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  • 4 days ago
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MACAU – Colby Covington was given three rounds to show his skills in his UFC debut, but he only needed one.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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After using his grappling skills to earn the unanimous decision victory over Ovince St. Preux this past weekend (Sat., Aug. 16, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 47: "Bader vs. St. Preux" in Bangor, Maine, we take a look at who could be next for Ryan Bader. Where do we begin? For starters, Ryan Bader's win over Ovince St. Preux this past weekend (Sat., Aug. 16, 2014) at UFC Fight Night 47 in Bangor, Maine, wasn't the most thrilling 25 minutes we've ever seen. To be honest, their scrap would have been bet read news >>

  • 10 days ago
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While it take intense training, world-class skills and maybe even a bit of luck to register a UFC win, picking the right song to accompany you into the cage is a key talent, as well. See what the fighters of UFC Fight Night 47 went with as their backing tracks.Filed under: (...) read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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Former UFC light-heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida believes Chris Weidman is more than capable of standing with Vitor Belfort when they meet in December. After going five round with the champion last month at UFC 175, Lyoto Machida does not doubt Chris Weidman's chances against Vitor Belfort in the striking department. Machida is in a unique position to make that statement. He has previously trained with Belfort and has recently faced Weidman in a bout that was entirely a stand-up battle. While read news >>

  • a month ago
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The well-rounded skills of Jorge Masvidal proved too great an obstacle for Daron Cruickshank to overcome. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Ray Longo exalted Chris Weidman's skills in the striking area and explained that the gameplan at UFC 175 was not to give Lyoto Machida space. Responsible for the stand up game of Chris Weidman, Ray Longo expressed his pride in the striking showed by his pupil against Lyoto Machida at UFC 175, last Saturday. Interviewed by 6th Round, the head coach praised the performance of Weidman's opponent and said that the UFC middleweight champion is capable of knocking anyone out in the division. According read news >>

  • a month ago
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According to oddsmakers, Alexis Davis is the biggest underdog on the UFC 175 bill. read news >>

  • a month ago
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Today's mixed martial arts takes a certain kind of individual to stand out and succeed. No longer does one elite discipline supersede the rest. No longer does one attribute dictate perennial greatness. Instead, fighters need to be equipped from head to toe. This includes their ability to work the mic. While nobody in the near future is going to match the overall precision on the mic that the likes of Chael Sonnen did, that doesn't mean they can't make progress. Here are five fighters who can wal read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Cain Velasquez is already the UFC heavyweight champion but could the American Kickboxing Academy product become a champion in professional boxing? One man seems to think so. Speaking with Sherdog, Robert Garcia handed out quite a bit of praise Velasquez's way (emphasis mine): There's a local [MMA] gym here in Oxnard, and I have had some of the guys come in and do stand up with us. One of the guys that came in for a few days that was training with me that we were really excited to have was Cain V read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Cain Velasquez has shown that he can outstrike the best-of-the-best in mixed martial arts (MMA). But, can "Brown Pride" do the same to the best Heavyweight boxers in the world? One famed trainer seems to think he can. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight Champion, Cain Velasquez, has already conquered the world of mixed martial arts (MMA). But, can he do the same in the sport of boxing? Robert Garcia, famed trainer of the "sweet science," seems to think so. Speaking to Sherdog, Garci read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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After wrecking shop in China, the "White Tiger" was able to compete at home, with similar results. Irshaad Sayed sprung to prominence by winning the RUFF 135-pound belt and then donating a chunk of his prize money to build a school in China. But after this act of philanthropy, he was back to the normal business of being a fighter last week, returning to his native South Africa to compete at EFC 27. Sayed has spent his entire mixed martial arts (MMA) career competing in Asia -- but is originally read news >>

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