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"He said, ‘Do you think I'm afraid of you? I'm going to kill you.' I don't know when he saw that because I never asked him if he was afraid of me. So he showed me that he was afraid. I'm afraid, too. I have fear but the difference is I admit that because I'm a human being and I use that fear in my favor." I don't know what had Johnny Bedford all riled up this week in Brasilia. After all, it's not his fault his first fight against Rani Yahya was changed to a No Contest (find out why here). Or may read news >>

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It doesn't get much more Brazilian than UFC Fight Night 51. The card, which went down Saturday night in Brazil's capital city of Brasilia, featured at least one Brazilian fighter in each of its 11 contests. And though none of the contests carried any title or even contender implications, well, it's still Brazil, and that means exciting fights and the most engaged fanbase in mixed martial arts. A Brazil card is usually a fun card. In the main event, Brasilia native and massive heavyweight Antonio read news >>

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Patrick Wyman takes a look at the real winners and losers from yesterday's Fight Night in Brasilia, bringing you the most detailed recap and analysis on the interwebs. This card didn't offer much of interest on paper, but it was a fun event in practice, with a whole bunch of finishes, upsets, and some action-packed fights. Andrei Arlovski (?!?!?!) staked a claim as a top heavyweight, Gleison Tibau did what Gleison Tibau does, and firing up Fight Pass turned out to be a pretty solid way to spend read news >>

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On UFC Tonight on Wednesday, UFC president Dana White discussed Alistair Overeem, Thiago Silva's reinstatement, Hector Lombard's next fight, Ben Askren, Frankie Edgar vs. Cub Swanson, Benson Henderson leaving lightweight division, Nate Diaz and more. read news >>

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UFC leaders have repeatedly said they don't view Bellator as true competition. On Friday, though, their actions indicated otherwise. In their first head-to-head time slot competition with Bellator—and for Bellator's first event under new president Scott Coker—the UFC put together a humdinger of a cable TV card for UFC Fight Night 50. Fight Night cards usually happen on Saturday, so it was telling that this particular event went down on Friday, and from Connecticut, no less, which just happens to read news >>

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Bellator 123 marked the return of the organization to Spike TV under the Scott Coker regime. The show had some ups and it certainly had some downs. The main event saw a title change in the featherweight division in what could have been the Fight of the Night. Not only was it the fight of the night in Bellator but of the entire MMA evening which included the UFC. This big event had some good and some bad. Who were the winners and who were the losers? Let's take a look right now.Begin Slideshow read news >>

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Muhammed Lawal was one of the most memorable players involved in Bellator’s first-ever pay-per-view venture this past May. read news >>

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Muhammed Lawal was one of the most memorable players involved in Bellator’s first-ever pay-per-view venture this past May. read news >>

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"Redemption means you make a change in your life and you try to do what is right, versus what you were doing, which was wrong." -- Ice T He was supposed to be "the one." When Alistair Overeem crumpled Brock Lesnar with a thunderous liver kick in the main event of UFC 141, which sent the pasty-faced brute back to the land of make believe, one of my fellow mixed martial arts (MMA) writers sent me a text message that read, "This division is in trouble." Sure felt that way at the time. After all, Ov read news >>

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Kyle McLachlan takes a look at who the real winners and losers were from last nights pay-per-view card in Sacramento, California. I don't think anyone would've complained if UFC 177 was a Fox Sports 1 card. Some good scraps, with some more meaningful than others, and a main event that turned out much more interesting than you would've thought it could be on paper. But who were the real winners and losers after it was all said and done? Winners Joe Soto: Soto was very competitive in the first two read news >>

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UFC 177 was a battered pay-per-view before it ever got a chance, but the main card came through with some solid action. T.J. Dillashaw retained his UFC bantamweight title with a fifth-round knockout, and co-main eventers Tony Ferguson and Danny Castillo had an entertaining back-and-forth battle that went to Ferguson by split decision. Bethe Correia continued her ascent up the ranks by knocking off Shayna Baszler by TKO, Carlos Diego Ferreira looked like a hot lightweight prospect in his victory read news >>

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