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Rubio failed to make weight on his first attempt, registering a tally of 161.8 pounds. He has two hours to drop 1.8 pounds. read news >>

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Rubio failed to make weight on his first attempt, registering a tally of 161.8 pounds. He has two hours to drop 1.8 pounds. read news >>

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In part 1 of BloodyElbow’s extended interview with Mehdi Baghdad, the RFA lightweight discusses his Arabic roots, his short-term goals with RFA and his coaching experience on Arab MMA reality show ‘Al Batal.’ Many fighters have played a particularly significant role in facilitating the growth of Mixed Martial Arts in their respective countries: Georges St-Pierre for Canada, Conor McGregor for Ireland and Alexander Gustafsson for Sweden, just to name a few. Yet there is one fighter who feels he i read news >>

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Vitor Miranda will have to cut weight for his next bout under the UFC banner. The Team Nogueira fighter, who came up short against Antonio Carlos Junior at The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3 heavyweight final in May, will cut down to 185 pounds for his clash against RFA middleweight champion Jake Collier at UFC Fight Night 58 on Dec. 20 in Brazil. MMAFighting.com confirmed the match-up with sources close to the situation following a report from MMA Junkie. Miranda (9-4) entered the UFC reality show read news >>

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Chad Mendes isn’t a fan of how Jose Aldo conducts himself as a UFC champion, and he’s ready to force a change.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

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WSOF 14 headliners Ryan Ford (170.4) and Jake Shields (170.7) are each made weight and are now official for Saturday’s NBCSN-televised event, which takes place at Edmonton EXPO Centre at Northlands in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.Filed under: News, WSOF read news >>

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Follow along with Daniel Straus, Sokoudjou, Kendall Grove and Fernando Gonzalez as they emerge victorious from their Bellator 127 bouts in this edition of Bellator Uncut. Bellator 127 took place at the Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California and aired live on Spike TV. read news >>

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"My natural weight has leveled out to about 178. Even if I go back to fight at welterweight I wouldn't be a great deal bigger than I am now. I think lightweight would be a great challenge for me. I think there are a lot of good fighters at that weight class, a lot of good kick boxers so I could have some good fights. He's always kind of irritated me. I like Diego, I respect him and I forgive him for his strangeness, but in my opinion he's kind of the problem with mixed martial arts. He started o read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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Having won TUF Nations, Chad Laprise realizes the expectations he carries into Saturday night's fight in Halifax. read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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Former UFC featherweight fighter Cody McKenzie failed to make the welterweight limit of 171 on the first attempt for the BattleGrounds MMA one-night tournament. His solution? Donate blood! Guillotine magician Cody McKenzie may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer. Aside from forgetting his fight shorts at the hotel back at UFC on FOX 9 (and wearing blank Walmart shorts with pockets and tags still on them), this might be his most head-scratching moment to date. The former 145-pound fighter wei read news >>

  • 18 days ago
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And to think he used to fight at featherweight. Popular oddball, notorious party dude and former UFC competitor and The Ultimate Fighter contestant Cody McKenzie reportedly was reduced to giving blood in order to make weight for Friday's Battlegrounds MMA welterweight tournament. The news was reported Thursday by Shaun Al-Shatti of MMA Fighting. McKenzie has always walked, fought, cut weight and done everything else to the beat of his own drum and seemingly with little regard for his own well-be read news >>

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