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  • a month ago
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Lost Arts continues its look at the art of the European Longsword, this time looking at a vital military skill, fighting an enemy in armor. For the second installment of Lost Arts, we will continue to look at the lost martial art around the wielding of the the European Longsword. If you are new to the series the first article is going to have to be required reading as it discussed why the Longsword qualified as a "Lost Art", the sources that provide the information, the basic information about w read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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In what could very well be the biggest card of 2014, Jon "Bones" Jones will defend the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship against seasoned challenger Glover Teixeira at UFC 172. Along with that marquee matchup, many of the biggest names and fastest-rising stars in UFC will be in action as well. With 10 hard-hitting contests across UFC Fight Pass, Fox Sports 1 and pay-per-view, Saturday night will be chock-full of MMA action. Here is the full viewing schedule for every fight on the card and a clo read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Chris Cope is recovering from a hand injury, he still holds down a full-time job, and he knows his UFC career is about to get tougher, as it quickly does for all alumni of "The Ultimate Fighter." His next challenge comes next month on the overseas UFC 138 card, an event poo-pooed by most fans. So what in the world what makes Cope so damn happy? read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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For more than a decade, the Ultimate Fighting Championship has kept Brazil at a distance, plunging its promotional efforts into the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and Australia. On Saturday, when UFC 134 “Silva vs. Okami” touches down at the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, its focus finally shifts back to the home of some of its most accomplished superstars read news >>

  • 4 years ago
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In what's likely more of a good-natured publicity stunt than a vital new policy, UFC officials today announced a ban of vuvuzelas at this weekend's UFC 116 event. Vuvuzelas are horn-shaped noisemakers popularized (and perhaps overused) during this year's FIFA World Cup. UFC president Dana White is credited with implementing the ban. read news >>