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  • a year ago
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NOTTINGHAM, England - Matt Wiman had never tapped out, yet the undefeated Paul Sass had submitted 12 of his 13 opponents. So something had to give. Perhaps surprisingly, the fight ended via submission - but with Wiman in the win column. The lightweight bout was part of Saturday's UFC on FUEL TV 5 main card at Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, England. It aired on FUEL TV following prelims on Facebook. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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A lightweight matchup between undefeated submission ace Paul Sass and four-time "Fight of the Night" winner Matt Wiman has been added to UFC on FUEL TV 5. UFC officials today announced the booking. UFC on FUEL TV 5 (also dubbed "UFC: Nottingham") takes place Sept. 29 at Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, England. The main card airs live on FUEL TV (during Saturday afternoon in the U.S.) following prelims on Facebook. It's the UFC's first event in the English city. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Matt Wiman spoke with Fuel TV following his UFC on Fuel TV 5 Submission of the Night performance that derailed Paul Sass' unbeaten streak on Saturday night in Nottingham, England. read news >>

  • a year ago
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UFC on Fuel TV 5: Struve vs. Miocic opened on Fuel TV on Saturday from Nottingham, England, with everything from disappointment, to a scrappy decision, to an exciting, if improbable submission finish. read news >>

  • a year ago
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NOTTINGHAM, England - Opponents know what to expect when they meet UFC lightweight Paul Sass. They know their necks and limbs will be threatened at all times, and one lapse could cost them a tap. The undefeated Sass hopes to earn his fourth consecutive submission win in the octagon at UFC on FUEL TV 5. But for the second time in his career, there's no secret what lies ahead for him inside the cage. He's seen opponent Matt Wiman in action, he told MMAjunkie.com. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Four men earned post-fight bonuses at UFC on Fuel TV 5, as Brad Pickett, Matt Wiman, Stefan Struve and Stipe Miocic each pocketed an additional $40,000 for their efforts Saturday at Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, England. read news >>

  • a year ago
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NOTTINGHAM, England - Brad Pickett, Matt Wiman, Stefan Struve and Stipe Miocic each earned $40,000 bonuses for their performances at Saturday's "UFC on FUEL TV: Struve vs. Miocic" event. Pickett earned the "Knockout of the Night" award, Wiman won "Submission of the Night" and Struve and Miocic picked up "Fight of the Night" honors. UFC officials announced the winners and bonus amounts following the event, which took place at Capital FM Arena in Nottingham, England. The event's ma read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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STOCKHOLM - After firing off numerous submission attempts in the first round, Maguire needed just one in the second to get the victory. In a bout that felt more like a chess match, the British welterweight capitalized on DaMarques Johnson's kimura attempt to secure a fight-ending armbar. The bout was part of the UFC on FUEL TV 2 main card at Stockholm's Ericsson Globe Arena. It aired on FUEL TV following prelims on Facebook. read news >>

  • a year ago
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FORTALEZA, BRAZIL – Fabricio Werdum continued his rise up the heavyweight ranks while also proving that he hasn't abandoned his jiu-jitsu roots, and he used an armbar to submit former UFC interim heavyweight champion Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira. read news >>

  • a year ago
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FORTALEZA, BRAZIL – Why a rash of submissions in the cradle of jiu-jitsu would come as a surprise is anyone's guess, but Erick Silva wanted to make sure he didn't miss the party. In the night's ninth fight, Silva scored the card's sixth submission, tying a UFC record. read news >>

  • a year ago
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FORTALEZA, BRAZIL – Raphael Assuncao knew exactly where he wanted his bout with Vaughan Lee to be contested, and it didn’t take long to see why as the Brazilian turned up the heat in the second and locked up an armbar. read news >>

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