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1 UFC Fight Night 114 play-by-play and live results

Round 1 – Bladimir Puga looks in on our second fight of the night. Morales, with Urijah Faber and Danny Castillo in his corner, goes to the outside. Sanchez takes the center, then looks for a takedown 25 seconds in and gets it along the fence. He tries to pass to side control while Morales threatens with a guillotine and front headlock. He can’t hold it, and gets to full guard after trying to explode out. Sanchez tries to figure out an opening from up top. Morales does a good job playing defense and shows a lot of flexibility on his back. Sanchez tries to get some elbows off, then punches to the body. Just past the halfway mark in the round, Morales gets back to his feet nicely – and he immediately makes Sanchez pay. He drills him with a left hand, then a huge right to the temple, and Sanchez is on the canvas. Morales follows him down and starts beating him up. Sanchez survives somehow, but Morales takes his back and goes after a rear-naked choke. He’s got lots of time to work with it – and he gets it. It’s a spectacular rally for Morales, the Team Alpha Male prospect who got his shot in the UFC off Dana White’s Contender Series.

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Round 1 – Bladimir Puga looks in on our second fight of the night. Morales, with Urijah Faber and Danny Castillo in his corner, goes to the outside. Sanchez takes the center, then looks for a takedown 25 seconds in and gets it along the fence. He tries to pass to side control while Morales threatens with a guillotine and front headlock. He can’t hold it, and gets to full guard after trying to explode out. Sanchez tries to figure out an opening from up top. Morales does a good job playing defense and shows a lot of flexibility on his back. Sanchez tries to get some elbows off, then punches to the body. Just past the halfway mark in the round, Morales gets back to his feet nicely – and he immediately makes Sanchez pay. He drills him with a left hand, then a huge right to the temple, and Sanchez is on the canvas. Morales follows him down and starts beating him up. Sanchez survives somehow, but Morales takes his back and goes after a rear-naked choke. He’s got lots of time to work with it – and he gets it. It’s a spectacular rally for Morales, the Team Alpha Male prospect who got his shot in the UFC off Dana White’s Contender Series.

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UFC Fight Night 114 - Pettis vs. Moreno

By: Jordan Breen The UFC's return to Mexico now has two new, undefeated prospects in tow, as the promotion has added a flyweight contest between 8-0 Joseph Morales and 7-0 Roberto Sanchez to its...

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Floyd Mayweather suggests he'll make more than $300 million for Conor McGregor fight

In a snippet of Friday’s second episode of Showtime’s “All Access” series for Mayweather vs. McGregor, “Money” suggests he’ll make upwards of $300 million for the bout, which takes place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas for a high-definition pay-per-view price of $99.95 in North America.

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7 UFC Fight Night 114 play-by-play and live results

Round 1 – Bladimir Puga looks in on our second fight of the night. Morales, with Urijah Faber and Danny Castillo in his corner, goes to the outside. Sanchez takes the center, then looks for a takedown 25 seconds in and gets it along the fence. He tries to pass to side control while Morales threatens with a guillotine and front headlock. He can’t hold it, and gets to full guard after trying to explode out. Sanchez tries to figure out an opening from up top. Morales does a good job playing defense and shows a lot of flexibility on his back. Sanchez tries to get some elbows off, then punches to the body. Just past the halfway mark in the round, Morales gets back to his feet nicely – and he immediately makes Sanchez pay. He drills him with a left hand, then a huge right to the temple, and Sanchez is on the canvas. Morales follows him down and starts beating him up. Sanchez survives somehow, but Morales takes his back and goes after a rear-naked choke. He’s got lots of time to work with it – and he gets it. It’s a spectacular rally for Morales, the Team Alpha Male prospect who got his shot in the UFC off Dana White’s Contender Series.

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UFC Fight Night 114 video highlights: Humberto Bandenay vs. Martin Bravo

A head kick from Bandenay (14-4 MMA, 1-0 UFC) knocked Bravo (11-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC) out cold in the opening minute of the fight, giving Bravo his first professional loss in a violent upset finish.

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UFC Fight Night 114 Results: Niko Price TKO's Alan Jouban (VIDEO) | BJPenn.com

Round one begins and Jouban lands a low kick. Price circles and then charges in with a combination that ends with a good right hand. Alan circles to his left and then fires off a low kick. He misses with a left hook and Price tags him with a right. Both men are trying to find their range early on. Jouban fires off a hard low kick. Price counters with a big right hand that sends Alan staggering backwards. Price with a head kick that puts Jouban down. Niko rushes in with a right hand. Jouban rolls and give up his back. More shots from Price. The referee steps in and stops the bout. That looked like an early stoppage.

