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  • 11 hours ago
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The UFC has booked another slew of fights over the last week. Here is a quick rundown of what they put together. Since the UFC has decided to produce 50+ events in 2014, there is a remarkable amount of fighter signings and new match-ups being set up throughout any given week. Many of these new signings are for match-ups that take place on the undercard, or on the Fight Pass portion of a PPV, so we are going to continue with a new weekly (or bi-weekly if needed) series of articles where we take a read news >>

  • 12 hours ago
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If there is a lesson of the week, it's that quick main events are usually great for the fans, even better for the guy on the winning side of the fight, but for television broadcasters, they are far from the best thing.This past weekend saw Bellator's Friday night main event, where Brandon Halsey won the middleweight title from Alexander Shlemenko, only last 35 seconds. The next night on FS 1, for the prelims of UFC 178, what many considered the strongest TV main event on a prelim show to date, D read news >>

  • a day ago
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If time is money, then Conor McGregor did pretty well for himself at UFC 178. The Irish featherweight sensation earned a little over $1,415 per second in purse winnings alone in just his fourth UFC fight, cashing in a $150,000 check for his sub two-minute victory over Dustin Poirier on the night's pay-per-view card, according to information released to MMAFighting.com by the Nevada Athletic Commission. Throughout weeks of pre-fight hype, McGregor predicted he would knock out Poirier inside the f read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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LAS VEGAS – Dominick Cruz fought like he was trying to send a message when he returned from a nearly three-year hiatus to face Takeya Mizugaki. That message? Cruz is back, and he’s as good as ever.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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It's getting personal ... "You know how much money Wanderlei Silva has made since he’s been with the UFC? $9.7 million.... So Silva says everybody’s getting rich except the fighters. What does Wanderlei considers rich? $9.7 million isn’t rich? A lot of people would consider that rich. Let me tell you what: Wanderlei Silva has fought six times in the last five years. He’s fought six times in five years. If being overworked is fighting one time a year, I don’t know what to tell you..... When we of read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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Every stat suggested Alexander Shlemenko had the clear experience edge over Brandon Halsey – from total fights (58 to 7) to career rounds (100-plus to 15) to years as a pro (11 to 2). Not that it mattered once they got in the cage.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, Featured (...) read news >>

  • 4 days ago
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The changing of the guard was quick and clinical. read news >>

  • 4 days ago
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The changing of the guard was quick and clinical. read news >>

  • 5 days ago
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True story, apparently. "I have to be honest; I beat up T.J. Dillashaw in my freshman year of college wrestling. Beat him up. I was right there; I could have really done something in wrestling. I could have competed at the Division-I level, no question, but I was a dumb kid and I was having too much fun playing beer pong and partying. I regret a lot about my college days and am trying to make up for that now." Cody Gibson will make his third Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) appearance at thi read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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"I got the trading cards first. Then I got the video game on Gameboy Color. My first one was Pokemon blue, and my first Pokemon was Charmander. I got immediately hooked. I lost a bunch of weight and I was a small kid. I wouldn't stop playing. I just had a stack of milk and graham crackers next to me because I wouldn't get up. I'll just have a cracker and keep playing. I've got every single version of every generation of the game. When Blue came out, I didn't just wait for Silver. I got Blue, I b read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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UFC heavyweight Mark Hunt is interested in one more fight in 2014, and he knows exactly where he wants to have it. If you thought Mark Hunt would be celebrating his KO victory with an extended vacation, think again. Following his astonishing second round KO of Roy Nelson in the main event of UFC Japan, the 40-year-old Hunt revealed that he would be willing to take on any opponent, even one outside the Top 10, if it would mean a spot on the UFC's upcoming fight card in Sydney, Australia. "I want read news >>

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