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Georges St-Pierre is admittedly a bit of risk-taker in his chosen profession, but outside the cage, the former UFC welterweight champion is a little less brave. Check out what happened when he climbed into a race car for the first time.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, (...) read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Frank Shamrock admittedly never saw it coming. read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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It’s the North Caucasian Invasion. Admittedly, it’s easy to label it something else. To slap it with the Russian Revolution moniker and neatly tie it up with archetypes of bears and Aleksandr Karelin and nursery rhymes with huntsmen in them. It’s easy, but it’s like a lot of easy things in that it’s not correct. Ozzy Dugulubgov, for one, wants to make that clear. “I’m not Russian.” Yes, Ozzy (born “Azamat”) Dugulubgov was born in Russia. But he was also born in the North Caucasus region, an area read news >>

  • 9 months ago
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Admittedly, watching the first Chinese season of “The Ultimate Fighter” is an exercise for only the hardest of hardcore fans, so getting locked into the international reality show’s ending is a tough sell. Filed under: News, UFC Tagged: Albert Cheng, Anying (...) read news >>

  • a year ago
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After admittedly being a little startstruck in his last fight, bantamweight prospect Patrick Ybarra returns to get back on track at Friday's Legacy FC 26 in San Antonio, Texas. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Tim Kennedy admittedly was angry when suspicions that the Nov. 3 card he was scheduled for were confirmed online - before he knew it. But after a receiving a phone call from a Strikeforce executive, the middleweight feels confident the promotion will take care of him and other displaced fighters. "It seems like Zuffa is doing right by us, so I'm grateful for the way they handled it once they had no other choice," Kennedy told MMAjunkie.com. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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RIO DE JANEIRO - UFC President Dana White admittedly was in a good mood this weekend at UFC 153, but it followed trips to England and Toronto in which he was a "mess." And that's the problem with Meniere's disease: One day you're fine, and the next you can barely stand upright. White, though, said he'll soon undergo a new outpatient surgery that offers him a 70 percent chance of real improvement after being diagnosed with the disease earlier this year. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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TORONTO - Seth Baczynski admittedly needed some time to get comfortable. It turns out it equated to exactly four minutes and 10 seconds. That's all the time Baczynski needed to floor Norway's Simeon Thoresen with a perfectly place left hook to set up a first-round knockout win. The welterweight bout was part of the preliminary card of Saturday's UFC 152 event at Air Canada Centre in Toronto. The fight streamed on Facebook prior to additional prelims on FX and a main card on pay-per-view. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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You've got to admire a tough guy who also keeps it real. That's Lavar Johnson, who could have said that everything was fine leading into his meeting with Pat Barry in the first network-televised fight of UFC on FOX 3, which took place this past Friday, May 5, at IZOD Center in East Rutherford, N.J. But everything wasn't fine. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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LAS VEGAS - Dana White said he "wasn't in the mood" to attend the UFC on FOX 2 post-event press conference - after 10 years of not missing a fight and maybe missing only a handful of pressers. "I usually try to skip press conferences where I know I'm going to," White said before someone offered, "get hammered?" In so many words, yes. Three main-card fights went to a decision during the Jan. 28 event, and he knew naysayers would be out in force and that there would be much hand-wringing o read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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CHICAGO - Admittedly, moral victories still bloody suck. But for UFC on FOX 2 co-headliner Michael Bisping, who suffered a close unanimous-decision loss to No. 1 contender Chael Sonnen on Saturday at Chicago's United Center, the Brit sees the silver lining. Despite the defeat, Bisping has plenty of reasons to be pleased with his performance. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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LAS VEGAS - Adlan Amagov can officially pinch himself. The 25-year-old is fighting in America, in the co-main event of a major promotion, against a guy he was just watching on TV. "I'm very happy I'm actually fighting Robbie Lawler," Amagov told MMAjunkie.com. "I think that's a great opportunity for me, and I want to thank Strikeforce for this opportunity." read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Spend 10 minutes talking to Nam Phan, and it's clear the UFC featherweight is in a good place. The California-based fighter has trained in multiple disciplines, boxed professionally, plied his MMA skills across the globe, and after years of hard work, he's now cemented his place in the sport's big show. Now, just days before a UFC 141 fight with undefeated Jim Hettes, Phan admits life is pretty damn good. read news >>

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