UFC 177 Embedded: Vlog Series Episode 2
On episode 2 of UFC 177 Embedded, bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw and his long-distance coach Duane "Bang" Ludwig head to the gym for a fight week train...
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The Ultimate Fighter: Tecia Torres
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Live Chat: UFC 177 preview, UFC Fight Nights recap, ONE FC preview and more
Join Luke Thomas for his Promotional Malpractice Live Chat at 1 p.m. ET. Today's topics include UFC 177, a recap of the weekend's UFC Fight Nights, ONE FC and more.
MMA Roasted UFC 177
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UFC Champ TJ Dillashaw Talks Barao Rematch, Adding New Tricks To His Game
MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant catches up with UFC Bantamweight Champ TJ Dillashaw backstage at UFC ON FOX in San Jose, CA. and hears what he has to say about d...
Bas Rutten and Alan Jouban Compare Modeling Photos and Talk Fantasy Football on "Inside MMA"
Bas Rutten and Alan Jouban debate the big topics like modeling headshots on "Inside MMA." AXS TV is Your Home for MMA every Friday Night! Find AXS TV HERE: h...
Stephan Bonnar signs with Bellator MMA
"I want everyone to know I'm coming out of retirement because it's time to free the MMA world of the virus that's known as Tito Ortiz," Bonnar said in a statement provided by Bellator. "We've been suffering through his boring fights for too many years, and it's about time that someone beats it out of him once and for all." In addition to a fighting contract, sources close to the promotion told MMAFighting.com that there is also a chance Bonnar could do some broadcasting work for Bellator on Spike TV. "Stephan is a guy that has been a huge part of this sport and we are excited have him part of the roster," Bellator President Scott Coker said in a statement provided by the organization. "He was one half of probably the greatest and one of the most important fights in MMA history, and it happened on Spike. When you look at our light heavyweight division, with names like Rampage, Tito, King Mo, Emanuel Newton and others, there are a lot of fights Stephan can be involved in. Big fights against big names. After talking to Stephan, I know that’s what he wants, and we want to provide that to our fans.
Countdown to UFC 177: Dillashaw vs Barao
Bantamweight king T.J. Dillashaw will look to repeat his stellar performance against long-unbeaten former champion Renan Barao, who the Californian upset in style this May – but the Brazilian has plans of his own.
Jose Aldo admits he shoved Chad Mendes to promote UFC 179
"I’ve never pushed anyone during a staredown before," he said. "I should behave better. I'm not saying I regret it. We did it, it was good. There was a good thing about it that people are now talking about it, but it’s not who I am. It won’t happen again."
UFC Fight Night 49 'Fight Motion' video of five main-card stoppages
Check out the “Fight Motion” super-slow-motion highlights, including five stoppages on the main card, from this past weekend’s UFC Fight Night 49 event.
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College Students Create Nail Polish That Changes Colors When Exposed To Date Rape Drugs
Four male students at North Carolina State University are attempting to put an end to date rape with their own hands. More accurately, they’re ending it with the hands of their friends, girlfriends and female supporters.
Sherdog.com: UFC, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) News, Results, Fighting
Sherdog.com reports from the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, Calif., at approximately 7:30 p.m. ET Saturday night with live UFC 177 results and play-by-play.
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JISSN | Full text | Creatine monohydrate supplementation on lower-limb muscle power in Brazilian elite soccer players
This was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled parallel-group study. Brazilian
professional elite soccer players participated in this study. During the pre-season
(7 weeks), all the subjects underwent a standardized physical and specific soccer
training. Prior to and after either creatine monohydrate or placebo supplementation,
the lower-limb muscle power was measured by countermovement jump performance. The
Jumping performance was compared between groups at baseline (p = 0.99). After the
intervention, jumping performance was lower in the placebo group (percent change = -
0.7%; ES = - 0.3) than in the creatine group (percent change = + 2.4%; ES = + 0.1),
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'The Ultimate Fighter': Meet contestant Alex Chambers
"We've been told that the craziness is coming, but it's going to be a good season," said Chambers, 4-1, who has already been in town to get acclimated to the time difference and -- most importantly -- the Vegas heat. "I had the chance to hang out with some of the girls when we were there for tryout week, and there are some really good personalities there and we're all quite friendly with each other, but I know that this is a serious thing, and once we get into the house, it's on. Everyone wants that belt."
Autism and The CDC: Now What?
