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Charmaine Tweet flew all the way to Houston from Saskatchewan. Her opponent, Faith Van Duin, came from halfway around the world: New Zealand. The two women were supposed to face off at Invicta FC 10 with the winner getting a leg up in the featherweight division. But two days before the Dec. 5 event, the fight was canceled. The official line was the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) wouldn't let Tweet compete due to "medical concerns." The details were concerning. Tweet had take read news >>

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Dan Henderson may be in the twilight of his career, but it doesn’t sound like he plans on riding off into the sunset just yet. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Turning the calendar for a new year brings countless resolutions and new motivations for people to change their lives. Filed under: News read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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PHOENIX – It’s approaching two years since the last time Stefan Struve stepped inside a cage for a fight. The path he took to return to the UFC was a rough one.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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While new UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler went 25 full minutes to down now-former champ Johny Hendricks, “Ruthless” escaped without a medical suspension.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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If you get punched in the head for a living, chances are you're going to suffer some degree of brain damage. But to what degree is difficult to measure. As is the timeline in which potential effects can occur. Retired Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight Krzysztof Soszynski, just 37, struggles to count backwards from 20 and frequently suffers from memory loss. Tito Ortiz told Inside MMA it might be time for top mixed martial arts (MMA) promotions to start thinking about longter read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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MMA fighters seem to think that drinking their own urine is good for you. Recent studies suggest that MMA fighters may be wrong. This may come as a shock to the MMA community, but the origins of drinking what you micturate didn't start with Luke Cummo, or Lyoto Machida exchanging a golden shower toast with Brazilian news reporters. Pee imbibing actually goes as for back as the Aztecs. Back when they were building Tenochtitlan, and amassing trade items like jewels, they were learning how the meta read news >>

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Fabricio Camoes knows MMA can be grueling. After all, this is a fighter who, in just second pro bout, went more than 25 minutes against MMA great and eventual UFC champion Anderson Silva. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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With competitors in Battlegrounds MMA’s one-night, eight-man welterweight tournament facing as many as 45 minutes and nine rounds of fighting, the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission is taking additional safety precautions. read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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A run-down of a proposal that would add multiple weigh-ins for professional fighters. This comes in response to multiple fighters on he UFC 177 card having weight cutting related medical issues. This is a guest post by KJ Gould. Whenever a professional sport implements rule changes for the benefit of either paying audiences, commercial masters or the health and well being of its competitors, after the ubiquitous backlash of naysayers and worse case scenario 'what if?' ponderings, athletes eventu read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Few had the privilege of witnessing the extraordinary rise and fall of Brock Lesnar firsthand in the UFC. One of the lucky few, Paul Heyman—a longtime friend and manager of Lesnar—claims the former UFC heavyweight champ would still be holding the belt if not for his chronic health issues. In a recent interview with Damon Martin of Fox Sports, Heyman put it bluntly in stating his case regarding Lesnar's potential. "If Brock Lesnar ever fought healthy in the UFC, I don't see any fighter that could read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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But only if the circumstances were a "no-brainer." After losing to Alistair Overeem at UFC 141 back in 2011, thanks to a well-placed liver kick, Brock Lesnar walked away from mixed martial arts (MMA) and returned to his old stomping grounds of pro wrestling. It was an unfortunate end to Brock's MMA career, which saw him win the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight title three years prior -- after only his third fight inside the Octagon -- by knocking out Randy Couture at UFC 91. Lesn read news >>

  • 7 months ago
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After rumors emerged this week that former UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans was interested in making a move to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), 'Suga' clarifies the situation. Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter indicated Wednesday that Evans had discussed the possible switch with pro wrestling officials over the July 4 holiday weekend in Las Vegas at the UFC Fan Expo. According to Meltzer, Evans' name has been on a short list of UFC fighters in talks to make the tra read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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Dennis Hallman says Ronda Rousey may have 'mental issues' , and details a time where the UFC champ absolutely went off on one of the producers from The Ultimate Fighter. Dennis Hallman was brought in as a guest coach during The Ultimate Fighter 18 with Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate as coaches, and apart from an altercation with Rousey's coach in Edmond Tarverdyan, he says there were other run ins that happened behind the scenes. The former UFC fighter recently went on the record, and among the in read news >>

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