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The Karyn Bryant Podcast #20: Tyron Woodley Talks NWA + Next Opponent, UFC 179 Preview

All podcasts (video+mp3) can be found here: In this edition of "The Karyn Bryant Podcast,” third-ranked UFC welterweight Tyron W...

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CRAZY ASSAULT! Croatian young fighter Vido Loncar KO'ed referee at EURO 2014 Boxing Championship!!!

A truly bizarre scene unfolded at the European Youth Boxing Championships in Zagreb, Croatia. As you can see in the video at the top of the page, The Croatia...

UFC 179 Embedded, Episode 1: 'He is a piece of [expletive]'

In the first episode of UFC 179 Embedded, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo and his coach rip challenger Chad Mendes.

UFC 179 Embedded: Vlog Series - Episode 1

On episode 1 of UFC 179 Embedded, as featherweight champion Jose Aldo prepares for his title defense on home soil in Rio, he has harsh words for his opponent...

A BRUTAL WMMA Headkick in Viewer Submissions on "Inside MMA"

Knockouts of every variety from Say Uncle Promotions, Superkombat, and Kansas City Fighting Alliance on "Inside MMA." AXS TV is Your Home for MMA every Frida...

UFC 179 Embedded: Vlog Series - Episode 2

On episode 2 of UFC 179 Embedded, featherweight champion Jose Aldo “Junior” works out alongside former heavyweight champion Junior Dos Santos as his coach pr...

The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned Episode 5 Preview

A shocking twist turns the house upside-down, then Heather Jo Clark faces her biggest rival, Felice Herrig. Don’t miss all the action Wednesday, 10pm ET on F...

UFC 179 MMA Roasted

Here is the Brand New MMA Roasted Video for UFC 179. There are jokes about Jose Aldo, Chad Mendes, Conor McGregor, Dominick Cruz, Phil Davis, Darren Elkins, ...

WSOF 15: The Night of Champions Promo

#WSOF15 is The Night of Champions! Champ David Branch vs Yushin Okami Champ Justin Gaethje vs Melvin Guillard Champ Jessica Aguilar vs Kalindra Faria #WSOF15...

Live Chat: Cain Velasquez's UFC 180 removal, UFC 179 preview and Cung Le's rescinded punishment

Join Luke Thomas at 1 p.m. ET for his Promotional Malpractice Live Chat. Today's topics include Cain Velasquez's injury and removal from UFC 180, Cung Le's rescinded punishment and a UFC 179 preview.

UFC 179 Embedded, Episode 2: 'I'm going to [expletive] this guy up'

In the latest episode of UFC 179 Embedded, Jose Aldo gets in a little training, while Chad Mendes arrives in Rio.

OVERHAULIN’ New Season Preview Video

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The Ultimate Fighter: Felice Herrig Practice Highlights

Check out Felice Herrig's week of practice leading up to her rematch against Heather Clark. Tune in to an all-new episode of The Ultimate Fighter this Wednesday on FOX Sports 1!


First, Mendes argues that he is in fact only three inches shorter than McGregor. Then, Mendes asks if the Irishman knows what wrestling is. “I can rest my balls on your forehead,” McGregor says, causing pandemonium among the partisans in the building. It’s the kind of diss you’d hear from a middle-schooler, but when delivered from the smoothie in the suit, it’s OMG THE MOST EPIC BURN EVER #SHOTSFIRED #GAMERGATE. McGregor goes on to brag that he’ll be bunking up with the Fertittas in their suite this weekend.

Fabricio Werdum on Mark Hunt: ‘I can’t say he’s an easier opponent than Cain Velasquez’

UFC heavyweight Fabricio Werdum discusses his upcoming title fight against Mark Hunt and explains why the New Zealand native is not an easier fight than Cain Velasquez.

4 IamA (Mayhem Miller) AMA! • /r/IAmA

I am the guy that subdued a SWAT TEAM for 5 hours with my hotdog dog and Tweeted the play by play. i am mayhem.