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Champ Michael Bisping says Georges St-Pierre title bout official for UFC 217 in NYC

“This is actually the third time I’ve been offered this fight, so the ship’s sailed twice,” Bisping said. “On this occasion, on the third occasion, it set off sailing but did a U-turn and it pulled up at New York City. I’ve got a chirpy little Englishman who’s going to fight Georges St-Pierre, Madison Square Garden, Nov. 4. It is official. Do not miss it. We’re taking over.”

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This Month’s MMA Birthdays: Joanna Jedrzejczyk Turns 30

Joanna Jedrzejczyk has laid waste to an entire division in three short years, and she shows no signs of slowing down. The Polish powerhouse will celebrate her 30th birthday on Aug. 18. Jedrzejczyk arrived on the Ultimate Fighting Championship scene as an undefeated but unproven prospect in July 2014 and went on an absolute tear at 115 pounds. After victories over Juliana Lima and Claudia Gadelha made her the No. 1 contender, she captured the women’s strawweight championship with a brutal beatdown of Carla Esparza at UFC 185. Jedrzejczyk has only tightened her grip on the throne since, as she emerged as the top pound-for-pound fighter in women’s MMA. Now operating out of American Top Team in Coconut Creek, Florida, “Joanna Champion” has successfully defended the 115-pound title on five occasions, besting Gadelha in their rematch, Jessica Penna, Valerie Letourneau , Karolina Kowalkiewicz and Jessica Andrade . In those five appearances, Jedrzejczyk has outlanded the opposition by an eye-popping 994-406 margin, per FightMetric.

12 UFC Fight Night 114 play-by-play and live results

Round 1 – Bladimir Puga looks in on our second fight of the night. Morales, with Urijah Faber and Danny Castillo in his corner, goes to the outside. Sanchez takes the center, then looks for a takedown 25 seconds in and gets it along the fence. He tries to pass to side control while Morales threatens with a guillotine and front headlock. He can’t hold it, and gets to full guard after trying to explode out. Sanchez tries to figure out an opening from up top. Morales does a good job playing defense and shows a lot of flexibility on his back. Sanchez tries to get some elbows off, then punches to the body. Just past the halfway mark in the round, Morales gets back to his feet nicely – and he immediately makes Sanchez pay. He drills him with a left hand, then a huge right to the temple, and Sanchez is on the canvas. Morales follows him down and starts beating him up. Sanchez survives somehow, but Morales takes his back and goes after a rear-naked choke. He’s got lots of time to work with it – and he gets it. It’s a spectacular rally for Morales, the Team Alpha Male prospect who got his shot in the UFC off Dana White’s Contender Series.

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Sherdog’s Top 10: August Tussles Worth Watching - Kunitskaya vs. Pa'aluhi

In an effort to bring more attention to the global stage of mixed martial arts, this list does not focus on major North American-based promotions like the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Bellator MMA and the Professional Fighters League. The void left by the departure of Tonya Evinger will soon be filled. Yana Kunitskaya will take on Raquel Pa'aluhi for the vacant Invicta Fighting Championships bantamweight title in the Invicta 25 headliner on Aug. 31 at the Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino in Lemoore, California. The event will stream to UFC Fight Pass in its entirety at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, with the winner replacing the UFC-contracted Evinger on the 135-pound throne. Kunitskaya was briefly in possession of the Invicta bantamweight championship, but a November submission victory against Evinger was overturned due to an officiating error. The 27-year-old Russian lost the rematch four months later, as she succumbed to a second-round rear-naked choke. An accomplished muay Thai practitioner and taekwondo stylist, Kunitskaya started her professional career with eight wins in her first nine appearances -- a run that included a 34-second stoppage of Cindy Dandois in 2010.

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WME-IMG to Land $1.1 Billion Investment

WME-IMG is in final negotiations to land a major $1.1 billion infusion led by a Canadian pension plan fund and a Singaporean wealth fund, an individual with knowledge of the investment told TheWrap.

