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UFC Fight Night 112 Salaries: B.J. Penn Tops Payroll with $150K in Defeat

B.J. Penn suffered his fifth consecutive defeat in the Octagon on Sunday night, but he was compensated handsomely for his efforts. Penn earned an event-high $150,000 for his unanimous decision loss to Dennis Siver ($78,000) in a featured featherweight bout at UFC Fight Night 112 at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla. The Oklahoma State Athletic Commission recently released salary information from the event. UFC Fight Night 112 saw Kevin Lee earn a controversial submission victory over Michael Chiesa in the evening’s main event when Lee applied a rear-naked choke and referee Mario Yamasaki halted the lightweight contest before Chiesa could tap or be rendered unconscious. Lee earned $88,000 in victory, while Chiesa pocketed $36,000 in defeat. Other notable earners included Tim Boetsch , who garnered $134,000 for a second-round stoppage of ex-welterweight champ Johny Hendricks ($100,000) and Clay Guida , who collected $100,000 for a unanimous verdict against Erik Koch ($24,000). UFC Fight Night 112 Salaries: Kevin Lee : $88,000 (includes $44,000 win bonus) Michael Chiesa $36,000 Tim Boetsch : $134,000 (includes $67,000 win bonus) Johny Hendricks $100,000 Felice Herrig : $50,000 (includes $25,000 win bonus) Justine Kish $14,000 Dominick Reyes : $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus) Joachim Christensen $16,000 Tim Means : $78,000 (includes $39,000 win bonus) Alex Garcia $31,000 Dennis Siver : $78,000 (includes $39,000 win bonus) B.

Milana Dudieva vs. Mara Romero Borella Elevated to Invicta FC 24 Main Event | Invicta Fighting Championships

Previously slated to serve as the night’s co-main event, the flyweight bout between UFC veteran Milana Dudieva (11-5) and newly signed Mara Romero Borella (10-4, 1 NC) now takes the top billing. Both fighters will be making their Invicta debuts. Russia’s Dudieva joins the organization after battles in the UFC against top bantamweights Marion Reneau and Julianna Pena, while Italy’s Borella enters the bout winning four of her last five fights.

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UFC Strawweight Michelle Waterson the Latest Fighter to Grace ESPN The Magazine’s ‘Body Issue’

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Tyron Woodley vs. Demian Maia Marks UFC 214's Third Title Fight |

“He’s coming for the belt and guess what, I’m not giving it up easy. I’ve been training, cutting those angles, so I can lift that head up. I know he’s going to go for the legs and will try to put me down and work his jiu-jitsu game. I’ll be very prepared. I’m excited to defend my belt.”

Manny Pacquiao will pass on watching Mayweather-McGregor fight that 'could be very boring'

“McGregor has no chance in this fight,” Pacquiao said. “In fact, it could be very boring. … There is no way he will be able to land a meaningful punch on Floyd. How could he? He has no professional experience in boxing.”

Opinion: The Final Tragic Stage of a Fighter’s Career

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. * * * Remember the good ol’ days of MMA, when guys like Fedor Emelianenko , Takanori Gomi , B.J. Penn and Andrei Arlovski were tearing up the scene in their respective promotions? There was nothing like those glory years of the early 2000s, when mixed martial arts was permeated with excitement from the original guard of the sport passing the torch to the next generation. Those four were among the trailblazers that pushed the heavyweight and lightweight divisions in Pride Fighting Championships and the Ultimate Fighting Championship to the next level of the fight game. Fast forward a decade or so, and all four of them are continuing to compete, much to the chagrin of fans who were there in those early years. Penn and Emelianenko suffered demoralizing losses at Bellator 180 and UFC Fight Night 112 , and the week before that, Arlovski and Gomi put some additional losses on their losing streaks at UFC Fight Night 111.

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Beatdown: UFC OKC, Bellator NYC Recaps, Have Fedor and Penn Tarnished Their Legacies?

The Bottom Line: Opportunity Lost

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. * * * It’s easy to make excuses and to play down the significance of what happened to Aaron Pico at Bellator 180 on Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York. Pico is after all only 20 years old. It feels mean-spirited to pile on a kid with so much potential who was throwing himself into the fire so early into his career. Pico was in there with a crafty opponent in Zach Freeman , who had much more experience. There’s a reason that inexperienced fighters like Pico tend to get moved along slowly even when big things are expected of them. He has plenty of time to improve his game and to learn from what happened. All of those things may be true. Writing off Pico at this point would be ridiculous. Yet there ought to be no mincing of words: That was a crushing setback the likes of which we rarely see in mixed martial arts. Bellator MMA bet big on Pico by putting him on pay-per-view against an opponent good enough to create curiosity and doubt.

