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Despite being denied a license to fight in Nevada this week, light heavyweight Thiago Silva will fight again in the World Series of Fighting promotion.

That’s according to matchmaker and WSOF Executive Vice President Ali Abdel-Aziz, who addressed the situation Wednesday in an interview with Bleacher Report.

“Yes, we’ll book him again,” Abdel-Aziz said. “I feel bad for Thiago. He’s not going to be able to fight, to make money. But he understands. It is what it is.”

In February 2014, Silva was arrested and charged with aggravated battery and resisting an officer after he barricaded himself in his home following a confrontation with his then-estranged wife, Thaysa Kamiji. He was released by the UFC, with UFC President Dana White telling TMZ Sports that Silva would “never fight in the UFC again.”

However, the UFC reinstated Silva later that year after Silva’s wife fled the country and all charges were dropped.

The story took yet another turn when Kamiji released videos that purported to show Silva on drugs and brandishing a gun. The UFC released Silva again.

The World Series of Fighting signed Silva in January. Though the move raised eyebrows, Abdel-Aziz said he did due diligence on Silva, including speaking with some of Silva’s training-camp teammates at the Blackzilians camp in Florida.

“When he became a free agent, I went to Rashad Evans. I went to [camp owner] Glenn Robinson,” Abdel-Aziz said. “They said he was a good guy who just got caught in a bad situation. … I don’t have the authority as a human being to judge. That’s for the court.”

Abdel-Aziz also suggested the Nevada State Athletic Commissionwhich denied Silva a license based on “past issues,” perhaps including his failure to attend a hearing related to his prior doctoring of a urine sampledid not properly inform Silva or WSOF officials of the hearing.

“We didn’t know because they didn’t tell us about it,” Abdel-Aziz said. “But I’m not going to point fingers. We’re going to move forward.”

Speaking of moving forward, Abdel-Aziz said that despite his intention to schedule Silva for another fight, Silva is subject to the WSOF’s “zero-tolerance” policy. In essence, if Silva is convicted of a crime in the future, he will then face his release from WSOF.

“I don’t know what happened. I wasn’t there,” Abdel-Aziz said. “But his friends say he’s good. Around me, he’s very respectful. We ask him to do something, and he does it. … If a judge doesn’t convict him, I don’t convict him. Everybody has a story.”

The 32-year-old Silva (16-4) is 0-1 in WSOF. He sustained a knockout loss to Teddy Holder in his first and only fight.

Silva’s opponent at WSOF 22, Mike Kyle, will now face Clifford Starks at the event.

Scott Harris writes about MMA for Bleacher Report. Feel free to follow Scott on Twitter. All quotes obtained firsthand unless otherwise noted.

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Khabib Nurmagomedov doesn’t want to rush things. After all, that’s why he’s on the shelf now. Following his second ACL repair in as many years, the UFC’s No. 3-ranked lightweight is now aiming for a December return to action.

That’s later than initial estimates of September or October, but Nurmagomedov said Wednesday in an exclusive interview with Bleacher Report that a doctor’s visit this week firmed up the timeline and he is taking extra caution to prevent additional injury.

He’ll resume full training soon with a goal of fighting before the end of the year.

“In one more month, they say I can begin hard training,” Nurmagomedov said. “I can’t wait. I can’t wait. This is really hard for me.”

The 26-year-old Nurmagomedov (22-0) said he hopes to return at UFC 194 on December 5 or at UFC on Fox 17 on December 19. His desired opponent? One Anthony Pettis, the former champion with whom Nurmagomedov has traded barbs on social media. He is also sidelined with an injury.

“I want me versus Pettis,” he said. “He’s still injured, I’m still injured. All my life, all my career, I say I want to fight the best. If I cannot fight for title, I still want to fight top guys.”

