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2015 Bloody Elbow MMA Scouting Report #1 Welterweight: Kamarudeen Usman
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He attended and wrestled for the University of Nebraska at Kearney and then spent two years training at the U.S. Olympic Center in Colorado before transitioning to MMA. Our own Coach Mike was kind enough to give us a bit of inside detail on Usman's

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Bellator signs undefeated welterweight Neiman Gracie
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"I just signed a multi-fight deal with Bellator MMA," Gracie announced on his Instagram page. "I'm very happy to be part of this great company! I'm happy to represent jiu-jitsu in this great event." Neiman Gracie told MMAFighting.com his contract with

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2015 Bloody Elbow MMA Scouting Report #2 Welterweight: Magomed Mustafaev
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This is the result of a few factors, first that the state sponsored Sambo gyms are adding MMA programs in a deliberate effort to produce more MMA talent. Also as Russia starts turning out more quality fighters it has become a regional scene that is not

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A UFC welterweight the past five years, Paulo Thiago has been cut by the world’s top MMA promotion.

Since Thiago had lost three in a row, the release was widely expected. MMAFighting.com confirmed the UFC’s decision on Wednesday.

In his first trip to the Octagon during February 2009, Thiago shocked the 170-pound class with a knockout win over Josh Koscheck. That looked to be the beginning of a great UFC career, but Thiago was never able to top that victory.

While a submission win over Mike Swick gave the Brazilian some momentum in February 2010, Thiago has struggled since then. In the four years and eight months since that submission, Thiago has only beaten David Mitchell and Michel Prazeres while losing seven times.

Following his win over Prazeres, Thiago was stopped by Brandon Thatch. Thiago then dropped very winnable bouts against Gasan Umalatov and Sean Spencer, which made it tough for the UFC brass to keep him around despite his popularity among Brazilian fans.

At 33 years old, Thiago might not have much time left in MMA. Unless he gets on a roll against some big-name veterans outside the Octagon, it’s possible Thiago never earns his way back onto the UFC roster.

With a 5-8 UFC record, Thiago had his moments. However, with the buzz he generated by stopping Koscheck in his initial UFC outing, Thiago‘s career will likely go down as a disappointment.

Given his career with Batalhao de Operacoes Policiais Especiais in Brazil, there’s a chance Thiago steps away from fighting now. If not, World Series of Fighting has a pretty solid welterweight division he might be interested in competing in.

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2015 Bloody Elbow MMA Scouting Report: #10 – #6 Welterweight Prospects
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The Bloody Elbow MMA Scouting Report is getting a jump on 2015 as T.P. Grant and Zane Simon start their quest through hours of regional MMA to find the next great generation of MMA fighters. The search starts at Welterweight, a division with a deep

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Latest UFC/MMA rankings (welterweight), Oct. 2014: Askren and Shields move
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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) continues to reshuffle its welterweight rankings in the wake of recent events like UFC Fight Night 54, where Rory MacDonald slept Tarec Saffiedine on FOX Sports 1. Unfortunately, the highlight-reel win (watch it

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Kelvin Gastelum is often overlooked.

That’s the story of his career, mostly, at least since making his debut on The Ultimate Fighter in 2013. Gastelum was a prodigious underdog, picked last by coach Chael Sonnen. Throughout the season, Gastelum was the guy standing on the periphery, a shadowy figure who sometimes got background television time when the cameras focused on Uriah Hall accidentally showed him.

But then Gastelum got a phone call from Ronda Rousey. Rousey told Gastelum that if he won his next fight, she would make a personal appearance at the gym to teach everyone on the team a little bit of judo. And I don’t know if it was Rousey, or some other kind of magical mojo, but Gastelum went out and choked out Bubba McDaniel.

It was the first instance of the public seeing Gastelum overcome the odds. It would not be the last. He beat Josh Samman—also a heavy favorite to make the finals of the show—and moved on to face Hall in the finals.

Gastelum was supposed to be cannon fodder for Hall, who was quickly rising the ranks of the most hyped Ultimate Fighter contenders in the history of the reality show. Sonnen told Hall he could beat Anderson Silva right now, which seemed like a bit of bad advice to give a man not even in the UFC, and especially since Sonnen had twice failed to beat Silva. But Hall seemed like a monster, and everybody waited for him to crush Gastelum and get started with his proper UFC career.

