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Claudia Gadelha Taps Out Karolina Kowalkiewicz (UFC 212 Fight Highlights) |

Check out highlights from the strawweight bout between Claudia Gadelha and Karolina Kowalkiewicz at UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway on Saturday in Brazil.

Vitor Belfort vs. Nate Marquardt video highlights

Watch Vitor Belfort vs. Nate Marquardt full fight video highlights from UFC 212's main card.

UFC 212 results: Vitor Belfort edges Nate Marquardt, vows to fight on

It wasn’t the most action-packed fight, but Vitor Belfort did enough to get the nod in his homeland.

UFC 212 results: Yancy Medeiros beats Erick Silva on questionable stoppage

The stoppage ended what had been an exciting fight.

UFC 212 Aftermath: Max Holloway’s big night felt like the dawn of an era

Not every title change marks the dawn of a new era, but Holloway’s win over Jose Aldo sure felt like one.

UFC 212 bonuses: Holloway, Gadelha among $50K winners

Check out our breakdown of the post-fight bonuses from UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. We tell you who won, who didn’t and why.

Miesha Tate: I wish Cris Cyborg hit ‘bully’ Angela Magana even harder

The former champ left no doubt where she stands on the infamous incident in Las Vegas.

Pros react to Holloway’s TKO of Aldo at UFC 212

Max Holloway TKO’d Jose Aldo to unify the 145 title in the UFC 212 main event. Pro fighters enjoyed the finish on Twitter.

Vitor Belfort Picks Up Win Over Nate Marquardt (UFC 212 Fight Highlights) |

Check out the highlights from the middleweight bout between Vitor Belfort and Nate Marquardt at UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway on Saturday in Brazil.

Diggin’ Deep on UFC Auckland: Main card preview

Get the ins and outs of the main card of UFC Auckland, featuring exciting flyweights Tim Elliott and Ben Nguyen and longtime UFC stalwart Ross Pearson.

UFC 212 live blog: Jose Aldo vs. Max Holloway

Follow UFC 212 live blog for the Aldo vs. Holloway showdown Saturday night in Rio de Janeiro.

Mike Perry vs. Thiago Alves slated for UFC 215

An intriguing welterweight fight is coming to the UFC’s August pay-per-view card.

GSP speaks to Dana, ‘positive’ Bisping fight still happens

Georges St-Pierre says he spoke to Dana White, and is confident his UFC return will still be against Michael Bisping.

Miesha Tate Scrum: I Wish Cris Cyborg Would Have Punched Angela Magana Harder |

In a media scrum before UFC 212, former UFC champion Miesha Tate talks life as a retired fighter, Ronda Rousey's future, Cris Cyborg vs. Angela Magana, and more.

Lopez thinks ref Yamasaki was biased at UFC 212

Matthew Lopez talks his UFC 212 win over Johnny Eduardo, being Justin Gaethje's "punching bag" in the gym, and more.

Replay! Watch Max Holloway’s Domination Of Jose Aldo

On Saturday, at UFC 212, Max Holloway became the undisputed UFC featherweight champion. Holloway defeated Jose Aldo by TKO in the third round of their ma

The subliminal bout between ‘Mighty Mouse’ and White is a candidate for FOTY

Regardless if Demetrious Johnson fights T.J. Dillashaw or Ray Borg, his fight before the fight has been more fascinating than either.

Replay! Vitor Belfort’s Reveals Future Plans At UFC 212

On Saturday, at UFC 212, UFC legend Vitor Belfort managed to earn a victory in his home country. Belfort won a close decision against former UFC middlewe

UFC 212 Results: Aldo vs. Holloway

Follow UFC 212 results for the Aldo vs. Holloway event Saturday night in Rio de Janeiro.

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UFC Fight Night 110 early weigh-in results and live video stream (3 a.m. ET)

AUCKLAND, New Zealand – MMAjunkie is on scene and reporting live from today’s early and official UFC Fight Night 110 fighter weigh-ins, which kick off at 3 a.m. ET (midnight PT).

