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Strikeforce and Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran Jake Shields earned the biggest salary at WSOF 17 in his second appearance with the promotion, taking home $65,000 for his first-round submission win against Brian Foster ($15,000). read news >>

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Former Strikeforce champion Jake Shields handily topped the payroll report for last Saturday's WSOF 17 event, taking home $65,000 for his main event win over Brian Foster, according to figures released to MMAFighting.com by the Nevada Athletic Commission. Shields, a one-time UFC title contender who was unceremoniously cut from the promotion after seeing his four-fight unbeaten streak snapped at the hands of Hector Lombard in mid-2014, picked up his second straight first-round victory inside the read news >>

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Veteran fighter Jake Shields was the top earner at this past weekend’s WSOF 17 event after earning a disclosed payday of $65,000, of which $35,000 was a win bonus.Filed under: News, Videos read news >>

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World Series of Fighting announced that Jake Shields would be the next in line for the welterweight title with a win over Brian Foster last Saturday, and he made it quick with a first-round submission. Right after the win, Shields had strong words for WSOF welterweight champion Rousimar Palhares. "He's holding my belt for me," Shields said of "Toquinho". "I'm going to go out there and whip his ass. He's a dirty fighter breaking everyone's legs and ankles. I'm going to go out there and I'm going read news >>

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The only thing on Jake Shields' mind at the current time is Rousimar Palhares. While the former Strikeforce middleweight champion turned welterweight contender under the World Series of Fighting banner would love to add another title to his already impressive resume, his upcoming bout against the Brazilian leglock master has all the feelings of something personal attached to it. The Team Cesar Gracie representative has forged a successful career out of being both a talented fighter and a sportsm read news >>

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Jake Shields is willing to play WSOF welterweight champion Rousimar Palhares’ sometimes-dangerous game.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, Videos, WSOF read news >>

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Undefeated inside the Octagon and No. 7 ranked welterweight Kelvin Gastelum battled Jake Ellenberger at UFC 180 with title hopes on the line. read news >>

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Jake Shields submits Brian Foster in the opening round to set up a title fight against Rousimar Palhares. Jake Shields went five years between submission wins before joining the World Series of Fighting (WSOF) family, all the way up until he submitted Ryan Ford by rear-naked choke in his debut with the promotion at WSOF 14. At WSOF 17, he did it again. Shields made short work of Brian Foster in the main event on Saturday evening (Jan. 17, 2015), at the Axis Theater inside the Planet Hollywood Re read news >>

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Check out the video highlights from Saturday’s WSOF 17 headliner between welterweights Jake Shields and Brian Foster.Filed under: News, Videos, WSOF read news >>

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The UFC veteran needed less than 3 minutes to make Brian Foster tap at WSOF 17 tonight on NBC Sports and followed up his win with some trash talk for the WSOF champ. It wasn't the biggest show the 36-year-old MMA veteran Jake Shields has headlined, but he gave it his best and put on a fine show at WSOF 17, submitting Brian Foster by rear naked choke in 2:51. Following the win, the man who once headlined the UFC's biggest ever live show against Georges St-Pierre, called out the controversial WSOF read news >>

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Jake Shields wasted little time to secure a WSOF 17 win, finishing Brian Foster in the first round on Saturday night in Las Vegas. read news >>

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Jake Shields is the next in line for a shot at World Series of Fighting welterweight champion Rousimar Palhares. The former Strikeforce middleweight champion headlined WSOF 17 against fellow UFC veteran Brian Foster on Saturday night in Las Vegas, and only needed 2:51 to end the bout. In his second attempt to take the fight to the ground, Shields passed the guard and went to full mount, locking an arm-triangle choke. Foster tried to escape and ended up giving up his back. Shields, who scored 10 read news >>

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Jake Shields now has World Series of Fighting welterweight champion Rousimar Palhares in his crosshairs. read news >>

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Former UFC and Strikeforce main eventer Jake Shields headlines World Series of Fighting 17 against Brian Foster in a #1 contenders bout on NBC Sports tonight. He's headlined one of the biggest events in UFC history and been featured on American broadcast television but tonight Jake Shields may face the most important bout of his career. He's fighting Brian Foster for a shot at the World Series of Fighting world title and a loss may send him spiraling down and out like his WSOF peer Jon Fitch. So read news >>

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