testo factor x Spouseaggro

Bloody Elbow
UFC Seoul video: Dominique Steele's brutal slam KO's Dong Hyun Kim
Bloody Elbow
The first fight of the night for UFC Seoul ended with a quite the knockout finish. After two rounds of fighting, Dominique Steele finished Dong Hyun Kim with a huge slam followed by nasty elbow from the top. Steele and Kim started the fight by trading
Dong Hyun Kim quickly stops Dominic WatersMMAjunkie.com
UFC Fight Night 79 results: Dong Hyun Kim traps Dominic Waters early, pounds MMAmania.com
UFC Fight Night 79 Results: Dong Hyun Kim Makes Quick Work of Dominic WatersYahoo Sports
FOXSports.com –Cage Pages
all 25 news articles »

View full post on UFC – Google News

Marco Beltran: Humility connection with Ning Guangyou showed at UFC Fight Night 79
SEOUL – Marco Beltran got a stiff test from Ning Guangyou on the UFC Fight Night 79 preliminary card on Saturday, and he eked out a split decision. The bantamweight fight wasn't one that most would consider a barnburner by any stretch of the

and more »

View full post on UFC – Google News

MMA Fighting
Rizin signs Sapp vs. Akebono rematch for its debut
MMA Fighting
He would fight under MMA rules on the next three New Year's Eve shows, losing to Royce Gracie via quick submission, Bobby Ologun, a popular Japanese television comedian who fought on major TV events, and the 7-foot-3, 400-pound former pro wrestler …

View full post on MMA – Google News

Former UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson picked up his second win as a welterweight Saturday at the Olympic Gymnastics Arena in Seoul, South Korea, gutting out a five-round split decision over late replacement Jorge Masvidal in their UFC Fight Night main event.Scores were 49-46, 48-47 and 47-48 for the 32-year-old Henderson, who ups his record to 23-5. Miami’s Masvidal, who moved up from the co-main event slot to fight a five-rounder against Henderson in place of his American Top Team squad mate Thiago Alves, falls to 29-10.

Masvidal pressured Henderson to sta … Read the Full Article Here

View full post on UFC News

It’s been a hell of a year for UFC strawweight Joanna Jedrzejczyk, who on this date last year was known only for having defeated Juliana Lima by decision at UFC on Fox: Lawler vs. Brown.

Fast forward to Nov. 28, 2015 and Jedrzejczyk has won four fights since, including the UFC strawweight belt and defended it twice. Needless to say, she has invigorated interest in Polish MMA like no fighter before her.

Now, the tiny but terrific fighter has joined some rarified company in a list of 20 of Poland’s most famous athletes for the distinction of Sport and Polish Television’s (TVP) review of the country’s 10 best athletes (link is in Polish).

While it’s inconceivable that Jedrzejczyk will top footballer (soccer player) Robert Lewandowski on that list, it’s quite remarkable to see how rapid her rise to stardom has been.

Her profile on the voting plebiscite:

28-year-old fighter from Olsztyn, club colleague of Mamed Khalidov, she is the first representative of mixed martial arts (MMA), which was nominated in the Plebiscite Review of Sport and Polish Television. Six-time world champion in Thai boxing since 2012 and competitor in professional MMA. Last summer she made her debut in the octagonal cage of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), the world’s most powerful organization. She defeated two dangerous Brazilians in Juliana Lima and Claudia Gadelha, and in March 2015 did not give the slightest chance to USA’s Carla Esparza and thanks to the spectacular knockout took the title of world champion in UFC strawweight (52 kg). Joanna defended the belt in June in Berlin, where she won ahead of time with another American, Jessica Penne. November 15 in Melbourne her rival Jędrzejczyk in Melbourne at Etihad Stadium was Canadian Valerie Letourneau. The Polish fighter had her fifth UFC victory.

The complete list of Polish athletes (for those who didn’t click the link):

1. Bartlomiej Bonk, weight lifting
2. Pawel Fajdek, athletics
3. Andrzej Fonfara, boxing
4. Magdalena Fularczyk-Kozlowska, Natalia Madaj, rowing
5. Krzysztof Glowacki, boxing
6. Joanna Jedrzejczyk, MMA
7. Michal Jurecki, handball
8. Radoslaw Kawecki, swimming
9. Justyna Kowalczyk, Sylvia Jaskowiec, cross-country skiing
10. Adam Kszczot, athletics
11. Michal Kubiak, volleyball
12. Robert Lewandowski, football (soccer)
13. Rafal Majka, cycling
14. Piotr Malachowski, athletics
15. Veronica Nowakowska, biathlon
16. Agnieszka Radwanska, tennis
17. Rafal Sonik, quad rally driver
18. Kamil Stoch, ski jumping
19. Marta Walczykiewicz, canoeing
20. Anita Wlodarczyk, athletics

Jedrzejczyk is from the city of Olsztyn in northeastern Poland, 54 miles (87 km) from the Russian province of Kaliningrad.

