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Heavyweights Mark Hunt and Roy Nelson headline this weekend's tip to Saitama, Japan. The Line Up Bantamweight Alex Caceres vs. Masanori Kanehara Featherweight Katsunori Kikuno vs. Sam Sicilia Welterweight Hyun Gyu Lim vs. Takenori Sato Bantamweight Michinori Tanaka vs. Kyung Ho Kang Lightweight Kazuki Tokudome vs. Johnny Case Featherweight Maximo Blanco vs. Dan Hooker The Odds Alex Caceres -280 Masanori Kanehara +220 Katsunori Kikuno -155 Sam Sicilia +125 Hyun Gyu Lim -550 Takenori Sato +400 Kyu read news >>

  • 18 hours ago
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In a sport that rolls on nearly every weekend, year-round, physical and mental burnout are very real threats. But if MMA won’t hit the pause button, could fighters benefit from carving out a break for themselves?Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

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MMAFighting.com's Guilherme Cruz recaps a busy weekend in MMA. read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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Check out results for WSOF 13 and ONE FC 20 from this weekend. Apart from having a huge combat sports weekend filled with Mayweather vs. Maidana and a UFC card, there were other regional MMA events as well. WSOF 13 was broadcasted on NBC, while ONE FC 20 was uncharacteristically not shown at all outside of Cambodia. Here are quick results to get you caught up: WSOF 13September 13, 2014 - Marlon Moraes defeated Cody Bollinger by Submission (RNC, R2, 1:35)- Ozzy Dugulubgov defeated Keon Caldwel by read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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World Series of Fighting (WSOF) returns this weekend (Sat., Sept. 13., 2014) with WSOF 13: “Moraes vs. Bollinger,” which goes down from Sands Bethlehem Event Center, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The main card features a crop of younger talent ready to showcase their face-punching skills to the world of mixed martial arts (MMA). Check out our main card preview and predictions below. World Series of Fighting (WSOF) returns with another fight card, and this time, the promotion will showcase its youn read news >>

  • 7 days ago
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Andrei Arlovski and Antonio Silva headline this weekend's card in Brasilia, Brazil. The Line Up Featherweight Godofredo Castro vs. Dashon Johnson Welterweight Igor Araújo vs. George Sullivan Lightweight Francisco Trinaldo vs. Leandro Silva Welterweight Paulo Thiago vs. Sean Spencer Bantamweight Rani Yahya vs. Johnny Bedford The Odds Dashon Johnson +135 Godofredo Pepey -165 George Sullivan +145 Igor Araujo -175Francisco Trinaldo -180Leandro Silva +150Paulo Thiago +150 Sean Spencer -180Johnny Bedf read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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MMAFighting.com's Luke Thomas looks at a busy weekend in MMA. read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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The UFC returns to Brazil this weekend with UFC Fight Night 51. Headlined by heavyweights Andrei Arlovski and Antonio Silva, the card is loaded with Brazilian talent and up-and-comers throughout the world of MMA. Despite the big heavyweight attraction, the card really lacks much depth. Sure, it's a Fight Pass exclusive, but fans need a bigger reason to spend their Saturday night watching the event. Need five reasons to watch the event this weekend? Fine, it wasn't easy, but here is why you shoul read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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This weekend, Jeff Monson stumbled in his latest attempt at a second consecutive win, while Motonobu Tezuka made some noise on the Japanese circuit. Plus, must-see, knock-down, drag-out action from Russia featuring Bellator vet Vyacheslav Vasilevsky. An expected bout between Tim Sylvia and Christian Morecraft fell apart following injuries to both fighters, but it was a busy weekend on the regionals nonetheless. On Thursday, at Coalizao Fight 3 in Belem, Brazil, would-be UFC heavyweight Geronimo read news >>

  • 15 days ago
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Ahead of their fights this weekend, Joe Lauzon and Michelle Waterson sit down for a special conversation with the Great MMA Debate podcast. read news >>

  • 16 days ago
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The MMA media made Dana White mad this weekend by dogging a bedraggled pay-per-view. White made the media mad last week by overstepping his bounds and plucking a judge from the rotation in Macau after two fights (made that much worse because, he later admitted, it was a case of mistaken identity). If you were just coming into this sport, and paying attention to these sore feelings, you’d swear that the two generally don’t get along. It didn’t help that GQ listed Dana among the world’s most sleaz read news >>

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