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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 >>

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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 >>

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

  • 13 days ago
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'Shogun' revealed that he will not retire even though his wife and mother regularly urge him to do otherwise. Former UFC light-heavyweight champion Mauricio Rua revealed several harrowing details regarding his approach to fighting, particularly his decision to ignore his family's urges to retire. According to ‘Shogun,' his mother has been keen to have him stop fighting for several years now, yet the Brazilian simply never considered otherwise. "My mother asks me ‘you really have to fight?'" Rua read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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In this interview with Josh Samman, the UFC middleweight opens up about recent life changing events as he gears up for what he considers the 'second' MMA career. After a promising stint at regional circuits and at the The Ultimate Fighter 17, middleweight Josh Samman impressed during his 'official' UFC debut, when he stopped Kevin Casey on April of 2013. That was the last time he stepped foot in the Octagon, and while fighters having a year long layoff due to injuries isn't exactly uncommon in t read news >>

  • 21 days ago
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Anthony Hamilton talks about watching tape on Ruan Potts, his opponent's cardio, who he wants to fight next, targeting the body, being motivated by a speech from Dana White before UFC 177, and more. read news >>

  • 21 days ago
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Most who follow boxing felt that unbeaten contender J’Leon Love would topple struggling Rogelio Medina and quickly be knocking on the door of the super middleweight division’s top 10. read news >>

  • 22 days ago
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Sherdog.com's Mike Sloan reports from The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas with live ShoBox play-by-play. read news >>

  • 24 days ago
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Yancy Medeiros talks about his UFC 177 fight against Damon Jackson, not knowing much about his late replacement, how he expects the fight to play out, his cheat meals, and more. read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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A few days removed from a hard-fought battle with a UFC newcomer few had heard of, Max Holloway would love to run a fight back with a featherweight everyone’s been talking about. Filed under: MMAjunkie Radio, News, UFC read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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Metamoris has been getting bigger pretty consistently over the past year or so. From people who dabble in jiu-jitsu to hardcore grappling aficionados to dudes looking for some hipster fight-sport cred, the submission-only grappling showcase has developed a decent following. As it's grown, so too has its relationship with UFC competitors looking to bridge the gap between fights. Names like Josh Barnett and Chael Sonnen competed most recently, while former UFC competitors such as Dean Lister and V read news >>

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