“Joanna Champion” is currently recovering from surgery (her new bionic hand is grateful) after sustaining an injury during her title defense against Valerie Letourneau at UFC 193.

Her next opponent will likely be Claudia Gadelha, the only woman to come close to breaking the donut on the Polish fighter’s loss column.

View full post on MMAmania.com – All Posts

UFC Fight Night: Seoul, a card that aired in its entirety on Fight Pass starting at 2 a.m. PT, proved worth the vigil and delivered several exciting finishes.

Two of the most interesting came on the prelim card. We saw a knockout by slam followed by nasty elbows from Dominique Steele on Dong Hyun Kim. And then there was a harsh elbow injury for Yao Zhikui off of Freddy Serrano’s takedown, which forced a stoppage.

In the first fight of the prelims, welterweight Steele scored a knockout on Kim—the Maestro, not the Stun Gun—at 4:31 of Round 3. With Kim against the cage, Steele picked him up for a huge double-leg, lifting Kim up high before slamming him to the mat. In the slow-motion replay, Kim’s head bounced off the mat, appearing to knock into Steele’s on the ricochet. Kim was spread eagle on the mat and Steele drove home three, possibly four, wicked elbows as referee Leon Roberts dove in to stop the fight.

This is Steele’s second fight and first win in the Octagon, bringing his professional record to 14-6. Kim’s loss in his UFC debut brings his record to 13-7.

In the third bout, Serrano’s takedown of Zhikui ended the fight quickly, at 44 seconds into the first round.

As Serrano took Zhikui down, Zhikui reached down to the mat to brace himself. It’s instinctual, but it’s also inadvisable in MMA, as evidenced by the abounding videos of arms broken in exactly that way in fights.

After referee Greg Kleynjans stopped the fight, Zhikui remained on the mat with his arm splayed out to the side and unmoving. While there’s no official word, as of this writing, on what the specific injury is, we can be sure that the arm was floppy, gross and probably dislocated. A still of the injury:

This was Serrano’s second fight and victory in the Octagon, following his debut KO win over Bentley Syler in March. His professional record is now 3-0, although he was on The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America and wrestled in the 2008 Olympics. Zhikui moves to 2-3, with a UFC record of 1-2.

Fight Night 79 turned out to be an entertaining card and included five finishes out of 11 total fights. 

The other finishes are:
Dongi Yang TKOs Jake Collier, 1:50 of Round 2
Doo Ho Choi KOs Sam Sicilia, 1:33 of Round 1
Dong Hyun Kim TKOs Dominic Waters, 3:11 of Round 1—with Waters in a crucifix.

Read more MMA news on BleacherReport.com

View full post on Bleacher Report – MMA

The new heavyweight champion of the world is flamboyant, unpredictable, iconoclastic, biting, endearing in certain ways, and apparently has a good singing voice.

View full post on Recent News on Sherdog.com

Sydney Morning Herald
Ronda Rousey back in public spotlight after Holly Holm UFC knockout
Sydney Morning Herald
Ronda Rousey has returned to the public eye a fortnight after her savage loss to Holly Holm in their UFC title fight in Melbourne. Rousey was photographed by TMZ walking on the streets in Los Angeles, with a young girl on Thursday and the following day …
Ben Askren: Ronda Rousey 'bought into her own hype so much' that UFC 193 is MMA Fighting
Ronda Rousey Spotted on Social Media for First Time Since Return from UFC 193Bleacher Report

all 108 news articles »

View full post on UFC – Google News

KIM vs. WATERSThe man who put Korean MMA on the map, Dong Hyun Kim, stamped an exclamation mark on the UFC’s first card in South Korea Saturday, stopping Dominic Waters in the first round of their UFC Fight Night co-main event at Olympic Gymnastics Arena.

Kim, the No. 7-ranked welterweight, was originally expected to face Jorge Masvidal, but when Masvidal was elevated to the card’s main event, Waters stepped in on short notice. But “The Stun Gun” was not to be denied.A flashy kick by Kim to begin the bout allowed Waters to close the gap and lock his … Read the Full Article Here

View full post on UFC News

YANG vs. COLLIERBack in the Octagon for the first time since May of 2012, Seoul middleweight Dongi Yang got his hometown fans up and roaring at the Olympic Gymnastics Arena Saturday, finishing off the preliminary portion of the UFC’s first event in South Korea with a second-round knockout of Jake Collier.Yang, now 13-3, went 1-3 in his first UFC stint, but he got his second run off to a great start at home.There was solid back-and-forth action throughout the first round, but Collier held the edge thanks to a knockdown scored in the second minute of the frame.A scramble to the mat early i … Read the Full Article Here

View full post on UFC News

testo factor x Spouseaggro