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Amanda Nunes: 'That's It for Ronda Rousey' (UFC 207 video) |

Amanda Nunes had a hand in ushering Miesha Tate into retirement, did she just do the same for Ronda Rousey?

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Ultimate Fighting Championship President Dana White, Matt Serra and Din Thomas travel to White's vacation home in Maine to find the next generation of Octagon talent.

UFC Phoenix free full fight video: Penn vs. Florian

Before B.J. Penn makes his return to the Octagon, watch the UFC legend’s 2009 win over Kenny Florian to retain his lightweight belt.

UFC 207 Highlight Video: Watch Cody Garbrandt Take Dominick Cruz's Title

A sizeable underdog coming into the fight, Cody Garbrandt certainly looked like a seasoned veteran as he picked apart defending champion Dominick Cruz from the start and snatched his title away. “No Love” sliced Cruz up with his fists and dropped the champ repeatedly.

Ronda Rousey Towers Over UFC 207 Fighter Salaries |

Despite losing the fight, Ronda Rousey towered over the UFC 207: Nunes vs. Rousey disclosed fighter payroll.

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UFC 207: TJ Dillashaw vs. John Lineker full fight video highlights

Watch highlights of T.J. Dillashaw’s dominant win over John Lineker at UFC 207.

UFC 207 Prelims: Neil Magny Deals Johny Hendricks Third Consecutive Defeat

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Rousey breaks silence following loss with statement

Ronda Rousey released a statement to ESPN on Saturday, hours after being knocked out in 48 seconds by Amanda Nunes.

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Jon Jones Lends Ronda Rousey His Support and Advice |

After Ronda Rousey was dismantled in 48 seconds on Friday night, Jon Jones lent his support and advice to his friend and fellow former champion.

VIDEO | Thank You Edmond (Definitive 2016 Version) |

Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey suffered a shocking 48-second TKO loss to Amanda Nunes in the main event of UFC 207 on Friday night in Las Vegas. The loss marked Rousey’s second straight setback, as she was previously defeated by Holly Holm at UFC 193 in November of 2015 by way of a...

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Ronda Rousey's Mom Has Same Opinion of Coach, Thinks Rousey Should Retire (video) |

Ronda Rousey's mom is still not a fan of her daughter's coach, and she's not a fan of her daughter continuing to fight.

Bellator’s Michael Page mocks Ronda Rousey with dance video

Kicking someone when they’re down? Bellator fighter Michael Page created a "Do the Rousey" dance to mock her UFC 207 loss.

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Ronda Rousey's mom weighs in on her loss at UFC 207

Neil Magny vs. Johny Hendricks video highlights

Watch Neil Magny vs. Johny Hendricks full fight video highlights from UFC 207's preliminary card.

Gaethje defends WSOF title in wild fight; Fitch may retire

Justin Gaethje remains the WSOF champ, but Jon Fitch’s career may be over.

Urijah Faber Exclusive: Cody Garbrandt is Destined to be the Greatest (video) |

Urijah Faber spoke exclusively to after teammate Cody Garbrandt accomplished something that he was unable to do during his illustrious career.

No Thanks! Nick Diaz Turns Down UFC Offer To Rematch Robbie Lawler

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Rousey coach believes it’s ’50-50’ she returns to UFC

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VIDEO | Joe Rogan and crew discuss Ronda Rousey's fight against Amanda Nunes |

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Alan Jouban 6' 0" 170lb An American professional mixed martial artist in the welterweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He began training Muay Thai 11 years ago and was undefeated as an amateur. This led him to a career as a professional competitor in mixed martial arts. In 2010, Jouban won his first amateur fight via TKO 14 seconds into the first round; followed by a victorious first round 15 second knockout in his first professional fight in 2011. He made his debut in the UFC in 2014 with a knockout in the first round and earned Fight of the Night honors for his performance. Alan Jouban has a total of 18 MMA fights with a total of 14 wins and 4 loses. 9 of his wins came by knockout and 4 by submission. Amongst his most recent achievements, Jouban defeated Brendan O’Reilly in March of 2016 at UFC Fight Night 85 with a TKO in the first round. In his last fight, he defeated Belal Muhammad with a unanimous decision, earning him Fight of the Night honors for his outstanding performance. Jouban is anticipated to fight Mike Perry in December of 2016.

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Ferguson: If Khabib is willing to pay me but UFC won’t, ‘something’s wrong with that sh*t’

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Ronda Rousey Breaks Her Silence, Releases NEW Touching Statement

Former UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey didn’t have the return she’d hoped for at UFC 207. Rousey was super confident coming in as the challenger to current champion Amanda Nunes, but was knocked out in 48 seconds of the first round.

