DUBLIN – Brad Pickett was irked his fight against Ian McCall didn’t have immediate title implications. But it’s McCall who might want to gripe about that now.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
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UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre may end up fighting middleweight king Anderson Silva next year, but GSP did not relish his obligation to continually address the hypothetical super-fight leading up to his UFC 154 title defense against Carlos Condit at the Bell Centre in Montreal. read news >>
Danny Castillo didn't take John Cholish lightly, even though others might have.
Cholish, a full-time commodities broker in his other life, might have stopped the unheralded Mitch Clarke in his octagon debut. But he was going against a fighter with far more high-level experience and a strong pedigree - or so went conventional thinking.
Castillo didn't buy that, and he ramped up his training in Las Vegas, where his longtime squad Team Alpha Male was working on the set of "The Ultimate Fi read news >>
- 3 years ago
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DREAM middleweight Gerald Harris has no beef with Krzystzof Soszynski and Matt Serra. But he certainly takes issue with their recent comments on steroid use in MMA.
The UFC fighters recently made headlines by declaring performance-enhancers a rampant problem. Soszynski went so far as to say 85 percent of fighters use them.
To prove that statement wrong, Harris now plans to take drug testing into his own hands as he prepares for his overseas debut in Japan at DREAM.17.
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