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  • Johnson's goal: To be best in MMA history - ESPN (blog)
    ESPN (blog)Johnson's goal: To be best in MMA historyESPN (blog)"When he got in the UFC, the goal was to make him the best fighter in the history of mixed martial arts. It would have sounded super arrogant to say that back then, but now it doesn't. We want to do some more damage at flyweight […]
  • Former WSOF champion Georgi Karakhanyan re-signs with Bellator - MMA Fighting
    MMA FightingFormer WSOF champion Georgi Karakhanyan re-signs with BellatorMMA FightingGeorgi Karakhanyan, the former WSOF featherweight champion, has signed a multi-fight contract with Bellator, according to promotion officials. Karakhanyan returns to Bellator after most recently losing the WSOF 145-pound title to Rick Glenn in June.and more »
  • UFC Fight Night 53 Fight Card: Nelson vs. Story - MMA Fighting
    MMA FightingUFC Fight Night 53 Fight Card: Nelson vs. StoryMMA FightingMMA Fighting has the UFC Fight Night 53 fight card for the Nelson vs. Story fight card for the Oct. 4 event at the Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm, Sweden. In the main event, Gunnar Nelson will square off against Rick Story in a welterweight […]
  • The MMA Hour with Chris Weidman, Tim Kennedy, Renzo Gracie in studio, John ... - MMA Fighting
    The MMA Hour with Chris Weidman, Tim Kennedy, Renzo Gracie in studio, John ...MMA FightingThe MMA Hour is back in your life. Below is a rundown of Monday's show: (Editor's note: Watch Part 1 above and part 2 at the bottom). 1:00 p.m. ET -- UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman will talk about his injured […]
  • Tim Kennedy on ref John McCarthy: 'He f---ed up majorly in my fight' - MMA Fighting
    ESPN (blog)Tim Kennedy on ref John McCarthy: 'He f---ed up majorly in my fight'MMA FightingOf all the great storylines and fights that took place at UFC 178 this past weekend, one fight stood out as the lone black mark. That was in the main card fight middleweight fight between Tim Kennedy and Yoel Romero, when […]
  • Alan Patrick out of UFC 179 with fractured jaw - MMA Fighting
    MMA FightingAlan Patrick out of UFC 179 with fractured jawMMA FightingScheduled to take on Beneil Dariush on the main card of UFC 179, rising lightweight Alan Patrick will no longer compete in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Patrick (12-0), who hasn't competed since a close decision victory over John Makdessi in February, has ...Report: Alan Patrick […]
  • Jim Ross the most famous voice in pro wrestling history is taking crack at MMA - FOXSports.com
    Jim Ross the most famous voice in pro wrestling history is taking crack at MMAFOXSports.comOn Friday night, Ross and former UFC star Chael Sonnen will be the broadcast team for Battlegrounds MMA, a precocious regional promotion with some ambitious ideas. Battlegrounds will feature a one-night, eight-man tournament with the winner earning a ...Legendary announcer Jim Ross […]
  • At 38 years old, heavyweight Sean McCorkle calls it a career - MMA Fighting
    MMA FightingAt 38 years old, heavyweight Sean McCorkle calls it a careerMMA FightingHeavyweight Sean McCorkle is retiring from competing in mixed martial arts. "Big Sexy" appeared on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour to make it official. The 38-year old McCorkle last fought on Sept. 20 in a rematch with Richard White in Square Ring ...UFC […]
  • UFC 178 post-fight show - MMA Fighting
    UFC 178 post-fight showMMA FightingLAS VEGAS -- MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani and Shaun Al-Shatti wrap up UFC 178, breaking down the top storylines after Saturday night's card. More from MMA Fighting. Dana White declares McGregor to be 'bigger than Lesnar, GSP' · Tim Kennedy ...and more »
  • UFC 178 undercard live blog: Cruz vs. Mizugaki, More - MMA Fighting
    MMA FightingUFC 178 undercard live blog: Cruz vs. Mizugaki, MoreMMA FightingMMA Fighting scores the round 10-8 Lee, only because of that awful point deduction. (20-17 Lee.) Round 3: Lee the aggressor early. Tuck tries to come inside but eats a heavy left in the process. Lee blasts Tuck with a combo that dislodges his mouthpiece.Manny […]

A light heavyweight title clash between reigning champion Emanuel Newton and Linton Vassell will headline Bellator 130.

