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LAS VEGAS -- Kelvin Gastelum's weight cut was going about as well as could be expected, according to his coach Chance Farrar. UFC Embedded cameras caught Gastelum at 179 pounds Friday morning. Farrar said Gastelum got down to 174 a few hours later, only three pounds off the welterweight maximum and well within striking distance of the mark. When Gastelum and his team returned to the hotel room, though, things went horribly wrong. Farrar, the head coach of Yuma MMA, said Gastelum "became non-resp read news >>

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UFC welterweight competitor Kelvin Gastelum was reportedly hospitalized with flu-like symptoms prior to the UFC 183 weigh-ins. After it was initially reported by BleacherReport.com's Jeremy Botter that UFC welterweight Kelvin Gastelum had once again encountered a rough weight cut and was apparently hospitalized, other sources are now reporting that Gastelum was dealing with "flu-like symptoms" throughout fight week. MMAFighting.com's Ariel Helwani took to twitter shortly before the weigh-ins to read news >>

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Another rough weight cut for UFC 183 co-headliner Kelvin Gastelum has apparently resulted in hospitalization for the welterweight contender. Kelvin Gastelum is one of the sport's fastest rising prospects and now a top 10 welterweight. But with roughly an hour to go before the UFC 183 weigh-ins, Bleacher Report's Jeremy Botter has reported via Twitter that Gastelum has once again come across issues with his weight cut, and this time it has resulted in hospitalization. However, according to UFC pr read news >>

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Looks like someone got a little overly festive this holiday season. Joe Vedepo is a longtime vet of the MMA fight scene. He made his pro debut back in 2005, and by 2008 he was fighting for the UFC. An 0-2 stint saw him get bounced to the regionals, where he made his way to Bellator, where he's competed almost exclusively since 2012. Most recently, he lost to King Mo Lawal on the main card of Bellator 131. Now, even his spot on the Bellator roster may be in jeopardy, as local Iowa City ABC affili read news >>

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Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva was hospitalized on Nov. 3 with lower back pain after a jiu-jitsu session at X-Gym in Rio de Janeiro, and he thought for a moment his career would be over. "The Spider," who is training to get back in action on Jan. 31 against Nick Diaz after shattering his left leg in a rematch with Chris Weidman in 2013, was afraid he wouldn’t be able to walk again. "I couldn’t move or feel my legs and feet," Silva told Veja Rio. "I was scared. I had never experi read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva was apparently hospitalized on Monday, but it won’t affect a major pay-per-view fight he has planned for early next year.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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The highly anticipated fight between former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva and former Strikeforce and EliteXC champion Nick Diaz has hit another speed bump, but its destination and estimated time of arrival remain unchanged. According to Ivan Raupp of Combate (h/t Karim Zidan of Bloody Elbow), "The Spider" spent Monday night in a hospital after collapsing following a workout. Silva then described that he was feeling intense pain and was unable to feel his legs. After several tests, Sil read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Anderson Silva was hospitalized on Monday but is still expected to compete at UFC 183, according to a report from Brazilian outlet Combate. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Fortunately, his condition is not considered serious and his Nick Diaz fight is not in jeopardy. That had to be a chaotic scene. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight titleholder Anderson Silva was rushed to the hospital on Monday after collapsing during training camp in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, suffering from severe pain in his lower back and unable to feel either of his legs. Considering what "The Spider" went through this past year, I'm sure the hospital is the last place he read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Anderson Silva was recently hospitalized in Rio de Janeiro, but his return to the Octagon is not in jeopardy. Silva, who is scheduled to meet former Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz on Jan. 31 in Las Vegas, was rushed to the hospital on Monday morning after a training session at X-Gym in Rio. According to a report from Combate, Silva felt severe back pain while trying to stand up after training jiu-jitsu, and went back to the floor in pain. "The Spider" got desperate when he realized read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva was hospitalized on Monday with severe back pain. In sudden and dramatic fashion, Anderson Silva found himself hospitalized with severe back pain following a workout on Monday evening. Silva, who was training at XGym in Rio de Janeiro, noticed severe back pain following his workout and collapsed to the floor in pain and desperately revealed that he could no longer feel his legs. This continued for several minutes before he was placed on a stretcher read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Jose Aldo's penis is in the news this week, and of course I am here to tell you all about it. Turns out the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight kingpin was recently hospitalized with a painful case of kidney stones, but was able to get the hook up from local doctors and quickly peed them right out. His coach, André "Dedé" Pederneiras, talks to Globo: "Aldo had problem with kidney stones since he was 16. After fighting the Korean Zombie (in August 2013), he also expelled a stone. A read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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A month before his next UFC title defense, Jose Aldo was hospitalized in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The UFC featherweight champion, who is scheduled to defend his title against Chad Mendes at UFC 179 on Oct. 25, was hospitalized on Friday and diagnosed with kidney stones. According to a report from Combate, he was released from the hospital on the same day. "Aldo has this renal calculi issue since he was 16 years old. After his fight against ‘Korean Zombie,’ he also expelled a stone. Same thing las read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo was hospitalized last Friday for kidney stones, according to a report by Brazilian media outlet Combate. read news >>

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