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UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture’s Xtreme Couture sixth annual poker ride raises money for wounded soldiers and their families. read news >>

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The Ultimate Fighter 14 bantamweight tournament winner John Dodson participated at “Wounded Warrior Project’s” ‘Tough Mudder’ event.
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Colorado's top promotion, Ring of Fire MMA, has partnered up with the Shameless MMA brand to bring the first professional fight card onto an active Colorado military base to benefit Wounded Warrior Project. read news >>

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Check out Buckley MMA Fight Night, courtesy of Ring of Fire and Shameless MMA, live Saturday, Feb. 9, on USTREAM PPV on MMAWeekly.com, to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. read news >>

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UFC light heavyweight Ryan Bader will hold a charity event this Saturday in Arizona to benefit the Wounded Warriors Project. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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The list of walking wounded is lengthy following this past weekend's UFC 143 event. The Nevada State Athletic Commission issued medical suspensions to 15 of the event's 22 fighters, according to a list of suspensions today emailed to MMAjunkie.com. UFC 143 fighters Fabricio Werdum, Clifford Starks, Ed Herman, Edwin Figueroa, Matt Riddle, Henry Martinez and Michael Kuiper all could be out of action for up to six months due to ailments ranging from contusions to broken bones to a groin injur read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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UFC 130's list of walking wounded was lengthy, and five fighters from this past weekend's card face medical suspensions of up to six months. MMAjunkie.com today requested and received the list of suspensions from the Nevada State Athletic Commissions. The potential half-year suspensions went to main-event winner Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, co-main-event winner Frank Mir, main-card fighters Brian Stann and Jorge Santiago, and preliminary-card competitor Michael McDonald. read news >>