1. Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen II: GSP Says Sonnen Is in the Champ's Head

    UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre believes middleweight challenger Chael Sonnen is in Anderson Silva ’s head, and that it could impact the champion’s performance at UFC 148 ...

    Michael Hatamoto Written by Michael Hatamoto about 2 years ago 8,370 reads 27 comments

  2. Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen II: Brazilians Clearly Still Unhappy with Sonnen

    Just days away from Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen II at UFC 148 , several Brazilian fighters are publicly speaking about Sonnen ’s “disrespectful” statements...

    Michael Hatamoto Written by Michael Hatamoto about 2 years ago 6,149 reads 45 comments

  3. Tour De France 2012: Peter Sagan Collects First of Many Likely Stage Wins

    Team Liquigas -Cannondale rider Peter Sagan won his first career Tour de France stage, picking up a solid win during stage 1 of the 99 th edition of the famed race...

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  4. Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen II: Can Sonnen Avoid Being Submitted This Time?

    Anderson Silva and Chael Sonnen will meet for the second time when they headline UFC 148 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. next weekend...

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  5. Tour De France 2012: Fabulous Fabian Cancellara Wins Tour Prologue

    On the famed cycling streets in Liege, Belgium today, the fight for the 2012 Tour de France general classification (GC) started between defending champion Cadel Evans and British rival Bradley Wiggins...

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  6. Cycling Champion Timmy Duggan Explains Joy of Winning US National Road Race

    Team Liquigas rider Timmy Duggan jumped from obscurity to secure the 2012 USA Cycling Professional Road National Championship in May...

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  7. UFC 148: Patrick Cote Is the Fighter with Most to Gain

    UFC veteran Patrick Cote will be welcomed back into the UFC Octagon at UFC 148 when he faces Cung Le on the main card next Saturday. Even if he isn't near an immediate title fight, Cote has the most to gain during UFC 148 next Saturday...

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  8. Junior Dos Santos Is on the Right Path: MMA Fighters Need to Demand Drug Testing

    If professional MMA has a problem with performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs), only a few fighters are willing to speak openly about it. On the front lines against PEDs, the fighters themselves are the ones that could help clean up the sport...

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  9. Marcos Vinicius vs. Wagner Campos: Vinicius Wins with Impressive TKO

    The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil fighter Marcos Vinicius withstood two rounds of being controlled on the ground by elite grappler Wagner Campos before exploding for a TKO win in the third round...

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  10. Wanderlei Silva's Gas Tank May Be Empty

    Working to collect a TKO finish, Wanderlei Silva went for it all when he had Rich Franklin injured towards the end of the second round of their fight last night, in UFC 147...

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  11. UFC 147 Results: What's Next for Mike Russow?

    Mike Russow was quickly battered and finished by a surging Fabricio Werdum at UFC 147, with the Brazilian more than willing to show off his improved striking skills...

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  12. UFC 147: What We Learned from Wanderlei Silva vs. Rich Franklin

    The rematch at UFC 147 between Rich Franklin and Wanderlei Silva was a fight MMA fans could get excited about, as we all expected a slugfest between the two veterans...

    Michael Hatamoto Written by Michael Hatamoto about 2 years ago 3,714 reads 6 comments

  13. UFC 147: What We Learned from Fabricio Werdum vs. Mike Russow

    Fabricio Werdum vs. Mike Russow was supposed to be a clash of styles between a Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioner with budding striking skills against a tough, wrestling-based heavyweight...

    Michael Hatamoto Written by Michael Hatamoto about 2 years ago 3,804 reads 11 comments

  14. UFC 147: What We Learned from Francisco Drinaldo vs. Delson Heleno

    Francisco Drinaldo completely dominated his fight at UFC 147 Saturday night, beating Delson Heleno by TKO in the first round. The victory bumped his pro record up to 11-1, and he should be able to take another step up in competition...

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  15. UFC 147: What We Learned from Marcos Vinicius vs. Wagner Campos

    During the second fight of the UFC 147 preliminary card streamed live on Facebook Saturday night, two fighters from The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil took to the cage...

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  16. Silva vs. Franklin: What Wanderlei Silva Needs to Do to Defeat Rich Franklin

    The Rich Franklin vs. Wanderlei Silva rematch Saturday night is the main event of UFC 147 in Brazil, and fight fans are no doubt expecting fireworks from the two veterans...

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  17. UFC on FX 4: Long-Time Gatekeper Clay Guida Looks to Topple Maynard

    Clay Guida will meet Gray Maynard during the main event of UFC on FX 4 tomorrow night to help sort out the top of the UFC lightweight division...

    Michael Hatamoto Written by Michael Hatamoto about 2 years ago 466 reads 1 comments

  18. Tour De France 2012: Are the Wheels Falling off Team RadioShack-Nissan-Trek?

    Team RadioShack-Nissan-Trek went from 2012 Tour de France general classification (GC) contenders with Andy Schleck to a team in complete disarray within a few weeks...

    Michael Hatamoto Written by Michael Hatamoto about 2 years ago 3,228 reads 0 comments

  19. Ryder Hesjedal to Lead Garmin-Barracuda, is it Enough for 2012 Tour de France?

    American cycling squad Garmin -Barracuda will ride the Tour de France with a skilled and experienced team, expecting to pick up stage wins and have a rider competing in the general classification ( GC )...

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  20. 2012 Olympics: Mark Cavendish to Sacrifice Tour De France Glory to Chase Gold

    British sprinter Mark Cavendish will compete at the Tour de France to win sprint stages, but more importantly, he looks to fine tune his form prior to the 2012 Summer Olympics ...

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  21. Fabian Cancellara Will Head to London with Olympic Newbies

    Fabian Cancellara will lead the Swiss Olympic road cycling team in July, serving as the most experienced and highest-skilled rider on the squad...

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  22. 6 Reasons to Watch the 2012 Tour De France

    The Tour de France is the pinnacle of the cycling season: the three-week grand tour draws the most international attention, and simply winning one day can make a rider’s career...

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  23. Denis Menchov, Katusha Squad Set Their Sights on Yellow During Tour De France

    Russian veteran Denis Menchov hopes to compete for the yellow jersey in July, jumping into a fray with several other legitimate general classification contenders...

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  24. 2012 Tour De France: Expect the Unexpected from Team Movistar

    At the start of the 2012 Tour de France , all the focus will be on Team BMC , which is perfect for other teams chomping at the bit to attack...

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  25. Chris Horner Added to Tour Roster, Team RadioShack-Nissan-Trek Finalizes Squad

    After initially being left off the Team RadioShack-Nissan-Trek Tour de France team, US cycling veteran Chris Horner will be heading to France after all...

    Michael Hatamoto Written by Michael Hatamoto about over 2 years ago 1,634 reads 0 comments