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Joe Rogan Experience Vlog #25

Behind the scenes footage from some recent podcasts of the Joe Rogan Experience.

'Countdown to UFC 174' video

Watch the 'Countdown to UFC 174' video for this Saturday's UFC 174 event at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada.

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Guns/weapons Fail Compilation

A funny compilation on the fails while using a weapon.

Goodnight 🖀✌️ @theredbury @harrylhgfx @terezowens @alilevinedesign - Latest Photos

Goodnight 🖀✌️ @theredbury @harrylhgfx @terezowens @alilevinedesign

Countdown to UFC 174: Demetrious Johnson vs. Ali Bagautinov (Full Episode) |

Check out the behind the scenes lead-up to Saturday’s  UFC 174  fight between Johnson and Bagautinov, as well as Rory MacDonald vs. Tyron Woodley and Rafael Feijao vs. Ryan Bader.

Hanging out with the beautiful Binibining Pilipinas USA 🏀🐀before the benefit concert for Philippines! - Official Website of Arianny Celeste

Hanging out with the beautiful Binibining Pilipinas USA 🏀🐀before the benefit concert for Philippines!

Sherdog’s Official Mixed Martial Arts Rankings - Still ‘Smooth’

Benson Henderson ’s first finish in 10 Octagon outings could not have come at a better time. Faced with a tough but relatively unknown opponent in Rustam Khabilov , the former UFC champion needed a statement win at UFC Fight Night Albuquerque to affirm his position as MMA’s second-ranked lightweight. After weathering a series of takedowns in the early rounds, Henderson dropped the Russian with a pair of punches and then pounced to squeeze out a rear-naked choke submission. Despite a few controversial decisions, Henderson has now emerged victorious from all but one of his UFC appearances. A rematch with the man who handed him that loss, Anthony Pettis , will have to wait, as the champion is currently lined up for a meeting with Gilbert Melendez when the pair finishes filming the 20th season of “The Ultimate Fighter.” Henderson was not the only lightweight who put on a strong showing on the UFC’s June 7 card. Rafael dos Anjos , who saw his title hopes derailed by Khabib Nurmagomedov in April, righted his ship with a victory over downsized welterweight Jason High .

This Week’s MMA Birthdays: Dan Severn Turns 56

Dan “The Beast” Severn turns 56 this week. | Jim Page/ Ultimate Fighting Championship hall of famer Dan Severn will celebrate his 56th birthday on June 8. Severn completed his remarkable mixed martial arts career with a 101-19-7 record. He last fought at a Blueblood MMA event in April 2012, when he took a unanimous decision from Alex Rozman at the Rivercenter in Davenport, Iowa. A two-time NCAA All-American wrestler at Arizona State University, “The Beast” transitioned to MMA in 1994 and mad his Ultimate Fighting Championship debut at UFC 4. Severn went on two win two UFC tournaments and compiled a 9-4 mark inside the Octagon. He fought for the heavyweight championship at UFC 12, submitting to a neck crank from Mark Coleman . A Coldwater, Mich., native, Severn was an alternate for three United States wrestling teams in the Olympics: 1980, 1984 and 1988. He was inducted into the UFC hall of fame in April 2005. Those in MMA celebrating a birthday during the week covering June 8-June 14: JUNE 8

XFCi results, videos: Four tournament winners crowned in Brazil

Xtreme Fighting Championships hosted five live shows in Brazil since February, and XFCi’s first international season ended with four tournament winners crowned on Saturday night in Sao Paulo.