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Another month, another chance for MMA prospects to prove their worth. That’s right folks, the MMA train never stops. It continues to roll, month in and month out.

At the Beaten Path, it is our job to make sure you keep your eye on the next wave of top-level talent. These men and women will grace the major leagues soon enough, and you need to get a head start on getting to know them.

We are headed to the month of August. Who are the five prospects you should keep your eye on? Here they are in all their potential glory.

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Five rounds in the UFC will take a toll on a fighter’s body, but 25 minutes between Matt Brown and Robbie Lawler left the two competitors in opposing positions following UFC on Fox 12.

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UFC President Dana White recently met with the former face of women’s mixed martial arts, Gina Carano, in an attempt to negotiate her contract, so that she may fight in the UFC’s Octagon for the first time. Talks are still underway.

White told MMA Weekly (h/t Yahoo Sports) that if a deal was made, Carano would most likely face the current face of women’s MMA, undefeated UFC bantamweight champion and Olympic judo medalist Ronda Rousey.

Regarding an immediate title shot, White stated, “I think so. It’ll probably be early December. … Gina is important. I think it is a big fight. It’s a fight that Ronda Rousey wants, and Ronda’s been very good to us. If that’s what she wants, then I’m gonna try and get it done.”

Irrespective of Rousey’s desires, Carano hasn’t fought professionally in almost five years. In addition, her one-dimensional fighting style and lack of quality opponents hindered the fighter-turned-movie star’s growth, which make it much more unreasonable for her to face, much less defeat Rousey.

 

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Carano boasts an MMA record of 7-1. The Texas native last fought in August 2009. She lost to Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino at Strikeforce: Carano vs. Cyborg in her quest to secure the featherweight championship.

Following her loss, Carano embarked on a successful movie career, which saw her star in movies such as Haywire and Fast & Furious 6. However, earlier this year, the 32-year-old appeared on the Arsenio Hall Show and expressed her motives for returning to the fight game.

Carano stated:

I love it (fighting). It’s something I can do that makes everything else disappear, and I dream about it. I just didn’t know if I was ever going to, you know, get placed with the opportunity to make a comeback. So, I’m either going to do it now, or I’m gonna retire and just say, ‘Ok, I’m never gonna do it. So, like now is the moment, I feel.’

Carano left the combative sport at the height of her MMA career. Within the last five years, however, women’s MMA has grown exponentially. The UFC implemented a 135-pound women’s division in 2012. Currently, there are 29 women on the brand’s roster. The list includes former professional boxers, kickboxers and Olympic medalist.

Carano may wish to return from an almost five-year layoff, but the playing field that is women’s MMA has evolved beyond measure within that time. Even in her prime, the former face of women’s MMA was greatly one-dimensional, relying mainly on her size, strength and muay thai skills to dominate her opponents.

In fact, Carano felt so uncomfortable with her ground game that during her matchup against Cyborg, she inexplicably stood up from a highly advantageous, full mount position. She was eventually beaten on her feet and suffered a technical knockout with one second remaining in the first round.

Ultimately, though, Carano last raised her hand in MMA victory almost six years ago. Her quality of opponents lagged, but that was the best that women’s MMA had to offer at the time.

For instance, perhaps the two most-known opponents Carano fought (besides Cyborg) are Kaitlin Young and Julie Kedzie. However, they sport records of 7-8 and 16-13, respectively. Young has lost her last three fights and Kedzie her last four. The latter fighter retired following her most recent loss.

In contrast, two of Rousey’s last three opponents consisted of an Olympic wrestling medalist and someone who took the champion out of the first round for the first time in her career.

Despite the tremendous accolades of her 135-pound counterparts, Rousey has made a mockery out of the women’s division. The former Olympian has finished all of her opponents, including five of the top 10 women in her division.

Given her greatly extensive layoff, plus her heavy stand-up game and lack of quality opponents in her prime, Carano’s chances of defeating Rousey appear grim at best.

 

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Realistically, after such a long period of inactivity, it would behoove Carano to accept a fight or two before tackling the phenom that is Rousey. However, a loss to any contender other than the champion would drop Carano’s stock, and interest in a matchup between her and Rousey would fade.

At the end of the day, the UFC is a business. Therefore, irrespective of how questionably deserving Carano is of an immediate title shot, monetarily speaking, a bout between her and Rousey is logically sound. Undoubtedly, a matchup between the former and the current face of women’s MMA will draw record numbers.

However, regardless of the massive amount of money that this fight brings in, it doesn’t negate the circus fight that is Rousey vs. Carano.

