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From Yahoo Sports: What's next for Jackson after his move back to the UFC? Even Dana White doesn't know yet. read news >>

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From Yahoo Sports: What's next for Jackson after his move back to the UFC? Even Dana White doesn't know yet. read news >>

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There are a number of different ways UFC can approach its latest signing, Rampage Jackson. But using the old star on the way out to make new stars may not be a role Jackson relishes. For the second time in three weeks, one of the biggest stories after a UFC show wasn't about the winner of the main event, but rather a major signing from another organization. While the signing of C.M. Punk two weeks ago was controversial in the sense he had never fought professionally, there was no question about read news >>

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It may not have been advertised for Saturday, or gone on last, but nothing felt more important watching UFC on FOX on Saturday night then the buildup for Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier on Jan. 3. Junior Dos Santos and Stipe Miocic went on last Saturday night, but there was no doubt watching the five-and-a-half hours on FOX and FS 1, what the real main event was. The night was all about promoting Jon Jones' light heavyweight title match with Daniel Cormier on Jan. 3. This is UFC's biggest match, pe read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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The welterweight belt changed hands at UFC 181 on Saturday when Robbie Lawler defeated Johny Hendricks by a controversial split decision. Fighters reacted to the fight via twitter. read news >>

  • 22 days ago
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American kickboxer and Muay Thai fighter, Kevin Ross, spoke to MMAMania about last weekend's S-Cup Shootboxing event in Japan, where his TKO victory over Michihiro Omigawa was overturned to a 'no contest.' The controversial decision eliminated him from the eight-man tournament. Japan, the "Land of the Rising Sun" and the country of controversial officiating and promoter interference. It has often been a common theme for Americans fighting overseas for foreign promotions, that if they don't knock read news >>

  • 24 days ago
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A lot has changed in the seven months since Quinton "Rampage" Jackson squeaked out a decision win in Bellator's first and only pay-per-view. While Bellator underwent massive internal upheaval throughout the summer, Jackson kept on the sidelines, staying largely silent about the replacement of his biggest supporter, Bellator founder Bjorn Rebney, with the wizard of Strikeforce, Scott Coker. But as Jackson is wont to do, he eventually broke that silence with an ominous tweet late last month, musin read news >>

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Frankie Edgar's demolition of Cub Swanson on Saturday night may bring us back to the inevitable fork in the road. Edgar, based on beating Swanson, and he did far more than just beat him, should be the top contender for Jose Aldo's featherweight title. That is, if decisions on who gets title shots are based on what one has proven inside the cage. Conor McGregor should be the top contender for Aldo based on the ability to make people interested in seeing a fight. The decisions in these circumstanc read news >>

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The BJJ Scout's Metamoris 5 preview so perfectly captured a shift in the MMA metagame it demanded to be included in our series. Metamoris 5 is tonight and the BJJ Scout put out a fantastic video breaking down the main event of Renzo Gracie vs Kazushi Sakuraba. In the video the BJJ Scout the clash of styles between Renzo and Sakuraba as jiu jitsu vs catch wrestling, but also frames in term of the evolution of MMA grappling. Sakuraba was a catch wrestler but learned how jiu jitsu fighters fought b read news >>

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While much has changed in MMA over the past few years, at least we can take comfort in knowing that fewer things still liven up a Nick Diaz interview faster than the mention of Georges St-Pierre's name. In classic Diaz fashion, Stockton's favorite son meandered through a myriad of topics during Monday's appearance The MMA Hour, from his near two-year layoff to his upcoming return fight against Anderson Silva UFC 183. But without a doubt, the subject that fired Diaz up the most was his old welter read news >>

  • a month ago
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. It was only minutes into Saturday night's Bellator broadcast that it was clear this was a new company. Late replacement, and relatively unknown fighter Joe "The Doctor" Vedepo, came out with a large video wall behind him, flanked by two models in nurses outfits. Not to be outdone, his opponent, "King" Mo Lawal, who is used to theatrics from his career roots in Japan, came out with women in skimpy bikini bottoms. Bellator 2.0 is absolutely nothing like Bellator 1.0. Whether this is good or bad read news >>

  • a month ago
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Justin Gaethje nearly pulled out of his fight with Melvin Guillard after Guillard badly missed weight for their originally scheduled championship bout. Melvin Guillard threw away his chances at a World Series of Fighting championship when he missed weight by 3.8 lbs on his first attempt. He was given 2 hours to drop the excess pounds, and while he did give it a valiant effort, his staggering decrease from 158.8 lbs to 158.6 was still not enough to have his fight with Justin Gaethje continue as a read news >>

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Rory MacDonald has officially changed his nickname from ‘Ares’ to ‘Red King’ ahead of hi expected title shot. Rory MacDonald is looking to undergo a complete gimmick overhaul ahead of his anticipated UFC title shot in 2015. The Canadian welterweight, who appears to be next in line to face the winner between 170-pound champ Johny Hendricks and challenger Robbie Lawler, recently changed his hairstyle to a Mohawk, according to MMAFighting.com's Ariel Helwani, who reported the news on Wednesday's ed read news >>

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The UFC's dual weekend events across the globe were shows that were almost exactly opposite to what we were told a few months ago was the business strategy of international shows in different time zones. The original idea was to get them in prime time in the local market, so they could air live on local television when the most fans possible would be watching. The UFC has a fan base that may watch shows in early afternoon or at 3 a.m. if need be, but continually running in bad local time slots w read news >>

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