Reigning Tachi Palace Fights bantamweight champion Ian Loveland is set to meet Shooto prospect Kyoji Horiguchi on Dec. 24 at Vale Tudo Japan 2012. read news >>
Ian Loveland may have knocked out his past two opponents in vicious, first-round fashion, but he's also walking on eggshells.
"Just like anything else, every fight is going to be your biggest fight,
and I'm trying to get back into the UFC," Loveland told MMAjunkie.com
Radio. "So it's really important for me to not
only get wins, but look as good as I can in the process and finish
Loveland is relying on his team to help him make the
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MMAjunkie.com Radio today welcomes to the show recent Tachi Palace Fights 14 winners Ian Loveland, Georgi Karakhanyan and Art Arciniega.
Plus, Legacy FC 14's Jeff Rexroad will talk about his interim welterweight title fight this weekend. And Bill Calogero, host of "Talking Boxing With Billy C" on Fight Now TV, joins us in studio.
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Casey Olson had high hopes, and it did not take Ian Loveland long to ruin them. read news >>
Tachi Palace Fights bantamweight champion Ian Loveland has been given the green light to defend his belt against Casey Olson at TPF 14 "Validation," as both competitors hit their contracted weights at Thursday’s weigh-ins. read news >>
'Sons of Anarchy' star and huge MMA fan Theo Rossi highlights Wednesday's edition of MMAWeekly Radio along with the Sports Lab's Phil Claud and fighter Ian Loveland. read news >>
Chris Lytle talks PED's in MMA, Mike Pierce on some controversial judging and Ian Loveland on his desire to get back to the UFC plus the best debate in MMA on Wednesday's edition of MMAWeekly Radio.
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Joe Soto posted his second win of 2012 on Thursday by choking Chad George unconscious in the bantamweight headliner of Tachi Palace Fights 13 read news >>
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Medical suspensions were issued to 16 fighters from this past weekend's UFC 134 event, and four fighters - including Forrest Griffin, Stanislav Nedkov, Raphael Assuncao and Ian Loveland - could be out up to six months.
UFC 134 took place Aug. 27 at Rio de Janeiro's HSBC Arena.
Zuffa LLC, the UFC's parent company, oversaw the suspensions and regulatory processes due to the lack of an official sanctioning body in Brazil.
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Canadian Yves Jabouin will drop down to the bantamweight division for his next fight where he faces Ian Loveland at UFC 134 in Brazil.
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A bantamweight clash between Yves Jabouin and Ian Loveland will likely take place at UFC 134, promotion officials announced Saturday. read news >>