1. B.J. Penn vs. Rory MacDonald: Why You Can't Count Penn Out

    Rory MacDonald has a bright future in this sport. He’s young, refined, big and powerful. And the scary thing is, he’s only going to get bigger, stronger and more polished as a fighter...

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  2. UFC on FOX 5: Questions We Have About Alexander Gustafsson

    Saturday night should provide some answers to the questions that loom over Alexander Gustafsson and his position in the light heavyweight division...

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  3. 10 Most Memorable MMA Moments from the Month of November

    November was a shocking month. I think we witnessed a little bit of everything last month, from massive upsets to shocking departures from the sport to new talents springing to attention...

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  4. The Top 5 Nate Diaz Fights

    When Nate Diaz sets foot in the octagon, you know one thing is certain: An offensive war is about to ensue...

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  5. 7 Upsets to Watch for During the UFC's Busy December

    The UFC has an absolutely stacked December planned, and fortunately for the average man who isn’t defecating greenbacks, three of four events are free...

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  6. The 35 Most Brutal One-Punch Knockouts

    If you’re bold enough to set foot inside a cage or ring and wage war with another man, you face the possibility of being rendered unconscious...

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  7. Johny Hendricks or Dan Henderson, Who Possesses the Real H-Bomb?

    Johny Hendricks has spent the last two years making his presence known in the welterweight division. Initially presumed to be little more than a one-dimensional wrestler, Hendricks has evolved at an alarming rate, proving doubters wrong...

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  8. Brian Stann and the 20 Most Humble MMA Fighters

    Brian Stann may very well be the most humble guy competing in mixed martial arts today. This is a man who’s been there, done that and saved a few lives along the way...

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  9. 5 UFC Middleweights Luke Rockhold Can Smash Right Now

    It’s always easy to puff up the chest and speak big when a man is down and out. Just ask Lorenz Larkin , who suddenly took to accusing Strikeforce middleweight ace Luke ...

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  10. The 20 Biggest Badasses in MMA History

    Some men are born to be fighters, and some men are born to be absolute warriors of the most vicious caliber. While the true bad asses of MMA are few and far between, the last (near) 20 years have produced a handful of amazing talents...

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  11. The Laziest Fighters in MMA

    Before you leap to chastise me for calling any professional mixed martial artist lazy, allow me to have my say...

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  12. St-Pierre vs Condit: Grading St-Pierre's Performance at UFC 154

    Georges St-Pierre took a hard-fought decision over Carlos Condit in the main event of UFC 154 last night. It wasn ’t easy, but GSP managed to overcome serious adversity en route to a lopsided judges’ nod...

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  13. UFC 154: Five Fights for Tom Lawlor to Take Next

    Saturday’s featured middleweight bout between Tom Lawlor and Francis Carmont was supposed to serve as a thrilling affair that would likely push Carmont into the upper echelon of the promotion’s division...

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  14. Georges St-Pierre vs Carlos Condit: What We Learned About Condit

    Carlos Condit forced GSP into the trenches last night. He may not have exited the octagon with the belt, but he proved to the world that he’s very capable of competing at the highest level of competition the sport has to offer...

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  15. Georges St-Pierre vs. Carlos Condit Results: What Went Wrong for Condit

    After watching last night’s title fight between Georges St-Pierre and Carlos Condit twice over, it’s rather difficult to identify precisely what went wrong for Carlos Condit ...

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  16. UFC 154 Results: The 5 Biggest Threats to GSP's Title

    Last night proved two very important things. First, Georges St-Pierre is still unquestionably the top dog at 170 pounds; second, he is indeed capable of overcoming adversity...

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  17. UFC 154 Results: Why Georges St-Pierre Needs to Stay at Welterweight

    There isn ’t an MMA fan out there that wouldn ’t drool over a catchweight bout between current welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre and current middleweight champion Anderson Silva ...

    Matt Molgaard Written by Matt Molgaard about almost 2 years ago 8,124 reads 6 comments

  18. UFC: Things to Be Thankful for This Thanksgiving Season

    It’s been a roller coaster of a year. We’ ve seen a few thrilling battles take place in 2012, a few letdowns and the outright "Attack of the Injury Bug...

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  19. UFC 154: Martin Kampmann Will Beat Down Johny Hendricks

    When it comes to competitive matches, this might be the most compelling fight to be featured at UFC 154 . Georges St-Pierre vs. Carlos Condit will likely be an entertaining bout, Francis Carmont vs...

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  20. UFC 154: Questions We Have About Carlos Condit

    It’s unlikely that we’ll see anything other than Carlos Condit attempting to decapitate Georges St. Pierre Saturday night. The man shows up with sound ideas and well-planned tactics, and those blueprints tend to involve a lot of aggression...

    Matt Molgaard Written by Matt Molgaard about almost 2 years ago 1,719 reads 12 comments

  21. Carlos Condit: 5 Reasons to Root for Him at UFC 154

    I enjoy watching Georges St-Pierre turn top-notch opponents into outclassed amateurs. Not because I hold any particular dislike for anyone in the welterweight division, but because ...

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  22. UFC 154: Martin Kampmann and the 10 Fighters Who Are Never out of a Fight

    Every now and then a special breed of fighter emerges. A man both profoundly tough and always dangerous, this man is a scarce find...

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  23. Takanori Gomi, UFC on FUEL TV 6: 6 Questions We Have About Gomi

    Takanori Gomi has seen the up side of down and everything in between during his 14-year career as a mixed martial artist...

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  24. Myles Jury vs. Michael Johnson: Head-to-Toe Breakdown

    I love to see young, hungry guys tangle in a battle for supremacy. However, when both are on pace to emerge as legit, dangerous, top-10 material in a few years, I think sometimes letting things simmer can be a bit more beneficial...

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  25. The UFCs 10 Nicest Fighters

    We all know, and likely acknowledge the fact, that in combat sports, it’s often the villainous persona that sells tickets. Honestly, I don’t have any qualms with a fighter attempting to market himself...

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