As silence fell in Rio, Max Holloway ended the disputed era of the UFC featherweight title

That ought to make Holloway the one true champ featherweight. It also ought to give hope to all those other contenders who saw their title hopes dead-end at Aldo. It’s a new day at 145 pounds, thanks to a little violent upheaval. Everybody gets fresh hope for another chance.

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RIO DE JANEIRO – UFC 212 takes place today at Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro. As usual, you can watch a live video stream of the post-event press conference here on MMAjunkie at approximately 1:15 a.m. ET (10:15 p.m. PT).

Claudia Gadelha: Nobody But Joanna Jedrzejczyk is a Challenge for Me at Strawweight

Two of the last three strawweight title challengers squared off at UFC 212 on Saturday night, and the end result wasn’t very competitive. Claudia Gadelha made short work of Karolina Kowalkiewicz in Rio de Janeiro, submitting her Polish foe with a rear-naked choke 3:03 into round one. For Gadelha, the victory arrived because she was willing to leave the comfort zone of her longtime training home of Nova Uniao. That was far from easy. “I feel great. Like I’ve been saying, I’ve changed a lot. And I had to challenge myself for that,” Gadelha said on Fox Sports 1. “It wasn’t easy. It was very hard. I had eight weeks camp in Albuquerque. I missed my family. I had to do that to become the new Claudia.” Gadelha initially relocated to Luttrell-Yee MMA in Albuquerque, N.M., prior to a unanimous decision win over Cortney Casey at UFC Fight Night 100 this past November. In addition to working with coaches Chris Luttrell and Ray Yee, Gadelha supplemented her training at the renowned Jackson-Wink MMA gym. Leaving Brazil and Nova Uniao was essential to her growth, Gadelha said.

Kazushi Sakuraba Named as Next 2017 UFC Hall of Fame Inductee |

“When I was told about being inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame, my first reaction was surprise,” Sakuraba said. “I stepped into the Octagon 20 years ago and I never could have dreamed that one day I would be invited to join other legends in the UFC Hall of Fame. It has always been my mission, not only to become the best, but to show the world the excitement and glory of MMA. In the process, if I’ve somehow influenced the sport of MMA, it was never in my power to do it alone. I couldn’t have achieved anything without my esteemed opponents, without staff who make events happen, without media who tell our stories, and, most importantly, without the support of the amazing fans. It is my wish to share this honor with everyone in the Japanese martial arts world that, through PRIDE, helped establish a new era in fighting sport.”

UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway Results

MMA Fighting brings you UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway results. UFC 212 takes place at the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In the main event, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo squares off against UFC interim featherweight champion Max Holloway . Claudia Gadelha battles Karolina Kowalkiewicz in the co-main event.

Sherdog’s Boxing Pound-for-Pound Top 10

Since we last updated the Boxing Pound-for-Pound Top 10, there have been multiple changes. Some fighters have fallen off, while others have skyrocketed on the rankings ladder. Light heavyweights, middleweights and those hovering around the welterweight limit make up the majority of the list. No matter how you slice it, these guys are the best of the best. 1. Andre “S.O.G.” Ward (31-0, 15 KOs) It looked like “S.O.G.” was set to take the boxing world by storm when he shredded the competition in the Super Six World Boxing Classic between November 2009 and December 2011, but Ward battled injuries and promoters, effectively halting his forward progress. However, he went toe-to-toe with Sergey Kovalev in November, eked past the Russian with a unanimous decision and captured the WBA, IBF and WBO light heavyweight titles. Ward will meet Kovalev in a rematch on June 17 in Las Vegas. 2. Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev (30-1-1, 26 KOs) The knockout machine has mowed down all but a few of his opponents and nearly took out Andre Ward in the second round of their showdown on Nov.

Max Holloway Sends Message To Dana White Following UFC 212 Win

On Saturday, at UFC 212, Holloway defeated Jose Aldo to win the featherweight title.

UFC Fight Night 110 official weigh-in video highlights and photo gallery

The early weigh-ins, which preceded the Saturday’s ceremonial affair, took place at the UFC host hotel in Auckland, New Zealand. Spark Arena in Auckland hosts Saturday’s ceremonial weigh-ins, as well as Sunday’s fight card (which airs on FS1 on Saturday due to the time change).

