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In a bloody main event, a mistake by Daniel Straus cost him a chance to reclaim the featherweight title he once held. Check out the Bellator 132 video highlights inside.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, Featured Videos, News, Videos read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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Say what you will about the UFC’s Conor McGregor-centric advertising campaign, at least it’s honest. The fact that we’ll all still tune in to see what’s expected to be a one-man show, that tells us something.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC (...) read news >>

  • a month ago
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Desmond Green took a big step forward in his career in October when he knocked out former WEC champ Miguel Torres. Now he’s ready for the next evolution.Filed under: News, Videos read news >>

  • a month ago
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World Series of Fighting welterweight Jon Fitch lost out on the title Saturday night, but he might be missing the use of his right leg for a few months. The former UFC contender was caught in a first-round kneebar by leglock master Rousimar Palhares Dec. 13 at WSOF 16. Fitch underwent an MRI Monday, but hopes the test won't reveal any major damage to his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). "It's not killing me," Fitch said post-fight. "I felt a pop. There was a little bit of swelling. It's probabl read news >>

  • a month ago
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LAS VEGAS – A small tactical mistake turned the lights out on UFC newcomer Ashlee Evans-Smith and brought triumph for Raquel Pennington. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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The gruesome leg injury Anderson Silva suffered at the hands of Chris Weidman nearly a year ago could have easily been avoided, according to Anthony Pettis. The reigning UFC lightweight champ, a black belt in kickboxing and taekwondo, spoke in detail with Peter Rosenberg of Realer Sports about the "amateur mistake" that almost cost Silva his career and struck fear into kickers all over the world: It was kind of an amateur mistake. I mean, he kicked a check, and that’s like a basic kickboxing mov read news >>

  • a month ago
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"It was kind of an amateur mistake. I mean, he kicked a check, and that's like a basic kickboxing move. I mean, he's probably done that a million times in his life, and that was just the wrong time to do it. The wrong angle, the wrong pressure. But that doesn't really make me kick differently. I think it looked ugly. It was nasty. But that's like saying in basketball when somebody twists their ankle, or breaks their ankle, 'You can't dunk like that because he did it that way.' So it's not even a read news >>

  • a month ago
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Don't count on UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis breaking his leg in the Octagon any time soon. A Taekwondo practitioner of 22 years, Pettis was asked Monday if seeing former middleweight champion Anderson Silva suffer the grisly injury would affect his fighting style. "Not really," Pettis told New York City's HOT 97. "It was kind of an amateur mistake. He kicked a check and that's like a basic kickboxing move. I mean, he's probably done that a million times in his life and that was just t read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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At the tail end of an uninspired UFC Fight Night, fans in Uberlandia, Brazil waited until nearly 4:00am local time to cheer on their national hero. All was forgiven as Mauricio Rua made his walk to the Octagon, but unfortunately for them it lasted longer than the actual main event against Ovince St. Preux. St. Preux scored the win of his career just 34 seconds into the opening round when a counter left hook sent a charging 'Shogun' to the canvas. The bout was called as St. Preux mopped up with a read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Brazil’s Guto Inocente says the only problem with the hype behind him before his UFC debut was that he hyped himself up too much. Now, he says, things are different. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Nick Diaz’s decision to move up to the UFC middleweight division to take on one of the greatest fighters or all time in Anderson Silva may not have been a very wise decision, according to former UFC champion Georges St-Pierre.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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But had the Stockton slugger agreed to a catchweight instead of middleweight, "GSP would give him the edge against "The Spider." One of the most highly-anticipated "super fights" that never came to be, and likely never will, was one pitting former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion, Anderson Silva, against former UFC welterweight king, Georges St-Pierre. Instead, we get to see Nick Diaz take "GSP's" place, as the Stockton slugger has agreed to take on "The Spider" at UFC read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Former UFC welterweight champ George St-Pierre says Nick Diaz should've asked for a catchweight to make the bout more 'fair'. Georges St-Pierre appeared at Chael Sonnen's podcast, "You're Welcome" and among the topics discussed was the upcoming bout between Nick Diaz and Anderson Silva. The long time welterweight champion spoke about the match up and he says his former opponent should've tried to get a catchweight bout against Silva instead: "To tell you the truth, I would maybe favor Diaz if th read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Former longtime UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre thinks ex-Strikeforce champ Nick Diaz has dug his own grave by accepting to fight Anderson Silva at 185 pounds at UFC 183 in January. Speaking on the You're Welcome with Chael Sonnen podcast, "Rush" said that the Stockton bad boy made a huge tactical error by making his first trip to middleweight against Silva (h/t MMA Fighting). To tell you the truth, I would maybe favor Diaz if the fight had been at a catchweight. Because if it is a f read news >>

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