- 8 months ago
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“Big Rigg” is interested in a rematch against Georges St-Pierre but is also content with building his legacy without a second fight against the former champ. Johny Hendricks would love an opportunity to avenge his loss to Georges St-Pierre, but will hold no resentment if the former champion remains retired. The UFC welterweight champion stopped by the UFC Tonight studio, where he discussed his recovery from bicep surgery, as well as his interest in rematching GSP in the future. Hendricks stated read news >>
Why do we even bother fighting a losing war against performance-enhancing substances? Maybe because the alternative is letting a battle for chemical superiority consume a sport that’s supposed to be about two people alone in a cage together.Filed under: (...) read news >>
Sonnen's over-the-top schtick may bother some, but it helps boost the UFC's popularity. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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Lyoto Machida manager Ed Soares is disappointed that his fighter won't get the next shot at the light heavyweight title, but not overly bent out of shape.
The way he sees it, the title shot was a welcomed bonus, not an expectation.
"Whatever the UFC wants is fine," Soares told MMAjunkie.com. "I'm not tripping on that."
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Late replacements and last minute changes don't seem to bother Stefan Struve who made short work of Lavar Johnson ending the fight early in the first round.
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Zac George has not fought in a while, but that does not seem to bother the Team Quest product read news >>