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  • 2 years ago
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LAS VEGAS - Miguel Torres' UFC release proved a rather short one. Following a press conference ahead of Friday's UFC 141 event, UFC president Dana White was joined by the former WEC champion. White confirmed that despite the fighter's release from the promotion earlier this month due to a controversial Twitter message he posted, Torres has rejoined the organization. Torres' reps confirmed the move when contacted by MMAjunkie.com. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Nearly as quickly as he departed, former bantamweight ace Miguel Torres is back in the UFC fold. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Miguel Torres' second release from the UFC immediately brought speculation that the fighter's tweets had again gotten him in trouble. But Torres today told MMAjunkie.com Radio that he's a little smarter than that. "I thought that was kind of funny that (people would think) I would make the same joke," Torres said. "That's what people want to say, that's what people want to think, (but) I just know that I'm fighting for the World Series of Fighting." read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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TORONTO - While this weekend's UFC 140 event provided plenty of fireworks for fans, the biggest bombshell of the week was dropped on Thursday night, when Miguel Torres was released from the UFC. Two days after the controversial move generated much debate in the MMA community, UFC president Dana White said he stands firmly behind his choice. "You can agree or disagree with me, and if you want to see if anybody disagrees with me, go on my Twitter," White told MMAjunkie.com. "The bottom read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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While the reason he was was served his walking papers (while similar fighters weren't) still remains a bit of mystery, Miguel Torres is moving on. The former WEC champion and UFC bantamweight contender was released on Thursday after a controversial Twitter message. Today, he offered his apologizes and promised to "improve myself" in an official statement. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Bantamweight Miguel Torres has been released by the UFC, according to UFC President Dana White. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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On June 17, EA Sports is set to bring the fight to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in the form of its new mixed martial arts title. EA Sports UFC has already wowed gamers with the visuals in screenshots and the demo that released on June 2. With the full release due to drop on Tuesday, we will soon have all the power of the strikes, takedowns and submissions in our hands. The roster is not all inclusive, but it is vast. Here's a look at the fighters and arenas that will appear in the game at launch. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Former UFC star, Miguel Torres will try his hand in kickboxing as he signs with GLORY to compete at a 4-man one-night tournament. Miguel Torres is a Carlson Gracie black belt who has won most of his bouts by submission, but this June, the former UFC and WEC star will be trying his hand in kickboxing. The 33-year-old MMA legend has signed on for GLORY 17's 4-man, one-night tournament, with the winner set to move on to contend for the title. Torres will be facing Shane Oblonsky, who will also be m read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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UFC veterans Miguel Torres and Will Chope are part of an 8-man Featherweight Grand Prix which will be hosted by Rebel FC. The brackets have been determined and the opening match ups for the tournament are set. Singapore-based promotion Rebel Fighting Championship will be hosting an 8-man Featherweight Grand Prix which features UFC vets Miguel Torres and Will Chope along with other highly regarded stars from the region. In a press conference today, a lottery was drawn for the upcoming 'Battle Roy read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Another fighter has been trimmed from the UFC roster as the promotion starts separating the wheat from the chaff of the past six months. It's amazing how quickly the climate changes. Just three weeks ago the thought of a fighter getting released from the UFC at 0-1 or 0-2 seemed a remote possibility. An expanding schedule of fight cards and increasing demand for talent meant that it appeared the UFC was prepared to give fighters a lot of room to work. Not so fast... A couple weeks later and we'r read news >>

  • a year ago
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Following a turbulent end to his UFC career, former WEC champion Miguel Torres looks to restart his career in his new home, the World Series of Fighting. read news >>

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