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UFC bantamweight Bethe Correia attempted to enter the Octagon after UFC 184 to challenge Ronda Rousey but was denied entry by the promotion. Bethe Correia has made no secret of her disdain for UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, but following UFC 184, Correia attempted to further intensify the rivalry by confronting the champion in the cage after her first round win over Cat Zingano. According to Dave Meltzer's Wrestling Observer, Correia (who has already defeated Rousey's teammates Shayna B read news >>

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Stream or download Wednesday’s edition of MMAjunkie Radio with guests Carla Esparza and Jessica Eye.Filed under: News, Radio, UFC read news >>

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Sarah Kaufman would, of course, love to be the next challenger to champ Ronda Rousey after she faces Alexis Davis next month at UFC 186. Will that happen? Probably not, she admits. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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LOS ANGELES -- UFC women's bantamweight contender Jessica Eye was in attendance at UFC 184 and spoke to the media on a range of issues, including her thoughts on Raquel Pennington vs. Holly Holm, whether she should show opponents more respect and much more. read news >>

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MMAjunkie Radio kicks off at noon ET (9 a.m. PT) with guests Carla Esparza and Jessica Eye. Filed under: MMAjunkie Radio, News, UFC read news >>

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Dan Moret heads into Friday's RFA 24 fight with Bobby Moffet with one eye on the promotion's featherweight championship. read news >>

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Although a lot of people are wondering whether Ronda Rousey can be beaten, UFC President Dana White said there’s no shortage of women willing to try. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Ronda Rousey continued her reign of dominance at UFC 184 with a swift submission finish over Cat Zingano. That may be underselling the finish. It was 14 seconds long, an incredible performance. A fight like that may scare away some challengers, but in the women's bantamweight division, two are still clamoring for a championship opportunity with the most dominant fighter in the UFC today. Their names are Bethe Correia and Jessica Eye. Both women were in Los Angeles for the event. Eye was doing se read news >>

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An unintentional eye poke from Kid Yamamoto led to his UFC 184 fight with Roman Salazar being declared a No Contest. Kid Yamamoto's return to the UFC didn't go quite according to plan. The Japanese legend faced off with Roman Salazar on the preliminary card of UFC 184, and was looking decent over the first few minutes of the fight. But an accidental eye poke ended up stopping the action in the second round, and the bout was declared a No Contest. Both men actually poked each other in the eye in read news >>

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Going into his UFC 184 fight against Roman Salazar at Staples Center, there were many questions about whether legendary Japanese fighter Norfiumi "Kid" Yamamoto still had it. After their bout in Los Angeles, the questions still remain. Salazar, of Scottsdale, Ariz., was ruled unable to continue after taking a brutal double eye poke which was ruled incidental. Referee John McCarthy ruled the bout a no-contest at 2:37 of the round. The bantamweight duo engaged in a back-and-forth first round fille read news >>

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LOS ANGELES – It was not likely the way Norifumi Yamamoto wanted to come back after a layoff in excess of 1,000 days.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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LOS ANGELES -- Jake Ellenberger talks about his UFC 184 fight against Josh Koscheck, his last loss, the state of his career, the mental side of the game, and much more. read news >>

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Poke and choke FTW! Urijah Faber earned his second straight victory in Dec. 2014, submitting Francisco Rivera in round two of their bantamweight bout at UFC 181. But, it wasn't without controversy. Moments before sinking in a fight-ending bulldog choke, "The California Kid" accidentally poked Rivera's right eye (see it), causing him to visibly wince in pain and discomfort. A few seconds later, the fight was over. During today's (Feb. 17, 2015) hearing with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) read news >>

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The outcome of the UFC 181 fight between Urijah Faber and Francisco Rivera will not be changed, even though Faber admitted there was an accidental eye poke. read news >>

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