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Check out who the Bloody Elbow staff is picking for tomorrow night's fights at UFC 177 in Sacramento, CA. Note: The staff had unanimously picked Henry Cejudo to defeat Scott Jorgensen prior to the fight being canceled. T.J. Dillashaw vs. Renan Barao Anton Tabuena: I'm really not a fan of immediate rematches, especially ones that were that one-sided and this recent. It has only been 3 months since their last fight. Three. Freaking. Months... Barao used a lot of that time recovering from that beat read news >>

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Things sure have changed for T.J. Dillashaw. After no one picked him to beat Renan Barao in May, all eight of our staffers are picking him in the rematch. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Following the viral video that showed the ‘MMA gas station guy’ pummelling assailants who were attempting an armed robbery, Mayura Dissanayake stepped back inside the ring and earned a quick stoppage of his own. read news >>

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See who the Bloody Elbow staff is picking for each fight from tomorrow night's UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs. dos Anjos card in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ben Henderson vs. Rafael dos Anjos Mookie Alexander: Dos Anjos is a real live dog here, but I just can't bring myself to pick him to win this fight. He does have the better boxing then Ben, who has just never really had a strong command of that aspect of striking. Both men possess good leg kicks, with Henderson's historically proving to be more damaging read news >>

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See who the Bloody Elbow staff is picking for all of Saturday's fights at UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. Le in Macau. Michael Bisping vs. Cung Le Anton Tabuena: Say what you want about Bisping's last performance or his ‘decline', but Cung Le is 42, and hasn't competed in 2 years. Even back then, he was also a part time fighter. I think this is Bisping's fight to lose. If he fights smart during the first 2 rounds, Cung will eventually tire out and Bisping will capitalize and finish him within the 2 read news >>

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Saturday’s UFC return to Tulsa has a six-fight main card, and two fighters getting unanimous love from the MMAjunkie staff.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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It’s not unanimous, but Michael Bisping is an overwhelming favorite to get back on track from the MMAjunkie staff.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 15 days ago
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Check out who the Bloody Elbow staff is picking for all of the fights scheduled for Saturday night's UFC Fight Night: Bader vs. St. Preux card in Bangor, Maine. Ryan Bader vs. Ovince Saint Preux Anton Tabuena: Unless you're Tito, a win over Bader usually means an entry to the upper echelons of the division. OSP has potential, but is he there yet? I'm not quite sure about that. Ryan Bader by Decision. Mookie Alexander: Good test for OSP to see if he can add a fresh face to a largely stale light h read news >>

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Ovince Saint Preux may be prepping for the biggest opportunity of his career, but his opponent, Ryan Bader, is an overwhelming favorite in this week’s MMAjunkie staff picks.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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This Saturday, August 16, UFC Fight Night 47 will signify the beginning of a whirlwind seven-week period for the UFC, with a grand total of 11 events planned for that stretch. So take a deep breath, focus and brace yourself for a marathon. Saturday's 10-fight event begins at 8 p.m. ET, with a quartet of prelims on Fox Sports 2. From there, the action will move to Fox Sports 1 for the six-fight main card. Highlighting the show is a light heavyweight tilt between The Ultimate Fighter winner Ryan B read news >>

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The MMA legend tells Submission Radio who he thinks will take the biggest UFC bouts on the horizon. Former UFC, Pancrase and Strikeforce champ Frank Shamrock talked to Submission Radio about the two biggest UFC bouts on the horizon and made his picks. Regarding UFC 178's Jon Jones Light Heavyweight title defense against Daniel Cormier, here's what Shamrock has to say, "I honestly think that Daniel Cormier is probably the most well trained wrestler/boxer, you know sort of MMA fighter in this era, read news >>

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