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Mad for MMA: Meet the martial art obsessed McKennas
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They even go on MMA-themed holidays. Their hobby combines different combat sports and Olympic disciplines including boxing, judo, Brazilian jiu-jitsu and wrestling. Mum Wendy said: “MMA brings us all together. “On our last holiday we went to California

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Fight fans wanted it, and now they’ve got it, as UFC FIGHT PASS’ special Black Friday deal is back for a limited time, starting Sunday, November 29. With this special offer, which lasts until Tuesday at midnight EST, new subscribers to UFC FIGHT PASS, the UFC’s digital streaming service, will receive a free Google Chromecast device with a one-year subscription. So, in addition to viewing the biggest library in mixed martial arts, as well as live events from the UFC, Invicta FC, Pancrase, Shooto Brazil and Titan FC, on your PC, television or mobile device, you can also download the UFC app an … Read the Full Article Here

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The next time Joe Rogan is in Los Angeles, Calif., he might want to watch his back.

That’s because Cristiane Santos, otherwise known as “Cyborg,” recently declared (via MMA Digest) she would like to meet up and teach him a lesson, “Brazilian Style,” for his recent “dick” joke.

The longtime Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) commentator — as well as fellow comedian and friend, Tony Hinchcliffe — caught the ire of the current Invicta FC featherweight champion during a recent edition of “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast after they suggested she had a penis.

Read all about it here.

That prompted her to call the duo — as well as UFC president Dana White — a bunch of bullies for having a laugh at her expense.

Rogan has yet to comment on the issue, but Tony didn’t have a problem going to-to-toe with Cris on Twitter. But, would he take the challenge of going one-one-one inside the cage with “Cyborg?”

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Never shy to share his unfiltered opinion, MMA veteran Ben Askren claims Ronda Rousey “bought into her own hype so much,” and that could be one of the primary reasons she was devastated by Holly Holm at UFC 193 in Melbourne, Australia earlier this month.

Askren spoke about the Rousey-Holm fight during his appearance on Monday’s “MMA Hour” with Ariel Helwani.

“I think she bought into her own hype so much, that this was just so devastating,” Askren said. “It’s going to be hard to come back from.”

Askren continued, “One of my favorite topics to read about my whole life has just been famous athletes, and a lot of those have been combat athletes. Sometimes when you buy into your own hype that much and the bubble gets bursted, it’s hard to come back from.”

Regarding what the UFC should do next with Rousey, Askren has a very specific idea.

“I think I depends on the athlete, but with Ronda, the way she reacted, 100-percent, I would say you’ve got to put her against a few people who she could beat up pretty easy and then see what happens,” Askren said. “Because Holly beat her everywhere. I mean, Holly really had a great game plan she executed, which, for us who know fighting, it was tough to predict because Holly didn’t look that great in all of her other fights. Whether it was her early fights or her UFC fights, she didn’t look that great. And then she just looked freaking amazing a couple weeks ago.”

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MMA Fighting
Jon Jones: UFC wouldn't have stripped title if I had been ready to fight
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The narrative has been passed along often over the last seven months. UFC president Dana White and CEO Lorenzo Fertitta went down to Albuquerque the day after Jon Jones' arrest. Later that day — April 27 to be exact — White went on Fox Sports 1 and …
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Jose Aldo on Ronda Rousey's Legacy: 'She Changed Women's MMA'
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It wasn’t pretty, but Tyson Fury got it done.

The massive heavyweight pugilist upset longtime champion, Wladimir Klitschko, handing him his first loss in more than a decade yesterday (Sat., Nov. 28, 2015) inside Esprit Arena in Dusseldorf, Germany.

The now-former The Ring, IBF, WBO, IBO and WBA Heavyweight boxing champion didn’t look good, as Klitschko refused to engage in the bout, as Tyson Fury mocked him en route to an unlikely unanimous decision victory.

And one of the biggest upsets in boxing history came to be (full recap here).

As you can see in the highlights above, (via ESPN), Klitshcko (64-4, 53 KO), it seemed, didn’t have a clue how to deal with Fury’s highly-awkward head movement and unorthodox punching.


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Yesterday (Sat., Nov. 28, 2015), Doo Ho Choi and Sam Sicilia slugged it out at UFC Fight Night 79 inside Olympic Gymnastics Arena in Seoul, South Korea. In a violent showcase, Choi won via knockout. Find out how below!

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight fighters Doo Ho Choi and Sam Sicilia battled yesterday (Sat., Nov. 28, 2015) at UFC Fight Night 79 inside Olympic Gymnastics Arena in Seoul, South Korea.

