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LOS ANGELES – In a battle of a pair of fighters badly in need of wins, it was “The Juggernaut” who got back to his old form – even if he pulled off a rare accomplishment.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Watch the video highlights from the UFC 184 fight between Jake Ellenberger vs. Josh Koscheck. read news >>

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In a UFC 184 battle between struggling welterweight veterans, Jake Ellenberger took on Josh Koscheck. Both men entered riding three-fight losing streaks defined by devastating stoppages and were likely to be released from the UFC with another loss. In a fairly slow first round, Ellenberger asserted himself with superior striking. While Koscheck flashed some of his once-elite wrestling skills, he was unable to assert his will. The second round, however, saw Ellenberger lock up a standing guilloti read news >>

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Eleventh-ranked welterweight Jake Ellenberger picked up a much-needed win at UFC 184 at the Staples Center on Saturday, submitting Josh Kosheck in the second round. read news >>

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The UFC 184 welterweight fight between Jake Ellenberger and Josh Koscheck had the whiff of a fight in which both competitors were looking to save their careers. Both veterans had lost three in a row. Both had been finished in each of their previous two fights. But Saturday night at Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles, Ellenberger looked like a fighter who had rediscovered his groove, while Koscheck looked like he should reconsider whether to continue fighting. Ellenberger got the best of the read news >>

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LOS ANGELES – For around nine minutes, the fight between Jake Ellenberger and Josh Koscheck lolled about, with neither man really committing to much offense. At times, Koscheck looked like he didn’t want to be in the UFC’s octagon.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Crossroads! Josh Koscheck and Jake Ellenberger both came into UFC 184 tonight (Feb. 28, 2015) sporting awful back-to-back-to-back losing streaks, meaning that something had to finally give after they collided inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. And it was Koscheck's windpipe. Koscheck ran out to the center of the Octagon and Ellenberger beat him back with a stiff jab. Koscheck landed a few jabs in response, then dove in for a single-leg takedown and drove Ellenberger into the botto read news >>

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Jake Ellenberger got himself back into the win column with a nasty submission win over Josh Koscheck in their UFC 184 welterweight bout. Jake Ellenberger and Josh Koscheck both entered the octagon at UFC 184 badly in need of a win. It was Ellenberger that walked out with the W, while Kos was literally left foaming at the mouth. After hurting Koscheck with a punch in the first, Ellenberger made Kos tap to a nasty north-south choke in the second. Koscheck came out and tried to use his bread and bu read news >>

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This is the UFC 184 live blog for Jake Ellenberger vs. Josh Koscheck, a welterweight bout at Saturday night's UFC event at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.Ellenberger, who has won two of his past five fights, will face Koscheck, who also has won two of his past five fights, on the main card.Check out the UFC 184 live blog below. More Coverage: UFC 184 Results | UFC newsDownload MMA Fighting iPhone App Round 1:Round 2:Round 3: read news >>

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As a cast member on the first season of The Ultimate Fighter, Josh Koscheck will always be a part of the genesis of mixed martial arts. Ten years later, he believes now is the time for the sport to evolve. It seems like most of the headlines related to MMA lately have to do with a performance-enhancing drug problem, the perception of unfair fighter pay, a weight-cutting issue, or the fear of brain injury. Koscheck doesn't read MMA news websites -- but he lives this life every day. And he believe read news >>

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UFC welterweight contender Josh Koscheck has been at the mixed martial arts (MMA) game for over eleven years, so it should be no surprise the former No. 1 contender was trying to mix it up a bit while cutting weight prior to Friday's UFC 184 official weigh-ins (results and video replay here). In the latest iteration of UFC 184 'Embedded,' all the marquee fighters on the card are highlighted as they cut weight in the dreadful hours prior to the weigh-ins. If you missed any of the first four UFC 1 read news >>

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Watch the fifth episode of UFC 184 Embedded here. In the latest episode of UFC 184 embedded, women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and undefeated title challenger Cat Zingano fielded questions from various media outlets and hype their main event show down. Rousey and Cat were then shown cutting weight before they stepped onto the scales on Friday. Later on, the camera cuts to a dancing Josh Koscheck, who proved to the world that he's got skills. The UFC 184 event is scheduled to take place read news >>

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LOS ANGELES -- Tony Ferguson can relate to Josh Neer. Not too long ago, Ferguson said he was harassed on social media by a stranger and the man made it personal, insulting his family. Ferguson told MMAFighting.com that the guy never came to his gym, but he wishes he had. The UFC lightweight, who meets Gleison Tibau at UFC 184 on Saturday night at Staples Center, finds no issue with the savage beating Neer, a former UFC and Bellator fighter, laid on an online troll in a video that went viral this read news >>

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The Ultimate Figher 1 alumni Josh Koscheck has been around the UFC for a long time and already has provided for his old age. However, he takes a stand for pensions for long-serving veterans and ultimately a fighters' union. read news >>

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