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  • 16 days ago
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UFC lightweight, Rustam Khabilov has been forced to withdraw from UFC 182 due to visa issues. Opponent, Danny Castillo in need of opponent. Typically, when a UFC card takes a hit, it's from the accursed injury bug. That is not the case for next month's UFC 182 event. Second only to the injury bug is the visa issue, and unfortunately, Dagestani-born Russian, Rustam Khabilov has been forced to withdraw from his bout with lightweight standout and Team Alpha Male member, Danny Castillo. According to read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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Rustam Khabilov has been forced to withdraw from next month’s UFC 182 event, and fellow lightweight Danny Castillo is now in need of a new opponent.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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Invicta Fighting Championships on Thursday announced that Vanessa Porto has been removed from her planned Invicta FC 10 bout with Roxanne Modafferi. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Invicta Fighting Championships has been forced to shuffle its card at Invicta FC 10 due to an “unforeseen delay in visa processing” for Vanessa Porto. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Former UFC and Strikeforce welterweight competitor Paul Daley has officially received his visa to fight in the United States. For the first time in over two years, Paul Daley can officially accept fight offers in the United States. The British striker, who is eyeing a 2015 return to Bellator, will receive his visa to continue fighting in the USA on Monday, according to MMAFighitng.com. After requesting his release over a year ago due to his inability to fight in the U.S., Daley re-signed with Be read news >>

  • a month ago
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Remember him? Former Strikeforce and Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Paul Daley hasn't been seen stateside since beating the brakes off Rudy Bears at Bellator 72 over two years ago. Since then, "Semtex" has demolished the international circuit, going on a violent 5-1 run that saw all five of his wins end by way of brutal knockout (taste the pain). That's because Daley (35-13-2) hits hard, y'all, and is still only 31 years old. And it doesn't look like that ZUFFA return is going read news >>

  • a month ago
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Paul Daley officially received his visa to resume fighting in the United States on Monday. Daley (35-13-2), an English power-puncher who re-signed with Bellator in July, is now eyeing an early-2015 return date to the promotion, sources close to the situation confirmed with MMAFighting.com. Daley, 31, made his successful Bellator debut back in 2012, knocking out Rudy Bears in a little under three minutes. That victory earned Daley a spot in Bellator's season eight welterweight tournament, where h read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Paul Daley is free to fight in the United States again. According to Bellator president Scott Coker, Daley (34-13-2) has finally been granted a working visa from the US government to resume his Bellator MMA career. Visa issues knocked Daley out of a Bellator welterweight tournament in 2012. As a result, his last 10 MMA and kickboxing fights have taken place overseas. While the popular British striker recently re-signed with Bellator, his next MMA fight will be for BAMMA on Sept. 13 against Igor read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Former Bellator MMA tournament winner Magomedrasul 'Frodo' Khasbulaev has come to terms with the fact that he'll likely never get to compete for a Bellator title. Now he's just hoping the promotion will let him fight rather than keep him on the shelf. read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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Patricio Freire was frustrated he didn’t get his shot at the Bellator featherweight title yet, but he’s not the only tournament winner that can’t fight for the gold. Magomedrasul Khasbulaev, affectionately known as 'Frodo', earned the right to fight for the championship after winning the eighth season of the featherweight tournament with wins over Mike Richman, Marlon Sandro and Fabricio Guerreiro in 2013, but he was grounded in Russia with visa issues and never returned to the United States. "I read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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RFA president Ed Soares announced on Tuesday that Brazilian flyweight dynamo Leandro Higo was unable to obtain a work visa in time for his 125-pound title fight with Matt Manzanares that was set to headline RFA 14. read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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With Leandro Higo out of his RFA title fight against Matt Manzanares due to visa issues, another Brazilian will get a crack at the flyweight belt. Filed under: AXS TV Fights, MMA Rumors, News Tagged: Junior Maranhao, Leandro Higo, Matt Manzanares, RFA 14 read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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Visa issues will prevent Brazilian talent Leandro Higo from vying for the vacant flyweight title next week. read news >>

  • 9 months ago
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The World's Tallest Featherweight blogs for Bloody Elbow about his upcoming UFC Fight Night: Natal bout against Diego Brandao. Based in Asia, Will Chope is one of the most active and well traveled fighters in the region. After his entertaining back and forth debut against Max Holloway ended in a tough loss, the 6-foot-4 featherweight is now looking to rebound on his second outing in the UFC. The following is his guest blog post for Bloody Elbow as writes about the lead up to his UFC Fight Night: read news >>

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