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5 Things You Might Not Know About Rashad Evans

Rashad Evans could be nearing his last hurrah. The former Ultimate Fighting Championship light heavyweight titleholder will carry a career-worst three-fight losing streak into his three-round clash with Sam Alvey on the UFC Fight Night 114 main card this Saturday at Mexico City Arena in Mexico City. Their encounter serves as one of the appetizers to the Sergio Pettis - Brandon Moreno headliner. Evans has suffered back-to-back-to-back defeats to Ryan Bader , Glover Teixeira and Daniel Kelly since returning from recurring knee injuries in 2015. Now training out of Henri Hooft’s Combat Club, the 37-year-old Niagara Falls, New York, native’s resume includes victories over Dan Henderson , Phil Davis , Chael Sonnen and Thiago Silva , along with wins over five current or former UFC champions: Tito Ortiz , Quinton Jackson , Forrest Griffin , Chuck Liddell and Michael Bisping . Evans burst on the scene at the age of 26 in 2005, when he won Season 2 of “The Ultimate Fighter” reality series. As he approaches his high-stakes battle with the knockout-minded Alvey, here are five things you might not know about Evans: 1.

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Bellator MMA Announces Monster Energy NASCAR Event Aug. 19

On the heels of its successful event in conjunction with Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star race, Bellator MMA announced its next event in the series. Bellator revealed on Wednesday that it will host an afternoon event on Aug. 19, prior to the NASCAR race at Bristol Motor Speedway. The Bellator event will take place at Earhart Campground, in Bristol, Tenn., and will be headlined by a welterweight showdown between prospects Willis Ben Sergent and Brandon Bell . "Bellator's partnership with Monster Energy has opened the door for many new and exciting opportunities," Bellator President Scott Coker said. “The Monster Energy Bellator MMA Fight Series allows us to share our brand of entertainment with an entirely different fan base. Following the success and feedback of the first event in May, we are thrilled to work together with Hans Molenkamp, Aaron Quesada and the entire Monster Energy team again to bring Bellator MMA action to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in Bristol." Rounding out the card will be a lightweight battle between Nick Gehrts and Ken Beverly ; Damir Ferhatbegovic versus Jonathan Pearce ; and an amateur featherweight bout between Ahva Mayi and Preston Schick .

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The Bottom Line: Don’t Stop the Interviews

Editor’s note: The views and opinions expressed below are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Sherdog.com, its affiliates and sponsors or its parent company, Evolve Media. * * * At some point in the last year, Joe Rogan decided it was wrong to interview fighters after they suffer knockout losses. The topic was never really debated internally or externally; many around the sport simply accepted this as a new rule despite the fact that main event UFC fighters have been getting interviewed after knockout losses for well over a decade and it pretty much always ends up a positive moment for the losing fighter. The idea not to do it anymore obviously came from a well-intentioned place, so it quickly gained traction. Rogan broke his new rule at UFC 214 on Saturday. He asked Daniel Cormier about his loss to Jon Jones after it happened. It produced a piece of poignant human drama that fans will remember for years to come. Rogan, of course, proceeded to profusely apologize for doing so, and the finger pointing quickly ensued.

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Sherdog’s Official Mixed Martial Arts Rankings - Bones Back on the Throne

Whether he keeps his nose clean and reigns as a pound-for-pound king remains to be seen, but for now, Jon Jones is back and he is top light heavyweight on the planet. Jones spent 15 months out of the cage and eight months out of our official rankings after his positive tests for clomiphene and letrozole prior to his slated rematch with Daniel Cormier at UFC 200 . Just over a year after news of Jones' test failure broke, he returned to action at Volkan Oezdemir was. Oezdemir is 3-0 in the Octagon after he flattened British banger Jimi Manuwa in just 42 seconds. With the victory, “No Time” jumps from No. 7 to our top five at 205 pounds. Many of the UFC 214 particulars, even those in title fights, simply held down their positions. Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino now has a UFC title belt, but she was already the 145-pound queen of the world. Tyron Woodley is still on top at 170 pounds and Robbie Lawler is still the No. 2 welterweight in the world, while the likes of No. 3 Demian Maia and No. 10 Donald Cerrone stay put despite their defeats.

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Julian Marquez, Brandon Davis Earn UFC Contracts on Dana White’s Contender Series

What a KNOCKOUT!! Can't wait to hear the SnoopCast for this one! https://t.co/oRMUedHNHh pic.twitter.com/EVsjZKC4u2 — UFC Europe (@UFCEurope) August 2, 2017 Julian Marquez put foot to face for one of the year’s most brutal knockouts. The Syndicate MMA middleweight cut down Phil Hawes with a savage second-round head kick in the fourth installment of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series at the UFC Training Center in Las Vegas. An unconscious Hawes (4-2) hit the deck 2:20 into Round 2 and remained there for several tense moments. Marquez (6-1) surrendered a pair of takedowns in the first round but avoided any significant danger, even as his opponent twice advanced to his back. Early in the second round, he clipped Hawes with a volley of power punches, pancaked into top position and dropped elbows in half guard. Once the Jackson-Wink MMA rep escaped to his feet, Marquez greeted him with clubbing rights and lefts. Hawes pulled guard in a last act of desperation. As he attempted to return to an upright position, Marquez drilled him with the fight-ending head kick.

