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  • Opinion: UFC 130 and MMA's Contradictory Time Warp - Sherdog.com
    Sherdog.comOpinion: UFC 130 and MMA's Contradictory Time WarpSherdog.comLet me take you back to May 2011 in the MMA universe. Zuffa is still in negotiations with Fox to put the UFC on network television. Just over two months ago, the company purchased its biggest rival, Strikeforce. Zuffa's previous major acquisition ...Video: UFC Fight Night 67 media […]
  • Ronda Rousey fires back over Bethe Correia's 'suicide' comments - MMA Fighting
    WestwordRonda Rousey fires back over Bethe Correia's 'suicide' commentsMMA Fighting... knock her out." The two women headline the upcoming UFC 190 event in Rio de Janeiro on Aug. 1. MMA Fighting's Guilherme Cruz contributed to this report. Update: Shayna Baszler, one of Rousey's closest friends, also weighed in on Correia's comments.Ronda Rousey on Being an […]
  • Johnson declined Cerrone at UFC 187; now wants 'Cowboy' in 'real' title eliminator - MMAjunkie.com
    MMAjunkie.comJohnson declined Cerrone at UFC 187; now wants 'Cowboy' in 'real' title eliminatorMMAjunkie.comCerrone (28-6 MMA, 15-3 UFC) defeated Makdessi by second-round TKO on this past Saturday's pay-per-view main card to earn his eighth consecutive victory, the longest active streak in the UFC lightweight division. He delivered a strong performance that ...UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos, […]
  • W&J Professor Enters MMA World To Study Why Men Fight - CBS Local
    CBS LocalW&J Professor Enters MMA World To Study Why Men FightCBS LocalTo find out, he enlisted the help of trainer and mixed martial arts fighter Mark Shrader who cut Gottschall no slack for being a professor. “Basically, he's the smartest guy I ever punched in the face,” Shrader said. To up the ante, Gottschall set […]
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Fight Path: With MMA roots around him, Trevor Ward sees big move in future
Even though Trevor Ward had been around his stepfather's MMA training and gyms since he was 5 years old, by the time he went to college, he had split from the sport. His mother's divorce from his stepfather made him focus more on soccer, and he was

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It feels as though Carlos Condit has been gone for years.

In truth, it’s only been 14 months, but so much wholesale change has occurred in his absence that, when Condit returns on Saturday to take on Thiago Alves at UFC Fight Night 67, it’ll be to a welterweight division where anything seems possible.

Last we saw the Natural Born Killer, he blew out his knee in the second round of a bout against Tyron Woodley at UFC 171. That was March 15 of last year, on the same fight card where Johny Hendricks edged Robbie Lawler to seize control of the 170-pound title recently vacated by Georges St-Pierre.

Remember that? Barely? Sounds like ancient history, right?

Turns out, the post-GSP era has been a rough ride for several of the UFC’s top welterweights.

For starters, Condit’s injury let a lot of the air out of Woodley’s victory over him. Woodley lost his next fight to Rory MacDonald and has been in rebuilding mode ever since. So far, so good, with back-to-back victories over Dong Hyun Kim and Kelvin Gastelum, but he’s still not knocking on the door of a title shot.

Meanwhile, Hendricks tore his biceps at UFC 171 and—after his own rehab stint—promptly lost the championship in a rematch with Lawler at UFC 181. He rebounded to defeat Matt Brown three months later but now has to wait for Lawler to fight MacDonald in July before he can move any further up the ranks.

End result: Condit re-enters a wide-open division this weekend, somehow only 31 years old and still No. 4 on the UFC’s official rankings. Not too shabby, all things considered.

Alves doesn’t necessarily shape up as the sort of opponent who can help his standing much, but Condit definitely needs a win here if he wants to keep himself ensconced among the 170-pound Top Five.

“I think that this definitely solidifies my spot as a contender,” he told MMAjunkie radio this week. “Thiago’s not ranked really high right now, but it’s only because he was out with injuries for a long time. He’s without a doubt one of the top guys in the division. A win over him is going to put me in the running for a title shot soon.”

Somehow also just 31 years old, Alves missed more than two years owing to a litany of injuries and rehab efforts. He returned last April with a decision win over Seth Baczynski, but then missed another 13 months before notching a second-round TKO of Jordan Mein.

