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Bellator Re-Launches The Next Era of the Women’s Division - Bellator MMA

Newport Beach, Calif. ( August 14, 2014 ) – Bellator MMA has reestablished the women’s division with two of MMA’s top featherweights leading the forefront. Finding previous success in the female MMA game, Bellator President Scott Coker has added Marloes Coenen and Julia Budd to the roster to start the next era of the Bellator women’s division.

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By: Lem Satterfield Persistent attempts to get MMA legalized in The Big Apple have not yet yielded fruit for the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Paul Heyman: At 100% health, no fighter could have touched Brock Lesnar

"I think with all due respect to the rest of the division, I think Cain Velasquez is by far the most dominant heavyweight in UFC today," Paul Heyman, Lesnar's longtime friend and on-air WWE advocate, told FOX Sports recently. "As a champion, I think he's a noteworthy champion because I think he's going to clean out the entire division.  That being said, Cain Velasquez stepped in the cage with Junior Dos Santos when Cain wasn't at 100 percent and he got knocked out in under 90 seconds. If that's not a demonstration of what happens when you enter the Octagon at less than 100 percent, I don't know what is. Brock Lesnar entered the Octagon against these people, Shane Carwin, even against Randy Couture, against Frank Mir, against Alistair Overeem, against Cain Velasquez at far less than 100 percent.

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But it’s not all bad. The more I look, the more I like. For example, this summer I heard that, just before midnight, the billboards in Times Square are suddenly turned off and replaced with works of art. It’s the most creative idea on Earth. An updated, technological version of the pop-up art exhibits I set up in subway stations in the ’90s, it gives me chills.

Morning Report: Greg Jackson explains how Jon Jones injured himself training with Alistair Overeem

The announcement of the Nick Diaz / Anderson Silva had many fight fans watering at the mouth. To me, this shows just how big of a draw Nick Diaz is. Even though Nick Diaz is on a two fight losing streak, people are still clamoring to see him back in the cage. The fact that he will step into the cage to face arguably the greatest fighter of all time only sweetens the deal. The UFC is a business driven by polarizing figures, and right now there is no one more polarizing than Nick Diaz.

Joe Rogan and Friends

“One of the most complex and exciting stand-ups working in America today.  Like an idealistic hippy stuck inside the body of a testosterone-pumped US marine.  He’s been likened to late great US comedians such as Bill Hicks and Sam Kinison, but although he exhibits a similar brand of furious indignation, his observations and revelations are entirely his own.  His angry, insightful act is an absorbing battle between his raw libertarian instincts and his refined liberal sensibilities.”   --William Cook, The Guardian   A standup comedian for more than 20 years, Joe Rogan sells out theaters internationally with his inquisitive and intense comedic style.  His third hour comedy special “Joe Rogan: Live from the Tabernacle” was released in December 2012 via his website.  Rogan previously starred in two hour long specials, “Talking Monkeys in Space” (2009) now available on CD & DVD and “Joe Rogan Live” (2007) now available on DVD, and released the CD’s “Shiny Happy Jihad” (2007) and “I’m Gonna Be Dead Someday” (2000).

Back to School, Back to Eating Right! | The Dolce Diet

We’ve always heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day….it’s true! Breakfast gets our metabolism pumped up and ready to go for the rest of the day. Our first meal essentially wakes up our digestive system. Plus, a positive start usually breeds positive actions and decisions throughout the rest of the day. Eating breakfast will also help kids focus better in class and likely retain information and perform better. Test scores also tend be higher when students have been properly fueled from the get-go. A quick, easy (and 100% Dolce-Approved) breakfast for your kids is none other than the famous Breakfast Bowl! The Breakfast Bowl isn’t just for adults! We have made some adjustments to the ingredient portions to adjust to growing bodies.

Fighter Pearson primed for big day

Pearson is one of the biggest European stars in the UFC with 17 wins from 25 fights and is second on the bill for the event in Bangor, Maine, with light heavyweights Ryan Bader and Ovince Saint Preux heading up the card.

