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"My brain has filed for a divorce and doesn't want to cooperate anymore." -- Akira Corassani. Following his loss to Sam Sicilia at last weekend's (Sat. Jan. 24, 2015) UFC on FOX 14 event in Stockholm, Sweden, Akira Corassani has decided to put a bow on his mixed martial arts (MMA) career. The knockout loss to Sicilia (see it again here) marked the third straight defeat via strikes for Corassani, having previously lost to Dustin Poirier and Max Holloway. Check out his farewell Facebook post (via read news >>

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TUF 14 alum and UFC veteran Akira Corassani has apparently called it a career following a 1st round KO defeat to Sam Sicilia in Stockholm, Sweden. When Akira Corassani was knocked out by Sam Sicilia in the 1st round of the UFC on Fox 14 main card opener in Stockholm, Sweden, it marked his 3rd straight defeat inside the Octagon, with all of them coming by (T)KO. After nearly 8 years in the sport, the 32-year-old has seemingly decided to hang up the gloves. While he never explicitly said the word read news >>

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After 18 pro fights, including six in the UFC, it appears featherweight Akira Corassani has announced his retirement from MMA.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones was getting some guff from the mixed martial arts (MMA) community after he tweeted that he was "not impressed" by Alexander Gustafsson's performance against Anthony Johnson at UFC on FOX 14 (watch it). That was right around the same time "The Mauler" was an emotional wreck, having been KTFO by Johnson in front of 30,000 fans. But hey, what's good for the goose is good for the Swedish gander, according to "Bones," who kindl read news >>

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It appears UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones is getting in the rankings business.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Former PRIDE two-division champion Dan Henderson is still not contemplating retirement following his 70-second knockout loss to Gegard Mousasi in the co-main event of UFC on FOX 14 this past Saturday night (Jan. 24, 2015). Following his fifth loss in his last six fights, MMAmania.com ponders what could be next for the legendary MMA pioneer. Dan Henderson told us prior to UFC on FOX 14 that win or lose, he would not retire. Following another knockout loss, "Hendo" still does not want to hear the read news >>

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Alexander Gustafsson was one win away from a light heavyweight championship rematch against Jon Jones. The means to that end was a UFC on FOX 14 main event last Saturday night (Jan. 24, 2015) in his own backyard, as UFC on FOX 14 invaded the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm, Sweden (full results here). Considering Conor McGregor's path to the title was a fight against Dennis Siver, watching "The Mauler" step into the cage against a killer like Anthony Johnson made me wonder if UFC matchmaker Joe Silva w read news >>

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With his co-main-event loss, Dan Henderson set a dubious knockdown record. It’s one of 50 post-fight facts to come out of Saturday’s UFC on FOX 14 event.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Retirement? Dan Henderson isn't considering anything like that. The MMA legend fell to Gegard Mousasi by TKO in the first round Saturday night at UFC on FOX 14: Gustafsson vs. Johnson in Stockholm, Sweden. Henderson was rocked, fell down against the cage and then was finished by Mousasi. The stoppage might have been a tad early -- Henderson seemed to be coming to when referee Leon Roberts stepped in -- but there was no doubt "Hendo" was in big trouble. Henderson (30-12) has now lost five of his read news >>

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Dan Henderson may be in the twilight of his career, but it doesn’t sound like he plans on riding off into the sunset just yet. read news >>

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In mixed martial arts, things can change in a moment. At UFC on Fox 14, Alexander Gustafsson went from being the No. 1 contender for Jon Jones’ light heavyweight title, to losing his spot to Anthony Johnson. read news >>

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Then quickly deleted the tweet. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones said he was tired of talking about Alexander Gustafsson, after "The Mauler" took him to the limit in the UFC 165 pay-per-view (PPV) main event back in late 2013. Well, he got the new topic he was looking for. The focus recently -- and quite violently -- shifted to new No. 1 contender Anthony Johnson, who beat the stuffing out of the towering Swede in the main event of UFC on FOX 14 (watch it read news >>

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Jon Jones was a man of few words Saturday night on Twitter. But he got his point across pretty well. The UFC light heavyweight champion wrote that he was "not impressed" by Alexander Gustafsson's loss against Anthony Johnson at UFC on FOX 14. Jones then quickly deleted the tweet, as he has been known to do. RT @JonnyBones: Not impressed Alex — David St. Martin (@SaintMMA) January 25, 2015 Gustafsson was knocked out by Johnson at 2:15 of the first round in front of his hometown fans in Stockholm, read news >>

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Take a shot at your rival, delete the tweet after. Check out Jon Jones' immediate reaction to Alexander Gustafsson vs. Anthony Johnson. Kicking them while they're down. Jon Jones took at shot at his rival in Alexander Gustafsson immediately after his TKO loss to Anthony Johnson, but like many of the UFC light heavyweight champ's tweets, it was deleted shortly after. As he probably already knows, nothing stays deleted these days. Here's our screengrab from his twitter account: As for the tweets h read news >>

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