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  • 2 years ago
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UFC president Dana White said there's a potential he may grant two title shots following Saturday's UFC on FOX 3 event, but he might not grant any. While main-card bouts of Nate Diaz vs. Jim Miller and Johny Hendricks vs. Josh Koscheck have been discussed as de facto No. 1 contender fights, White today said that's not exactly true. Similar to the UFC on FOX 2 meeting between Rashad Evans and Phil Davis, White said Saturday's two headlining fights each have title implications - just n read news >>

  • a year ago
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UFC boss Dana White talked with Ariel Helwani after UFC 158: St-Pierre vs Diaz. White breaks down the Nick DIaz retirement rumors, Johny Hendricks' title shot, and much more. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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While lightweights Nate Diaz and Jim Miller are taking the headlining slot at May's UFC on FOX 3 event, they weren't necessarily the most outspoken fighters at today's event-launch presser. Instead, it was welterweights Johny Hendricks and Josh Koscheck that seemed to host the most pointed barbs, and both seemed confident that victory soon awaits. But while Hendricks feels his on the way up, Koscheck made it clear he's not signed up to put anyone over on national TV. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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UFC president Dana White readily admits it's difficult to predict the direction of his promotion's entire roster mere moments after an event concludes. Who gets cut, who stays, who moves up the ladder - White said he prefers to reflect for a day or two, then convene with UFC officials Lorenzo Fertitta and Joe Silva to make group decisions. However, White did say a trio of fighters - namely Jim Miller, Chael Sonnen and Brian Stann - are all within striking distance of a shot at a UFC t read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Here's a crazy idea that some might not think all that crazy: Johny Hendricks vs. Nick Diaz. Now that Johny Hendricks is officially the welterweight champion following his unanimous decision victory over Robbie Lawler in the main event of UFC 171 last night (Sat., Mar. 15, 2014) in Dallas, Texas, it's time to start looking ahead to his first title defense. There are plenty of viable candidates but one possibility may surprise you: Nick Diaz. Yes, that's the same Diaz who has fought just twice in read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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The vacant UFC welterweight title is on the line when Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler collide in the UFC 171 main event on March 15 from the American Airlines Arena in Dallas. read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Tyron Woodley has a strong opinion about nearly everything going on in the UFC’s welterweight division.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC Tagged: Carlos Condit, Dong Hyun Kim, Nick Diaz, Rory MacDonald, Tyron Woodley, UFC 171 read news >>

  • 9 months ago
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UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre puts his title on the line against top contender Johny Hendricks at UFC 167 on Nov. 16 and believes he is better than the top contender "everywhere." read news >>

  • a year ago
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MONTREAL - Johny Hendricks knows you want to see Georges St-Pierre fight Anderson Silva. But he's got a left hand that might want to convince you otherwise. He's got a left hand that might easily convince St-Pierre that the Silva fight might be best, too. Hendricks on Saturday with one brutal left punch knocked out Martin Kampmann just 46 seconds into their co-main event at UFC 154. read news >>

  • a year ago
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There's no title on the line Saturday in the main event of UFC 153, despite a champion fighting in it. And because one of the fighters wasn't being universally regarded as a title contender, legions of fans and critics went on the offensive when the UFC announced a non-title fight between middleweight champion Anderson Silva and light heavyweight Stephan Bonnar. But UFC President Dana White just doesn't understand the outcry over the fight booking. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Nate Diaz defeated lightweight Jim Miller and earned a title shot with Saturday's UFC on FOX 3 main-event win, but are UFC officials missing a big opportunity? In our latest installment of The Sunday Junkie - our weekly reader-feedback feature - many believe so. In fact, many submissions all had a common theme: Diaz should fight fellow contender Anthony Pettis rather than sit on the sidelines waiting for his title shot. This week's winner, Wisconsin's Trevor Greene, narrowly edged  Massach read news >>

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