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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight Brendan Schaub doesn't want to go into detail, but he's happy as a clam about Travis Browne defecting from Jackson's MMA in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to go and train with Ronda Rousey's coach, Edmond Tarverdyan, in Glendale, California. Something he called a "mistake." "Obviously, I know Ronda very well and I know that camp pretty well," Schaub told Joe Rogan. "I'm not going to go into detail, but I think it's a great thing for me that he's trainin read news >>

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Wanderlei Silva won’t be at the Nevada State Athletic Commission’s meeting next week, but the commission will decide whether or not to move ahead with a disciplinary complaint against him.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

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Moving from the United Kingdom to Spain as a kid led to bullying, but that led to an eventual MMA career for Christian Holley.Filed under: News read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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With so many moving parts in play, luck can have a huge role in the success or failure of a mixed martial arts fighter. Think about all the things that have to line up. You have to avoid injuries. You need to link up with the right training camp. You need favorable opponents. You need a functional promotion. You need good management. You need to stay strong against distractions and diversions. And this is to say nothing about the, you know, actual fight. Here are five fighters who, for some comb read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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The UFC says that they will be changing their drug testing program to unannounced, year round blood and urine testing. This would represent a significant shift in philosophy for the promotion. The UFC has long defended criticisms of performance enhancing drug use in the sport by pointing out that drug testing is (mostly) handled by commissions, or "these guys are tested by the government." The fact that the standard commission tests have mostly consisted of pre and post fight urine tests, easy t read news >>

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As expected, Bellator MMA is restructuring its format next year to focus on superfights and “tentpole” events rather than tournaments, the promotion’s new president, Scott Coker, today told MMAjunkie.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, News read news >>

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It appears the UFC is moving closer to booking a proposed bout between featherweight contenders Frankie Edgar and Cub Swanson.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Roger Gracie is joining ONE Fighting Championship, and will moving back up to 205 lbs. Roger Gracie is heading to Asia and will be joining the ranks of ONE Fighting Championship. As Bloody Elbow learned from sources close to the situation, the 32-year-old jiujitsu legend will have a multi-fight deal with the Asian promotion, with the signing expected to be officially announced in the coming days. MMA Fighting was first to report on a deal being 'close', with separate sources informing us that it read news >>

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As the great resurgence of Robbie Lawler continues, the fistic artist known as “Ruthless” doesn’t blink when it comes to a schedule that would make most fighters cower, or at least hit the ‘ignore’ button... read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Four bouts from the cancelled UFC 176 event, including Danny Castillo vs. Tony Ferguson and Derek Brunson vs. Lorenz Larkin, have already found a home on upcoming cards. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) is moving forward with its actions against retired UFC fighter Chael Sonnen. According to a report from MMAJunkie.com, the UFC's home governing body is waiting to find out if the former light heavyweight and middleweight contender will appeal its ruling. The NSAC sent Sonnen its complaint on June 27. Per the commission's regulations, Sonnen has up to 20 days (which, in this case, would be up until July 17) to respond. From there, he would either accept read news >>

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