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  • 8 days ago
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BloodyElbow's Karim Zidan returns with the third installment of the “MMA Diaries.” This time, he travels to London, Ontario to visits Provincial Fighting Championship's charity event for kidney disease. All too often I find myself writing critical pieces on regional MMA. It is never my intention when I first put pen to paper - or digits to keyboard - but my documented experiences covering the regional MMA scene in Ontario has been less than inspiring. From lackluster matchmaking and insipid crow read news >>

  • a year ago
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LAS VEGAS – UFC heavyweight Matt Mitrione has thus far remained silent in regards to his recent suspension for breaching the UFC's code of conduct. But with the promotion's inquiry into the incident complete, Mitrione wants the world to know he's sorry for the remarks. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Only two top ten heavyweights have remained undefeated in the UFC over the last two years - one is champ Junior dos Santos and the other has quietly stayed unbeaten his entire career and he headlines UFC on FX 5 this weekend. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Call Cain Velasquez a man of few words. The former UFC heavyweight champion is a throwback to the days of the strong, silent type where he speaks softly and carries a big stick. Retweet this Share on Facebook &bull read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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His former home promotion having fallen silent, onetime Sengoku Raiden Championship blue-chipper Shigeki Osawa will step into the ring of Japan’s Zst organization on July 17. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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PITTSBURGH - Why Nate Marquardt was scratched from tonight's UFC on Versus 4 main event with Rick Story remains a mystery. A day after Marquardt failed to receive medical clearance - and subsequently was released from the organization - UFC officials, Marquardt's representatives and the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission still remain largely silent. That could change tonight, though details are expected to be sparse. read news >>