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  • 18 days ago
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Daniel Cormier ended up on the wrong side of the judges' decisions when he faced Jon Jones at UFC 182 in January but, after reviewing footage of the fight he still believes he is the man to 'break bones'. A dejected Daniel Cormier stands inside the octagon with a look of sheer disbelief painted across his face as Dana White places the belt Cormier so desperately wanted around he waist of a man who had become Cormier's most bitter rival. In the build up to the monumental match-up between champion read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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Just moments after the judges awarded Anderson Silva his first Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) victory in just over two years this past weekend (Sat., Jan. 31, 2015) in the main event of UFC 183 (highlights here), "The Spider" scaled the Octagon to greet his good friend, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones. As they embraced, the mixed martial arts (MMA) community looked on in awe as the former middleweight champion was metaphorically passing the torch to the outstanding light heavyweig read news >>

  • 27 days ago
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UFC middleweight competitor Nick Diaz discusses the scoring of the UFC 183 main event and why he believes he defeated Anderson Silva. read news >>

  • 28 days ago
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Baffled by the judges, Nick Diaz broke down the fight with Anderson Silva, and once again might be contemplating retirement. read news >>

  • 28 days ago
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The Anderson Silva vs. Nick Diaz UFC 183 scorecard revealed how the judges scored Saturday night's main event. Judges Glenn Trowbridge and Marcos Rosales gave Silva all five rounds, while Sal D'Amato only gave the fourth round to Diaz en route to a 49-46 score for Silva. How did you score the fight? read news >>

  • a month ago
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Michael Chiesa talks bad MMA judging and his plans to beat up Mitch Clarke for requesting a fight with him at UFC Fight Night 63.Filed under: MMAjunkie Radio, News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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Sean Spencer has yet to get over his decision loss to Cathal Pendred at UFC Fight Night 59, a loss that most in the MMA community called a “robbery.” A rematch wouldn’t involve the judges, according to Spencer.Filed under: MMAjunkie Radio, News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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In this week’s Trading Shots, Danny Downes and Ben Fowlkes look at some questionable decisions at UFC Fight Night 59 and wonder if there’s anything to be done to make the judges’ hands a safer place for fighters to be.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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One of the UFC's best welterweights has a strong message for fans who want fighters to try harder. One of MMA's cliche phrases is "don't leave it in the hands of the judges." Dana White, Joe Rogan, and Mike Goldberg, (along with the rest of the UFC commentary staff) trot it out after every close decision. Fans use it to berate fighters who feel like they got robbed in a loss, and journalists use it to bemoan a system that often seems more broken than functional. Now, one fighter has had enough, read news >>

  • a month ago
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The judges’ decision for Sunday’s UFC Fight Night 59 bout between Cathal Pendred and Sean Spencer – to put it bluntly – sucked. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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"I think Ben Henderson won. Cowboy looked like he couldn't get off tonight, like he couldn't pull the trigger. That was my perception watching the fight. I say this all the time and I will say it again: If you don't want to be disappointed, take it out of the hands of the judges. There's nothing else to say, it happens all the time." Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White believes former lightweight champion Ben Henderson was the better fighter at UFC Fight Night 59 (full resu read news >>

  • a month ago
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission met on Monday and assigned the referee and judges for the UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz main event. read news >>

  • a month ago
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The main event of UFC 183 is officially a go after Anderson Silva received a license from the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Anderson Silva can officially return to the octagon. The former UFC middleweight champion and future Hall of Famer was asked to call into the Nevada State Athletic Commission's meeting today, as is required of all fighters 35 and older that are seeking a license. Unlike the questioning reserved for Jake Shields earlier in the meeting, Silva was only asked about his trai read news >>

  • a month ago
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Veteran mixed martial arts referee "Big" John McCarthy will oversee UFC 183's middleweight main event between former champion Anderson Silva and returning star Nick Diaz. The Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) voted unanimously to approve McCarthy's appointment at a Monday commission meeting in Las Vegas, NV. Known as one of the pioneering referees of the sport, McCarthy was an absent presence in Nevada from 2007 until mid-2014 largely due to squabbles with the NAC, in particular former commission read news >>

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