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Between the American version of the show and international variants, The Ultimate Fighter has had over 20 seasons. In that time, we have seen a plethora of coaches give their time and effort to their teams in an attempt to help build future champions of the world. The show has seen its fair share of excellent coaches. A couple that come straight to mind are Chuck Liddell, Rashad Evans and Chael Sonnen, all of whom were great leaders and teachers of the sport. That said, there has also been some read news >>

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Saturday, January 14, 2012 was both the best and worst night of Chad Mendes’ career as a professional fighter. read news >>

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) held a press conference in Brazil on Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 14, 2014) for Anderson Silva. The former middleweight champion spoke about recuperating his leg and his upcoming UFC 183 match up against Nick Diaz. UFC held a press conference for former middleweight champion Anderson Silva on Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 14, 2014) in Brazil (video here). "The Spider" is set to square off against Nick Diaz at UFC 183 in January and it has been nearly 10 months since he read news >>

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Remember that old Breakfast Club bit? "Two hits: Me hitting you, you hitting the floor." Well, that's pretty much what happened last weekend at Say Uncle: "Fight Night 2" in Sheffield, England (via Devil's Fist), when Veronica Macedo detonated a head kick on Chrissy Audin, who then went stiff and bounced her head off the floor like it was a trampoline. So hard, in fact, she was nearly sitting upright following impact. Worse than this one? You decide. read news >>

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Six minutes of Big John McCarthy screwing up bigtime Big John McCarthy first appeared at UFC 2 back in 1994 and since then he has become the model and standard by which all other referees are judged against. Even though other refs have started to build cases for why they may be better, the fact remains that without Big John we probably wouldn't have known refs could be this competent. That doesn't mean McCarthy is perfect - only Jesus and Ronald Reagan fit that bill. So with that in mind, take a read news >>

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There was a lot to love about UFC 178. From the sensational main card to the return of long-missing fighters and much, the event was arguably the best of the year. Yet, there was controversial officiating, some languid performances and a fact about that card that wasn't properly appreciated. It's time to separate the best from the worst, the winners from the losers and the signal from the noise from Saturday night. Least Appreciated Fact of UFC 178: It's Durability Most Significant Change Award: read news >>

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TOKYO – When Johnny Case first learned the UFC had offered him a contract, it turned out to be “the best and the worst week of my life,” he told MMAjunkie.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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The presence of a sturdy chin, or lack thereof, always has and always will be predicated on a fighter's genealogical makeup. And since a chin can't be strengthened through hard work and dedication, those seemingly blessed with jaws of granite bring an attribute to the cage that many fighters can only dream of possessing. The opening portion of this two-part slideshow details the most rock-solid chins in MMA history—those that withstood countless beatings before ever giving into an embarrassing i read news >>

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Tony Ferguson has heard all the hate directed UFC 177's way. The Ultimate Fighter 13 winner can recite all the complaints, both about the lack of star power on the card in general, and in specific, the fact his lightweight showdown with Danny Castillo has been elevated to co-main event status. And the Oxnard, Calif.-based fighter simply plans on using it all as fuel for his fire. "It was cool, man," said Ferguson (15-3), who is looking for his ninth win in his past 10 fight read news >>

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Really quick, let’s lay out the doomsday scenario for T.J. Dillashaw. The new men’s bantamweight champion is already getting the short end of the stick on Saturday—slated for a nonsensical immediate rematch against Renan Barao on an otherwise dreadful UFC 177 card. It’s the sort of booking that can only be justified by the fight company’s constantly increasing menu of live events and its subsequent need to furnish them all with headliners—even if those headliners don’t seem marquee-worthy or rem read news >>

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UFC welterweight Hector Lombard feared the worst after a neck injury suffered in training. Now, he tells MMAjunkie, he’s working toward a comeback and trying to rebrand himself with a new nickname and new outlook.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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