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Okay, so here's the worst possible new we could get heading into February. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight kingpin Chris Weidman has been injured -- yes, again -- and pulled from his UFC 184 pay-per-view (PPV) title fight against Vitor Belfort, originally scheduled for the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., on Feb. 28, 2015. MMA Junkie was first to report the change. With "All American" sidelined, the co-main event showdown between Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano will take ove read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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There was a lot to love about UFC on FOX 14. The ratings were great, it looked fantastic on television, and a fighter's comeback story took another surprising turn. On the other hand, the pacing wasn't great and some fighters who had no business being in the UFC fought on the card. It's time to separate the winners from the losers, the best from the worst and the signal from the noise. Hottest Hand: UFC There's no denying it. The UFC is having an excellent month. They've staged a series of event read news >>

  • 17 days ago
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2014 was a year with some high highs and some very, very low lows for MMA. Fighters committed multiple ghastly offenses. They said and did things where the only proper response is a hard rolling of the eyes. And on top of all that, they just...kept...getting...injured. There were some positives, however. Several fighters established themselves as elite-level talents. Multiple promotions added numerous intriguing young talents and comeback stories were aplenty. So what were the five best stories read news >>

  • 23 days ago
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Who was the best of the best (and best of the worst) in Old School MMA history? Watch the video and see who the fans decided were worthy to win a Golden Andy Anderson! read news >>

  • 25 days ago
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Make your pick for the worst judge's decision of 2014 in Bloody Elbow's Year-End Awards. It seems that Mookie is too busy being a tiny centerfielder for the Boston Red Sox and won't be able to handle the awards this time around. In his place, is...well, me. Contain your joy. Over the next few days, Bloody Elbow is going to ask for your opinion on some of the best (and worst) things that have happened in the MMA world over the course of 2014. There will be a total of eight different categories yo read news >>

  • a month ago
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It was a long, crazy year of fights in mixed marital arts. Simply put, 2014 was busy and had no shortage of decisions left in the hands of the judges. Most of the time, the judges got it right. However, like we've seen in so many cases, the judges got it wrong and caused controversy throughout the MMA world. That is what we call a robbery. In 2014, what were the five biggest robberies the judges handed out? Let's take a look back and see what the most controversial calls of the year were.Begin S read news >>

  • a month ago
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Wacky things can happen in the lower levels of any sport. From flea flickers in high school football to bouncing-puck goals in junior league hockey, extra heaps of fun (be it through novelty or schadenfreude) can often be had when looking to the amateurs. MMA is no different, and absurd things, whether funny, silly or scary, can be found when one looks past the bright lights of the UFC and into the dim barns, rec centers and converted basketball courts of the regional circuit. From unusual submi read news >>

  • a month ago
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UFC on FOX 13 and The Ultimate Fighter 20 Finale offered a lot to like. There were standout performances, a new champion was crowned, fighters showed tremendous development, a prospect proved his worth and more. Yet, there were fights with ugly health consequences, an overstatement of success and more. It's time separate the good from the bad, the winners from the losers and the signal from the noise from the UFC weekend. 1. Best Fighters on the Cards: Rafael dos Anjos, Carla Esparza The Fighter read news >>

  • a month ago
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July 2014. Las Vegas. The worst year of Stefan Struve’s life was about to come to what he expected to be a triumphant close. Nearly 12 months after being diagnosed with a leaking bicuspid aortic valve in... read news >>

  • a month ago
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UFC 181 had a lot to love and hate. The quality of the main card was high, the entire event featured a set of fighter comebacks, and a new champion was crowned. On the other hand, a man deeply unqualified to be there was announced with great fanfare. It's time separate the good from the bad, the best from the worst and the signal from the noise. Ray Hudson Magisterial Award: Anthony Pettis thrashing of Gilbert Meldnez Pettis was the best fighter on the card on Saturday. That's saying something g read news >>

  • a month 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 >>

  • a month ago
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After opening up on several occasions about the culture of his gym and death of amateur kickboxer Dennis Munson Jr., coach Duke Roufus is beginning to move on from a trying time in his life and career as a martial artist.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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We're not sure why this guy attempted a punch off the cage when he clearly needs to work more on his fundamentals. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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UFC Fight Night 57 had a lot to offer. The card was generally good, the main event scintillating and a preliminary card with its own set of interesting outcomes. It also had plenty of poor fights, outmatched international competitors and bizarre performances. It's time to separate the good from the bad, the winners from the losers and the signal from the noise. Y'all Forgot About Dre Award: Frankie Edgar There's probably a few factors that went into Edgar not necessarily being underrated, but im read news >>

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