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This year has been a breakout one for Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza. It will also see him undergo two elbow surgeries in the span of seven months. According to Souza's manager, Gilberto Faria, Souza was diagnosed with ulnar neuropathy, a numbness in his right elbow caused by the entrapment of the ulnar nerve, resulting in numbness and tingling into the fourth and fifth fingers. "He will need surgery to release the pressure on his ulnar nerve," Faria said. "We will schedule surgery for next week. We exp read news >>

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship has made noticeable progress with its drug testing program in recent months. read news >>

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As evidenced once again with the news that middleweight Cung Le had tested positive for human growth hormone (HGH), the UFC is ramping up its drug testing practices in 2014. Le, who lost his UFC Fight Night 48 bout against Michael Bisping, was the latest fighter to test positive for a performance enhancing drug (PED). The 42-year old Le was suspended by the UFC for a year for the violation. And that fight took place in Macau, where the UFC was acting as its own commission. On Wednesday, UFC CEO read news >>

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Following a failed drug test, Cung Le is actually suspended one year, not nine months, following a recent failed drug test.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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The UFC's only PPV in Brazil this year is now finalized, with Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes headlining the October 25th show in Rio de Janeiro. There are only (and I do stress only) 3 UFC events in October, and two of them are happening on the 4th. After that, we get a three week rest before gearing up for UFC 179 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Headlining the show is a highly anticipated featherweight title rematch between Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes. Aldo famously KO'd Mendes in their first match-up in R read news >>

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The UFC's most wildly anticipated card of the year is in the books, as UFC 178 delivered some enjoyable scraps in Las Vegas on Saturday. It was a wonderful marriage of a good card on paper producing a good card in practice—the type of exciting occurrence that isn't seen nearly enough in modern MMA. Demetrious Johnson retained his title over Chris Cariaso. Donald Cerrone welcomed Eddie Alvarez to the UFC in memorable fashion, and Conor McGregor proved that fists talk every bit as well as mouths s read news >>

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Following more than a year out of action, Cat Zingano returned to the Octagon at UFC 178, reclaiming her shot at Ronda Rousey. read news >>

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Demetrious Johnson likely won't set foot back in the Octagon any time soon after defeating Chris Cariaso with ease at UFC 178. read news >>

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LAS VEGAS – After his latest scintillating win, Donald Cerrone could make a real claim to be the UFC’s No. 1 lightweight contender. But if getting a title shot means passing up a paycheck, “Cowboy” isn’t interested.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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After nearly a year of mounting frustration, Rachael Cummins is ready to dive in the XFC tournament and let her aggression out. read news >>

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UFC 178’s Amanda Nunes thinks fighting saved her life. Judging by the trouble she got into growing up, it certainly focused her natural talents.Filed under: MMAjunkie Radio, News, Radio Highlight, UFC read news >>

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