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Another Bellator main event is set. Brandon Halsey will defend his middleweight title against UFC veteran Kendall Grove in the headliner of Bellator 137 on May 15 at Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, Calif., Bellator announced Tuesday. The undefeated Halsey (8-0) has not fought since winning the belt against Alexander Shlemenko last September at Bellator 126. The California native has won six straight bouts in Bellator, including the season 10 middleweight tournament. Halsey, 28, trains ou read news >>

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Episode No. 143 of the Co-Main Event Podcast now is available for streaming and download. This week, the guys look back on a busy MMA weekend, including UFC champ Ronda Rousey’s latest victory and Emanuel Newton’s Bellator MMA title loss.Filed under: News read news >>

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Two main card bouts have been added to UFC: Manila, including the co-headliner between Gegard Mousasi and Costas Philippou "Breakfast with UFC", as Dana White referred to the upcoming show in Manila, will be the first time Fox Sports 1 hosts a live UFC show in the morning. The May 16 card will be headlined by Frankie Edgar vs. Urijah Faber, and as officials announced today, two more main card bouts have been added to the line up. Co-headlining the card is a middleweight clash between Gegard Mous read news >>

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The UFC isn't offering fans much of an opportunity to digest their latest pay-per-view offering, UFC 184. The next big card, UFC 185, is just two weeks away. The full card is as follows: Main Card Anthony Pettis vs. Rafael dos Anjos Carla Esparza vs. Joanna Jedrzejczyk Johny Hendricks vs. Matt Brown Roy Nelson vs. Alistair Overeem Chris Cariaso vs. Henry Cejudo Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1) Ross Pearson vs. Sam Stout Elias Theodorou vs. Roger Narvaez Daron Cruickshank vs. Beneil Dariush Jared read news >>

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Watch Josh Koscheck vs. Jake Ellenberger full fight video highlights from UFC 184's main card above, courtesy of FOX Sports 1. UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano took place February 28, 2015 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Longtime welterweight veterans Josh Koscheck (17-9) and Jake Ellenberger (30-9) met on the night's main card, which aired live on pay-per-view. Catch the video highlights above. More Coverage: UFC 184 results | UFC newsDownload MMA Fighting iPhone App For more on Ko read news >>

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After a captivating UFC 184: "Rousey vs Zingano" event, MMAmania.com ponders what is next for the main card winners who picked up victories last Saturday night (Feb. 28, 2015) on pay-per-view inside the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. For an event absolutely crippled by injuries in the weeks leading up, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) brass have to be absolutely delighted by the outcome of the UFC 184 pay-per-view (PPV) event last Saturday night (Feb. 28, 2015) live from the Stap read news >>

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UFC 184 is in the books and so is the month of February. So what's next for last night's main card fighters? Mookie Alexander plays fantasy matchmaker in "Fights to Make". UFC 184 was ravaged with injuries, but the card survived any 151-esque catastrophe and went on as scheduled. As it turned out, the show produced plenty of fun moments without there being any particular great fight. Ronda Rousey obviously stole the show by setting multiple records with her 14 second armbar of Cat Zingano in the read news >>

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The biggest storyline to emerge from UFC 184 was Ronda Rousey's breathtaking, 14-second submission victory over Cat Zingano in the main event. Rousey once again proved she is the unquestionable, dominant force in women's MMA, retaining her title as UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion. It isn't a hot take to have such an opinion, but Rousey's triumph at the Staples Center in Los Angeles was nevertheless astounding. ESPN Stats & Info highlighted the history Rousey made in her swift disposal of Zinga read news >>

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It's rare when we're able to give a complete account of a fight in four sentences, but after Ronda Rousey's 14-second demolition of Cat Zingano on Saturday night at UFC 184, here goes nothing: Zingano came out on the attack from the opening bell. She tried to land a charging knee against the UFC women's bantamweight champion, but Rousey side-stepped the attack. The champion quickly took Zingano down. The challenger tried to wiggle out of danger, but Rousey locked in her patented armbar and it wa read news >>

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Ronda Rousey defended the UFC women's bantamweight championship at UFC 184, and the fight capped off a solid evening of performances. The five-fight main card delivered four finishes, and each one was exciting. Three of the four finishes earned performance bonuses. That tells you just how solid this main card was in regards to excitement. Three of the four finishes Saturday came in the first round of action. The UFC 184 main card fighters got after it. They wasted no time in seeking fight-ending read news >>

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Cat Zingano was supposed to be the most difficult test of Ronda Rousey's career to date. The reasons for believing this were plentiful leading into the bout. The Alpha Cat came into the bout undefeated, winning eight of her nine bouts by either knockout (KO or TKO) or submission. She passed the eye test. The highlight-reel suplex of Amanda Nunes and the vicious knockout of Miesha Tate were evidence that her strength and power would be enough to match up well with Rousey. None of that mattered. Z read news >>

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UFC 184 is in the books. The results are as follows: UFC 184 Main Card Ronda Rousey def. Cat Zingano, submission (Round 1, 0:14) Holly Holm def. Raquel Pennington, split decision (29-28, 28-29, 30-27) Jake Ellenberger def. Josh Koscheck, submission (Round 2, 4:20) Alan Jouban def. Richard Walsh, knockout (Round 1, 2:19) Tony Ferguson def. Gleison Tibau, submission (Round 1, 2:37) Prelims on Fox Sports 1 Roan Carneiro def. Mark Munoz, submission (Round 1, 1:40) Roman Salazar vs. Norifumi “Kid” Ya read news >>

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Cat Zingano had a pattern of starting off slow in fights. Ronda Rousey is known for finishing fights early. At UFC 184, those two tendencies manifested themselves in the most literal way possible. The champion defended her belt in just 14 seconds via—you guessed it—armbar. In defense of the challenger, she was clearly trying to address her prior slow starts. At the opening bell, she charged across the cage with the reckless abandon of someone looking to make a statement. However, it's difficult read news >>

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Watch Ronda Rousey vs. Cat Zingano full fight video highlights from UFC 184's main event above, courtesy of FOX Sports 1. UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano took place February 28, 2015 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey (11-0) and number-one contender Cat Zingano (9-1) put their previously undefeated records on the line in the night's main event, which aired live on pay-per-view. Catch the video highlights above. More Coverage: UFC 184 resu read news >>

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