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Yeah ... so this is actually happening. Backstreet brawler-turned-EliteXC showpiece Kimbo Slice will make his Bellator MMA debut when he goes to war against Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) hall-of-famer Ken Shamrock on Spike TV from inside the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri, on June 20, 2015. "I remember how excited I was when this fight was originally announced, and how disappointed I was when it didn't come to fruition at that time," Bellator President Scott Coker said in today's read news >>

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Your eyes aren't deceiving you - Kimbo Slice is fighting Ken Shamrock a little less than 4 months from today. Last month, Bellator announced the return of former EliteXC star, backyard brawling legend, and UFC fighter Kimbo Slice, who hadn't competed in MMA since 2010. We now know when Slice's Bellator debut will be made, as well as his opponent. ESPN reports that Slice will fight 51-year-old Ken Shamrock in the main event of a June 20th card to be televised live on Spike TV from St. Louis, Miss read news >>

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Kimbo Slice is back. So is Ken Shamrock. And guess what? They are booked to face each other. Again. On Thursday, ESPN's Brett Okamoto broke the news that Kevin Ferguson -- better known as Kimbo Slice -- will make his Bellator debut against 51-year old Ken Shamrock this summer. The fight will headline a show on June 20 at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri. If this fight feels familiar, it's because it is. Back in 2008, the now defunct EliteXC promotion booked a fight between Shamrock an read news >>

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In his return to MMA, Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson will fight the man he was originally pitted against seven years ago.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, News read news >>

  • a month ago
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Already a late replacement, Louis Taylor has suffered an injury leaving Uriah Hall without an opponent again for UFC Fight Night in Boston. Uriah Hall is slated for UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Siver main card, but once again he is left without an opponent. First it was against Costas Philippou who had to drop off due to a rib injury, then Louis Taylor stepped in two weeks out only to bow out to injury as well. According to MMA Fighting, Hall's already late notice opponent had to bow out after read news >>

  • a month ago
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Bellator and Strikeforce veteran Louis Taylor stepped up on short notice to take over for Costa Phillipou -- and will now step out on even shorter notice against Uriah Hall -- at the upcoming UFC Fight Night 59 mixed martial arts (MMA) event in "Beantown." And the promotion wasn't too happy about it. Post by MMA H.E.A.T. Hall is currently without an opponent with less than a week until weigh ins, which means matchmakers can find a warm body, or bench The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 17 star until the read news >>

  • a month ago
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A week before the event, the UFC’s return to Boston appears to be in need of a replacement fighter. Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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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 >>

  • a month ago
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The UFC has signed a new face to the middleweight division off an injury to Costas Philippou. It's always interesting to see just what direction the UFC goes with late notice injury replacements. In the case of their recent Barueri card, Jungle Fight champions were the fighters on deck when talent went down to injury at the last minute. For their upcoming Sweden card, a US based fighter with an EU visa was the choice. For their upcoming fight card in Boston, UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Siver, read news >>

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Last night (Sat., Jan. 3, 2015), Kyoji Horiguchi and Louis Gaudinot looked to break into the top 10 at UFC 182 in the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Across the full 15 minutes, Horiguchi proved himself the superior fighter. Find out how below! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) flyweights Kyoji Horiguchi and Louis Gaudinot dueled last night (Sat., Jan. 3, 2015) at UFC 182 inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Horiguchi carried a lot of pressure with him into the read news >>

  • a month ago
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At 24-years-old, Kyoji Horiguchi has emerged as a promising prospect in the 125-pound weight class. He extended his winning streak to nine in a row on Saturday by soundly defeating Louis Gaudinot on the UFC 182 main card at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The former Shooto bantamweight champion, and No. 11 ranked UFC flyweight, has reeled off three consecutive wins since dropping to the flyweight division in May 2014. As he typically does, Horiguchi utilized a lot of movement and speed read news >>

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LAS VEGAS - Kyoji Horiguchi might not be ready for a shot at one of the world's best pound-for-pound fighters just yet. But in the flyweight division, where Demetrious Johnson has made short work of most of the division, each win the native of Takasaki, Japan racks up brings him one step closer to his biggest goal. Horiguchi made it 4-0 in the UFC on Saturday night with a one-sided victory at UFC 182 over Yonkers, N.Y.'s Louis Gaudinot. The judges scores at the MGM Grand Garden Arena were 29-28, read news >>

  • a month ago
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LAS VEGAS – For three full rounds, Kyoji Horiguchi was quicker, more accurate, and in nearly all ways sharper than Louis Gaudinot.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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Kyoji Horiguchi was looking to make it four straight wins inside the Octagon tonight (Jan. 3, 2015) since his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) debut, taking on The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 14 alum, Louis Gaudinot, at UFC 182 from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. And he did. As is the case with most 125-pound fighters, Horiguchi and Gaudinot came out bouncing. Horiguchi got the action started with a leg kick and Gaudinot returned fire with one of his own moments later. It took about read news >>

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