 

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Cathal Pendred was on the verge of having his UFC dreams come to an end.

After falling short of the finals on The Ultimate Fighter 19, Pendred was knocked down and hurt badly in his official UFC debut against Mike King. With a few more unanswered punches, the Irishman would have gone the way of so many unsuccessful TUF veterans before him.

However, Pendred turned things around and ended up winning on July 19. In doing so, Pendred likely saved his UFC career. He’s likely earned at least a couple of more trips to the Octagon and could now stand alongside Conor McGregor as a face of Irish MMA.

Pendred hasn’t been the only fighter to bounce back in the middle of a UFC bout over recent months. Here are the 10 best comebacks through the first seven months of the 2014 calendar.

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Robbie Lawler was only one of several Top 15 fighters to showcase their skills on Saturday. UFC on Fox 12 also featured big wins by Anthony Johnson, Dennis Bermudez and Bobby Green.

All four contenders took important steps toward title shots in their respective divisions. Though, surprisingly, none of the main card winners moved upward in the UFC divisional rankings.

What movement did result from the weekend’s bouts?

Here are the latest official UFC rankings via UFC.com, which are voted on by various members of the MMA media.

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Expectation can be a difficult thing to hold in mixed martial arts, but Aljamain Sterling has worn it well.

After an impressive run on smaller stages around the sport that served to built a solid amount of buzz around his name, the 24-year-old New York native received the call to bring his services to the UFC. Sterling’s blend of tenacity, pressure and grappling prowess proved far too much for competition on the regional scene to handle, and questions lingered as to how the Serra-Longo product would fare on the biggest stage in MMA.

While competing in the UFC was going to bring an added element of pressure, Sterling welcomed the challenge.

“There is definitely a certain amount of pressure, but that’s where I want to be,” Sterling told Bleacher Report. “Pressure is fun, man, but at the same time, there is no such thing as pressure unless you place it on yourself. I come alive in the nighttime. That is one of the things I tell people in the gym all the time because I can’t wait to step in and fight. I come alive under those bright lights. I learned that mentality through wrestling.

“I didn’t perform the way I think I could have in the national tournament. I definitely believe I had the potential to have been a national champion at least one time, but I let it slip through my fingers because I wasn’t there mentally. Now, when I get under those bright lights it is game on and I’m ready to go.”

Hype dictates attention in combat sports, and the “Funk Master” came into his promotional debut against Cody Gibson at UFC 170 on a mission to show and prove. The Uniondale-based fighter was eager to stamp his place on the UFC roster, and after a hard-fought 15-minute affair in Las Vegas, Sterling stood with his hand raised inside the Octagon, with his undefeated record still intact.

Yet, his performance against Gibson was more efficient than entertainment, and Sterling felt like he needed a definitive showing in his next outing.

He wanted to prove how dominant his skill set could be, and that opportunity came against Hugo Viana at Fight Night 45 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and the talented young prospect certainly made a statement. After grinding the Brazilian down for two rounds, Sterling turned up the pressure in the final frame and put the “Wolverine” away with a flurry of strikes.

Finishing the gritty veteran was the statement he was looking to make and a sample of what Sterling is looking to bring to the increasingly competitive bantamweight fold.

“I was definitely happy with my performance,” Sterling said. “I got the finish so I don’t have anything to complain about there, but there are definitely a few things I could have done a lot better. That’s just the way I am. I like to make sure I dominate every single aspect of fighting and any type of competition. There is no coasting. My first fight in the UFC wasn’t all that impressive, and I definitely wanted to show that I had a lot more than what I displayed in my first fight.

“With two fights in the UFC now, I feel like the experience is starting to come. I showed a big improvement from my first fight to my second, and I think people are going to see an even bigger improvement in my next fight. My goal is always keep improving, and I’m still young. I’ve been training now for three years and took a year off to recover from shoulder surgery. I’m only going to get better and keep developing my game.”

When it comes to Sterling crafting his skill set, that work goes down under the tutelage of a pair of heralded coaches in Ray Longo and Matt Serra.

The Long Island-based fight team has become one of the premier collectives in MMA with their rise being tied directly to the success of middleweight sensation and UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman. Yet, what “The All-American” started in his upset of Anderson Silva last year at UFC 162 in July, then repeated five months later at UFC 168, his Serra-Longo teammates have fed off in their respective journeys. 

The fighters in that fold have been finding success inside the cage, and Sterling believes it is a credit to the dedication that is shown inside of the gym.

