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What you see is what you get with Mark Hunt. The storied heavyweight slugger brings a straightforward approach to his action inside the Octagon, and the New Zealand native never makes any bones about what he's showing up to do. The former K-1 World Grand Prix champion's mission once the cage door closes is to settle the opposition in whatever fashion presents itself, and it's a task he's accomplished time and time again—often in brutal fashion. Knocking grown men unconscious is just what Hunt do read news >>

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Roy Nelson vs. Mark Hunt will happen at UFC Fight Night 52 in Saitama, Japan this Saturday, Sept. 20. Isn't that just fantastic? Roy Nelson vs. Mark Hunt. This is a dream matchup for fight fans, featuring two big-bellied, goofy, carefree heavyweights who could punch holes through sheet metal (and that's just their jabs!). When looking at this bout on the surface, it's easy to get lost in the fighters' appearances and their reputations as one-shot-stopper knockout artists. Add in their quirks—Roy read news >>

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Flyweight prospect Kyoji Horiguchi looks to feast on Guam veteran Jon Delos Reyes. Surely Reyes will have something to say about being prospect fodder? Flyweight Kyoji Horiguchi vs. Jon Delos Reyes By the Numbers Kyoji Horiguchi is 13-1 overall, 2-0 in the UFC with 8 KO/TKO's, 1 submission win, and 4 decision victories. Jon Delos Reyes is 7-3 overall, 0-1 in the UFC with 3 KO/TKO's, and 4 submission victories. Reyes is a +425 underdog. A People's History It's amazing to think that Kyoji's traine read news >>

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Vice Japan brings us a profile of two fighters at crossroads in their fighting careers: Yoshihiro Akiyama who is a veteran in the business and Kiichi Kunimoto who is building his profile in the UFC. Both, of Korean descent, have encountered major challenges as they’ve trained in Japan, preparing for the biggest fights of their respective careers. It's not easy being Sexyama. Go behind the scenes with Vice Japan as they talk to UFC Japan star Yoshihiro Akiyama and up and comer Kiichi Kunimoto. read news >>

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Twelve fighters permeate a preliminary card that should be even better in practice than on paper. Though light on rank, these Fight Pass prelims for UFN 52 should be heavy on action. The Line Up Bantamweight Alex Caceres vs. Masanori Kanehara Featherweight Katsunori Kikuno vs. Sam Sicilia Welterweight Hyun Gyu Lim vs. Takenori Sato Bantamweight Michinori Tanaka vs. Kyung Ho Kang Lightweight Kazuki Tokudome vs. Johnny Case Featherweight Maximo Blanco vs. Dan Hooker The Odds Alex Caceres -280 Masa read news >>

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What's a "Super Samoan" like you doing in a place like this? Former PRIDE attraction turned Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight contender Mark Hunt has returned to "The Land of the Rising Sun" for a super-sized showdown against bearded interloper Roy Nelson. They'll do the deed this Saturday (Sept. 20, 2014) in the main event of UFC Fight Night 52 in Saitama, Japan, live on UFC Fight Pass (results here). But before that, they exchanged glances at the "Hunt vs. Nelson" media day (abo read news >>

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Kid Nate & Eugene S. Robinson look ahead to the UFC's return to Japan this Saturday with the infamous and patented Care/Don't Care Preview. read news >>

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Heavyweights Mark Hunt and Roy Nelson headline this weekend's tip to Saitama, Japan. The Line Up Bantamweight Alex Caceres vs. Masanori Kanehara Featherweight Katsunori Kikuno vs. Sam Sicilia Welterweight Hyun Gyu Lim vs. Takenori Sato Bantamweight Michinori Tanaka vs. Kyung Ho Kang Lightweight Kazuki Tokudome vs. Johnny Case Featherweight Maximo Blanco vs. Dan Hooker The Odds Alex Caceres -280 Masanori Kanehara +220 Katsunori Kikuno -155 Sam Sicilia +125 Hyun Gyu Lim -550 Takenori Sato +400 Kyu read news >>

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In 2014, the UFC’s heavyweight division remains enthusiastically unknowable. Andrei Arlovski, whom many had stamped for the glue factory after his fourth straight loss in early 2011 to Sergei Kharitonov, is both a gradual and sudden UFC contender, depending on your point of view. He’s gone 8-1-(1) since that twilight spiral when people kept folding him up like a dinner tray. And in his second stint in the UFC, people -- oddsmakers, matchmakers, air-breathers -- keep waiting for him to get smashe read news >>

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