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From Yahoo Sports: After years of broadcasting WWE events, Ross gets a chance to announce for MMA next month. read news >>

  • 5 days ago
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Mention the words "professional wrestling" to an MMA fan and you're likely to get one of two reactions—either a knowing nod or a disgusted sneer. No one is on the fence. There is no middle ground. You either embrace the madness or reject it out of hand. But, like it or not, wrestling has always walked hand-in-hand with mixed martial arts. In America, the sport was built by the Gracie family. They were trained by a former pro wrestler Mitsuyo Maeda, a Japanese grappler who shared a lifetime's exp read news >>

  • 7 days ago
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Former WWE play-by-play man Jim Ross talks about his MMA broadcasting debut with Chael Sonnen at BattleGrounds MMA on Oct. 3. read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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Sean O’Haire, a former mixed martial artist best known for his exploits in World Championship Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment, died on Monday at his home in Spartanburg, S.C. He was 43 years old. read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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Sean O’Haire, a former mixed martial artist best known for his exploits in World Championship Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment, died on Monday at his home in Spartanburg, S.C. He was 43 years old. read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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The worldwide leader for mixed martial arts and UFC news, MMA News, UFC Rumors, MMA Rankings, Interviews, Videos, UFC Results, and UFC Blog read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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Sean Christopher Haire, a former mixed martial arts fighter and professional wrestler, reportedly died Monday at his home in Spartanburg, South Carolina. No cause of death has yet to be revealed to the general public, but the news of Haire’s passing was confirmed by an obituary posted on Tributes.com. He was 43 years old. MMA and professional wrestling fans will most likely remember Haire by his stage name, Sean O’Haire. He spent six years competing in World Wrestling Entertainment, World Champi read news >>

  • 14 days ago
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Sean O’Haire, a former mixed martial artist best known for his exploits in World Championship Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment, died on Monday at his home in Spartanburg, S.C. He was 43 years old. read news >>

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The verdict on a Friday night where UFC, Bellator, WWE Smackdown and College Football all aired, is that for the most part, each show did about what it would have done without the competition. UFC did better than its average for Wednesdays and most Saturdays, while Bellator did right at its average. Based on preliminary numbers, it's hard to come to a conclusion as to what it meant for Bellator and UFC to go head-to-head on Friday night, past that it doesn't appear either hurt the other signific read news >>

  • 15 days ago
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"You know what else would stun that audience? A simple card trick. It's all planned out, it's obvious. [Wresting] is some weird, fucking jerk-off thing that strange guys do, sit in front of the TV and pretend they don't know it's fake. You're pretending. You don't want to know. You shut that part of your brain off. I'd watch lions killing gazelles on television because that's real. I need real. I can't get entertained by fake. When you watch Game of Thrones and you watch a guy get his head cut o read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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Dynamic Duo! TULSA, OK (Sept. 4, 2014) - Two consummate performers in WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross and recently retired UFC superstar Chael Sonnen have teamed up to form what is bound to be one of the most memorable commentary teams in sports entertainment history, and will call the world-class Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) action on the LIVE pay-per-view telecast of BattleGrounds MMA: ‘O.N.E.' from BOK Center in Tulsa, Oka. on Friday, October 3. Headlined by the first one-night, eight-man tournament i read news >>

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