From the Autism Action Network's John Gilmore, "For those of you who haven’t heard the news, William W. Thompson, Ph. D., a senior research scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has provided information to several sources alleging that he and his colleagues, who are all senior people at the CDC, altered a 2004 study to cover-up the finding that African-American male toddlers who received the Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) shot under the age of 36 months had 340% more autism than those who got the MMR older than 36 months. The alteration to the study was allegedly done to hide the relationship between the MMR and autism. Even after the alleged deception, the study still showed that children who received the MMR at a younger age had a higher autism rate than those who received it later in life. Yet the study was marketed as showing no affect. "
Submission of the Week: TJ Dillashaw vs. Vaughan Lee
TJ Dillashaw suffered an early KO against John Dodson in the TUF 14 finale. But the Team Alpha Male fighter was persistent, reeling off four straight wins, three by KO or submission. Check out the second win in that streak, a submission of Vaughan Lee.
Morning Report: Matt Brown responds to Tyron Woodley's callout, would rather fight Carlos Condit
"Strategy is whatever," said Brown. "I don't give a f**k. I don't see the fans anticipating a war [with Woodley]. I don't anticipate anything in a fight. A lot of them are probably going to expect [Woodley] to knock me out real quick or he's going to take me down, grind me out real quick, or that I'm going to slowly beat him up and that it'd be a good war. Those are three basic options for Woodley where I think Condit you have, most likely, no matter how this fight goes, we're f**king each other up. We're going to be bloody and beat up at the end."
Scientists find secret of reversing bad memories - Telegraph
Bad memories could be reversed after scientists discovered the part of the
brain which links emotions to past events
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UFC Fighter Luke Rockhold -- I'm Sorry For Cupping Tiger Testicles
Tiger parks may be popular in Thailand, but that doesn't make them right. Even the tamest of tiger is dangerous. Their strong jaws and large, sharp teeth and claws can tear flesh, shred arteries, and crush bones. You never know what they're thinking, and the slightest wrong move could be interpreted badly by the tiger, and you could lose a body part or even your life, because it can happen too quickly for you to escape.
USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie rankings, Aug. 26: Tyron Woodley takes a leap
To the best of our ability, fighters will be ranked in their primary weight class. Catchweight fights and bouts outside the fighter's primary weight class can have a positive or negative impact on the ranking. However, fighters can be ranked in only one weight class at a given time, and in most cases, they won't be ranked in a new weight class until they've had their first fight at that weight.
Fighters and Managers Express Growing Frustration with The World Series of Fighting
As far as fighters agreeing to fight for less money, when we have a budget - as all companies must have - and we tell a fighter they are not scheduled on a card and must wait until a future event as the card is full and budget is met, certain fighters have agreed and asked to fight anyway, even if it's for less money, and we have accommodated these requests. For this to happen, a fighter must sign an amendment to his agreement. Fighters always have the option to wait, or if World Series of Fighting has not given a fighter a fight in the time specified in their agreement, then the fighter may cancel the agreement and go compete for another promotion.
Dana White apologizes for overstepping bounds with judge in Macau, says he was given some ‘misinformation’
"It is no secret how fired up I get when there's bad judging. But I have to apologize to judge Hughes," White said in his media scrum. "I did get some misinformation. He didn't score the second fight 30-27 for the fighter from China [ Yao Zhikui vs Royston Wee ].
Andre Fili out, Chas Skelly meets Sean Soriano at UFC Fight Night 50
Skelly picked up his first UFC win just three days ago at UFC Fight Night 49 in Tulsa. The 29-year-old Texan tapped out Finland’s Tom Niinimaki in the first round with a rear-naked choke. That got him back in the win column after he suffered a majority decision loss in his UFC debut against Mirsad Bektic in April – the first loss of his pro career.
Three of Boxing’s Four Largest Organizations to Implement use of Instant Replay
Following annual meetings in June, it has been confirmed that
instant replay will be used in world championship fights and any
other affiliated championship of the World Boxing Council, World
Boxing Association and the International Boxing Federation
The WBC has been utilizing video playback for the last eight years,
creating pressure on the other major players to institute the same
measures for bouts under its governance. The World Boxing
Organization has yet to agree to instant replay, making it the lone
body to not agree to the technology.
Going forward, each organization will use instant replay at its
discretion and will secure an agreement with the corresponding
local boxing commission where the event takes place.
The following is the protocol for how and when instant replay may
1. The boxing organization, in conjunction with the local
commission, will appoint a panel in charge of instant replay. The
panel will consist of the supervisor, the local commission
supervisor, and the specifically appointed monitor supervisor.
ONE FC 19's Herbert Burns had to move to Singapore to find a willing opponent
“It’s a different crowd,” he said. “In the United States, many fans come from a boxing culture. In Asia, there are many ground arts since jiu-jitsu originated in Japan. Many arts with a gi tend to be more technical. American fans are often drinking and screaming. In Asia, they tend to be quiet, appreciating the nuances of the fight. They’re more patient and seem to enjoy grappling more. And in Asia, the judging rules tend to favor a grappler who comes close to submitting his opponent.”