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Jeremy Stephens to clash with Charles Oliveira at TUF 20 Finale
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The UFC announced via its UFC Minute that a bout between featherweights Jeremy Stephens and Charles Oliveira has been booked as the co-main event on Dec. 12 at the Palms. The main event will of course feature the two finalists from TUF 20, who will …
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In this special edition of the UFC Minute, Lisa Foiles brings you breaking Ultimate Fighter finale news with the announcement of the co-main event.

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Chris Kelades will fill in for an ill Louis Gaudinot against Patrick Holohan at UFC Fight Night “MacDonald vs. Saffiedine.”

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The MMA Hour – 249 – Kenny Monday
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Wrestling coach Kenny Monday talks about moving from the Blackzilians to Team Takedown, as well as Friday's Battlegrounds MMA pay-per-view. More from MMA Fighting. Tim Kennedy on ref John McCarthy: 'He f—ed up majorly in my fight' · UFC 178 …
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The UFC Rankings Report is a new weekly UFC.com series that gives you, the fans, a more in-depth look into the official UFC rankings. This week UFC.com’s Matt Parrino and former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir discuss the latest movement, including Dominick Cruz and Conor McGregor.

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A bellboy was taken hostage by a 30-year-old man Monday at St. Peter Hotel in Brasilia, Brazil. Among the hotel’s guests were veteran fighters Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira, who told Brazilian news outlet G1 that they couldn’t believe what was occurring at first.

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Glory World Series will return to the kickboxing circuit with Glory 18 “Return to Glory” on Nov. 7 at Grand Casino Hotel and Resort in Shawnee, Okla.

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Three days removed from UFC 178, it feels as though Cat Zingano’s come-from-behind win over Amanda Nunes has been overshadowed by arguably bigger news.

Maybe that’s to be expected. Very few MMA stories these days can stand up to the media hurricane that is Conor McGregor. Not many more have been able to hold a candle to Yoel Romero, Tim Kennedy and their unfortunately named “Stool Gate” controversy. To the extent any breathing room at all was left on the fringes, it was gobbled up by the disappointing Octagon debut of Eddie Alvarez.

But the truth is, Saturday night’s stellar pay-per-view broadcast never topped Zingano’s comeback victory for sheer, raw emotion. The fact later in the night Dana White confirmed her—not Gina Carano—as the next fighter to vie for Ronda Rousey’s 135-pound title at UFC 182 should go down as one of the best feel-good moments of the year.

During the last 18 months, Zingano’s story has been so searing that it’s hard to even talk about it without feeling some way exploitative. The 32-year-old Colorado native blew out her knee last May and conceded a potentially star-making coaching gig opposite Rousey on Season 18 of The Ultimate Fighter to Miesha Tate.

Tate went on to establish herself as Rousey’s chief rival and the UFC’s second-most-famous female fighter. Zingano faded into the background.

In January, Zingano’s husband and coach committed suicide, leaving her to raise their son and segue back into her professional career amid what must’ve been unspeakable personal anguish. That she made it back to the cage at all was remarkable. The fact she’s retaken her position as No. 1 contender to Rousey’s championship is fairly extraordinary.

Her return was not without uneasy moments. Nunes knocked Zingano off her game with an inside leg kick in the opening seconds of their bout and then pounded her on the ground for much of the first round. It appeared for a couple of fleeting moments that Nunes might force a stoppage, but Zingano hung on and even battled her way on top by the end of the stanza.

