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Stephan Bonnar recently broke his toe, but he plans to push through it and show up for his Nov. 15 Bellator fight against Tito Ortiz, the fighter recently revealed. read news >>

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The broadcast plans for December’s UFC 181 lineup are now complete, and Travis Browne-Brendan Schaub, Holly Holm-Raquel Pennington and Tony Ferguson-Abel Trujillo join the night’s two championship fights on the main card.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Because "Money" plans on putting "Junior" to sleep in Brazil. "I think I've caught up and passed him up. I truly believe this is my time. We've seen his reign for a while, but I've studied him, I've fought him. I truly believe it's my turn. I truly believe that I can (finish him). I know I hit hard. I'm fast and I'm powerful. If I can land one of those on anybody in the division, I can put them to sleep. I truly believe I can finish a guy like Jose Aldo." -- Anderson Silva recently said he and h read news >>

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Bellator CEO Scott Coker details some of the battle plans for the promotion in 2015, noting the company's next major event, on Nov. 15, will be the prototype of the shows planned going forward. It doesn't quite seem like it, but it's been four months since Scott Coker took over from Bjorn Rebney as the CEO of Bellator MMA.With one exception, changes when watching Bellator aren't that evident. But the feeling is there will be a different look come the new year.There has been one obvious immediate read news >>

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The UFC hopes to do hold a MMA event in a soccer stadium in Brazil one day, but it won’t be the first promotion to do it. Shooto Brazil 52 is expected to take place at the Joaquim Americo Guimaraes stadium, also known as Arena da Baixada, on Dec. 5. Shooto officials have yet to officially announce the deal, but G3 United, responsible for sponsorships and events at the stadium, already is advertising the MMA event on its official website. Arena da Baixada was one of the stadiums to host games dur 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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In September of 2013 after he defeated Canelo Alvarez, Floyd Mayweather told Fighthype.com that he was looking to getting involved in MMA. read news >>

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UFC featherweight Conor McGregor doesn't mind talking a big game. He's been talking since he joined the UFC in 2013, but it wasn't until he put Dustin Poirier away at UFC 178 that people started listening. "If you do what you say you're going to do, look what happens? I've skipped the queue and now I'm the world title contender, I'm number one contender," McGregor told Severe MMA. "My next fight is most likely going to be for the title. After that there will be no catching me." McGregor will be read news >>

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Deep took the MMA world by surprise this week with the announcement that it would be reviving the tradition of holding a New Year’s Eve card at the Saitama Super Arena. read news >>

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Vitor Belfort will be on one of the longest layoffs of his MMA career when he steps in the Octagon against Chris Weidman in 2015, and he’s confident that it won’t be an issue at all. "The Phenom," who improved to 24-10 in MMA with consecutive knockout victories over Michael Bisping, Luke Rockhold and Dan Henderson in 2013, will challenge the "All American" for the 185-pound title after zero fights in 2014. "The fact that I haven’t fought in 2014 will only make my opponents surprised with my perf read news >>

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Perhaps his first phone call will be from this guy? Floyd Mayweather Jr. wants mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters to get paid, too. In a recent interview with Ben Thompson from FightHype.com, the undefeated, five-division champion revealed his interest in promoting MMA and representing MMA fighters on the "Money" team, aka "TMT." Mayweather had just finished calling Oscar de la Hoya a "snake" for taking Canelo Alvarez to HBO when he began talking about representing athletes from MMA (again). "If read news >>

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