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Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Director Bob Bennett feels the chances are "very slim" that the governing body would overrule a Yoel Romero Round 3 TKO over Tim Kennedy at UFC 178—in the event an appeal is filed by Kennedy's camp. Bennett told MMA Fighting that he would be surprised to see the result of the entertaining middleweight scrap overturned. "They're very seldom overruled," Bennett told Shaun Al-Shatti. "The likelihood of an appeal being overturned is very slim. I'm not going read news >>

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Leading Nevada official Bob Bennett informed MMAFighitng.com that scenarios such as Kennedy-Romero are “seldom overruled.” It appears Tim Kennedy is unlikely to achieve much following his appeal of Yoel Romero's win on the UFC 178 main card, according to the Nevada State Athletic Commission. The appeal stems from a bizarre incident that took place ahead of the third and final round of action in their feature fight on Saturday night. After Kennedy had begun to mount a comeback in the second round read news >>

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LAS VEGAS – Wanderlei Silva is one of MMA’s most legendary names, but the UFC won’t honor him with a hall of fame induction.Filed under: News read news >>

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Chances are you probably did a double-take when you saw Ben Rothwell and Alistair Overeem take center of the Octagon at UFC Fight Night 50 earlier this month. The heavyweight fighters, already gargantuan in size, seemed bigger. A lot bigger. No, Rothwell and Overeem didn't balloon in size before this fight (Overeem actually came in smaller than he usually does). This Octagon was smaller—exactly five feet smaller. Towering in at 6'4'' and hitting the scales just within heavyweight confines, you t read news >>

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Chris Cariaso likes his chances going into Saturday’s UFC 178 main event against flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson, even if MMA oddsmakers feel differently.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Chances are, Jon Jones will never have another 2011. To say that year was a good one for the UFC light heavyweight champion is a drastic understatement. Simply put, Jones’ 2011 may well go down as the greatest individual year any MMA fighter has ever had. Jones won four straight fights during that calendar turn, capturing the 205-pound title and defeating three former light heavyweight champions in a row in Shogun Rua, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Lyoto Machida. Unfortunately, the ensuing three read news >>

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With a loss damaging their chances in the welterweight title picture, Tyron Woodley and Dong Hyun Kim had a mountain of pressure on their shoulders, and it was “The Chosen One” making quick work of his opponent this past Saturday (Aug. 23, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 48: “Bisping vs. Le” in Macau. Take a look at our fight breakdown below. That's how you take care of business. Tyron Woodley was told "he choked in the big fights" after his lopsided loss against Rory MacDonald at UFC 174. After beatin read news >>

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UFC light-heavyweight competitor Patrick Cummins revealed that he will be rooting for Cormier against Jones and avenge his loss to DC in a title fight someday. Not only does Patrick Cummins believe Daniel Cormier has a "great" shot against Jon Jones, he hopes to one day kill two birds with one stone by avenging his loss to DC in a title fight. "I wanna be the champ," Cummins told Submission Radio. "And more than anything I want revenge against Daniel Cormier. And I think he has a great shot of t read news >>

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Second chances can be difficult to come by. Furthermore, when those opportunities of redemption do materialize, and the road often dreamed about does open up, the only thing one can hope is that... read news >>

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Chances are you’ve heard Aesop’s classic fable about the tortoise and the hare – two unevenly matched competitors who engaged in a race. read news >>

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Somewhere, PT Barnum must be smiling. The saga of Vitor Belfort reached the circus-sideshow stratosphere last week, with the embattled fighter finally releasing the results of his February drug test, after months of claiming the outcome was “irrelevant.” Surprise! He failed. Things stand to get even weirder, when Belfort appears in front of the Nevada State Athletic Commission attempting to secure a license to fight Chael Sonnen at UFC 175. Nobody knows exactly how that bit of regulatory origami read news >>

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