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  • 2 months ago
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Matt Brown’s intensity is a tangible, living, breathing thing. Yet, his presentation is as calm as the Ohio skies in June. read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Cody Garbrandt and his older brother were allowed to wrestle, but boxing is where their mother drew the line. But when an uncle who was a boxing trainer wanted to help them get involved in that sport as well? The boys had to get inventive.Filed under: News read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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All drug tests conducted during the UFC’s most recent trip to Cincinnati came back clean. read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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After Matt Brown's impressive TKO win over Erick Silva at Fight Night Cincinnati, the Ohio native has moved up to the No. 6 slot in the official UFC welterweight rankings. read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Experience the wildest moments from UFC Fight Night 40 in Cincinnati, Ohio, in slow motion. Featuring Matt Brown vs. Erick Silva, Chris Cariaso vs. Louis Smolka, Costas Philippou vs. Lorenz Larkin, Erik Koch vs. Daron Cruickshank, and more. read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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UFC President Dana White spoke to the media in attendance following UFC Fight Night 40 in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Saturday night. White discussed the performance of Matt Brown, Brock Lesnar begging him to convince Pat Barry to retire, Bjorn Rebney talking MMA legalization in New York state and more. read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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The UFC's Fight Night series makes a stop in Ohio as the fighter who refused to be denied his contender status and hometown-product Matt Brown faces a stern test in Brazilian almost-sensation Erick Silva. Brown isn't guaranteed a title shot if he wins, but he certainly moves closer to that space and continues his improbable run. For Silva, this is a do or die moment in terms of converting himself from hyped prospect to actual welterweight division threat. Will Matt Brown satisfy the hometown fan read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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A look at the May 10th Fox Sports 1 card in Cincinnati, which features Ohio native Matt Brown against Erick Silva in the night's main event. Here's an interesting fact about the UFC in Cincinnati: None of the main card fighters was in the UFC back in October 2007, and only Soa Palelei (!) was actually signed and scheduled for a UFC fight (at UFC 79 in December). The UFC is once again in Cincy for a FS1 Fight Night, headlined by welterweight contender Matt Brown and Erick Silva, in what should be read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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A look at the May 10th Fox Sports 1 event in Cincinnati, which features Ohio's Matt Brown against Erick Silva in a welterweight main event. The UFC's first card in Cincinnati since 2007 features two exciting welterweights taking part in their first ever main event. Cincinnati's own Matt Brown looks for his 7th straight win as he faces Brazil's Erick Silva in what should be a great fight (or at least produce a great finish). Co-headlining are middleweight strikers Costa Philippou and Lorenz Larki read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Matt Brown had his first fight in an Ohio moose lodge, essentially on a drunken whim. Jimy Hettes, who struck fear in the heart of absolutely nobody with his boyish looks, dipped his toe in the fight game at roadhouses and strip joints in rural Pennsylvania. For Shane Kruchten, who makes his World Series of Fighting debut on Saturday night at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, it was at a bar in Menasha, Wisconsin. Kruchten didn’t intend to fight that night back in 2007, but when a local promoter read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Ohio State's athletic director will make a third of the average American household income as a bonus for Logan Stieber's NCAA wrestling title win. Meanwhile, Stieber participates in a sport where his 39 member team is allowed a total of 9.9 scholarships. Major NCAA sporting events always serve as an opportunity to reignite the debate over paying NCAA student athletes beyond the possibility of scholarships. The past week has been no different with March Madness taking center stage. A recent poll read news >>

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