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  • 2 years ago
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Scott Jorgensen is ready for his rematch with UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz right now. In fact, he thought was more than prepared for it the first time they fought. However, he had a bad night and didn't stick to his game in that December 2010 fight, but following a victory over Jeff Curran at this past weekend's UFC 137 event, he's anxious for redemption. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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"I did this sport to prove that I was the best in the world, prove that I can continue to be the best in the world." – Dominick Cruz Read More >> read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Following his dominant win over Renan Barao, T.J. Dillashaw is basically ready for anyone the UFC hands him for his first title defense. But if he had his druthers, Barao would have to win a fight to get back to a title shot. Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, (...) read news >>

  • a year ago
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While Dominick Cruz's mixed martial arts career has braked for a pit stop, he'll be getting help from the racing world to get back on track. Cruz, the UFC's bantamweight champion, is being sponsored by the Phoenix International Raceway for his next fight, which is expected to take place in early 2013. The 27-year-old will wear the track's logo on his shirt and shorts. A torn ACL has sidelined Cruz since May, but that didn't stop him from getting behind the wheel of a pace car. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Dominick Cruz and Scott Jorgensen - WEC 53 Scott “Young Guns” Jorgensen (13-5) is one of the most exciting elite bantamweights in the UFC today. Since he started fighting, up until recently, Jorgensen has never had a coach in mixed martial arts. In a sport dominated by fighters with great strategies from brilliant coaches, the 29-year-old currently is ranked in the Top 10, having fought champion Dominick Cruz to a decision. Now, seeing the error of his ways, Jorgensen knows what he has to do to read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Dominick Cruz and Scott Jorgensen - WEC 53 Scott “Young Guns” Jorgensen (13-5) is one of the most exciting elite bantamweights in the UFC today. Since he started fighting, up until recently, Jorgensen has never had a coach in mixed martial arts. In a sport dominated by fighters with great strategies from brilliant coaches, the 29-year-old currently is ranked in the Top 10, having fought champion Dominick Cruz to a decision. Now, seeing the error of his ways, Jorgensen knows what he has to do to read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Renan Barao's impressive submission win over Brad Pickett at UFC 138 makes him the favorite leading into a bout this Saturday with Scott Jorgensen. Coupled with the stellar record he holds in professional competition, the Brazilian is the man to beat in the eyes of most. But Jorgensen is a gambler in the cage, and the only sure bet he makes is that nothing is ever certain when it comes to fighting. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz can claim reach milestones tonight at UFC 132. The WEC's final 135-pound champion can make his first successful UFC title defense, and he can avenge the only defeat of his professional career. But in our latest MMAjunkie.com/"Inisde MMA" poll, we wanted to know who wins tonight's championship headliner between titleholder Cruz and challenger/bitter rival Urijah Faber. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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The long-awaited rematch and title fight between UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz and ex-titleholder Urijah Faber is set for UFC 132. UFC officials today announced the bout. With the July booking, the two 135-pounders now appear unlikely to coach against each other on "The Ultimate Fighter 14," which begins production this summer. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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GLENDALE, Ariz. - For 25 minutes, Dominick Cruz made Scott Jorgensen look like anything but the top contender for the UFC's first-ever bantamweight title. Cruz out-struck, out-wrestled, out-shucked and out-jived Jorgensen on the way to a lopsided unanimous-decision win that further cemented the champ's claim to be the world's top 135-pounder. And soon after the win, Cruz made little attempt to play the "whatever the UFC brings me" card. Instead, Cruz knows exactly what he wants: Urij read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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Former WEC champion Urijah Faber talks about possibly facing the winner of Thursday night's title fight between Dominick Cruz and Scott Jorgensen, and asking for the chance to coach the "Ultimate Fighter".  Read More >> read news >>

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