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The good news is, they're free. If you happen to be in "Beantown" this weekend (Sun., Jan. 18, 2015) to catch UFC Fight Night 59 (fight card here), which goes down from the TD Garden in Boston, Mass., there are plenty of pre-fight festivities to partake prior to the event. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will hold its customary weigh ins this Sat. (Jan. 17) right down the street at the Orpheum Theater, which will also include a Q & A with featherweight champion Jose Aldo, prior to the fight read news >>

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2014 served as an unpredictable epoch for mixed martial arts. From untimely injuries to championship upsets, Murphy's law seemed to engulf the cage at every turn. But through the fiery turmoil stood countless fighters who were willing to exceed expectations in order to climb their respective divisional ladder. Some performances were more riveting than others, but for the most part the best fighters over the past 12 months blazed common paths of destruction. Based on win totals, finish rates, str read news >>

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For many fighters, 2014 served as their platform for success. Those who achieved greatness during the year did so by becoming UFC champions, positioning themselves as title contenders or remaining undefeated while filming a couple of major motion pictures. For others, 2014 gave way to their downfall and signified their demise. Some were trashed in the media by UFC President Dana White, and others were felled by performance enhancers and random drug tests. All in all, sensational headlines were d read news >>

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UFC 182 served as the exclamation point to one of the promotion’s greatest rivalries ever, with Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier meeting in the main event on Saturday night in Las Vegas. After months of banter and hostility, Jones got the nod over Cormier in a gritty affair that ended in a unanimous decision in the champion's favor. It was a great start to 2015—one that included wins by Hector Lombard and Donald Cerrone, among others. Here are the grades for those who appeared on the main card.Begin read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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UFC 179 may have served as the fulcrum for one of the brightest careers in MMA history. Jose Aldo is probably the best featherweight ever. He's the division's reigning, first and only champion on the biggest stage. That would be the UFC, as you know. But despite a winning streak that dates back to the time when Australia broke away from Pangea and the unassailable skill set that he carries into each contest, Aldo has faced questions. Why isn't he a bigger star? Has he grown conservative of late, read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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UFC welterweight champion Johny Hendricks is one step ahead of the game. After dropping a controversial decision to then champion Georges St-Pierre at UFC 167 in November, Hendricks scored a five-round decision victory over Robbie Lawler to take St-Pierre's forfeited title at UFC 171 March. Yet to make his first defense as champion, Hendricks believes he's already taken care of that. "There's a sense of me that I sort of felt like Robbie Lawler was my title defense because of the Georges St-Pier read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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Revenge might be a dish best served cold, but in the world of MMA, it also helps to possess a thunderous right cross. And that's what happened when CFFC champ Azunna Anyanwu unleased Zu 2.0. read news >>

  • 9 months ago
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UFC Fight Night 41 served as Part 1 of a two-event day for the UFC. After a slew of dominating performances from some rising contenders, it's going to be tough for the main course to outdo the appetizer. Gegard Mousasi capped the card in Berlin, Germany with a stunning first-round submission victory over fellow middleweight Mark Munoz. Although the card was a matinee affair for American fans, there was no mistaking a main event feel for the 185-pound showdown. Mousasi—sitting just outside the To read news >>

  • 9 months ago
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As of September 7, it will have been nine months since Antonio Silva and Mark Hunt put on one of the most memorable heavyweight fights in UFC history. That December 7 clash -- which fittingly ended in a majority draw, and ended up near the top of many people's Fight of the Year lists -- was commemorated a week later by Dana White, who wore a t-shirt at the UFC on FOX weigh-ins already boasting of Silva-Hunt II. And that date will also mark the end of the nine-month suspension "Bigfoot" received read news >>

  • 9 months ago
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From Yahoo Sports: Cormier's slam and demolition of Henderson served notice to champ Jon Jones: Cormier is gunning for the title. read news >>

  • 9 months ago
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The man who famously served as a late replacement is now in need of someone to step in against him.Filed under: News, Only on Junkie, UFC read news >>

  • 10 months ago
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Justice, served ... finally. It was rough in the early going, but Manny Pacquiao righted one of the more egregious wrongs in recent boxing memories, defeating Timothy Bradley tonight (Sat., April 12, 2014) on scores of 118-110 and two 116-112's. For what it's worth, MMAmania.com scored the bout 117-111 for Pac-Man. Bradley looked excellent in the early going, using aggression and heavy body shots to force Manny to retreat. Showing shades of the Provodnikov fight, Bradley fought fearlessly, stifl read news >>

  • 11 months ago
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The continuing hard life lessons served up by fight picking. Wowy wow wow! Wow. UFC 171 was one of those cards where the idea of picking winners or losers sort of goes out the window. There are few better things than a night of fights that leaves you a bit shocked and jittery, that takes you away from whatever else might be going on in your life. As a sports fan, these are the moments we watch for. This is why you sit through countless hours of grinding, methodical, actionless competition. Becau read news >>

  • a year ago
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Edwards' always-game attitude has served him well in his MMA career, and landed him a friendship with his idol. read news >>

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