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RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil -- UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey spoke to the Brazilian media at Flavio Canto’s judo school in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and discussed the importance of judo in her life, her advantages in MMA because of her background in judo, what would it take for her to fight Cris Cyborg, potential bouts against Gina Carano and Bethe Correia, who’s the next Ronda Rousey at TUF 20 and much more. read news >>

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Chuck Liddell will do the honors as the official Toyota pace car driver for the semifinal race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup on Nov. 9. read news >>

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More fights are coming to Fight Pass online digital network this weekend (Sat., Sept. 20, 2014) when UFC Fight Night 52: "Hunt vs. Nelson" kicks off from Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. MMAmania.com's Patrick Stumberg kicks off the UFC Fight Night 52 "Prelims" party with part one of a two-part under card preview series. It's big. Two of the most devastating and resilient punchers in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight division will collide this Saturday (Sat., Sept. 20, 2 read news >>

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Heavy-handed heavyweight Mark "Super Samoan" Hunt steps into the Octagon against wrestler Chris Tuchscherer. Check out the full fight video here. read news >>

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MMAmania.com resident fighter analyst Andrew Richardson breaks down the mixed martial arts (MMA) game of UFC Fight Night 52 headliner Roy Nelson, who looks to out-brawl Mark Hunt this Saturday night (Sept. 20, 2014) at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan Pudgy power puncher, Roy Nelson, takes on a K-1 kickboxing veteran, Mark Hunt, in the UFC Fight Night 52 main event on Fight Pass this Saturday night (Sept. 20, 2014) at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. Roy Nelson has been remark read news >>

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MMA Fighting has the UFC Fight Night 52 fight card for the Hunt vs. Nelson event at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.In the main event, Mark Hunt squares off against Roy Nelson. Myles Jury faces Takanori Gomi in the co-main event.Check out the UFC Fight Night 52 fight card below.Main card (3 a.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass)Mark Hunt vs. Roy NelsonMyles Jury vs. Takanori GomiYoshihiro Akiyama vs. Amir SadollahMiesha Tate vs. Rin NakaiKiichi Kunimoto vs. Richard WalshKyoji Horiguchi vs. Jon Del read news >>

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Ready for Metamoris? Not quite. UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion, Ronda Rousey, is already cleared to resume training after undergoing a minor surgical procedure on her knee (more details here). In the video above, "Rowdy" is seen rolling with The Skrap Pack Fight Team member -- and coach on The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 20 opposite Lightweight champion Anthony Pettis -- Gilbert Melendez. If Rousey can remain healthy and off the Silver Screen, she'd seemingly be on track to anchor the promotion's read news >>

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After winning The Ultimate Fighter 19, Corey Anderson will have his first post-TUF experience in the Octagon when he faces Gian Villante at UFC 181, officials announced on Tuesday. read news >>

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Despite an impressive submission of Gegard Mousasi in UFC Fight Night 50’s headliner, Ronaldo Souza may have injured his right hand. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Before every fight card, mixed martial arts (MMA) fans toggle between possible scenarios and what to expect days before it all unfolds in front of their eyes. Probable outcomes, distinguishable facts and head-scratching theories are all part of the mystique that surrounds the fights on any given night. We ask ourselves the same questions … and try to uncover different answers. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) rolls out the red carpet in the wee hours of the night on its new digital network, read news >>

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A career in the fight business is one that comes with a fair amount of give and take. On one side of the scale, there is money and a notable amount of fame or public recognition that will hopefully yield other opportunities to make more of the prior, but on the opposite side, there are physical tolls where payments are required. Fighting is a gritty trade by nature, but it's hardly the bumps, bruises and abrasions suffered on fight night in the quest for glory that linger. Those wounds heal rath read news >>

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