The second and third rounds were all hers. Zingano punished Nunes with a pretty standing elbow in the early going and mixed in some swift takedowns—including a beautiful upper-body throw to match the one she delivered late in the first. She looked dominant from top position, threating with submission attempts while feeding Nunes a steady diet of punches and elbows.

When she finally pounded the 26-year-old Brazilian out 1:21 into the third, the emotions that crossed Zingano’s face were hard to fully process. She was relieved, certainly, and happy, but her pain was obvious, too. Her interview in the cage with UFC color commentator Joe Rogan after the fight was straightforward and at times funny, but the edge in her voice was unmistakable. She won’t be the same after the events of the last year-and-a-half, but watching her elation at reclaiming her spot as No. 1 contender reminded many of us why this sport affects us so deeply.

Against all odds, the UFC handled it all with uncharacteristic grace. The fight company hasn’t always been flawless in its discussions of female fighters. That relationship will no doubt continue to be a work in progress. But the organization played it fairly straight during Zingano-Nunes, treating them merely as two athletes chasing a championship opportunity.

Perhaps even better, it finally got White to concede he might stop talking about Carano.

“This was the shut-up-about-Gina-Carano fight,” the UFC president noted during the UFC 178 post-fight press conference. “I think that’s the statement Cat wanted to make tonight, and she made it loud and clear.”

As usual, White’s words can be interpreted a couple of different ways.

Perhaps Zingano was just that impressive in marshaling her wits and battering Nunes en route to victory in the third. But news was already out that Carano was off the table for the foreseeable future, and White had already pulled an about-face on the former Strikeforce champ, suddenly referring to her as “the hardest human being we’ve ever dealt with,” via Fox Sports’ Damon Martin.

For that reason, “shutting up” about Carano seemed like the UFC’s best option—a tactical play in the midst of an otherwise very personal and poignant story.

But even if Zingano vs. Rousey is a marriage of convenience for the fight company, it doesn’t undermine Zingano’s fitness as the division’s longtime top contender. It was always Cat Zingano. It was always Zingano vs. Rousey at UFC 182. In the end, all the talk about Carano amounted to little more than noise.

Now, after 18 painful months, at least the UFC women’s bantamweight division is once against exactly as it should be.

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The MMA Hour – 249 – Inside the Vault
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The MMA Hour – 249 – Inside the Vault. By MMA Fighting on Sep 30 2014, 2:59p + ·  Tweet Share on Twitter Share Share on Facebook  Share Share with Mixed Martial Arts friends + Comments. We go inside the vault and look back at one of our classic …
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In episode two of On the Fly: Fight Night Stockholm, Ilir Latifi, one of the true gentlemen of MMA, takes us on a tour of Stockholm as the excitement builds for the upcoming UFC event on October 4th.

Back in the gym, this powerful light-heavyweight is busy making final preparations to face Polish champion, Jan Blachowicz, a dangerous opponent and newcomer to the UFC with the help of his sparring partner, #1 light-heavyweight Alexander Gustafsson.

With unparalleled access to the training and lives of the world’s best fighters, On the Fly is the perfect taster in the build up to the hotly anticipated Fight Night, Stockholm.

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Featherweights Jeremy Stephens and Charles Oliveira will meet in the co-main event of “The Ultimate Fighter 20” Finale in December.

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Carlos Diego Ferreira has taken the place of injured countryman Alan Patrick and will fight Beneil Dariush at UFC 179 in Brazil.

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MMA promotions in Ontario facing a double-edged sword
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At one point, it appeared as though Ontario was set to become the new hub for MMA. Along with the record-breaking UFC 129 event at the Rogers Centre, companies such as Score Fighting (MMA) Series began to sprout across the province, promising an …

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Former World Series of Fighting featherweight champion Georgi Karakhanyan has signed a new, multi-fight contract with Bellator MMA.

