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Counterpunch with Michael Bisping and Luke Rockhold
As their much anticipated clash nears, Jon Anik hosts a heated exchange in studio between middleweight contenders Michael Bisping and Luke Rockhold.
The UFC's Brandon Thatch Checks In to the Stanley Hotel
You might know the hotel from "The Shining," UFC Welterweight Brandon Thatch goes inside the creepy hotel on a special Halloween episode of "Inside MMA." AXS...
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Roy Jones, Jr. Says UFC Won't Allow Anderson Silva to Fulfill His Boxing Dream | MMAWeekly.com
And…why would anyone think that UFC would allow it? .-. “Yeah, just take one of the biggest draws ever and MMA’s real GOAT and do whatever you want with him, meanwhile making s**t load of money off of it”…like anyone would allow that… .-. That’s a news? For who? Cryborg’s fans? They are the only one “smart” enough to consider that a “news”
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“Take a look at this: gas under $3 a gallon – under $3 a gallon. Unemployment under 6%, whoever thought? Stock market breaking records every day. No wonder the guy is so unpopular.”
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At First, I Thought This Was A Top Secret Facility. Then They Opened The Doors And… WHOA.
The zombie apocalypse may never happen, but hey, maybe it’s a good idea to own a house like this just in case. The fortress is virtually indestructible. Thieves, rioters and even an army couldn’t get in once you lock up.
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Incredible, Motivational Fedor Emelianenko Video
Check out this incredibly motivational commercial of a young boy who looks up to one of the greatest MMA fighters of all time, MMA legend, Fedor Emelianenko.
'I'm not a thug or a cage fighter'
"You'll never hear me call myself a cage fighter. I detest the term. I'm a mixed martial artist - I'm not a thug. This is a lifetime's work," Bisping, 35, tells BBC Sport.
NOTHING BUT PILLS! “Dolce had me use nothing but Diuretics to cut weight. I sweat-out zero water to make 145 pounds” – Exclusive
He didn’t have me sit in a jacuzzi to sweat, like you usually see him do. All he did was give me pills to suck all the weight out of me, but he didn’t have the knowledge, or the expertise to put the water back in, without an I.V.. (Previously a welterweight and lightweight, Penn walked into the cage at just 148lbs.)
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Flyweights Beware: Ian McCall Is Back in the Saddle | FIGHTLAND
Yet McCall also assured readers that he was back on track. Though considering his last two performances, most fans already knew it. Following his loss to Benavidez, he bounced back by trouncing Illiarde Santos, who at the time held a solid record of 27-6. From there, McCall put a period on a war of words by beating up Brad Pickett for three rounds in the UK. Yes, it appears that while his competitive fire diminished after his first fight with Johnson, it’s now back to burning bright. Even in light of the tragic passing of his long-time friend and training partner Shane Del Rosario, the resurgent McCall has fought on. The result?
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Morning Report: Chael Sonnen wants grappling match with Wanderlei Silva at Metamoris, not MMA fight in Brazil
No one really talks about anything other than the late stoppage in Weidman's bout with Mark Munoz . They never seem to bring up how dominant Chris was. This fight could be argued as the most dominant win in UFC history. Mark Munoz at the time was on a four fight win streak in the UFC and looked quite intimidating. He had not lost in two years. Chris was still green in MMA with only eight fights at the time. Undefeated, he was, but people thought this was going to be very competitive with a lean on the veteran Munoz. Munoz had only lost Matt Hamil at Light Heavyweight , and Yushin Okami via split decision. Munoz had not made it commonplace for him to lose or look out of a fight. Chris Weidman changed that with one of the most awe-inspiring performances in MMA history. The only offense offered by Munoz in this fight was a wild hook he threw while rising to his feet from being controlled on the ground followed by a blocked head kick in the 2nd round. The entire first round, he offered up zero attacks. Weidman manipulated him like a malleable ball, he moved, rotated and adjusted Munoz as he saw fit.
Charitybuzz | Train with UFC super star Roy “Big Country” Nelson followed by Lunch or Dinner in Las Vegas
Roy Nelson announced his presence in the IFL by winning the IFL Grand Prix Heavyweight Belt and then went on to win UFC's Tuf 10 Heavyweight Championship. Roy is known primarily as a submissions specialist and ground technician, and also has a growing reputation for his “ground and pound” and striking skills, knocking out both Bryan Vetell and Antoine Jaoude en route to becoming the IFL's first Heavyweight Champion. Roy
MetroPCS Move of the Week: Shogun Rua vs Mark Coleman
Shogun Rua finishes off a combination with an uppercut that rocks Mark Coleman in the move of the week.