That title fight? It’s expected to take place between champ Rafael dos Anjos and challenger Donald Cerrone some time later this year. Nurmagomedov dismissed that contest based largely on the fact that he defeated Dos Anjos by decision in 2014. He was also briefly linked to a bout with Cerrone in fall 2014, but his initial knee injury derailed that.

“Dos Anjos vs. Cowboy? No,” Nurmagomedov said. “This is not a big fight. For me, it’s not interesting. I think me and Pettis, that’s the biggest fight, for sure.”

In the meantime, Nurmagomedov, who hails from the Dagestan region of Russia but regularly trains at the American Kickboxing Academy in California, is maintaining a light workload. After tearing his knee for the second time in April, according to AKA head coach Javier Mendez, Nurmagomedov returned to full training at “90 percent.” The knee “didn’t hold,” Mendez told Bloody Elbow, and it was re-injured.

As a result of the successive setbacks, Nurmagomedov has only fought three times in the past two years, icing a career that was just heating up.

Still, The Eagle seems positive and determined to learn from the experience.

“I’m just doing a lot of exercise, a lot of therapy, a lot of massage,” Nurmagomedov said. “I’ve had two surgeries in a row. I want to give myself more time. After I come back, I want to be back. I want to push myself.”

Scott Harris writes about MMA for Bleacher Report. For more stuff like this, follow Scott on Twitter. All quotes obtained firsthand unless otherwise noted.

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Fedor Emelianenko is returning to MMA, and his first order of business is to defeat the man who knocked him from his throne five years ago.

The former Pride heavyweight champion’s decade-long undefeated run was a phenomenon unlike anything ever seen in MMA history. I can remember gathering around the television with family and friends to watch Emelianenko make the long trek to the Pride ring.

There was always a mystical aura surrounding him. In the ring, he was the Russian nightmare. He was judge, jury and executioner.

But that all ended at a Strikeforce event on June 26, 2010.

Emelianenko stepped into the cage with Fabricio Werdum, a heavyweight contender at the time. The Brazilian submission specialist didn’t possess the well-rounded skills back then that he has now.

Coming into the fight, it was obvious that Emelianenko’s best chance for victory was to keep the fight standing. But years of competing against some of the best grapplers in the world can sometimes create recklessness. After dropping Werdum with a flurry of strikes, Emelianenko pounced on his opponent without any regard for submissions, desperately looking to end the fight.

And then the unthinkable happened. Werdum isolated an arm and transitioned into a triangle armbar, which initiated the tap in the first round. Emelianenko went on to lose his next two fights in Strikeforce before finishing out his career with three wins in M-1.

But the retirement wouldn’t last.

Union MMA (h/t Bloody Elbow) reported two weeks ago that Emelianenko would be returning to MMA. Since the announcement of Emelianenko’s return, speculation has been running rampant as to which promotion will end up signing him to a deal.

M-1 and Bellator are naturally believed to be the front-runners to land his services. Bellator is being run by Scott Coker, who did business with Emelianenko during his time in Strikeforce, and M-1’s head honcho is Vadim Finkelchtein, Emelianenko’s former manager.

However, an early sense of favoritism may no longer be the case.

During a Q&A at a youth forum (h/t Bloody Elbow), Emelianenko had an interesting answer when asked whom he would like to fight in his first fight back in three years. According to “The Last Emperor,” he wants a second crack at Werdum, who is currently the UFC heavyweight champion.

Finkelchtein recently told Submission Radio that he believes the UFC has a “big chance” to sign Emelianenko, depending on the contract it offers him.

In a recent interview with Fox Sports’ Damon Martin, Werdum claimed he would sign on to fight Emelianenko in a rematch in the UFC.

 

Jordy McElroy is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He also is the MMA writer for FanRag Sports and co-founder of The MMA Bros.

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Ronda Rousey is as intimidating as any UFC fighter when she’s in the Octagon, but when she’s not fighting, she gets to show off her friendly side.

Rousey had a fun moment with a fan at an open workout for UFC 190. As she began to walk away, a young fan came up from behind and gave the fighter a huge hug.