Glover Teixeira: 'If I let this fight go to the judges, Phil Davis can have the victory'
"I didn't understand his complaint. That decision (at UFC 163) was controversial, but I thought that Lyoto won the fight and Phil's arm was the one raised in Rio. I told him that, if I let this fight to the judges, he can have the victory. I'll finish this earlier. You can tell him to buy a lottery ticket because he will only beat me by lucky."
UFC middleweight Luke Rockhold receives backlash after he posts pic of himself grabbing a tiger's testicles
Luke Rockhold could get into hot water with animal rights groups after he posted a picture of himself on Instagram grabbing a tiger's nether regions.
Exclusive: 3e agrees free-to-air partnership with UFC
In the build-up to July's UFC Fight Night Dublin event Garry Cook, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of UFC Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said: “The popularity of the UFC in Ireland continues to grow at an enormous rate. We are confident that this is only the beginning of things to come for our sport in Ireland.”
Annalisa Bucci is Latest Bellator Signee for Rekindled Women's Division | MMAWeekly.com
Known for her kickboxing and Muay Thai skills, Bucci has become synonymous for pushing the pace and keeping her opponents on their heels, and is simply known as “No Fear” within MMA circles. When she steps in the Bellator cage, it will mark her first competition in the United States.
UFC 177: Dillashaw vs. Barao II - The Idiot's Guide to the Fox Sports 1 Preliminary Card
In a way this feels like a decent fight for Cejudo. Scott isn't super dynamic, so I don't think Cejudo has to worry about flying armbars and jumping roundhouse kicks. Even though Cejudo has six fights on his pro record, he's only been active for a year. And like any newly minted specialist turned mixed martial artist, there's always something that needs fine tuning. I would argue that Henry has a lot of things figured out. He uses his wrestling to feint more than simply attempt arbitrary double legs and singles. He doesn't wrestle out of desperation. Instead he keeps his body moving. Even when he's not being offensive, he's never inert. For an inexperienced fighter like him, that's a big deal in my opinion.
Video: A look at the new Bellator ahead of Sept. 5's Season 11 debut
With a new president and some clear changes ahead of its Season 11 debut, Bellator MMA today released a video promoting the season-opening Bellator 123 event.
NEWS - WSOF Champ Rick Glenn Reveals Reason For 2013 Absence, Talks First Title Defense | WSOF World Series of Fighting MMA
Pushing through long odds has to get old. It’s a great story for everyone else, but for the person actually doing it, the struggle to succeed in a driving headwind is not a feel-good narrative. It’s decidedly feel-bad, actually.
But if you can get up on top of that headwind for even a second, well, that’s got to be pretty doggone sweet.
The most tumultuous stretch of Rick Glenn’s career—maybe his entire life—began late last fall when, barely a month away from the date, he announced he would not take part in a December featherweight title fight with champion Georgi Karakhanyan at World Series of Fighting 7.
Glenn (15-2) had never backed out of a fight and for the most part had avoided significant injuries. Since 2010, the 25-year-old had never fought less than twice in a single year and had twice competed four times before the calendar flipped. Given that a belt was on the line, it seemed the stoic Glenn would have limped to the cage with one foot in a bear trap if need be.
So why the withdrawal? Personal reasons, WSOF officials said. For almost a year, Glenn and everyone else left it at that.
UFC 177 pre-fight facts: Cejudo becomes UFC’s third Olympic gold medalist
Dillashaw (10-2 MMA, 8-2 UFC) battered Barao (32-2 MMA, 7-1 UFC) for more than four rounds before scoring a fifth-round TKO at UFC 173. The rematch takes place a little more than three months later, and the Brazilian is coming for redemption.
Mayweather-Maidana 2 will Start an Hour Earlier than Traditional Boxing Pay-Per-Views
The highly anticipated rematch pitting Floyd Mayweather Jr. against
Marcos Maidana will start an hour earlier than the norm when it
comes to boxing pay-per-views.
In a move that is likely geared towards appealing to casual fans of
boxing, instead of the traditional 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT timeslot,
the Sept. 13 event will begin at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
The earlier start time is another step being taken to improve the
television viewer’s experience for live boxing events. While those
in town for the card in Las Vegas may scoff at the news, purchasers
of the event in the Eastern and Central time zones, which make up
nearly 80 percent of the U.S. population, won’t be forced to stay
up as late as usual in order to witness the conclusion of the
“Pay-per-view boxing events have changed, and we think it’s time
the scheduling changed too,” said Stephen Espinoza, executive vice
president of Showtime Sports via press release. “Along with our
partners at Mayweather Promotions and Golden Boy Promotions, we
have been presenting compelling four-fight cards with multiple
12-round world championship bouts.
