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  • 5 days ago
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China will open up its market for commercial sporting events, which could mean an easier entry for the UFC. During the last two decades, China has imposed rules where government approval is required for all private entities that wish to host sporting events in the country. It's a state-dominated industry, and that process includes mandatory fees for sports 'watchdogs' which they base on the company's 'importance' and 'ability to attract advertisers'. This has hindered some private investors and read news >>

  • a month ago
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From Yahoo Sports: Lauren Murphy took her 8-year-son to a jiu-jitsu academy in Alaska. He didn't like it. She did. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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SAO PAULO – Alexander Yakovlev knew he didn’t have to agree to travel to Brazil for his UFC debut, not to mention accept a fight with Demain Maia. But he also never considered turning it down.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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They didn't fall? Inconceivable!... The Bellator PPV numbers are in and they're much higher than anyone expected. For most the expected buy rate for Bellator's first PPV was somewhere between 35-50,000, with anything over that being considered a pretty big win all around. The idea of pulling anywhere near 100,000 was largely thought of as a pipe dream. Something that only the WEC and Affliction had been able to come close to, and those companies were buoyed by rosters of top talent fighting in t read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Read Karim Zidan’s “diary entry” and musings regarding the pre- and post-fight happenings at Bellator 119 in Ontario. Covering Bellator MMA can take you to some obscure places. In my case, it has taken me to Windsor, Ontario, and now Orillia, Ontario - a place that I am certain, had I selected another career path, I would have never even known existed. It is an odd, yet somewhat fitting setting for MMA's No. 2 promotion: a remote location and a Casino. Instead of returning to BloodyElbow with a read news >>

  • a year ago
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As dour as the IOC's removal of wrestling from the Olympics is, UFC president Dana White says that he "can't be the guy to try and run out and save wrestling." read news >>

  • a year ago
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Marlon Sandro has been so close to the mountaintop he could practically have reached out to plant his flag. Twice. But twice, he has come up short. Friday, Sandro begins the road back to what he hopes is another appearance in a Bellator tournament championship - and what he hopes ultimately will be a different result. Sandro meets Dustin Neace at Bellator 81 with the hope of setting the tone for a breakout 2013. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Rick Hawn didn't have it easy, but his entry into Bellator's season-six lightweight tourney proved to be the right decision. Hawn outpointed a game Brent Weedman to win the eight-man competition at Bellator 70, which took place tonight at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. Additionally, Luis Nogueira advanced to the finals of the bantamweight tournament with an impressive KO of Hiroshi Nakamura, and heavyweight champ Cole Konrad skated through his first title defense. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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Bryan Baker, a Bellator Fighting Championships veteran who's revealed his battle with chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML) just this past year, left Saturday's Bellator 43 event with a king's ransom. In addition to a signature career win over Joe Riggs, the knockout earned him entry into Bellator's season-five middleweight tournament. Oh yeah, he left First Council Casino in Newkirk, Okla., with a new fiancee, as well. read news >>

  • 4 years ago
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A new blog entry posted late Wednesday under Quinton “Rampage” Jackson’s name on the fighter’s official Web site says the former UFC light heavyweight champion will be returning to the promotion to complete his contract. read news >>

  • 4 years ago
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Recently crowned Strikeforce light-heavyweight champion Gegard Mousasi posted a blog entry on the official M-1 Global website over the weekend. Of the more interesting points in the blog, Mousasi, confirmed he will be a part of the Emelianenko vs. Rogers card, with an opponent to be named later. He also discussed his interest in one day fighting for the UFC, but is in no hurry to leave Strikeforce. read news >>

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