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  • 4 days ago
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Those Bugattis don't pay for themselves! Undefeated boxing sensation Floyd Mayweather Jr. is guaranteed to make $32 million for his upcoming Showtime boxing pay-per-view (PPV) on Saturday night (Sept. 13, 2014) inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, according to figures released by Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). His opponent, Marcos Maidana, will bank "just" $3 million. Mayweather is also subject to a significant percentage of PPV profits, depending on his performance. It was a re read news >>

  • 13 days ago
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Three months after being released from his analyst position with the UFC and Fox Sports, Chael Sonnen will return as a broadcaster on the Oct. 3 broadcast of BattleGrounds MMA: O.N.E. read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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Four fighters were pulled from UFC 177 for varying reasons, but only two of them will be paid. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White is paying Scott Jorgensen and Anthony Birchak their "show" and "win" money, despite the fact that neither fighter was able to compete at UFC 177 last Saturday night (Aug. 30, 2014) in Sacramento, California. That's because they were pulled from the "Dillashaw vs. Soto" preliminary card inside Sleep Train Arena through no fault of their own. Jorg read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship released the attendance and live gate figures for UFC 177: Dillashaw vs. Soto following Saturday's pay-per-view event at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, Calif. read news >>

  • 20 days ago
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  • 21 days ago
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The highly anticipated rematch pitting Floyd Mayweather Jr. against Marcos Maidana will start an hour earlier than the norm when it comes to boxing pay-per-views. read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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Retired UFC middleweight Brian Stann took to twitter to publicly address the fallout of the UFC Fight Night Macau main event. Brian Stann has been one of the UFC's most vocal fighters when it comes to performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) and he added to that on Saturday afternoon when he publicly addressed the fallout of the UFC Fight Night Macau main event following its conclusion. Clearly in reference to Cung Le's loss to Michael Bisping in the fourth round of their main event contest, the retir read news >>

  • a month ago
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We constantly hear discussion of Ronda Rousey or Jon Jones being the UFC's biggest pay-per-view draw. But who really has the correct answer? With Brock Lesnar and Georges St-Pierre—easily the UFC's highest-selling stars of the past decade—out of the spotlight, a void has been left for Rousey, Jones and others to step in and stake their claim. Is it Rousey, the UFC's brightest-shining starlet of the moment? Rousey has captured the attention of fight fans through sheer dominance, and she starts he read news >>

  • a month ago
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With the loss of its original championship co-headliner, UFC 177 has a new co-main event for the pay-per-view lineup.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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MMAFighting.com’s Dave Meltzer revealed that UFC 175 exceeded 500,000 PPV buys, which makes it the most watched PPV event of the year to date. It appears as though the combination of UFC champions Chris Weidman and Ronda Rousey has helped bring about the promotion's most successful pay-per-view fight card of the year. According to MMAFighting.com's Dave Meltzer, the show is believed to have done between 500,000 and 545,000 PPV buys. Although the July 5th card was also expected to feature the cul read news >>

  • a month ago
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When we heard that the UFC was working to make Ronda Rousey-Gina Carano a reality, we should have known then that things were changing, perhaps by necessity. Since the beginning of 2014, the pay-per-view numbers that had been so kind to the UFC during the time of Georges St-Pierre and a healthy Anderson Silva have passed. In its place are figures that, while solid, do not exactly speak to the notion that the sport of MMA is setting the world on fire. In fact, UFC 174 posted some of the lowest PP read news >>

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