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It seems like it's been awhile, but Bellator finally returns Friday with its 123rd card. Live from Connecticut, the bout features a title fight and numerous stars of the company. Pat Curran and Patricio Freire headline the card with Curran's 145-pound belt on the line. It is a rematch from nearly two years ago, when Curran edged Freire by decision. This card will be going up directly against UFC Fight Night 50, which could affect the ratings. However, given the title fight, it could attract some read news >>

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More fights are coming to Fight Pass and FOX Sports 1 this weekend (Fri., Sept. 5, 2014) when UFC Fight Night 50: "Jacare vs. Mousasi" kicks off from The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut. MMAmania.com's Patrick Stumberg kicks off UFC Fight Night 50 "Prelims" party with a full under card preview. They met once as prospects ... now this weekend (Fri., Sept. 5, 2014) as Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Middleweight contenders. It's been a long six years since read news >>

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There is not much buzz surrounding the UFC 177 pay-per-view after several marquee fights were removed from the card, and the task of selling the event to casual fans got tougher with the removal of former champion Renan Barao from the main event, according to UFC.com. UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw will now defend his title against Joe Soto. This is terrible news for the fight fans who were actually excited about this card. While there is always a chance Soto could stun Dillashaw the s read news >>

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The UFC finds itself on pay-per-view this weekend with a card headlined by bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw in a last-minute contest opposite late replacement Joe Soto. Original challenger and former bantamweight champion Renan Barao was forced to withdraw due to issues with weight cutting. Will T.J. Dillashaw be able to hold onto his title against Joe Soto? Will Soto's training with Team Alpha Male make a huge difference? I answer these questions and more with my predictions for Saturday's read news >>

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Injuries have plagued the UFC 177 fight card during the build-up to the event, and now even former champion and No. 1 contender Renan Barao has pulled out of his rematch with bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw, according to UFC’s official website. Barao will be replaced with Joe Soto (15-2). While most MMA fans will be focused on whether Soto can upset Dillashaw the same way the champion upset Barao in their first fight, the most underrated battle of the night could be the women’s bantamweight read news >>

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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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Too soon? Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is in a big hurry to give Renan Barao his belt back. Either that, or it's rushing to boot him from the division title picture for good. One of those two scenarios is likely as we head into the UFC 177 pay-per-view (PPV) event this Sat. night (Aug. 30, 2014) inside Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California. I'm not sure how else to explain the haste in which this do-over was assembled. Especially considering the Brazilian wasn't the victim of a fla read news >>

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Several UFC stars give their predictions for the upcoming UFC 177 main event title fight between T.J. Dillashaw and Renan Barao. UFC 177 is upon us, and it will be headlined by a bantamweight title fight between T.J. Dillashaw and Renan Barao. The pair just fought three months ago, in a bout thoroughly dominated by the Team Alpha Male product. Although somewhat surprisingly, the betting odds have them almost even. Odds makers may have Dillashaw at just -140, but do actual fighters agree? I asked read news >>

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The Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California, will be loud and rowdy for UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw on Saturday night. Dillashaw will headline UFC 177 in his hometown in one of the most anticipated fights of the year. Dillashaw looks to hand Renan Barao another loss in the rematch of their May 24 scrap at UFC 173. Truth be told, Dillashaw dominated Barao in every facet in the first fight. Had the win come over someone with less respect than Barao, there would be no need for a re read news >>

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Get excited this weekend! UFC 177 is coming your way on pay-per-view, so get ready to shell out some hard-earned dough to watch a title fight and other fun scraps. OK, enough being Mr. Happy. Let's face it: UFC 177 is not that good. In fact, it should be a tax write-off. However, if you are like me and have an addiction to MMA that cannot be cured by a 12-step program, you will be tuning in. The fights will in fact be good bouts and excite you, should you choose to choose to watch. So, for your read news >>

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It wasn’t supposed to be this way. When the mad scientists at Zuffa headquarters fired-up their matchmaking supercomputer months ago and asked it to synthesize an awesome card for UFC 177, the machine huffed and puffed, spit out reams of paper and then said in its creepy sentient computer voice: “Optimum main event: Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson.” That’s how they book these cards, right? Anyway, it was a nice idea. We all know what happened: The Jones-Gusty rematch eventually got pushed bac read news >>

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