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On the Cusp: An Interview with Ryan Bader | FIGHTLAND

What was it about wrestling that kept you in the sport for so long? I always loved it because it’s a team sport, but it’s an individual sport. I love the comradery; it’s a different comradery to any other sport. I’ve played football and baseball, but wrestling day in and day out, and knowing how hard it is and watching your guys next to you go through the same thing, cutting weight together and then going out and competing individually. Usually you have a team and your points add up to a team. But you’re out there wrestling for yourself; it’s all up to you and how much work you put in to get that result. If you haven’t been working hard it will show. If you have and you’ve been busting your ass, then it’ll show too. I just love that aspect of it and had fun with it. MMA is pretty much the same deal, you have your people and teammates around you, people who push you and help you get to where you are. But ultimately, you have to go out there, and you have to perform. 

From the runway to the Octagon, male model Alan Jouban to make UFC debut

"Anderson is obviously a massive star, but when you're there and you see him day to day, it lets you know he's human," Jouban said. "We look at guys at that level as heroes, as if they're invincible, and we put them on a pedestal. But then you get in the gym with him and you see him train and drilling and trying to get better. You see the repetitions and you see him training to learn the new techniques and how he overcomes his not-so-great days.

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Ben Askren: ONE FC title will 'further my argument' I'm best welterweight on planet

“I think it would just further my argument that I’m the best welterweight on the planet,” Askren told MMAjunke Radio of winning the ONE FC championship. “I’ve already won one major organization’s belt and held it for a long time. I’m on the doorstep of winning another major organization’s belt, and in the foreseeable future I don’t see anyone taking it from me.”

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UFC Fight Night in Halifax Gets Aljamain Sterling-Mitch Gagnon, Five Other Bouts

Aljamain Sterling is headed north of the border for his next fight. | Photo: Dave Mandel/ A pair of bantamweights have been added to UFC Fight Night “MacDonald vs. Saffiedine,” as Aljamain Sterling will face Mitch Gagnon on Oct. 4. Gagnon confirmed the matchup to The Sudbury Star on Tuesday, and the promotion officially announced the pairing on Thursday. In addition, the UFC announced five other bouts for the Oct. 4 bill: “The Ultimate Fighter: Nations” 185-pound winner Elias Theodoreau meets Bruno Santos at middleweight; “TUF: Nations” welterweight champ Chad Laprise takes on Yosdenis Cedeno at 155 pounds; Olivier Aubin-Mercier battles Jake Lindsey at lightweight; Jason Saggo squares off against newcomer Paul Felder at 155; and Matt Dwyer makes his Octagon debut against Albert Tumenov in a welterweight tilt. The event is set to take place at Halifax Metro Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The developing fight card is topped by welterweights Rory MacDonald and Tarec Saffiedine . Sterling, an undefeated former Cage Fighting Fury Championships bantamweight titlist, will attempt to push his professional record to 11-0 with a win in October.

Bellator signs Marloes Coenan, Julia Budd to open women's 145-pound division

Marloes Coenen , a former Strikeforce champion, and Julia Budd , who also fought in Scott Coker's original promotion, were the first two fighters announced Thursday morning as part of Bellator's plans of bringing women's fighting back with a 145-pound weight class division. Bellator, now run by Coker, announced that Coenen and Budd are scheduled to square off later this year in a fight on Spike TV. Coenen and Budd had both been fighting for Invicta. Invicta President Shannon Knapp said that Coenen's contract expired a few months ago, and Budd had been working on a single fight deal. "We're incredibly excited top to bring in two of the best athletes competing in our sport today," said Coker.  "We are making a commitment to bring back the female division to Bellator, and feature some of the world's best in the Bellator cage." Bellator had discontinued using women fights in 2013. It is notable Bellator is opening up its first division at 145 pounds, a weight class the UFC doesn't feature.  Coenen had fought at 135 at times during her career, but when the UFC opened up the division in 2013, she cited she no longer wanted to cut that much weight, and ended up with Invicta.

UFC newcomer Frankie Saenz: 'I have no gimmick; I just love to scrap'

It’s an ambitious goal to jump into the top 10 of any UFC division as a newcomer, and most would say it’s unrealistic. But Saenz (8-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) is brimming with confidence as he approaches a Saturday bout against Nolan Ticman (4-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC), who also makes his octagon debut at UFC Fight Night 47.

