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  • a month ago
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I believe this is refereed to as the "process of elimination." With seven of the top 10 middleweight fighters already booked to throw hands, including first choices Michael Bisping and Luke Rockhold, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) had to look elsewhere for ex-light heavyweight kingpin Lyoto Machida (No. 4). Enter CB Dollaway (No. 9), according to a report from UFC Tonight, which indicates both parties are "interested" in throwing down this December in Brazil. Machida (21-5) was able to win read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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On this episode of UFC on the Fly, the cameras join middleweights Michael Bisping and Cung Le on opposite sides of the world as they prepare for UFC Fight Night 48, which takes place Saturday in Macao, China. read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Chuck Liddell might understand why both Akira Corassani and Diego Brandao shoved Dustin Poirier – because he probably would have done the same, if not more. Filed under: Featured, News, Only on Junkie, UFC Tagged: Akira Corassani, Chuck Liddell, Diego Brandao, Dustin (...) read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Tim B. takes a look at the good and bad sides of using twitter in the MMA world. Social media has come a long way over the years, but it seems that some people in the MMA business don't have a firm grasp on when and how to it in the most positive way. When employed purely as a promotional device for by an MMA promotion it can work wonders for getting the word out about events, fighter signings, even to announce when tickets go on sale. Instead of having to hang up 1000 posters on the streets, yo read news >>

  • 9 months ago
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UFC president Dana White and former champ Georges St-Pierre both have some valid points in their argument over drug testing and MMA monopolies, but where does it leave us, after all that sound and fury?Filed under: Featured, News, UFC Tagged: Georges St-Pierre, UFC (...) read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Everyone seems to have an opinion on the recent Jon Jones/UFC 151 debacle. Enson Inoue has been able to step back and see both sides of the argument - the side of Jones, who turned down a replacement fight that led to the cancellation of UFC 151, and the side of the UFC and fans who are plenty irked at what went down. For Inoue, it comes down to more than just being a fighter. It's about being a samurai and being able to understand fears. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Phil Baroni can understand why Quinton "Rampage" Jackson got angry at UFC commentator Joe Rogan. Back in the day, he did too. But Baroni's opinion changed when he did Rogan's job himself. Now on the verge of a gig calling the fights for the new India-based promotion, Super Fight League, he knows the job. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Chris Leben and Brad Pickett come from opposite sides of the pond. They just happen to share the same philosophy about America's place in MMA: Grappling tradition separates it from its British counterpart. In our official event preview, MMAjunkie.com's Steven Marrocco explains how both strikers went about rounding out their games - and why they're confident heading into their respective UFC 138 co-main-event fights in Birmingham, England. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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Scott Coker doesn't believe Ken Hershman's exit from Showtime spells the end for Strikeforce's relationship with the premium cable channel. The Strikeforce CEO today spoke with Showtime executives following news of Hershman's departure from the network, reportedly for a job at HBO, and said the network wants to remain in the MMA business. "There are negotiations going on to extend the deal, and I believe both sides want to make a deal," Coker told MMAjunkie.com. "Both sides have indica read news >>

  • 4 years ago
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Randy Couture and James Toney, arms at their sides, stared coldly at one another in front of a few thousand fans. They did not shake hands » Weigh-in Recap UFC 118 Previews: Main Card | Prelims | Primer | Fight Week With Couture & Edgar | Breen Chat Recap read news >>

  • 4 years ago
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Not one to hold his tongue in regards to poor officiating, UFC President Dana White sided with referee Kevin Dornan and his decision to stop the Carlos Condit-Rory MacDonald bout with seven seconds to go at UFC 115 “Liddell vs. Franklin” on Saturday at the General Motors Place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. read news >>

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