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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #1 Jose Aldo vs. #8 Maurice Smith. Vote now! Quick programming note - We'll be off from voting tomorrow for Christmas, then returning Friday to close out the opening round with the battle of Chute Boxe: Wanderlei vs. Shogun! So here was my plan for this week: post an easy one sided fight for a few days in a row, allowing me to write up the next day and just assume that I knew who read news >>

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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #2 Anthony Pettis vs. #7 Igor Vovchanchyn. Vote now! There's been a slight delay due to the busy holiday season, but we are now back with the next fight in our BE's Baddest Greatest Striker tournament. Last time out, we saw a battle between two men who were victorious this past weekend in the UFC. Inside our cage, it was Lyoto Machida claiming the win over Renan Barao by a lopside read news >>

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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #1 Lyoto Machida vs. #8 Renan Barao. Vote now! In our last fight, what looked like a close, 4 vs 5 match-up ended up being anything but. Georges St. Pierre rolled through Dominick Cruz with no trouble at all, sending the former Bantamweight champion packing with a score of 69-16. Up next for GSP - a considerably greater challenge in the form of Mark Hunt. Today, 1 vs 8 - Lyoto Mac read news >>

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When it came to size and skill, the early UFC didn't care! Vote in the OSMMA Review Awards to decide which mismatched opponents were your favorite! The old school days of the early UFC gave us the gift of no weight classes. This meant that a giant sumo could fight a tiny karate fighter (and hey, that did happen). Combined with little care for skill level, you could have a person that has been fighting professionally for years taking on a guy that just stepped out of the gym for the first day, or read news >>

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In Bangkok this year we have seen some seriously violent and action-packed fights; but which one of these three was the best? Muay Ties, the leading Muay Thai video channel, and friend of Bloody Elbow, is handing out awards for the first time this year. The 'Fight of the Year' award is currently closely contested. Whilst the view count of the videos is important, giving these videos a 'thumbs up' on YouTube is also a big part of the process. You can make a stand by voting on which of these three read news >>

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Who executed the best submission in the early days of the UFC? Vote here and let us know who you think was the master of making people tap out! In the early days of the UFC, a TKO or referee stoppage was often what ended a fight. Knockouts happened plenty as well, but there were also plenty of times that fighters gave up due to various reasons. Fatigue and confusion typically led to a panicked tap from fighters who were in over their head, but many fighters had no choice once their arms were twi read news >>

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What was the best old school UFC event ever (from 1993-1996)? Vote in the OSMMA Review Awards and tell us what your favorite show was! During our first season of the Old School MMA Review, we made it through the first thirteen events of the SEG UFC era. We had some duds, and we had some great ones. Today, we honor those events that were not only watchable, but highly enjoyable and worth watching again and again. Here are the nominees for Best Event Ever: UFC 2 - The first and only sixteen man to read news >>

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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #4 Georges St. Pierre vs. #5 Dominick Cruz. Vote now! Monday, I said that, despite his #7 ranking, Conor McGregor was a live dog against #2 seed Bas Rutten. I was wrong. So wrong. McGregor got taken to the woodshed by El Guapo, losing by a resounding 82-16. Brutal, but deserved. That sets up our next second round fight, as Bas will take on Jon Jones in a MMA nerd fantasy dream mat read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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Vote here in the first OSMMA Review Awards and let us know who you think cut the best promo from the early SEG UFC days! While most fighters talk with their fists, many of them trying actually using their voices every now and then. Back in the good ole' days of no-holds-barred cage fighting, the internet was just beginning to be a thing. Like all fighting promotions, be it boxing or pro-wrestling, the UFC knew that they had to have their fighters grab a mic and talk in front of a camera to show read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #2 Bas Rutten vs. #7 Conor McGregor. Vote now! It took nine fights to get there, but we finally have our first upset of the tournament. And it's an interesting upset indeed. #5 seed Demetrious Johnson defeated #4 Chuck Liddell in the closest fight of the tournament so far, 58-42. Kind of amazing that The Iceman won't make it out of the opening round, but here we are. Johnson has t read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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Vote here in the OSMMA Review Awards to let us know who you think was the most memorable loser from the SEG days of early UFC events! Keep in mind when you vote, being the most memorable loser does not mean we are basing this on who did the worst in the UFC, since some of the men in this list appeared more than once in the UFC, or even had fights elsewhere (although we are only basing this on this time period and not later). This category is to determine who left the biggest imprint with fans af read news >>

  • 19 days ago
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Who had the best slugfest in the early days of the UFC? Vote in the OSMMA Review Awards and help decide! Sure, technical fights are great to watch but sometimes, you want something else. While seeing Jose Aldo or Demetrious Johnson work their magic on someone is exciting, every now and then you need a little Mark Hunt to spice things up. This category is that extra spice to the days of Old School MMA. Zane and I chose our favorite brawls from the early SEG UFC events and have set them up here fo read news >>

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Which fight from the old school UFC was the best? Help us decide by voting in the OSMMA Review Awards! We have talked about a lot of stinky fights and lame finishes in our other polls. Now it is time to discuss the best of the best, and I do not mean that 1989 movie about the Tae Kwon Do fighters (although that is worth watching, too). This was a tough category to put together, since we had to determine criteria for what made it a "best fight". For us, it was having a back-and-forth contest that read news >>

  • 21 days ago
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It's time to vote for the best of the best from the worst of the worst old school UFC fights! Not surprising to anyone, this is the biggest category in our entire award show. In my opinion, it also might be the toughest one to vote on. Think about it - you are voting on which fight is the best of the best out of the worst of the worst in an era where tapping out from just being on the ground was not uncommon. The fights we have selected are the ones that made you groan, made you fast-forward VHS read news >>

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