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Rory MacDonald: At welterweight, 'I'm going to be holding that belt for a long time'
"No, I had a bad camp. My focus wasn't in it," MacDonald admits. "If you're not focused at the top level of this sport, these guys are going to make you pay. I was just training the way I was comfortable with. I wasn't really pushing myself. It was my fault. At the end of the day, I didn't work hard enough. Robbie came out and he had a good fight, we had a close fight. I really believe that when I rematch him, it's going to be another great fight, but I'm going to come out on top."
Matt Brown not cleared to spar for four weeks, would prefer Condit bout to Woodley
"I don't see the fans anticipating a war [with Woodley]. I don't anticipate anything in a fight. A lot of them are probably going to expect [Woodley] to knock me out real quick or he's going to take me down, grind me out real quick, or that I'm going to slowly beat him up and that it'd be a good war. Those are three basic options for Woodley where I think Condit you have, most likely, no matter how this fight goes, we're f**king each other up. We're going to be bloody and beat up at the end."
Renan Barao: 'My main goal is to get back the belt - my belt'
It would be very easy to question Barao's mental state going into this rematch because before his first fight with Dillashaw he was the belle of the ball. He was the bantamweight champion who hadn't lost a fight in nearly a decade and that accounted for more than 30 bouts with many of those taking place in the UFC or WEC. On Saturday night, Barao will walk into the arena as the challenger and someone fans and media alike might be wondering if he has even had time to recover from the drubbing he received from Dillashaw three months ago.
Is it too late for a Roger Huerta comeback? Better to ask if he truly wants one
This was June 2012, Kuala Lumpur’s Stadium Negara, and Huerta was about to find out the hard way what happens to people who step into the cage when their hearts aren’t it. Moreira took a slow step back, resting his right hand almost tenderly on a downed Huerta’s back, then took full advantage of the ONE FC rules with a soccer kick that seemed to lift Huerta off the canvas before settling him back down, where he rolled onto his back like a dead man.
Video: Meet the ladies of 'The Ultimate Fighter 20' cast
The first all-female season of “The Ultimate Fighter” debuts Sept. 10 on FOX Sports 1. Meet the 16 ladies who will compete on “TUF 20″ and vie for the UFC’s inaugural women’s strawweight title.
Jeremy Botter Joins Press Row
Every Wednesday, Administrative Editor Jordan Breen welcomes a member
of the mixed martial arts media into “Press Row” on the Sherdog.com
blog. This week, Breen is joined by Bleacher Report's Jeremy Botter .
Following the well-publicized ejection of judge Howard
Hughes during the UFC's
“Bisping vs. Le” card in Macau , Breen and Botter discuss Dana
White's controversial decision and the future of the UFC's
self-regulation. The two break down why White's decision to axe
Hughes made no sense in the first place, how the presence of Marc
Ratner would have likely resulted in a different outcome, Hughes'
tarnished reputation and future as a judge, as well as how drug
testing factors into the UFC's self-regulation.
Breen and Botter also investigate the curious cases of notable
judges Sal D'Amato and Douglas Crosby, Marc Ratner's love of
scarves and soccer, how and why Cecil Peoples became a regulatory
scapegoat and offer reflections on the Michael
Bisping - Matt Hamill
Grab your credential and get a seat in “Press Row.”
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Study shows curcuminoids/piperine combo reduces knee osteoarthritis symptoms
The randomized, placebo-controlled trial enrolled 40 subjects with mild to moderate knee osteoarthritis. The 19-member curcuminoids group received 1500 mg of the curcuminoids/piperine treatment in three daily doses, while the 21-member control group got a matched placebo. Measures of OA impairment used in the study were Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index (WOMAC), visual analogue scale (VAS) and Lequesne's pain functional index (LPFI). The test group showed statistically significant improvement in all scores, with the exception of the stiffness portion of the WOMAC score. No adverse effects were observed among the curcumin group.
Echoes of Tokyo in 1990: Appreciating T.J. Dillashaw's upset of Renan Barao
Earlier this year, a stunning thing happened in the UFC cage and MMA fans haven't really spoken of it with the reverence it deserves. Outside of the UFC promotional machine, T.J. Dillashaw was seen as little more than a warm body for the supremely talented Renan Barao to toy with and dismantle in front of a disappointingly small pay-per-view audience when the two faced off at UFC 173. Dillashaw not only upset the apple cart, but did so in a shockingly dominant way.