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UFC Fight Night 114 Bonuses: Ortiz, Morales, Bandenay, Price Pocket $50K

With UFC Fight Night 114 “Pettis vs. Moreno” tying a modern-era record with seven first-round stoppages, it likely was a difficult choice for the promotional brass to narrow the post-fight bonuses to just four fighters. The Ultimate Fighting Championship opted not to award a battle with the “Fight of the Night” honors and instead handed out the bonus money to four fighters who all earned the coveted “Performance of the Night” award. Dustin Ortiz blew away Hector Sandoval in just 15 seconds, which was the fastest finish in UFC flyweight history. Sandoval charged right at Ortiz, who countered with a blistering right-left to the noggin, dropping his foe. Sandoval had no chance of surviving as Ortiz pounded on him with hammerfists until he was yanked away by the ref. Joseph Morales struggled early against fellow flyweight Roberto Sanchez , but he rallied once he got the fight back to the feet. From there, Morales sent shockwaves throughout Sanchez’ nervous system with a right to the temple and then latched onto his back. Moments later, Sanchez was tapping out to a textbook rear-naked choke.

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Glover Teixeira vs. Misha Cirkunov set for UFC Fight Night in Sao Paulo on Oct. 28

UFC Fight Night 114 winner Humberto Bandenay had to choose between going back to Peru to visit his now-deceased father or pursuing their mutual dream: ” He’s my No. 1 fan and this victory is for him.”

25 UFC Fight Night 114 play-by-play and live results

Round 1 – Bladimir Puga looks in on our second fight of the night. Morales, with Urijah Faber and Danny Castillo in his corner, goes to the outside. Sanchez takes the center, then looks for a takedown 25 seconds in and gets it along the fence. He tries to pass to side control while Morales threatens with a guillotine and front headlock. He can’t hold it, and gets to full guard after trying to explode out. Sanchez tries to figure out an opening from up top. Morales does a good job playing defense and shows a lot of flexibility on his back. Sanchez tries to get some elbows off, then punches to the body. Just past the halfway mark in the round, Morales gets back to his feet nicely – and he immediately makes Sanchez pay. He drills him with a left hand, then a huge right to the temple, and Sanchez is on the canvas. Morales follows him down and starts beating him up. Sanchez survives somehow, but Morales takes his back and goes after a rear-naked choke. He’s got lots of time to work with it – and he gets it. It’s a spectacular rally for Morales, the Team Alpha Male prospect who got his shot in the UFC off Dana White’s Contender Series.

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Jason Knight explains how Ricardo Lamas' dad helped him deal with UFC 214 loss

“For me, this loss is nothing. I lost to the No. 3 guy in the world (in the UFC rankings). I’m No. 15. And I’m just now getting started. He’s close to the end of his run. And I’m going to bounce back so much stronger, man.”

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Cindy Dandois says she's been released from UFC roster after 1 fight

#fighting for the #UFC… 👏🏻 a #dream that came true. I would've done Anything to be able To do that. I think I prooved trough the years that I am a #legit 145 lbs #featherweight #fighter. I have #notable wins over the best… when that #featherweightdivision opened I was Thrilled. The main Reason why I wanted To fight in the @ufc was because I dreamed of fighting the best… in my eyes that is @criscyborg … I begged for years To Get that fight. When #criscyborg got signed I knew if I wanted that fight I had To be in the same Organisation. I did everything I had in my power To make it there. Even if I had To fight at bantamweight for a while because everything was blocked in my own division… as long as I was active, And had fights I had in my mind Every step would bring me closer To fighting my idol. 👍🏻 Today I realise I Will never Get that chance. the UFC doesnt seem To be interested in ever giving me that fight. It pains my heart But I guess I Will have To let that dream go. What I learned in time was that if one door closes, another one opens. I am on a #mission To Find myself again and I hope To have a New #home Soon where I can be myself And be an Active fighter at a Healthy weight… I still want To Thank the UFC, To @danawhite , @seanshelby, @ufcfightpass for granting me te honour To represent my country in their #octagon… To allow me To fly To #neverland even though it was only once And to be the first #Belgian #female #UFCfighter.

