TUF The Smashes coach Ross Pearson marvels at moving from winning The Ultimate Fighter to now coaching, saying he's ready to float between 145 and 155 pounds for the right fight. read news >>
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The second international edition of the UFC's popular reality series, "The Ultimate Fighter," now has its coaches.
"The Ultimate Fighter: Australia vs. U.K.," which will begin taping soon for fall episodes, will be coached by George Sotiropoulos and Ross Pearson. UFC president Dana White announced the coaches on FUEL TV following Wednesday's UFC on FUEL TV 4 event in San Jose, Calif.
Pearson will coach the fighters from the U.K. Sotiropoulos will coach the Aussie fighters. Both are com read news >>
With a short right hand and some follow-up shots to a collapsed Gray Maynard, Ross Pearson made a bold, violent announcement to the MMA world Saturday night in Maine at UFC Fight Night 47: His time is now; ignore him at your own peril.
The Englishman has been puttering about as a fringe contender seemingly since the day he stepped out of the Octagon as an official TUF champion, and now, with a signature win under his belt to wipe away the foul stench of his decision loss to Diego Sanchez, he's m read news >>
Bloody Elbow recaps the two big fights from TUF 19 Finale last night in Las Vegas. Here, we look at the main event between Frankie Edgar and BJ Penn.
The long awaited return of B.J. Penn took place on Sunday night, as the two-division champion made his featherweight debut against Frankie Edgar in the main event of The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale. It marked his first and last fight at that weight class. The third instalment of the Edgar vs. Penn rivalry began the way the second one concluded four read news >>
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The controversial loss still stings, but in the big scheme of things, Ross Pearson told MMAjunkie his split-decision defeat to Diego Sanchez “isn’t the end of the world.” But he’s definitely open to a rematch.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, (...) read news >>
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TUF 1 winner Diego Sanchez earned a controversial split decision victory over Ross Pearson in co-main event of UFC Fight Night: Albuquerque. Check out the scorecards. One of the more baffling decisions on the UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs. Khabilov fight card took place in the co-main event between Diego Sanchez and Ross Pearson. Two of the judges scored the bout for Sanchez, and one even scored it a staggering 30-27 for "The Nightmare" even though he was knocked down in one of those rounds.
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Poor Fabio Maldonado. He took a big step up in competition and weight, and what did it get him?
A concussion, that's what!
Now, after getting some momentum for the first time in his UFC career, he is smacked down into the middle of the pack. The question for him is, what's next? That's where we come in—to look over potential opponents for the Brazilian power puncher.
So whom could we see him face next in the Octagon? Nikita Krylov Nikita Krylov may be next, as well as any given random light heav read news >>
- 9 months ago
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Josh Koscheck has fought at the top of the welterweight division and lived through all of the trends since being a cast member of TUF 1. read news >>
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MANCHESTER – So who was the big winner in UFC Fight Night 30's heavily anticipated headliner between Melvin Guillard and Ross Pearson? Absolutely nobody, as it turned out. read news >>
- 11 months ago
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The UFC's pound-for-pound king of rematches will takes part in another career trilogy. read news >>
Leonardo Santos became the welterweight winner of The Ultimate Fighter Brazil 2 in Fortaleza, Brazil, on Saturday night, but hasn’t yet determined if he’ll remain at 170 pounds or drop to lightweight. read news >>