Woman Leaves Bad Online Review, The Owner Finds Out And Responds

This woman was completely unsatisfied with how a restaurant responded to one of her orders. So she decided to go to Yelp and leave a very bad review. The owner found out and responded. What do you think? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

Boy With Down Syndrome Scores TD

Gabe White an 8-year-old from Rhinelander, Wisconsin, had his night made when he scored a touchdown during the Rhinelander High School football game.

Man With Severed Spinal Cord Walks Again After Cell Transplant | IFLScience

BBC TV current affairs program Panorama  was invited to film his response to the treatment, and the investment has not been in vain. At first, despite five hours of exercise, five times a week, Fidyka showed no response, but at the three month mark he noticed that his left thigh was putting on muscle. After six months he was able to take faltering steps with the assistance of leg braces and parallel bars.

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Cain Velasquez Injured; Fabricio Werdum to Face Mark Hunt for Interim Title at UFC 180 |

“I’m so unbelievably disappointed that this happened,” Velasquez said in a statement released by the UFC. “To say I was looking forward to fighting in Mexico for the first time is an understatement. I wanted to fight on that card so bad. Looks like it wasn’t meant to be and it’s not going to happen. I’m going to get my [right] knee fixed and get back to training as soon as I can. I’m sorry to the fans in Mexico who were expecting this fight, and I hope to be able to come down and still be a part of this historic event.”

Cain Velasquez Injured; Mark Hunt, Fabricio Werdum to Vie for Interim Title at UFC 180

Mark Hunt just stepped into a big opportunity. | Photo: Taro Irei/ Cain Velasquez ’s time on the shelf has been extended. The UFC heavyweight champion has been forced to withdraw from his UFC 180 headlining bout against Fabricio Werdum due to injury. As a result, Werdum will now lock horns with Mark Hunt for the interim title on Nov. 15 in Mexico City. The promotion announced the change on Tuesday. The withdrawal is especially damaging considering that Velasquez, who is of Mexican American descent, was one of the key figures expected to lead the UFC’s push into Mexico. The 40-year-old Hunt last appeared at UFC Fight Night in Japan, where he garnered a second-round knockout of Roy Nelson . “The Super Samoan” is 5-2-1 in the Octagon overall, with other notable victories against Ben Rothwell , Cheick Kongo and Stefan Struve . Werdum, meanwhile, enters the bout on a four-fight winning streak. The Brazilian known as “Vai Cavalo” most recently appeared at UFC on Fox 11, where he displayed improved striking skills en route to a five-round verdict against Travis Browne .

Cain Velasquez injured, Fabricio Werdum vs. Mark Hunt interim title fight headlines UFC 180

"I'm so unbelievably disappointed that this happened," Velasquez said in a statement. "To say I was looking forward to fighting in Mexico for the first time is an understatement. I wanted to fight on that card so bad. Looks like it wasn't meant to be and it's not going to happen. I'm going to get my [right] knee fixed and get back to training as soon as I can. I'm sorry to the fans in Mexico who were expecting this fight, and I hope to be able to come down and still be a part of this historic event."

FIRST LOOK: Alexander Wang For H&M

EVER since H&M announced that New York wonderboy Alexander Wang was its latest designer collaborator - following in the footsteps of Marni, Isabel Marant, Versace, Stella McCartney and Karl Lagerfeld - the fashion world has waited patiently for a glimpse of the full collection. And here it is: American sportwear, reimagined as only Wang can, with his signature modern twist - at pricepoints that we can afford. The collection launches on November 6.

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Big Changes Coming for SNAP Beneficiaries

No one begrudges anyone who needs some help during a tough time. But, it was never meant for people to make a living with it, as many are. And many SNAP cards are traded for drugs, cigarettes, and money, with people buying food & selling it for cash. It’s unfortunate that there will always be abuse of this kind with whatever social programs that they come up with. One thing our governor in Wisconsin plans on doing is drug testing for those who get public assistance. That will make it a lot harder for druggies to get their fixes using the SNAP card. I hope things look up for you & your family soon. I too used to get public assistance, and was very glad to have it to help us through our tough times. <

Early payment glitches mar Apple Pay launch - CNET

But Apple Pay has another component that doesn't require an NFC chip but does need the company's TouchID. People now can pay for items in apps using a single touch on their device's fingerprint sensor, something that removes time and the hassle of entering credit card and address information over and over. Previously, Apple allowed consumers to use the fingerprint sensor to quickly buy content just from its iTunes , App and iBooks stores. Online shopping within apps works with Apple's new iPhones and watch, as well as the new iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3.

