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Christmas may have come early for the UFC, as reports are surfacing that former light heavyweight champion Quinton "Rampage" Jackson is possibly poised to return to his former home. The news was first reported by MMAJunkie.com's Steven Marrocco on Twitter: I'm hearing Rampage just signed a deal with UFC for announce Sat. I'm skeptical. He's under contract with Bellator. — Steven Marrocco (@MMAjunkieSteven) December 20, 2014 This move, if true, is a surprising turn for 'Page. Jackson had one of t read news >>

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The UFC’s recent deal with Reebok has forever changed the landscape of fighter sponsorship in the promotion. And while the details of the deal are still trickling out, one fighter is already seeking alternate cashflow opportunities.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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"Vai Cavalo" sees as a motivation for beginners the way that the Reebok money will be split. UFC interim Heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum feels that the Reebok deal with the promotion will be good, at least for him. At the top of his form, "Vai Cavalo" told Brazilian media that the money split being tied with the ranking system will be good to motivate all of the fighters. "There is not yet a definition but I think that it's going to be good for who is battling and running after since a long read news >>

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While the financial details of the new UFC-Reebok deal remain shrouded in secrecy, UFC champions Ronda Rousey and Jon Jones have inked individual deals with Reebok. read news >>

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When the UFC's landmark, six-year deal with Reebok was announced two weeks ago, it was understood that top-tier stars would benefit. Tuesday, Reebok announced that UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey had signed on to represent the brand. According to the company's press release, Jones and Rousey "will be working closely with Reebok to help develop and launch the brand's new range of UFC apparel, as well as a new collection of footwear and appar read news >>

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The UFC Flyweight champ has long had a lucrative Xbox sponsorship and he spoke to Mike Bohn about the implications of the UFC's Reebok deal. While fighters and fans are still waiting to find out the brass tacks details of the UFC's exclusive uniform deal with Reebok, one UFC champ is open with his concerns about the deal. UFC Flyweight champ Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson spoke with MMA Junkie's Mike Bohn. The champ didn't pull any punches. "Obviously I can't wear Xbox in the octagon anymore, read news >>

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Xbox and Microsoft backed UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson has one of the most well-known fighter-sponsor partnerships in the sport. So how will the UFC’s Reebok deal affect his income?Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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PHOENIX, Ariz. -- Nate Diaz's fight week ahead of UFC on FOX 13 has been interesting, to say the least. A veteran with a rocky history of dealings with the UFC, including a recent yearlong contract holdout, Diaz first missed Wednesday's open workouts, then badly missed weight at Friday's weigh-ins. But the most noteworthy of Diaz's performances came at Thursday's media day, when for an hour Diaz spoke about as bluntly as a UFC fighter ever has, offering his honest and critical thoughts on everyt read news >>

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Lost in the shuffle from Joe Rogan's brutally honest critique of Brendan Schaub's career, Schaub discussed how the UFC's sponsorship deal with Reebok already has cost him six of his own sponsors. UFC 181 was probably the toughest weekend of Brendan Schaub's MMA career. Not only did he get dominated in a TKO loss to Travis Browne, and then given a highly critical assessment by friend and UFC analyst Joe Rogan, but on his "Fighter and the Kid" podcast with Bryan Callen, he revealed that his sponso read news >>

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The UFC-Reebok deal is effective July 6, 2015, but some fighters have already lost money because of the UFC uniform. From July 2015 on, UFC fighters won’t be allowed to bring their own sponsors to the Octagon with them, on shorts or banners, and a few brands decided to step away from the business now. UFC 181, which took place Dec. 6 in Las Vegas, was the first UFC card since the announcement of the promotion’s deal with Reebok, and heavyweight veteran Brendan Schaub, who met Travis Browne in th read news >>

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Talk about a tough week. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight Brendan Schaub was pounded out by Travis Browne at the UFC 181 pay-per-view (PPV) event last weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada (highlights here), then had his friend Joe Rogan tell him to call it a career on his live podcast (more on that here). The same place where "Big Brown" (via Bleacher Report) announced the loss of six of his sponsors. "I make two times as much money on sponsors than I do on what the UFC pays me," he said read news >>

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UFC international executive Tom Wright discusses the latest on the UFC Canada broadcast deal as well as how many events will take place in Canada throughout 2015. read news >>

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Brian D'Souza and John S. Nash join Kid Nate to discuss the UFC's new uniform deal with Reebok and what it might mean for Zuffa, MMA fighters and the competition. read news >>

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Most questions regarding whether fighters will benefit from UFC's landmark six-year contract with Reebok can't be answered until the deal is in play and fighters can make comparisons. But what appears to almost be a sure thing, is that Bellator, and its top fighters, will benefit by suddenly being the best option for the displaced UFC sponsorship dollars. It's way too early to know the ramifications of UFC's deal with Reebok. The deal announced on Tuesday essentially eliminates all other sponsor read news >>

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