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  • 7 days ago
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A revised strategy, perhaps, for the new, improved, and non-violent Diaz? Between Anderson Silva's pantomiming and Nick Diaz's shit talking, we could have ourselves a two-man comedy act for the main event of UFC 183, which takes place on Jan. 31, 2014 inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. But Ed Soares, Silva's manager, doesn't expect it to come to that. Probably because Diaz respects "The Spider" and anticipates a difficult challenge in their "Sin City" showdown. Sure, Silva still read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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The manager of UFC lightweight Gray Maynard informed UFC Tonight’s Ariel Helwani that his client intends to keep fighting for the promotion. If any of you expected Gray Maynard to call it quits following his third consecutive TKO loss, you were sadly mistaken. It appears the former UFC lightweight title challenger has no interest in retiring from professional competition just yet, even though a significant number of fans and pundits have called for his retirement after his most recent loss to Ro read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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If you watched Gray Maynard get finished by Ross Pearson last weekend and decided this was something you don't want to see anymore, you weren't alone. The second-round TKO marked the fourth time the 35-year-old Maynard has been finished by strikes in his past five fights, and the MMA Twitterverse was instantly flooded with comments from fans, media, and fellow fighters suggesting it's time the lightweight competitor calls it a career. But with a few days to think things over, Maynard plans to so read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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Paul Heyman, Brock Lesnar's manager, says that the former UFC champion finally has a clean bill of health, and would consider a UFC return "if a change of circumstance happens". Paul Heyman, a long time pro wrestling staple and manager of Brock Lesnar, was a guest at The MMA Hour so naturally one of the talking points was his polarizing client. According to him, the former UFC champion is finally healthy after that long battle with diverticulitis: "He had a clean bill of health, finally. Brock w read news >>

  • 27 days ago
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But only if the circumstances were a "no-brainer." After losing to Alistair Overeem at UFC 141 back in 2011, thanks to a well-placed liver kick, Brock Lesnar walked away from mixed martial arts (MMA) and returned to his old stomping grounds of pro wrestling. It was an unfortunate end to Brock's MMA career, which saw him win the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight title three years prior -- after only his third fight inside the Octagon -- by knocking out Randy Couture at UFC 91. Lesn read news >>

  • 27 days ago
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Jon Jones's manager Malki Kawa and MMA Fighting videographer E. Casey Leydon give their first person accounts of the press conference scuffle between Jones and Cormier. read news >>

  • 27 days ago
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If anything, Malki Kawa says he was the one that broke it all up. During yesterday's (Mon. Aug. 4, 2014) insane brawl between Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier at UFC Media Day in Las Vegas, Nevada (video), it seemed as if Team Jones wasn't playing fair. In the midst of the insanity and sea of people trying to separate the champ and his challenger, it appeared as if Malki Kawa, Jon's manager, took a swing at "DC" once the fight hit the g read news >>

  • 28 days ago
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Manager Malki Kawa has denied punching Daniel Cormier during that brawl with Jon Jones during a UFC 178 press conference. Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier came to blows in an ugly scene during a UFC 178 press conference. One of the talking points on social media during the whole situation though, was Jones' manager, Malki Kawa appearing to have thrown a few punches towards Cormier during the chaos. It was obviously hard to tell from first viewing, but he has firmly denied this on twitter: I didn't t read news >>

  • 28 days ago
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Nate Diaz's manager Mike Kogan had some harsh words for Bellator's former CEO Bjorn Rebney. It has been over a month since Bjorn Rebney resigned from his position as Bellator CEO and there is at least one person out there who is all too pleased with the decision. Mike Kogan, the now infamous manager of Nate Diaz, was not shy to publicly address his blatant disdain for Rebney, claiming in an interview with Submission Radio that he "left kind of a really dark foot print on Bellator. Not just with read news >>

  • 29 days ago
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Despite the UFC's claims to the contrary, Nate Diaz manager Mike Kogan says he and his client have offered fights, but the UFC isn't biting. read news >>

  • 29 days ago
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The manager for the younger Diaz Brother was a guest on Submission Radio and updated fans on various fights the Nate Diaz camp has asked for and the status of negotiations with the UFC. Following an ugly public back-and-forth with UFC president Dana White about his client Nate Diaz, manager Mike Kogan was a guest on Submission Radio and talked about his client who's holding out for more money. "I reached out to the UFC before the Donald Cerrone/(Jim) Miller fight even happened and said 'hey, how read news >>

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