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A former pro boxer who's beaten Conor McGregor, Joseph Duffy has unique insight on May-Mac

“The standard isn’t high enough for a boxing match, but MMA is very different,” Duffy told MMAjunkie. “With the small gloves on, you haven’t got to be as technical because it’s easier for the shots to slip through and to get stoppages, and sometimes a wilder fighter can catch you off guard quicker than a technical fighter. It’s just different.”

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Dana White and Tyron Woodley Reportedly Squash Their Feud | MMAWeekly.com

St-Pierre had delayed a fight with middleweight champion Michael Bisping to the point that White decided that ship had sailed and instead declared that the former 170-pound champion would challenge the winner of Woodley vs. Maia. Following UFC 214, however, White said that ship turned around and stated that the fight between St-Pierre and Bisping was back on; Woodley would not get the fight with GSP.

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Nevada Denies Mayweather’s Request For Smaller Gloves

Regardless, the two are competing later this month in a boxing match that is being contested at 154 pounds. According to the state of Nevada’s rules and regulations, a fight at that weight must be fought with 10oz gloves for the fighters safety.

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UFC Fight Night in Sydney gets its first bout – with a pair of KO artists

Tuivasa, a 24-year-old Australian, turned pro in 2012 and has fought infrequently over the years. However, when he does fight, it usually doesn’t last long; the former rugby player posted first-round knockout wins in all seven of his career victories. Most recently, he defeated former UFC fighter James McSweeney, whose corner halted the bout after the first round, in October 2016. Tuivasa needed knee surgery after the bout.

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Vasyl Lomachenko Dazzles Again

Some boxing experts claim that Vasyl Lomachenko might be the finest boxer the sport has ever seen. If that boast is too great, the Ukrainian may be best of this generation and he showed why yet again on Saturday night inside Microsoft Theater at LA Live in Los Angeles. Lomachenko improved to 9-1 by scoring his seventh pro knockout when he tormented veteran Miguel Marriaga for seven rounds. As usual, Lomachenko was nearly impossible to hit for much of the contest and his surgical precision was as deadly as ever. The two-time Olympic gold medalist dropped the Colombian with a left hook and then systematically picked him apart from the outside. Lomachenko suffered a cut over his eye in the fourth from an accidental clash of heads, but that just served to fuel “Hi=Tech” even further. Lomachenko was in such command that the European phenom toyed with his foe, showboated and then raked him clean punches to the head and body. When Lomachenko dropped Marriaga (25-3, 21 KOs) with another left in the seventh, the withered contender plodded back to his corner after the round. From there, his corner had seen enough and halted the ESPN-televised contest.

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UFC Results: Grasso Defeats Markos In Fight Of The Night Contender

Both women landed offense early in the second round. Markos went for a takedown, but Grasso reversed the position and got to her feet. Markos went for another takedown and was successful. Grasso quickly got back up. Grasso went for a kick, but Markos caught it and took her to the ground. Markos then secured top position. Eventually, Grasso fought her way back to her feet. Once again, a kick attempt by Grasso led to Markos getting a takedown. On the ground, Grasso reversed the position and got on top. Markos managed to fight her way back on top and started landing hard ground and pound to finish the round.

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UFC Fight Night 114: Sergio Pettis defeats Brandon Moreno | BJPenn.com

Round four begins and Pettis comes forward with a high kick. Moreno blocks it and circles out. Pettis with a left jab. Moreno responds with a kick to the body. Sergio switches his stances and then leaps in with a right. Pettis with an accidental eye poke. The referee steps in and calls for the doctor to take a look. After a brief break in the action we restart. Pettis comes forward. He lands a left and then a right hand. Pettis goes upstairs with a high kick. Moreno circles but Pettis catches him with a side kick. Moreno is busted up now. Still, the tough kid from Mexico continues to stand and bang. Pettis catches him with jab and then another. Pettis leaps in with a knee the connects. Moreno eats in and fires off a right hand. Sergio avoids a combination and counters with a right hand. Moreno fires right back with a right of his own. One minute remains in round four. Pettis with a spinning high kick that just misses the mark. He lands a stiff left jab. Moreno presses forward. Pettis throws a cartwheel kick. Moreno avoids and gets him to the floor. The horn sounds to end round four.

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UFC Results: Rani Yahya Submits His Opponent Early In The First Round

The UFC returned to Mexico City on Saturday night with a Fight Night event filled with up-and-coming fighters trying to make a name for themselves on MMA’s biggest stage.

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