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  • UFC 178 Salaries For This Past Saturday Night Revealed
    The following are the disclosed salaries for the fighters who competed at this past Saturday's UFC 178 pay-per-view in Las Vegas, Nevada. Main Card (Pay-per-view) - Demetrious Johnson ($129,000 + $54,000 = $183,000) def. Chris Cariaso ($24,000) - Donald Cerrone ($63,000 + $63,000 = $126,000) def. Eddie Alvarez ($100,000) - Conor McGregor ($75,000 + $75,000 […]
  • Connor McGregor The Floyd Mayweather of MMA?
    Connor McGregor is a star in the making...wait, scratch that, Connor McGregor is a STAR! Last night at UFC 178 - McGregor would either chew on his own hype or back up every word! McGregor showed his believers and naysayers that he is simply legit. Now is McGregor a seer of the future? No...but he […]
  • UFC 178 Results – Johnson Submits Cariaso, McGregor TKOs Poirier
    MMANews.com will again set the standards for live results coverage of a UFC pay-per-view event as we present free, round-by-round detailed results of tonight's UFC 178 event from Las Vegas, Nevada. We will begin with the UFC Fight Pass preliminary bouts at approximately 7pm EST., move right into the FOX Sports 1 preliminary bouts at […]
  • Nick Diaz Pleads Not Guilty, Fight With Anderson Silva Reportedly Still On
    UFC contender Nick Diaz pleaded not guilty to a pair of DUI charges in San Joaquin County court on Thursday. The former UFC title contender is due back in court on November 6th. Current reports insist that Diaz's legal trouble will not jeopardize his scheduled UFC 183 main event return against former UFC Middleweight Champion […]
  • Ken Shamrock Compares Early UFC To Today’s UFC, Shares WWE Stories & More
    The following are highlights of a new interview with former WWE Superstar and UFC Hall Of Famer Ken Shamrock: On working with trouble young people: "I went through a lot of troubles as a kid. I lived on the streets pretty much. I spent much of my teen life, or child life, as a ward […]
  • Dana White Says Wanderlei Silva Made $9.7 Million In The UFC
    Although UFC President Dana White insists that he won't speak bad about Wanderlei Silva despite "The Axe Murderer" going on an anti-UFC tirade during his MMA retirement announcement, he can't seem to avoid talking about the subject. "You know how much money Wanderlei Silva has made since he’s been with the UFC? $9.7 million," said […]
  • UFC 178 Weigh-In Results (Video Included)
    The following are results from the official weigh-ins for Saturday's UFC 178 pay-per-view event from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. For an archive of the official UFC 178 weigh-ins, watch the above video. UFC Fight Pass Prelims - Cody Gibson (12-4, 135.5) vs. Manvel Gamburyan (16-9, 1 no contest, 135.5.) - […]
  • Gina Carano Appearing “Bus 657″ With Robert De Niro & Batista
    Gina Carano has joined the cast of the movie "Bus 657" starring Robert De Niro, according to a report at Deadline.com. Part-time WWE Superstar Batista, Kate Bosworth and Jeffrey Dean Morgan are also on board. Here's the synopsis for Bus 657, which is described as an "action thriller" - "[Bus 657] centers on a father (Morgan) […]
  • Dana White Comments On Wanderlei Silva’s Lifetime Ban, Tirade Against UFC
    UFC President Dana White commented on the Wanderlei Silva "lifetime ban" from competing in the state of Nevada in his latest "UFC Download" interview. “I think he was trying to put up a smoke screen. Look over here because he does it a few days before he’s about to go in front of the Nevada […]
  • Sakuraba vs. Gracie Announced As Main Event Of Metamoris 5
    The famous Sakuraba vs. Gracie feud will make its' return in the form of a grappling match, as Metamoris announced today that the PRIDE legend Kazushi Sakuraba will be taking on his one-time opponent Renzo Gracie in the main event of Metamoris 5. Also scheduled for Metamoris 5 are Rory MacDonald vs. J.T. Torres, Yuri […]
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