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  • a year ago
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Some of Colorado’s top fighters such as Cat Zingano, Brandon Thatch, and Nate Marquardt recently joined with TUF 16 Team Carwin coach Liester Bowling to form the Elevation Fight Team. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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And "The Great" may need divine intervention to avoid the ZUFFA chopping block ... again. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight Nate Marquardt dropped down to the welterweight division in 2012, finding early success against Tyron Woodley in Strikeforce. But the thrill of victory would soon give way to the agony of defeat, and "The Great" was anything but in the three fights that followed. Now he's back at 185 pounds, because that's where God wants him to be. "I just feel like that's read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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Cat Zingano thought she knew plenty about taking care of herself as an athlete. After all, she had been a wrestler since middle school and an athlete for even longer. She had cut weight, competed and been voted captain of an all-boys high school wrestling squad. Then she got involved in mixed martial arts, and the undefeated fighter's body told her to change things. read news >>

  • 5 days ago
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Sounds like Miesha Tate is still "pissed" about losing to Cat Zingano. The former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) 135-pound No. 1 contender was popped and dropped by "Alpha" at The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 17 Finale back in April 2013. While referee Kim Winslow makes no apologies for the stoppage, "Cupcake" told MMA Junkie Radio she wants to set things right. Assuming she doesn't get another title shot in the interim. "Beating (Rin Nakai) is definitely a step in the right direction for me. Bu read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Amanda Nunes sees her bout with former top contender Cat Zingano as a chance to cut in line, and once there, she has total confidence that she’ll be the one to dethrone UFC champion Ronda Rousey.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Maybe Ronda Rousey can at least make it look kind of close? At this point, the only challenger left for her to face is Cat Zingano. The UFC women's bantamweight champion took all of 16 seconds to dispatch Alexis Davis on Saturday night. As Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter tweeted out, that was kind of fast: It was the fastest fight of Rousey's career, per ESPN Stats and Info: Talk about bang for the buck. ESPN's Darren Rovell estimates that Rousey earned at least $7,000 for ever read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Cat Zingano is cleared and ready to fight, even if it means a short-notice headliner at next month’s UFC 176 event.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Returning to middleweight after a recent slump at 170 pounds, Nate Marquardt was in dire need of a win against James Te Huna in the UFC Fight Night 43 main event yesterday (Sat., June 28, 2014) from Auckland, New Zealand. "The Great" returned to his grappling roots to take out the hometown favorite. Find out how in our fight breakdown below! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweights Nate Marquardt and James Te Huna faced off in the main event of UFC Fight Night 43 yesterday (Sat., June read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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AUCKLAND, New Zealand – A big upset by Nate Marquardt over New Zealand native son James Te Huna was the clear standout from UFC Fight Night 43 in New Zealand.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Nate Marquardt defeats James Te Huna in the main event of Fight Night Auckland in his return to the UFC middleweight division. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Nate Marquardt might not be a title contender again, but you know what? A win has to feel good for him after two years of futility. More importantly, at least for now, his job is safe. After a 1-3 run at 170 pounds, Marquardt beat James Te-Huna in his return to middleweight. It was a surprisingly lopsided win for the former King of Pancrase (oh, and Strikeforce welterweight champ, I suppose), where he showcased the explosive grappling and solid striking that once made him a top-10 middleweight. read news >>

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