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  • 4 days ago
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Frank Mir knocked out Antonio Silva in 100 seconds on Sunday night in Brazil. But is his quick win sign of a resurgence, or just a delay in his descent? It’s the question every aging former champ faces, and there are few reliable answers.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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I dislike performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) for several reasons. Some of them are rational, such as the fact that they create a vicious cycle of doping and introduce yet another hazardous element to a sport that's already antithetical to physical health. Others are irrational. In short, I dislike PEDs because they're a form of cheating that doesn't take skill or craft on the fighters' part. I respect the kind of cheater who gets away with it because of his own skill, like Floyd Mayweather sneak read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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From Yahoo Sports: After losing three fights in a row, the mercurial star is in no man's land. One thing's for sure though: Diaz can still draw a crowd. read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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From Yahoo Sports: After losing three fights in a row, the mercurial star is in no man's land. One thing's for sure though: Diaz can still draw a crowd. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Veteran UFC flyweight Joseph Benavidez isn’t much of a trash-talker and rarely calls out specific opponents. That’s probably a good thing, considering his current situation.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 7 months ago
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It took UFC welterweight Matt Brown a long time and a lot of ups and downs to learn that the worst thing you can do in a fight is worry about winning it. It’s a lesson he’s struggling to remember as he prepares for Robbie Lawler on Saturday night.Filed (...) read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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The sport of mixed martial arts still isn't sure what to do about the pot smokers in its midst, which is bad news for them. It means they continue to get tested for a drug that remains in their systems far past the point of being active. If they get caught they're subject to punishments that don't fit the crime, all while the issue at the heart of the debate goes unexamined. Just ask Matt Riddle if you don't believe me. read news >>