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Just a matter of time: Robert Drysdale
(mmamania.com)
Robert Drysdale — the 2007 Abu Dhabi Combat Club (ADCC) Open Weight tournament winner — tasted mixed martial arts victory for the first time on October 17 of this year, submitting Josh Musick with a sweet-looking first round armbar at TUFF-N-UFF. The event took place at The Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, marking the amateur debut in the sport for perhaps the most dangerous 205-pound Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu player on the planet today.
Submitted Dec 10, 2008 12:41AM by MMAcca - 0 comments
Filed under: General MMA
 
UFC Inks John "Doomsday" Howard to 4-Fight Deal, UFC 94 Debut Likely
(mmajunkie.com)
The Ultimate Fighting Championship has signed top Northeast welterweight and one-time International Fight League fighter Josh "Doomsday" Howard (10-4 MMA, 0-0 UFC) to a four-fight deal. Howard's manager, Joshua Benton of Strategic Sports Management, today told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) of the signing.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 9:36PM by ohiostate1016 - 5 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
THIAGO ALVES GETS NEXT SHOT AT UFC 170 TITLE
(mmaweekly.com)
When asked if St. Pierre would face Anderson Silva if he got past Penn at UFC 94, White answered, "No. If he beats B.J. Penn, he'll fight Thiago Alves. And then, if he beats Thiago, maybe we'll start talking about (St. Pierre and Silva) meeting at a catch weight fight or GSP going right to 185 and fighting." White later clarified that Alves will get the shot, not only if St. Pierre wins, but even if it is Penn that wins the UFC 94 mega-fight. "He's next in line for a title shot. If GSP beats B.J. Penn, then (Alves) fights GSP. If B.J. Penn wins, then he fights B.J. And then he'd have to defend that title for a while before I let him move up and try to fight Anderson."
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 8:05PM by Wolfenstein - 18 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
UFC Fights For The Trops Weigh-In Results: 2 Miss Weight
(ufc.com)
The UFC Fights For The Troops weigh-in results have just been revealed, and it's forced one change to the card: Both Luigi Fioravanti and Brodie Farber missed weight. Their fight is still on, but it now will be a catch weight fight at 173 instead of the normal welterweight limit of 170.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 6:24PM by DCRage - 17 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Stefan Struve Being Courted By All Major Orgs
(fightersonlymagazine.co.uk)
Young Dutch heavyweight Stefan Struve is being courted by the UFC and a number of other large MMA promotions. Struve (22-2) told Fighters Only today that he and his coach Bob Schreiber have been discussing a deal with UFC executives. “We’re in talks but we didn’t sign anything yet. We’ve got a couple of options so we are looking at the best one now,” he said. “We have also talked with both Dream and Affliction, so there will be a choice to make!”
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 5:55PM by MMAcca - 3 comments
Filed under: General MMA
 
Former NCAA Champ Phil Davis to compete for PFC (Diabate Vs Sincade Main Event)
(fiveouncesofpain.com)
Former NCAA champion and light heavyweight prospect Phil Davis will be fighting on the West Coast for the first time when he competed for the Palace Fighting Championships in Lemoore, California on January 22. The news was made public on Tuesday morning by Davis’ management team, Lionheart Management. Davis, 1-0, is scheduled to face Josh Green, a veteran of both the Gladiator Challenge promotion and the pre-Zuffa WEC. Green is 4-1 with all four of his victories taking place inside of the first round. EDIT: Famed French striker and recent EliteXC fighter Cyrille "Snake" Diabate (12-6-1) will meet "The Ultimate Fighter" and UFC alumnus Lodune Sincaid (14-6) in the main event of Palace Fighting Championship's Jan. 22 event. Nathan Brodnax of MMAAgents.com, which represents Diabate, told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) that bout agreements will soon be distributed and signed for the headline fight. Diabate, a one-time PRIDE fighter who was offered an EliteXC light-heavyweight title fight before the organization canceled its Nov. 8 event, will compete for just the second time in 21 months.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 5:44PM by MMAcca - 1 comment
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Ciesnolevicz Sees Adrenaline As Springboard
(mmaweekly.com)
During the days of the International Fight League, one team rose above the others, claiming all but one team title during the promotion’s history. Lead by MMA legend and former Ultimate Fighting Championship welterweight titleholder Pat Miletich, the Quad Cities Silverbacks not only produced multiple world team tournament championships, but also helped introduce some exciting young talent into the MMA spotlight. Among the new faces to the big stage was light-heavyweight Mike Ciesnolevicz. During his time in the IFL, he proved a formidable opponent, and after the company folded, Ciesnolevicz went old school by winning two fights in two days earlier this year. Still, he yearns to return to the spotlight, and will get an opportunity to do so on the Dec. 11 Adrenaline card, headlined by his former IFL coach and mentor.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 5:34PM by MMAcca - 2 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Roger Huerta Signs New Deal With UFC
(mmaweekly.com)
Popular lightweight Roger Huerta has apparently mended fences with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He signed a new five-fight contract on Monday...
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 5:32PM by MMAcca - 17 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
(Video Interview) Varner talks Cerrone, future opponents, and a potential move to UFC
(sherdog.com)
World Extreme Cagefighting lightweight champion Jamie Varner seems to have adjusted to life with a belt wrapped around his waist. As he approaches his second title defense, this one against undefeated Donald Cerrone next month, the confident 23-year-old remains focused on maintaining his status as the WEC’s top 155-pound fighter. Success has only strengthened his resolve.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 4:26PM by Jackelope - 3 comments
Filed under: WEC
 
