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  • 2 years ago
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Less than a year ago, Jamie Varner hit rock bottom. Contemplating retirement, it took falling down for him to finally find the right way to pick himself up. Retweet this Share on Facebook • Email • Stumb read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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The last time fight fans saw Jamie Varner, he was struggling to stay upright while somehow -- amazingly -- continuing to mount desperation offense against James Krause last May. This, despite the fact that Varner suffered a bad brake in his left ankle and several torn ligaments in his left foot. Varner ultimately lost the fight due to doctor's stoppage at the conclusion of the first round, but despite his now three-fight losing streak, UFC officials were impressed enough with the grittiness of t read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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A lightweight bout between Jamie Varner and Drew Dober will take place at UFC on Fox 13. read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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Former WEC lightweight champion Jamie Varner is part of the first bout officially announced for UFC on FOX 13, which takes place on Dec. 13 in Phoenix. read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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Phoenix native and former WEC champion Jamie Varner will meet Nebraska’s Drew Dober in a lightweight bout at December’s UFC on FOX 13 event in Phoenix.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Every now and again, the often-brutal sport of MMA provides a feel-good moment. The latest came from this past weekend’s UFC 173 event, where an ankle injury doomed Jamie Varner.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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MMA fighters are not normal people. They're wired differently. They're tougher. Crazier, even. At UFC 173, this unnatural toughness was on full display during the night's main card, as almost every fight featured something that left the average male viewer cowering in a corner, contemplating his own existence and wondering just how tough that "Mom" tattoo really makes him. Sit down, settle in, grab a beer if it helps you feel a little more masculine and click on to recap these insane moments of read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Besides the shocking outcome of the main event of UFC 173 and other bout shocked the audience in the arena and at home watching it. The fight between Jamie Varner and James Krause was one with mixed reactions. Varner had suffered a broken left ankle just a minute into the first round and still kept fighting. Everyone could tell something was wrong when Varner leg continued to buckle when he would throw punches but he kept pushing on. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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It's okay to stop a fight because you're worried about the health of one of its participants. If you're around mixed martial arts (MMA) for any amount of time you'll undoubtedly hear some promoter, likely Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White, tell you how safe the sport has become. That's due mostly to the fact that it's now heavily regulated. The problem? Incompetence runs rampant in both the commissions that regulate organizations like the UFC, and the officials assigned t read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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UFC President Dana White admits that it was tough and uncomfortable to watch Saturday’s UFC 173 pay-per-view opener between lightweights James Krause and Jamie Varner.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Jamie Varner had the Stanky Leg last night (Sat., May 24, 2014) thanks to a James Krause kick and subsequent miss-step, which appeared to either break and/or dislocate his ankle just minutes into their Lightweight match at UFC 173 from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. "C-4" managed to finish the round -- and even score a takedown -- but it was painful to watch his ankle continue to fold underneath him uncontrollably. Varner ultimately threw in the towel the moment the round ended, si read news >>

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