Mark Hunt on UFC 180 interim title fight: 'Only challenge is making weight'

Hunt told he didn't think twice when he got the call, despite the fact that he'll only get a little over three weeks to prepare for the biggest fight of his MMA career.

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Sherdog’s Top 10: Current Corners - Number 1

Strategy is a strong suit for Firas Zahabi. | Photo: D. Mandel/ 1. Firas Zahabi | Tristar Gym Much like the fighters he trains, Zahabi is exceptionally well-rounded. He has built an excellent organizational structure around Tristar Gym, with housing for fighters from outside the area, strong relationships with specialists in nutrition and strength training and a knack for bringing in suitable sparring partners. Fundamental technique is a strength for Zahabi’s fighters, especially in wrestling, and it is rare to spot a significant mechanical flaw in a Tristar product. Zahabi has also begun to build a track record as a coach who develops young talent, with up-and-comers such as Olivier Aubin-Mercier , John Makdessi and Elias Theodorou coming to him for coaching. Zahabi and the Tristar stable of coaches really stand out in two ways, however, that separate them from the rest of the pack. First, Zahabi’s work in the corner is exceptional, and he has the ability to both sense his fighter’s mood and adjust while still providing relevant technical advice.

19 MMA Radio, Podcast, UFC, Beatdown, MMA Sunday School -

Oct, 13, 2014 Jeff Sherwood and TJ Desantis return to the Sherdog Radio Network, Friday, for another edition of "Beatdown." On this episode they were joined by UFC 179 fighter,...

Mark Hunt: "I'm going to focus on dropping weight and knocking Fabricio's face off"

"I lost six in a row and they said 'oh you're a bum, what are you still doing here?'.  And I said to myself I'm one of the best fighters in the world.  I'm not a quitter.  I'm looking forward to going to battle with Fabricio in Mexico.  This morning I was thinking about when I was going back to training.  Now I'm fighting for the title in three weeks. Every fight might be my last so I'm going to give it my all.  We're going to go to war.  It will be good."


Bellator MMA fighters King Mo, Stephan Bonner, Tito Ortiz and the legend Royce Gracie give you their World Series winner. Always funny to get a fighters perspective on things. Side note, Randy Couture’s girlfriend was on hand melting the entire building. See pictures below.-TO

8 life lessons we can learn from Mixed Martial Arts

It is unlikely that two fighters from the same team go up against each other in the cage, but there is the possibility that one might meet his/her former team-mate, your former coach or a former training partner. For example, at ONE FC: ROAR OF TIGERS in Kuala Lumpur on 17 October, Bashir Ahmad and Tanaphong Khunhankaew, who trained together at the same camp for a couple of months, fought each other. It’s just like how a close friend at work can suddenly be in contention for a position you want, your best friend applied for the same job as you, or you fall for the same girl as your buddy. So, don’t get shocked when it happens and be prepared that someone you once thought you knew might turn out to be a monster. Or, if the relationship is really strong, deal with it without hurting each other.  Keep your friends close and your enemies closer .

