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  • a year ago
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Dillard "Smokin' Joe" Pegg is already rolling with four first-round victories in 2013. But he sees Friday's RFA 8 bout with Sergio Pettis as a career launch point. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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The world was deeply saddened this week when the news came. On Monday, Nov. 7, boxing legend Joe Frazier passed away from liver cancer at the age of 67. UFC site coordinator Burt Watson was closer to Frazier than most. He worked for him. He was not only Joe's manager, but also a great friend. As he told MMAjunkie.com Radio, the two were practically family. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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MMAjunkie.com Radio today celebrates its 1,000th show with in-studio guests Phil Davis, Jacob "Stitch" Duran, Justin McCully, Ron Frazier and Samoa Joe, who join the throng of our hardcore listeners who are in town for the party. Additionally, calling into today's historic episode are Gilbert Melendez, Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal, Mauro Ranallo and Joey Oddessa. MMAjunkie.com Radio airs from 12-2 p.m. ET (9-11 a.m. PT) live from the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino's Race & Sports Book. read news >>

  • 7 hours ago
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Things keep going downhill for UFC 180. read news >>

  • 14 hours ago
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Two days after UFC 180, lost its main event, the fight card was hit with another blow. Joe Lauzon has been forced out of his scheduled fight against Diego Sanchez for undisclosed reasons. read news >>

  • a day ago
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Another great Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) match has gone up in smoke. On the heels of UFC 180 getting a new main event thanks to an injury to Heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez (full details here), the upcoming pay-per-view (PPV) event has suffered another significant loss. Joe Lauzon has been forced out of his upcoming Lightweight scrap with Diego Sanchez because of an undisclosed injury in training, according to multiple reports. No replacement has been named at this time; however, w read news >>

  • a day ago
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Directly on the heels of the news UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez is out of his UFC 180 main event bout opposite Fabricio Werdum, UFC lightweight Joe Lauzon is no longer set to face Diego Sanchez on the very same card. MMA Junkie was the first to report the news, which was later confirmed by UFC Tonight on Fox Sports 1. According to reports, the reasons for Lauzon's removal from the bout are unclear. No replacement has been named for Sanchez yet. It's also not clear if Sanchez will still read news >>

  • a day ago
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UFC 180 is falling down. Just one day after word circulated that UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez suffered an injury and would not defend his title against Fabricio Werdum at the Nov. 15 event, MMAjunkie.com has reported that Joe Lauzon is also sidelined and will not face Diego Sanchez on fight night. According to MMA Junkie's Steven Marrocco, Lauzon's withdrawal from the event was revealed by a source close to the situation who spoke under the condition of anonymity. The source did not n read news >>

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It looks like Diego is going to be getting his third opponent for UFC 180 after reports of Joe Lauzon being pulled from the card have surfaced. UFC 180 is starting to get the feel of a blighted card. Jake Ellenberger vs. Kelvin Gastellum and Ricardo Lamas vs. Dennis Bermudez have remained in tact, but the other two big fights on the main card have undergone some major upheaval. Just yesterday, we reported that Mark Hunt would be stepping in for Cain Velasquez to take on Fabricio Werdum in the ma read news >>

  • a day ago
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The hits keep coming for next month’s UFC 180, which has lost another matchup. Joe Lauzon has been forced out of his fight against Diego Sanchez on the main card. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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UFC colour commentator Joe Rogan discusses his adherence to the ‘Eat What You Kill’ movement in North America. North America has been faced with a growing trend over the past few years. It is a philosophy known as ‘Eat What You Kill,' where the adherents willingly chose to eat the animal meat that they have hunted and prepared themselves. It appears this lifestyle approach is guided by an awareness of the harmful qualities of the hormone-filled meat products in North America. Others also adhere read news >>

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