Family Says UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes’ Condition is ‘Improving’

Matt Hughes is showing positive progress after a truck driven by the UFC Hall of Famer was hit by a train on June 16. Hughes’ sister, Beth Hughes Ulrici, recently released an update on her Facebook page. “Our family would like to thank everyone for your thoughts and prayers for Matt. He is improving and continues to show us his heart and determination each day. He has a long road ahead of him and your continued thoughts and prayers will help him with the journey.” No further details regarding Hughes’ health were given. Hughes was airlifted to HSHS St. John’s Hospital after a truck he was driving was hit by a train while crossing the tracks in Raymond, Ill. According to Illinois State Police, Hughes drove the vehicle directly across the tracks “directly in front of the train” and the collision occurred on the passenger side of the vehicle. A statement released by the hospital two days after the accident revealed that Hughes was in “stable condition” but “minimally responsive.” Meanwhile, Hughes family revealed that the former welterweight champion had no broken bones or internal injuries but was not yet awake or responsive in a previous statement.

Cruz Dominates Martin in Rematch in PBC on FS1 Main Event

Cruz scores another knockdown here in round 4. — PBC (@premierboxing) June 28, 2017 Welterweight contender Miguel Cruz inched further up the proverbial ladder Tuesday night but almost as important as the win itself is that fact that he vanquished an old rival in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Cruz dominated Alex Martin for 10 rounds in the main event of the latest Premier Boxing Champion’s PBC on FS1 “Toe-To-Toe Tuesdays” event, dropping him multiple times en route to a comfortable unanimous decision win. Cruz squeaked by Martin when they first collided in January via split decision but he made sure the fight was not as close on the scorecards the second time around. Cruz (16-0, 11 KOs) took his foe off his feet in the opening round and then did the same thing in the fourth. Martin (13-2, 5 KOs) was buzzed by the shots but he wasn’t in serious peril of being stopped. The Chicago native kept plugging away to get back into the fight and won several rounds, but Cruz was the better man and the two knockdowns were the key. All three ringside judges favored the Floridian via tallies of 96-92.

Benson Henderson-Patricky Freire, Roy Nelson Debut Set for Bellator 183 in San Jose

A lightweight showdown between Benson Henderson and Patricky Freire and Roy Nelson ’s promotional debut will serve as the featured attractions at Bellator 183 on Sept. 23. Henderson vs. Freire will be the headliner of the card at the SAP Center in San Jose, Calif. Freire was removed from a previously scheduled main event bout against Derek Campos at Bellator 181 on July 14. As a result, Campos will square off with Brandon Girtz in the new Bellator 181 headliner. The bout were announced by the California-based organization over the weekend. Meanwhile, Nelson will lock horns with Javy Ayala in a heavyweight duel at Bellator 183. Ayala had been booked against Valentin Moldavsky at Bellator 181. Henderson last appeared at Bellator 165 on Nov. 19, when he dropped a split decision to Michael Chandler in a lightweight title affair. “Smooth” is now 1-2 with Bellator following a lengthy tenure in the UFC. Freire has won three of his last four contests, including a brutal second-round knockout of former Strikeforce champion Josh Thomson in his most recent outing at Bellator 172.

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Introducing Miesha Tate’s “Goth” Sister

Tate retired from the UFC following her decision loss to bantamweight contender Raquel Pennington back in November. Despite retiring from the sport, Tate still works as an ambassador for the UFC and is a UFC analyst on FOX.

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Bellator NYC/180 Medical Suspensions: Fedor Emelianenko Faces Possible 90-Day Layoff

Fedor Emelianenko is facing the longest potential medical suspension of anyone on the Bellator NYC “Sonnen vs. Silva” card following his first-round technical knockout loss to Matt Mitrione this past Saturday. “The Last Emperor” was suspended a minimum of 90 days pending clearance from the New York State Athletic Commission, which released a full list of medical suspensions from Bellator NYC and Bellator 180 to on Wednesday. Emelianenko and Mitrione landed a rare double knockdown during an initial exchange in the heavyweight co-main event. However, “Meathead” was able to gather his bearings more quickly than his opponent, and he was able to pound out Emelianenko with punches from above to earn a stoppage at the 1:14 mark. No one else on the card received a suspension longer than 30 days, while everyone who competed was sidelined at least seven days, per the stand post-bout wait period. Bellator NYC and Bellator 180 took place at Madison Square Garden in New York. Bellator NYC/180 Medical Suspensions: Fedor Emelianenko : suspended a minimum of 90 days pending New York State Athletic Commission clearance.

MMA’s Greats of the States | Washington: Randy Couture

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.