Cruz All Class In Defeat, Says He Had A Blast Fighting New Champ Garbrandt

Dominick Cruz tasted defeat for only the second time in his long career at UFC 207 as he lost the UFC bantamweight title to Cody Garbrandt. The fight was almost the opposite of what many had expected with Cruz unable to catch Cody and getting caught with a lot of hard shots from Garbrandt.

Gabi Garcia Breaks Out In Post-Fight Brawl After Being Challenged In Ring

Gabi Garcia had no issues blasting through Yumiko Hotta in their fight at RIZIN on New Year’s Eve, but it seems she may have met her match in Jazzy “Alpha Female” Gabert! The two had to be pulled apart during their showdown this morning…

#7 Top Story Of 2016 — RIP — Fighter Dies Following MMA Bout With McGregor Teammate

Following the referee stoppage João, who was representing Portuguese club Team Nobrega, was assessed by doctors and medical staff at the onsite medical office as per normal procedure. It was determined that he should be sent to hospital. In hospital he received emergency treatment and transferred to ICU later that evening. Formal hospital medical reports and procedures are still being carried out. João was 28 years of age.

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BJJ lesson: Pass guard using pressure with Rodolfo Vieira's tip by @gallerr

An expert guard passer, Rodolfo Vieira has a unique style. Playing on top, the GFTeam juggernaut can use pressure over any adversary to get past their guard and achieve side control. In this video lesson, Vieira shows how to pass the knee shield guard position with a pressure pass. #jiujitsu #bjj #brazilianjiujitsu

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Sherdog’s Official Mixed Martial Arts Rankings - Ending Bantamweight’s Wild Year

Once 2016 got rocking and rolling last January, we were treated to a nearly immediate restructuring of the bantamweight division. It is only fitting that the year ended in a similar fashion. Twelve months ago, Dominick Cruz recaptured the Ultimate Fighting Championship 135-pound title, earning a split decision over T.J. Dillashaw in one of the year’s finest fights. However, after not losing an MMA fight for nearly 10 years, Cruz’s reign would not last until 2017, as a former Dillashaw stablemate at Team Alpha Male, Cody Garbrandt , turned in a stupendous performance at UFC 207 to take the UFC title and bantamweight supremacy. For 25 minutes, the heavy-hitting Garbrandt danced, mocked and pelted Cruz on the feet in a way no one ever has. His outstanding championship title capture was not only a technical sight to behold, but the win was Garbrandt’s fourth this year. In a year full of outstanding campaigns, few had a 2016 as good as Garbrandt, who was clearly the year’s breakout fighter. Of course, speaking of 135 pounds, Garbrandt-Cruz was not even the UFC 207 main event.

MMA’s Greats of the States | Ohio: Mark Coleman

Mixed martial artists come from every corner of the globe, bearing a variety of styles. Sometimes, fighters are products of their environment, favoring disciplines prevalent in the country or state from which they hail. Various regions of the United States are considered factories for great fighters, though that certainly is not the case with each state. In this weekly series, the spotlight will shine on the best mixed martial artist of all-time from each of the 50 states. Fighters do not necessarily need to be born in a given state to represent it; they simply need to be associated with it. *** A state known for its passion for football and political influence, Ohio has been a mixed martial arts hotbed for years. Fighters like reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight titleholder Stipe Miocic and newly minted UFC bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt are carrying on the tradition, but it was Mark Coleman who blazed the trail for fellow Buckeyes. Coleman was a decorated amateur wrestler, as he won a national title at Ohio State University in 1988, captured three consecutive gold medals at the Pan American Games (1990-92) and represented the United States at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain.

Opinion: The Two Types of Defeat

Editor’s note: The views and opinions expressed below are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of, its affiliates and sponsors or its parent company, Evolve Media. * * * The new school year in Korea begins with the new calendar year. As such, I got to know my new batch of students this week. Introductory classes are always boring and a little dry, since they mostly exist to learn names, highlight important dates and go over expectations. However, the first day is when I explain the theme of my class, which is really what I try to make the theme of my life in general: to embrace failure. It’s a typical teacher truism, and I’m aware of how cheesy it can sound, but I genuinely believe it. We are, after all, human, and failure is inevitable. What matters is not avoiding failure but developing the ability to learn from it. UFC 207 on Friday provided two case studies in how to fail and how now to fail. Especially for the “New Year-New Me” resolution crowd, the ways in which former champions Dominick Cruz and Ronda Rousey dealt with their defeats are instructive.

