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Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz wants fight promotions to provide post-career mental healthcare. "Us fighter put our lives on the line to entertain the fans that watch," Ortiz told Inside MMA. "Look at Jason 'Mayhem' Miller, War Machine. I'm not defending anything they did. Everything they did was wrong in their own right, but a lot of these fighters take a lot of head trauma, head damage, as you see in professional football." Miller was arrested earlier this month at his Califo read news >>

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Which is why Sanchez would even consider dropping to featherweight to face "Notorious." Conor McGregor gets under a lot of people's skin With his outspoken, take-no-prisoners attitude, "Notorious" has made more enemies than friends in his first years with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). But, it's not like he's in the hurt business to make buddies. Among the many included in the laundry list of fighters who have felt Conor's verbal wrath is Diego Sanchez. The fiery Irishman has already thre read news >>

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Jose Aldo puts on a career defining performance in the face of a stiff challenge from Chad Mendes. The UFC 179 fight card was saved by its main event, where Jose Aldo and Chad Mendes put on a Fight of the Year contender and all-time great UFC title fight. The fight was amazing but it was stacked on top of garbage as the evening dragged on with sub-par fight after sub-par fight. The gravity of the main event washed away the dulldrums of the rest of the card. Make no mistake, Aldo's win over Mende read news >>

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RIO DE JANEIRO – Beneil Dariush completely shut down the fast-twitch attack of Diego Ferreira, dominating every facet of their fight en route to a unanimous decision.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Before he became a world champion grappler and undefeated UFC fighter, Gilbert Burns struck a deal in an auto shop that eventually set the path for his future endeavors.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Fabricio Camoes knows MMA can be grueling. After all, this is a fighter who, in just second pro bout, went more than 25 minutes against MMA great and eventual UFC champion Anderson Silva. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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There is little dispute that UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo is among the best fighters in the world. Check out Joe Rogan’s list of the best eight Aldo moments so far. Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Coach Mike Riordan takes a look back at Phil Davis' college wrestling career to explain why the UFC light heavyweight's excellent mat pedigree doesn't always translate to the cage. After tepid performances against Rashad Evans and Anthony Johnson, fight fans have openly wondered why a four-time NCAA Division I wrestling All American and champion doesn't make better use of his wrestling against opponents with less heralded wrestling backgrounds. The truth of the matter is that Davis was, and is, read news >>

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Following a rebound win that likely saved his UFC career, former Strikeforce champion Nate Marquardt will look to build momentum against Brad Tavares on January 3. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal's Adam Hill, Marquardt and Tavares have been booked to meet at UFC 182, which will be hosted by the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Marquardt ended his Strikeforce career with a disappointing loss to Tarec Saffiedine, and he responded by losing to Jake Ellenberger and Hector Lombard in hi read news >>

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Bobby Lashley feels like he was viewed as a sideshow when he first entered MMA in 2008. He believes people saw him as little more than another pro-wrestling crossover looking to surf the wave off Brock Lesnar’s momentum.Filed under: Bellator, News read news >>

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It’s strange to think of UFC 179 as a must-win situation for Phil Davis. Theoretically, Davis is still in the thick of his fighting prime. He’s a respectable 12-2-1 and continues to hang around the UFC’s light heavyweight Top 10. Before April’s decision loss to a resurgent Anthony Johnson, he hadn’t tasted defeat in more than two years, and his three-fight win streak included a victory over former champion Lyoto Machida. Nonetheless, Davis’ Saturday showdown with Glover Teixeira feels steeped in read news >>

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