >>

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