Joby Sanchez Replaces Tim Elliott, Faces Wilson Reis at UFC Fight Night Tulsa

Joby Sanchez will make his UFC debut on Aug 23. | Jeff Sherwood/ Joby Sanchez will make his Octagon debut on short notice, as the Jackson-Wink MMA prospect will face Wilson Reis when the UFC heads to Oklahoma on Aug. 23. Sanchez replaces the Tim Elliott , who withdrew from the fight due to injury. The UFC announced the flyweight pairing on Thursday. reports that Sanchez has signed a four-fight deal with the Las Vegas-based promotion. UFC Fight Night "Henderson vs. dos Anjos" takes place at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla., and is headlined by a lightweight showdown between Benson Henderson and Rafael dos Anjos . The 23-year-old Sanchez recently switched camps in Albuquerque, N.M., moving from the Chavez Dojo to Jackson-Wink MMA. Unbeaten in six professional bouts, Sanchez earned the biggest win of his career last week, stopping WEC veteran Antonio Banuelos in the second round at Tachi Palace Fights 20. Sanchez was scheduled to face Matt Manzanares at RFA 18 in Albuquerque before the UFC came calling.

$340,000 Settlement Assigns Value to What Might Have Been for UFC Vet Jason Day

Jason Day, pictured here fighting Kendall Grove, had his MMA career cut short. | Jason Day lost his last professional fight to Francis Carmont at something called “Slammer in the Hammer” in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on June 17, 2011. Although he didn’t know it then, it was the last time he would competitively set foot in a cage. The victory propelled Carmont to the Ultimate Fighting Championship , where he has remained ever since. Day, meanwhile, a UFC veteran who harbored dreams of a return to the big stage, saw his MMA career come to an abrupt end when he was hit by a car while riding his bike in Vancouver some two months later. Day only recently tasted victory again, only in a different form, when he was awarded approximately $340,000 by a British Columbia Supreme Court civil jury for the injury he suffered three years ago. At the time, Day was 32 years old, and while he had lost five of his last six bouts, the names -- Carmont, Ovince St. Preux , Jesse Taylor , Kendall Grove , Michael Bisping -- were not your garden variety mixed martial artists.

Fight Night Bangor Free Fight: Tim Boetsch vs. David Heath

UFC newcomer Tim "The Barbarian" Boetsch looks to make a statement in his first Octagon appearance against veteran David Heath at UFC 81. Watch Boetsch battle Brad Tavares at UFC Fight Night Bangor.

TUF Talk podcast: TUF 20 preview with Invicta FC's Shannon Knapp and Julie Kedzie

Before The Ultimate Fighter season 20 kicks off on FOX Sports 1, hear from two of the women responsible for giving many of the competitors the break they needed before coming to the UFC as Invicta FC president Shannon Knapp and matchmaker Julie Kedzie join us to preview the new season ahead.

CFFC Champ Paul Felder Signs with UFC, Faces Jason Saggo on Oct. 4 in Canada

Days removed from his last bout, Paul Felder has joined the UFC. | Photo: Keith Mills/ Paul Felder ’s last act as Cage Fury Fighting Championships lightweight titleholder was a spinning-heel kick knockout on Saturday in the main event of CFFC 38 . Sources close to the fighter Monday told that Felder has parlayed that highlight-reel victory into a Ultimate Fighting Championship contract, as Felder is now set to face Canadian lightweight Jason Saggo at UFC Fight Night “MacDonald vs. Saffiedine.”> UFC officials announced the bout on Thursday. Felder is the latest in a long line of fighters to make the jump from CFFC to the UFC. “The Irish Dragon” holds a perfect 8-0 record, with six of those bouts coming inside the CFFC cage. Saturday’s KO win came against Craig Johnson in Atlantic City, N.J. He will head into hostile territory to meet Saggo, who is 10-1 as a lightweight. Saggo is coming off his own UFC debut at UFC 174, where he notched a first-round stoppage against Josh Shockley .

