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  • 16 days ago
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Some bad blood carried over into a WSOF 18 main-card bout, and it eventually led to a disqualification loss for Cody McKenzie against welterweight Andrew McInnes.Filed under: News, Videos, WSOF read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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Cody McKenzie's WSOF debut didn't go as planned. The former UFC veteran was disqualified after it was ruled he delivered an intentional head butt against Andrew McInnes at the 4:58 mark in the first round of their WSOF 18 match Thursday night. McInnes was warned by the referee just moments earlier for pulling McKenzie's hair. Thanks to Zombie Prophet for the vine. read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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Andrew McInnes may have missed out on a shot at the MFC belt, but he believes he'll roll past Cody McKenzie to contend for the WSOF championship. read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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Canadian lightweight attraction, Andrew McInnes weighs in on his WSOF opponent, Cody McKenzie, the PED epidemic, new age training implements, diet coaches, what it was like fighting for MFC and more. This Thursday evening, former UFC lightning rod, Cody McKenzie will meet up with Canadian lightweight attraction, Andrew McInnes in the World Series Of Fighting cage. McKenzie will be coming off an extended, two-month-long layoff, and says that this is a "one off thing," and that MMA is more like a read news >>

  • 20 days ago
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Former UFC competitor Cody McKenzie explains why he cut his retirement short after less than two months away from the sport. Shortly after being knocked senseless by Beslan Isaev at M-1 Challenge 54 in St. Petersburg, Cody McKenzie announced that he was done with fighting. While McKenzie was serious at the time, his retirement lasted less than two months - barely the length of a training camp. "It was a pretty quick retirement," McKenzie told MMAFighting.com with a laugh. "I lived off my funds a read news >>

  • 21 days ago
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Cody McKenzie's retirement was shorter than most fighters' time in between bouts. The idiosyncratic UFC veteran has accepted a fight on short notice and will meet Andrew McInnes in the co-main event of World Series Of Fighting 18: Moraes vs. Hill on Feb. 12 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, it was announced this week. McKenzie announced his retirement after a first-round knockout loss to Beslan Isaev at M-1 Challenge 54 on Dec. 17. "It was a pretty quick retirement," McKenzie told MMAFighting.com wi read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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After six long weeks with no compass to guide them, MMA fans once again have their North Star in the fold. That's right. Cody McKenzie, the unabashed brawler and party guy who used to work fishing boats in his native Alaska, has ended his extremely brief retirement and will return to action Feb. 15, according to Karim Zidan of Bloody Elbow. The 27-year-old McKenzie (15-6) is reportedly set to take on Andrew McInnes at World Series of Fighting 18, WSOF officials confirmed in the Bloody Elbow repo read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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The full nine-bout lineup is complete for next week’s WSOF 18 event, and there’s an infamous name on the preliminary card.Filed under: News, WSOF read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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World Series of Fighting has finalized the fight card for WSOF 18 “Moraes vs. Hill.” read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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Former UFC competitor Cody McKenzie put an end to his retirement from professional MMA, as he is scheduled to return at WSOF 18 in Edmonton, Canada. After announcing his retirement following a knockout loss back in December, Cody McKenzie appears to have changed his mind about hanging up the gloves for good. McKenzie, who most recently suffered a KO loss to Beslan Isaev at M-1 Challenge 54, is scheduled to compete against Andrew McInnes at the upcoming WSOF 18 event next month in Edmonton, Alber read news >>

  • a month ago
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Former UFC/WEC fighter Danny Downes joins MMAjunkie columnist Ben Fowlkes to review recent comments by Cody McKenzie, who had strong words for the armchair experts out there.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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Retired fighter Cody McKenzie offers to fight UFC President Dana White for free. Less than a few weeks after retiring from professional competition, Cody McKenzie is back making MMA headlines, this time with his willingness to fight UFC President Dana White for free. "I would love to fight Dana White," McKenzie told MMAFighitng.com. "I'd love to beat him up. He talks bad about fighters all the time, disrespects fighters. Yeah, he's a piece of work." The former UFC fighter's frustration stems fro read news >>

  • a month ago
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After putting together a below average 3-4 record under the ZUFFA banner, the one-time Ultimate Fighter (TUF) hopeful and former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight Cody McKenzie was handed his walking papers. But he's not going quietly. The "AK Kid" wanted to make sure the mixed martial arts (MMA) community knew what kind of businessman was in charge of running the world's largest combat sports promotion, and even offered to throw down against the UFC president for free. From his read news >>

  • a month ago
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Cody McKenzie has retired from MMA. But there is one fight that could bring him back. The quirky former UFC fighter told MMA Fighting that he would be interested in getting into the Octagon with UFC president Dana White. And he'd do it "for free." "I would love to fight Dana White," McKenzie said. "I'd love to beat him up. He talks bad about fighters all the time, disrespects fighters. Yeah, he's a piece of work." McKenzie, who announced his retirement after a knockout loss to Beslan Isaev at M- read news >>

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