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Bloody Elbow covers the world of California-based Xplode Fight Series, a pro-am promotion that has seen several of its fighters signed to UFC and Bellator. If you've been a follower of Zane Simon's excellent "Welcome to the UFC" series, you'll find that the UFC brass has been ultra-busy signing new fighters to their massive roster (which is now nearer to 500 fighters than 400) as they look to fill up all of the 50+ events they're trying to run this year. Earlier this week the UFC announced the a read news >>

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We answer your #themmahour questions on anything and everything going on in the MMA world. read news >>

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A look at the best tweets from the world of UFC. Follow @ufc, the list of official UFC accounts, and the list of UFC fighters to keep up with these guys and gals. read news >>

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UFC light heavyweight Pat Walsh could walk to his next fight if the UFC grants his wish. A Stoughton, Massachusetts, native, Walsh grew up approximately 15 miles from Boston and the TD Garden Arena, home to Jan. 18's UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Siver event. He could literally walk to the arena from his gym, Victory Combat Academy, and he'd cherish the opportunity if the UFC brass proposes it. "The UFC's come twice to Boston and I went both times and I was obsessed," Walsh told Bleacher Report. read news >>

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This Saturday in Austin, Texas, two British fighters will step into the world famous UFC Octagon to do battle. Accompanying long-serving UFC and WEC veteran Brad Pickett, we have a dangerous middleweight prospect on the bill. At a huge 6'6", Luke 'Bigslow' Barnatt, looms over most of his division.  read news >>

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With world champion boxer Holly Holm forced out of her much-anticipated UFC debut at UFC 181 with a neck injury, another bantamweight will make her debut on read news >>

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With world champion boxer Holly Holm forced out of her much-anticipated UFC debut at UFC 181 with a neck injury, another bantamweight will make her debut on Dec. 6 against Raquel Pennington. The UFC announced on Wednesday that newcomer Ashlee Evans-Smith will step in to face Pennington on less than three week's notice. The 27-year old California native Evans-Smith is 3-0 in her professional career, having last fought at WSOF 10 in June against Marciea Allen in June. She won the fight via third-r read news >>

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With former world champion boxer Holly Holm sidelined due to a neck injury, Raquel Pennington on Wednesday finally got a new UFC 181 opponent. read news >>

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We're living in a shop. The world is one magnificent fucking shop. And if it hasn't got a price tag, it isn't worth having. There is no greater freedom than freedom of choice.* Suddenly, it feels a little more like MMA has a freedom of choice again. On a day with three fight cards, each offering their fair share of high level fights, fans were left to choose. The savvy fan chose everything, DVRing fights, switching channels, serving as a slave to their desires for the maximum amount of violence read news >>

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World Series of Fighting (WSOF) President Ray Sefo has responded to the threat of a lawsuit from XFC President Myron Molotky. Sefo calls it a cheap stunt and a "demand" for an appearance fee that XFC is in no way entitled to receive. Ray Sefo just told Myron Molotky to pump his brakes. In response to the XFC's threat to file a lawsuit over Kalindra Faria's contract, the WSOF president insists that XFC has no contractual claim to Faria whatsoever, and that their threats are completely bogus. Sefo read news >>

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