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Wanderlei Silva has released another video, this time with NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith giving him a lesson on the power of unions. Last week we reported on how former UFC stars Wanderlei Silva, Nate Quarry, and Jon Fitch were spotted with National Football League Players Assocation officials during Collegiate Bowl week. This week Wanderlei Silva has posted a new video to Youtube titled "The Power of Union", showing him getting a lesson in unions from the executive director of the NF read news >>

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The lesson from a Uriah Hall fight, as always: Then the New York City resident connects, bad things can happen. The Jamaican-born middleweight connected with a right hand during the first round of his fight with Ron Stallings at UFC Fight Night 59 at TD Garden in Boston and opened a horrendous cut over his left eye. Soon thereafter, referee Herb Dean asked the cageside doctor to check the cut, who waved off the bout, giving Hall the injury TKO win at 3:37 of the opening round Sunday. "You know w read news >>

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Professional MMA fighter Joel Thomas learned a valuable lesson when he strapped a shock collar around his neck, hopped across the yard's boundary and got zapped into another dimension. People will do some crazy stuff when money is on the line. "Me and my buddies were drinking and partying and whatnot, and somebody brought out a shock collar, and they're like, 'Hey, man, I'll give you five bucks if you put that around your neck, turn it up to full blast and shock yourself,'" Thomas told Bleacher read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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While Conor McGregor and Cub Swanson debated who had the better right to next face UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo, former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar was a forgotten third wheel. Unfortunately for Swanson, and maybe Edgar, the former champ only got to fight once Saturday night in Austin. With Edgar crushing his title hopes over the course of five rounds, Swanson sounded blindsided speaking to FOX Sports post-fight in Texas. "Obviously it was super frustrating," Swanson of his perfor read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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"Obviously, it was super frustrating, but he did what he had to do, and he exposed me. I was super confident. I thought I prepared, and obviously I underprepared. I want to thank him for the lesson. I'm going to be better. I took this fight because I felt he was one of the best in the world at a lower weight class, and I wanted to test myself. I'm getting up there in age, and I wanted to see how 'bad' I am. I know I took a beating, but I was still hopeful all the way to the end. If you want to b read news >>

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Frankie Edgar pummeled Cub Swanson for five rounds and crushed his promise of a title shot. Swanson took his lumps and thanked Edgar for a lesson learned. read news >>

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In his latest edition of “The Speed Bag,” MMAjunkie columnist Ben Fowlkes talks about MMA brand names vs. fighter name star power. Filed under: Bellator, Featured, Featured Videos, News, Videos read news >>

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The former UFC Light Heavyweight champ tweeted out a message that indicates he's not happy in his new promotional home. Two years and three fights into his Bellator contract and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson is distinctly unhappy with his new home. Of course any fan of the former Pride FC star and UFC Light Heavyweight champ knows he tends to complain about his employers, whether it's Dana White or the producers of the A-Team. Here's what Rampage tweeted: Just a thought.. But I've learned a big less read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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A youthful sparring partner got the lesson of his life when he traded strikes with this elderly man who never forgot how to land a good punch. read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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"My natural weight has leveled out to about 178. Even if I go back to fight at welterweight I wouldn't be a great deal bigger than I am now. I think lightweight would be a great challenge for me. I think there are a lot of good fighters at that weight class, a lot of good kick boxers so I could have some good fights. He's always kind of irritated me. I like Diego, I respect him and I forgive him for his strangeness, but in my opinion he's kind of the problem with mixed martial arts. He started o read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Sidelined since being diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) syndrome in 2012, UFC welterweight turned commentator Dan Hardy plans to return to fighting in 2015. "I'm looking at getting cleared the beginning of next year," Hardy told MMAnytt. "I've spoken to a few doctors and it's looking positive. I don't see a reason why I wouldn't get cleared to fight, so now, really, it's just about getting back into training camp. Getting back into the groove of preparing for a fight." Training every da read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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If there is a lesson of the week, it's that quick main events are usually great for the fans, even better for the guy on the winning side of the fight, but for television broadcasters, they are far from the best thing.This past weekend saw Bellator's Friday night main event, where Brandon Halsey won the middleweight title from Alexander Shlemenko, only last 35 seconds. The next night on FS 1, for the prelims of UFC 178, what many considered the strongest TV main event on a prelim show to date, D read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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"I ain't Lucia Riker, I ain't none of them motherfuckers. I'm Anne Wolfe. I don't give a damn about her, I don't even want to talk about her. I have eight world titles in four different weight classes. Goddamn Lucia Riker is old enough to be my grandma! My daughter weighs 135. Tell her we'll go in a real, live, 100-percent boxing match. She's 9-0, ranked No. 1 in the nation. She'll whoop her motherfuckin' ass." One of the most dangerous female boxers to ever lace up the gloves, Ann Wolfe, does n read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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LEDYARD, Conn. – Derrick Lewis learned an important lesson: Be careful what you wish for.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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