Boxing News: Amir Khan-Devon Alexander Set for Dec. 13 in Las Vegas

Amir Khan will return to action for the first time since defeating Luis Collazo when he meets Devon Alexander on Dec. 13 in Las Vegas. Golden Boy Promotions President Oscar De La Hoya confirmed the welterweight bout to on Wednesday. The event will air on Showtime and will likely take place at Mandalay Bay Events Center or MGM Grand Garden Arena. The card will also feature Demetrius Andrade against Jermell Charlo, as well as Keith Thurman versus Leonard Bundu. “There are just little details that we are finishing but Khan and Alexander are going to fight,” De La Hoya told “Khan looked good against Collazo, but I have a feeling he wants to make a statement against Alexander, and Alexander is coming off a good win in a good action fight with Soto Karass. What’s happening here is they realize they have to prove themselves if they want to get a really big fight, like against Mayweather.” Khan (29-3, 19 KOs) has bounced back well after dropping two straight junior welterweight world title bouts against Danny Garcia and Lamont Peterson.

The Jon Jones PSA on Social Media Faux Pas |

Okay, so it’s not really UFC champion Jon Jones . But considering the various missteps he’s made over his tenure as one of the best fighters in the biz, it wouldn’t be a stretch for Jones to have the vast, hands-on knowledge of experience on his side if someone did ask him to do a real PSA on how to handle social media.


Thiago dropped a decision to Jon Fitch in his next outing, but then posted back to back wins against Jacob Volkmann and Mike Swick . Suddenly, Paulo Thiago seemed like a legitimate threat in the welterweight division. Unfortunately, that was essentially his career peak in the UFC. He would never win two consecutive fights again, and the opponents he lost to went from top-of-the-food-chain (Martin Kampmann, Diego Sanchez) to pretty dangerous (Siyar Bahadurzada, Dong Hyun Kim) to downright obscure (Brandon Thatch, Gasan Umalatov). The last time people were talking about Paulo Thiago, it was because of his gig working security at the World Cup .

UFC 179 Video: Jose Aldo on Conor McGregor: 'He's a sh*t, I'll only talk about him after my fight'

Jose Aldo didn't want to talk about Conor McGregor during the lead up to his UFC 179 bout, but says "He's a shit".

Video: Urijah Faber breaks down UFC 179's Jose Aldo-Chad Mendes main event

On Saturday at UFC 179, long-reigning featherweight titleholder Aldo (24-1 MMA, 6-0 UFC) rematches with Mendes (16-1 MMA, 7-1 UFC) in the main event. The fighters, who are ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in the USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA featherweight rankings , originally fought at UFC 142, where Aldo picked up a first-round TKO victory.

The Ultimate Fighter: Episode 5 Preview

An injury forces one of the fighters out of the competition. The Team Melendez fighters question the severity of Heather Clark's nagging knee injury. And rivals No 6. Felice Herrig of Team Pettis and No. 11 Clark face off in the fifth preliminary fight.

Bellator 130's Linton Vassell 'fine with flying under the radar' before title fight

“He loves his spinning attacks,” Vassell said. “He loves to grapple, as well, and he’s very game. I know he’s going to bring it and that he won’t be a walk-over by any means. In every fight, you need to test yourself. There’s no sense in taking an easy fight. If you want to be the best, you’ve got to beat the best, and Emanuel Newton is the best.


That politics and fighting often mirror each other in their approach to a major event, is the American way. The term ‘throw your hat into the ring,’ originated around the early 19th century at boxing matches. In those wide open days, if you were confident enough in your own ability to take on the man who had been fighting, or you were seeking someone out to fight, you would throw your hat into the ring. It would be picked up and you would be acknowledged as the next contender. In 1904 it has been reported, the brash and occasionally pugilistic Theodore Roosevelt–the founder of the famed Rough Riders after all in the war with Spain in 1898– is to have said “my hat’s in the ring” when he ran for re-election for President. It was a simple, straight forward remark, easily understood that he was ready for a challenge. By that time, it was common knowledge what the phrase meant from boxing fans to casual observers, this was serious.

UFC 179 Embedded, Episode 1: Jose Aldo Has Harsh Words for Chad Mendes |

UFC 179 Embedded, Episode 1: Jose Aldo Has Harsh Words for Chad Mendes

Invicta FC All Angles with Mizuki Inoue (Video) |

Take a behind the scenes look from All Angles at Invicta FC fighter Mizuki Inoue ‘s fight with now-UFC-fighter Bec Rawlings  from Invicta FC 6. Inoue returns to the cage to fight Karolina Kowalkiewicz at Invicta FC 9 on Nov. 1.