12’s 2016 Fighter of the Year

Conor McGregor outdid himself -- and all of his predecessors -- over the past 12 months, making history as the first man or woman to hold Ultimate Fighting Championship titles in two weight classes simultaneously. While his sailing was not entirely smooth, the unprecedented nature of his achievement left him in a class all by himself and made him the “Fighter of the Year” for the second straight year. McGregor overcame an inauspicious start. Then the featherweight champion, the ambitious SBG Ireland export accepted a challenge from Nate Diaz at 170 pounds in the UFC 196 main event on March 5 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. McGregor entered the cage on the strength of a 15-fight winning streak but tapped to a rear-naked choke from the Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt 4:12 into Round 2. A replacement for injured UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos , Diaz absorbed a copious amount of punishment from the Irishman. He was on the receiving end of probing left hands and jarring uppercuts but never checked out.

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UFC Matchmaker: What's next for Ronda Rousey, Dominick Cruz and UFC 207's other losing fighters?

After every event, fans wonder whom the losing fighters will be matched up with next. And with another night of UFC action in the rearview mirror, it’s time to look forward, put on a pair of Sean Shelby and Mick Maynard’s shoes, and play UFC matchmaker for UFC 207’s losing fighters.

The Walkmen: UFC 207 ‘Nunes vs. Rousey’

UFC 207 marked the return of Ronda Rousey. Aside from her electrifying entrance, it did not go well for the former Ultimate Fighting Championship women’s bantamweight titleholder. Rousey succumbed to the savagery of reigning champion Amanda Nunes in the main event on Friday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, the Brazilian bringing it to a close with punches 48 seconds into Round 1. Rihanna’s “American Oxygen” brought Nunes to the cage, while Rousey went with her customary track -- Joan Jett and The Blackhearts’ “Bad Reputation” -- ahead of her first appearance in more than a year. Other standout musical choices at UFC 207 included Queen’s “We Will Rock You” (Cody Garbrandt), Motley Crue’s “Shout at the Devil” (Ray Borg), Harry Belafonte’s “Banana Boat” (Alex Garcia), Chubby Checker’s “Let’s Twist Again” (Antonio Carlos Jr.), Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Can’t Stop” (T.J. Dillashaw) and Korn’s “Falling Away from Me” (Marvin Vettori). A rundown of the remaining tracks follows: UFC 207 Walkout Songs Dominick Cruz: Blue Foundation | “Eyes on Fire” John Lineker: Ultimata Geraca | “Chega de Religiao” Dong Hyun Kim: Dom Omar feat.


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Cris “Cyborg” Reacts To Ronda Rousey’s 48 Second KO Loss

Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino kept her eye on the main event of “UFC 207” as she felt it was her right to fight Ronda Rousey all along. It was the fight the fans wanted, but UFC saw fit to offer Rousey a shot at the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship instead. Rousey stormed into the octagon prepared to make a statement, but it was Amanda Nunes who would get her hands raised in victory in just forty-eight seconds.

Amanda Nunes Just Knocked Out Ronda Again… With One Massive Twitter Diss — Ouch!

UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion Amanda Nunes turned the world on its head when she knocked Ronda Rousey out just forty-eight seconds into their main event bout at “UFC 207”. Nunes stunned Rousey early on in the opening moments of the fight and just like she refused to back down against Miesha Tate when she rocked her, Nunes stayed on Rousey like white on rice and kept punching her until the referee waved the fight off.

After UFC 207 title win, Cody Garbrandt targets "money fight" with Jose Aldo |

“I’m young enough to go up and I’ll fight anybody. To be honest, I truly believe that I’m ready to fight and I believe that I go out there and I put on a performance, and I’m a draw, and I want the biggest money fight for me. I think I saw Jose Aldo say that he’d like to fight me, and you know, I’d like to test his chin. Like I said, he’s got wins over my teammates and I want to get every one of those back. There’s so many fights for me. I just gotta sit down with my management team, Sean [Shelby], Dana [White], and see what fight’s the best for me and the biggest money fight that will get us all rich, get us all paid. That’s what I want to do.”

Nunes Charges Ronda’s Coach After Their Fight, Cusses Him Out For Ruining Her Career

Ronda’s coach is losing his mind in her corner, then Amanda Nunes walks over, shushes him, and according to reports cusses him out.

