1. Rashad Evans Backs UFC 133 Foe, Tito Ortiz, to NFL's Chad Ochocinco

    It wasn’t too long ago that Rashad Evans was rooting for the man he meets in the main event at UFC 133 from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Penn. this Saturday night, Tito Ortiz...

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  2. UFC 132: Trainer Jason Parillo on the Punch and Perspective for Tito Ortiz

    Jason Parillo was in the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. for UFC 121 last October when Tito Ortiz dropped to 0-4-1 in his last five contests in front of a hometown audience, remaining winless since 2006...

    Danny Acosta Written by Danny Acosta about 3 years ago 1,301 reads 2 comments

  3. UFC 132 Results: Cruz-Faber Cement Their History at UFC 132

    LAS VEGAS —Is the lightest champion in the UFC the best? A historic 25-minute headlining clash for the inaugural UFC Bantamweight Championship saw Dominick Cruz’s hand ...

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  4. Spike TV UFC 132 Preliminary Bouts: Guillard, Dos Anjos Notch First-Round KOs

    LAS VEGAS--The SPIKE TV portion of UFC 132 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena showcased two Knockout of the Night candidates from lightweights after the Facebook portion of the event delivered four decisions to kick off the night...

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  5. UFC 132 Facebook Prelim Results: Bowles Earns Second UFC Win, Njokuani Impresses

    LAS VEGAS—Four fights kicked off the action live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena for UFC132. The bouts were streamed on Facebook...

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  6. UFC 132: Melvin Guillard Wants to Teach Shane Roller About Knockouts

    UFC lightweight Melvin Guillard is the fighter to watch, the fighter to beat at 155 pounds the way he tells it...

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  7. Blood-Red Chris Leben Ready for Long-Awaited Wanderlei Silva Showdown at UFC 132

    Few fighters have a more fan-friendly style than Chris Leben and Wanderlei Silva. The kill-or-be-killed strikers will go toe-to-toe in the center of the Octagon at UFC 132 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev...

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  8. UFC 132 Exclusive: Cruz vs. Faber II History in the Making

    After 17 years, the UFC is ready to deliver the first sub-155-pound main event in Octagon history. The headlining honors belong to 135-pounders Dominick Cruz and Urijah Faber as the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev...

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  9. Pat Barry Readying the Landmine for UFC on Versus 4

    Three of Pat Barry’s six career victories have come by way of technical knockout via leg kicks—a rare finish for fighters...

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  10. Nate Marquardt: Seeking Greatness at Welterweight One Fight at a Time

    Nate Marquardt is the quintessential veteran—reliable, well-rounded and searching for a late career surge...

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  11. Strikeforce World Grand Prix Heavyweight Josh Barnett: Top of the Food Chain

    Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Josh Barnett lets it be known fighting is what he lives for, and he expects to showcase he can do it better than Brett Rogers—or any other ...

    Danny Acosta Written by Danny Acosta about 3 years ago 620 reads 8 comments

  12. UFC 131 Weigh-in Results and Talking Points: Dos Santos, Florian, Munoz and More

    All 24 fighters expected at The Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for UFC 131 have hit their contracted weights for Saturday’s Octagon action...

    Danny Acosta Written by Danny Acosta about 3 years ago 665 reads 1 comments

  13. UFC Lightweight Clay Guida and the 5 Losses That Defined "The Carpenter"

    After 13 bouts in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Clay Guida ’s nickname “The Carpenter” is more about his ability to outwork opponents in the Octagon than his job title prior to prizefighter...

    Danny Acosta Written by Danny Acosta about 3 years ago 1,953 reads 19 comments

  14. UFC 130's 5 Moves Forward: "Rampage," Johnson, Story and Stann Winners

    UFC 130 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas shuffled the contender decks this Memorial Day Weekend. Here are five moves that are shaping up and shaking up the UFC’s weight classes...

    Danny Acosta Written by Danny Acosta about 3 years ago 1,607 reads 12 comments

  15. UFC 130: Demetrious Johnson Hungry and Honored To Face Miguel Torres

    When Demetrious Johnson gets the call to fight from UFC President Dana White , “Mighty Mouse” declares he transforms from mild-mannered citizen to bantamweight contender. At 5’3", 135-pounds, Johnson’s nickname is exactly what it sounds like...

    Danny Acosta Written by Danny Acosta about 3 years ago 660 reads 0 comments

  16. Roy Nelson Wants to Add JCVD to the Country Club with Win Versus Frank Mir

    Roy Nelson sees the movie star martial arts trend hitting mixed martial arts in the UFC and he wants in. The UFC heavyweight is known for his long-flowing mullet haircut and “Big Country” belly hanging over his TapouT shorts...

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  17. Miguel Torres in the Second World Against Demetrious Johnson at UFC 130

    Miguel Torres accepted his fight for UFC 130 just six days removed from his last bout—and he had already been in the gym for five...

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  18. UFC 130's Rick Story Ready to Make Welterweight Waves Versus Thiago Alves

    Rick Story isn’t worried about what’s supposed to happen on paper. On paper, he’s nearly a 2-to-1 underdog to Thiago Alves at UFC 130 this Saturday night...

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  19. UFC 130 Fight Card: Kendall Grove Open for Business Versus Tim Boetsch

    UFC middleweight Kendall Grove likes to practice what he preaches. He tells his students at Straight Rootless Jiu-Jitsu in Wailuku, Hawaii that every opponent is a Rubik’s cube—a puzzle to be solved...

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  20. Not Looking Past UFC 132, Carlos Condit Craves All Welterweight Challenges

    Carlos “Natural Born Killer” Condit aims to hit championship targets no matter what organization they are in...

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  21. Clay Guida and the 5 Biggest Winners If UFC Institutes 5-Round Non-Title Fights

    Brock Lesnar versus Junior dos Santos’ June 11 heavyweight tangle at UFC 131 was meant to be the UFC’s first five-round non-title fight, UFC President Dana White recently revealed in Toronto...

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  22. TUF Alum Ross Pointon Prepares for Dean Amasinger, UFC Comeback at AKA

    Ross Pointon the fighter—not the character—is back. Despite being finished in two separate weight classes on The Ultimate Fighter season three by eventual winners Kendall ...

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  23. Pablo Garza, UFC Featherweight, Grateful He Didn't Hang 'Em Up

    UFC featherweight Pablo Garza’s Octagon career is off to a blazing start—two finishes in two appearances in the last five months earned him $159,000 in bonuses for Knockout ...

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  24. 5 Reasons Fedor Emelianenko vs. Dan Henderson Is Fight of the Year

    The Chicagoland area hosts Strikeforce on Showtime July 30 as Fedor Emelianenko attempts to put the first back-to-back losses of his career behind him with a win over Strikeforce ...

    Danny Acosta Written by Danny Acosta about over 3 years ago 3,462 reads 32 comments

  25. Monthly Review: Good, Bad and Ugly for the UFC and MMA in April

    The fast-moving mixed martial arts world offers fighters, fans and media no shortage of talking points every month. Like every other major sport, there’s plenty for the optimists and cynics to take away...

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