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Chris Weidman can defeat Anderson Silva at UFC 162

Posted on 11 March 2013 by Hunter Homistek

UFC on Fuel TV: Munoz v Weidman
Chris Weidman is set to take on middleweight champion and pound-for-pound king Anderson Silva at UFC 162.

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Wanderlei Silva: What’s Next for ‘The Axe Murderer’?

Posted on 03 March 2013 by Hunter Homistek

Wanderlei Silva

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UFC on Fuel TV 8 Main Card Predictions

Posted on 02 March 2013 by Hunter Homistek

The UFC returns to Saitama, Japan, for UFC on Fuel TV 8, and the UFC brass assembled one sensational card that is sure to leave fans utterly satisfied.

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UFC 157 Main Card Predictions

Posted on 23 February 2013 by Hunter Homistek

CREDIT: fcfighter.com

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Dana White Says “It’s Official” Women Are In UFC, Now What?

Posted on 23 November 2012 by Jillian Bullock

By Jillian Bullock

Now that it’s official, according to UFC President Dana White, women will fight in the UFC. White who had always been an outspoken critic regarding women fighting for the number one MMA organization recently changed his tune when he inked a deal with Strikeforce bantamweight   champion Ronda Rousey. During an appearance on The Jim Rome Show, White stated: “Yes, it’s official. Ronda Rousey did sign with the UFC. She has the credentials, the pedigree; I mean everything. She has the whole package.

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Georges St-Pierre: On A Mission To Prove He’s Still The True UFC Welterweight Champion

Posted on 10 November 2012 by Jillian Bullock

- By Jillian Bullock

In December 2011, UFC’s Welterweight champion, Georges St. Pierre, was training to prepare for a title defense against challenger Nick Diaz. The fight was scheduled to take place in Las Vegas, NV in February 2012, but it never happened. The French-Canadian fighter blew out his ACL on the right knee. Since that time many have wondered if St-Pierre would be able to return to the octagon after such a severe injury and if he does will he be as good as he once was.

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The Industry of Women in Mixed Martial Arts

Posted on 20 June 2012 by jcaudill

Now it’s no big secret that UFC President Dana White has always been a bit skeptical to the idea of Women fighters in the UFC. He has said in the past that he wasn’t against it so much as he didn’t see the market for Women in Mixed Martial Arts. Don’t misunderstand, Mr. White is very respectful of the female athletes themselves and has been vocal about his support for fighters like Ronda Rousey, but he has stated that he doesn’t feel there are enough female athletes on a Rousey like level to make for an interesting division.Strikeforce champion, Sarah Kaufman

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What Will This Year Hold In MMA & The UFC?

Posted on 01 January 2012 by Tony Hackerott

2011 was unquestionably one of the greatest years in the short existence of mixed martial arts. The UFC has continued to grow and expand, Bellator has begun to find a stable foothold and produce stars, and Strikeforce will continue to air on Showtime, handled as a completely separate entity from the UFC, despite the fact that Zuffa now owns the promotion. Although the Japanese scene continues to struggle, MMA has caught like wildfire in the United States, and only promises to reach more households worldwide as time unfolds, which could certainly see a turn-around for promotions based in Japan.

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Strikeforce: Is It Still Business as Usual?

Posted on 19 October 2011 by Tony Hackerott

Written By: Aiden Rudd

“When Strikeforce was purchased by the UFC’s parent company Zuffa LLC in March, Strikeforce chairman Scott Coker, has professed that it is ‘Business as Usual’ for the companies. Strikeforce was still to operate as a separate promotion, it would still co-promote with M1-Global to keep the whole Fedor fiasco from collapsing. However, 7 months later is that statement still realistic?”

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Paul Daley Should have Had Contract Terminated

Posted on 31 March 2011 by Hobson Lopes

The title says it all.  You punch a guy after the final horn, you should get fired.  What doesn’t Paul Daley get about that?

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