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Bethe Correia’s brilliant decision to target the Four Horsewomen after beating Jessamyn Duke earlier this year got her a fight with another Ronda Rousey’s teammate Shayna Baszler, and a second-round TKO victory made the UFC bantamweight champion ask to fight her. "I’m really happy with my win and my performance. I pleased the crowd, and that’s what matters to me," Correia told MMAFighting.com after her win over Baszler at UFC 177 in Sacramento. "It was an exciting fight. I also pleased Dana Whit read news >>

  • 2 days ago
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Bethe Correia wants the fight. Ronda Rousey wants the fight. Not so fast, says UFC President Dana White. read news >>

  • 5 days ago
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So much for those unemployment rumors. Mark Hunt recently sent fight fans into a bit of a frenzy after he published a cryptic tweet implying that he was no longer employed by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). After Dana White put an end to the panic by confirming that "Super Samoan" had not been cut, Hunt went on to blame a lack of carbs for his sporadic tweet. Now, fans can rejoice as they can look forward to seeing the heavy-handed heavyweight inside the Octagon for a few more fights, as h read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira’s mixed martial arts career is coming to an end. The former PRIDE and UFC heavyweight champion, who built a 34-9-1 (1 no-contest) record since his MMA debut in 1999, announced his plans to retire from the sport by the end of 2015. Coming off back-to-back losses for the first time in his 46-fight career, "Minotauro" plans to fulfill his UFC contract and move on. "I know I won’t fight forever," Nogueira told Ag. Fight. "I’m focused on my gym’s business now. It’s a beautifu read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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Krzysztof Soszynski retired: The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight calls it quits after 38 professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fights, citing memory loss after a brutal knockout at UFC 140 in late 2011. read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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On Monday, Mark Bocek appeared on The MMA Hour and detailed the primary reasons that he decided to step away from fighting after a successful fighting career at 32 years old. The Canadian’s timing was peculiar in that he was coming off a victory against Mike De La Torre at the TUF Nations finale in Quebec City this past April.It turns out there were many reasons -- beginning with the "rampant" problem MMA has with performance enhancing drugs -- that went into Bocek’s decision to retire. And on M read news >>

  • a month ago
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Tito Ortiz has harsh words for anyone that uses TRT or PED's in MMA, plus Tito talks about TNA wrestling and tells us a story about "Tank" Abbott. read news >>

  • a month ago
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How good was Wednesday’s UFC Fight Night 45 event? Good enough that UFC matchmaker Joe Silva was tempted to retire.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

  • a month ago
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BJ Penn retired from mixed martial arts (MMA) last Sunday, AND YOU WON'T BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENED NEXT! "BJ should continue to fight at 145. That crazy strategy should retire, not BJ. Kill the tip toe boxing stance. Kill the feet on hips guard. Kill the flat on the back defensive butterfly guard. 35 is not old. He's in amazing shape. He didn't lose because his body is breaking down. He lost the way he did because of that strange strategy. The whole world was confused. He should stay at 145, and fig read news >>

  • a month ago
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A few months ago, Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino vowed to retire Ronda Rousey the same way she did Gina Carano, and she isn’t backing down from that promise. Rousey, who knocked out Alexis Davis in 16 seconds at UFC 175 on Saturday night, is bathing in the spotlight as a UFC champion and the current face of women’s MMA. As UFC President Dana White once put it in an interview with Ariel Helwani of MMAFighting.com, the women’s bantamweight division is the “Ronda Rousey show.” But it wasn’t always that read news >>

  • a month ago
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Matt Hughes, who now works as a VP of Athlete Development for the UFC, thinks Georges St-Pierre should just hang up the gloves for good. Georges St-Pierre is still undecided whether he would eventually come back from his extended layoff or not, but a fellow long time UFC welterweight champion had some friendly advice for him. Matt Hughes spoke about St-Pierre, and despite now holding a VP job with the UFC, he thinks one of the promotion's biggest stars should just 'get out' and hang it up for go read news >>

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