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K.J. Noons def. Sam Stout, knockout (Round 1, 0:30) Billed as a match between two of the lightweight (though they fought at welterweight) division's most technical strikers, it turned out to be power that decided this one. Namely, it was K.J. Noons' power that decided the day, his crushing overhand right dooming Sam Stout in just 30 seconds. Stout has now rotated wins and losses over his past eight bouts, failing to find consistency, but the nature of this defeat comes as quite a surprise. Of al read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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QUEBEC CITY – Fighting at 170 pounds clearly suits K.J. Noons. The former Strikeforce title challenger made short work of Sam Stout with a vicious first-round knockout.Filed under: News, UFC Tagged: K.J. Noons, Sam Stout, TUF Nations Finale read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Who is back? KJ Noons, that's who! Noons blasted Sam Stout with an overhand right that put the Canadian on his backside at Wednesday's TUF Nations Finale in Quebec City, Quebec. read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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K.J. Noons comes from a boxing background. In case you forgot that, he reminded everyone on Wednesday night. Noons used a vicious right hand to drop Sam Stout at the TUF Nations Finale, then finished the fight with a big left hand to the downed fighter. The bout in Quebec City was waved of in just 30 seconds. "You know, Sam's a tough guy, this was the toughest camp I've ever done," said Noons (13-7). "He's never been stopped and this is by far one of my best wins. He's a tough guy. The victory w read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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This is the TUF Nations Finale undercard live blog for the TUF Nations Finale event at the Colisee Pepsi at Quebec City, Quebec.There will be eight fights on the TUF Nations Finale undercard. Sam Stout vs. KJ Noons, Sarah Kaufman vs. Leslie Smith, Ryan Jimmo vs. Sean O'Connell, George Roop vs. Dustin Kimura, Mark Bocek vs. Mike de la Torre, Nordine Taleb vs. Vik Grujic, Richard Walsh vs. Chris Indich, and Mitch Gagnon vs. Tim Gorman will be featured on the prelims.Check out the TUF Nations Final read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Less than 24 hours to go before The Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale weigh-ins and the formerly lightweight bout between Sam Stout and KJ Noons has been changed to a welterweight contest. read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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A scheduled lightweight pairing between Sam Stout and K.J. Noons will now take place at welterweight when the UFC debuts in Quebec City tomorrow. read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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The UFC revealed on Monday evening that the lightweight bout originally scheduled between Sam Stout and KJ Noons had been changed to a welterweight contest. In an interesting turn of events, lightweights KJ Noons and Sam Stout will now be contesting their scheduled TUF Nations Finale match-up at 170lb. According to a UFC press release, both competitors approached the UFC to request the change in weight class, which was later approved by the Quebec athletic commission, the Régie des alcools, des read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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What's 15 pounds between trained, cooperative mixed martial arts (MMA) professionals? Not much, apparently. With less than 24 hours unti K.J. Noons and Sam Stout are set to tip the scales for their Lightweight match at The Ultimate Fighter (TUF): "Nations" Finale at Colisee Pepsi in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, the pair agreed to instead compete at Welterweight. FOXSports.com first reported the behind-the-scenes 15-pound decision, which Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and Quebec's athletic read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Wednesday’s K.J. Noons vs. Sam Stout contest will no longer be contested at lightweight but rather at 170 pounds.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC Tagged: TUF Nations Finale read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Following a unanimous decision loss to Sam Stout at UFC on Fox 9, Cody McKenize has been released from the UFC Cody McKenzie, whatever his faults has to be considered one of the oddest fighters to grace the UFC Octagon in recent history. As a fellow Alaskan, I can say with a fair amount of nostalgia that he embodies the crazy, risk taking, unpolished personality that often builds in the kind of isolation that being 1000 miles from the rest of the world provides. His UFC fights were often awkward read news >>

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