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Ben Askren Not Sure He Wants to Fight in the UFC

Newly crowned One FC welterweight champion Ben Askren joined INSIDE MMA for an interview with hosts Kenny Rice and Bas Rutten. In this clip, Askren shares hi...

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Marshawn Lynch and Justin Tuck Talk MMA Training on "Inside MMA"

How does MMA training translate into on-field production for players like Marshawn Lynch and Justin Tuck. In this feature, INSIDE MMA correspondent Ron Kruck...

Dominick Reyes vs Shane Mervau (The University of MMA, Fight Night 8, 8/24/14)

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Video: Watch Stephan Bonnar rip Tito Ortiz at Bellator 123, fight erupt inside the cage with masked man

Watch fight between Stephan Bonnar vs. Tito Ortiz that took place inside the cage at Bellator 123, with both UFC veterans -- as well as Justin McCarthy -- getting turns on the microphone before all hell breaks loose on Spike TV. Real or imagined?

UFC Fight Night 50 post-fight press conference video

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This September on UFC FIGHT PASS

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Ben Askren, Kenny Rice have bizarre exchange on 'Inside MMA'

OneFC welterweight champ Ben Askren's appearance on Friday's edition of Inside MMA took a strange turn when host Kenny Rice cut him off.

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1 Tito Ortiz on Twitter: "Shows how much #BitchBoy is a phony."

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Marlon Moraes: 'I can beat anybody' - NBC Sports

He grew up in Rio de Janeiro in a favela, a crime-ravaged hillside town filled with dilapidated shacks that would make even lower-class Americans think, 'I've got it good compared to them.' Money was so scarce, his house so small, that Marlon Moraes slept nightly in the same bedroom with his parents. Like virtually every kid who grows up in Brazil's most desperate and violent wasteland, he dreamed of someday becoming a professional soccer player. But the athletically-gifted boy's love of soccer was eventually eclipsed by his love of the Art of Eight Limbs (Muay Thai.) And when Moraes, now 25, tells you that he didn't get into fighting to make a lot of money or build his name, that he would fight for free for the WSOF bantamweight belt, you instantly recognize that it might not be the smartest thing to say to a promoter but it comes straight from the young man's heart. When Moraes fights, any fight fan will feel compelled to watch. The visceral fury of his attacking style is both intoxicating and contagious. He fits nicely into the mold of a younger Chuck Liddell or Wanderlei Silva – a crowd-favorite who always presses for the finish.

#UFCFightNight on Twitter: ""It’s a very cool feeling to know I hold a UFC record" - @ChasSkelly on winning his second UFC fight in 13 days!"

"It’s a very cool feeling to know I hold a UFC record" - @ChasSkelly on winning his second UFC fight in 13 days!

Bellator 123 results, GIFs and highlights

In the main event of the night, Pat Curran and Patricio “Pitbull” Freire squared off in a rematch for the promotion’s featherweight title.

Ben Rothwell shockingly destroys Alistair Overeem by first-round TKO

After a nine-month suspension for failing a drug test, Rothwell came back in a huge way with a TKO of Overeem at just 2:19 of the first round at UFC Fight Night on FOX Sports 1: Souza vs. Mousasi in Connecticut.

Bellator results and analysis: Tito Ortiz vs Stephan Bonnar and the brilliance of Bellator's Masked Man angle

To say this segment was bizarre is an understatement - it could be the oddest thing we've ever seen on mainstream MMA in the US. There is an obvious parallel here to Bellator's Spike TV stablemates TNA. Because this segment was straight up professional wrestling. The semi-scripted promos from both men, the clearly staged brawl, the reveal of the mysterious masked man (a former ally of Tito's turned against him!) - this was exactly what some people feared would happen when fighters like Tito Ortiz, King Mo, Bobby Lashley, and Rampage Jackson began crossing over between TNA and Bellator. Last night, the carny world of professional wrestling invaded the sport of MMA in a big way.

UFC Fight Night 50 Video Highlights: Matt Mitrione vs. Derrick Lewis |

Watch the video highlights from the UFC Fight Night 50 main card bout between heavyweights Matt Mitrione and Derrick Lewis.

Tito Ortiz-Stephan Bonnar, Will Brooks-Michael Chandler Set for Nov. 15 Bellator

Tito Ortiz got a much-needed win in his Bellator debut. | Photo: Dave Mandel/ Former UFC champion Tito Ortiz will return to the Bellator MMA cage against fellow Octagon veteran Stephan Bonnar , the promotion announced on Friday. Ortiz and Bonnar will meet on Nov. 15 at Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, Calif., on a card which will also feature a lightweight title rematch between interim champ Will Brooks and former titleholder Michael Chandler . Ortiz and Bonnar have been rumored to square off since last month, when Bonnar was granted his release by the UFC in order to sign with Bellator. Ortiz, 39, snapped a three-fight losing skid in his May debut with Bellator, when he choked out the company’s middleweight champion Alexander Shlemenko in a 205-pound contest. Bonnar, 37, has not competed since October 2012, when he was knocked out in the first round of a short-notice bout against Anderson Silva at UFC 153. Brooks captured the Bellator interim lightweight belt with a five-round split decision against Chandler in May.

