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There are some internal problems brewing with Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s “Money Team,” namely his prime business partner at Mayweather Promotions, Leonard Ellerbe. read news >>

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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 >>

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BRASILIA, Brazil -- The UFC has three more events scheduled for Brazil this year, and they won’t slow down in 2015. At the Nilson Nelson Gymnasium in Brasilia, Brazil, UFC executive Grace Tourinho announced the date and city for the last UFC card of the year during the UFC Fight Night 51 post-fight press conference. "It’s official for Uberlandia on Nov. 8, and we already have four fights official, and we’re going to Barueri on Dec. 20," Tourinho said. "We’re going to Rio (de Janeiro) on Oct. 25, read news >>

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Whether or not Georges St-Pierre ever plans to grace the Octagon again remains one of the UFC's most talked-about mysteries. So rather than wait for "GSP" to make the decision to come back, UFC president Dana White decided the throw the longtime former welterweight champion some tantalizing bait. During the UFC's latest installment of "The Download," White cleared the air in terms of where St-Pierre would stand in the division he reigned over for five-plus years—in his latest run as champ—if he read news >>

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While he's not saying it's impossible, boxing's biggest draw says there are no current discussions with Top Rank about booking Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. Floyd Mayweather is fighting this Saturday against some guy he already beat handily. Oh yea that guy is Marcos Maidana and Mayweather won a unanimous decision over him in May. So yea, $65 on Saturday. Sure thing. Meanwhile, the 37-year-old Mayweather is taking time out from defending fellow (alleged) domestic violencer Ray Rice, to talk to ESPN's read news >>

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Lightweight prospect Keon Caldwell plans to blast the door to his future wide open at Saturday's World Series of Fighting event in Pennsylvania. read news >>

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Undefeated at 37 years old, boxing's pound-for-pound king revealed Tuesday his plans to call it a career. Speaking with media members following his arrival to the MGM Grand for fight week, Floyd Mayweather Jr. said he intends to retire in September 2015. Mayweather will finish out his current six-fight, $200 million contract with Showtime and CBS, completing the fourth fight on his deal Saturday when he defends his welterweight world title to Marcos Maidana. "I only got two more fights left (aft read news >>

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Life is good for Luke Rockhold. The former Strikeforce middleweight champion turned surging contender under the UFC banner has been wrecking shop inside the Octagon as of late, putting on back-to-back dominant performances against tough competition. The 29-year-old AKA staple dispatched Costas Philippou and Tim Boetsch, respectively, with both coming by way of impressive stoppages. He starched Philippou with a liver kick during their tilt back in January then submitted "The Barbarian" when they read news >>

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Having trained for a year and a half with Team Alpha Male, Veronica Rothenhausler intends to kick Invicta FC's lightweight division off in style... by kicking some ass. read news >>

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And we're back on Gus. After taking a day off to label Alistair Overeem 'the biggest p*ssy in the heavyweight division,' Anthony Johnson picked up his campaign to fight Alexander Gustafsson. Johnson took to Facebook Wednesday looking to illicit a response, but wouldn't clarify who exactly he was referring to. Post by Anthony Johnson. Counted among the confused masses, famed trainer John Hackleman commented on the post asking for some clarification. "who's the chicken... ps,I love you facebook po read news >>

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