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Don’t tell Joby Sanchez that he should have postponed his golden opportunity. read news >>

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On August 23, Jordan Mein will return to the Octagon and attempt to take one step closer to reaching his lofty potential by beating Mike Pyle impressively. Mein is one of many young fighters who represent the next wave of talented MMA prospects. A Strikeforce veteran, Mein does have a good amount of experience for an up-and-comer, but he's still developing and has a good shot at turning into a serious welterweight contender soon. As MMA has continued to grow in more and more countries, the pool read news >>

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UFC light-heavyweight Anthony Johnson spoke with MMAFighting.com’s Ariel Helwani about his upcoming fight with ‘Lil Nog’ as well as the upcoming title fight between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier at UFC 178. read news >>

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Most MMA fans, no matter the age, get the opportunity to gaze upon a genuine rivalry between two elite fighters in their lifetime. They square off back and forth, split victories and keep fans hungry. That’s like winning $15 on a $1 scratcher from the gas station across the street. Few fight fans ever get the opportunity to be witness to two of the best fight camps in the world—stocked to the brim with elite fighters—showcasing a similar rivalry. That’s like landing the rich girl, or guy, who's read news >>

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Father Time hates MMA fighters. He hates almost all athletes, really (except NFL kickers), but he's especially unkind to the select few who choose to fashion their careers inside a steel cage. In basketball, when a player ages and slows down, he starts missing routine layups. He starts getting burned on defense. He can't finish that breakaway dunk with the same pizzazz. He turns into 2014 NBA Finals Dwyane Wade. In MMA, however, an aging fighter's shortcomings become painfully obvious once the d read news >>

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At age 36, "The Dragon" is confident he still has the tools to defeat the much younger and undefeated middleweight champion, Chris Weidman. At 36 years of age, Lyoto Machida has proven time and again he still has what it takes to compete with the best competition Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has to offer. The proof is in the pudding, as he earned himself a shot at the middleweight title, which he will attempt to claim when he faces division champion Chris Weidman at this weekend's (Sat., read news >>

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For the second time in nearly three years, UFC veteran Matt Hamill has announced his retirement from mixed martial arts. read news >>

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Approaching 44 years of age, don't expect the TRT ban and a crushing loss stop Dan Henderson from continuing his career. If we're being frank - Dan Henderson was completely demolished by Daniel Cormier at UFC 173. Coming off his 3rd round knockout of Mauricio Rua, Henderson fought Cormier in Vegas, sans TRT, having weighed in at 199 lbs the day before their fight, and was beaten pillar to post before the rear-naked choke in the 3rd round put him to sleep. But this is Dan Henderson we're talking read news >>

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The evolution of Sergio Pettis is in full swing. Where most athletes come to the Octagon at a later age and seek out success on the strength of an established attack, the 20-year-old Roufusport fighter... read news >>

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At 43 years of age, it seems that everyone thinks that every fight is make or break for Dan Henderson's career. Yet, he doesn't see it that way. read news >>

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Another installment of 'Not for the Ages' where obscure history, bizarre bouts, and the just plain inexplicable meet to explain broader themes in the sport of mixed martial arts. This time, the top 10 worst UFC signings of the Zuffa era (in no particular order). Despite being billed as the world leader in mixed martial arts, the UFC is not immune to losing control of its bowels. For the purposes of this list "worst" is defined as fighters signed who predictably failed because their history of su read news >>

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