July Tussles Worth Watching

In an effort to bring more attention to the global stage of mixed martial arts, this list does not focus on major North American-based promotions like the Ultimate Fighting Championship and Bellator MMA. *** Boston Salmon vs. Ricky Turcios Dana White’s Contender Series 1 July 11 | Las Vegas Salmon and Turcios are two of the more intriguing talents to sign up for Dana White’s Contender Series, as the UFC president widens his prospect-mining operations. Salmon has spent his entire career competing under the Resurrection Fighting Alliance flag, having amassed a 5-1 record with the now-merged organization. The Xtreme Couture rep has not fought since he wound up on the wrong side of a disputed split decision against Zac Riley in September. Turcios, 24, has won all eight of his fights since turning pro in 2013, capturing a Fury Fighting Championship title along the way. Yuki Kondo vs. Ikuhisa Minowa Pancrase 288 July 2 | Tokyo Two of Japan’s most prolific martial artists have been booked opposite one another at Differ Ariake.

Cavalari, Zhuravlev to Fight for Interim Light Heavyweight Title at Glory 43

Glory announced today that its main event of the Glory 43 SuperFight Series undercard on July 14 has some added pizzazz. Saulo Cavalari will take on Pavel Zhuravlev for the interim light heavyweight title, with the winner set to face reigning champ Artem Vakhitov later in the year. “With what is sure to be an incredible fight between two top-three light heavyweights, we wanted to create stakes fitting of their ranking and the prestige of Madison Square Garden,” said Glory Matchmaker and Managing Director Sports Cor Hemmers. “Our champion Vakhitov injured his hand following Glory 38 Chicago and is working hard toward returning later this year. In the meantime, Cavalari or Zhuravlev will be established as interim champion.” Rounding out the Glory 43 SuperFight Series undercard is a middleweight bout between Ariel Sepulveda and Joe Taylor; a featherweight scrap featuring Mo Abdurahman and Chenchen Li; Itay Gershon will collide with Rafal Dudek at lightweight; Anissa Meksen will take on Jady Menezes at super bantamweight; and Arthur Sorsor will face Road to Glory UK tournament champ Bailey Sugden.

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Jon Fitch In Daytona Day One

First full day for me in Daytona for fight week. Check in, workouts, meal plan and some beach time. Even had time to play some uke.

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UFC Fight Night 112 winner Tony Martin: 'I think I can be the best fighter in the world'

“But I was just amped up,” Martin said. “In the beginning of the fight, he hit me with a jab and said something like, ‘Alright, let’s fight now.’ I just faked a takedown. I said ‘alright,’ I started talking once I started landing. Like, ‘Let’s go, I’m here. You act like I was just going to try to take you down the whole fight, but I’m here. Let’s scrap.’

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And Then There Was More … New Waterson Body Issue Images/Video Just Revealed

Michelle “Karate Hottie” Waterson is making waves and breaking the internet daily, this week, after images of her body issue with ESPN started to circulate.

Conor McGregor’s Boxing Coach: ‘I Think He’s Going to KO Floyd Mayweather’ |

If this guy is even a somewhat credible boxing coach, then deep down he knows he’s full of crap. This is going to be the easiest fight of mayweathers life. Hey but by all means, keep all the money coming in on McGregor…the odds keep getting better and better. I sure as hell don’t mind dropping a little cash on mayweather and making some free money, and the more fans who are eating up this “McGregor is a god” crap the better my odds get. Word to the wise, hype is hype, never reality.

BJPENN.COM Radio Ep. 39 // Steven Ray | Phil Baroni |

8:15PM ET- We kick things off with UFC lightweight prospect, Steven Ray. Just a few weeks removed from UFC Fight Night 113, we’ll preview Steven’s upcoming scrap with Paul Felder in Glasgow, Scotland. As the Scottish warrior prepares to put on show in front of his hometown crowd, we’ll breakdown the matchup against Felder and the current landscape in the lightweight division. Also, as Ray is about to enter free-agency, he’ll be discussing the added pressure to get a big win and go into contract negotiations with added leverage and his options going forward.

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Two More UFC Bouts Announced, Including One Title Fight

Fight fans will be pleased to know that in addition to the three bouts announced earlier, UFC officials have picked up two more big signings.

