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Report: Elvis Sinosic meets Chris Haseman at UFC 110 in Australia

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"The King of Rock n Rumble" will reportedly fight again for the UFC.

Longtime MMA veteran Elvis Sinosic (8-11-2 MMA, 1-6 UFC) meets countryman Chris Haseman (20-16 MMA, 0-1 UFC) at UFC 110 in Australia according to a report from the Brisbane Times.

The UFC has yet to officially schedule any contests for the as-yet-unannounced event, which is expected to take place Feb. 21 at Acer Arena in Sydney, Australia.

MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) could not immediately verify the report.

Despite limited success in the octagon, Sinosic fights for the eighth time inside of the octagon. The 38-year-old defeated Jeremy Horn in his 2001 debut for the promotion at "UFC 30: Battle in the Boardwalk," though Sinosic then lost three-straight bouts to Tito Ortiz, Evan Tanner and Renato "Babalu" Sobral.

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Post #1   11/26/09 2:53:06PM   

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really!?!?!?! the king of rock n' rumble is back!?!?! that would be awesome, always liked this guy

Post #2   11/26/09 4:21:47PM   

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Why does a guy who's 1-6 get another shot in the UFC when all of these high caliber fights falling on hard times get cut? He seems like a cool guy and I mean no disrespect, but he wasn't good enough eight years ago, what makes them think he can compete in the UFC today?

Post #3   11/26/09 5:47:20PM   

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Posted by bjj1605

Why does a guy who's 1-6 get another shot in the UFC when all of these high caliber fights falling on hard times get cut? He seems like a cool guy and I mean no disrespect, but he wasn't good enough eight years ago, what makes them think he can compete in the UFC today?



Im sure its more becouse hes an Aussie himself, rather than the UFC expecting him to make a run at Anderson.

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Post #4   11/26/09 5:52:19PM   

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the king has not left the building

Post #5   11/26/09 6:42:15PM   

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Say what you might but " The King of Rock and Rumble" is about as hard nosed a fighter as any. He takes a hell of beating and keeps coming.

Post #6   11/26/09 7:17:34PM   

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I remember when he almost beat bisping. What could have been.

Post #7   11/26/09 9:03:11PM   

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Posted by Twenty20Dollars

I remember when he almost beat bisping. What could have been.



That was the most excited and then disappointed I've ever been. Well one of the times. His record is kind of decieving considering who he's fought in the UFC. With a record like that give him so lower down guys cause he's fun to watch and he's a cool guy.

Post #8   11/26/09 10:50:35PM   

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No matter his record, if the UFC is down under, he will be fighting. Elvis gets a lot of flak, but he has the tools to beat most guys at any time, at least by sub.

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Post #9   11/26/09 10:56:22PM   

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this fight sucks and so do both of these fighters, I knew that this defeated veteran would be in just because its being held where he's from, who cares, there has got to be someone better then him that lives there, someone better then both of these guys.
and it will probably be on the maincard too, ....lame

Post #10   11/26/09 11:28:05PM   

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Elvis may not have one of the best records in MMA but he is a smart dude. Whenever there is a big fight coming up and they ask all these fighters their opinion on the fight, Elvis always gives the best response. Based on that, I bet Elvis would make a great mma commentator one day.

Post #11   11/27/09 3:48:59AM   

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he will get the crow treatment come back for a fight in his own backyard, lose and get cut

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Posted by prozacnation1978

he will get the crow treatment come back for a fight in his own backyard, lose and get cut



Cruel, but so true.

Post #13   11/27/09 10:10:15AM