Again, someone neglected to inform Gastelum that he was a placeholder. He went in the cage on April 13, 2013 and beat Hall by split decision. Since then, he has continued to overcome the odds, beating Brian Melancon, Rick Story and Nico Musokue, and has moved to the cusp of being a Top 10 welterweight in the UFC’s official rankings.

It is quite the thing, really. Gastelum, a top-tier welterweight and potential title contender? If you were to think such a thing back when Gastelum first stepped into the Ultimate Fighter house, you might have been legitimately laughed at.

Literally, as Dana White is so very fond of incorrectly saying.

But that’s the reality Gastelum and the rest of the world face as he prepares to face Jake Ellenberger at UFC 180. Though official lines have yet to open at sports books, Gastelum expects to be an underdog to the veteran Ellenberger, who has spent continuous time near the top of a talent-rich UFC welterweight division. But he is fine with being the underdog because he is always the underdog. It feels like home.

“I like proving people wrong. Mostly I do it for myself. People will try and say you can’t do this or that,” Gastelum says. “Just watch me do it. It’s not going to be an easy task. I like the position I’m at where I have everything to gain.”

Ellenberger, ranked eighth in the UFC’s official rankings, is the highest-ranked opponent of Gastelum‘s career. It is a fight fraught with peril for Gastelum, who is undefeated but has yet to face someone with the kind of wrestling and power-punching skills Ellenberger possesses. But a win over Ellenberger? That will do wonders for his career.

Because Gastelum is young, but he’s impatient. He wants to ascend the ladder as quickly as he possibly can, and that means taking on and defeating a steady stream of top-tier opponents. He’s already beaten Story, who announced his return to the welterweight pack with a win over the highly-touted Icelandic fighter Gunnar Nelson. Gastelum believes a win over Ellenberger will give him the right to face a Top 5 opponent.

“A win over Jake will definitely put me in a great position to ask for a good fight, a fight that will lead me towards a title shot. It’ll definitely put me in a good position for a Top 5 opponent,” he says. “He’s one of the best fighters in the world that hasn’t fought for a world title. He’s very dangerous and explosive. He’s definitely the biggest test of my career.”

All quotes were obtained firsthand. 

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It’s all lining up for Rory MacDonald.

After winning his third straight contest last Saturday, the gifted young Canadian will receive the next shot at the UFC welterweight title. He will also do so on his home soil in an event that could take place as soon as March.

That’s according to UFC president Dana White, who reported the news to Sportsnet.Ca on Wednesday.

Robbie Lawler is set to challenge champion Johny Hendricks to a title rematch this December. MacDonald, White said, will face the winner. 

“It’s pretty impossible to deny Rory that, whoever comes out of that Hendricks-Lawler fight, he’s the next guy in line,” White said, according to the report. 

Though White did not specify a date or exact location for such a match, he did say that MacDonald would “absolutely, positively” fight for the strap in front of his countrymen.

“He’s next in line and that fight will be in Canada,” White said.

The UFC has previously indicated it has a March event date secured in Montreal. 

At UFC Fight Night 54, MacDonald earned a TKO victory of Tarec Saffiedine to run his winning streak to three. The 25-year-old British Columbia native also is 18-2 overall.

Interestingly, his last loss came to Lawler by decision at UFC 167 in November 2013. In his subsequent bout the following March, Lawler would lose by decision to Hendricks. Hendricks and Lawler were the first two men in more than seven years to engage in a welterweight title fight not involving Georges St-Pierre.

St-Pierre, as most fans know, is a training partner and mentor to MacDonald, and vacated his belt voluntarily after defeating Hendricks by decision in the very same UFC 167 where Lawler bested MacDonald.

Since that fateful night, MacDonald has turned things around, handling Demian Maia and Tyron Woodley before finishing Saffiedine on Saturday.

Though MacDonald would surely be willing to fight either man, a rematch with the most recent man and only second man ever to beat him in Lawler could make for a particularly satisfying title-fight experience.


Scott Harris covers MMA for Bleacher Report. For more, follow Scott on Twitter.

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Rory MacDonald’s third-round technical knockout victory over Tarec Saffiedine at UFC Fight in Halifax has vaulted the Canadian welterweight to No. 1 contender status.

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Rousimar Palhares will defend his World Series of Fighting 170-pound title against Jon Fitch at WSOF 16 on Dec. 13.

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