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World Series of Fighting's game plan for 2015 is coming into focus. The two-year-old company, whose events to date have aired on NBC properties, will jump into the pay-per-view market, the company announced on Tuesday. Additionally, WSOF intends to institute a fighter revenue-sharing system from PPV income. "This is a proud day for the sport of mixed martial arts and our organization and one that we hope will create a better opportunity for the fighters who put everything on the line every time read news >>

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World Series of Fighting plans on entering the pay-per-view business late next year, and with that move, its fighters could be handsomely rewarded. read news >>

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WSOF is apparently entering the pay-per-view business, and it’s splitting the revenue with fighters.Filed under: News, WSOF read news >>

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Chris Weidman vs. Vitor Belfort won’t happen on Dec. 6 after all, but that won’t change Ronaldo Souza’s plans. "Jacare", who scored his fourth straight victory under the UFC banner with a third-round submission over Gegard Mousasi in September, will still work to be the ‘plan B’ in case something happens to Belfort before his title fight against Weidman in February. "I haven’t talked to Jacare about it yet, but my position, as his manager, is that we will wait until February," Souza’s manager Gi read news >>

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RIO DE JANEIRO -- Glover Teixeira co-headlines UFC 179 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Oct. 25, and he decided to change a few things for this training camp. Teixeira had his 20-fight win streak snapped by UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones in his last appearance inside the Octagon in April, and he realized he made the wrong decision in his camp for "Bones." "I lost the fight, and as soon as I got out (of the Octagon) I knew I had to change a few things in my camp," Teixeira said during a me read news >>

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Rin Nakai takes on former Strikeforce champion and UFC title contender Miesha Tate at UFC Fight Night 52 in Saitama, Japan and has no intentions of losing in front of the Japanese crowd. read news >>

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Melvin Manhoef sees Bellator as his opportunity to open the door to American fans. He intends to make a splash in Friday's headliner, then shoot for a championship. read news >>

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What you see is what you get with Mark Hunt. The storied heavyweight slugger brings a straightforward approach to his action inside the Octagon, and the New Zealand native never makes any bones about what he's showing up to do. The former K-1 World Grand Prix champion's mission once the cage door closes is to settle the opposition in whatever fashion presents itself, and it's a task he's accomplished time and time again—often in brutal fashion. Knocking grown men unconscious is just what Hunt do read news >>

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There are some internal problems brewing with Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s “Money Team,” namely his prime business partner at Mayweather Promotions, Leonard Ellerbe. read news >>

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According to his manager Ted Ehrhardt, UFC welterweight champion Johny Hendricks is ready to be booked in a rematch against No. 1 contender Robbie Lawler. Hendricks underwent surgery to repair a torn right bicep just a week after winning the title by defeating Lawler via unanimous decision at UFC 171 in March. Ehrhardt tells ESPN that while Hendricks is healthy enough to be booked sooner, the UFC didn't want to set a date until he was completely healthy. "The last thing the UFC wanted was to sta read news >>

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BRASILIA, Brazil -- The UFC has three more events scheduled for Brazil this year, and they won’t slow down in 2015. At the Nilson Nelson Gymnasium in Brasilia, Brazil, UFC executive Grace Tourinho announced the date and city for the last UFC card of the year during the UFC Fight Night 51 post-fight press conference. "It’s official for Uberlandia on Nov. 8, and we already have four fights official, and we’re going to Barueri on Dec. 20," Tourinho said. "We’re going to Rio (de Janeiro) on Oct. 25, read news >>

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