While she may not have been expecting it, Rousey was more than happy to spend some time with her fan. She reciprocated the hug, dropped down to his level and had a chat with him.

And now this kid has an awesome memory that will last a lifetime.

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Las Vegas-based organization World Series of Fighting has made a bold move to improve its business model, officially announcing Carlos Silva as the company’s new CEO. The promotion announced the hiring Wednesday afternoon and stated that the move is effective immediately.

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Undefeated women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will put her title belt on the line Saturday in Brazil as the biggest betting favorite of her career against unbeaten No. 5 contender Bethe Correia in the main event at UFC 190.

Rousey (11-0) will be fighting outside North America for the first time and is at -1600 (bet $1,600 to win $100) against the Brazilian Correia (9-0), who is a +800 underdog (bet $100 to win $800) at sportsbooks monitored by Odds Shark with victories over two of the champ’s training partners in her past two bouts.

The challenger Correia will be attempting to become just the second opponent to ever take Rousey to the second round, as the past two have lasted a combined 30 seconds in the Octagon with her before being finished.

Miesha Tate made it to the third round in her championship fight with Rousey back in 2013 at UFC 168 before tapping out via her infamous armbar submission for the second time in as many bouts. The previous time came for the Strikeforce title in 2012.

Of her 11 MMA fights, Rousey has submitted nine opponents with an armbar, including six within the first minute of the first round. Previously, the biggest number on Rousey was -1000 when she fought Liz Carmouche in her UFC debut on Feb. 23, 2013. That UFC 157 bout ended with a Rousey armbar at the 4:49 mark of the first round.

In the co-main event at HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, former light heavyweight champ Mauricio “Shogun” Rua (22-10) will take on Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (21-6) in a rematch of their PRIDE battle from 10 years ago. Rua won the first bout by unanimous decision in what was named Fight of the Year, and he is a solid -200 betting favorite to win the second matchup as well.

Nogueira is a +160 underdog and has gone 2-3 in his past five fights with wins over Rashad Evans and Tito Ortiz, but he is coming off a first-round knockout loss to Anthony Johnson last July 26 in just 44 seconds. However, Rua has struggled even more recently, dropping four of his last five bouts, with the lone victory over James Te Huna via first-round knockout two years ago.

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LAS VEGAS — There was a time when Demetrious Johnson, the UFC’s reigning flyweight champion, mostly kept his mouth shut.

He garnered a reputation as a quiet and humble fighter who never rocked the boat. He said the right things at the right time. He was a nice guy who used nice language and was perhaps the kind of fighter you could use as an example for your friends who don’t watch mixed martial arts, as if to say: Hey, look at this guy. Not every fighter is a meat head. Look how nice he is!

Those days appear to be over. Don’t get me wrong; Johnson is still a very nice man. He is still someone you can hold up as a perfect example of how regular people exist in the zany world of mixed martial arts.

But Johnson had a conversation with Dave Sholler, the UFC vice president of public relations, who told him to stop editing himself and the things he says. He told him to lose the filter, to say what’s on his mind and to use the language he uses in his everyday life.

Johnson needed to be himself.

Johnson also looked around the UFC landscape and came to a realization. He saw other UFC stars facing legal troubles, and nothing happened to them. Most of them kept their jobs. If he started talking the way he does in his everyday life, sprinkling curse words in his answers, what’s the worst that could happen?

“That’s why I’m not editing myself any more. What’s [UFC President] Dana [White] going to do? He can call me and say I need to watch it,” Johnson says. “But hey, I’m not doing f—–g cocaine. I’m not out here smoking weed. I’m at home taking care of my wife and my kids. I’m not breaking the law. I’m just giving interviews.”

Johnson has long been lambasted for having what fans perceive as a boring personality. In a world where bombastic characters like Conor McGregor draw massive numbers on television and pay-per-view, Johnson has mostly been quiet, preferring to let his work in the Octagon do the talking for him.