Choi entered this bout with a fair bit of momentum considering his inactivity. Having finished the majority of his fights via knockout, Choi was looking to earn the biggest win of his young career in similarly devastating fashion.

Meanwhile, Sicilia entered this bout as the battle-tested veteran. He’d already proven his worth inside the Octagon and served as a perfect test for the South Korean combatant.

“Korean Superboy” passed that test in spectacular fashion.

Early on, Sicilia wasted little time in trying to swing for his opponent’s jaw. However, Choi was the longer and sharper fighter, slipping his head and looking to counter with the same massive right hand that won his debut.

It didn’t take long for Choi to connect, and he connected hard. Sicilia went down, but he returned to his feet quickly. Despite being well-aware of Choi’s power, Sicilia continued to chase his opponent down with big punches and takedown attempts.

Sicilia’s aggression proved to be his undoing, as Choi continued to connect on counter punches. Eventually, another right hand put Sicilia down for good, as Choi followed up with some brutal ground strikes and forced a stoppage.

UFC couldn’t have asked for a better performance from Choi, who blasted a game opponent in about two minutes. It didn’t reveal anything new about his game, but it did prove the South Korean’s potential once more.

At this point, we don’t know much from Choi’s UFC fights. Basically, he’s very large for the division — a trait that seems to be common among South Korean fighters — and can counter punch extremely well. Whether there are holes in his game or he’s a true contender is yet to be discovered, but finding out is sure to be fun.

After this win, a scrap with someone like Maximo Blanco would make sense. There’s no reason to throw him to the wolves just yet, but a step up in competition is definitely deserved.

While Sicilia likely didn’t have the skill set to be able to find success anyway, this wasn’t the greatest strategy for him. Against a dangerous counter striker and knockout threat, he repeatedly leaped in with little setups or feints.

I admire the heart, but that was never going to work out well.

Instead, Sicilia needed to rely on feints more, and wait for his opportunities to explode into his power shots. Plus, patience would’ve helped him draw out the fight. Choi is a very large fighter with a habit of finishing quickly — there’s a decent chance he’d be far less dangerous as the fight wore on.

Regardless, Sicilia did his job, which was to test the up-and-comer. Unfortunately for him, he was destroyed with relative ease, but it doesn’t change his position in the division. In all likelihood, Sicilia will find himself in the cage with another hungry prospect before long.

Yesterday, Doo Ho Choi backed up his hype by knocking out Sam Sicilia. How high can the South Korean climb in the coming years?

For complete UFC Fight Night 79: “Henderson vs Masvidal” results and play-by-play, click HERE!

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“Bones” maintains the support from “Rowdy” was overwhelming during his time out of the public spotlight.

Back when Jon Jones was at his lowest of lows following a hit-and-run car accident, then women’s Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey was in his corner.

“Bones” struck a pregnant woman’s car last April and was promptly stripped of his Light Heavyweight title by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) brass. Jones was then suspended indefinitely before eventually reaching a plea agreement with Albuquerque, N.M., prosecutors in late September.

During his roughly five-month suspension is when “Rowdy” reached out to the former pound-for-pound superstar (via MMA Fighting).

“Ronda has actually been very supportive of me. She texted me quite a few times, man. She even invited me to come and stay at her beach house in California. ‘Jon, you’re going to come back from this. Anything I can do for you, you let me know. If you want to get away, I got a house here and not many people know where it’s at or whatever. It’s your house until you get right. Stuff like that just shows you, man, this girl is on top of the world right now and she’s sitting here thinking about me at my darkest hour. That’s something that I’ll never forget.”

Jones was reinstated by the mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion last month and is likely slated for a rematch with current 205-pound king and nemesis Daniel Cormier in early 2016.

The New York native is hoping to clash heads with “DC,” who he defeated via unanimous decision at the UFC 182 pay-per-view (PPV) back in January, in “The Big Apple.”

Jones has clearly been putting his time away to good use, working his way back into Octagon shape.

He’s pondered what a showdown with ex-Heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez might be like in the past, and right now, it appears the standout wrestler is doing a lot of bulking so it’s definitely possible the duo meet some time down the road.

It will be at least another few months before we see Jones back inside the Octagon. Maybe he can repay the kindness offered up by Rousey and help the profound Judo player in her quest to regain the 135-pound strap she lost to Holly Holm?

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As it turns out, Invicta FC Featherweight Champion Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino was bothered by the recent “penis” comment on Joe Rogan’s podcast more than people might have thought.

Cyborg released a video, which you can view above, where she claims she wants to beat up Rogan “Brazilian style” for the comments on his podcast where it was stated that Cyborg “has a penis.”

The podcast, which featured UFC President Dana White and comedian Tony Hinchcliffe, can be heard at YouTube.com.

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