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UFC president Dana White officially announced Grace Tourinho as the managing director for UFC in Brazil on November 2013, and her tenure will end one year later. Tourinho, who first started working for the promotion in early 2013, will leave the promotion next month, according to a report from Veja. Sources close to the situation confirmed the news to MMAFighting.com. The UFC is looking for a new managing director for their office in Brazil, a source said, but has no timetable for any announceme read news >>

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Let's run down the list of "Who’s Hot" and "Who’s Not" from UFC 179: “Aldo vs. Mendes 2”, which took place last night (Sat., Oct. 25, 2014), nominating the biggest winners and losers from the pay-per-view (PPV) event inside Maracanazinho Gymnasium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returned last night (Oct. 25, 2014) after a three-week lull between events with the UFC 179 pay-per-view (PPV) live from Maracanazinho Gymnasium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. After a unceremo read news >>

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RIO DE JANEIRO -- Phil Davis discusses his upcoming fight at UFC 179 against Glover Teixeira, his latest trip to Brazil, and much more during UFC 179 media day Thursday. read news >>

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To hear him tell it, Bobby Lashley barely resembles the fighter he was four years ago, when his trial by fire came on a national stage for what was then the world’s second-largest mixed martial arts promotion. read news >>

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With one of the most dominant champs in the UFC holding sway over the flyweight division, Wilson Reis believes it might be time for some new names to surface near Demetrious Johnson at the top. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Can Scott Jorgensen's UFC career survive a 1-3 run at flyweight? Does Yan Cabral's grappling-centric game mark him for a hasty cut by the UFC? Plus, Fabricio Camoes and Naoyuki Kotani fight with their backs against the wall. Likely Cut With a Loss Fabricio Camoes (14-8-1, 1-3-1 UFC), Tony Martin (8-2, 0-2 UFC) - Camoes was a strange choice to be brought back for a second UFC campaign, and it's likely a loser-leaves-town match between him and Martin. Naoyuki Kotani (33-11-7, 0-3 UFC) - I think it read news >>

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Unfortunate, but not surprising. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has said goodbye to longtime welterweight veteran Paulo Thiago, not long after awarding the Brazilian a four-fight contract extension, according to Combate (via MMA Fighting). Unfortunately, his first contest under that new deal was a loss, which marked his third straight. And his seventh since early 2010. Thiago (15-8), who also serves as a police officer in Brazil, put the division on notice with a stunning knockout win over read news >>

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Paul Bradley has blundered during some key opportunities to shine during his MMA career. He’s failed to capitalize on several key moments that could have taken his care to the next level, but at Bellator 129, he gets perhaps one last chance. Filed under: Bellator, (...) read news >>

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Steven Siler's UFC stint has come to an end. The 27-year old out of Orem, Utah has been a part of the company since appearing on The Ultimate Fighter 14. But the featherweight tweeted on Thursday that his run with the company is done. "I wanna thank the @UFC @danawhite @seanshelby for everything, I will be back in the UFC I'm not done yet," Siler tweeted. Siler (23-13) got off to a promising start, winning five of his first six UFC contests, with a decision over Cole Miller and a knockout of Mik read news >>

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As he gets older, Damacio Page is looking to capture the Legacy FC championship on Friday, then wants to finish his career with another UFC run. read news >>

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Few can share a story as unique as Gene Yu. The former Green Beret is the Chinese commentator for ONE FC and founder of the FLOW apparel line. In the second of a three-part series (Pt. 1 here), Yu discussed a now infamous incident while training in Special Forces involving "Papa John's Pizza," and how it sent his career on a completely different path. Now that you know the story of the rescue, how Yu gained the knowledge to help Evelyn Chang is almost as incredible. When Yu was only a few days a read news >>

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