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Yoshihiro Akiyama and Amir Sadollah both looked to make successful returns last night (Sept. 20, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 52 on Fight Pass inside Saitama Super Arena in Japan. By the end of the night, Akiyama proved that his skill set was still quite effective in 2014. Find out how below! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Welterweight veterans Yoshihiro Akiyama and Amir Sadollah fought for their place in the division last night (Sept. 20, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 52 on Fight Pass from Saitama read news >>

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Miesha Tate and Rin Nakai engaged in a grueling grappling match last night (Sept. 20, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 52 on Fight Pass inside Saitama Super Arena in Japan. From the very beginning, it was clear that Tate was the superior fighter, and she proved it repeatedly across three rounds. Find out how below! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight women, Miesha Tate and Rin Nakai, took center stage last night (Sept. 20, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 52 on Fight Pass from Saitama Super Arena read news >>

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Halted losing streaks, minor upsets, and unprecedented losses characterize the real Winners and Losers coming out of Saturday's Fight Night. Welcome, gentle readers, to the Winners/Losers column, Substitute Teacher Edition. Let's jump in. WINNERS Mark Hunt - Hunt has been 0-1-1 for the past twelve months, implications of rocky contract negotiations cropped up during his training camp, and there were concerns about his fighting shape after it was revealed that he had to sweat out some twenty poun read news >>

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Myles Jury and Takanori Gomi duked it out last night (Sept. 20, 2014) in the Fight Pass co-main event at UFC Fight Night 52 inside Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. Jury very much looked the part of the heavy favorite, knocking out Gomi in less than two minutes. Find out how below! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweights Myles Jury and Takanori Gomi took the center stage last night (Sept. 20, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 52 on Fight Pass from inside Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Jap read news >>

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UFC Fight Night: Hunt vs. Nelson is in the books, so what's next for the main card winners? Mookie Alexander does some fantasy matchmaking for the likes of Mark Hunt, Myles Jury, and Miesha Tate. We're all through with what was a quite entertaining night (or morning) of fights in Saitama, Japan. The highlights of the night were from the main card, and nothing could top Mark Hunt's uppercut knockout of Roy Nelson in the main event. In the co-main event, a legend was beaten down by a young prospec read news >>

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Mookie Alexander steps in for T.P. Grant for the Sunday Perspective, which looks back at all of the action from the preceding day's UFC event. If you stayed up for UFC Fight Night: Hunt vs. Nelson (for our readers who live in the Americas) it was well worth your time and complete disregard for your body's need to get some rest. This was a strong Fight Pass card that could've easily passed off as a really strong Fox Sports 1 card, and the event ended with a bang when Mark Hunt made Roy Nelson fal read news >>

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In the wee hours of yesterday morning (Sat., Sept. 20, 2014), two iron-chinned sluggers, Mark Hunt and Roy Nelson, went to war at UFC Fight Night 52 inside the legendary Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. Though both men attempted to fully utilize their mixed martial arts (MMA) game, it was Hunt who literally walked away with a victory. Find out how below! In the main event of UFC Fight Night 52, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight heavy-hitters, Roy Nelson and Mark Hunt, battle read news >>

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Mark Hunt's record might not be impressive, but when he wins, you are entertained. Early Saturday morning, the Super Samoan knocked out "Big Country" Roy Nelson with an uppercut in the second round of the main event at UFC Fight Night 52 in Saitama, Japan. The 40-year-old Hunt improved to 10-8-1 with the win and kept his name in the mix of "elite" heavyweights in the UFC. Quite honestly, there isn't very much to choose from when doling out the "e" word. There are Cain Velasquez, Fabricio Werdum read news >>

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Takanori Gomi, a former 155-pound champion and widely considered the most dominant lightweight fighter to ever compete for PRIDE Fighting Championship, is not even good enough to be rankedĀ among today's top 15 in Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Mixed martial arts (MMA) ... she is a cruel mistress. Gomi (35-10, 1 NC) is now 4-5 inside the Octagon, following a technical knockout loss to undefeated division standout Myles Jury at the UFC Fight Night 52 event on Fight Pass (results), which too read news >>

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By crushing Japanese veteran Takanori Gomi at UFC Fight Night 52, Myles Jury advanced to 6-0 in the UFC and 15-0 overall. Jury is one of the hottest names to come off of The Ultimate Fighter in recent years, and he has looked utterly dominant of late. However, in spite of his success, Jury finds himself on the outside looking in when it comes to the lightweight title picture, courtesy of an overabundance of potential contenders. Because of that, the next fight for Jury is critical in terms of ad read news >>

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Mark Hunt returned to his adopted home of Japan after a nine-month hiatus from MMA, and picked up where he left off in terms of knocking people senseless. "Super Samoan" put away Roy Nelson in the second round of their main event at UFC Fight Night 52. With another walk-off knockout added to his record, MMAmania.com ponders what could be next for the former kickboxer. At this point in Mark Hunt's career, it truly does not matter who he fights, as legions of fans will come in droves to watch the read news >>

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