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From Yahoo Sports: Elias Theodorou fights Bruno Santos on Saturday but may be better known for his modeling gigs. read news >>

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Your weekly look at what big show veterans are up to on the regional circuit. This past Tuesday, Trevor Prangley (33-11-1, 2-2 UFC, 3-3-1 Strikeforce, 0-1 Bellator) rode a two-fight win streak to Moscow to square off with surging light-heavyweight Maxim Grishin (18-6-0) in the main event of Fight Nights: Battle 17. Prangley, the reigning King of the Cage light-heavyweight champion, hasn't lost a fight stateside in three years. However, his last trip to Russia, for a fight with Bellator veteran V read news >>

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From Yahoo Sports: Elias Theodorou fights Bruno Santos on Saturday but may be better known for his modeling gigs. read news >>

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If, in the calming wake of Conor McGregor's latest and largest step toward fighting superstardom, you thought you were done hearing about Irish MMA fighters for a while, you done thought wrong. The Irish are just getting warmed up. Have you got a minute? Let me fill you in. Because as it happens, you don't even get a full week off. This Saturday afternoon, welterweight Cathal Pendred—he of The Ultimate Fighter 19 and the rescued dolphin and so on—will try to run his official UFC record to 2-0 at read news >>

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Big Nog wants one more crack at Frank Mir. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira can't forget his feud with Frank Mir, who already beat "Minotauro" two times. However, the possibility of ending his career having at least one victory over his rival is a big motivator for Big Nog. He asked for a third shot at Mir before his retirement in an interview for Globo. "I'm 'choking' about his last win. I want to fight against him again, for sure, face him and impose my pace. I want this bout for 2015, this is my plan read news >>

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With a hard-fought win over Eddie Alvarez, Donald Cerrone took a big jump into the top 5 of the USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA lightweight rankings.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, News, UFC, WSOF read news >>

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Wins for Conor McGregor, Dominick Cruz, and Yoel Romero rocketed them up the rankings, while a loss for Eddie Alvarez was still good enough to see him enter lightweight's top 10. When you have a card like UFC 178, filled to the brim with ranked fighters and high-level match-ups, you tend to get a slew of changes in the rankings to start off the next week. That's exactly what happened here, as all but two weight classes saw changes to their top 15 as a direct result of the fights from last Saturd read news >>

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Conor McGregor's coach John Kavanagh reflects on McGregor's UFC 178 win and ahead to another big weekend. read news >>

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Big John McCarthy may be the best referee in combat sports, but he got “owned” on Saturday night at UFC 178, according to Tim Kennedy. The legendary referee is being blamed for the unintentional hand he had in “Stoolgate,” a controversial incident that occurred in the main card bout between top middleweight contenders Kennedy and Yoel Romero. Early on, it was business as usual in the cage. Romero’s overbearing strength and athleticism appeared to be too much for Kennedy, who got picked apart on read news >>

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Heavyweight Sean McCorkle is retiring from competing in mixed martial arts. "Big Sexy" appeared on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour to make it official. The 38-year old McCorkle last fought on Sept. 20 in a rematch with Richard White in Square Ring Promotions, and lost via first round armbar. Over his last six fights, McCorkle lost five, including his rematch with Polish strongman Mariusz Pudzianowski at KSW 24 in Sept of last year. That one came via unanimous decision in a two-round main event. read news >>

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Chael Sonnen walked softly, and carried a big microphone. People comparing Conor McGregor to the former Middleweight contender have it utterly wrong about the Irish star in the making. When you cover mixed martial arts the way I do, you end up tuning certain things out, both by choice, and chance. A Bloody Elbow reader took me to task the other day for making a comment about why I wouldn't understand what makes Conor McGregor polarizing. My work here is pretty specific: I break down what I predi read news >>

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