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Free agent MMA writer Mike Chiappetta discusses the current state of MMA journalism and his future. read news >>

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Recently reappointed as the head of the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board, Larry Hazzard is bringing back instant replay to combat sports events.Filed under: News read news >>

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In this edition of Bloody Elbow's preseason look at the nation's twelve best NCAA wrestling teams: the Penn State Nittany Lions. The prediction of four-time defending national champion Penn State finishing 8th at the 2015 NCAA tournament is largely influenced by various whispers about who won't be in PSU's lineup. These whispers still swirl in wrestling's rumor mill, unsettled by substantiation or refutation. One thing you learn following college wrestling long enough is that where there's smoke read news >>

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Bloody Elbow's 'dirty dozen' preseason ranking of the nation's top twelve college wrestling programs continues with number 9, the Oklahoma State Cowboys. I'm not quite sure what to make of Oklahoma State's wrestling team this year. The most decorated program in wrestling history enters the 2014-2015 season with more questions than answers. I look at their roster and wonder to myself... How will defending national champ Alex Dieringer do up a weight at 165? What about super recruit Chance Marstel read news >>

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The Iowa State Cyclones, led by Kevin Jackson, come in as the #11 team in Bloody Elbow's 'dirty dozen' ranking of NCAA wrestling teams. This is a pivotal year for the Iowa State Cyclones head coach Kevin Jackson. Jackson has assembled a talented lineup filled with wrestlers who could make deep runs in the NCAA tournament, as well as an excellent coaching staff. However, come time for nationals, if the Cyclones fail to deliver on their potential, I would have to think that Jackson would see his j read news >>

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Tests for performance-enhancing drugs and drugs of abuse came back negative following UFC 178, the Nevada State Athletic Commission today told MMAjunkie.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Kid Nate talks to Sherdog's Jack Encarnacao and Brian D'Souza of CagePotato about the UFC's third quarter 2014 results and how the rest of the year looks for MMA's biggest promotion. read news >>

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UFC Featherweight Thiago Tavares ran as a communist party member for a state election in Brazil. If you are a child of the 70's or 80's then you will remember the Cold War.Everything from TV shows to Top 40 songs referenced it. The terms "pinko" or "commie" got used with abandon, and for a time, people lived in a state of fear that the USSR and the United States might just end up throwing some nuclear dukes. That period has been over for more than 20 years, but communism is still alive and well, read news >>

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The former UFC welterweight, however, says he wasn't late for anything. After beating three men in one night to capture the BattleGrounds MMA welterweight tournament last Friday night (Oct. 3, 2014) in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Roan Carneiro suffered a brutal loss in the form of getting docked $15,000 from his winnings (details). The Oklahoma State Athletic Commission (OSAC) fined Roan that staggering amount -- which was 30-percent of his $50,000 grand prize -- for being late for a physical, according to read news >>

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The Ohio State Athletic Commission informed MMAFighting.com that the reason Roan Carneiro was fined was because he was late for the weigh-in and physical. While fighters have to worry about an array of pre and post-fight scenarios during fight week, tardiness is hardly a legitimate concern to most. Sadly, it appears that is all it will take for BattleGrounds MMA one-night tournament winner Roan Carneiro to be fined a hefty $15,000 from his $50,000 paycheck by the Ohio State Athletic Commission ( read news >>

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In the fallout of the BattleGround MMA eight-man tournament he won on Friday night, Roan Carneiro made it clear he thought he'd been "robbed" by the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission. The grand prize for navigating the eight-man field in a single night of competition was $50,000. Carneiro was docked 30 percent of his winnings by the OSAC -- $15,000 -- for showing up late to a mandatory physical examination. Carneiro talked to MMA Fighting about it on Saturday. "They took 30 percent of my money, read news >>

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