He doesn’t really participate in the act of selling fights, and the results show: His pay-per-view numbers are among the lowest for any UFC champion.

Still, Johnson refuses to change. He believes he is the best fighter in the world and that being the best fighter in the world should be enough to entice fans to watch. Anyone who watches him and makes the assumption that he has a boring personality is dead wrong, he says.

“That’s because you don’t f—–g know me. You’re not my friend. Nobody here knows me like my best friend at home. We might not even know the real Conor McGregor. He might be shy. Someone said Renan Barao is very shy. I would never figure him being shy,” he says. “But you would never know that, because you don’t truly know that person. Just because a person has the personality to sell a fight, that’s not his personality. That’s just him doing his job to make more money.”

The funny part about Johnson dropping the Mr. Nice Guy facade he’s carried for years? He’s far more likely to connect with fans. They may have a bias against smaller fighters, and they might consider him boring in the Octagon.

But mixed martial arts fans have always gravitated to those who speak their mind and who don’t try to filter their words or present themselves as somebody they are not. It’s how Dana White became one of the biggest stars in the history of the sport, despite never once fighting in the cage.

It is funny how things can work. Johnson, a phenom in the cage, hasn’t been all that interesting outside of it. But this new version of Mighty Mouse, where he answers questions without hesitation and without regard for consequences?

He’s intriguing. He’ll connect with fans more than ever before.

And all it took was deciding to be himself, because the real Johnson is far more interesting than anything he could ever pretend to be.

 

Jeremy Botter covers mixed martial arts for Bleacher Report. Follow him on Twitter

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Michael Spinks did it. So did Michael Moorer several years later. Most recently — a decade ago — Roy Jones Jr. did it. All of these great fighters were, at one time, the light heavyweight world champion who eventually became a heavyweight titlist. Longtime veteran Antonio Tarver wants to join that list.

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Former UFC fighter Wanderlei Silva may have bitten off more than he can chew this time. According to BloodyElbow.com’s Paul Gift, Zuffa LLC (the UFC’s parent company) has filed a lawsuit against Silva due to “intentional misconduct.”

The cause? A series of Facebook posts made by Silva on July 22 that criticized the UFC’s new Reebok uniform policy and, more importantly, claimed the world’s largest MMA promotion fixed fights, and that he could prove it (h/t MMAJunkie.com for translating the original Facebook post). 

Silva has been crusading against the UFC and NSAC on social media since refusing a random drug test in May 2014, which resulted in a lifetime ban from the sport from the NSAC in September 2014 (though he is currently challenging that ban in court).

The Axe Murderer first hinted that the UFC was fixing fights on Twitter following UFC 189, where Conor McGregor defeated Chad Mendes, claiming there were “fake fights.” It wasn’t especially out of the ordinary for Silva, who frequently makes bombastic claims on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

A few days later, he went a step further on Facebook, saying (h/t MMAJunkie.com) “They have no respect for anyone. I’ve made it very clear to you all that I will never again fight for this promotion, the U.F. Circus. Fixed fightsand I can prove it! I haven’t yet dropped the bomb. I haven’t said everything I know!”

This barb crossed the line with the UFC.

Fight fixing is the greatest sin a promoter can commit. Attempting to rig fights, or even trying to influence the outcome, carries incredibly stiff penalties (including jail time), and can force all involved parties out of the combat sports game, permanently. According to the UFC’s lawsuit, (h/t Fox Sports’ Damon Martin), “Linking the UFC, its owners and senior management with illegal fight fixing is a direct attack on their reputations and alleged lack of fitness for business.”

Where things go from here is unclear. In spite of claiming Silva has proof of fixed fights, he has yet to provide any, or even openly point to any fights that he believes weren’t legitimate. If the Pride FC legend did, indeed, confabulate the claims, he may find himself at the mercy of the UFC’s legal team.

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