Beyond the Octagon pt. 2: UFC vets, JMMA old guard, and Rousey training partner Shafir

Further action out of California last Sunday, with UFC vet Chase Gormley squaring off with MMA iron man Tony Lopez in the co-main event of Chaos at the Casino 5. Gormley, who went 0-2 in the UFC, took the TKO victory after a knee injury prevented Lopez from continuing. Gormley, now 10-4-0 (1NC) overall, is 4-2 since he was released from the UFC in early 2010, and he's now won three in a row. Lopez's record falls to 34-15-0. He's is 2-5 since 2013.

UFC Fight Night: Hunt vs. Nelson fight card

This is a solid card for Fight Pass and quite frankly would make a very good Fox Sports 1 show. Hunt and Nelson are proven top 10 heavyweights with high potential to deliver fight-ending blows, Jury vs. Gomi is great prospect vs. veteran matchmaking. Akiyama's UFC comeback is rumored to have impregnated 7 different female species, and Kyoji Horiguchi is just a brutal wrecking ball of violence. I'd certainly get up at an ungodly hour to watch this card live.

Ex-college standouts Jordan, Saint Preux bring UFC pep to Maine football team

Although their days of competitive football are long gone, both men know what it takes to succeed in the sport. That helped them share a few words of motivation with dozens of Black Bears players and coaches prior to the team’s practice on the campus in Orono, Maine, not far from Bangor, where Saint Preux headlines Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 47. Jordan fights on the main card, as well.

UFN 47's Jussier Formiga: As with Cariaso's title shot, rankings 'not very useful'

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Newly minted WSOF featherweight champion Rick Glenn sees two paths for his immediate future in the promotion. One offers competitive satisfaction while the other might be more personal.. “They offered me Lance Palmer right away,” Glenn told MMAjunkie Radio. “I’m interested in that. Of course, I’m the type of guy that says I’ll take whatever you give me. I’m here to fight.. “I want to move on. I’ve (also) had to fight guys twice in the past that weren’t happy with me beating them. Of course, they underestimated me. I don’t look like much right now; I don’t have my helmet on.”. About a month after Glenn (15-2) took off his trademark gladiator helmet, the guy he beat for the WSOF title started chirping about his loss. Georgi Karakhanyan (23-4) went on MMAjunkie Radio to say the new champ isn’t that good and that a rib injury was partially to blame for his performance, which ended when he was unable to answer the bell for the third round.. Obviously, that’s not encouraging feedback for Glenn, who trains out of Roufusport in Milwaukee and hasn’t lost in four years and 13 fights.

Former Vol on verge of UFC breakthrough

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Talita Nogueira offered multi-fight Bellator contract

The multiple time jiu-jitsu world champion, who won her six MMA fights via stoppage, is in talks with the promotion. According to sources close to the fighter, "Treta" is expected to sign a four-fight deal in the coming days.

Ovince Saint Preux never made the NFL, but he's making a name in the UFC

Saint Preux isn’t in the NFL today, but he's still an elite professional athlete. Playing on a big stage with the Volunteers will be nothing like this -- all alone, staring across at Ryan Bader on Saturday in the main event of UFC Fight Night on FOX Sports 1 (10 p.m. ET) in Bangor, Maine. A win and the Haitian American fighter takes a big step toward a light heavyweight title shot. A loss would halt his rapid ascent in mixed martial arts.

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“I’m sticking around and having success in this latter part of my career to show these guys,” he said. “If I’m the guy who brought them into the sport and show them the way, and I’m a guy who’s never used any performance-enhancing drugs, and I’m a guy who doesn’t have a messed-up lifestyle, and I’m a guy who can have a long successful career, that’s a message that gets passed on to the guys who started with me when they were 10 or 11, to the guys who are my buddies who I brought in. It’s bigger than me.”

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“I’m training at one of the best gyms in the world with Duke Roufus and Roufusport, and my sparring partners have really elevated my game,” Held said in a release. “Even with my standup improving, my style isn’t going to change. I’m always going to look for the finish, but now I’m even more dangerous on my feet.”