Adonis Stevenson Obliterates Fonfara in Rematch to Retain 175-Pound Title

Boom, stoppage. @AdonisSuperman takes down @andrzej_fonfara in round 2 via TKO. #StevensonFonfara2 — SHOWTIME Boxing (@ShowtimeBoxing) June 4, 2017 Adonis Stevenson vowed to turn Andrzej Fonfara into minced meet in their rematch on Saturday night and he did. “Superman” electrified his hometown fans at the Bell Centre in Montreal as he flattened the Polish challenger in the second round and he made it look rather easy. Stevenson (29-1, 24 KOs) dropped Fonfara in the opening frame with a blistering combo to the head and nearly took him out moments later. Fanfara (29-5, 17 KOs) was resilient enough to hang on and continue, but his fortunes never improved. Stevenson, sensing an early stoppage, swarmed his foe and unloaded a whirlwind of punishment to the head and body as soon as the following frame began, so much so that Fonfara’s trainer Virgil Hunter had to throw in the towel. The official time of the TKO was just 28 ticks into the second round to retain his WBC light heavyweight title. Now the boxing world awaits to see if he’ll fight the winner of Andre Ward and Sergey Kovalev later this month.

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Raphael Assuncao Takes the Nod Over Former WSOF Champ Marlon Moraes (UFC 212 Results) |

Assuncao landed an overhand right early in the frame that dropped Moraes briefly to a knee, but the former WSOF champion pressed on for the remainder of the round, landing solid low kicks and stinging Assuncao with a stiff jab.

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Luan Chagas Drops Then Subs Jim Wallhead (UFC 212 Fight Highlights) |

After Max Holloway defeated Jose Aldo at UFC 212 on Saturday, he declared it the "Blessed Era." So what's next for Holloway?

Antonio Carlos Junior Chokes Eric Spicely (UFC 212 Fight Highlights) |

Check out Antonio Carlos Junior as he chokes out Eric Spicely at UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway  on Saturday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway Attendance Figures from Brazil |

Those in attendance witnessed Max Holloway become the undisputed UFC featherweight champion by finishing Jose Aldo in the fight card’s main event. Holloway held the interim belt heading into the fight and Aldo was the 145-pound titleholder. A combination midway through the third round sent the Brazilian crashing to the canvas. Holloway followed him to the ground and pounded away with punches until referee “Big” John McCarthy stopped the fight.

UFC 212 ‘Aldo vs. Holloway’ Play-by-Play, Results & Round-by-Round Scoring

"> Luan Chagas vs. Jim Wallhead Round 1 Switching between stances, Chagas catches Wallhead with several early punches, followed by some hard low kicks to the lead leg. Wallhead fires back, throwing a dozen or more punches, though only a few make their way through to the Brazilian's face. After eating another hard hook, Wallhead goes diving for a takedown, but it's easily shut down by Chagas with a sprawl at the fence. Chagas eats a short right hook, then lights up Wallhead with a sharp four-punch combination. Wallhead tries another poor shot from way out; Chagas keeps it standing and throws a front kick into the judoka's breadbasket. Left hook from Chagas, now a right, followed by high knee to the face as the Brazilian closes out the round with a strong final minute. Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Chagas Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Chagas Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Chagas Round 2 Wallhead slugs Chagas with a right hand in the opening minute, the Englishman's best strike so far. Chagas throws an inside thigh kick that strays to the groin, but Wallhead is soon recovered and ready to resume.

Pros react to Max Holloway's TKO victory over Jose Aldo |

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Jon Jones fires back at Daniel Cormier over recent PED comments |

Jones of course will be entering into the Octagon for the first time since his April of 2016 showdown with Ovince Saint Preux that saw him claim the interim light heavyweight title. Cormier on the other hand has been on a tear of the light heavyweight division since his loss to Jones, winning the title in his next fight before then going on a 3-fight win streak that most recently saw him defeat Anthony Johnson.

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Woodley: ‘I might pass on Demian Maia’ — Here’s Why!