“We are doing great things over here with our team,” Sterling said. “I keep telling people I think there is something in the water. We are definitely making some noise, and I think that is a reflection of how hard we work. Al [IaQuinta] is coming up next, and he’s ready to show his skills. He was dominating his last fight and just caught. I know he will be coming back with a vengeance and will be looking to put a stamp on his next opponent. I feel bad for that guy. 

“It’s an incredible time to be at the gym and an exciting atmosphere to be around. It feels great to have so much support and positive energy around you. There are a lot of good folks in our circle, and we are having an awesome time. I think everyone is glad they are there.”

While Sterling is still in the early stages of his development as a mixed martial artist, one person who sees the tremendous amount of potential he possesses is Longo.

The straight-talking coach has a proven eye for talent, and he’s beyond impressed with what Sterling brings to the table. Longo believes the sky is the limit for the rangy bantamweight and is confident Sterling’s talent and work ethic will yield success inside the Octagon.

“Unbelievable is the best word I can use,” Longo said. “He is a super-gifted kid with a phenomenal skill set. He’s long and big for his weight class. Once he really starts to understand distance and setting up some of his punches and kicks, you are going to see a big difference in this kid. He’s still growing, and he’s honestly one of the most gifted guys I’ve ever seen.”

With an undefeated 10-0 record and lofty expectations to live up to, the road ahead for Sterling will be one where every obstacle comes with a bigger spotlight. While it may take a bit for the biggest opportunities of his career to present themselves, Sterling has no problem putting in the work it is going to take for him to get where he wants to go.

He knows mixed martial arts is an unpredictable game where the biggest moments can arise at any time, but until that happens, he’s going to keep his focus locked on becoming a better fighter than he was the last time he stepped into the Octagon.

“I believe slow and steady wins the race,” Sterling said. “I only have 10 fights, and most of the other fighters in my division have twice that. I don’t think there is any reason to rush anything, but if a big opportunity does come my way, I’m always going to be ready. My goal is always be improving, and that’s what I’m working hard to do.”

 

Duane Finley is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. All quotes are obtained firsthand, unless noted otherwise.  

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Johny Hendricks is looking to build his own legacy in MMA, and he secretly hopes that former UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre is a part of it.

Much has changed since the epic yet controversial title fight from nearly a year ago.

St-Pierre is no longer an active fighter on the UFC roster, and Hendricks is the reigning welterweight champ. While “Big Rigg” refuses to dwell on the past, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that the split-decision loss to St-Pierre at UFC 167 still irks him.

A chance to catch the torch from arguably the greatest fighter in MMA history eluded Hendricks that night, and sadly, it’s an opportunity he may never get back.

Hendricks told Ariel Helwani on Monday, during an appearance on The MMA Hour, that he would like a rematch with St-Pierre: 

Realistically, I’m not going to lie. I would like to fight him again because now the tides are changed, and not only that, that was my first five round fight. I’m getting smarter, I’m getting better the longer I’m in the Octagon and the more I hit that fifth round. I don’t want to continue to hit that fifth round, but it’s a good learning curve, that first one was. That’s why I was sort of excited to think that I was going to get a rematch.

Unfortunately for Hendricks, the rematch with St-Pierre never came to fruition.

A month after the bout, the French Canadian star vacated the UFC title and announced that he would be going on an indefinite hiatus during a media conference call. Instead of a rematch with St-Pierre, Hendricks was awarded a championship bout against top welterweight contender Robbie Lawler to fill the 170-pound title vacancy.

Hendricks defeated Lawler in a hard-fought decision victory. But even with the win and UFC title finally around his waist, it still has to be tough for Hendricks not to dwell on the decision loss to St-Pierre. He wanted to climb the mountain and be the man to finally upend the greatest welterweight of all time.

Just as UFC middleweight champ Chris Weidman’s legacy began by defeating Anderson Silva, Hendricks hopes to do the same against St-Pierre:

I’m not here to take away from GSP. He did a lot of great things for this sport, a lot of great things for the welterweight division. I want to build my own legacy. If he’s in it, that’s awesome. If he’s not, that’s cool too. I’ll never beat his legacy. I’ll never beat Matt Hughes’ or Chuck Liddell’s or Randy Couture’s [legacies]. I got to make my own dent in the welterweight division my own way.

Hendricks may have missed out on an immediate rematch with the MMA legend, but there is still the possibility that the fight comes together in the future.

St-Pierre never officially retired from MMA. He made it clear that retirement was an option, but he would also be open to the possibility of returning in the future if the circumstances felt ideal. During an appearance on TVA Sports, St-Pierre claimed to have packed on 10 pounds of muscle just in case he decided to return and compete in the welterweight division.

