The UFC's Fight Motion Cam captured the five-round battle between Ryan Bader and Ovince St. Preux, as well as all of the other action from Saturday's UFC Fight Night 47: Bader vs. St. Preux. read news >>
While you're probably not clamoring to see a bunch of takedowns in slow motion, UFC Fight Night 47 (full results here) did produce a couple of memorable knockouts, like Tim Boetsch and his "Barbarian" bash against Brad Tavares, in addition to Ross Pearson, who proved he was the "Real Deal" by bullying Gray Maynard. And let's not forget about what Alan Jouban did to Seth Baczynski. Watch it all unfold in the Fight Motion -- also known as "Phantom Cam" -- video above. read news >>
Ryan Bader's five-round decision win over Ovince St. Preux anchored UFC Fight Night 47, which did 735,000 viewers. The number ranked sixth among the ten Saturday night live main card events that have aired thus far since the move last summer to Fox Sports 1. Saturday night's UFC Fight Night from Bangor, Maine, headlined by Ryan Bader's five-round decision win over Ovince St. Preux, did 735,000 viewers on Fox Sports (FS) 1.Of UFC's ten live events on Saturday night since moving to FS 1 last Augus read news >>
Gray Maynard and Ross Pearson put on a thoroughly entertaining display of boxing in their co-main event slot on the UFC's 47th Fight Night event in Bangor, Maine. BE's striking specialist Connor Ruebusch breaks it down. I'm going to ask you to do something difficult.
Forget that this was Gray Maynard's fourth loss by KO in his last five outings. Forget that Maynard was among the top three lightweights in the world just three years ago. Basically, forget everything I wrote about Maynard in my pre read news >>
Bloody Elbow's Mookie Alexander does some fantasy matchmaking in the aftermath of UFC Fight Night: Bader vs. St. Preux from Bangor, Maine.
Prior obligations prevented me from watching UFC Fight Night: Bader vs. St. Preux live, but I didn't lose any sleep over it because I thought that this card had high potential to be a stinker. Turns out that was an incorrect prediction, as all of the main card bouts ended in a finish bar the main event, which was probably always bound to go the distance if it read news >>
On Saturday night, Ovince St. Preux squared off against the winner of season eight of The Ultimate Fighter, Ryan Bader. The early rounds were competitive, but by late in the second round, Bader realized he had a serious advantage on the ground.
The fight went the full five rounds, and Bader took the unanimous decision with scores of 48-47, 49-46 and 49-46.
Going into the fight, Bader was ranked No. 8 and St. Preux was ranked No. 10. After this fight, St. Preux is likely to drop to the bottom of read news >>
"Heel" Jon Jones was watching UFC Fight Night 47 ... and he was not impressed.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight contender Ryan Bader got back into the 205-pound title hunt with a five-round, unanimous decision win against top division prospect Ovince St. Preux at the UFC Fight Night 47 mixed martial arts (MMA) event, which took place last Sat. night (Aug. 16, 2014) inside Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine.
I get the feeling division champion Jon Jones won't be looking read news >>
There were times when it seemed like nobody wanted to be there.
Ryan Bader succeeded only in spurts, Ovince Saint Preux finished looking lost and tired, and as the clock crept past 1 a.m. local time in Bangor, Maine, many spectators began to openly wonder if the UFC Fight Night 47 main event really needed five rounds. In the end, the better-prepared, better-rounded Bader asserted a kind of dominance, winning a unanimous decision (48-47, 49-46, 49-46) over the overmatched Saint Preux. With it, he read news >>
MMAmania.com runs down the list of “Who’s Hot” and “Who’s Not” from UFC Fight Night 47: “Bader vs. St. Preux,” which took place last Saturday night (Aug. 16, 2014), nominating the biggest winners and losers from the FOX Sports 1 event that took place inside Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) made its first trip to Bangor, Maine, this past Saturday night (Aug. 16, 2014) for UFC Fight Night 47: "Bader vs. St. Preux," and it was another night of surprising read news >>
It's good to have friends in high places. When it comes to mixed martial arts, the city of Bangor, Maine, has one of the highest friends it's possible to have.
That's the only reason why UFC Fight Night 47 went down from this staid New England town, population 33,000. For comparison, the UFC's previous event, Fight Night 46, happened in San Jose, California, which has 945,000 residents. And this isn't just conjecture; Dana White has admitted as much. See, the UFC prez keeps a summer home in the read news >>
Ryan Bader had a lot to prove against up-and-coming light heavyweight Ovince St. Preux in the main event of last night's (Sat., August 16, 2014) UFC Fight Night 47 from Bangor, Maine. The skilled mat technician proved St. Preux still has a long way to go, locking up his third straight UFC victory. Find out how in our main event breakdown below!
Last night (Sat., August 16, 2014) Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweights Ovince St. Preux and Ryan Bader went to war in the main event read news >>