Konstantin Erokhin Is The Best Heavyweight You've Never Heard Of
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Sherdog’s Top 10: Rising Stars - Number 7
World Series of Fighting bantamweight champion Moraes is a
fascinating example of the late bloomer in MMA. The former
Brazilian muay Thai champion always had talent -- there was no
question about that -- but the first five years of his professional
career included nearly as many head-scratching losses as impressive
All of that changed with time and hard work under the capable
direction of Ricardo
Almeida and the New Jersey crew that revolves around onetime
UFC lightweight champion Frankie
Edgar . Moraes got his grappling and wrestling games together,
which allowed him to flash his exceptional athleticism and venomous
striking skills to their fullest extent. Miguel
Torres , fresh off his release from the UFC, was the first
victim of this resurgent Moraes, and
he has alternated between dominant decisions and devastating
finishes in his subsequent five bouts in the WSOF .
Moraes has evolved into a crowd-pleasing hybrid of his lifelong
friend, UFC lightweight Edson
Barboza , and Edgar, showing off a mixture of devastating,
high-output striking, quick single-legs and knee taps on the inside
and opportunistic submissions.
Leon Edwards Hopes to Lead the Next U.K. Charge
Big moments are described as such for a reason, but the true magnitude of things has to be weighed by the individual themselves. It is an easy thing to paint a fighter’s UFC debut as the most pressure-filled thing they have experienced to date, but the reality of that comes from the athlete’s personal perspective. Leon Edwards isn’t dulling down his entry to the UFC by any imaginable means, but he’s also unwilling to get caught up in the whirlwind of it all. The West Midlands, England product has the utmost confidence in his skill set, as that talent is what made the six-fight winning streak that led to an invite from the biggest promotion in MMA possible - and for good reason. In his eight victories since entering the professional realm back in 2011, all but one of Edwards’ victories has come by way of finish. That type of output and being able to consistently dust his opposition began to garner the caliber of attention that leads to bigger things. Yet, while the call from the big show meant Edwards was about to step up into the big leagues, the UTC Birmingham representative hasn’t allowed it to shake his focus.
UFC Fight Night 56 pre-fight facts: ‘Shogun’ out to set 205-pound wins record
The UFC octagon sets up in Brazil for the third time in a 56-day stretch on Saturday as UFC Fight Night 56 emanates from Ginasio Municipal Tancredo Neves in Uberlandia, Minas Gerais.
Ian McCall: 'This job is killing us -- but I signed up for it'
"It could be worse. I could have an office job and want to kill myself. It could be a lot worse," McCall said. "This job is killing us. Realistically, this job is ruining the one vehicle we have -- our bodies and our brains. It's killing me. It's killing all of us, but I signed up for it. Just like all these football players. They want to make all these cheesy rules -- you can't hit guys, they can't hit each other as hard. You signed up for this.
AXS TV's 'Inside MMA' moves to new Friday-night time slot
“Inside MMA,” the long-running mixed martial arts newsmagazine show on AXS TV, is heading to a later time slot.
Sherdog’s Top 10: Rising Stars - Top 10
Conor McGregor is the real deal. | Photo: Buda Mendes/Getty
Ultimate Fighting Championship is at something of a crossroads.
Pay-per-view buys are down across the board, its two most reliable
draws -- Anderson
Silva and Georges St.
Pierre -- are either nearing or are already at the end of their
careers and the combination of international expansion and the
demands of the television deal with the Fox family of networks has
put substantial pressure on the promotion’s ability to continuously
put out a strong product. As goes the UFC, so goes MMA as a whole.
MMA , meanwhile, is attempting to recycle names like Ortiz,
Jackson and Bonnar to draw attention to its brand and product.
It is far too easy to fall into doom and gloom when examining the
big picture. The sport has never boasted a stronger crop of
up-and-coming fighters, many of them already under contract to a
major promotion, any one of whom could turn into the next big thing
with the right promotional push and a little bit of luck along the
Injury free, Michael Chandler promises win in Bellator 131 rematch with Brooks
Former Bellator lightweight champion Michael Chandler said an injury kept him from performing at his best against Will Brooks, but he said he’s been able to train properly for their rematch at Bellator 131.
