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  • 14 days ago
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Former UFC middleweight superstar, Chael P. Sonnen tells the story of how a humiliating run-in at the first UFC fan expo let to a job with ESPN. Making the most of any given situation is a task that most successful people are quite adept at. In our fair sport, there are few examples that stand out more than Chael Sonnen. The recently retired UFC middleweight has taken Life's lemons and made lemonade on more than one occasion, creating opportunities for himself and finding ways to shine while und read news >>

  • 22 days ago
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By nearly any substantial metric, Friday’s UFC event in Australia would normally be a ho-hum endeavor. But this event is benefiting legitimate bad blood.Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, Radio Highlight, UFC, Videos read news >>

  • 29 days ago
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No one ever wants to lose a job, but for Invicta FC 9’s Amanda Bell, her recent split from her longtime employer has produced only positive results. Filed under: News read news >>

  • a month ago
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Referee "Big" John McCarthy didn't appreciate Josh Neer telling him how do his job. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Mike Goldberg's NFL on Fox play-by-play job on Detroit at Minnesota on Sunday, October 12th was his first game, and for the time being it's his last. For those who have listened to any part of the Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings NFL game today, you'll have noticed the voice of UFC lead commentator Mike Goldberg, who is trying his hand at gridiron play-by-play over the next two Sundays. Let me just say that crowdsourcing Twitter is by no means the greatest source for objective, sound opinion o read news >>

  • a month ago
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After TMZ released a video of UFC fighter Cody Gibson brawling in a Las Vegas bar, the bantamweight competitor explained his side of the incident on Sherdog Radio Network’s Beatdown. Not only did Cody Gibson lose his professional bout against Manny Gamburyan at UFC 178, he also had to deal with a second scuffle three days later in a Las Vegas bar - an incident that found its way on TMZ in the form of a video. It appears that Gibson had chosen to stay in the Nevada desert for a few more days past read news >>

  • a month ago
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This was not the Monday that Cody Gibson was expecting. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Step your game up, 'Murica. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) 185-pound titleholder Chris Weidman expects you to cheer for him if you live in America, because he's from America too, and everyone should be rooting for their own, in the same way Ireland "shuts down" when Conor McGregor is in town. The undefeated middleweight talks to MMA Fighting: "For [McGregor] to have so many more fans than Poirier, over here in America, I mean, Americans are cheering for him and then you have all these Iris read news >>

  • a month ago
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Matt Grice's recovery from a horrific auto accident has reached a significant milestone. The 33-year-old Grice returned to his old job with the Oklahoma City Police Department on Thursday, just over a year after his accident. Grice suffered a traumatic brain injury after his car was rear-ended at a red light by a distracted driver in Shawnee, Oklahoma. While it is likely Grice, who earned raves for his UFC 157 fight against Dennis Bermudez, which landed high on several 2013 Fight of the Year pol read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Former UFC bantamweight champion joined UFC Tonight to discuss his anticipated return to MMA competition and his first three round fight in over five years. Not only has Dominick Cruz been on a forced hiatus for the better part of the last three years, he will also have to make his return in a setting that he has not fought in for over five years - a three-round non-title fight. The last time Cruz fought in a t15-minute fight was back in 2009, when he defeated Joseph Benavidez in a ‘Fight of the read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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LOS ANGELES - Like any good coach, Gilbert Melendez did his job heading into The Ultimate Fighter 20. The former Strikeforce lightweight champion scouted talent and made mental notes on which fighters he preferred to pick when it came time for him and opposing coach Anthony Pettis to draft their teams. But Melendez was hit with a curveball he wasn't expecting. UFC matchmakers added a wrinkle to the show's format and pre-seeded the women's strawweight competitors from one through 16. If one coach read news >>

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