9 #UFCFightNight on Twitter: "Middleweight @ChrisCamozzi gets ready to make his way to the Octagon. #UFCFightNight"

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Dana White on Thiago Silva's UFC return: 'He deserves to be able to make a living again'

One possible angle though -- and this could be what White was implying -- is that with charges against Silva being dropped, the UFC may not have a legal basis to release him anymore. On the other hand, the three 'banned' examples mentioned above, also lost each of their last UFC outings apart from breaking the rules with their offenses, making it well within the promotion's rights to let them go.

UFC Fight Night - Jacare vs. Mousasi II Results: Winners and Losers

Gegard Mousasi: Mousasi remains a riddle wrapped inside an enigma. He's awesome at everything, but no matter how much he improves - and make no mistake, he had obviously shored up some holes in the lead-up to this fight - his game seems to add up to less than the sum of its parts. Mousasi's talent is obvious, but he never seems to be able to get himself over the hump into the elite of whatever division he happens to be competing in. The Dutch-Armenian is still young enough to have another run left in him, and he'll beat the hell out of any fighter who isn't elite, but there's no pretending this isn't a setback.

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Invicta FC 8 predictions

Tamada seems badly outmatched, but this should be a good bout nevertheless. The primary reason for that is she's highly active on offense. She pumps her jab and cross continuously, loves to strike her way into the clinch, back opponents up and work for the takedown. I don't think she has the physicality to give Waterson too much trouble, but I am certain she's going to try. Waterson's come a long way in her skill development and should be able to handle this task with relative ease, but it's a good fight for the fans (probably) and a decent chance to showcase Waterson's evolution.

DVD Review: Josh Barnett Attacking the Guard DVD and Catch Wrestling Vol. I Punishing Rides 2 DVDS that will change the way you Grapple

Attacking the Guard I watched about 5 minutes of this video and thought to myself, “Do people understand what this guy is showing? Because if they did EVERYONE that participates in today’s MMA, Grappling and BJJ competitions would own this DVD!” That is how good I thought the concepts and techniques coming out of this DVD were, and that was just the first 5 minutes!  Josh delves into concepts of posture and breaking grips in addition to punishing and breaking guard players wide open. He isn’t nice about it either. Josh shows you techniques and approaches that are generally frowned upon in most BJJ dojos because of their meanness, aggression and effectiveness against even the most dominant guard players.  If that wasn’t enough I got just as much if not more out of the Catch Wrestling Vol. I Punishing Rides DVD also starring Josh Barnett.  Punishing Rides DVD Barnett shares great rides for Wrestling, Grappling and MMA. These are not just your typical Folkstyle wrestling rides either. These rides have teeth big enough to sink into any grappling situation.

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One of the strangest moments in MMA history went down tonight in Bellator, and we love it

Over the past months and years even, my interest in MMA has slowly been on the decline. Each event bleeds into the next and they all merge into each other to form an endless mediocre MMA world. Each event feels the same, each event looks the same the same bland gray canvas, the same bland rhetoric, the same bland everything. UFC specifically to me has become Call of Duty, it's not bad, it's just over saturated and lacks both creativity and personality.

Invicta FC 8 - Waterson vs. Tamada

Michelle Waterson Routs Yasuko Tamada, Retains Atomweight Title at Invicta FC 8

Moraga Loses a Round, Wins the Fight

MASHANTUCKET, September 5 – Number five ranked flyweight contender John Moraga handed hot prospect Justin Scoggins his second consecutive defeat at the Foxwoods Resort Casino Friday night, roaring back from a rough first round to submit the “Tank” in the second stanza of their UFC Fight Night bout. After losing a wrestling-centric battle to Dustin Ortiz in his last outing, Scoggins used his mat game to control the first round. It wasn’t all wrestling though, as Scoggins scored a flash knockdown with a body kick late and bloodied the Arizonan with ground strikes. Scoggins (9-2) looked to do more of the same in round two, but this time when he shot in for the takedown, Moraga (15-3)  was ready with a sneaky guillotine choke, and the tap out followed at the 47 second mark, giving the former world title challenger a come from behind win. “He was letting me get under his neck too easy,” Moraga said. “I knew if I could cinch my hips I would get it.”

'Mean Girls': Division, drama highlight this season of The Ultimate Fighter

"On the show, you still want to be nice and sweet and people are already judging you," she said. "I knew a lot of people were going to be mean to me and that's why I don’t even want to be there. I didn’t want to be on the show, because I knew it was going to be a lot of tension for me. There was a lot of drama with Heather and I."


Invicta FC 8: Waterson vs. Tamada quick results

Check back regularly for live, updated results from the Invicta FC 8 fight card on Saturday night.

UFC Fight Night 50 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social media

Following Friday’s UFC Fight Night 50 event at Foxwoods Casino Resort in Ledyard, Conn., several of the winning and losing fighters, along with their coaches, training partners or family members, took to social media to react to the event or share a message with supporters.

