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http://www.GracieUniversity.com When Royce and Ken met for the first time in UFC 1, Ken was 100% certain that he would dominate the much lighter, much weaker Royce, but things didn't go according to plan. In this classic Gracie Breakdown, Ryron and Rener give you a step-by-step breakdown of the entire match focusing on the critical mistakes and movements of both legendary fighters. According to the Grand Master, if everyone knew jiu-jitsu, the world would be a better place. Please spread the word by sharing this video on all MMA/BJJ forums you frequent.
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CANTON, Ohio (September 24, 2011) -- For the first time in his Bellator career, Joe Warren not only lost a fight but was finished as former Cuban Olympian Alexis Vila put an exclamation mark on the evening with a 64-second knockout victory over the self-proclaimed "Baddest Man on the Planet" in the main event at Bellator 51 LIVE from the Canton Civic Center on MTV2 and in commercial free HD on EPIX.
"Just spectacular performances by our 135ers," said Bellator Chairman & CEO Bjorn Rebney. "These four semi-finalists are some of the best in the world. Vila and Dantas' knockouts are two of the greatest knockouts I've seen all year. This division is stacked and I cannot wait for October 22nd in Arizona. These semi's will be magic."
Vila had his raised high inside the Canton Civic Center after putting Warren to sleep with a fierce left hook after he rocked the featherweight champion with a powerful right hand on the previous exchange. The win sent a statement to the remaining competito more
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It felt good to be back in the UFC for midwestern fighter Josh Neer, and he made the most of his first fight back.
Neer punished opponent Keith Wisniewski with a series of vicious elbows that sliced and diced him and left him a bloody mess after the 2nd round ended.
Following the fight, MMAWeekly.com caught up with Neer who talks about the win and how his time at lightweight is now finished and he'll be competing only at the welterweight class from here on out.
Check out this one on one interview with Josh Neer following his win at UFC on Versus 6: more
It was a heartbreaking night for middleweight Bryan Baker who was eliminated for the second time in a Bellator Tournament. Just one win away from a possible rematch with Alexander Shlemenko in the finals, Baker was stunned early on by Vitor Vianna. While both exchanged blows early, it was Vianna that caught Baker with a crisp overhand right to drop "The Beast" and secure a Bellator Finals spot and a shot at a $100,000 payday. more
125-pound world champion Ian McCall's arrival in the UFC comes at an opportune time for Costa Mesa, Calif.-based fighter. An embattled history with drugs awakened "Uncle Creepy" to his future as a family man and an Octagon titlist. A Cageside Sports Exclusive" Behind the Cage" Web Series Interview. Shot and edited by Rick Lee. Written and produced by Danny Acosta.
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A time lapse captured in the Affliction Artist Den documenting the making of a new design. The camera looks over Taylor's shoulder as he goes through his creative process, from concept to sketch to application. One of the coolest vids we've seen in awhile (and we're not just sayin' that 'cause we work here). more
Sam Stout spent 45-minutes of time in the cage with Spencer Fisher and over that time the pair had possibly their most career defining moments.
Friday night in Atlantic City was no different.
Following the fights, Sam Stout spoke about his trilogy with Spencer Fisher and how much it meant to have Mark DellaGrotte in his corner: more
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