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Lion Fight 17 Results: Kickboxing Play-by-Play & Updates

Rami Ibrahim vs. Carlos Lopez Round 1 This super lightweight contest is underway. Both men are throwing numerous leg kicks. Lopez is leading with a push kick to the knee of Ibrahim, the Palestinian fighter has yet to land much of anything early in the fight. Lopez throws a head kick that is blocked. Lopez with a right hook that scores. Ibrahim lands his first significant strike: it comes in the form of an overhand right, but it’s countered with an elbow from Lopez. Ibrahim throws a kick that is deemed below the belt and Lopez is given time from referee Thomas Sconzo to recoup. Lopez catches a kick from Ibrahim and throws a body kick that gets a rise out of the crowd. They return to their corners. Ibrahim puts his hands above his head in celebration. Sherdog Scores C.J. Tuttle scores the round 10-9 Lopez Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Ibrahim Round 2 Big cut on the right shin of Lopez. Ibrahim gets caught with an elbow from Lopez, who then trips his opponent. When the fight resumes, Lopez continues walking forward while throwing tons of elbows. Lopez gets another throw to emphatically conclude the flurry.

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Official Website of Arianny Celeste Arianny Celeste is a model, UFC Octagon Girl and Co-Host of Overhaulin' . She has appeared on the cover of Playboy, Maxim (US, Philippines and Korea), FHM, UFC Magazine and many fitness magazines ... Read more about Arianny

Imagining an MMA Hall of Fame: The Inaugural Class - The Inaugural Class

Editor’s note: This is the first installment in a five-part series examining the possibilities involved with a true MMA Hall of Fame. With Pat Miletich ’s induction into the Ultimate Fighting Championship Hall of Fame over UFC 175 weekend, the organization increased the size of its hall to 12 members. The group is an impressive one, featuring some of the best fighters of all-time. However, it also has its share of notable omissions that are difficult to reconcile with some of the names that have been enshrined. The UFC, to its credit, has framed its hall as a celebration of figures important to the development of modern Ultimate Fighting Championship rather than a catalog of MMA’s most iconic stars. However, that still leaves room for a proper MMA Hall of Fame with official voting and an eye on the broader sport. MMA has moved into the range of development in which other sports established formal halls of fame. The NBA was founded in 1946, and the Basketball Hall of Fame started in 1959; the NHL was founded in 1917, with the Hockey Hall of Fame beginning in 1943; the NFL began in 1920, with the Pro Football Hall of Fame established in 1963; and MLB’s modern World Series started in 1903, with the National Baseball Hall of Fame coming along in 1936.

Kickboxing News: Strikeforce Veteran Malaipet Outlasts Greskiewicz at Lion Fight 17

Malaipet Sasiprapa won’t be hanging up his gloves any time soon. Threatening retirement should he drop his third in a row at Lion Fight 17, Malaipet offered up everything he could muster in a dominant unanimous decision win against Ring of Combat veteran Justin Greskiewicz at the Foxwoods Resort & Casino in Ledyard, Conn. Malaipet got started early. Greskiewicz opened the match extremely aggressive and paid dearly for it as the Thai slipped a lazily-thrown punching combination and uncorked a flawless counter right hook that had one-punch knockout written all over it. With the celebrating former champion stretching out his arms in the victory pose, the fallen fighter surprised most -- if not all -- in attendance by peeling himself quickly off of the canvas. Greskiewicz rose and was awarded with body abuse from the shins of his opponent that turned both sides of his ribs as purple as a Minnesota Vikings jersey. It did not get much better through the next nine-plus minutes as Malaipet buried his powerful legs into his competitor’s frame. Greskiewicz did have his moments later on in the contest as his man tired, but was never able to capitalize with any real seizure of momentum.

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Trailblazing 'RFA 17: Cochrane vs. Giagos' event set for Aug. 22 in South Dakota

“I’m pleased to announce that the RFA will be bringing two exciting title fights to South Dakota for its first sanctioned MMA event,” Soares stated. “Dakota Cochrane and Christos Giagos will compete for the inaugural RFA lightweight title, while Mark Dickman and Justin Lawrence will meet for the vacant featherweight title. These are four more faces that fight fans in ‘The Mount Rushmore State’ will always remember.”

Bloody Mess for July - A look at some overlooked stories from a busy month in MMA

If you think keeping up with just the MMA events held by the UFC, Bellator, WSOF, Invicta FC, One FC, and others can prove too much to follow, try keeping up with all the mixed martial arts related news. To help those that don't want to spend their hours perusing the web, here is a roundup of the stories that most MMA media sites seemed to have missed.