Marloes Coenen talks Bellator signing and says Carano fighting Rousey at 135 would 'kill her career'

If Gina is smart she will sign with Bellator. She can fight at 145lbs, she won’t have to cut to 135lbs, it is a more normal weight for her. She had a lot of problems making 145lbs and I have fought at 135lbs and I know how bad that made me feel, so for her... I think she can show her talent better at 145lbs and I really want to fight her.

Tropical storms added to Brad Tavares' pre-UFC Fight Night 47 concerns

For Tavares, getting to the gym wasn’t an issue. He left Hawaii for Las Vegas several years ago, deciding, he says, “that that was what I needed to do for my career,” since training partners and options were both limited on the island. But with a fight against middleweight mainstay Tim Boetsch (17-7 mixed martial arts, 8-6 UFC) coming up at “UFC Fight Night 47: Bader vs. Saint Preux) on Saturday night (FOX Sports 1, 10 p.m. ET) in Bangor, Maine, Tavares (12-2 MMA, 7-2 UFC) says his thoughts were with his family back home.



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UFC Fight Night: Bader vs. St. Preux - Thiago Tavares vs. Robbie Peralta Preview and Prognostication

At 29 years of age, Thiago has long since lost that nu-car sheen, and he's clearly hoping that a change of scenery will revitalize his career. When fighters do this late in the game, it's often because they understand, whether they know it or not, that they can't contend in their current division. Which is fine. But for Tavares, the problem is that he's in the wrong trade. You simply can't get by being a grappling specialist anymore. Sure, his striking has improved. Ironically, it didn't exist at all when he was winning more. But he's never grown comfortable on the feet, and that problem will follow him at 145.

Mark Bocek says UFC’s commitment to inexperienced women fighters contributed to his decision to retire

On Monday, Mark Bocek appeared on The MMA Hour and detailed the primary reasons that he decided to step away from fighting after a successful fighting career at 32 years old. The Canadian’s timing was peculiar in that he was coming off a victory against Mike De La Torre at the TUF Nations finale in Quebec City this past April. It turns out there were many reasons -- beginning with the "rampant" problem MMA has with performance enhancing drugs -- that went into Bocek’s decision to retire. And on Monday, given the platform, the Canadian fighter was more than willing to get some things off his chest. Besides the PED epidemic, Bocek cited a fear of brain damage after years in the gym sparring and exacting a toll, as well as the UFC’s (and fan’s) disenchantment for grapplers, who are often relegated to the undercard when they don’t put on a show. Bocek, a jiu-jitsu practitioner with wrestling roots, fit the mold of his discontent. He also pointed to the dilution of the product in general, saying that there were so many UFC events these days that he couldn’t keep up. "In the end, the fans control a lot," he said.

Joseph Duffy, last to beat Conor McGregor, talks MMA comeback at Cage Warriors 70

Duffy (10-1) missed the surge, but he’s back to get his share of the glory. On Saturday at Cage Warriors 70, he meets Damien Lapilus (9-3-1) in his first MMA fight in three years. (The event takes place at The Helix in Dublin, and the main card streams live on MMAjunkie.)

UFC Fight Night: Bader vs. Saint Preux Crystal Ball Predictions

Of course, that doesn't mean Bader will win. Saint Preux is a different kind of athlete. He played high-level college football at Tennessee and has taken to MMA quite well. His skills have become quite technical and when you add in his natural speed and agility, he's a frightening matchup for just about anyone at 205. OSP's problem is that he's 31 and likely past his athletic prime, if not his technical prime. If he were 27, he would be scary -- possibly a future champ. Bader's seasoning will be a little too much here, but it'll be close.

5 Reasons to Watch: UFC Fight Night on FOX Sports 1: Bader vs. Saint Preux

This weekend marks the UFC's debut in Bangor, Maine, with a UFC Fight Night on FOX Sports 1 card headlined by top 10-ranked light heavyweights Ryan Bader and Ovince Saint Preux. The two fighters competed at UFC 174 together and with both coming out victorious, it didn't take UFC matchmakers long to put this bout together as a main event.

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