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Looks like UFC President Dana White isn’t particularly excited that women’s MMA pioneer Gina Carano has opted to make more movies instead of stepping inside the Octagon. 

White went off on “Conviction” for her latest decision to film two new major motion pictures before the end of this year, per David Meltzer of MMA Fightingtelling Damon Martin of Fox Sports:

We’ve dealt with (Brock) Lesnar, Tito (Ortiz), Chuck (Liddell) was f—–g king of the world, Ronda Rousey, we’ve pretty much done deals with everyone on Earth and she is the hardest f—–g athlete we have ever dealt with.

The problem is she allows herself to be handled by these Hollywood f—–g idiots. It’s absolutely crazy. … Any time you deal with anyone in f—–g Hollywood it’s a joke. It’s literally a joke, it’s comical. You feel like you’re in a ‘Saturday Night Live’ skit. 

White said that negotiations with Carano had turned him off to the point where he told UFC CEO/co-owner Lorenzo Fertitta to deal with her manager—and according to White, it wasn’t long before Fertitta said he couldn’t take it anymore. 

Carano, 32, hasn’t competed in over five years, but White and UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey were both OK with Carano vying for championship gold in her return fight, per Dave Doyle of MMA Fighting.

Just over a month ago, White stated that the company was “close” to a deal with “Crush,” per John Morgan of MMA Junkie, though obviously, a contract never materialized. 

After suffering the only knockout of her career back in August 2009, a lopsided loss against Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino under the Strikeforce banner, Carano took a long hiatus from the sport to focus on a budding acting career. 

In the past three years or so, Carano has starred in the action flicks Haywire, Fast & Furious 6 and In the Blood. 

While the general public will likely never know the finer points of the contract negotiations between Carano and the UFC, did she make a mistake by passing up on a UFC deal in favor of filming more movies?

 

John Heinis is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He is also the MMA editor for eDraft.com.

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UFC heavyweight Roy Nelson doesn’t think former Pride champion Fedor Emelianenko or current UFC titleholder Cain Velasquez qualifies as the best heavyweight fighter everbut it’s nothing personal, because he doesn’t think anyone else does either.

Speaking with FOX Sports, “Big Country” explained why the term “greatest of all time” shouldn’t apply to heavyweight mixed martial artists:

I don’t think there’s actually a greatest heavyweight. I think with every heavyweight there’s a style that makes for a different fight with different fighters. Styles always make fights and everybody always has a number.

Sometimes you have a bad day, sometimes you don’t. …. 

The best example would be (Junior) Dos Santos and Cain Velasquez. The first time they fought, Cain got flattened. There’s another two times where Cain made up for it, learned from his mistakes, had a bad day.

Although the legendary “Last Emperor” compiled an incredible 28-fight unbeaten streak between April 2001 and November 2009, Emelianenko‘s true talents are subject to debate after going 1-3 under the Strikeforce banner and never competing under the UFC banner. 

Additionally, Cain Velasquez, 13-1 overall, is 4-0 since suffering a knockout loss at the hands of JDS at UFC on FOX 1 in November 2011. Two of those victories came in rematches against Dos Santos, both of which he won handily. 

Nelson, who boasts a respectable 20-9 record overall, has won four of his last six fights, with all of his victories coming by way of knockout. 

However, despite an above-average level of success inside the Octagon, the portly power puncher hasn’t had anything to offer upper-tier heavyweights such as Dos Santos, Fabricio Werdum, Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier

While he lacks a signature win, a decisive victory over Mark Hunt at UFC Fight Night 52 in Japan on Saturday certainly couldn’t hurt his standing in the UFC’s 265-pound division. 

The heavyweight tilt at the infamous Saitama Super Arena headlines Saturday’s event and on paper promises to be a classic slugfest between two of the division’s hardest hitterswho also possess a couple of the most powerful chins in the weight class. 

Does Nelson make a valid point regarding the heavyweight landscape in the fight world, or does his argument make little to no sense?

 

John Heinis is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He is also the MMA editor for eDraft.com.

