- 2 months ago
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The UFC makes it's debut in New Zealand with a fight card headlined by two fighters desperately needing a win, as the main event is the first time in UFC history both fighters are coming off of back-to-back losses (three in a row for Marquardt). The card also features a top-flight featherweight clash along with an assortment of regional talent. Will Marquardt be able to get back on the winning track or is Te Huna ready to make his mark in his new home of middleweight? I answer these questions an read news >>
- 3 months ago
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Desperately seeking a momentum-building performance in his latest promotion, 11th-ranked middleweight Gegard Mousasi got that and more by making quick work of seventh-ranked Mark Munoz at UFC Fight Night 41 on Saturday afternoon in Berlin, Germany. Aside from an early slam from Munoz, this bout belonged to Mousasi from the jump. After countering Munoz's second attempt for a takedown and winding up in the top position, Mousasi attempted a modified guillotine choke, which the former NCAA Division read news >>
- 4 months ago
- 36 views
Patricky Freire desperately wanted to be part of tonight’s Bellator pay-per-view debut, but after a few training sessions with his injured hands, he knew it was virtually impossible.Filed under: Bellator, MMA Rumors, News read news >>
Leonard Garcia desperately wants to return to the UFC, but knows he has to keep winning. His next hurdle is Nick Gonzalez at Legacy FC 23 on Friday night. read news >>
MINNEAPOLIS - UFC President Dana White said he was willing to pay an
"astronomical amount of money" to bail Jeremy Stephens out of jail in time to
compete at Friday's UFC on FX 5 event.
Stephens was arrested by the Minneapolis Police Department hours before
While many wondered why White was seemingly jumping through hoops to
take care of the incarcerated fighter, the UFC boss said the reason was
simple: Stephens insists he is innocent, and White has no reason not to
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- 2 years ago
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LAS VEGAS - Stuck in a 1-3 skid, Roy Nelson desperately needed a victory - not only to prove he deserved a spot on an all-star heavyweights-only lineup, but also to save his job.
Against fellow heavyweight Dave Herman, "Big Country" got it in remarkable fashion with a single shot that carried him to a quick and efficient first-round victory.
The main-card bout was part of UFC 146 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and aired on pay-per-view following prelims on FX and Facebook.
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- 4 years ago
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Two fighters desperately in need of victories got them at Friday's Adrenaline MMA show. read news >>