Stephan Bonnar tweets, then deletes old leaked photo of Tito Ortiz's penis

Earlier tonight, Stephan Bonnar went to Twitter, where he "retweeted" a Tito Ortiz tweet suggesting that he indeed has a larger penis than Bonnar. An image of a completely nude Ortiz was then attached to the tweet, which has since been deleted, and sure as hell won't be posted on here. But here's the word-for-word tweet as written by Bonnar prior to deletion:


Marnell is a welcome fresh approach to a Commission that was growing stale, but he is a team player noting “I am only one of the commissioners,” adding how he was happy to discover ” The close knit family environment” of all involved with governing combative sports. “I wish everyone could see how everyone, judges, referees, commissioners meet for an hour or more after every event, breaking down each round. It’s about the safety of the fighters, the integrity of the sport.”

After UFC Fight Night 50 KO win, Matt Mitrione not about to start calling out people

“It’s unfortunate: I was really hoping I was going to be able to score a fight with Overeem,” the former NFL defensive lineman and college football standout from Purdue said. “I’m unranked, and if Overeem won, it would’ve been a completely different conversation. But I have no idea what his future holds, and I have no idea what my future holds. There’s obviously personal grudges there with my camp and him, and me and him, as well. I hope he’s healthy, as far as being a human being, I hope he’s doing all right. But we’ll see what the UFC has planned for me, and for Ben, and for Overeem.”


Joe Silva’s Shoes: What next for UFC Fight Night 50’s winners?

After every event, fans wonder whom the winners will be matched up with next. And with another night of UFC action in the rearview mirror, it’s time to look forward, put on a pair of Joe Silva’s (and Sean Shelby’s) shoes, and play UFC matchmaker.

UFC Fight Night 50 Fight Highlights Video: Joe Lauzon vs. Michael Chiesa's Fight of the Night |

Watch the UFC Fight Night 50 video highlights of the fight that kicked off the main card between lightweights Joe Lauzon and Michael Chiesa.

Mauricio Rua vs. Jimi Manuwa official for UFC Fight Night Uberlandia main event

This is perfectly reasonable matchmaking for both men. If Shogun wins then at least it shows he can still ether the likes of Te Huna and Manuwa without posing a threat to the better fighters in the division. A loss, which probably entails a KO, would sound the alarmbells for his retirement. For Manuwa, a win gets him the biggest of his career, while a loss more or less kills off any hype surrounding him potentially being new blood in an extremely weak division.

Even at 135, Invicta FC 8's Ediane Gomes not sure she has a UFC future

“I actually like her,” she told MMAjunkie. “We’ve always respected each other. I have nothing against her. And I think the feeling is mutual. It’s all business. But one day, out of the blue, I found out she was claiming that I was running from our fight. I was actually a little angry for a while. Things got confusing because I was supposed to face her next at 145 pounds, but she kept talking about facing Ronda Rousey instead at 135 pounds. I was wondering – what about my fight?”


This coming week will take WMMA to greater heights

The first woman of UFC Fight Pass is of course Pat Lundvall, the monotone star of all those Nevada Athletic Commission hearings. Because she can turn the courtroom into an ice palace, intimidating such brute forces as Vitor Belfort and Wanderlei Silva (who’s become a shadow puppet on Nevada’s regulatory walls), Lundvall is tailor-made for great digital streams. But as of tonight and into next week, as the dust clears from Friday’s dueling Bellator-UFC shows on Connecticut reservations, the entire galaxy of fighting women will burst onto the scene practically all at once. Invicta FC 8 will go off this weekend from Kansas City with a headlining bout between atomweight champion Michelle Waterson and Japanese challenger Yasuko Tamada , and it’ll become the first of Invicta’s events to stream live on the UFC’s Fight Pass. Four days later, on Sept. 10, the crop of strawweights that Invicta harvested and shipped to the UFC will be on display during the first airing of The Ultimate Fighter 20. The winner of that season becomes the inaugural 115-pound champion. WMMA is expanding at a more alarming rate than China’s deserts.

'The Ultimate Fighter': Meet contestant Aisling Daly

"It was a tough time for me, but I got there in the end," Daly said.  "The show was definitely the hardest thing I've already done, and on top of all the established issues, it was really tough for me at points.  There were probably points where I thought that I couldn't do it and I couldn't keep up with what I was doing. Now I feel sort of invincible having come out the other side of that as well."

Joe Lauzon had to stop thinking about UFC bonus checks to win another one

“Anderson and I were tied with 12 before. Now this puts me at 13, which is pretty awesome,” Lauzon told MMAjunkie at the post-event news conference for UFC Fight Night 50, which took place at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Ledyard, Conn. “And I think I was tied with B.J. for the most finishes in the lightweight division, and I think I one-upped him on that, too, which kind of hurts my heart a little bit because B.J.’s my boy.”

Gegard Mousasi blames loss to ‘Jacare’ Souza on lack of focus: ‘My head wasn’t in it’

Following his surprising third round submission loss to ‘Jacare’ Souza in the main event of Friday night’s event in Foxwood, Connecticut, Mousasi admits he lacked focus ahead of the fight.