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  • Ronda Rousey Is a Great Choice to Lead Public Charge for MMA in New York - Bleacher Report
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  • The MMA Hour with Alexander Gustafsson, Michael Bisping, Chad Mendes ... - MMA Fighting
    The MMA Hour with Alexander Gustafsson, Michael Bisping, Chad Mendes ...MMA Fighting4:00 p.m. -- We'll answer your #themmahour questions on anything and everything going on in the MMA world. Hit us up on Twitter using that hash tag or leave a question in the comments section below. Plus, we'll be taking your calls on anything […]
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    Standard-ExaminerInaugural Power Promotions MMA card Saturday in LaytonStandard-ExaminerMany of the fighters on the card call Davis County their home, says promoter Sean Powers, an MMA professional with a victory on Bellator promotions to his credit. The co-main event matches Logan's Austin Miller versus Utah County's undefeated Mike ...
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  • Report: Fighter dies in the cage during Azerbaijan MMA tournament - Bloody Elbow
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Prosecutor could drop charges if BJ Penn pays alleged assault victim's medical
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Former UFC champ B.J. Penn could go to prison for five years and pay a fine of up to $10,000 if convicted on a charge of second-degree assault stemming from an incident this past January. But he could also steer clear of punishment if he pays the
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At UFC Fight Night 63, Chad Mendes and Ricardo Lamas will do their best to prove they are ready to meet the winner of a highly anticipated July title bout between 145-pound champion Jose Aldo and Irish MMA sensation Conor McGregor.

Mendes is actually coming off of a loss to Aldo, but it was one of the most competitive bouts the Brazilian titleholder has had. If Mendes hadn’t already had an additional loss to Aldo, there probably would have been a lot more interest in an immediate rematch.

Meanwhile, Lamas also has a somewhat recent loss to Aldo on his record. Since being dominated by Aldo at UFC 169, Lamas has rebounded with wins over Dennis Bermudez and Hacran Dias.

Headliners Mendes and Lamas are certainly going to be with the UFC for the foreseeable future, but some UFC Fight Night 63 competitors aren’t positioned nearly as well. Here are the individuals sitting on the hot seat heading into Saturday’s fight card.

 

Liz Carmouche and Lauren Murphy

Given how new the division is, women’s bantamweight competitors are being given a longer leash than those in other weight classes. However, Liz Carmouche and Lauren Murphy should both be heading into UFC Fight Night 63 with the mindset that they need to win.

The first female title challenger in UFC history, Carmouche has posted a disappointing 1-3 record inside the Octagon. Falling to 1-4 against an opponent with no UFC victories might not result in Carmouche being released because she is one of the more recognizable individuals in her division, but it would certainly put her UFC career on thin ice heading into her next outing.

Considering Murphy went to a split decision with Sara McMann in her UFC debut, she’ll probably be retained by the UFC regardless of the results this weekend. That said, her performance against McMann could be forgotten in a hurry should she miss weight on Friday and then lose badly on Saturday.

 

Gray Maynard and Alexander Yakovlev

It has only been a little over three years since Gray Maynard had his third meeting with Frankie Edgar, but The Bully has plummeted down the lightweight ladder since then.

Maynard has only won once in his past six outings. Moreover, the former title challenger has been knocked out in four of his past five appearances, which has caused some to question whether or not he should call it quits.

Despite losing in his first two UFC bouts, Alexander Yakovlev has now been matched up with another big-name opponent. Having already lost to Demian Maia, Yakovlev has not been given much chance to succeed by UFC matchmakers.

Getting cut due to a loss against Maynard would be rough, but it’s hard to imagine the UFC keeping a 0-3 fighter like Yakovlev around.

 

Ron Stallings and Justin Jones

Both Ron Stallings and Justin Jones had tough UFC debut matchups, but they need to get those losses behind them and back into the win column at UFC Fight Night 63.

Facing Uriah Hall in his first UFC outing, Stallings was predictably knocked out in the opening round. If he were younger and had more time to develop, it’s possible the UFC would give him more slack, but the time is now for the 32-year-old Stallings to prove he belongs on the UFC roster.

At 3-0, Jones entered the UFC without much pro experience, and he was welcomed with a loss against The Ultimate Fighter 19 winner Corey Anderson. Should Jones lose again on Saturday, it could mean he needs more times to develop with smaller promotions.

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Two explosive title fights are set for UFC 187 as light heavyweight champ Jon Jones takes on Anthony Johnson and middleweight champ Chris Weidman looks to defend his belt against Vitor Belfort. Tickets are on sale now!