MMAFighting’s Helwani translated an overview of the interview on Twitter:

Either St-Pierre is the biggest tease in the world, or he is seriously contemplating a UFC return. It’s highly unlikely that a decision is made anytime soon, as St-Pierre is still recovering from a torn ACL in his left knee.

In the meantime, Hendricks can now shift his focus to an upcoming rematch with Lawler.

 

Jordy McElroy is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He is also the MMA writer for Rocktagon. 

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San Jose has been a fighting hotbed for a long time. Check out this teaser for the UFC FIGHT PASS exclusive “Fight Town,” which is set for release on Tuesday, July 29.

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There were times last week when it felt like MMA’s love affair with Matt Brown was on the ropes.

It’s no secret that Brown did some pretty dumb stuff leading up to his UFC on Fox 12 main event against Robbie Lawler. First, he put his foot in his mouth—again. Then, he committed professional fighting’s cardinal sin, missing weight for the biggest bout of his life.

At Thursday’s open workouts, a careless quip Brown made about his own underdog status—telling a reporter he’d probably never be a betting favorite until the UFC booked him against “some retard”—caused copious eye-rolling and facepalming on social media.

A day later he weighed in at 172.5-pounds, a full 1.5 over the limit for this fight. Afterward, Brown tried to shrug it off, telling Fox’s Ariel Helwani his “scale was wrong (or) whatever” and deadpanning that the key to beating Lawler would still be to “punch him before he punches me.”

Either of these gaffes could’ve been disastrous for another fighter, but Brown mostly managed to skate through unscathed.

Even though he lost his ensuing brawl with Lawler on Saturday night—and their hot-and-cold affair didn’t quite live up to our expectations as a potential fight of the year—Brown’s performance was just good enough for most of us to continue overlooking his flaws.

At least for now.

The defeat snapped Brown’s seven-fight, 29-month win streak, and as he fades back into rebuilding mode, it’d probably be a good idea for him to mind his manners moving forward.

After all, it’s a lot easier to be forgiven for your quirks when you’re winning.

One of the things we like about Brown, the affable everyman, is that he’s unfiltered. His no-bull attitude dovetails nicely with his inspiring personal story and take-no-prisoners fighting style. Clearly, though, it comes at a price.

Last week’s slip of the tongue constituted more thoughtlessness than malice, but it came on the heels of his ugly previous comments about female fighters. Taken together, Brown suddenly doesn’t seem quite as lovable anymore. For the first time during his magical two-year run it feels like his shtick has started to drag. We’re beginning to wonder if perhaps his particular brand of folksy straight talk is best consumed in small doses.

Luckily for him, he’s successfully walked the tightrope so far, owing to the facts that fans like him and his fighting style is the sort his bosses love to promote.

The UFC told MMA Junkie it was “disappointed” by Brown’s off-color comments, but mostly had his back on the issue of his unsuccessful weight cut. It easily could’ve hung him out to dry for both, but didn’t.

Instead, UFC President Dana White said the California State Athletic Commission miscommunicated with Brown about his ability to hit the scale a second time. The CSAC claims this isn’t exactly true, and reports differed on whether he’d be fined for the mishap.

Even in the wake of his loss to Lawler, Brown will seemingly retain his standing as a star in the UFC welterweight division. White came to the post-fight press conference still brimming with compliments for “The Immortal.”

“I actually think Matt Brown moves up in the rankings with that fight,” White said. “I don’t know how he didn‘t prove that he’s the No. 2 guy in the world right now with that performance.”

While the specifics of that statement are debatable, the general sentiment is clear. The UFC continues to regard Brown as a guy worth promoting, and he’s going to keep getting big fights.

That could be both good news and bad news, though. It means Brown still makes a compelling and exciting foil for nearly anybody in the 170-pound top 10, but the level of competition he’ll find there makes it unlikely he’ll again soar to the heights seen during his lengthy win streak.

Would fans remain as willing to laugh off his causal misogyny and tone-deaf jokes if the losses started to pile up? Would the UFC continue to suffer his rough edges even as he became less and less viable?

We all know the answers to those questions.

Because we like to watch him fight so much, our industry is still inclined to accept Brown as a double-edged sword—a guy who is refreshingly honest but occasionally strays into the untoward and the obnoxious.

But if that’s the guy Brown plans to be in 2014, he best keep winning. He’d probably find it a lot more difficult to maintain his warts-and-all acceptance if he doesn’t.

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