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Watch the full video from UFC 178's Countdown show. Zuffa has released the full video for Countdown to UFC 178, which despite losing the original main event, is still pretty stacked with a bunch of high quality bouts. The countdown show featured the top 3 bouts including the flyweight title fight between Demetrious Johnson and Filipino-American contender Chris Cariaso, Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier, and Eddie Alvarez vs. Donald Cerrone. Preview of the main event is above, along with the ones read news >>

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On The SnP Show special guest Maximum Fighting Championship President Mark Pavelich joined us to talk about the upcoming MFC 41 card that is going down October read news >>

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Rampage and Jon Fitch both show support to Wanderlei Silva following the PRIDE legend's recent retirement. After facing off three times during their careers, Quinton Jackson voiced his support for a former bitter rival in Wanderlei Silva. 'The Axe Murderer' recently released a retirement video where he also criticized the UFC for their business practices. Rampage took to twitter and gave props to his former opponent: Even tho we were enemies in the ring.. i was your fan 1st. I'm with u,and I'm g read news >>

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He claims to have moved on from the company that employed him for over 15 years, but Bellator MMA light heavyweight Tito Ortiz obviously still enjoys feuding with the UFC. Still in the midst of his never-ending war of words with unabashed UFC President Dana White, Ortiz took his latest stand against his former employers during an interview on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour (as transcribed by Dave Doyle of MMAFighting). Ortiz, who's scheduled to fight fellow UFC Hall of Famer Stephan Bonnar at read news >>

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The Snp Show on NBC Sports Radio 890 brings you the latest UFC news and MMA news each week along with special guests read news >>

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If it was up to Tito Ortiz, his Nov. 15 fight against Stephan Bonnar would be held in his Orange County backyard. But according to Ortiz, the fight will be held at San Diego's Valley View Casino Center instead of Anaheim's Honda Center, due to interference by his former company. Ortiz helped christen the building for MMA back in 2006, when the building was known as the Arrowhead Pond, as the native of nearby Huntington Beach won a split decision of Forrest Griffin at UFC 59, the first UFC event read news >>

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Read on for UFC Fight Night prelim results... read news >>

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In a world where the most mundane activities get trailers...the Nevada State Athletic Commission hearing with Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones on UFC Fight Pass is a natural read news >>

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Check out a recap of the UFC: Japan preliminary bouts. Former Sengoku champion Masanori Kanehara made his long overdue UFC debut as the 'headliner' of the preliminary card in Japan. He faced 'Bruce Leeroy' Alex Caceres, who has been looking much improved as of late despite a recent loss to top contender Urijah Faber. Four minutes into the first round, Kanehara managed to land some shots from the fence that wobbled and dropped Caceres. He managed to survive, but he spent most of the second round read news >>

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It looks like the final UFC on Fox show of the year will be heavily focused on the heavyweight division. Some more heavyweight action is slated for UFC on Fox 13 in Phoenix, Arizona. Fox Sports reports that Matt Mitrione (8-3) will look to cap off a solid 2014 as he takes on Gabriel Gonzaga on December 13th. It's a rare case of matching someone on a winning streak against an opponent coming off a loss, as Mitrione has won his last 2 while Gonzaga dropped his previous contest. The TUF 10 alum des read news >>

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The UFC holds its second Fight Pass show in as many weeks, this time returning to the land of the rising sun. The main event is headlined by a pair of heavy-hitting heavyweights, one of whom made his name in Japan more than a decade ago. The card also features a host of Japanese talent, from rising prospects to aging veterans. Will Roy Nelson be able to build off of the Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira win and move closer to a title shot or is Mark Hunt ready to get back into the win column? What: UFC F read news >>

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