The fact is, violence is not only not a beautiful thing, but it's also very painful and not without consequences for the perpetrator, as well as the victim. --Clint Eastwood If you stand in front of him, Matt Brown will knock you the fuck out. Or in some near-death cases, like that of resilient Brazilian punching bag Erick Silva, he'll play whack-a-mole with your dome until you think your name is "Diane" and you're a waitress from Indiana. That's the kind of violence you can expect from an "Immo read news >>
- 3 months ago
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In Round #413 EUGENE S. ROBINSON, the erstwhile KNUCKLE UP host, sleep agent and super soldier of the future [with the "S" standing for "Succotash"], goes into the best-of-times-worst-of-times-mode wherein he lauds UFC 174 for being like his much-loved apple pie even if it was a moldy, past-sell-by-date piece of apple-pie dreck, that is: UFC 174 was fine and yet it sucked. read news >>
- 4 months ago
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On this week's edition of Shameless MMA, we spoke with UFC lightweight John "The Bull" Makdessi. Topics include a recap of?? UFC Fight Night 40: Brown vs. Silva and the Bellator PPV curse. read news >>
- 4 months ago
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The Bellator pay-per-view curse is in full effect, as lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez has been forced to withdraw from the Bellator 120 main event. read news >>
The posters advertising UFC 163 make it tough to tell if you're about to watch a professional MMA fight or a monster movie. read news >>
Ryan Couture always knew his last name would be a blessing and a curse. The son of UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture knew that following in his father's fighting footsteps would mean dealing with the spotlight every step of the way. read news >>
Sure seems like a lot of people are assuming that the UFC 154 main event is a lock for Georges St-Pierre.
In this edition of The Twitter Mailbag, we deal with questions about how a successful GSP title defense against Carlos Condit will impact the future of the UFC, and what's to become of that middleweight belt with Anderson Silva talking about taking an extended vacation.
All that, plus insight on how marijuana legislation will effect state athletic commissions, an examination of the read news >>
- 3 years ago
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It turns out the third time is not a charm.
Results of an MRI conducted today confirmed that Alessio Sakara has torn his ACL and will be out a minimum of six to eight months, a representative from American Top Team confirmed today with MMAjunkie.com.
The news spoils Sakara's bout with Jorge Rivera, which was targeted for UFC 133 on Aug. 6 at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
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It could be the curse of New Year's Day.
A little more than a month ago, UFC 125 was looking super sweet with a headlining title bout between lightweight champ Frankie Edgar and challenger Gray Maynard, a heavyweight co-main-event between Shane Carwin and Roy Nelson, and the octagon debut of newly minted UFC featherweight champ Jose Aldo.
A few weeks later, only the headliner remains. And they've got answers for their critics.
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- 4 years ago
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Six months ago, UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar said he was "literally on my death bed" following a particularly vicious case of diverticulitis.
Now recovered, he's in good spirits and unusually cheery heading into Saturday's UFC 116 event.
In our official event preview, MMAjunkie.com's Steven Marrocco wonders if Lesnar's new lease on life will produce a better fighter or if interim champion Shane Carwin can expose his
weaknesses in their pay-per-view headliner.
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- 5 years ago
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The hits just keep on coming. Another fighter has fallen victim to the UFC 98 injury curse as Houston Alexander has been forced to withdraw due to a broken hand he suffered during training. read news >>