Onetime UFC heavyweight prospect Todd Duffee will return to the Octagon at UFC 155, stepping in for Matt Mitrione to face British grappler Philip De Fries. read news >>
Two years after he left, Todd Duffee is returning to the octagon.
The 26-year-old heavyweight is set to fight Phil de Fries at UFC 155, according to a recent report by Las Vegas Sun that was
also confirmed by UFC officials.
UFC 155 takes place Dec. 29 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and airs live on pay-per-view and FX.
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Philip De Fries is 2-2 in the octagon and could suffer a second consecutive loss if things don't go his way against Matt Mitrione at UFC on FUEL TV 9. De Fries, though, is none too worried about the future. read news >>
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An expected UFC on FX 5 booking between Matt Mitrione and Rob Broughton has been scrapped in favor of a UFC 155 showdown between Mitrione and Philip De Fries. read news >>
The long-awaited return of Todd Duffee highlighted a flurry of activity that resulted in several new fight bookings, UFC officials announced on Thursday. Duffee (8-2), a puzzling but promising heavyweight whose MMA career has been hindered by long droughts of inactivity, now returns from a two-year absence to take on Anthony Hamilton (13-3) on December 6 at UFC 181. ESPN first reported the bout, which is set to take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV. Duffee, 28, earned 'Knocko read news >>
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After being forced away from mixed martial arts since 2012 due to a Parsonage-Turner syndrome diagnosis, Todd Duffee will return to the Octagon against Anthony Hamilton at UFC 181 on Dec. 6. read news >>
Todd Duffee will return from a two-year layoff to fight fellow heavyweight Anthony Hamilton at UFC 181.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>
Looks like the UFC's 265-pound division could be getting one of its heaviest of hitters back fairly soon. The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight division could be getting another heavy hitter back, as Todd Duffee is aiming to make his return to the Octagon very soon. Posting on The Underground (via Bloody Elbow), Duffee delivered a simple message indicating that he is ready to go and asked fans who'd they like to see him take on for his return. Check it out: I am ready to GO! Any s read news >>
It's been nearly two years since Todd Duffee set foot in the UFC octagon, but it sounds like he's coming back. Heavyweight MMA will always need new blood. Always. It's a division built around a few oldguard powerhouses who always seem to be slowly fading away, while talent springs up around them, out of nowhere, only to get stamped right back down, or almost immediately become the next old guard powerhouse. I mean, Fabricio Werdum was five years into his career when he fought Antonio Rodrigo Nog read news >>
Matt Wiman will return to the cage for the first time since January 2013 when he squares off with Isaac Vallie-Flagg at UFC Fight Night in Austin. read news >>