UFC Fighters React Mike Goldberg’s UFC Departure

Mike Goldberg has been one of the familiar voices behind the headset for the UFC since 1997, but worked his final show for the promotion this past weekend at UFC 207. The promotions new owners have been making a lot of changes ever since their multi billion dollar purchase and Goldberg was another casualty along with many other longtime UFC employees.


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Michael Bisping named 'Fighter of the Year' for 2016 | FOX Sports

“For me, I don’t know what the correct word is. Of course, it’s amazing, it’s very touching. It’s like I always knew I was a good fighter, I always knew I was world class, I knew I was always good enough to be world champion and it seems like finally I’m getting the recognition I deserved. I’ve always worked hard, nothing’s changed. I’m still as hungry as day one. Now I have the belt. I’ve had the best year of my career. That’s obvious. It’s very touching and I’m very thankful,” Bisping said about being named “Fighter of the Year.”

Report: UFC Negotiating a Summer Debut in Edmonton; Title Fight, PPV Card Both Possibilities

The city of Calgary will have to keep waiting for the Ultimate Fighting Championship to atone for the ill-fated UFC 149 card back in July 2012. Nonetheless, the UFC looks to be headed back to Alberta for the promotion’s first card in Edmonton. According to a report by Terry Jones of the Edmonton Sun, the UFC will make its debut in the “Oil Capital of Canada” either in the summer or early autumn at the brand new Rogers Place, which opened in September. Speaking with Oilers Entertainment Group CEO and vice chairman Bob Nicholson, the article details the state and progress of negotiations between OEG and new UFC parent company WME-IMG. “The date hasn’t been confirmed. That’s one of the key things we’re working on,” said Nicholson. “We’re trying to make it a summer to an early fall date. That would be best for our scheduling. But, that’s really controlled by their championship bouts that we have to work through.” Following UFC 206 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Dec. 10, the company will return to Canada on Feb. 19 for its second UFC Fight Night card at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, headlined by a rematch between former UFC heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos and Stefan Struve.

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Bellator Fighter Mocks Ronda Rousey’s Recent Loss With Cruel Video Post

UFC 207 definitely didn’t go as planned for former UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. Rousey was looking to rebound after her knockout loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193 where she took a full year to rest and regroup, but it only took 48 seconds for the current champion Amanda Nunes to finish Rousey off in a completely lopsided fight.

#2 Story Of 2016 — Man Escapes Bear Attack, Video Goes Insanely Viral

After being attacked by a bear, a man walked three miles and took a video to tell his story before going to a hospital. Now, you can once again hear this man’s amazing story of surviving a bear attack.

Ronda Rousey’s Mom Calling For Her Daughter To Retire

“I would like to see her retire. I would have liked to see her retire a long time ago. Who wants to see their kid get hit? She’s got a lot of talent in a lot of other things. Movies, writing, producing, she’s really, really smart. I told her that at the beginning when she started this. I said, ‘You’re smart and beautiful, let the stupid people get punched in the face.’ Sorry stupid people. I think she’s an adult and she can make her own decisions. If you get in a fight with somebody or you’re angry with somebody, that’s not the time to make decisions. I think decisions are best made when you’re not really emotional and obviously losing something is a real emotional thing.”

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Khabib Says He’ll Pay Ferguson What The UFC Won’t To Make Fight Happen ASAP!

Top ranked UFC lightweight Khabib “The Eagle” Nurmagomedov wants his shot at the lightweight title and doesn’t care who he needs to fight to get there. Khabib is boasting an impressive 24-0 record and has torn through all of the competition since entering the promotion in 2012. However, fellow lightweight contender Tony Ferguson is currently riding a nine fight win streak and has been making his own case to fight for the title, so a fight with “The Eagle” would seem to make the most sense.

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NBA’s Lebron James Offers Insight Into Ronda Rousey’s Latest Loss

“In sports, in general, they build you up as high as they can, put you on the highest mountain in the world, just to tear you down. That’s coming from somebody who has experienced it. And that’s exactly what she’s going through right now. That’s a fact. I know exactly how she feels because I was that athlete. I went through that. You don’t know her mindset. You don’t know the drive. Is the drive still there? You don’t know. But you can tell that it’s built and built and built and built and built. They always make the teardown story more important than how long it took for her to actually get to the mountaintop.”

BREAKING | Tyron Woodley and Michael Bisping agree to 180-pound super fight in May |

Though it’s certainly exciting that the two champs have agreed to this fight, whether or not this fight actually happens will ultimately be decided by the UFC. Given that Woodley has two dangerous contenders in Stephen Thompson and Demian Maia on his plate, and that Bisping has a bout with Yoel Romero on the horizon, it’s possible that the UFC opts to go in a different direction for both men and that their recently negotiated showdown remains in the realm of the hypothetical. Time will tell.

