It's not every day you see Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) tearing up one of its contracts to allow a fighter to compete for the competition. Especially Bellator MMA. Then again, how often does the opportunity come along to "beat the shit" out of Tito Ortiz? Not often, which is why UFC President Dana White gave retired light heavyweight Stephan Bonnar his early release, allowing "The American Psycho" to shack up with the boys at Spike TV (details). "I released him to do it," White told the read news >>
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - In July 2013, Stephan Bonnar retired and was inducted to the UFC Hall of Fame. The pick wasn't without controversy - he finished with a career record of 15-8, and twice popped for steroids in post-fight drug tests - but he was inducted due to the impact on the sport of his fight with Forrest Griffin at the first Ultimate Fighter Finale. Earlier this week, Bonnar announced his plans to come out of retirement and fight for Bellator after spending a decade with the UFC. And whi read news >>
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If you didn't know the name Zorobabel Moreira prior to last weekend's One FC event, you probably remember him now after his vicious soccer kick knockout win over Roger Huerta.
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