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  • 11 days ago
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Former Strikeforce middleweight champ Jake Shields scored his first submission victory in over five years when he defeated Ryan Ford with a rear-naked choke Saturday in Edmonton during his promotional debut at WSOF 14. The former UFC welterweight title contender didn't know it at the time, but heading into the bout, he enjoyed a major advantage over Ford, one that had nothing to do with Shields bending the rules. The 32-year-old Ford broke his ulnar (the bone opposite the radius in the forearm) read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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Ryan Ford says he competed at WSOF with a broken forearm, Ray Sefo has since released a statement denying prior knowledge. Ryan Ford took on Jake Shields this past weekend as the headliner of WSOF 14, where he lost by submission. Shortly after the bout, he released a video saying that he broke his forearm less than two weeks before the bout. He decided not to pull out citing the 'need' to compete and still receive his fight purse: "Today is Oct. 2. Part of this game is putting your body through read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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In this video, Ryan Ford reveals that he suffered a fractured right ulna leading up to his fight with Jake Shields. read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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World Series of Fighting Canadian welterweight champion Ryan Ford released a video claiming to have fought Jake Shields at WSOF 14 with a broken arm. read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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In this week’s Trading Shots, retired UFC/WEC fighter Danny Downes joins MMAjunkie columnist Ben Fowlkes to discuss Ryan Ford’s broken arm, and his decision to fight on anyway against Jake Shields at WSOF 14.Filed under: Featured, News, WSOF read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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World Series of Fighting (WSOF) welterweight Ryan Ford broke his arm less than two weeks before his WSOF 14 main event showdown with Jake Shields, which took place just last night (Sat., Oct. 11, 2014) inside Edmonton EXPO Centre at Northlands in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, live on NBC Sports. Ford revealed X-rays of his fractured ulna bone right here. As expected, news of the pre-fight injury raised serious questions about fighter safety, since each combatant is required to pass a physical prior read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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World Series of Fighting welterweight Ryan Ford competed against Jake Shields with a broken right arm in the main event of Saturday’s WSOF 14 “U.S. vs. Canada.” read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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According to an interview he gave before WSOF 14, Canadian welterweight Ryan Ford competed against former Strikeforce and UFC standout Jake Shields with a broken arm. The video of the interview has been taken down and the timing of the interview is unclear. "Part of this game is putting your body through hard work and, unfortunately, two days ago on Tuesday at the end of sparring, I broke my arm," Ford says. "I found that out yesterday after seeing my doctor for my X-ray results. I have a broken read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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Ryan Ford couldn’t capitalize on an early knockdown and instead suffered a submission loss to Jake Shields, but the Canadian welterweight appears to have entered this weekend’s bout with an injury.Filed under: News, Videos, WSOF read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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"Part of this game is putting your body through hard work and unfortunately, two days ago on Tuesday at the end of sparring, I broke my arm. I found that out yesterday after seeing my doctor for my X-ray results. I have a broken ulna bone, the same one that I actually broke with Michael Hill and it's just above the plate that was put in my arm. I don't have a choice but to fight. It's funny, I have the toughest challenge ahead of me on October 11 against Jake Shields and now I get thrown with an read news >>

  • a month ago
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Ben Rothwell will remember UFC Fight Night “Jacare vs. Mousasi 2” for a plethora of reasons. read news >>

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