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GLORY 19 delayed from December to February 2015
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Despite plans to host GLORY 19 in December, the organization has decided to push the event back. According to a report from Liver Kick, GLORY won't hold its nineteenth event until February. "Obviously I'm disappointed that we had to move off the …

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UFC welterweight contender Matt Brown isn’t boarding the Conor McGregor hype train any time soon, saying it is clear as day Frankie Edgar should get the next title shot at 145 pounds. 

Of course, “The Immortal” used a little more colorful language when expressing his opinion on The Great MMA Debate podcast Tuesday (transcription per Bloody Elbow). 

I can’t even believe this is an argument. What the f–k has Conor done compared to what Frankie’s done? Frankie deserves it. Period…I don’t hate that (he made himself famous). More props to him. But when you are talking about title shotsthe opportunity of a man’s lifeyou gotta base it on realistic stats and facts. You can’t base it on this m———-r is gonna talk and sell some tickets.

Edgar, a former UFC lightweight champion, is coming off a stellar performance against fellow 145-pound contender Cub Swanson at UFC Fight Night 57 on Saturdaytapping him with a neck crank with just four seconds left for the latest submission in company history. 

Although “The Answer” dropped a decision to featherweight champion Jose Aldo at UFC 156 in February 2013, he has bounced back with definitive victories over Charles Oliveira, B.J. Penn and Swanson. 

Following the mauling of Swanson, Edgar sits at No. 2 in the UFC’s official featherweight rankings

Meanwhile, overnight sensation McGregor has won 12 fights in a row (11 knockouts), including four straight inside the Octagon. 

McGregor was able to silence some critics by knocking out perennial contender Dustin Poirier less than two minutes at UFC 178 in September. 

Still, many pundits are still skeptical of the Irish sensation’s ability to survive on the mat with a gritty grappler like Ricardo Lamas, Chad Mendes or Edgar. 

McGregor is currently booked to fight Dennis Siver at UFC Fight Night 59 in January and many fans and analysts alike believe a clear-cut victory there would punch his ticket for the next crack at Aldo. 

 

John Heinis is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He is also the MMA editor for eDraft.com.

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Undefeated prospect Thomas Almeida wants UFC fight with 'cool' Sergio Pettis
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Thomas Almeida has taken time to bask in the glory of his triumphant UFC debut. Now he's ready for the next challenge. Almeida (17-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) is considered one of the sport's top prospects. The 23-year-old bantamweight in undefeated through 17 …

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Gobble gobble.

I love the holidays. The story ideas are so easy. I can just name a bunch of things about MMA I don’t like and, boom, biggest turkeys. And it’s a recurring thing, too. 

But this Thanksgiving, it’s more than a mere gimmick. This has not been a banner year for MMA. Did it have its moments? Sure it did. But were most of those moments bad? Yeah.

With the arrests and the subpar fight cards, being a hardcore fan has felt more like a guilty pleasure (or a chore) in 2014 than it has in quite a while.

Enter the turkeys list. I’m going to do what I always try to do when presented with an opportunity: take advantage. I have to take advantage of that opportunity. So here goes—the biggest turkeys, listed in no particular order.

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Coming off 2 big wins, Fabricio Werdum looks well on his way to a title shot as he faces UFC newcomer Junior Dos Santos. But, JDS is ready to show that he is force to be reckoned with in the heavyweight division by coming out with the “W” in his UFC debut.

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Renan Barao wants to fight T.J. Dillashaw in Brazil.

You can’t blame a fighter for seeking a home-court advantage, and Brazil offers just such a thing. Tune in to any of the multiple UFC cards held in various Brazilian towns, and you’ll see local fighters experiencing plenty of success. I can’t explain why they’re so successful, and I don’t have the metrics in front of me to prove it. But there’s no doubt Brazilians get a boost when they’re fighting in front of their countrymen.

Of course, this probably applies to other parts of the world too, including the United States. It’s just more pronounced in Brazil.

So Barao would like to fight Dillashaw again, and he’d like to do it in Brazil. The first time Barao faced Dillashaw, it was in Las Vegas, and Dillashaw battered the then-champion Barao before finishing him in the final round and taking his belt.

And of course, Barao inexplicably got an immediate rematch against Dillashaw.

Barao didn’t get the rematch because he deserved it. He didn’t get it because he’d been an enduring champion who held his title for years, like Anderson Silva. He didn’t get the rematch because the fight with Dillashaw was close or because it ended in controversial fashion. No, Barao got the rematch because the UFC had spent a lot of money building him up as the pound-for-pound best fighter in the world, and it couldn’t let that go to waste.

