- 3 months ago
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World Series of Fighting (WSOF) welterweight Ryan Ford broke his arm less than two weeks before his WSOF 14 main event showdown with Jake Shields, which took place just last night (Sat., Oct. 11, 2014) inside Edmonton EXPO Centre at Northlands in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, live on NBC Sports. Ford revealed X-rays of his fractured ulna bone right here. As expected, news of the pre-fight injury raised serious questions about fighter safety, since each combatant is required to pass a physical prior read news >>
Tyron Woodley was on Canfield Drive just two days before Michael Brown was gunned down by police officer Darren Wilson. "I was a one-minute walk away from where it happened," Woodley says. "It was way too close to home." Woodley was with his three sons, getting his hair cut. He'd been down Canfield Drive many times, because Woodley is part of Ferguson, Missouri. He grew up in Ferguson. He attended elementary, middle and high school in the Ferguson school district. He lived in one house in Fergus read news >>
- 6 months ago
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UFC welterweight champion Johny Hendricks can point to one reason why he thinks a rematch with now-retired titleholder Georges St-Pierre is in the future.Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>
UFC president Dana White is skeptical of the way testosterone replacement therapy is being used and plans to test fighters using it throughout their training camps. read news >>
SAN JOSE, Calif. - Tomorrow, the Strikeforce heavyweight grand prix will come to an end.
But then what?
Officially, the winner gets one more fight under the Strikeforce banner before the division is folded. But in reality, there isn't much of a division to fold. Finding the guy who wants to fight the winner of the tourney isn't going to be an easy sell, finalist Daniel Cormier told MMAjunkie.com.
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- 2 years ago
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Matt Hughes is leaning toward Anderson Silva when the middleweight champ rematches Chael Sonnen at UFC 147, and he doesn't feel that way because Silva will presumably be healthier this time around.
In fact, Hughes doesn't really buy into the idea that a rib injury made Silva perform poorly before he managed to pull out a come-from-behind submission at UFC 117.
"Nobody goes out there 100 percent," Hughes said on the set of "UFC Tonight" on FUEL TV.
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- 3 years ago
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Count Dana White among those who are a bit skeptical that Saturday night will be Randy Couture's last fight.
During introductions of those competing at the sold-out UFC 129 at its
pre-fight press conference, the UFC president wanted to get something
out of the way concerning the UFC Hall of Famer's recent proclamation
that Lyoto Machida is his last opponent.
"The press started calling me and saying, 'What do you think about Randy
Couture retiring?' White said. "And my answer to that wa read news >>