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2015 Bloody Elbow MMA Scouting Report #3 Middleweight: Khalil Rountree
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In June of 2014 Rontree turned pro and debuted in the Resurrection Fighting Alliance, and has won 2 fights in that promotion. He is set for his third fight in the RFA on April 10th. MMA fans might know Rountree as the fighter who was rumored to have

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UFC correspondent Megan Olivi recaps the day in London, England on the second-last stop of the UFC 189 World Championship Tour. Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo speak to the assembled media at the Hotel Cafe Royal.

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Less than 13 months after Booto Guylain died after a pro MMA fight in South Africa, Ramin Zeynalov has reportedly died while competing in an amateur bout in Azerbaijan last week. Bloody Elbow cites local source Sportbox with the original report.

According to the report, the 27-year-old Azerbaijani fighter was rendered unconscious after getting hit in the head by an unknown opponent in a national tournament, leading to a brain hemorrhage.

Zeynalov‘s brother, Rahman, said his younger sibling didn’t inform his family of his plans to take the fight. Although he had no success, Rahman said he attempted to talk Ramin out of accepting the bout.

Ramin is the youngest brother in the family. He did not tell anyone that he had filed an application to participate in the fighting without rules. We found out about it by accident. Of course we started to dissuade him, saying that he had a family, he does not need, but he was not listening. He did not need the money, it was just his passion. He has a wonderful family, including his little daughter.

Rahman, a police officer in Azerbaijan, said the death of his brother is being investigated. He also said he harbors no ill will toward Ramin‘s unknown opponent. 

“I can not blame him for the death of (my) brother — he attacked him not with weapons; it was a battle, Rahman said.”

Bloody Elbow’s report didn’t specify whether the tournament was sanctioned. 

Guylain’s reported death would make him the fourth MMA fighter to die due to injuries sustained during sanctioned MMA fights.

After suffering cerebral hemorrhages in their pro bouts, 30-year-old Michael Kirkham and 35-year-old Sam Vasquez both died. Thirty-year-old Tyrone Mims died after an amateur fight, although the cause of death in that case was never determined.  

In September 2013, former pro Leandro “Feijao” Souza died while attempting to cut weight prior to Shooto Brazil 43 in Rio de Janeiro. The Nova Uniao product apparently died from a stroke.

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Will there be a UFC event at Madison Square Garden before the end of 2015?

UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta is still skeptical but says he feels better about it getting done than he has in the past.


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Mexican featherweight contender Ricardo “The Bully” Lamas battles Dennis Bermudez in his home country of Mexico. Lamas looks to make his climb back into title contention as he takes on Chad “Money” Mendes in the main event at UFC Fight Night Fairfax.

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A huge light heavyweight bout between former contenders Alexander Gustafsson and Glover Teixeira has been booked for the upcoming UFC Fight Night 69 event. The news was first reported by Swedish MMA site Kimura.se and was then confirmed by UFC President Dana White in an interview with MMA Crazy TV on YouTube.

The fight features two fan-favorite sluggers in desperate need of a win.

Gustafsson, who became an overnight sensation through his UFC 165 bout with Jon Jones, had his dreams of an immediate rematch squashed when the UFC booked Teixeira to face Jones at UFC 172. While Gustafsson worked his way back into contention by beating Jimi Manuwa at UFC Fight Night 37, he was forced to withdraw from a UFC 178 bout with Jones and was replaced by Daniel Cormier. From there, he went on to lose to Anthony “Rumble” Johnson at UFC on Fox 14.

Teixeira, on the other hand, tore apart the Brazilian MMA scene from 2009 through 2012 and entered the Octagon with a great deal of hype. While he initially made good on the high expectations placed on him by UFC brass, he was absolutely mauled by Jones at UFC 172 and was then handily defeated by Phil Davis at UFC 179, which left his place in the division completely unclear.

Gustafsson vs. Teixeira is expected to serve as the main event for UFC Fight Night 69, which will take place in Berlin on June 20. No other bouts have been announced for the event, so stick with Bleacher Report for more details on the card as they become available.

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Flyweight champ Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson takes on the next challenger to his throne, Chris “Kamikaze” Cariaso. Johnson looks to defend his title against Kyoji Horiguchi in the main event at UFC 186 in Montreal.

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Rising lightweight Tony Ferguson will go in search of his sixth straight win when he faces former Strikeforce champ Josh Thomson at an upcoming UFC Fight Night.

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Less than 13 months after Booto Guylain died after a pro MMA fight in South Africa, Ramin Zeynalov suffered the same fate after competing in an amateur bout in Azerbaijan last week, according to a report from Bloody Elbow.

The 27-year-old Azerbaijani fighter was rendered unconscious after getting slammed and mounted by an unknown opponent in what was a national tournament held at The Hovsan Olympic Complex. Zeynalov died from a brain hemorrhage sustained during the fight.