But that Mein win now looks better on paper for Alves than it did in practice. The Brazilian endured a tough first round at the hands of the 25-year-old upstart before stunning him with a body kick early in the second stanza. He’ll roll into this meeting against Condit slotted at No. 12, and with a lot to gain if he can defy the 2-1 odds against him, according to Odds Shark.

And perhaps that’s sort of what makes this fight so interesting. Here we have two former top fighters—Alves faced St-Pierre for the title at UFC 100, Condit has been WEC champion and UFC interim champ—both theoretically still in the thick of their athletic primes.

Yet we don’t really know what to expect from either of them.

Things had not been going particularly well for Condit even before his injury. Counting the Woodley loss—and he was losing, right up to the moment the knee want kablammo—he’s just 1-3 dating back to November 2012. There are people who would tell you he also lost his previous fight to Nick Diaz at UFC 143, but that’s a different column for a different day.

Those three losses came against elite-level competition—St-Pierre and Hendricks, before Woodley—but the middling record coupled with the extended absence leaves us wondering where he fits in with a greatly changed welterweight picture.

The first five years of Condit’s UFC career left the impression he was better than almost anyone in his weight class, but not quite as good as the very best. But now, the sudden departure of St-Pierre and an unstable situation at the top could very well reopen the book on him.

Who’s to say Condit couldn’t defeat Lawler, if the two ended up fighting later this year?

Who’s to say he couldn’t top Hendricks or Woodley in a rematch?

Who’s to say he couldn’t beat MacDonald a second time, just like he did when they were both UFC pups back in 2010?

We won’t know for sure until we see him out there with Alves, though it’s possible a realigned 170-pound class ends up benefiting a guy like Condit most of all.

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The resurgence of Andrei Arlovski was one of the hottest topics to emerge from a memorable UFC 187 main card.

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UFC 187 prelims do average numbers at 780000 viewers
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Although there were two title matches at UFC 187, and it was generally considered the deepest show so far this year, the prelim numbers were slightly below average with 780,000 viewers. Pay-per-view prelims on FS 1 average about 800,000 viewers, but …

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Fire & Ice: 10 MMA fights and Vanilla Ice Saturday night
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On Saturday at 7 p.m. PFC Bakken Brawlers will be hosting 10 MMA fights at the Agri Sportsplex. In between fights, Vanilla Ice, aka Rob Van Winkle, will be performing, and there will be special appearances by Shane Carwin, former UFC champion, and Cat …

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You can count professional wrester-turned-A-list actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson among fans of the UFC’s breakout featherweight star, Conor McGregor. Speaking with Ireland’s Entertainment.ie during his media rounds for the film San Andreas, Johnson said he saw a bit of himself in the trash-talking striker.

“I love that guy,” he said. “I love Aldo too…In Aldo, there’s a quiet confidence and in Conor the confidence is not quiet and it reminds me of how I was in the WWE. I was just bold, talking [expletive] and there was nothing I wouldn’t say.”

A year ago, McGregor became one of the UFC’s top stars when he was penned to headline a card in his hometown of Dublin, Ireland opposite Cole Miller (who was later replaced by Diego Brandao). The event’s success instantly had fans around the world buzzing over the Dublin-born fighter and he was quickly anointed as one of the most exciting potential opponents for Aldo, the long-reigning featherweight champion.

Aldo is undefeated since 2005 and has had little difficulty in maintaining that streak. He captured the WEC featherweight belt in 2009 (which would become the undisputed UFC featherweight title in 2010) and has defended his crown nine times, most recently from Chad Mendes at UFC 179.

Johnson, of course, is best known by sports fans for his career in the WWE where he won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship eight times and had history-making rivalries with Steve Austin and Triple H. He has been a fairly regular sight for MMA fans, however, as he appears at events, discusses the fights on social media and occasionally stars in movies alongside women’s MMA pioneers.

McGregor is, of course, poised to face Aldo in July at UFC 189 and Johnson is excited for the fight. “I think the fight is going to be incredible,” he said. “At times I think I have seen, we’ve all seen that by the way, Conor getting under Aldo’s skin, it becomes an edge.”

Aldo vs. McGregor is one of the biggest rivalries in recent UFC history, and has shined a new light on the featherweight division that wasn’t there 18 months ago. The fight will headline the UFC’s International Fight Week 2015 card alongside the welterweight title bout between Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald.

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Pedro Rizzo talks with Sherdog.com about his new gym, Jose Aldo, Jacare and why Marco Ruas deserves to be in the Ultimate Fighting Championship Hall of Fame.

