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Saturday, Staples Center in Los Angeles plays host to the historic UFC 184. There, female fighters carry the card at one of the promotion's biggest events of the year. The co-main event is a whopper, as Holly Holm—one of the sport's premier rising names—squares off with Raquel Pennington. The attention, of course, lasers in on the headline act when Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano step into the Octagon. While an injury to Chris Weidman helped rearrange the card to its final format, the women involve read news >>

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See who the Bloody Elbow staff is picking to win in every fight on tomorrow's UFC 184 pay-per-view event in Los Angeles, California. Ronda Rousey vs. Cat Zingano Mookie Alexander: Ronda Rousey is the UConn women's basketball team and Cat Zingano is "the field". Just because Zingano is a very good fighter who I'd probably pick to beat the rest of this division, doesn't mean I believe she'll come remotely close to winning against the champion. It's a small sample size, but she clearly lost the 1st read news >>

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Were any of MMAjunkie’s writers and radio hosts willing to predict an upset in Saturday’s UFC 184 co-headliners, which feature a pair of heavy, heavy favorites?Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Ronda Rousey is set to defend her UFC women's bantamweight title against Cat Zingano at UFC 184. It could be the most thrilling bout in Rousey's career to date, but it's not a fight you want to target in your DraftKings lineup. Zingano is easily the toughest and most well-rounded opponent Rousey has faced. While I couldn't bring myself to pick against Rousey, I do acknowledge that this should be a tough fight that lasts into the third round or later. The longer it goes, the less points Rousey wo read news >>

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Invicta FC is back with another card. After a couple months on the sidelines (and a couple years for Cyborg) Invicta FC is bringing their featherweight champion back in the cage to face Charmaine Tweet on February 27th. read news >>

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Who's ready to win some money? Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) descends upon Los Angeles, California this weekend (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) for a injury-plagued UFC 184 pay-per-view (PPV) event, featuring a historic night for women's mixed martial arts (MMA) as both the main event and co-main event showcase the women's bantamweight division. After cancelling the planned UFC 176 PPV in Los Angeles last August following UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo withdrawing from his title fight against read news >>

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Check out who the Bloody Elbow staff is picking to win every fight on tomorrow's UFC Fight Night: Bigfoot vs. Mir card in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Antonio Silva vs. Frank Mir Anton Tabuena: How sad is it that the main argument on who wins a UFC headliner centers on ‘who is less shot'? Neither man has looked great recently and there will always be question marks on both, but stylistically I think Bigfoot takes this. Mir will have a tough task taking Bigfoot down, and he will have even more trouble d read news >>

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When it comes to our staff picks, the MMAjunkie writers and radio hosts don’t have much dissension with Sunday’s six UFC Fight Night 61 main-card bouts.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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In this new feature, lightweight attraction, Dominique Robinson gives readers his picks for the best that Las Vegas has to offer across a variety of topics ranging from food to shopping. If you've ever wondered what a daunting task it is to be an MMA fighter trying to break free from regional promotions, you need look no further than lightweight attraction, Dominique Robinson. The 32-year-old Oakland native and single father has been competing professionally for the last 10 years, but the strugg read news >>

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Check out who the Bloody Elbow staff is picking to win every bout on tomorrow night's UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs. Thatch card in Broomfield, Colorado. Ben Henderson vs. Brandon Thatch Anton Tabuena: Thatch will be bigger and will hit harder, but Henderson has faced better strikers and better MMA fighters overall. He'll be significantly faster, more technical, and this won't be anything he hasn't seen before. If Bendo survives the opening salvo, this is his fight to lose. I expect him to emplo read news >>

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A quick look at all the action in a somewhat top heavy Bellator 133 card. Bellator is back this Friday, February 13th with another night of fights. And while this may not be the biggest name card that the promotion has ever run (in fact it may be one of the shortest in terms of name value) it should still be a decent night of action fights for fans looking for something fun to watch on a Friday night. The main card starts at 9 pm EST (and 9pm PST on tape delay) and features an action headline bo read news >>

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If you’re looking for some closely contested predictions, our UFC Fight Night 60 staff picks are going to leave you disappointed.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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The Bloody Elbow staff weighs in on Glory 19 and picks the winners for tonight's big event, live on Spike TV. Rico Verhoeven vs. Errol Zimmerman Zane Simon: They've fought twice before, and stand at 1-1. Zimmerman got a quick KO the first time, while Verhoeven took a decision the second time. Zimmerman may be the slightly better puncher, but it seems like Verhoeven has really been developing his technical game and taking better advantage of his physical tools. I have to go with Verhoeven by deci read news >>

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Al Iaquinta took a very big TKO win over Joe Lauzon in their UFC 183 lightweight fight. Al Iaquinta fought smart, and it helped him to earn a stoppage over a very durable fighter. On the feet, no less. Iaquinta's UFC 183 lightweight bout against Joe Lauzon was expected to be a close affair and that's exactly how it went down in the first round. The second round was a different story though. Lauzon came out looking to strike, and Iaquinta obliged him. Lauzon wobbled Iaquinta a couple of times ove read news >>

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