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The instructor of the martial arts school where Josh Neer was caught on video elbowing and then kicking the face of another man said the incident is being blown out of proportion. Filed under: Featured, News, Videos read news >>

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And he accepts "El Nino's" challenge to a fight, though he'd like to get it on as soon as possible. Gilbert Melendez recently took it upon himself to call out former Bellator MMA lightweight champion, Eddie Alvarez, to a bout inside the Octagon now that both men are signed with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). For "El Nino," getting the chance to finally settle their differences inside the eight-walled cage in Mexico City this June would be ideal. Alvarez, though, says he doesn't want to wa read news >>

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The MMA legend thinks CM Punk had better be ready for the octagon and that "Rampage" should finish with Bellator read news >>

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Who was the best of the best (and best of the worst) in Old School MMA history? Watch the video and see who the fans decided were worthy to win a Golden Andy Anderson! read news >>

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BE's striking specialist Connor Ruebusch analyzes the in-fighting method of Jon Jones--which bears an uncanny resemblance to those used by professional boxers a century ago. The tattoo on Jon Jones' chest reads, Phillippians 4:13: "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Speaking frankly, I'm more inclined to believe that Jones himself--and all the drive, pride, and even cruelty that make him who he is--is the biggest reason for his success, but the first part of the verse seems read news >>

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BE's striking specialist Connor Ruebusch analyzes the in-fighting method of Jon Jones--which bears an uncanny resemblance to those used by professional boxers a century ago. This is part one of a two-part article. The second installment will be released tomorrow, January 7th. Nothing sets Jon Jones apart from his peers so much as his willingness to try new and unfamiliar techniques. Lead leg side kicks, step-in elbows, and lately the classic Hollywood shoulder crank--hardly a year goes by that J read news >>

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Once again, Donald Cerrone demonstrates that he does fight week his way. Fresh off his stomach-churning airplane ride in episode two (watch it here), the adrenaline junkie suited up for a few high speed laps in a Ferrari race car in the latest iteration of UFC 182 "Embedded." Meanwhile, Jon Jones heads back to high school for some ninja-like wrestling with the boys from Bishop Gorman, while his opponent, Daniel Cormier, hones his striking with a coach who is three times shorter than "Bones." All read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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The Old School MMA review returns as we look beyond the UFC and watch the documentary that introduced many MMA fans to the legendary Rickson Gracie. read news >>

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Who had the best knockout from the old school UFC days? You can decide by voting in the OSMMA Review Awards Poll! The knockout is one of the more puzzling aspects of a fight. Some fighters can do it whenever they want, others when chance or luck gives them the opportunity, and some never have that joy. It can come from wearing down an opponent, or out of nowhere like a magic trick. No matter how it happens, we all love it and poop our pants when we see it happen. During our Old School MMA Review read news >>

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What was the best old school UFC event ever (from 1993-1996)? Vote in the OSMMA Review Awards and tell us what your favorite show was! During our first season of the Old School MMA Review, we made it through the first thirteen events of the SEG UFC era. We had some duds, and we had some great ones. Today, we honor those events that were not only watchable, but highly enjoyable and worth watching again and again. Here are the nominees for Best Event Ever: UFC 2 - The first and only sixteen man to read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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UFC 181 had plenty of storylines and an "old school" feel. A member of the old guard finally winning UFC gold, another uproar about judging in MMA, two bulldog chokes, an insane head-kick knockout and the signing of a former WWE superstar to UFC's roster. Let's take a look at some of the big moments and performances from an entertaining night of fights. Last Saturday night (Dec. 6, 2014) was a historic one at UFC 181, which was filled with so many big moments: a new welterweight champion with ro read news >>

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Which fight from the old school UFC was the best? Help us decide by voting in the OSMMA Review Awards! We have talked about a lot of stinky fights and lame finishes in our other polls. Now it is time to discuss the best of the best, and I do not mean that 1989 movie about the Tae Kwon Do fighters (although that is worth watching, too). This was a tough category to put together, since we had to determine criteria for what made it a "best fight". For us, it was having a back-and-forth contest that read news >>

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It's time to vote for the best of the best from the worst of the worst old school UFC fights! Not surprising to anyone, this is the biggest category in our entire award show. In my opinion, it also might be the toughest one to vote on. Think about it - you are voting on which fight is the best of the best out of the worst of the worst in an era where tapping out from just being on the ground was not uncommon. The fights we have selected are the ones that made you groan, made you fast-forward VHS read news >>

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Remember the fighters that almost became a big thing? We do, and you can vote on who is the best faded star from old school MMA history here! Competitors came and went in the early UFC, especially in the events that the OSMMA Review has covered so far. There were many repeat offenders who came back to fight again, and some of them even became legends in the sport and had great careers. Others disappeared completely, never returning to the cage again (often because they did not belong there in th read news >>

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