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Irshaad Sayed will be looking to take another step towards a fight with undefeated EFC bantamweight champion Demarte Pena when he faces Abdul Hassan next month. read news >>

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UFC Featherweight competitor Conor McGregor discusses his upcoming match-up against Dustin Poirier and why the UFC will be pressured to hand him a title shot following the event. Conor McGregor is quite certain that a win over Dustin Poirier is all he is going to need to convince the UFC to hand him a title shot - even if he considers Poirier nothing more than a "journeyman" in the sport. "He's a journeyman fighter, and that's what I see," McGregor said. "He doesn't impress me at all. I believe read news >>

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Chris Cariaso likes his chances going into Saturday’s UFC 178 main event against flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson, even if MMA oddsmakers feel differently.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Because fighting inside the Octagon is an entirely different level of competition when compared to fighting for the boys over at Viacom, according to "The Eagle." Khabib Nurmagomedov has made it very clear he feels he's the next contender to vie for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight title after Gilbert Melendez gets his crack at division kingpin, Anthony Pettis. One "El Nino" doesn't deserve, according to Khabib. Nurmagomedov, undefeated at 22-0, wants to let the rest of the d read news >>

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"I want to get that belt one day." But that's up to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), according to undefeated lightweight standout Myles Jury, who beat the stuffing out of Takenori Gomi at the UFC Fight Night 52 mixed martial arts (MMA) event on Sat. (Sept. 20, 2014) in Saitama, Japan (results here). Jury (14-0) is currently ranked No. 9. "I really don't pay attention to the rankings," Jury told reporters at the post-fight press conference (watch it here). "It's cool that apparently I'm rank read news >>

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Bellator's final stretch of weekly shows continues plugging on, this time with Bellator 125. The main event featured Doug Marshall and Melvin Manhoef in an intriguing middleweight tilt. Both fighters are renowned for their savage knockout skills and when the two came together, the fight ended as one would expect; shortly after it began and in devastating fashion. Manhoef stalked Marshall right from the get-go, peppering him with punches and landing his signature devastating leg kicks. A kick to read news >>

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Melvin Manhoef didn’t need long to announce his presence in the Bellator cage. read news >>

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Melvin Manhoef's been at this game nearly 20 years. Between an MMA career which dates back to 1995 and a decorated kickboxing career starting in 1996, the Surinamese Dutch resident has more than 90 documented fights on his resume. And the 38-year-old still has lightning in his fists. Manhoef knocked former WEC champion Doug Marshall cold Friday night in the main event of Bellator 125. A big right hook to the sweet spot behind the ear caused Marshall to go crashing face fist to to the mat at Fres read news >>

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And standing in his way is the equally heavy-handed Roy Nelson, who would love nothing more than to get closer to his own title shot with a win over "Super Samoan" in his old stomping grounds. Mark Hunt recently announced that once he fulfills his remaining fights on his new Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) contract, he would retire from the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA). And when he finally does call it a day, he has no plans on coming back... as in ever. That's why "Super Samoan" recen read news >>

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First things first. Johnny Case earned his shot to scrap inside the Octagon by having an eight-fight win streak, including six stoppages via strikes. read news >>

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Ronda Rousey took a shot at Cris Cyborg during her recent trip to Rio de Janeiro, and the Invicta FC featherweight champion has decided to fire back. Rousey criticized Cyborg’s "horrendous" technique, said the Brazilian takes steroids because she "lacks self-confidence." "And the way that she is on the ground, it’s absolute horrendous. And her distance is absolute horrendous," Rousey said. "The only thing that she has is pace and power, and I have pace, precision and power." Cyborg, who tested p read news >>

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