“There are two sets of rules going on,” Woodley said. “There’s traditional, you get the belt, you fight anybody, the No. 1 contenders and it’s a true sport. Then you have the entertainment side where you see Conor McGregor go up a weight class here and there, jumping two different belts, Bisping fighting Georges. All these different things are happening and they make a lot of money, why wouldn’t you want to partake in that? For me, I’m open to fighting Demian Maia, who is the No. 1 contender. I’m also open to a super fight. I’m open to pretty much anything that builds my fighter profile.”

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Assuncao outpoints Moraes, Carlos Junior earns sub

ASSUNCAO vs. MORAES No. 3-ranked bantamweight contender Raphael Assuncao spoiled the UFC debut of highly-regarded Marlon Moraes Saturday night, snapping his countryman’s 13-fight winning streak via split decision in UFC 212 prelim action at Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro. Scores were 30-27, 29-28 and 28-29. The first round was largely tactical, with Moraes’ superior speed allowing him to take the lead behind his sharp striking. Assuncao wasn’t far behind though, and he closed the gap considerably when he landed two flush right hands in the closing seconds of the frame. The second stanza may have been even closer, with each fighter having his moments as the bout remained standing for the middle five minutes. It was Moraes pushing the pace in the final round, though, with a closing barrage of kicks seemingly allowing him to take the round, but not the fight. Recife’s Assuncao moves to 25-5 with the win; Rio de Janeiro’s Moraes falls to 18-5-1. CARLOS JUNIOR vs. SPICELY In a middleweight clash of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belts, Antonio Carlos Junior got the victory, submitting Eric Spicely in the second round.

Chuck Liddell Asks For Fight Against Tito Ortiz

Former UFC light heavyweight champion and mixed martial arts veteran Chuck Liddell has recently been teasing a potential return to the sport of mixed martial arts. Now, it would appear that the mixed martial arts legend is looking to reignite an old rivalry. Over Instagram, Chuck Liddell posted an image of himself staring down with fellow former champion and longtime rival Tito Ortiz. In the post, Liddell simply said “Why not?” Liddell and Ortiz have crossed paths inside the octagon on two occasions, with Liddell winning by knockout both times. The two fought back in 2004 and then again in 2006. Why not? A post shared by Chuck Liddell (@chuckliddell) on Jun 3, 2017 at 9:02pm PDT

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UFC boss Dana White says 'I'm the only one' running Mayweather-McGregor deal

“What does WME know about making big fights? It’s pretty bad,” said White, also referring to a report about his recent real-estate purchases. “I’ve had a couple of bad days back to back with ‘legitimate’ news stories – the ‘Las Vegas Review-Journal’ and now ‘The L.A. Times.’ Trust me, I’m running the Mayweather-McGregor deal. I’m the only one in on it.”

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Opinion: Studies are Neat, but MMA is Still Not Your Dad's Sport

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. * * * This week, the Sports Business Journal published a neat little study on television sports watchers , noting that, surprise surprise, that audience is getting older. Fast fact: did you know the median age of an Ultimate Fighting Championship fan is roughly 49 years old? I thought boxing was what my parents preferred. I thought the UFC was, in fact, “as real as it gets.” Was I mistaken? As interesting as the SBJ's article is, no. You and I, our own perceptions and all existing anecdotal evidence suggest that what we know holds true: middle-aged divorcees in the management class are part of the mixed martial arts landscape, but it's still the 18-34 demographic that runs this sport. MMA may not be “cool” like it was in the Affliction T-shirt era, but MMA is still not “your dad's sport,” at least not necessarily. The study was conducted for the SBJ by Magna Global and measured TV watchers of various sports -- don't you dare not consider professional wrestling a sport -- from 2000 to 2016.

‘TUF 25’ Recap: Episode 8

Wednesday’s episode will have not one but two fights: the intriguing wild card bout between opening-round losers Joe Stevenson and Hayder Hassan . In keeping with the season’s theme, it’s one last chance for both men to redeem themselves. The first bout of the quarterfinals is also on tap, though the participants have yet to be revealed. Up first is Hassan working in the gym with coach Cody Garbrandt and doing some chaotic fight simulation. The coach is pumping his fighter up beyond belief and he appears to be doing a tremendous job of it. As it seems, Hassan is in excellent shape and is more than ready for his brawl with Stevenson. Out of nowhere, “No Love” and rival coach T.J. Dillashaw are in each other’s faces in the hallway because Dillashaw apparently went on social media and said that Cody is a different cat on the show than when he’s not. Garbrandt is ready to throw figurative hammers at his adversary, but nothing untoward unfolds. From there, it’s time for “Daddy” to get ready for his fight just six days after his last one. Stevenson is well aware of Hassan’s killer punching power and Dillashaw is playing it safe by keeping his stamina up and doing drills that won’t add any damage to his head and body.

