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Despite their fight cancellation, Jimy Hettes and Diego Brandao left Saturday’s UFC 183 event with a few more bucks in their pockets.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Anderson Silva still has something left in the tank. The 39-year-old former middleweight champion was triumphant in his return to the cage, beating Nick Diaz at UFC 183 on Saturday. The bout headlined what was a strong card from top to bottom, one that will have UFC fans talking for the next few weeks. UFC 183 Results Twitter Reaction In the first fight on the main card, Thiago Alves earned a second-round TKO victory over Jordan Mein. Mein started out the fight brilliantly and looked to be in fi read news >>

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Diaz has a mouse over his left eye to start the third frame as Silva comes out bouncing -- perhaps motivated to turn up the pressure after exchanging heated words. Diaz switches up his stance as Silva finds a way to get through. Once again, Diazis talking trash and Silva backs off to fight. Silva mimics Diaz's antics in the next exchange and Diaz starts to give chase. He covers up as Silva lightly boxes his ears. Silva goes for a thigh puch-body shot combination, which he follows up with a flyin read news >>

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Juan Manuel Marquez, left, lost his last bout, against Timothy Bradley, right, for the WBO welterweight title in October 2013. (AP Photo)" align="left" border="0">A researcher also believes boxers have a greater risk of cognitive problems than mixed martial arts fighters. read news >>

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Juan Manuel Marquez, left, lost his last bout, against Timothy Bradley, right, for the WBO welterweight title in October 2013. (AP Photo)" align="left" border="0">A researcher also believes boxers have a greater risk of cognitive problems than mixed martial arts fighters. read news >>

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We're back! The "Prospects the UFC Should Sign" series is in its second-to-last installment. We left off with the bantamweights and now move on to the flyweights. The flyweights are one of the newest additions to the UFC roster and have been a fine addition at that. They consistently put on great fights, and the division is quickly becoming stacked with contenders. The weight class is under the rule of Demetrious Johnson, but many young competitors are jockeying for position in the division. Guy read news >>

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We left off with the featherweights. It's time for the "Prospects the UFC Should Sign" series to continue—this time with the bantamweights. The bantamweight division is stacked with prospects. The weight class has some great fighters, but it could use some new guys to keep the talent pool full. A ton of bantamweights would have made this list, but the UFC has already snagged them. This includes Cody Garbrandt, Rob Font, Yuta Sasaki and Michinori Tanaka. With that, let's take a look at five banta read news >>

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We left off with the lightweights. It's now time for the featherweights. That's right, the Prospects the UFC Should Sign series is back with a vengeance. The featherweight division has recently become one of the deepest divisions in the UFC. Jose Aldo is the champion, but there is a seemingly endless stream of challengers in his way. Jim Alers and Brian Ortega are two guys who would have made the list, but they were signed by the UFC in the past year. That shows the UFC is intent on replenishing read news >>

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STOCKHOLM – Bellator MMA’s recent announcement that it signed Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson to a contract was met with a fair share of skepticism, but one of his coaches believes the bearded brawler still has plenty to offer the sport.Filed under: Bellator, (...) read news >>

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Looks like BJ Penn could be in a bit more trouble than it initially seemed. When it was initially reported that BJ Penn had been arrested at a Wailea hotel following an altercation, details were thin on the ground. Now, with a few more details surfacing, things aren't looking so good for Penn. Hawaii News Now reports that Penn was apparently trying to pick a fight, while out at a bar. When his friend tried to intervene, Penn decided to fight him instead. Here's their description of events: Hawai read news >>

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Left in the debris of Conor McGregor’s continued celebration this past weekend in Boston was one of the intriguing signings the UFC made. That was of Irish-born fighter Joseph Duffy, more commonly known in 2015 as the "Last Man to Defeat the ‘Notorious’ Conor McGregor." He will make his UFC debut in March against the Brazilian Vagner Rocha in Dallas.Duffy defeated McGregor a little over four years ago in a Cage Warriors fight in Cork, Ireland. The encounter lasted only 38 seconds, as Duffy tappe read news >>

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The master of the left head kick is coming back to the UFC. Mirko Cro Cop, a legendary knockout artist from his days in PRIDE, has been re-signed by the UFC after four years away. UFC president Dana White confirmed the news with MMAFighting.com's Ariel Helwani. It was initially reported on Twitter by journalist John Joe O'Regan. Cro Cop, 40, didn't have a great first run with the UFC. Actually, it wouldn't be unfair to call it disappointing given all the hype behind him coming from PRIDE. The Cr read news >>

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Sam Oropeza details why he left Bellator to fight for less pay in an obscure organization for less pay. Chasing your dreams almost always comes with sacrifice, especially when those dreams involve an MMA career. The sport is still in the stages of trying to shed its "human cockfighting" image and even today, more than 20 years after its inception, there are still a few states that have not legalized it on a professional competition level. Sam Oropeza knows all about making sacrifices to chase a read news >>

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Uriah Hall has been left without an opponent. Again. Louis Taylor has injured his back and will have to pull out of his fight with Hall at UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Siver on Jan. 18 in Boston, UFC officials confirmed with MMAFighting.com on Sunday. The news was initially broken by Karyn Bryant of FOX Sports. Hall (9-4) was supposed to face Costas Philippou on the big FOX Sports 1 main card until Philippou sustained a rib injury. Taylor, the former Strikeforce and Bellator journeyman, stepped read news >>

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