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Today’s clipboard of news

By Zach Arnold | March 26, 2008

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Updates on state MMA regulation

In Maryland and South Carolina.

Interview notes

With Matt Serra and Mark Cuban.

Pancrase today at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo

Nova Uniao’s Marlon Sandro defeated Miki Shida in the main event today in R2 in 4’19 by KO. Sandro is now the #1 contender for the KOP Featherweight crown. In the semi-main event, Izuru Takeuchi defeated Hiromitsu Kanehara after 3R by a 3-0 judges’ decision. Alavutdin Gadzhiev defeated Hikaru Sato in R1 in 1’20 by KO.

Other notes

Another Rampage Jackson/TMZ episode (along with a Rampage interview at Jarry Park), plus Todd Martin previews Frank Shamrock vs. Cung Le.

Topics: HDNet, Japan, Media, MMA, Pancrase, UFC, UK, Zach Arnold | 3 Comments » | Permalink | Trackback |

3 Responses to “Today’s clipboard of news”

  1. SI wasn’t supposed to syndicate that Cuban Q&A. I’ve asked them to take it down. Please visit the one on my site:

    http://fightticker.com/story_032508_one_on_one_with_mark_cuban

    More exclusive details on the Maryland MMA bill:

    http://fightticker.com/story_032608_md_house_of_delegates_one_step_closer_on_mma_bill

    Yes, Fight Ticker is breaking news!

  2. IceMuncher says:

    Matt Hughes was right, Serra really does have a small-man complex. Usually when fighters give excuses like GSP did, people just move on and it becomes a non-issue within a month or two. Serra just will not let. it. go. I’ve never seen anyone make the same complaints about a lack of respect for a year straight.

    I really hope GSP wins. I don’t want to have to listen to an insecure UFC champion complain constantly for another 2 years about how nobody gave him any respect after his original victory over GSP, and yet he still managed to beat GSP in a rematch. It would be unbearable.

  3. PizzaChef says:

    Zach, has this been posted at all yet?

    http://www.cityboxing.com/arbitration.aspx

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