Gambling in Glasgow: Free Agency Looms for Stevie Ray

Steven Ray and Paul Craig ’s online war of words made the promotional obligations for UFC Glasgow slightly awkward last week, but there are a lot more pressing issues for Ray as he closes in on his seventh outing under the Ultimate Fighting Championship banner. The former Cage Warriors Fighting Championship ace’s situation is a curious one. Despite claiming the biggest wins of his career in his last two outings over bona fide veterans Ross Pearson and Joe Lauzon , Ray’s stock seemed to be higher after his first two UFC fights against Marcin Bandel and Leonardo Marfa, whom he stopped inside the distance. Mixed martial arts’ fan base appears to value stoppage victories over lesser opposition more than wins over established names, but Ray was confident that UFC’s top brass would appreciate the work he had put in when they sat down to discuss a new contract. Yet, when the offer came in, Ray decided he would gamble and see his current agreement out. “We got an offer, it was back and forth with my manager and UFC,” Ray explained. “It wasn’t really what I was looking for money-wise.

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Replay! UFC Fighter Erupts Brazilian Crowd With Post-Fight Interview

UFC’s Brian Kelleher earned an impressive victory at Saturday’s UFC 214. The mixed martial artist submitted Iuri Alcantara in front of his opponent’s home crowd in Brazil. However, the crowd were not truly off of their feet until Kelleher provided his post-fight interview. After defeating Alcantara, Kelleher was met with a roaring crowd of boos. The fighter made a shout out to UFC President Dana White. “Dana, that’s No. 13 in a row. I just took No. 13 out. I want a top 10 guy. I don’t want this slow pace. Feed me to the sharks. I’m ready.” He said. The fighter also spurred on the crowd by mimicking, in Portuguese, the infamous “you’re gonna die”chant, while adding a lengthy “shhhh” to the statement. The fighter’s post-fight interview can be seen below. SAY IT WITH YOUR CHEST! @brianboom135's unafraid of the home crowd and lets @danawhite know how he feels! #UFC212 — FOX Sports: UFC (@UFCONFOX) June 4, 2017 Jose Aldo was removed from power and forcefully so. Max Holloway became the third undisputed featherweight titleholder in Ultimate Fighting Championship history, as he disposed of Aldo with punches in the third round of their UFC 212 main event on Saturday at Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro. Holloway drew the curtain 4:13 into Round 3, as he took his place on the throne at 145 pounds. Aldo fought well in spurts: According to preliminary FightMetric data, he outlanded the Hawaiian in each of the first two rounds, 19-12 in the first and 29-28 in the second. However, he holstered one of his most trusted and devastating weapons, the 30-year-old Nova Uniao standout throwing only one leg kick across more than 14 minutes of combat. Holloway decked him with a two-punch combination in the third round, climbed into top position and cut loose with ground-and-pound -- he paused briefly for an attempt at a rear-naked choke -- until referee John McCarthy intervened. In the aftermath of UFC 212 “Aldo vs. Holloway,” here are five matches that ought to be made: Max Holloway vs.

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UFC 212 Results: Max Holloway finishes Jose Aldo (Highlights) |

Round one begins and Aldo takes the center of the octagon. Max paws with a jab and then sends a shot to the body of Aldo. Holloway presses forward with a combination but Aldo avoids the attempted strikes. Jose goes to the body with a left hand. Max circles out and then lands a right hand. Aldo with a crisp right hand in return. Max presses forward and they briefly clinch. Aldo lands a big right hand after they break. He scores another and then a combination. Holloway is stunned. Aldo with a knee and then another right hand. Max circles off the fence and appears to be ok. Holloway takes the center of the octagon and lands a right hand. Aldo responds with a left and then avoids some attempted counters from Holloway. Another good left scores for Aldo. He is on point tonight. Jose lands a leaping left hook and then a leg kick. Max scores with a spinning back kick to close out round one.