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No Reebok Deal McGregor Announces First New Major Sponsor For Mayweather Fight

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion Conor “Notorious” McGregor will o toe-to-toe with Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Aug. 26. With the UFC champion set to potentially make the payday of his career, it was recently revealed that Conor McGregor has been released from his Reebok deal for the epic cross-promotional match up. Now, Conor McGregor has decided to show off the first of his potential many new promotional deals for the highly anticipated boxing match. Over Instagram, Conor McGregor said “Late night work on the @conormcgregorfast conditioning program, blasting @beatsbydre. I am about to SHOCK THE WORLD! Again.” Late night work on the @conormcgregorfast conditioning program, blasting @beatsbydre. I am about to SHOCK THE WORLD! Again. A post shared by Conor McGregor Official (@thenotoriousmma) on Jun 27, 2017 at 8:21am PDT

UFC Fighters React To The Signing Of Evinger And The Cancellation Of Cerrone-Lawler

UFC fighters seemed to be happy and sad over the recent news. While some UFC fighters were ecstatic Evinger is finally getting her opportunity in the UFC, other fighters were upset because they’ll now have to wait even longer to see Lawler vs. Cerrone. Below, you can see how fighters reacted to all the news via Twitter.

🔴 MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #122: UFC OKC Lee / Chiesa Controversy; Bellator NYC: Chael Wins, Fedor Loses

All podcasts (video+mp3) can be found here: . On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, Karyn Bryant and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban discuss some of the action that went down at UFC Oklahoma City, where Kevin Lee defeated Michael Chiesa in the main event, and at Bellator NYC, where Chael Sonnen defeated Wanderlei Silva in the night’s top billed bout. They also discuss several other fights, including Johny Hendricks vs Tim Boetsch, Felice Herring vs Justine Kish, BJ Penn vs Dennis Siver, Matt Mitrione vs Fedor Emelianenko and Michael Chandler vs Brent Primus. SUBSCRIBE for more from MMA coverage: * Follow Karyn on Twitter: * Follow Alan on Twitter: * Follow Wade on Twitter: #UFC #UFCOKC #MikeChiesa #KevinLee #TimBoetsch #JohnyHendricks #FeliceHerrig #JustinKish #Poop #BJPenn #DennisSiver #TonyFerguson #KennyFlorian #TyronWoodley #FS1 #FOXSports #Bellator #BellatorNYC #ChaelSonnen #WanderleiSilva #MattMitrione #WanderleiSilva #MichaelChandler #BrentPrimus #KarynBryant #AlanJouban #MMAHEAT #Podcast And remember to check out our website: http://www.

UFC Fight Night 112 Averages 819,000 Viewers on Fox Sports 1

UFC Fight Night 112 attracted an average of 819,000 viewers for its main card on Fox Sports 1 on Sunday night, according to ShowBuzz Daily . UFC Fight Night 112 took place at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla., and the main card began on FS1 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. In the main event, Kevin Lee scored a controversial first-round submission triumph over Michael Chiesa in a lightweight clash. The main card peaked at 905,000 viewers on two occasions – once for the main event and earlier for the featherweight showdown between Dennis Siver and B.J. Penn . The UFC Fight Night main card also drew 427,000 viewers in the 18-to-49 adult demographic. Siver handed Penn, a former two-division champion, his fifth straight defeat with a majority decision triumph. Meanwhile, the UFC Fight Night 112 prelims, which aired on Fox Sports 2, drew an average of 319,000 viewers. That portion of the card featured a lightweight scrap between Clay Guida and Erik Koch , which Guida won via dominant unanimous decision. The prelims attracted 157,000 viewers in the 18-to-49 demographic.

Matches to Make After UFC Fight Night ‘Chiesa vs. Lee’

The argument can be made that Kevin Lee has emerged as the most promising young lightweight in the sport, and his latest performance did nothing to diminish his stock. Lee ran his winning streak to five fights and improved to 9-2 under the Ultimate Fighting Championship banner with a rear-naked submission on Michael Chiesa in the UFC Fight Night 112 main event on Sunday at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City. Referee Mario Yamasaki called for the stoppage 4:37 into Round 1, even though Chiesa neither tapped nor lost consciousness. Despite the officiating gaffe, Lee appeared to be seconds away from the finish. Chiesa had no answers for the combination of speed, skill and athleticism “The Motown Phenom” brought to the table. Lee executed a takedown inside the first 90 seconds, settled in top position after denying an attempted triangle choke and ultimately climbed to the back. His position secured with a body triangle, he drew blood with heavy ground-and-pound and snaked his arms into place for the choke. Soon after, Yamasaki was on the scene to rescue Chiesa, “The Ultimate Fighter 15” winner’s protests falling on deaf ears.

Michelle Waterson Breaks Her Silence On Her ESPN Body Issue

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) strawweight Michelle “Karate Hottie” Waterson has been keeping herself busy since her submission loss to Rose Namajunas in April. Most recently, the mixed martial artist revealed that she will b e featured on ESPN’s next Body Issue .

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