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UFC on FOX 13 and The Ultimate Fighter 20 Finale offered a lot to like. There were standout performances, a new champion was crowned, fighters showed tremendous development, a prospect proved his worth and more. Yet, there were fights with ugly health consequences, an overstatement of success and more. It's time separate the good from the bad, the winners from the losers and the signal from the noise from the UFC weekend. 1. Best Fighters on the Cards: Rafael dos Anjos, Carla Esparza The Fighter read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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UFC 181 had a lot to love and hate. The quality of the main card was high, the entire event featured a set of fighter comebacks, and a new champion was crowned. On the other hand, a man deeply unqualified to be there was announced with great fanfare. It's time separate the good from the bad, the best from the worst and the signal from the noise. Ray Hudson Magisterial Award: Anthony Pettis thrashing of Gilbert Meldnez Pettis was the best fighter on the card on Saturday. That's saying something g read news >>

  • 24 days ago
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UFC Fight Night 57 had a lot to offer. The card was generally good, the main event scintillating and a preliminary card with its own set of interesting outcomes. It also had plenty of poor fights, outmatched international competitors and bizarre performances. It's time to separate the good from the bad, the winners from the losers and the signal from the noise. Y'all Forgot About Dre Award: Frankie Edgar There's probably a few factors that went into Edgar not necessarily being underrated, but im read news >>

  • a month ago
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There was much to love about Saturday's UFC 179: Aldo vs. Mendes 2. The main event was one of the best fights of the year, perhaps even the best in the division's history. Gilbert Burns took another turn as a developing prospect. The fans in Rio de Janeiro were as amped for a UFC event as ever. Yet, there was also quite a bit not to love. The card outside of the main event left a lot to be desired, there was an officiating snafu and respected fighters suffered perhaps career-altering losses. It' read news >>

  • a month ago
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RIO DE JANEIRO -- UFC lightweight Gilbert Burns talks about his win over Christos Giagos on the preliminary card of UFC 179, transitioning from sport jiu-jitsu to MMA, competing in his home country of Brazil and more. Top kickboxer Tyrone Spong, Burns' teammate, adds his perspective on Burns and his win. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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There was a lot to love about UFC 178. From the sensational main card to the return of long-missing fighters and much, the event was arguably the best of the year. Yet, there was controversial officiating, some languid performances and a fact about that card that wasn't properly appreciated. It's time to separate the best from the worst, the winners from the losers and the signal from the noise from Saturday night. Least Appreciated Fact of UFC 178: It's Durability Most Significant Change Award: read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Scroobius Pip is a UK rapper, spoken word poet and founder of Speech Development Records. He sat down with MMA journalist Ralph Welch to analyse the UFC Fight Night Stockholm fighters walkout music. read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Ryan Bader looks to make some more noise in the LHW division against a fellow late blooming prospect in Ovince St. Preux. Which late bloomer can take it to the next level? Ryan Bader vs. Ovince St. Preux Light Heavyweight When we last left our heroes... Is it possible for a loss to be so embarrassing that nothing you do from now on in victory could distance yourself from that defeat? Bader is probably the only fighter alive who can claim such a title. He's an exceptional fighter, having come a l read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Saturday's UFC on FOX 12 had a lot to offer. There was a very good main event between top welterweight contenders, the debut of two first-rate prospects and numerous fighters coming of age. Yet, some of the fights didn't quite live up to the billing and the ratings were once again unspectacular. It's time to separate the winners from the losers, the good from the bad and the signal from the noise. Biggest Progression: Dennis Bermudez Maybe Conor McGregor could beat Bermudez. Maybe if the two fig read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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UFC Fight Night 46 had a lot to offer. The Irish fans were something to behold, the Irish fighters themselves put on a hell of a show and leading man Conor McGregor did everything he promised to do. Yet, not everything about Saturday's show was wonderful. The amount of UFC ads become intolerable and the over reaction to the level of talent on display was almost comical. It's time to separate the winners from the losers, the best from the worst and the signal from the noise. 1. Eye Opening Moment read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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UFC 175 and The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale had a lot to offer. There were two title fights, both spectacular in their own right. Other fighters like Justin Scoggins and Dustin Ortiz also made a name for themselves. Crowds both nights seemed to be genuinely enthusiasic. There were problems, too. Judging was sketchy a number of times, a legend was forcibly mauled into retirement, and a fighter had a health scare backstage. It's time to separate the winners from the losers, the best from the worst read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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There is no getting around the fact that Alexis Davis is a prohibitive underdog in the eyes of oddsmakers heading into her UFC 175 co-main event against Ronda Rousey this Saturday... read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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It didn’t take long for Jon Fitch’s words to travel to Brazil, but WSOF welterweight champion Rousimar Palhares isn’t bothered by the contender’s claims.Filed under: News, WSOF read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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UFC 174 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada had a lot to offer both good and bad. Rory MacDonald turned in an incredible performance, Demetrious Johnson proved he's far and away the best flyweight in mixed martial arts and two Japanese prospects shined on the preliminary card. Yet, fan interest in the event was low, much of the main card action wasn't particularly enjoyable and it's not clear fans cared for the main event despite what it had to offer. It's time to separate the good from the b read news >>

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