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SAN DIEGO -- Bellator President Scott Coker spoke to MMA Fighting about the plan for the organization in 2015, why it was a 'no brainer' to move away from the previous weekly format of shows, the truth behind the Stephan Bonnar-Tito Ortiz in-cage incident, how his life has been since joining the company, working with Viacom and Spike TV and more. read news >>

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SAN DIEGO – As expected Bellator MMA will move away from its weekly format in 2015. But in addition to monthly shows, the organization is planning four “tentpole events” in major U.S. cities, company CEO Scott Coker told MMAjunkie on Tuesday.Filed under: (...) read news >>

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T.P. Grant and Zane Simon continue to move up their list of the top Welterweight prospects in MMA. The Bloody Elbow MMA Scouting Report is continuing the delve into the Top 5 Welterweight prospects currently in MMA. The first half of the top ten was covered in a single article, and the write up of Prospect #5 have already been posted, as well as how fighters were selected, graded, and ranked was covered in the Methodology post. So let's move to the next prospect: #4 - Khusein Khaliev Record: 13- read news >>

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Learning more from losses than wins might sound like a cliche, but Yan Cabral believes that was the case for him the first time he didn’t get his hand raised. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Chad Mendes believes Jose Aldo pulled out of UFC 176 in Los Angeles so he could fight at UFC 179 in Brazil, but he doesn't care because he plans on beating him anyway. read news >>

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In an unprecedented move, the UFC has pulled back Cung Le's suspension after they had previously flagged him for HGH use. There's been a major twist in the tale of UFC middleweight Cung Le's failed drug test and subsequent suspension after losing to Michael Bisping in August. Le, who had tested positive for HGH under the promotion's own drug testing procedures, was initially banned for 9 months, then extended to a full year. In a surprise statement released by the UFC today, they've decided to r read news >>

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One of the few The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3 non-finalists to earn a chance inside the Octagon, Richardson Moreira will cut 30 pounds for his next UFC fight. "Rick Monstro," who suffered a quick loss to Marcos Rogério de Lima in a heavyweight bout in May, will move down to 185 pounds and face Ildemar Alcantara at UFC 183 in Las Vegas on Jan. 31. The UFC announced the match-up on Monday. Moreira (7-2) competed on the third TUF season in Brazil earlier this year, scoring first-round finishes over read news >>

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UFC veteran heavyweight Oli Thompson is making the move to 205 pounds, hoping to land more fights and rekindle his career. read news >>

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Fabricio Werdum decided to move his training camp to Mexico in preparation for a heavyweight championship fight with Cain Velasquez on Nov. 15, but a bad choice almost ended his life. Werdum moved to Nevado de Toluca with Rafael Cordeiro, Felipe Werdum, Renato "Babalu" Sobral and eight other coaches and sparring partners, and their first day of training almost became their last, as they were poisoned by carbon monoxide from a gasoline generator. "It was terrible," Werdum told MMAFighting.com. "W read news >>

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UFC Featherweight competitor Conor McGregor reveals that an eventual move to 155-pounds is “definitely” a part of his plans in 2015. Conor McGregor's meteoric rise through the featherweight ranks - a campaign filled with vicious knockouts and witty wordplay - has likely propelled the Irish sensation to the next title shot in the division. If you ask McGregor, he would inform you that that was always the intended strategy. "If you do what you say you're going to do, look what happens? I've skippe read news >>

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Same as it ever was? Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) continues to reshuffle its welterweight rankings in the wake of recent events like UFC Fight Night 54, where Rory MacDonald slept Tarec Saffiedine on FOX Sports 1. Unfortunately, the highlight-reel win (watch it) didn't do much to improve his standing. But UFC 181 will take care of that. Until then, we have to sort things out in this rapidly-changing division. Dong Hyun Kim -- present and accounted for the last time we went to the war roo read news >>

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