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Justin Gaethje Remains WSOF Lightweight Champion After New Year’s Eve Scare

NEW YORK -- Something had to give. Either a chunk of Luiz Firmino ’s face would fall off or Justin Gaethje ’s right arm would, from hitting the Brazilian constantly with right uppercuts. The World Series of Fighting 34 main event on Saturday at Madison Square Garden turned out to be a thriller, featuring an incredible, back-and-forth battle between Gaethje, the defending WSOF lightweight champion, and a valiant challenger who took the fight on three weeks’ notice. In the end, with both fighters busted up and swollen, it was Gaethje that drove his record to 17-0 after referee Dan Miragliotta wisely waved off the fight after three rounds. Firmino, who fell to 19-8, could barely see. His right eye was swollen shut, possibly from a broken orbital bone, and his left eye was a mere slit. According to the judges, it was Firmino that was ahead after three rounds, winning the first and second before Gaethje’s sledgehammer right uppercuts began cracking his granite skull. What threw a bolt into the fight occurred in the waning seconds of the first round. Gaethje’s poor attempt at a somersault kick landed right on Firmino’s face.

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Matches to Make After UFC 207

Amanda Nunes set out to show the world that Ronda Rousey had no business being in the cage with her. Mission accomplished. Nunes annihilated Rousey in less than a minute, as she retained the Ultimate Fighting Championship women’s bantamweight title with a scintillating first-round technical knockout in the UFC 207 main event on Friday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Rousey succumbed to punches 48 seconds into Round 1. She might as well have squared off with an 18-wheeler. Rousey advanced at the start and engaged the American Top Team standout in the center of the cage. She was met with a ferocious onslaught of accurate, power punches. Rousey tried and failed to clinch with the champion, only to be denied and fed further punishment. Nunes threw 47 strikes by FightMetric count and landed 27 of them before referee Herb Dean had seen enough. He gave Rousey every chance to recover, but the tide was not to be turned. In the aftermath of UFC 207 “Nunes vs. Rousey,” here are five matches that ought to be made: Amanda Nunes vs.

UFC 207: By the Numbers

If UFC 207 turns out to be Ronda Rousey ’s swan song, Amanda Nunes made sure it was a most unceremonious farewell. The reigning bantamweight queen routed the returning Rousey in Saturday’s main event at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, winning via technical knockout just 48 seconds after the bout began. Once Nunes connected with the first clean blow, Rousey looked just as shell-shocked as she did against Holly Holm at UFC 193, and the Olympic judoka never had a chance to recover. While it could be the end of an era for women’s MMA in the UFC, it appears that Nunes’ reign is just getting started. Here is a by-the-numbers look at UFC 207, with statistics courtesy of 48: Seconds needed by Nunes to dispatch Rousey, the third fastest KO/TKO in UFC women’s bantamweight history. The fastest two such victories belonged to Rousey: vs. Bethe Correia at UFC 190 (34 seconds) and vs. Alexis Davis at UFC 175 (16 seconds). 7: Victories for Nunes moving her out of a tie with Rousey and into sole possession of the most wins in UFC women’s bantamweight history.

Dominick Cruz: 'I lost and I'll take my loss like a man' | FOX Sports

“I was there. That was 100 percent me. I was healthy, I was everything I’ve always been in my eyes. I got caught in a couple transitions and that’s how it goes in this game. You’re swinging four-ounce gloves. You get caught sometimes,” Cruz said. “What else can you really say about that? I’ve got to go back and watch the fight obviously. After feeling it, after getting through it, after seeing the look in his eyes a couple of times when I punched him, when I kicked him, when I fought him, I’m not disappointed in myself at all.

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Amanda Nunes Blames Edmond Tarverdyan For The Downfall Of Ronda Rousey

UFC bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes capped off her 2016 with another massive win as she derailed the much anticipated return of former UFC queen Ronda Rousey at UFC 207. It took Nunes only 48 seconds of the first round to knock Rousey out after connecting with some hard shots as soon as the two of them engaged.

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48 Ronda Rousey Falls Drastically In Official UFC Rankings

A lot can happen in a year, and for Ronda Rousey it would appear as if 2016 was the year her division passed her by.

UFC 207 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social media

Following Friday’s UFC 207 event in Las Vegas several of the winning and losing fighters, along with their coaches, training partners or family members, took to social media to react to the event or share a message with supporters.

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