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Report: Paulo Thiago Released by UFC After 7 Losses in Last 9 Outings

Paulo Thiago is no longer a UFC employee. | Photo: Marcelo Alonso/ Brazilian welterweight Paulo Thiago has been released from his Ultimate Fighting Championship contract. Brazilian outlet Combate initially reported the news. A veteran of 13 fights inside the Octagon, Thiago debuted for the Las Vegas-based promotion in 2009, winning three of his first four bouts. Over the course of his next nine fights, the Brazilian would only win two more. The 33-year-old is currently mired in a three-fight skid, last competing against Sean Spencer at UFC Fight Night “Bigfoot vs. Arlovski 2.” The former Jungle Fight competitor also doubles as a member of B.O.P.E., a unit of Rio de Janeiro’s military police squad.

‘TUF 17’ Competitor Tor Troeng Announces Retirement from MMA

Tor Troeng is has decided to hang up his gloves. | Photo: Ciarán Maher/ Tor Troeng has retired from MMA following three consecutive losses in the UFC . The 31-year-old Swede made his announcement on Facebook . “After almost 10 years as a professional MMA fighter, it’s time for me to move on. I have decided to put the gloves on the shelf. The joy and motivation needed to perform at the highest level is no longer with me,” he wrote. “I love MMA. MMA has given me many memorable moments, hard training, meetings with amazing people, and above all a lot of joy. I want to thank everyone who has been with me on my journey in one way or another. From its inception in Umea to the big international arenas. Thanks coaches, family, friends, friends, fans and everyone else who believed in me and been by my side. You know who you are. See you soon.” After posting a 15-4-1 mark outside the Octagon, Troeng appeared as a member of the cast of “The Ultimate Fighter 17.” His promotional debut came at UFC on Fuel TV 9, where he scored a first-round submission against Adam Cella in April 2013.

UFC releases former welterweight contender Paulo Thiago

This is news that is perhaps unsurprising and openly welcomed. Paulo Thiago was once a darkhorse contender in the welterweight division, which was kick-started after he knocked out Josh Koscheck in 2009. But a noticeably sharp decline in performance led to a run of just 2 wins in his last 9 fights, and the Brazilian's days in the UFC are over. Globo's Ivan Raupp first broke the news that the promotion has parted ways with Thiago after more than 5 years inside the Octagon.

Great Scott! Bellator’s Scott Coker anticipates something big will happen in the next few weeks

When asked whether any big signings would happen in the next few weeks, he answers, “You know what? We will, but that’s top secret. I can’t tell you.” He also ensures, “When the free-agency market hits, we’re going to probably make a bid for some of the top athletes.” Building a talent pool is familiar ground for Coker. When he was involved in the birth of Strikeforce, the organization only had four fighters signed. “We had Frank Shamrock, Cung Le, Gilbert Melendez and Josh Thompson. So we kind of built it as we went.”

41 ‘Treinei para ser campeão’, diz Werdum sobre luta contra Mark Hunt

“Dana disse que tinha duas notícias para me dar, uma boa e outra ruim: ‘você vai disputar o cinturão, mas contra Mark Hunt’”. Ainda surpreso com a notícia, Werdum logo fez questão de aceitar o desafio, independente do rival. “Estou me preparando vários anos para ser o campeão, não vou deixar de lutar porque não será contra o Velasquez”.

King Mo says Dana White and the UFC are behind fan hypocrisy

There's no question that Dana White is currently the biggest name in MMA, and that much of his personal preferences toward the sport shape how the sport is viewed. However, it seems to be difficult to draw a straight line correlation to fan perception on the "realness" of fighter beef. It often just seems to be lightning in a bottle. What do you think? Does "UFC beef" automatically get better cred than non-UFC beef?

The Ultimate Fighter: Heather Clark Film Session

Gilbert Melendez joins Heather Clark for some film review before her bout against former Invicta foe Felice Herrig on the next episode of The Ultimate Fighter.

