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  • 2 years ago
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Kid Yamamoto talks about returning back to Japan and fighting Vaughn Lee watch video >>

  • 2 years ago
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http://mmaweekly.com caught up with Kid Yamamoto in Tokyo, Japan before his fight against Vaughan Lee at UFC 144. watch video >>

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Jonathan Shrager speaks with possibly the most well known and respected Mixed Martial Arts journalist on the planet, Ariel Helwani. - Official Website: http:... watch video >>

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Before their much anticipated encore, mixed martial arts legends Dan Henderson and Shogun Rua recount their epic first meeting that is universally acclaimed as one of the greatest fights of all-time. watch video >>

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Shannon Lee talks about her father Bruce Lee's legacy in the world of mixed martial arts and much more on The MMA Hour. Subscribe to our channel for more MMA videos like this. Click here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=mmafightingonsbn - Check us out on Facebook (Facebook.com/MMAFighting) and follow us on Twitter (@MMAFighting)! - MMA Fighting http://www.mmafighting.com watch video >>

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Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) legend and UFC veteran Renzo Gracie speaks to MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani about his incident with New York City muggers plus how and why he was able to live Tweet the incident. Subscribe to our channel for more MMA videos! Click here: http://www.youtube.com/user/MMAFightingonSBN?feature=watch - Check us out on Facebook (Facebook.com/MMAFighting) and follow us on Twitter (@MMAFighting)! - MMA Fighting http://www.mmafighting.com watch video >>

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While in Tokyo, Japan for this Saturday's UFC 144 super-card, martial arts aficionado Georges St-Pierre took the opportunity to train in the birthplace of hand-to-hand combat. watch video >>

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While in Tokyo, Japan for this Saturday's UFC 144 super-card, martial arts aficionado Georges St-Pierre took the opportunity to train in the birthplace of hand-to-hand combat. The reigning UFC welterweight champion, who has always considered himself a martial artist first and foremost, takes instruction on how to use a katana (traditional Japanese curved sword) from children from the Kawai Kindergarden School in Tokyo. 'GSP' -- who has mastered so many martial arts and added them to his Octagon skillset -- was taken to school by the kids when it came to Kenjutsu. "In school in Canada, we play hockey," said St-Pierre. "I always wanted to be a Samurai when I was a kid, but those kids hit me pretty hard." St-Pierre fared much better when he visited the Kyokushin Karate school. The champ took an appreciative class through a series of katas (Japanese for 'form', practicing individual techniques) and was clearly very excited to be at the birthplace of the ancient martial art. "Karate wa watch video >>

  • 2 years ago
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While in Tokyo, Japan for this Saturday's UFC 144 super-card, martial arts aficionado Georges St-Pierre took the opportunity to train in the birthplace of hand-to-hand combat. The reigning UFC welterweight champion, who has always considered himself a martial artist first and foremost, takes instruction on how to use a katana (traditional Japanese curved sword) from children from the Kawai Kindergarden School in Tokyo. 'GSP' -- who has mastered so many martial arts and added them to his Octagon skillset -- was taken to school by the kids when it came to Kenjutsu. "In school in Canada, we play hockey," said St-Pierre. "I always wanted to be a Samurai when I was a kid, but those kids hit me pretty hard." St-Pierre fared much better when he visited the Kyokushin Karate school. The champ took an appreciative class through a series of katas (Japanese for 'form', practicing individual techniques) and was clearly very excited to be at the birthplace of the ancient martial art. "K watch video >>

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