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  • 4 months ago
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"The Great" will make his way back up the 185-pound weight class when he faces James Te Huna on June 17, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 43 in Auckland, New Zealand. And win, lose, or draw, Marquardt doesn't plan on dropping back down to welterweight ever again. Since dropping to welterweight in 2012, Nate Marquardt has seen less-than-stellar results. Sure, he won the Strikeforce strap in his 170-pound debut, by emphatically knocking out Tyron Woodley in round four of their championship title fight at t read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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K.J. Noons is riding high after scoring a brutal 30-second knockout of Sam Stout at Wednesday’s TUF Nations Finale event in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, and it’s got him thinking about the near future.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC Tagged: K.J. Noons, Nick (...) read news >>

  • 7 months ago
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Georges St-Pierre, now a couple months removed from vacating the UFC welterweight championship, still has issues with MMA drug testing, but isn't ready to call his sabbatical a retirement. read news >>

  • 7 months ago
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Rodridgo Damm said he’ll never fight at featherweight again after a horrific weight cut canceled his previous UFC bout. Filed under: News, Only on Junkie, UFC Tagged: Rodridgo Damm, UFC Fight Night 36 read news >>

  • 9 months ago
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Jon Jones has talked about eventually going up to heavyweight before, but now he appears to have a timeline and choice of opponent. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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LAS VEGAS - Alexander Gustafsson's permanent smile this week has left an undeniable mark on fellow foreign UFC fighter Martin Kampmann. While Kampmann's home country of Denmark might have a bit of a rivalry with Sweden, the UFC welterweight admitted that it would be cool to help carry a show in his home country. That's what Gustafsson is doing with his headlining appearance on UFC on FUEL TV 2 this weekend in his hometown of Stockholm. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Tattoos are permanent, but apparently, so is this fan's love for Nick Diaz. He had the picture of Diaz submitting Takanori Gomi to his chest. For the rest of his life, he will tell people about Diaz beating Gomi with a gogoplata at Pride 33. Do you think he will mention the part about the fight result being changed to a no-contest due to Diaz's positive drug test? Still, you have to be in awe of that kind of commitment. Not just to get Diaz's face or name, but an actual moment from a fight read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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HDNet's weekly MMA news show, "Inside MMA," makes a permanent move to a Monday time slot starting tonight. Additionally, the long-running program now airs live. Tonight's first Monday episode airs at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT) with guests Phil Davis, Roy Nelson, Frank Mir and Matt Hume. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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There will be a time when the UFC featherweight champ's kidneys say, "No way, Jose." A recent video documenting Jose Aldo's weight-cut for UFC 129 is proof positive. The 25-year-old is misery incarnate as he attempts to shed the final ounces for the 145-pound limit. At one point, he refuses to get back into a bathtub containing a chemical that aids the process but creates a burning sensation on his skin. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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After an emotional sendoff that followed a vintage win in Sunday's UFC on Versus 5 main event, Chris Lytle said his announced retirement is set in stone. And that's a good thing, he said. Lytle, who concluded a memorable 20-fight UFC career with a third-round submission victory over Dan Hardy at Sunday's Versus-televised event, said the sport thankfully has afforded him the opportunity to call it quits for good. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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Two "Fight of the Night" bonuses in three career UFC fights may go a long way in paying the bills, but it doesn't necessarily translate in the win column. This is the predicament Jared Hamman finds himself in after registering one victory over that span. He's clearly appreciated by the promotion, but nobody's employment is ever too safe. It's precisely why he decided to get out in front of his career and attempt a reinvention of sorts with a move down to middleweight. His first test read news >>

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