So Barao got the rematch, and then he tried to cut too much weight. He passed out and had to go to the hospital. He was removed from the title fight and replaced by Joe Soto. It was an embarrassing moment for Barao, for the UFC and for the sport as a whole.

To recap, a quick glance at the scorecard between Dillashaw and Barao: Dillashaw has a dominant win over Barao, and Barao has a weight-cut failure that forced him out of the rematch.

With all of that taken into considered, you’d think Barao would be a little more humble. But you’d be wrong. Here’s what he told Guilherme Cruz of MMAFighting.com about Dillashaw not wanting to fight him in Brazil:

“I think he would crap his pants. Fighting in the United States is easy. I want to see him fighting me in Brazil. It’s completely different.”

Here’s the part of Barao‘s quote that sticks out to me: “Fighting in the United States is easy.”

Again, Barao was dominated in his first fight against Dillashaw. He didn’t even make it to the Octagon the second time around because he couldn’t properly manage a weight cut.

Perhaps fighting in the United States is not so easy after all?

Dillashaw is talking too much crap. If we fight again, you can be sure it will be completely different. When we fight again, he will see the real champion. I don’t like to make jokes, talk trash. I like to show my work inside the cage, show the best Renan Barao possible. (Dillashaw) can enjoy that belt for now, because it’s coming back to Brazil soon.

I don’t know how much crap Dillashaw is talking. What I do know is that Barao had his opportunity to fight Dillashaw again, and it was completely different.

And by completely different, I mean he passed out during a tough weight cut and went to the hospital and was replaced by a preliminary-level fighter making his UFC debut, thereby ruining a pay-per-view because he wanted to cut too much weight.

And it’s not as though Barao is jumping right back into another title shot. He’s scheduled to face Mitch Gagnon on December 20; Dillashaw will likely defend the belt against Dominick Cruz in early 2015. If both men escape from those fights unscathed, there’s no reason to think they won’t face off again. Barao will get his shot. 

But he’s in no position to make demands of Dillashaw, or the UFC. There is a very good chance that when Barao and Dillashaw—whether it’s for UFC gold or not—meet again, it will happen on American soil, and Barao will have to grin and bear it.

Because that’s the sort of thing that happens when you are no longer the champ, and when your inability to make weight causes a pay-per-view main event to fall by the wayside.  You lose your negotiating power, and you have to fight to get it back. 

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Comedian Russell Peters stops by the studio to talk about his love of all things MMA and other topics.

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On this episode of UFC NOW, we’ll discuss how the mecca of MMA has stayed in Southern California. We’ll also get into if instant replay should be implemented in the UFC, and our analysts will break down how fighters can spar most efficiently. Watch new episodes every Saturday on UFC FIGHT PASS: http://www.ufc.tv/category/ufc-now

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Headlining Invicta FC 9, atomweight Michelle “The Karate Hottie” Waterson takes on challenger Yasuko Tamada. Waterson looks to defend her title against Brazilian challenger and submission specialist Hercia Tiburcio at Invicta FC 10 live on UFC FIGHT PASS.

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When Johny Hendricks heard his name announced as the new UFC welterweight champion following his battle with Robbie Lawler at UFC 171 back in March, he fell to his knees under the weight of the moment.

The former two-time NCAA Division I national champion wrestler turned MMA powerhouse had just come through a five-round war with a resurgent slugger turned contender—four of which he did without the use of his left arm due to a torn bicep—and now had 12 pounds of championship gold around his waist to make it all worthwhile.

It was a surreal moment for Hendricks and one that capped the 31-year-old’s three-year rise through what is arguably the most talent-stacked division under the UFC banner. The welterweight division is a shark tank of a weight class and one where any one of the divisional elite can defeat another on a given night. That said, Hendricks took every major challenge put in front of him and proved his worth every step of the way.

During his rise to the top, Bigg Rigg dusted a pair of perennial contenders in Jon Fitch and Martin Kampmann, went toe-to-toe with former interim champion Carlos Condit in a raucous 15-minute affair then pushed long reigning welterweight king Georges St-Pierre further than any man had ever done in the past in his first title opportunity at UFC 167 last November.

The title challenger had the longstanding champion in a position where he was consistently forced to fight himself out of danger, and with that being the case, a large percentage of the MMA community believed Hendricks bested the pound-for-pound great when the final bell sounded on their five-round affair.

