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It's strange to think that 11 fights and nearly four years into her amazing MMA career, we still have no idea how to talk about Ronda Rousey. Through five appearances in the Octagon—capped by Saturday’s 14-second destruction of Cat Zingano at UFC 184—the women’s bantamweight champion has been so dominant that all our normal buzzwords fall pathetically short. The lasting impression is that Rousey is so far ahead of her time—not to mention her best competition—that her own peers and her own employ read news >>

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LOS ANGELES -- UFC women's bantamweight Sarah Kaufman was in attendance at UFC 184 where she spoke to the media about her upcoming fight with Alexis Davis, why she's begun to be more vocal about who she wants to fight, the difference between Rory MacDonald and Conor McGregor, plus much more. read news >>

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As you may have read, UFC commentator Joe Rogan recently had some very lofty praise for women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. Prior to her Feb. 28 title defense to Cat Zingano at UFC 184, Rogan said he believed Rousey 'might beat 50 percent' of the men that make up the UFC's male bantamweight division. Well, as you might imagine, not everyone was thrilled with that take. Count UFC flyweight contender Ian McCall among them. Speaking with Rick Lee on Monday, McCall says he needs to have a ch read news >>

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Holly Holm wasn't even a UFC fighter when her name first started being thrown into discussions of potential challengers to Ronda Rousey's bantamweight throne. Holm at least fixed that first part on Saturday, earning a hard-fought decision win over Raquel Pennington in UFC 184's co-main event. Her performance in her long-awaited Octagon debut, however, was less than spectacular, and after watching Rousey's 14-second masterpiece over Cat Zingano, the former world champion boxer acknowledged that a read news >>

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There's been a lot of talk this week about what the male analogue is Rousey vs. Zingano. I'm not entirely sure what the right answer would be, but we can easily eliminate any major heavyweight boxing title fight from the 20th century as an option. In fact, not enough has happened yet to call this an all-time classic even in women's MMA. This could end up being a bit of a dud. These competitors need to establish something between themselves for this to break new ground. There has to be a meaningf read news >>

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This is episode 127 of the Promotional Malpractice Live Chat. 2015 continues to be the year of crazy, for better and for worse. UFC veteran and current Bellator fighter Josh Neer released a video of him savagely beating a personal heckler, which prompted a split reaction from the MMA community. Some were horrified at the brazen violence. Others thought an idiot who essentially requested a beating got exactly what he was requesting. There's another layer to the discussion that hasn't been had yet read news >>

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Jessica Andrade won’t try to talk her all way up to the top. Riding a three-fight winning streak inside the Octagon, and ranked among the best bantamweights in the world, Andrade won’t take a few pages of fellow Brazilian 135-pounder Beth Correia’s book and call out UFC champion Ronda Rousey yet. "I don’t like to talk trash," Andrade told MMAFighting.com. "I’m a cool girl. I can wait for my time. "I don’t like to talk too much. I think we have to get through every step to get there," she continu read news >>

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Are you tired of all that talk about PEDs and drug testing? Well, then the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation can give you a real treat; they don't intend to run out-of-competition drug tests on any fighter from the UFC 185 card. The recent slew of UFC fighters caught in random, out-of-competition drug tests will likely come to an end at UFC 185 in March. The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, the regulatory body responsible for sanctioning the event, doesn't have any policy read news >>

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You know the interview is off to a bad start when host Tamara Holder introduces Chuck Liddell as a "former" UFC Hall of Famer, which suggests he was stripped of the honor. Anyway, the former UFC light heavyweight champion was featured on "Sports Court" -- and thoroughly cross examined -- on all the recent steroid scandals, particularly the one that felled Anderson "The Spider" Silva (more on that here). "The Iceman" doesn't seem prepared for the discussion or just has a hard time explaining that read news >>

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Nutritionist and trainer George Lockhart will talk about working with Cris "Cyborg" Justino before her Invicta return on Feb. 27, as well as his other big-name clients. read news >>

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Patricio Freire thought his fourth-round victory over top contender Daniel Straus would be praised as a stern test of his will. Instead, he says he’s heard criticism of the foul-marred contest and now “Pitbull” is learning to ignore the haters.Filed under: (...) read news >>

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While the UFC will in May visit the Philippines for the first time, ONE FC has been hosting events in the region since 2012, drawing between 12,000 and nearly 18,000 fans for each of four shows.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Watch Ben Henderson talk about moving up to welterweight, and what differences it would make for him. Ben Henderson is moving up to welterweight on short notice as he takes on Brandon Thatch next weekend. According to the former UFC lightweight champion, he believes he will be able to perform better after not having to cut much weight, but is also quick to say that the move will not be permanent. Here's what he said during an appearance at AXS TV: "At 170, I'm definitely losing a lot of strength read news >>

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With all the talk of Wanderlei Silva and World Wrestling Entertainment, there has been talk in recent days that Silva may debut as a pro wrestler shortly, but in Japan.Silva, 38, who was probably Japan's second most popular foreign fighter of the Pride era, behind only Mirko Cro Cop, has been linked to a match with Phil Baroni on a Feb. 20 card with the Inoki Genome Federation. Baroni, also 38, is a long-time pro wrestling fan who had been interested in doing it himself for years. Of late, he ha read news >>

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