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According to his manager Ted Ehrhardt, UFC welterweight champion Johny Hendricks is ready to be booked in a rematch against No. 1 contender Robbie Lawler. Hendricks underwent surgery to repair a torn right bicep just a week after winning the title by defeating Lawler via unanimous decision at UFC 171 in March. Ehrhardt tells ESPN that while Hendricks is healthy enough to be booked sooner, the UFC didn't want to set a date until he was completely healthy. "The last thing the UFC wanted was to sta read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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BRASILIA, Brazil – Former UFC heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos is nearing one year on the sidelines, and he’s not happy about it. But with a hand that’s nearly healed, the Brazilian is hoping for a December booking.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, (...) read news >>

  • 12 days ago
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Still mad about missing the final minutes of Invicta FC 8 due to a bad internet stream? Don't be, as UFC is going to make it right by giving you a discount on any upcoming PPV event. The Invicta FC debut on UFC Fight Pass seemed to be going well this past Saturday night (Sept. 6, 2014). The fights, which saw a bevy of impressive finishes and back-and-forth scraps that went the distance (results), were highly-entertaining and perhaps more importantly, the online stream provided by the digital net read news >>

  • a month ago
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Few had the privilege of witnessing the extraordinary rise and fall of Brock Lesnar firsthand in the UFC. One of the lucky few, Paul Heyman—a longtime friend and manager of Lesnar—claims the former UFC heavyweight champ would still be holding the belt if not for his chronic health issues. In a recent interview with Damon Martin of Fox Sports, Heyman put it bluntly in stating his case regarding Lesnar's potential. "If Brock Lesnar ever fought healthy in the UFC, I don't see any fighter that could read news >>

  • a month ago
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This past week, when 32-year old Mark Bocek decided to announce his retirement from the UFC, it seemed like odd timing. Bocek is coming off of an April victory against Mike De La Torre, and had won three of four bouts in the lightweight division. To take the unusual step of retiring while still viable in the cage meant there might be more to the story.There was.Bocek has made more headlines in the first week of his retirement than perhaps he did in any one of his 13 UFC fights by airing his grie read news >>

  • a month ago
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Anderson Silva can't wait to get back in the octagon, and asserts that he will be 100-percent when he faces Nick Diaz on Super Bowl weekend in Las Vegas. read news >>

  • a month ago
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On a day when UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier came to blows during a UFC 178 press conference, the odd man out, Alexander Gustafsson is quietly keeping himself in the wings.The much-anticipated rematch between Gustafsson and Jones was put on hold a couple of weeks ago when the Swede injured his knee in training. Now that Gustafsson has been replaced by Cormier for the Sept. 27 bout, he will have plenty of time to heal as he awaits the winner. Gustafsson will undergo a read news >>

  • a month ago
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Anderson Silva today said his leg is not fully back to normal, but it will be when he steps into the octagon for his first fight since a gruesome break this past December.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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Through it all -- the writhing in agony on the Octagon floor, the emergency surgery, the grueling rehab -- Anderson Silva never once thought about quitting. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Incredibly, Uriah Hall’s toe is almost back to 100 percent following a graphic injury sustained in his UFC 175 victory over Thiago Santos earlier this month.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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UFC welterweight champion Johny Hendricks discusses his recovery from bicep surgery as well as why he is warming up to the rematch with Robbie Lawler. Johny Hendricks has been away from the octagon for quite some time. So long, in fact, that the last opponent he faced before undergoing surgery has already worked his way back to the No. 1 contender spot. While the proposition of fighting Robbie Lawler again was something that Hendricks had to "warm up" to, he was, however, overjoyed with the thou read news >>

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