- 2 months ago
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Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) bantamweight kingpin Renan Barao passed out while trying to make weight for his championship rematch against TJ Dillashaw, which was scheduled for the UFC 177 main event last August inside Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California. See how it all went down here. Not only did the Brazilian lose the opportunity to fight for the strap in "Sactown," he was also denied a chance to get it back when he makes his Octagon return later this month, hence the ma read news >>
Bellator MMA recently revealed the early portion of its 2015 schedule, which features four title fights in the first quarter. read news >>
MEXICO CITY – While heavyweight slugger Mark Hunt is on the eve of the biggest fight of his life, he didn’t seem to be having the best week of his fighting career. That’s all changed.Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>
The transformation that is Hector Lombard, continues. Brendan Schaub recently decided to ditch his old "Hybrid" nickname in favor of being called "Big Brown," and now Hector Lombard is following suit. The man formerly known as "Shango" "Lightning" will henceforth be known as "Showeather." That's according to a recent Facebook post from the welterweight standout. Check it out: "Hector 'Lightning' Lombard and the brand has undergone a significant transformation. I wanted my new identity to satisfy read news >>
- 2 years ago
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UFC President Dana White said that changes were coming to “The Ultimate Fighter,” and he has delivered on that promise. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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A new diet didn't quite do the trick during his most recent appearance in the Octagon, so Kamal Shalorus went back to the drawing board and decided a change in training camps might be the secret to cracking into the UFC win column.
The Iranian-born Shalorus - who is coming off back-to-back third-round submission losses - relocated from Antoni Hardonk's Dynamix MMA camp in California to Kai Zen MMA in Virginia.
It's part of his preparation for next week's bout against Rafael dos Anjos a read news >>
- 4 years ago
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Miguel Torres still is signing the praises of trainer Firas Zahabi eight months after he packed up his things and went to work with him at Tristar Gym in Montreal.
Torres, a former WEC bantamweight champion who makes his UFC debut Saturday at UFC 126, said it took but 15 minutes for Zahabi to win him over, and the trainer has influenced not only his fighting philosophies but his personal ones, as well.
But fighting is what he's here to do, and Torres said the most important of Zahabi's c read news >>