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The UFC continues its onslaught of events as the summer heats up, and the next stop is Brazil. UFC Fight Night 67 hits South America on Saturday with an excellent welterweight main event.

No. 4-ranked contender Carlos Condit returns from injury to headline opposite No. 12-ranked Thiago Alves. The two veterans have perfect styles for an action-packed main event. The winner will put himself into title contention, and those high stakes make it a can’t-miss fight.

The co-main event features a Top 10 featherweight clash, a No. 8-ranked Charles Oliveira takes on No. 9-ranked Nik Lentz.

Where is the value on this six-fight main card? We will take a look at the odds and forecast who will be the outright winners at UFC Fight Night 67.

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Ultimate Fighting Championship middleweight contender Thales Leites on his upcoming bout with Michael Bisping.

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  • Bethe Correia Goes Too Far With Suicide Comment, Asks Ronda Rousey For Forgiveness
    Bethe Correia went too far with some of her recent promotional comments towards Ronda Rousey, and is now back-tracking and asking for forgiveness. Correia, who meets Rousey in the main event of UFC 190 on August 1st in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, told Rousey not to commit suicide after she beats her, noting that she […]
  • Video: Daniel Cormier Wildly Celebrates In The Crowd At WrestleMania 31
    Current UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier is a big pro wrestling fan, and that fact is more clear now than ever after D.C. released a video of him celebrating in the crowd while watching a match at WrestleMania 31. D.C. posted a clip, via MMAFighting.com, that shows him wildly celebrating as he watches WWE […]
  • UFC 187 Fighter Salaries Revealed
    UFC Middleweight Champion Chris Weidman and UFC Light Heavyweight contender Anthony Johnson are the top earners coming out of UFC 187. Weidman and Rumble both earned a cool $500,000 for their fights this past Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Below are the complete UFC 187 fighter salaries: Main […]
  • Videos: Chael Sonnen At Global Force Wrestling Press Conference
    Former UFC title contender Chael Sonnen recently took part in the official press conference to announce the launch of Global Force Wrestling -- a new pro wrestling promotion. GFW officials sent along the following clips of the presser, which took place in Las Vegas, Nevada earlier this month. Sonnen enters the scene beginning with the […]
  • Photo: CM Punk Training With Luke Rockhold & Rashad Evans In Phoenix
    As CM Punk continues to train for his upcoming UFC debut, he has begun training outside of Roufusport in Milwaukee. The former WWE Superstar posted a photo of himself working out with UFC Middleweight contender Luke Rockhold and former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Rashad Evans in Phoenix. Check out the photo below. Training w/ @LukeRockhold […]
  • Ronda Rousey Teases Surprise Return To WWE In The Future
    During a recent Q&A hosted by The Wall Street Journal in Los Angeles, California, UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey appeared to be teasing a potential surprise return to WWE in the future. When asked if she would confirm that she will never return to WWE again, "Rowdy" Ronda pointed out that the surprise factor […]
  • Frank Trigg Makes Strong Comments About Jon Jones, Talks UFC Hall Of Fame Induction
    Former UFC title contender Frank Trigg recently had some strong comments to make about the Jon Jones situation. "Twinkle Toes" Trigg spoke with Submission Radio and offered the following comments about Jones. "People have to stop making excuses for this guy and feeling sorry for this guy. I feel sorry for his Mom and Dad. […]
  • Main Event, Co-Main Event Announced For UFC’s First Ever Event In Scotland
    UFC announced on Monday the main event for their debut show in Scotland. Longtime UFC veteran Michael Bisping will headline his ninth UFC event, as he and Thales Leites will fight in the main event at the show, which will take place at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, and will air live on FOX Sports […]
  • Anderson Silva: “I’m Tired Of Listening To Lies And False Accusations”
    As he continues to await a date for his hearing with the Nevada Athletic Commission, former UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva is starting to get frustrated with feedback he has been hearing as of late. "The Spider" took to social media recently, venting frustration about "lies and false accusations" he has been reading regarding his […]
  • Video: Dana White Torn On Who Will Challenge Chris Weidman Next
    UFC President Dana White doesn't seem too sure who will be challenging Chris Weidman for the UFC Middleweight Championship in his next fight, although he has narrowed it down to two contenders. When speaking with FOX Sports' Ariel Helwani and UFC's Megan Olivi, White gave different takes on who might be next for Weidman. "It […]
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