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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 >>

  • 13 days 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 >>

  • 13 days 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 >>

  • 21 days 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 >>

  • a month 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 >>

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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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A week after Luke Rockhold appeared The MMA Hour to issue a challenge for rival Michael Bisping to "put his money where his mouth his," Bisping did just the same, firing back on Tuesday's show at the "obsessed" former Strikeforce champ and his "pathetic" attempts to goad him into a fight, the most notable of which took place in the early hours of a Macau hotel following Bisping's recent fourth-round TKO victory over Cung Le. "[My dad and I] were both nursing a bit of a hangover because we had a read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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By giving Ovince Saint Preux a 25-mintute lesson in wrestling 101, Ryan Bader proved he is more than just a gatekeeper in the light heavyweight division at UFC Fight Night 47. The former Arizona State NCAA Division I All-American wrestler once again ditched the sloppy standup and continued to rely on his wrestling roots to regain traction in a crowded division. This is what we learned from Bader’s decision victory over St. Preux in Saturday night’s main event. What We’ll Remember About This Figh read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Matt "The Immortal" Brown will face No. 1-ranked UFC welterweight Robbie Lawler in the main event of UFC on Fox 12 on July 26. There will be violence. There will be blood. These are two of the most vicious 170-pound men on the planet, and when Brown steps into the UFC Octagon to take on Lawler, fans can expect a finish one way or another. In 17 of 19 victories, Brown earned a submission or a knockout. In 11 losses, he's tapped out nine times. On the other side of the cage, Lawler boasts 20 finis read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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The MMA game giveth, and the MMA game taketh away. This cruel and cold lesson has been learned by far too many in this sport. There comes a time in any athlete's career where he realizes it's time to hang it up. In team sports, that time is usually preceded by a lack of athleticism, maybe an injury or two. Unfortunately, in MMA that time tends to be preceded by some vicious knockout or bone-crushing submission loss. Far too many of MMA's legends from "the old guard" have gone down in devastating read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Josh Barnett doesn’t seem interested in fighting Antonio Silva, but "Bigfoot" won’t give up the idea. Barnett said on Monday’s edition of The MMA Hour that fighting the Brazilian would give him money and attention and he wouldn’t try "to help this guy." Silva fired back, and he thinks that the real reason why the former UFC heavyweight champion won fight him is because he’s scared. "I woke up this morning and saw his interview," Silva told MMAFighting.com. "He’s giving excuses because he’s scare read news >>

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