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  • 18 hours ago
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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #2 Mirko Cro Cop vs. #7 Edson Barboza. Vote now! Well that was not the close battle I expected. In a battle of 4 vs 5 seeds, #4 Carlos Condit easily ran away with things, dominating Gegard Mousasi. A special kudos to the many great comments from this discussion. As one commentator said, this ended up being one of those 30-27, 30-27, 30-27 fights that was still a close, back and fo read news >>

  • 2 days ago
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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #4 Carlos Condit vs. #5 Gegard Mousasi. Vote now! In the battle of crazy reach vs. crazy power, it was the long arm of the champ that took the day. #3 seed Jon Jones defeated #6 seed and kickboxing veteran Melvin Manhoef. Sorry Melvin - but we still love you. And fear you. That too. Today, it's #4 vs. #5 in what could be a fascinating, close match up. #4 seed Carlos Condit steps i read news >>

  • 5 days ago
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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #3 Jon Jones vs. #6 Melvin Manhoef. Vote now! He may not be wearing UFC gold, but he is a winner here. #1 seed Mark Hunt has advanced to the second round of the BE's Baddest tournament, defeating #8 Frankie Edgar. Hunt took the win 71-41 - not exactly a close fight, but a far smaller margin than you expect from a 1 vs 8 match. Next up for the Super Samoan will be either Georges St read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #1 Mark Hunt vs. #8 Frankie Edgar. Vote now! You'll be shocked to hear this, I know, but #1 seed Anderson Silva has advanced to the second round. He defeated fellow Brazilian and MMA striking pioneer Pedro Rizzo by a score of 68-3. Realistically, that probably should have been a shut-out. But come on, this is Pedro Rizzo, one of the best leg kick artists to ever set foot in MMA. I read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #1 Anderson Silva vs. #8 Pedro Rizzo. Vote now! Revenge is sweet, even in virtual form. In our third fight, Ruthless Robbie Lawler accomplished what he could not do in the real world - defeat Nick Diaz. It was a decent battle, but in the end, the heavy punches of Lawler carried him to victory over the 209. He now faces the winner of Anthony Pettis vs. Igor Vovchanchyn. Today, it's read news >>

  • 15 days ago
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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #3 Robbie Lawler vs. #6 Nick Diaz. Vote now! Brazil: 2. Rest of the world: 0. Former UFC Heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos has made his way to the next round, taking out the much beloved B.J. Penn. I won't lie - I'm a bit surprised to see Penn make such a swift exit from the tournament. Next up for dos Santos will be the winner of arguably the opening round's most exciting ma read news >>

  • 20 days ago
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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #2 Junior dos Santos vs. #7 B.J. Penn. Vote now! The Brazilian run through the tournament has begun. #4 Vitor Belfort dispatched of #5 Donald Cerrone to claim his spot as the first man in the field of 16. There was plenty of TRT discussion, as expected, but in the end, it was Cerrone's ability to get outstruck by a lot (like, a LOT) of fighters that seemed to turn the tide for the read news >>

  • 22 days ago
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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #4 Vitor Belfort vs. #5 Donald Cerrone. Vote now! The nominees are in. The seeding is done. Ladies and gentlemen, it's time to get going with the latest edition of the BE's Baddest Tournament. Our journey towards naming the greatest MMA striker of all time has begun. Today, we dive right in with a tough vote. On one side of the cage, you have the former UFC Light Heavyweight champ read news >>

  • 30 days ago
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It's time for third installment of the BE's Baddest tournament. This time, we crown MMA's Greatest Striker of All Time. Get your nominations in now! Folks, it's been too long. Too long with no BE's Baddest. And so today is time for our third BE's Baddest tournament series. We have already crowned Fedor Emelianenko as the BE Baddest Greatest of All Time and Kazushi Sakuraba as the Greatest Submission Fighter of All Time. Now, a third fighter will claim the crown. This new tournament focuses on a read news >>

  • a month ago
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"Junior" is not impressed with "Money's" improved striking skills. Since losing to Jose Aldo at UFC 142 over two years ago, Chad Mendes has dramatically improved his mixed martial arts (MMA) game. The striking department, however, seems to be the area that has received the most attention in the training room, as Mendes -- with the help of Duane Ludwig -- has evolved into dangerous stand-up fighter, shedding the "pure wrestler" label. Of his five straight victories since UFC 142, Mendes has been read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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"Rumble" vs."Reem" could be a striker's delight, if it ever sees the light of day. When Alistair Overeem split from the Blackzilians mixed martial arts (MMA) camp last year, his former teammates started voicing their displeasure at the bad habits he displayed during his time at the Florida-based camp. From deliberately hurting sparring partners, to refusing to train with the actual team, Overeem wasn't exactly described as the ideal teammate by some of his past training partners. Alistair, howev read news >>

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