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A problem UFC President Dana White has been working on "forever." "I didn't like the canvas, and there's sand on it. I found sand all over my body and I had a little bit of sand in my eye. I've fought on canvases like that before. ... I don't know about the other fighters, but I was really struggling because I use a lot of dynamic movement. I really push hard off my feet when I was standing and then I drive a lot off my toes. I think it got a little bit in my head that I slipped a couple times o read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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After a few fighters such as Sara McMann complained, Dana White says there might be changes to the UFC's canvas. Following Sara McMann's decision win this past weekend, she brought up other issues about the Octagon's canvas being a bit 'sandy'. She says it not only hampered her footwork, the grains also got to her eye which became a bit of a distraction during her UFC bout: "I didn’t like the canvas, and there’s sand on it. I found sand all over my body and I had a little bit of sand in my eye. read news >>

  • 4 days ago
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Sara McMann believes everyone in the women’s bantamweight division has place in line -- and that goes for potential UFC employees as well as current talent. read news >>

  • 4 days ago
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Sara McMann believes everyone in the women’s bantamweight division has place in line -- and that goes for potential UFC employees as well as current talent. read news >>

  • 4 days ago
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Lauren Murphy hit Sara McMann a whopping 193 times last night in Bangor, Maine, banging her about the head over and over again over the course of fifteen minutes. McMann, in return, scored less than one-third as many blows, a relatively paltry 64 punches landing cleanly on her opponent. On paper, with just those stats in hand, you'd expect an easy decision win. The blitzkrieg from Murphy was never-ending—in fact, she landed a strike every 4.66 seconds. But when the decision was read, McMann's na read news >>

  • 4 days ago
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Sara McMann believes everyone in the women’s bantamweight division has place in line – and that goes for potential UFC employees as well as current talent. read news >>

  • 5 days ago
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BANGOR, Maine – Sara McMann’s explosive takedowns and smothering wrestling got the job done against former Invicta FC bantamweight champ Lauren Murphy, even though one judge argued against her on the scorecards. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 5 days ago
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Things have been a little topsy-turvy in Sara McMann’s UFC run; in fact, the one-time Olympic wrestler’s trajectory seems slightly ridiculous even though the Zuffa portion of her career is just shy of three fights old. McMann destroyed the "Wanderlei Silva" of women’s MMA, the German fighter Sheila Gaff, in her debut on the UFC 157 prelims. It was a good start which generated the right amount of buzz. How much buzz? Ten long months later, after bout with Sarah Kaufman fell through, she leapfrogg read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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BANGOR – Sara McMann’s longtime will to win is her push for a rematch with UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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Sara McMann, No. 4-ranked bantamweight, will return to the cage for the first time since losing her title bid against Ronda Rousey. The former Olympian will need to look impressive if she hopes to rejoin the title race, but she has no easy task this Saturday. The former title contender told Fox Sports' Marc Raimondi that she wants a rematch with Rousey. She needs to remain focused on the task at hand against her next opponent. McMann's opponent will be Lauren Murphy. Murphy is making her UFC deb read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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Better late than never. Sara McMann opened up about Ronda Rousey, saying the knee was more of a 'fluke', and that she wants a rematch regardless if Ronda has the belt or not. She also says Carano and Holm won't have much of a chance against top grapplers like Rousey or her. Sara McMann hardly spoke to the media about her tough loss to Ronda Rousey, but apparently it's always been on the back of her mind. So much so that she says she wants a rematch even if Rousey doesn't have the belt anymore. F read news >>

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