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SAN JOSE, Calif. — Daniel Cormier had been training hard for 23 minutes when the accident happened. It was a sparring day, and Cormier was planning on 25 hard minutes in preparation for his January title fight against light heavyweight champion Jon Jones. He'd gone three rounds, and then four. He was tired. But by the middle of his fifth and final sparring round, Cormier was still fired up. Sensing a lack of effort on the part of his training partner, Cormier urged him to come forward, softly at read news >>

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Get ready for a lesson on what friendship really is in the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA). You often hear mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters say time and time again that they will never fight one of their training partners, which is respectable. But a few moments later they'll change their tune and say that they would consider the bout, as long as a big payday comes along with it. In Nate Diaz's book, that's not true friendship. Because according to the Stockton slugger, if money is important read news >>

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Check out BloodyElbow.com's photos of the final training sessions for Manny Pacquiao, along with other Freddie Roach coached fighters on the card such as Zou Shiming and Antonio DeMarco. read news >>

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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 to the cage can play a role, as well. See what the fighters from Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 56 event in Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, (...) read news >>

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Fabricio Werdum teaching the Triangle to Omo Plata Sequence at the Paradise Warrior Retreat event. read news >>

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MEXICO CITY -- Leslie Smith talks about her UFC 180 fight against Jessica Eye, her unusually long training camp, why she moved to San Francisco for this camp, how she prefers the fight play out, and more. read news >>

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MEXICO CITY -- Kelvin Gastelum talks about his UFC 180 fight against Jake Ellenberger, what it means to him to fight in Mexico, never hearing back from Mike Dolce to work with him during this camp, and more. read news >>

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Undefeated women's bantamweight prospect (7-0) Holly Holm has suffered an undisclosed training injury and will not be able to fight Raquel Pennington December 6 at UFC 181. Brazilian media outlet MMA by Neko first reported the news, and Bleacher Report has subsequently confirmed that Holm has withdrawn from her scheduled UFC debut: Holm, the inaugural Legacy Fighting Championships Women's Bantamweight champion, was a three-division titleholder in boxing before making her MMA debut in March 2011. read news >>

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UFC rabble-rouser Wanderlei Silva posted a training video on Wednesday in support of Fabricio Werdum's interim title challenge at UFC 180. In it, Silva discussed the struggles Werdum has undergone to reach this point in his career, while also taking a thinly veiled jab at Cain Velasquez for the "favorably timed injury" that resulted in his withdrawal for the event. Check out the video above. read news >>

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Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight Wanderlei Silva may be banned from mixed martial arts (MMA), but that hasn't kept the busy Brazilian beaver out of the combat sports headlines, today releasing a video of his training with Fabricio Werdum ahead of "Vai Cavalo's" UFC 180 showdown against Mark Hunt -- who fought "The Axe Murderer" to a split decision back in 2004 -- this Saturday night (Nov. 15) in Mexico City (details). Just don't go out to dinner with Wandy unless you plan read news >>

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MMA coach extraordinaire, Greg Jackson discusses training mental toughness, visualization techniques, dealing with nerves, balancing confidence with humility and much more. It's no secret that raw talent and athleticism alone don't make champions. Skill and technique and the infamous "fight IQ" figure in also. While fight IQ is largely reactionary, it can be improved upon with solid coaching and lots of time in the gym. Greg Jackson has long been a name synonymous with world class training, and read news >>

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