Rankings Report: Week of 11/03/14
The Rankings Report is a new weekly UFC.com series that gives you, the fans, a more in-depth look into the official UFC rankings. This week Matt Parrino and Frank Mir look ahead to Fight Night Sydney, Uberlandia, and talk Ronda Rousey-Cat Zingano.
Video: Tito Ortiz on 'joke' and 'embarrassment' of Bonnar fight at Bellator 131
“I take it very personally, and I can’t just let it slide by,” Ortiz told MMAjunkie. “This guy wants to come out of retirement and fight me? He got his wish. He’s a fake. He’s a phony. The guy’s a joke, and he’s an embarrassment to the sport.”
Bisping-Rockhold Feud Stems from Sparring Session, Coffee Shop Confrontation
Michael Bisping had some choice words for Luke Rockhold. |
Photo: Dave Mandel/Sherdog.com
Another opponent, another high-profile beef for Michael
The outspoken Brit has long been a target for fighters in the UFC’s
middleweight division, thanks in large part to Bisping’s perceived
heel persona. If “The Count” is fighting, it’s probably safe to
assume people are going to tune in -- if only to root against
Like many before him, Luke
Rockhold enters his
UFC Fight Night bout in Sydney with plenty of animosity for
Bisping. Whether that stems from actual interaction or is mostly
manufactured depends on whom you ask.
“He just seems to not be a nice genuine guy to most people. I mean
he only like carries himself to, you know, is nice to people... to
further himself and people [that] are going to help him. I really
heard a lot of things about him not being nice to the average Joe,
really,” Rockhold said during a recent UFC conference call.
“I mean, you’ve got to treat people the way you want to be treated,
and it seems like he’s a prick everywhere in life, so I want to
know what he’s not happy about,” Rockhold continued.
Georges St-Pierre has Returned to the Gym, but He's Heavier than Ever | MMAWeekly.com
Back on the sauce possibly??? It seems like people who go out of their way to accuse everyone else of using steroids is probably guilty of using themselves at some point in their career. Back in GSP’s hay day anyone could beat those lousy LOW TECH PED tests. Don’t forget alot of GSP’s biggest fights were in Canada and until last few years there was NO testing in Canada. Also only testing that was being done in the UFC during 90% of GSP’s fights didn’t detect HGH, EPO’s, Victor Conte’s (CLEAR) which helped Barry Bonds hit 80 home runs in the late 90’s. Anyone with GSP’s resources would have had any easy time beating those weaker and weak PED tests. Keep in mind GSP had over 8 months to clean up for his very first “REAL” Olympic caliber steroid testing ie: Carbon isotope “BLOOD” testing so to say GSP has ever been randomly tested is incorrect. What basically made me suspicious of GSP’s previous PED usage is how much different physically eh looked at the Hendricks weigh ins. He had lost a ton of his muscle mass and was nowhere near as ripped as he had been before.
Jarred Mercado Looks to Continue Strong Year with RFA Championship | MMAWeekly.com
Looking back on 2014 to this point, Mercado told MMAWeekly.com, “I was able to move down to 135 pounds and I’ve gotten the results I’ve wanted in my fights, but definitely I feel I can improve upon my performances, but it’s been a good year for getting better.”
Invicta FC 9 Judo Chop: The Safety First Style of Mizuki Inoue
Blue chip prospect Mizuki Inoue dropped a split decision to Invicta newcomer Karolina Kowalkiewicz on last weekend's Invicta FC 9 event. BE's striking specialist Connor Ruebusch analyzes the safety-first mentality that sowed the seeds of Inoue's defeat.
Anderson Silva Sustains Back Injury; Fight with Diaz Still On
As featherweight champion Jose Aldo prepares for his title defense on home soil in Rio, he has harsh words for his opponent Chad Mendes and divisional up-and-comer Conor McGregor. Still stateside, Mendes trains alongside Nate Diaz.
Fans invited to Bellator 131 pre-fight activities next week in San Diego
Bellator 131 takes place Nov. 15 at Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. The main card airs on Spike TV following prelims on Spike.com. In the main event, UFC Hall of Famers Tito Ortiz and Stephan Bonnar meet in a heated grudge match, while interim champion Will Brooks and former champ Michael Chandler meet for the undisputed lightweight title in the co-feature.