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Max Holloway Sends Message To Dana White Following UFC 212 Win

On Saturday, at UFC 212, Holloway defeated Jose Aldo to win the featherweight title.

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Sunday Morning UFC 212 Coffee: Who Won Last Night?

Are you wondering who won the fight last night? has you covered. Jose Aldo and Max Holloway locked horns to decide the fate of the undisputed Ultimate Fighting Championship featherweight title in the UFC 212 main event on Saturday at the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro. In the three-round co-headliner, Claudia Gadelha toed the line against Karolina Kowalkiewicz at 115 pounds. A recap of UFC 212 “Aldo vs. Holloway” follows: WHO WON THE FIGHT YESTERDAY? 145: Max Holloway def. Jose Aldo -- TKO (Punches) 4:13 R3 115: Claudio Gadelha def. Karolina Kowalkiewicz -- Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 3:03 R1 185: Vitor Belfort def. Nate Marquardt -- Unanimous Decision 185: Paulo Henrique Costa def. Oluwale Bamgbose -- TKO (Punches) 1:06 R2 170: Yancy Medeiros def. Erick Silva -- TKO (Punches) 2:01 R2 135: Raphael Assuncao def. Marlon Moraes -- Split Decision 185: Antonio Carlos Jr. def. Eric Spicely -- Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 3:49 R2 135: Matthew Lopez def. Johnny Eduardo -- TKO (Punches) 2:57 R1 135: Brian Kelleher def.

Claudia Gadelha Earns $50,000 Extra for Quick Finish (UFC 212 Bonuses) |

Although Aldo was unable to get the victory, his fellow Brazilian Claudia Gadelha did just that, and in impressive fashion. 

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Max Holloway fires a shot at Conor McGregor after title fight win in Brazil | FOX Sports

“Like I said before, I’m going to say it again — that guy was the 2015 champ. He can go run around wherever he’s at with the belt and celebrate, but guess what? You can’t take it away from here. We’re here. This is called the year 2017. He’s a 2015 champ, and I’m the champ,” Holloway said about McGregor at the UFC 212 post-fight press conference

UFC 212 Results: Claudia Gadelha submits Karolina Kowalkiewicz |

Round one begins and Karolina starts off quickly immediately pressuring Claudia. She lands a right hand. Gadelha returns fire with a low kick. Claudia goes to the body with a kick. Karolina presses forward and the fighters clinch. Gadelha lands an elbow and the ladies break. Karolina comes forward and lands a low kick. She misses with a follow up kick to the body. Karolina with a right hand. Claudia shoots in and grabs a hold of Karolina. She drags the Polish fighter to the ground and immediately moves her back. Gadelha takes the back and locks in her hooks. She locks in a rear-naked choke and it is tight. This one is all over. WOW! What a performance from the Brazilian.

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Fighters React to Max Holloway Destruction Of Jose Aldo

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) held its most recent event on Saturday. UFC 212 went down inside the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In the night’s main event, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo set out to defend his title from interim champion Max Holloway. In an impressive upset, Max Holloway earned a TKO victory over his opponent. Now, fighters and fans are jumping on social media to give their thoughts on the exciting main event battle. For insight into what some of the UFC’s fellow fighters had to say, see the posts below. ALL MAX!!!!!!!! Congrats @BlessedMMA !!!! #champ — Daniel Cormier (@dc_mma) June 4, 2017 Hell yeah! @BlessedMMA is the new champ! Well deserved!! Young blood is coming to take it!!! — Jimmie Rivera (@JimmieRivera135) June 4, 2017 I'm wondering why no leg kicks #AldovsHalloway? #UFC212 — Miesha Tate (@MieshaTate) June 4, 2017 Wow!!!! @BlessedMMA is a bad dude. @ufc #ufc212 — Ray Borg (@tazmexufc) June 4, 2017 Incredibly done! Man! That was crazy' #UFC212 — #OnAmission4Gold (@KelvinGastelum) June 4, 2017 When Aldo fought Connor, he just got caught.

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