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Over the years, 304 MMA fighters have circulated through The Ultimate Fighter.* A few handfuls at a time, 19 seasons’ worth of would-be professionals lived together, trained, bro-hugged, cried, played pool, pulled pranks, cut weight, hung out by the pool, missed their kids, bared their souls, performed unspeakable acts on each other’s snacks and blended approximately seven cubic miles of smoothie.

In search of that six-figure UFC contract, these men and women left their homes and families for weeks at a time, foregoing contact with the outside world and surrendering their lives to the daily boom-and-bust cycle of world-class vocational instruction and a desert mansion full of medium-grade bourbon.

Of all those 304 who were skilled and lucky enough to make it to the house, 28 hoisted the glass winner’s plaque at the season finale. But even that doesn’t guarantee—or disqualify—real success on the sport’s biggest stage.

Here are the 10 (and a few honorable mentions) who went through the show (all contestants, not just winners, were considered) and had the most success. Rankings based on overall success, record and level of competition. 

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Bobby Green may be a new name to a lot of UFC fans, but he’s already picking up the nuances of being a major player in a competitive division.

Speaking to Ariel Helwani on The MMA Hour, Green blasted his former UFC 178 opponent and fan-favorite Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone.

“He is just the most obnoxious as—le I’ve ever met,” Green said.

The surging lightweight contender explained the details around why he and Cerrone won’t be meeting for coffee anytime soon.

“He just said some racist stuff,” Green said. “He said stuff like, random racist stuff like ‘we gotta check him, we gotta check him, you know how black people like to steal.'”

But Green also leveled some other accusations toward Cerrone, in particular to the way he was treating some of the fans at an autograph signing:

He was groping every woman in his line to do his signing. He’s groping these women. They’ve got husbands, they’ve got fiancees, they’ve got boyfriends, I’m like, that’s messed up man, just because this guy’s a nerd and he can’t do anything to you, you’re going to do this to him. Girlfriend’s cute, Donald Cerrone, picks her up, grabs her ass, starts grabbing on there and stuff and he’s like “I’m Donald Cerrone.” I’m like, ‘you’re going to piss somebody off, you get the wrong person they’re going to get pissed.’ He’s like, ‘what are they going to do to me, I’ll knock them out.’

Green and Cerrone were originally set to square off at UFC 178 until Eddie Alvarez slid into Green’s spot. Green said he’d moved on from being upset about being taken off a big card, but it appears the anger toward Cerrone still lingers.

He explained that Green didn’t make an issue of Cerrone’s antics due to being new to the UFC and having friends within the Jackson’s MMA camp. It was a tactical move by Green considering if he had said these words at a time when just breaking into the company, they would’ve held little weight.

But after a victory over perennial top contender Josh Thomson, now Green has an audience to share his feelings with. Unfortunately for Green, his comments aren’t likely to deter too many people from cheering the next time Kid Rock’s “Cowboy” plays over the arena speakers at UFC 178.

Cerrone has been a staple of the UFC (and formerly of the WEC) lightweight division for years now. His daredevil, “live on the edge of your seat” personality has resonated with the adrenaline-filled MMA fanbase.

He also is one of the most exciting fighters to watch no matter if he’s winning or losing.

Green also gave some details into his ongoing issues with Norman Parke, but odds are we won’t see those two paired up given the disparity in the rankings between the two. A Green-Cerrone fight, however, is still possible if Cerrone can get past Alvarez at UFC 178.

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Anderson Silva wants to add more images to his highlight videos when he steps inside the Octagon against Nick Diaz at UFC 183. Back in action after a gruesome injury suffered in December, "The Spider" returns to the Octagon on Jan. 31 in Las Vegas in a …

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Noad Lahat talks about needing a win at UFC on FOX 12, the toughness of opponent Steven Siler, not being able to sleep for the last two months because of conflict in Israel, the decision to return home for military service, and more.

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It’s no secret that Dana White is a big Ronda Rousey supporter. On Friday, he took his praise for the UFC women’s bantamweight queen to a new level.

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Late last month, MMA fighter Yusei Shimokawa lost a match to his opponent Takuya Eizumi. But that wasn't the only L that he took that day. Shortly after Eizumi beat Shimokawa by unanimous decision, he decided to troll his opponent by showing him his …

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