Results for: Tournament in news

  • a day ago
  • 16 views
  • News

Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #4 Carlos Condit vs. #5 Gegard Mousasi. Vote now! In the battle of crazy reach vs. crazy power, it was the long arm of the champ that took the day. #3 seed Jon Jones defeated #6 seed and kickboxing veteran Melvin Manhoef. Sorry Melvin - but we still love you. And fear you. That too. Today, it's #4 vs. #5 in what could be a fascinating, close match up. #4 seed Carlos Condit steps i read news >>

  • 2 days ago
  • 0 views
  • News

21 November 2014 - Beijing, China: Asia's largest mixed martial arts organization with a 90% market share, ONE Fighting Championshi (ONE FC), has announced that ONE FC: DYNASTY OF CHAMPIONS is set to take place at the The Gymnasium of National Olympic Sports Centre in Beijing on 19 December. Top Chinese bantamweights will collide as former pan pacific champion Ji Xian faces the undefeated Song Ya Dong. Top lightweight contenders Vincent Latoel and Adrian Pang will clash in the co-main event. Als read news >>

  • 2 days ago
  • 2 views
  • News

A four-man, one-night featherweight tournament highlights ONE FC: Dynasty of Champions on Dec. 19 in Beijing, China. read news >>

  • 4 days ago
  • 0 views
  • News

One Fighting Championship continues to bolster its Dec. 19 “Dynasty of Champions” card with the addition of Xian Ji facing the undefeated Yadong Song, Vincent Latoel taking on Adrian Pang, and a four-man, one-night featherweight tournament. read news >>

  • 4 days ago
  • 0 views
  • News

One Fighting Championship continues to bolster its Dec. 19 “Dynasty of Champions” card with the addition of Xian Ji facing the undefeated Yadong Song, Vincent Latoel taking on Adrian Pang, and a four-man, one-night featherweight tournament. read news >>

  • 4 days ago
  • 0 views
  • News

Next month’s “ONE FC 24: Dynasty of Champions” event will crown a new featherweight champion in a four-man, one-night tournament. Filed under: MMA Rumors, News read news >>

  • 4 days ago
  • 18 views
  • News

Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #3 Jon Jones vs. #6 Melvin Manhoef. Vote now! He may not be wearing UFC gold, but he is a winner here. #1 seed Mark Hunt has advanced to the second round of the BE's Baddest tournament, defeating #8 Frankie Edgar. Hunt took the win 71-41 - not exactly a close fight, but a far smaller margin than you expect from a 1 vs 8 match. Next up for the Super Samoan will be either Georges St read news >>

  • 8 days ago
  • 1 views
  • News

Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #1 Mark Hunt vs. #8 Frankie Edgar. Vote now! You'll be shocked to hear this, I know, but #1 seed Anderson Silva has advanced to the second round. He defeated fellow Brazilian and MMA striking pioneer Pedro Rizzo by a score of 68-3. Realistically, that probably should have been a shut-out. But come on, this is Pedro Rizzo, one of the best leg kick artists to ever set foot in MMA. I read news >>

  • 12 days ago
  • 0 views
  • News

Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #1 Anderson Silva vs. #8 Pedro Rizzo. Vote now! Revenge is sweet, even in virtual form. In our third fight, Ruthless Robbie Lawler accomplished what he could not do in the real world - defeat Nick Diaz. It was a decent battle, but in the end, the heavy punches of Lawler carried him to victory over the 209. He now faces the winner of Anthony Pettis vs. Igor Vovchanchyn. Today, it's read news >>

  • 14 days ago
  • 5 views
  • News

Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #3 Robbie Lawler vs. #6 Nick Diaz. Vote now! Brazil: 2. Rest of the world: 0. Former UFC Heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos has made his way to the next round, taking out the much beloved B.J. Penn. I won't lie - I'm a bit surprised to see Penn make such a swift exit from the tournament. Next up for dos Santos will be the winner of arguably the opening round's most exciting ma read news >>

  • 17 days ago
  • 11 views
  • News

Saulo Cavalari knocked out Zack Mwekassa in the finals and won a unanimous decision over Danyo Ilunga to win the GLORY 18 light heavyweight contender tournament and Ramon Dekkers memorial trophy. The Brazilian is now next in line to face Gokhan Saki for the GLORY light heavyweight title. Everything was pointing toward Zack Mwekassa winning the GLORY 18 light heavyweight contender tournament. He won his first fight by knockout, while the opposing bracket went the distance. That seemed to be the c read news >>

<< Previous PageNext Page >>

Show results for:

Jump to:

<< Previous PageNext Page >>