Nevertheless, two of the three cage side judges believed GSP had done enough to win the bout, and the Team TakeDown representative was forced to exit the Octagon empty-handed. Yet, the sting of that night in Nevada wouldn’t last long, as four months later the heavy-handed Oklahoma native was officially crowned as the new champion of the 170-pound fold—winning the title St-Pierre vacated shortly after their clash the previous year.

It was the moment Hendricks had dreamed of and was one he made sure to allow himself to slow down and appreciate.

“The time off was good,” Hendricks told Bleacher Report. “It’s been nice to spend time with the family. It’s been good to spend time with the wife and kids. It’s also been nice to heal the body and mind and get hungry again. Get hungry to get back into the Octagon and get hungry to train again. That desire and drive to keep going are crucial things to have and time off gave that to me. I kept watching people fight, and I couldn’t because I was healing up. But now that I’m able to jump back in there, I’m super excited.

“You get time to let everything soak in, but you also get time to let it all go away. You know what I mean? You get time to feel proud that you are the welterweight champion, but you also get time to realize it doesn’t matter anymore because now I have to retain it. With every fight, as soon as I sign that bout agreement I’m no longer the champ.

“I’m trying to defend it and I plan on defending it a bunch of times,” he added. “But as soon as I sign that bout agreement, you forget about what you have done in the past and start thinking about what you are going to do next. Right now, I’m thinking about defending that title.”

The bearded slugger fought his heart out to become champion, and if a lifetime accomplishing great feats on wrestling mats across the country has taught him anything, it’s that there cannot be too much time spent admiring past achievements. While obtaining goals are a crucial part of his personal progression as a fighter, setting new goals are a necessary catalyst to reigniting the fires of motivation when the moment arrives to do so. 

And for Hendricks, that time has come front and center.

After spending the past several months rehabilitating his injured arm and adjusting to life as the welterweight champion, the Texas transplant will soon step back into the Octagon to defend the belt he fought so valiantly to obtain. The former Oklahoma State University wrestling standout and “Ruthless” Robbie Lawler will once again lock their proverbial horns in one of the year’s most highly anticipated rematches at UFC 181 on Dec. 6.

The first tilt with the American Top Team representative was an instant classic where both fighters gave their all in pursuit of the vacant welterweight strap. And despite having to push through an early injury—a caliber toughness Arlington-based fighter gives full credit to his wrestling background for—Hendricks had the savvy to dig deep in the final frame to win the round and ultimately the bout. The fight was a 25-minute gut check for the welterweight powerhouse and one he relied on his inner grit and heart to earn him the victory.

Yet, while their initial go around was a closely contested affair, Hendricks is coming into the rematch looking to put on a much more definitive performance. He knows full well what Lawler brings to the table but doesn’t believe Lawler knows what a 100-percent healthy Johny Hendricks looks like.

In his opinion, that alone will make a tremendous difference, and Hendricks is determined to put a definitive stamp on his reign as the new welterweight king by defeating Lawler in spectacular fashion at UFC 181.

“I always want to win, and if I can go out there and beat Robbie Lawler a second time—especially considering the things he’s done while I was out—that’s going to send a big shock through the welterweight division,” Hendricks said. “Lawler is a very tough fighter and so are a lot of the other guys who are all trying to get a shot at the title. If I can go out there and get my hand raised the way I think I can, then it will look way better on me. That’s really what I’m focusing on.

“I’m going to go out there and get it done the way I need to so that there aren’t any questions at the end of the fight. I am focused on making sure this fight isn’t as close as the last one was.” 

 

Duane Finley is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. All quotes are obtained firsthand unless noted otherwise.

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UFC correspondent Megan Olivi sits down with UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis in another edition of “The Exhchange” on UFC FIGHT PASS.

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A No. 1 contender spot will be on the line when Anthony Johnson faces Alexander Gustafsson in the UFC on Fox 14 headliner on Jan. 24.

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UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw is on the set of UFC Now again where he is answering fan’s questions from Twitter. Watch full episodes on UFC FIGHT PASS: http://www.ufc.tv/category/ufc-now

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Conor McGregor or Frankie Edgar: Who is going to get the UFC featherweight title shot first? We’ll go over UFC Fight Night 57 results with Edgar’s win over Cub Swanson being the focal point. We’ll also touch on Manny Pacquiao’s win over Chris Algieri, Metamoris 5: Renzo Gracie vs. Kazushi Sakuraba results and more on this week’s edition of the Promotional Malpractice Live Chat with Luke Thomas.

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