Kid Nate and Eugene S. Robinson look ahead to this Saturday's UFC twofer with the infamous and patented Care/Don't Care Preview. read news >>
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Kid Nate and Eugene Robinson of BloodyElbow.com provide the infamous and patented Care/Don't Care preview of UFC Fight Night: Bader vs. St. Preaux. read news >>
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The last time we saw surging lightweight T.J. Grant inside the Octagon, he was carving up Gray Maynard en route to a first-round TKO. That beyond-impressive performance set Grant up for a title shot vs. then-champion Benson Henderson.
But the mild-mannered Canadian withdrew from the title bout when he sustained a concussion during jiu-jitsu practice, and we have not seen him since. Nearly 13 months later, Grant is speaking up, and it appears he wants to face off against either Nick Diaz or Donal read news >>
That's assuming he can get medically cleared from his concussion.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight contender T.J. Grant is finally ready to make his return to the Octagon.
On the heels of a five-fight winning streak -- including a blistering first-round knockout of Gray Maynard -- Grant (21-5) was all set to challenge Ben Henderson for the division strap in the main event of UFC 164 all the way back in August of 2013, but was forced to withdraw from the championship contest after read news >>
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Nate Diaz's manager Mike Kogan had some harsh words for Bellator's former CEO Bjorn Rebney. It has been over a month since Bjorn Rebney resigned from his position as Bellator CEO and there is at least one person out there who is all too pleased with the decision.
Mike Kogan, the now infamous manager of Nate Diaz, was not shy to publicly address his blatant disdain for Rebney, claiming in an interview with Submission Radio that he "left kind of a really dark foot print on Bellator. Not just with read news >>
Despite the UFC's claims to the contrary, Nate Diaz manager Mike Kogan says he and his client have offered fights, but the UFC isn't biting. read news >>
The manager for the younger Diaz Brother was a guest on Submission Radio and updated fans on various fights the Nate Diaz camp has asked for and the status of negotiations with the UFC.
Following an ugly public back-and-forth with UFC president Dana White about his client Nate Diaz, manager Mike Kogan was a guest on Submission Radio and talked about his client who's holding out for more money.
"I reached out to the UFC before the Donald Cerrone/(Jim) Miller fight even happened and said 'hey, how read news >>
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Well, that sounds encouraging.
When Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was able to lure Nick Diaz out of retirement -- despite his state of chronic disgruntlement -- there was hope that his younger brother Nate would soon follow.
In fact, not only is the younger Diaz no closer to making his Octagon return, he's not even having dialog with UFC, or its fiery president Dana White. That's according to manager Mike Kogan, who called in to Submission Radio to shed some light on the read news >>