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Jon Koppenhaver, a.k.a. "War Machine," tried to commit suicide last Tuesday evening (Oct. 14, 2014) in his Las Vegas jail cell, but was thwarted by corrections officers after they discovered the former UFC and Bellator fighter with his bed linens wrapped around his neck. Before he made peace with his decision to punch out, Koppenhaver penned a suicide note explaining his decision while also saying goodbye to loved ones, including ex-girlfriend Christy Mack, who he allegedly hospitalized back in read news >>

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Welcome to another week in MMA on Instagram! MMA stalker Katie Winter has collected the best pics that UFC and other MMA fighters and personalities were sharing this week, and they're all right here for your viewing pleasure. Happy Friday! I hope you're ready for the weekend and for another wonderful set of pictures shared by the luminaries and dignitaries of the MMA world. I want to make sure everyone knows that I am planning a special Halloween version of MMAIG so if you are posting Halloween/ read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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Gabriel Checco would love to have a short night of work when he walks out for RFA 19 tonight. How short? Like, record-breaking short, if he could do it every time out. Filed under: AXS TV Fights, MMAjunkie Radio, News, Radio Highlight, Videos read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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In just six professional bouts, none of which have made it outside of a round, Michael Page has already compiled quite the highlight reel. read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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Fans seem to either love or hate English kickboxer Michael Page because of his in-cage antics and boisterous personality, but he said there’s a reason for them.Filed under: Bellator, News read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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Undefeated lightweight Khabib Nurmagomedov has no love for divisional kingpin Anthony Pettis. And whether “Showtime” likes it or not, Nurmagomedov said he’s coming for the belt.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

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There was a lot to love about UFC 178. From the sensational main card to the return of long-missing fighters and much, the event was arguably the best of the year. Yet, there was controversial officiating, some languid performances and a fact about that card that wasn't properly appreciated. It's time to separate the best from the worst, the winners from the losers and the signal from the noise from Saturday night. Least Appreciated Fact of UFC 178: It's Durability Most Significant Change Award: read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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Ever wonder how one UFC champion would fare against another? Ever ponder the idea of a battle of the sexes? Of course you have, and that's perfectly natural. Unfortunately, the universal laws of mixed martial arts prevent any of these dreams matchups from actually taking place. Luckily, our imagination on this platform is not controlled by a sanctioning body. Strength aside, here are five fights we would love to see if weight classes were no more.Begin Slideshow read news >>

  • a month ago
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Mention the words "professional wrestling" to an MMA fan and you're likely to get one of two reactions—either a knowing nod or a disgusted sneer. No one is on the fence. There is no middle ground. You either embrace the madness or reject it out of hand. But, like it or not, wrestling has always walked hand-in-hand with mixed martial arts. In America, the sport was built by the Gracie family. They were trained by a former pro wrestler Mitsuyo Maeda, a Japanese grappler who shared a lifetime's exp read news >>

  • a month ago
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We all love to see good sportsmanship in MMA. If nothing else, it helps dispel the still-prevalent notion that mixed martial artists are little more than boorish barroom brawlers. A glove touch here and a kind word there help civilise a sport that is otherwise ripe for misinterpretation by moralizing demagogues. But just occasionally fighters can go overboard in the name of sportsmanship. After the eighth high five and fifth bro-hug, the in-cage action begins to look less like a fight. The follo read news >>

  • a month ago
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Watch UFC champion Ronda Rousey detail her love for Pokemon. read news >>

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