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Justin Gaethje vs. Melvin Guillard Confirmed
Inside MMA breaks the news that WSOF lightweight champion Justin Gaethje's next fight will be versus Melvin Guillard and Gaethje reacts live. Watch Inside MM...
The U.S. Military Once Proposed a “Gay” Bomb
One doesn’t commonly associate the slogan “make love not war” with the U.S. military. Indeed, the United States military is feared and formidable precisely because it has proven so effective at conceptualizing clever and innovative ways to search, find and destroy, often with the simple push of a button. However, in a departure from these hostile traditions, in 1994 the Wright Laboratory, part of the U.S. Air Force, produced a three page proposal for a “gay bomb”.
Submission of the Week: Cerrone vs. Horodecki
Before he began his 2011 tear in the UFC, Donald Cerrone shut down Chris Horodecki's buzz at the final WEC event. Watch Cerrone vs. Jim Miller on July 16 in Atlantic City and on Fox Sports 1.
Yoshihiro Akiyama vs. Kyle Noke in the works for UFC Fight Night 52 in Japan
Featuring a heavyweight matchup between Mark Hunt and Roy Nelson, UFC Fight Night 52 takes place Sept. 20 at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama Japan. The evening’s full lineup has yet to be revealed, but it’s expected to air in the U.S. on UFC Fight Pass.
Dana White: 'I'm going to meet with Gina Carano next week and get that f---ing thing done'
"One down, one to go. I'm going to meet with Gina next week and get that fucking thing done. Next week, man. It's just a matter of me and Lorenzo going to jump on a plane to Los Angeles, get in a room with her and her lawyer and get this thing done."
Berkeley gives free medical marijuana to poor patients
Lawmakers in Berkeley, California are apparently aware of this which is why the city council has passed a law that will provide free medical pot to very poor patients who cannot afford it. On Tuesday, July 8, the Berkeley City Council has unanimously approved a law that requires marijuana dispensaries in the city to give some of the medical pot to low income patients for free.
'Harry Potter' actor with MMA wins over Dan Severn, Herb Dean dies
Legeno was 4-3 as an MMA fighter with all of his fights coming in England under the Cage Rage banner. He owned wins over the likes of Severn, Dean and Kimo Leopoldo. In his last bout in 2007, Legeno beat Dean, the UFC's most well-known referee, by TKO when Dean could not continue due to an eye injury.
Ross Pearson steps in to face Abel Trujillo at UFC Fight Night Maine
Trujillo was supposed to fight Bobby Green at UFC Fight Night: Bader vs. St Preux on Aug. 16 in Maine. On Friday, though, a series of events pulled Green off that card and onto another. Now, Trujillo will meet Ross Pearson at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor in a battle of hard-hitting lightweights, according to UFC.com . The card will air live on FOX Sports 1.
Chris Camozzi-Rafael Natal Booked for Sept. 5 UFC Fight Night in Connecticut
Chris Camozzi's 12th UFC bout will come versus Rafael Natal on
Sept. 5. | Photo: Dave Mandel/Sherdog.com
Camozzi was visibly displeased with the way his fight against
Santos went at UFC
175 in Las Vegas last Saturday, but UFC officials have given
the Colorado native an opportunity to quickly wipe the bad taste
from his mouth.
It was announced on Friday that Camozzi will fight Rafael
Natal in a middleweight bout on Sept. 5.
The tilt will be part of the
UFC Fight Night at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Ledyard, Conn. The
event will also house a middleweight duel featuring Gegard
Mousasi and Ronaldo
Souza , as well as the recently announced Derrick
Lewis - Matt
Mitrione heavyweight bout.
For Camozzi, winning is absolutely vital. The 27-year-old has
dropped three straight pairings under the Zuffa banner since May of
2013. Prior to the losing streak, Camozzi had rallied off four wins
in a row, earning him a fight against “Jacare” Souza at UFC on FX
“Belfort vs. Rockhold.” He lost via submission, starting on his
Jose Aldo levels PED allegations at Chad Mendes as similar allegations swirl around the champ
"It's not something I heard, it's something I know. The UFC was contacted from the California [State] Athletic Commission from my understanding, and was looking for contact information for all the fighters from UFC 176, and were informed they were going to do pre-fight drugs testing. Or maybe they weren't informed, and maybe they inferred it. Apparently the next day, Jose Aldo pulled out. Then when we revisited and asked a couple of people people they said: 'Oh no, he was hurt 4 or 5 days before they announced he was out of the fight.' They were looking for a replacement. It's pretty tough to keep news like that under wraps for 4 or 5 days, so I'm more inclined to believe the first version. It could be a huge coincidence too, and I don't want to imply anything, but there is that speculation that's out there and there's plenty of people talking about it."