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Vladimir Matyushenko, in his first UFC main event since 2001, finds himself facing young upstart Jon “Bones” Jones in one of the biggest tests in his MMA career.
Luke Thomas unloaded on several topics today on Twitter…
Lots of news articles about UFC fighters and fights coming up this Sunday for UFC’s second Versus show, happening at the San Diego Sports Arena.
Kevin Iole thinks that the Manny Pacquiao/Antonio Margarito fight will happen at Cowboys Stadium in DallasFriday, July 30th, 2010
Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports says that Las Vegas is likely out as far as a potential city to host the Manny Pacquiao/Antonio Margarito fight and that Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (Dallas), Texas has emerged as the front-runner.
Ken Pavia and Bellator are on the wrong end of a UFC attack both PR-wise and legally.
A discussion about whether or not the fight between Jake Shields vs. Martin Kampmann should be the semi-main event on UFC’s October card in Anaheim turned into a larger discussion about how the UFC’s booking of their Welterweight division has cannibalized any new challengers for Georges St. Pierre.
Jason Genet, who manages several fighters who fight under the Zuffa MMA umbrella, is paying up big to the SEC based on their charges that he was involved in a ‘pump and dump’ stock scheme.
Maybe I missed something, but apparently Inside MMA was discussing the possibility of an interim title being created for the UFC Light Heavyweight division while Mauricio Shogun recovers from knee surgery.
Jamie Varner on Kamal Shalorus kicking him in the nuts three times and facing Donald Cerrone in his next fightWednesday, July 28th, 2010
The former WEC Lightweight champion has a message for Donald Cerrone about their upcoming fight. He really feels that a re-match is in order with Ben Henderson.
Greg Jackson did an interview on Sherdog radio this past Monday and it was one of the more insightful interviews I’ve heard in a long time. He talked about what it’s like to coach Jon Jones, his thoughts on Shane Carwin’s performance against Brock Lesnar, and what he expects to see out of Jake Shields in the UFC.
Inside MMA recently had a discussion about the future of K-1 and Japanese MMA. Bas Rutten was exactly on target with his comments.
Sarah Kaufman’s drawing some heat in some quarters for being so outspoken. Why?
BJJ instructor superstar Lloyd Irvin did maybe one of the best radio interviews I’ve heard with Caleb of The Fightworks Podcast. He said so many bold statements that we had to highlight them here and take a look at what he actually said.« Previous Entries