Let's watch Willis Reed beat up all the Lakers

Perhaps the rarest, most prized footage showcased in  When The Garden Was Eden on ESPN Tuesday night was tape of the final seconds of the Knicks' relatively underwhelming 1973 Championship victory in Los Angeles. Next to that? Willis Reed beating up ALL the Lakers in 1966:

The Cut List: UFC 179 - Aldo vs. Mendes 2

Can Scott Jorgensen's UFC career survive a 1-3 run at flyweight? Does Yan Cabral's grappling-centric game mark him for a hasty cut by the UFC? Plus, Fabricio Camoes and Naoyuki Kotani fight with their backs against the wall.

Bellator Champ Emanuel Newton Open to Future Bout with ‘Rampage’ Jackson

Emanuel Newton has stomped his way to the top of Bellator’s 205-pound division. | Photo: Keith Mills/ With his third-round spinning back fist knockout of Joey Beltran last month, Bellator MMA light heavyweight champion Emanuel Newton proved that lightning can indeed strike twice. When Newton utilized the same maneuver to finish Muhammed Lawal at Bellator 90 last year, it was viewed by many -- including “King Mo” -- as something of a fluke. Now, after putting away the durable Beltran in similar fashion, “The Hardcore Kid” believes he has silenced at least some of the doubters. “People can see that I can set it up. Not only does it knock you down; it knocks you out. I think that anybody who has ever doubted my spinning back fist is a believer now,” Newton told “You’re always going to have your haters out there -- because that’s what people love to do. You’re going to have your keyboard warriors: the guys who are just sitting behind the keyboard eating doughnuts and not happy with their lives, but whatever.

Bellator targeting major 2015 events in St. Louis, San Jose, San Diego, Mohegan Sun

SAN DIEGO – As expected Bellator MMA will move away from its weekly format in 2015. But in addition to monthly shows, the organization is planning four “tentpole events” in major U.S. cities, company CEO Scott Coker told MMAjunkie on Tuesday.

UFC 179 ‘Aldo vs. Mendes 2’ Preview - Aldo vs. Mendes

Jose Aldo will carry a 17-fight winning streak into the cage. | Photo: Dave Mandel/ The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Brazil on Saturday in Rio de Janeiro with its first pay-per-view event in the South American MMA stronghold since August 2013. This is a solid if not outstanding card that represents the average UFC effort on PPV in 2014, featuring a title fight at the top, a relevant matchup of top-10 fighters in the co-main event and a mixture of solid prospects and veterans -- but a dearth of ranked or high-profile competitors -- below that. The main event showcases longtime featherweight champion Jose Aldo making the seventh defense of his UFC title in a rematch against Team Alpha Male product Chad Mendes . Despite Aldo’s increasingly conservative approach and his failure to truly grab the attention of fans, he remains one of the sport’s top pound-for-pound fighters. Phil Davis and Glover Teixeira meet in a fantastic co-main event, while action fights -- Darren Elkins - Lucas Martins , William Macario - Neil Magny , Christos Giagos - Gilbert Burns , and Andre Fili - Felipe Arantes -- litter the rest of the card with the promise of entertaining violence.

UFC 179: Aldo vs. Mendes II Crystal Ball predictions

Speaking of that last bout, throw everything that happened in 2012 out the window. Mendes was on his way to executing his game plan, trying to take Aldo down when Aldo grabbed onto the cage to stop the attempt. In that same motion, Aldo wheeled around and knocked Mendes out with a knee. It was absolutely spectacular, but came through a violation of the rules. That doesn't mean Mendes would have eventually won, of course. Aldo was the better fighter two years ago and he might still be now. It's hard to pick against someone who hasn't lost since he was 19.

Welcome the Korean Zombie's Baby Daughter to the World

On October 18th at 8:24PM, the Korean Zombie became a daddy to this adorable baby girl. At least we know he'll be a busy man over the next two years with military service plus his gym plus a newborn. And if it's all too much, I will happily help out by taking care of his doggy for a while.

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