Go 4 It: MMA Barb Honchak vs Jay Kidwell - OurQuadCities
In this edition of Go 4 It Jay Kidwell finds out how tough MMA star Barb Honchak from Bettendorf is.
WSOF champ Jessica Aguilar: 'I want to keep dominating'
Aguilar’s next fight is a huge one, and she’s ecstatic to be getting her third one in for the year, after not being as active as she would have liked in the past. However, despite being the number one ranked female 115 pound MMA fighter in the world, all this is happening while a bunch of her peers are getting more attention by fighting in the UFC on a current season of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) .
Leandro Ataides Determined to Extend Streak and Win ONE FC Belt | MMAWeekly.com
ONE FC pushed the date back to early November because Ataides had to travel back to Brazil to see his sister, who is seriously ill, but he says he is determined to make up for lost time at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Friday night.
UFC fight bookings roundup – 10/28 – 11/04
Since the UFC has decided to produce 50+ events in 2014, there is a remarkable amount of fighter signings and new match-ups being set up throughout any given week. Many of these new signings are for match-ups that take place on the undercard, or on the Fight Pass portion of a PPV, so we are going to continue with a new weekly (or bi-weekly if needed) series of articles where we take a brief look at each and every bout booked by the promotion in one place.
The Hulk Returns
Soa “The Hulk” Palelei has his homecoming fight in Sydney, Australia, on Friday, November 7 (Nov. 8 in Sydney) as he faces fellow heavyweight Walt “The Big Ticket” Harris at UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs Bisping in Allphones Arena. Harris, making his return to the UFC after being cut following two consecutive losses, is a late replacement opponent for Palelei after original opponent Daniel Omielanczuk was forced to pull out after breaking a thumb in training. And while Harris will be feeling the pressure to prove to the UFC that he belongs, Palelei isn’t counting on Octagon jitters to be a factor for his opponent. “The thing is you can’t think that and rely on it,” Palelei says. “Things can always go a different way. I’m sure he will be hungry to be coming back after getting a second chance. I know what that's like and when I got back in the UFC I was hungry. I wanted to prove I was meant to be in the UFC so I wasn’t going to lose, but then it can also be a lot of pressure to know this is your second chance and sometimes pressure can work against you.
Brower and Saccomanno rematch at PFC Rock “N” Rumble
It will have been nearly four years to the day since Xavier Saccomanno manhandled Tim Brower the first time they faced off in an MMA cage. On November 21, on the stage that Brower helped found, the two will return to face each other at PFC’s Rock “N” Rumble event.
Paulo Filho set for second leg surgery following shooting
The former WEC champ and Pride FC star is facing a second leg surgery after being shot at a Rio de Janeiro party.
UFC announces sponsorship of 2015 British Open Judo Championships
While former Olympic bronze medalist Ronda Rousey continues her ascent up the combat sports world, the UFC announced this week its intentions to further broaden its relationship with Rousey's home sport of judo, inking a partnership with the British Judo Association to sponsor the 2015 British Open Judo Championships on July 12th in London's Wembley Arena.
CSAC Issues Fines, Suspensions to 4 Fighters Who Failed Bellator 127 Drug Tests
Robert Emerson tested positive for the prescription drug
Modafinil. | Photo: Dave Mandel/Sherdog.com
The California State Athletic Commission has issued fines and
suspensions to the four Bellator
MMA fighters who failed drug tests following Bellator
127 on Oct. 3.
CSAC Executive Officer Andy Foster
revealed the punishments to Sherdog.com on Tuesday. Of the 22
fighters tested at the event, Keith Berry ,
Moghaddam , Robert
Emerson , and Fernando
Gonzalez were the fighters whose
test results came back positive .
As a result, Berry’s fight with Joe Pacheco
has been changed to a no contest. In addition, Berry has been
suspended 300 days for having elevated levels of testosterone and
THC in his system. He has also been fined $2,500.
Moghaddam was also suspended 300 days for having elevated
testosterone/epitestosterone ratios and THC in his system. He was
handed a fine of $1,000.
Emerson was suspended 270 days due to testing positive for the
prescription drug Modafinil and has been fined $2,500.
Lastly, Gonzalez was suspended for 30 days in the state of
California for failing his test because of THC and was fined $315.
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