Next month’s Bellator 125 headliner will have no shortage of firepower.Filed under: Bellator, MMA Rumors, News read news >>
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There is no shortage of confidence pulsing through Conor McGregor.
Since the fast-talking Irishman burst onto the UFC scene last year, he's captivated MMA media headlines and grabbed the amount of spotlight typically reserved for an established superstar. From the full "black out" entrance he received in his promotional debut on the preliminary portion of Fight Night 26, to the social media war he ignited with the current upper tier of the featherweight division, every move McGregor has made has read news >>
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Conor McGregor’s Twitter account provides no shortage of entertainment, but the UFC featherweight’s latest offering could be one of his best yet.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
- 4 months ago
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A rite of passage for any fighter entering the UFC after an illustrious career outside the Octagon is finding out that to casual fans, there is the UFC and nothing else. read news >>
- 9 months ago
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NASHVILLE – Tim Kennedy, Liz Carmouche and Colton Smith are among the top-billed fighters at "UFC Fight for the Troops 3." Not long ago they could have been among the 4,000 military personnel who will be admitted free to the event instead of being the entertainment at the one-of-a-kind show. read news >>
Mauro Ranallo has no shortage of fans. But he's always been quick to admit he has his fair share of critics. Now he's applying that criticism to his work as he transitions from primarily MMA broadcasting to boxing. read news >>
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As expected this week's Twitter Mailbag saw no shortage of questions about Matt Mitrione's ill-advised rant and the UFC's swift response. MMAjunkie.com's Ben Fowlkes also answers questions about Uriah Hall's future, Fedor Emelianenko's manager, Ronda Rousey's next opponent and more. read news >>
There will be no shortage of buildup for Georges St-Pierre's return to the octagon.
St-Pierre, the UFC's welterweight champion, returns next month in a title unification fight against interim champ Carlos Condit at UFC 154. Ahead of the fight, FUEL TV will air a live special showing St-Pierre's training from his home gym in Montreal.
"Training Day: Inside Tristar Gym Live" will air Nov. 5 at 12:30 p.m. ET in a one-hour live broadcast, FUEL officials confirmed to MMAjunkie.com.
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This weekend saw no shortage of action following UFC on FX 5, Bellator 75, Invicta FC 3, former WWE star Dave Bautista's MMA debut, and the return of "The Ultimate Fighter 16."
In The Sunday Junkie, our weekly reader-feedback feature, fans discuss all aspects of the MMA-stuffed weekend.
But this week's winner, New York's William Tracz, focused on UFC fighter Jeremy Stephens' arrest and the bizarre turns of events that followed.
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Say what you will, but there's seldom a shortage of buzz-worthy news happening around the UFC.
The Sunday Junkie got plenty of submissions about the new main event of UFC 153 between Anderson Silva and Stephan Bonnar.
But this week's winner, Tobias Curl, of Vallejo, Calif., believes there is a wide range of talent outside the names atop the pound-for-pound best list - and that the UFC needs to start marketing those fighters to the mainstream.
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There has been no shortage of MMA feuds, rivalries and wars of words involving Dana White through the years.
Some of the squabbles the UFC president has found himself embroiled in have involved rival promotions. Some have involved referees. And some have involved his own fighters.
Most are much ado about very little in life's grand scheme, but they seldom fail to keep things interesting. Such is the case with White and heavyweight Roy Nelson.
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