UFC 178 MMA Roasted
Here is the brand New MMA Roasted Video for UFC 178. There are jokes about Demetrious Johnson, Chris Cariaso, Dominick Cruz, Conor McGregor, Dustin Poirier, ...
UFC 178's Dominick Cruz on 3-Year Injury Recovery: "When It Rains, It Pours!"
MMA H.E.A.T.'s Karyn Bryant talks via Skype with former UFC Bantamweight champ Dominick Cruz twelve days before his long-awaited return to the Octagon at UFC...
UFC 178: Johnson vs Cariaso Main Card Weigh-ins + Staredowns (HD / Complete + Unedited)
MMA H.E.A.T. brings you the complete Main Card UFC 178: Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson vs Chris “Kamikaze” Cariaso weigh-ins and staredowns from inside th...
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Every week, comedians and longtime MMA aficionados Adam Hunter, T-Rexx and current UFC Welterweight fighter Jake Ellenberger takes a look at the lighter side of life and mixed martial arts. Imagine a comedian and a fighter walk into a bar to sit down and talk to their friends. It's more than just a breakdown fights; it dives into what every fan wants to know.
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Nevada State Athletic Commission: Lift Wanderlei Silva's lifetime ban!
It's one thing if you want to tell the guy he's suspended for a year. Pretend as if you caught him for using steroids. If he got caught and it was his first time being caught it would be a nine month suspension. Instead of doing that they prohibit him from fighting for life. Wanderlei silva is mma, he helped this sport become what it is today! Shame on you NSAC!!!
UFC 178 weigh-in photos: An MMAjunkie image gallery
LAS VEGAS – MMAjunkie was on scene for today’s UFC 178 fighter weigh-ins. Check out our photo gallery of the festivities.
Bellator 126 Results: Shlemenko vs. Halsey
MMA Fighting has Bellator 126 results for the Shlemenko vs. Halsey fight card Friday night at the GCU Arena in Phoenix, Ariz. In the main event, Alexander Shlemenko will put his middleweight belt on the line against undefeated Brandon Halsey . Patricky Pitbull squares off against Marcin Held in the lightweight tournament final in the co-main event. Check out the Bellator 126 results below. Main card Brandon Halsey def. Alexander Shlemenko via submission (rear-naked choke) (R1, 0:35) Marcin Held def. Patricky Pitbull via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-26) Bubba Jenkins def. Thiago Meller via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27 x2) Mike Richman def. Ed West via first-round KO (2:44) Undercard Larue Burley def. Raymond Pina via submission (guillotine) (R2, 0:22) Clifford Starks def. Jacob Ortiz via submission (guillotine) (R2, 0:52) Nick Rossborough def. Ryan Martinez via first-round TKO (injury, torn biceps) Joe Taimanglo def. Michael Parker via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27 x2) Dan Charles def. Stuart Austin via KO (punch) at :18 of round 3 Derek Campos def.
Titan FC 30 results: Vinny Magalhaes taps Jason Btilz, wins light heavyweight title
After a back-and-fourth battle, the Brazilian, a multiple-time jiu-jitsu and ADCC champion, rocked Brilz with a right high kick before trapping the fellow UFC veteran with a guillotine to win the vacant light heavyweight title 36 seconds into the fourth round.
Bellator 126 Results: Brandon Halsey Puts Alexander Shlemenko to Sleep to Win Middleweight Title | MMAWeekly.com
Marcin Held earned a shot at the Bellator lightweight belt by defeating Patricky Freire by unanimous decision in the finals of the Season 10 Bellator Lightweight Tournament. Both fighters were tentative in the opening moments of the fight. Held rolled for a leg lock and secured an early takedown. As he passed Freire’s guard into side control, “Pitbull” scrambled to his feet. Held closed the distance and they battled for position in the clinch position. Held dropped back and isolated a leg, but Freire defended the submission attempt and gained top position on the ground. Freire maintained top position for two minutes of the round, but did little from the dominant position. He stood up and leg Freire up in the closing seconds of the stanza.
Bellator 126 results: Brandon Halsey establishes name in sport with 35-second Bellator title win
Middleweight Brandon Halsey put his name on everyone's radar Friday night by not just winning the Bellator championship, but also finishing champion Alexander Shlemenko in just 35 seconds. Halsey (8-0), a former college All-American wrestler at Cal State Bakersfield, immediately took Shlemenko (50-9) down and took advantage when Shlemenko turned his back to him. Halsey got the choke immediately. Shlemenko, for the second fight in a row, refused to tap, and was choked unconscious before it was stopped. "I felt like a monster, baby," said Halsey as the crowd at the Grand Canyon University gym in Phoenix, Ariz., showered him with loud "USA" chants. "I feels great. I wouldn't be here without God. I want to give all the thanks to him. I put in the work. I put in the training. Putting this belt around my waist feels great." This was Shlemenko's fourth title defense, coming off losing a non-title fight at light heavyweight to Tito Ortiz to Bellator's May 17 pay-per-view event. Halsey, a physical powerhouse at the weight, coming from wrestling at 197 pounds, has been fighting less than three years.
Wanderlei Silva says that TUF Brazil's production suggested his brawl with Chael Sonnen
I don't know what Wanderlei means regarding Sonnen and him not having "a straight fight", but they got into a brawl, which also saw Andre Dida get banned from the show for punching Sonnen from behind. This version may explain why Wanderlei was wearing a mouthpiece and apparently ready to fight, according to Sonnen's report. Despite wearing pants and flip flops, "The American Gangster" was still able to take Wandy down before the separation.
Eddie Alvarez: Naysayers are atheists, time to make them believers
"It's the right time because I was virtually unknown. Nobody knew what I could do against certain matchups, they never really saw me fight. I added no value to this company," Alvarez said when talking to FOX Sports. "Why would I join a company that I add no value to? So it was important for me to go out there and build myself up so when I came here I can add something to this company. I can bring something to the company. I can step in and fight the best guys."
UFC 178 weigh-in photos
UFC 178 weigh-in photos are for the UFC event this upcoming Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. In the main event, UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson squares off against Chris Cariaso.
“What you’re really talking about it is not just fear, but time and fear,” Jackson said. “It’s one thing if you get in a street fight. Some dude is being an ass, you get up, he gets up, boom, boom, boom, and it’s over pretty quick. It’s different when you know that on this certain day at this certain time you’ll be fighting this certain guy. There will be pain involved. People will be watching and judging everything you do, and you have time to think about all that. As it gets closer, you get more afraid. The night of, you get really afraid.”
Zuffa gets a comic book poster for UFC 181, courtesy of DC artists
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UFC 178 video preview: Why John Morgan is excited for Saturday's card
Morgan gives his reasons for why he’s excited about the pay-per-view event, which he says is one of the deepest in a long time. Included among the depth is the return of former bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz, who will have been on the shelf for nearly three years when he steps in the cage.
UFC 178: Johnson vs. Cariaso - Toe to Toe Preview: Donald Cerrone vs. Eddie Alvarez
My other reason for moving towards Alvarez is that I think people have underrated how much he has improved. Because of the layoffs, the litigation, and fighting outside of the UFC, there's a tendency to think of Eddie as "static" in his progression. But I believe that the Blackzilians are one of the very best MMA kickboxing camps around at the moment, and it's notable to me that at the same time that they changed in popular perception from "punchline" to "legit threat" that Alvarez started looking far more clean in his fights, eating less power shots, working off the jab, and landing more kicks.