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Jucao Carneiro

Before his recent slide against the 185lb division's very best, Munoz himself had won four straight, and seven out of eight fights. the Reign MMA team leader will attempt to get back on track against Atlanta's Carneiro, while "Jucao" hopes to prove once more that he can hang in the UFC.

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Anthony Pettis plots the course for three fights in 2015

The top contender in the division would likely be Khabib Nurmagomedov, who beat dos Anjos earlier this year, but he's currently sidelined with a knee injury and according to his manager Ali Abdel-Aziz the Russian prospect probably won't be ready until at least May.

Jon Fitch, Cung Le, and Nate Quarry file antitrust lawsuit against the UFC

Three current or former UFC fighters — Cung Le, Nate Quarry and Jon Fitch — filed a lawsuit Tuesday in a San Jose, Calif., court against Zuffa LLC, parent company of the UFC, alleging the promotion holds a monopoly in the mixed martial arts market.

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Rory MacDonald will not get the next welterweight title shot

As for MacDonald, there's no word on when he will return or he will return against but with a shark pit atop the welterweight division, there's a long list of potential fights for him to take in 2015 while still hoping to earn the next shot at the belt.

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Fight Night Barueri: Brazil Octagon Girl Photo Shoot

Octagon girls Jhenny Andrade and Camila Oliveira take to the beaches of Sao Paulo, Brazil to take some stunning photos in this Brazil photo shoot.

Preview: UFC Fight Night ‘Machida vs. Dollaway’ - The Prelims

Darren Elkins is 7-2 over his past nine appearances. | Photo: Jeff Sherwood/ FEATHERWEIGHTS Darren Elkins (18-4, 7-3 UFC) vs. Hacran Dias (21-3-1, 1-2 UFC): This is a potentially interesting battle of two featherweight grinders. After a 5-0 start to his featherweight career, Elkins has gone 2-2 in his last four, while Dias lost a razor-thin decision to Ricardo Lamas in June after a long layoff. Elkins is at his best when he can push his opponents against the cage and work them with pressure, takedown attempts and pitter-patter punches, although he can strike and grapple a bit, as well. Dias, a Nova Uniao product, is a very good wrestler and grappler whose kickboxing has come a long way. This is a terrible matchup for Elkins; I expect Dias to eat him up in the striking exchanges, keep it close in the clinch and generally beat up the American for a dominant decision victory. LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS Marcos Rogerio de Lima (12-2-1, 1-0 UFC) vs. Igor Pokrajac (25-11, 4-6 UFC): Former top prospect and “The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3” contestant de Lima makes his second appearance in the UFC against Pokrajac, who has dropped his last four fights -- though one loss was overturned by the UFC -- and is somehow still in the organization.

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Sponsor pay troubles in UFC? How about signing a modeling gig like Alan Jouban?

There has been much discussion about what the UFC’s Reebok deal will mean for athletes, as outside logos will no longer appear in the octagon beginning in July 2015. Will Reebok will directly compensate the athletes, the payout levels have not yet been revealed, and managers and athletes, alike, will certainly be challenged to come up with creative sponsorship activation and new revenue opportunities once the existing playbook can no longer be utilized.

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Renan Barao unwilling to address title situation ahead of current fight

While Barao has been cordial enough to answer questions about his weight cut and how he's feeling going into Saturday night, one thing he's just not willing to address is the title situation.  Barao had to watch Joe Soto -- a first time UFC fighter -- take on Dillashaw back in August when he was ruled out of the fight after going unconscious during his weight cut.  If that wasn't bad enough, Barao then had to watch former bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz win in September and then get promised he was receiving the next crack at Dillashaw in 2015.

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Champ Jon Jones on revealing UFC 182 promo: 'I was a little offended by it'

“When I first saw it I was a little offended by it,” Jones said on FOX Sports 1’s “UFC Tonight.” “That the UFC, someone who’s supposed to be backing my brand and making me look good, would put up something like that for the general public to see. I don’t think it’s really healthy for the world to see their champion – for the world to see the UFC’s champion – saying I would kill someone, so that really took me off guard.”

Roan Carneiro makes improbable UFC return 6 years after being cut

In October of this year, Battlegrounds put together something of an oddity in the modern MMA world, (or at least the stateside iterations of it) a one night 8 man tournament. The tournament featured welterweight fighters from around the US (including that ATT Atlanta based Carneiro), five of which were former UFC vets. Of all the fighters, Carneiro had been fighting the longest, with a career stretching all the way back to 2000. Even with a few recent wins under his belt, success seemed... unlikely. Still, at the end of the tournament, it was the evening's two most battle hardened competitors facing off. 14-year vet Roan Carneiro against 48 fight vet Brock Larson . Carneiro took the unanimous decision.

Desmond Green Ready to Show Off News Moves from GSP's Gym at Titan FC 32 |

“I started training at a smaller gym and didn’t have a lot of resources that I have now. I’m still learning how to throw proper punches, put together combos and getting my jiu-jitsu game together, but overall I’m learning so much. Every day I learn something new.”

CM Punk Describes Soccer-Kicking Fan in Head During Stint on Indy Wrestling Circuit

If you watched ESPN at any point on Wednesday, chances are you caught at least a glimpse of recent UFC signee CM Punk making the rounds at the Bristol, Conn., sports network. Such is life these days for the polarizing new addition to the Las Vegas-based promotion’s roster. Since his signing was announced at UFC 181, Punk has been in high demand. With that attention comes added scrutiny, and Punk’s lack of true combat sports experience has been well-documented in recent days. While his overall striking and jiu-jitsu credentials may be sorely lacking, Punk is not completely new to a non-scripted fight. During an interview on ESPN’s ”Highly Questionable,” the man with the given name Phil Brooks was asked, albeit in a somewhat playful setting, when he had last won a “real fight.” His response, while entertaining, might not satisfy the MMA purist. “Unfortunately on the independent leagues a lot, fans would run into the ring,” Punk said. “That actually happens more often than you think in wrestling. Fans tend to think they’re part of the show and jump into the ring.

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UFC Fight Night Barueri free fight: Lyoto Machida vs. Ryan Bader full video

Machida vs. Bader was Lyoto's first fight since his unsuccessful attempt at taking the belt away from Jones, and he delivered a vintage Machida performance. Bader was barely capable of laying a finger on him, and in the 2nd round, with Ryan recklessly coming forward, Machida countered by punching him really hard in the face and sending him straight to sleep. It was Bader's first ever KO loss and it was the ticket to Machida getting another title shot. Of course, UFC 151 was scrapped three weeks later, Machida never accepted a short-notice fight with Jones at UFC 152 , and ended up never getting his rematch. Lyoto is now at middleweight, where he aims to take out Bader's teammate C.B. Dollaway in Barueri, Brazil this Saturday.

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CM Punk on Matt Brown: 'Thanks for calling me an athlete'

You know, I was asked this in an interview earlier in the week, and I kinda wasn't prepared for it, and I really didn't like my response. Because it was very vague, like "Oh, well they're very similar, but they're very very different." You know, they're both driven, they're both set in their ways, they both have an idea of what is best for their company and everything like that. And I think that's how they're the same. How they're different, I think, is the difference in the generation, you know? Vince is very old school, Dana is more open minded, more kinda... there's more of a warmth on the UFC side, that I'm experiencing. And Dana's more openminded, obviously. He hired me. That's probably as different as I can describe right now.