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The 20 Greatest Wrestling Matches Between Future MMA Stars, Part VIII: 4 & 3
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Before they obtained fame in mixed martial arts, many great fighters competed in amateur wrestling. Sometimes, amateur wrestling matches have even featured two future prize fight combatants. Bloody Elbow wrestling specialist Mike Riordan ranks the 20 …

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SAN JOSE, CA - NOVEMBER 19: (L-R) Dan Henderson punches Mauricio

His first fight against Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua ranks highly in many fans’ minds, but Hendo himself didn’t think much of it in the moment.


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The 20 Greatest Wrestling Matches Between Future MMA Stars, Part VII: 7-5
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Before they obtained fame in mixed martial arts, many great fighters competed in amateur wrestling. Sometimes, amateur wrestling matches have even featured two future prize fight combatants. Bloody Elbow wrestling specialist Mike Riordan ranks the 20 
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The 20 Greatest Wrestling Matches Between Future MMA Stars, Part VI: 9-8
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Before they obtained fame in mixed martial arts, many great fighters competed in amateur wrestling. Sometimes, amateur wrestling matches have even featured two future prize fight combatants. Bloody Elbow wrestling specialist Mike Riordan ranks the 20 

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The 20 Greatest Wrestling Matches Between Future MMA Stars, Part V: 11-10
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Before they obtained fame in mixed martial arts, many great fighters competed in amateur wrestling. Sometimes, amateur wrestling matches have even featured two future prize fight combatants. Bloody Elbow wrestling specialist Mike Riordan ranks the 20 

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There was a moment, roughly halfway through Jose Aldo’s thoroughly brilliant and yet somehow uninspiring victory over Ricardo Lamas at UFC 169, when the longtime featherweight kingpin’s murky future suddenly became quite clear.

It has been years since Aldo was properly challenged. Against Lamas, as it has been against so many others, Aldo was effortless. He was facing one of the best fighters his division had to offer, and he barely needed to break a sweat.

He kept perfect distance. He feinted. He checked leg kicks, and then unleashed thudding, groan-inducing leg kicks of his own. He left Lamas flailing with roundhouse kicks that never had any chance of landing.

Aldo is perfection in the cage. There is no more technical and precise fighter, no fighter more capable of making very good challengers appear as rank amateurs. He is always just out of reach, and his reactionary timing is sublime. Go back to Saturday night and watch him dodge repeated jab and leg-kick attempts from Lamas. It is a subtle and natural thing of beauty.

It was a performance that left us wondering once again: Who is there to challenge this man? And, for the first time, the answer is: No featherweight in the world will beat this man.

Cub Swanson, viewed by many as the logical next contender, is ranked fourth in the division. And he has been on quite the tear since losing his UFC debut to Lamas back in 2011; five consecutive wins with four finishes is nothing to sneeze at.

But Aldo beat Swanson in eight seconds with a double flying knee back in 2009. A double flying knee! As with so many other things Aldo pulls off in the cage, I wasn’t aware such a thing was possible until he actually did it.

Chad Mendes? Aldo beat him, too, with a violent turning knee at UFC 142. Apologists will point to Aldo holding the fence to prevent a Mendes takedown as the turning point in that fight. But here’s the thing: Aldo has defended 92 percent of all takedowns during his career with the WEC and UFC.

Mendes is a very good and strong wrestler, but there is simply no way we can correctly assume he would have taken Aldo down and held him there long enough to wrest control of the championship away.

These days, of course, Mendes has evolved. Under the tutelage of Duane Ludwig, Mendes has added a swift and efficient power-striking game to his arsenal. He had four consecutive knockouts heading into his December bout with the durable Nik Lentz; Mendes did not finish Lentz, but he did score a rather easy unanimous-decision win, which perhaps spoke even louder than a knockout.

Swanson and Mendes are deserving, in their own ways. But the time for Aldo to tread through rematches is over. He is moving to lightweight, where he will challenge Anthony Pettis for the belt. Mendes and Swanson should fight for the vacant featherweight belt, while Aldo quietly attempts to add a second divisional crown to a legacy that is quickly becoming one of the greatest in the history of mixed martial arts.

Aldo is often bypassed in pound-for-pound discussions. His own boss barely recognizes his existence when it comes to such things, swinging from Anderson Silva to Jon Jones to Chris Weidman to Renan Barao without ever giving consideration to his own featherweight champion that has not lost a fight in nine years. Nine years! This is not something to take lightly, and yet White has no problem with vaulting Weidman and Barao (Nos. 5 and 6 in the last set of UFC rankings) past Aldo (No. 2) and Jones.

