In the best-case scenario, Mark Munoz would go to Manila and walk through Luke Barnatt in front of his entire ancestry. He would do away with the last couple of losses where he was a shell of himself read news >>
Ryan Bader is IN IT TO WIN IT! "Darth" was left stranded earlier this week when Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) pulled him from the UFC Fight Night 68 card in New Orleans, thanks to a field prom read news >>
- 5 months ago
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PHOENIX, Ariz. -- Claudia Gadelha and Joanna Jedrzejczyk shared more than a few strong words throughout UFC on FOX 13's fight week, and those harsh feelings didn't stop once the fight ended. In a sce read news >>
- 8 months ago
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Really quick, let’s lay out the doomsday scenario for T.J. Dillashaw. The new men’s bantamweight champion is already getting the short end of the stick on Saturday—slated for a nonsensical immediate read news >>
- 10 months ago
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UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is unbeaten inside the cage (9-0, all finishes) and is a former Olympic bronze medalist in Judo, so it makes sense that she would be confident in her fi read news >>
The worst-case scenario has come true for Carlos Condit. read news >>
LONDON – Ilir Latifi might be the easiest fighter to forgive for a loss in UFC history. This time, it’s a much better situation for him.Filed under: News, Only on Junkie, UFC Tagged: Ilir Latif read news >>
On Saturday at UFC 162, Tim Kennedy makes his UFC debut after 12 years as a professional MMA fighter, including three in the now-defunct Strikeforce organization, where he once vied for the promotion read news >>
- 2 years ago
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The way the whole thing played out for Daniel Cormier's next fight has been spot on. In fact, the heavyweight said, a better script could not have been written.
Cormier, a former standout wrestl read news >>
Urijah Faber has been on a rollercoaster over the last few months but the ride finally comes to an end when he faces Renan Barao at UFC 149.
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- 3 years ago
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It's really a simple scenario: Efrain Escudero can either bring it every day in practice, or he can get his butt kicked.
There's no in between when it comes to training with his MMA Lab teammates read news >>