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  • 13 days ago
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Following the disturbing scene that took place on Saturday at an OPLOT event, the promotion has released an official statement regarding the fighter who suffered the seizure. A harrowing scene took place on Saturday afternoon at an obscure MMA event in Russia, where a fighter was viciously knocked out and immediately seized up violently for several minutes. The incident, which took place at an OPLOT qualifying tournament on Valentine's Day, immediately went viral on social media. Apart from the read news >>

  • 14 days ago
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RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil -- Demian Maia started his UFC career with five straight submission victories between 2007 and 2009, but has only tapped one opponent in the following 14 bouts. Who’s to blame? Maia, a multiple time jiu-jitsu and grappling champion, hasn’t submitted anyone but Rick Story since suffering his first professional loss to Nate Marquardt in 2009, and says that the lack of finishes is his opponent’s fault. "People always go to the ground with me trying to just hold me. They stall read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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Lombard's drug test failure is casting a poor light on Nevada's positive test reporting procedure. When it took nearly a month for Anderson Silva's drug test failure to be reported, the delay was written off as a product of an anonymous and involved testing procedure. This time around, there don't appear to be those excuses. The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NAC) tested Hector Lombard for performance enhancing drugs immediately following UFC 182, after his win over Josh Burkman to open the P read news >>

  • a month ago
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Dan Henderson recently spoke up on Jon Jones checking himself into rehab, and had less than kind words for the LHW champ. Jon Jones' drug test failure for cocaine has sent a ripple through the MMA world, and everyone has something to say about the current UFC champ and his conduct. Recently, speaking to Fox Sports, former Pride Champion and UFC title contender, Dan Henderson gave his thoughts on Jones' drug test failure and the drug use that Henderson claims he'd "heard that he (Jones) was doing read news >>

  • a month ago
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LAS VEGAS – For 26-year-old Myles Jury, UFC 182 could be his breakout moment as a UFC fighter, but it seems most of the attention in his bout is centered around opponent Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Hacran Dias doesn’t lack respect for UFC Fight Night 58 opponent Darren Elkins, especially when it comes to his in-cage abilities.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Alistair Overeem is just 1-3 in his past four fights, and each loss came via knockout. Despite the setbacks, he sat down with MMAjunkie and explained why it’s done little to hurt his confidence.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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CM Punk has no lack of potential opponents, now with former Dream star Jose Canseco throwing his hat in the ring. Wait, Dream isn't what Jose Canseco is best known for? As one of the original "Bash Brothers," Jose Canseco has had a strange journey post-MLB. Admitted steroid use, a number of arrests and court appearances, as well as a notably exposing memoir have all kept Canseco in the public eye, even if they haven't made him a more beloved public figure. As for his connection to MMA, it center read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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One of the best coaches in MMA talks about the evolution of the sport, and says that jiu-jitsu is poorly organized for MMA Firas Zahabi, who is considered as one of the great minds in Mixed Martial Arts, recently spoke about the evolution of the sport. In an excellent interview with BE Alum Patrick Wyman, the TriStar gym head coach says that he finds that the lack of adaptation and development of jiu-jitsu for MMA 'discouraging'. He says BJJ is 'poorly organized for MMA' and is still tailored mo read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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UFC lightweight Matt Wiman didn't have any sponsors for his UFC Fight Night 57 fight, and he recently explained why that is. It didn't take long to notice that there was something different about Matt Wiman when he entered the octagon at UFC Fight Night 57 in Austin last weekend. Was it his hair? Was he a little smaller than he was before his long layoff? Maybe, but the most noticeable thing was that he didn't have any sponsor patches on his plain UFC shorts. He didn't even have a banner. He exp read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Mark Hunt is a power-puncher of the highest quality, but even he admits his fight for the UFC interim heavyweight title will be an uphill battle. read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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His fists have been doing more than enough talking inside the Octagon, but now Rafael dos Anjos plans on letting the words fly, as he says he intends to do more talking on the mic to get more love and respect from the MMA media and fans. Rafael dos Anjos has bean tearing it up inside the Octagon over the last couple of years, wining seven of eight since 2012, including his current two-fight win streak which includes an impressive knockout (KO) victory over former lightweight champ, Benson Hender read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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"It's time for Brazil to take most of the titles back." As a Brazilian heading into a UFC title fight, Fabricio Werdum would certainly hope to be more optimistic than his countryman, former middleweight champion Anderson Silva. In 2012, four Brazilians held UFC titles with Junior dos Santos at heavyweight, Silva at middleweight, Jose Aldo at featherweight and Renan Barao at 135 pounds. In 2014, only Aldo remains. In October, Silva reflected on the shift away from Brazil's shared dominance over t read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Only a few months after vowing to test Vitor until "the day you retire," the NSAC has done anything but that, as Weidman and Belfort get set to face off at UFC 184. Trying to make sense out of athletic commission regulations and punishments can be a bit of a rabbit hole. The more you chase after truth and accuracy the more you get caught up in a warren of half truths and almost punishments; guidelines bend or stand firm, seemingly at random and with an ease that, at times, can be troubling. The read news >>

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