Promoter-speak aside, what Aldo is accomplishing—and what I believe he will accomplish at lightweight—is nothing short of historic. If he beats Pettis, and I think he will, Aldo will graduate from discussions of the current pound-for-pound champion. It will be a question with a definitive answer.

At that point, Aldo will assume his place alongside Fedor Emelianenko and Anderson Silva. He will be up for consideration as the greatest fighter in the history of the sport. And that, along with the many new challenges a new division will bring, makes a move to lightweight a no-brainer.

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BE's Baddest Tournament: Who Is MMA's Greatest Submission Fighter Of All Time?
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This new tournament focuses on one aspect of this thing called mixed martial arts – the submission game. And so I ask you, the BE faithful, this question: Who is MMA's Greatest Submission Fighter Of All Time? Now, that's not "who has the best jiu jitsu

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Ever since the huge success of UFC 100, building a pay-per-view card that could deliver the goods in equal (if not greater) measure has been a kind of holy grail for the organization and the fans.

Obviously, if it was as easy as plugging names into slots, we would have seen it by now. But UFC 100 was a stacked card from top to bottom. While it’s tempting to put men like Brock Lesnar into the mix for another blockbuster event, we still don’t know if he will come back.

Also, in terms of this hypothetical matchmaking, at least some realism is needed. Jon Jones has been banged up as of late and probably wouldn’t sign to fight in July, especially after fighting Glover Teixeira in late April.

Mark Hunt vs. Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva II is also not a possibility, since Silva will still be on suspension for elevated TRT levels. Thus, another big rematch is off the table for July.

But there are other fights that could make for the biggest July 4 weekend event ever. Could it equal UFC 100 in terms of buys and customer satisfaction? While the latter is possible, the former remains uncertain.

But it’s fun to ponder the possibilities nonetheless.

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Last week I wrote a short piece called The One Minute Rivalry. It was about the rivalry between Andy Hug and Patrick Smith.

This week I thought I’d have some fun with all the old K-1 footage I looked through. Hug might just have been the best kicker to ever compete in combat sports, so he’s definitely worth a watch.

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There’s something about the idea of fighting two or more times in one night that fits the world of MMA like a glove.

Perhaps it’s because the tournament format introduced the sport to America. In the early days, fighters with one discipline had just one way to win; for those with the dominant style, seeing them fight just once didn’t feel like a proper test or reward for their dominance.

There were bragging rights around the idea of defeating two, three, four or even five men in a single night. It spoke to a consistency and durability that you would associate with the best in the world.

And even though the tournament format doesn’t always see the best fighters win (see UFC III as a prime example), it seemed like the winner had earned the accolades by just surviving.

Tournaments can be grueling tests of endurance, and when the card is stacked with serious talent, the event takes on a near mythical aspect. When so many talented and dangerous fighters meet on one night and fight their way to the top—who could stay away from that?

It’s like the ultimate pay-per-view card where many excellent bouts happen in one night.

Take for instance the Pride 2003 Middleweight Grand Prix: On one night, you got to see Quinton “Rampage” Jackson take on Chuck Liddell and then Wanderlei Silva. When it works out right, a tournament can be magical.

And so, we come to recognize the men who have proved themselves capable of conquering the beast, rising to the top and winning it all in a single night. The men who can do this are a rare breed who seem to thrive in the harshest environments.

Many men could have been chosen for this list, had it been bigger. Fighters such as Randy Couture, Renzo Gracie and Marco Ruas have won tournaments with two or more fights in a single night.

Ricardo Morais, for instance, won five fights in a single night at the IAFC: Absolute Fighting Championship 1 in Moscow, Russia in November 1995. I did not put him on this list due to the quality of opposition, but it is still a notable accomplishment.

Then we have Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, who won the Rings: King of Kings 2000 Tournament and made it all the way to the finals of the Pride 2004 Heavyweight Grand Prix, only to see it all for naught when his bout with Fedor Emelianenko was ruled a no-contest.

Nogueira did not make the list because his win at the Rings tournament was against less-than-notable competition and the Pride tournament was basically incomplete. However, he is clearly a good tournament fighter and deserves mention.

Here it is: a list of fighters who are a step above all the rest, albeit sometimes just barely. But they are all veterans of that grueling format, presented to you in all their glory.

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    The Ultimate Fighter Nations finale took place Wednesday evening (April 16th) in Quebec City, Quebec and we have complete quick match results from the event below: Main Card (Live on Fox Sports 1, 7:00 PM ET) -Tim Kennedy defeated Michael Bisping by Unanimous Decision (49-46, 49-46, 49-46) -Patrick Cote defeated … Read the restThe post TUF Nations Finale Qui
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  • UFC Fight Night 39 Quick Match Results
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