In this video of the bout, it appears that Zeynalov attempted to lock up an arm-in guillotine choke, only to get slammed hard to the mat by a double-leg takedown. The black belt in taekwondo seemed conscious for seconds after the slam, even making a last-ditch effort to pull off the guillotine as his opponent moved into the mount.

What happened next was unclear, to say the least.

While releasing his guillotine attempt, Zeynalov went limp after slowly losing consciousness. The bout’s referee, however, didn’t recognize Zeynalov‘s dire state until his foe unleashed a punch from the mount. But due to the video’s poor quality, it wasn’t evident whether Zeynalov‘s opponent actually landed the punch or pulled it back at the last instant.

Zeynalov‘s brother, Rahman, said his younger sibling didn’t inform his family of his plans to take the fight. Although he had no success, Rahman said he attempted to talk Ramin out of accepting the bout.

Ramin is the youngest brother in the family. He did not tell anyone that he had filed an application to participate in the fighting without rules. We found out about it by accident. Of course we started to dissuade him, saying that he had a family, he does not need, but he was not listening. He did not need the money, it was just his passion. He has a wonderful family, including his little daughter.

Rahman, a police officer in Azerbaijan, said the death of his brother is being investigated. He also said he harbors no ill will toward Ramin‘s unknown opponent. 

“I can not blame him for the death of (my) brother — he attacked him not with weapons; it was a battle, Rahman said.”

Bloody Elbow’s report didn’t specify whether the tournament was sanctioned. 

Guylain was the fourth MMA fighter to pass away due to injuries sustained during sanctioned MMA fights.

After suffering cerebral hemorrhages in their pro bouts, 30-year-old Michael Kirkham and 35-year-old Sam Vasquez both died. Thirty-year-old Tyrone Mims passed away after an amateur fight, although the cause of death in that case was never determined.  

In September 2013, former pro Leandro “Feijao” Souza died while attempting to cut weight prior to Shooto Brazil 43 in Rio de Janeiro. The Nova Uniao product apparently died from a stroke.

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Conor McGregor, of Ireland, will fight Jose Aldo on July 11 in Las Vegas. (AP)

Did Conor McGregor slap Jose Aldo? Does it matter? MMA fans can’t get enough of the Irishman’s shenanigans.


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Kyoji Horiguchi takes on Jon Delos Reyes in a a flyweight bout that will move one of them a step closer to a title shot.

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  • Wanderlei Silva Comments On Rumors Of Talking With WWE
    MMA legend Wanderlei Silva addressed the rumors of possibly working an angle with Chael Sonnen in WWE during a recent radio appearance. "The Axe Murderer" appeared on "Submission Radio" recently and spoke about the rumors, saying he is no longer talking to WWE. "No. The talking don't continue, you know? 'Cause I'm a real fighter," […]
  • Ronda Rousey On WrestleMania 31 Appearance: “We’re Just Getting Started”
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  • Ben Askren On CM Punk: “He’s Got A Long Way To Go”
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  • Ronda Rousey To Work Match At Next Year’s WrestleMania?
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  • Photo: Dana White Reacts To Ronda Rousey At WrestleMania 31
    Dana White enjoyed his biggest star stealing the show at WWE's biggest event of the year on Sunday night. The UFC President posted a photo of himself watching as Ronda Rousey joined The Rock in creating a "WrestleMania Moment" at Sunday's WrestleMania 31 event at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, before an announced attendance […]
  • Video: UFC 189 “World Championship Tour” Embedded — Episode Eight
    UFC is giving their ongoing UFC 189 "World Championship Tour" the "Embedded" treatment, and episode eight is now available. The official description for episode eight of UFC 189 World Championship Tour Embedded, which you can watch above, reads as follows: "On Episode 8 of UFC 189 World Championship Tour Embedded, featherweight champion Jose Aldo and […]
  • Video: Complete Ronda Rousey Segment From WrestleMania 31
    As noted, UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey and Hollywood A-lister Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson stole the show at WWE's WrestleMania 31 event on Sunday night, and we've got the full segment for you right here. Check out the video above to watch as Rousey and The Rock lay the smack down on Triple H […]
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    UPDATE: You can watch the complete Ronda Rousey segment with The Rock from WrestleMania 31 by clicking here. Ronda Rousey not only showed up at WrestleMania 31 on Sunday night, she helped steal the show. "Rowdy" Ronda, who as we noted earlier this evening, was in town for WrestleMania 31 at Levi's Stadium in Santa […]
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  • Video: UFC 189 “World Championship Tour” Embedded — Episode Seven
    UFC is giving their ongoing UFC 189 "World Championship Tour" the "Embedded" treatment, and episode seven is now available. The official description for episode seven of UFC 189 World Championship Tour Embedded, which you can watch above, reads as follows: "On Episode 7 of UFC 189 World Championship Tour Embedded, featherweight champion Jose Aldo channels […]
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