Jess Liaudin Out Of UFC
(mmajunkie.com)
"The Joker" has run out of aces up his sleeve. Although no official announcement has been made yet, reports have surfaced that Jess Liaudin is out of UFC after 3 straight losses. All 5 of his UFC fights were in Europe.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 4:16PM by DCRage - 8 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
The Fans Have Spoken: Inaugural World MMA Awards Winners Announced
(mmajunkie.com)
The winners for the inaugural World MMA Awards, launched by Fighters Only magazine this past year and voted on entirely by fans, have been announced. The big winners were the Fighters Of The Year-Anderson Silva and Gina Carano, and the Promotion Of The Year-UFC.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 2:15PM by DCRage - 11 comments
Filed under: General MMA
 
Badr Hari Fighting At K-1 Dynamite?
(bloodyelbow.com)
If Badr Hari was suspended indefinitely after his K-1 WGP Finals debacle, which some rumors out of Japan suggest, that indefinite suspension may not be long. A Croatian source is reporting that Hari has been offered a K-1 Dynamite!! fight against Mirko Cro Cop. Another remote but extremely unlikely possibility for Hari is Alistair Overeem, now rumored to fight Sergei Kharitonov at Dynamite.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 1:33PM by DCRage - 4 comments
Filed under: K-1 / K-1 Hero's
 
Paul Kelly To Fight At UFC 95
(fightersonlymagazine.co.uk)
Wolfslair welterweight Paul Kelly will be fighting at UFC 95 in London on February 21st, Fighters Only has been told. Our source said that Kelly has not yet been matched, but has been told he will be appearing on the card. Kelly is 1-1 in the UFC, winning a decision against Paul Taylor on his organisation debut at UFC 80 and losing by guillotine to Marcus Davis at UFC 89. The UFC has not confirmed Kelly’s appearance and is yet to confirm any of the fights that are rumoured for the event. SURPRISE, SURPRISE........
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 1:00PM by MMAcca - 10 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Josh Thomson's Toe Jam
(mmaweekly.com)
It's been a month since Strikeforce Lightweight champion Josh Thomson was forced out of his first title defense due to a toe injury. 1 month later, no progress despite rehab. Thomson says he has 2 weeks to get better or he's off Strikeforce's February event and will target a March return.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 11:10AM by DCRage - 0 comments
Filed under: StrikeForce
 
Where The UFC "Fight For The Troops" Began
(bloodyelbow.com)
UFC's Lorenzo Fertitta not only has contacts throughout MMA, but in all walks of life. One of those contacts-Fisher House vice chairman Arnold Fisher, one of many working with the Department of Defense to help build the National Intrepid Center of Excellence in Bethesda, MD, originally contacted Fertitta about raising money for the project. And so began the plan that became UFC: Fight For The Troops.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 10:24AM by DCRage - 0 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
12 Questions for Pat Miletich
(sherdog.com)
Back to Fighting When you’ve been in the game as long as Pat Miletich has, you need to be either training yourself or training someone else for a fight. If you’re not, you feel like something is not right, that the rhythm of life is disrupted. That’s part of why the 40-year-old Miletich (28-7-2), the UFC’s first welterweight champion and founder of the once-dominant Miletich Fighting Systems camp, took a fight against Thomas “Wildman” Denny. The fight on Thursday night will headline the latest offering from Monte Cox’s “Adrenaline” promotion, which airs live from Moline, Ill., on HDNet. Two years after a swift loss via guillotine choke to Renzo Gracie in the IFL, Miletich, one of MMA’s most tenured sages, spoke to Sherdog about his return, Brock Lesnar, the illness at UFC 35 that allegedly caused accidents and hallucinations in the cage, and the future of his heralded camp. Q: What moved you to take a fight now? A: Well, it’s a couple of different reasons. I’m tired of not competing, something I’ve done since I was five years old. It basically drives me insane to not have goals and not work towards things. I love the adrenaline, love fighting, love the crowd, the fans, things like that. I love the camaraderie of training with a lot of guys and everybody working toward a goal. Also it’s Monte Cox, who has been my manager for my entire career, doing the Adrenaline shows. It’s nice to be part of that. The show probably wouldn’t have taken place here in the Quad Cities, my hometown, had I not fought on the card. And so that would be one less fight that my guys get. It’s a televised bout, it gives those guys more exposure, so hopefully it will help those guys be seen by more eyes and get some contracts for those guys. They’re all very tough, world-class fighters on the card from my gym. I want to see those guys’ careers move on and do great things.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 7:49AM by grappler0000 - 0 comments
Filed under: Interviews
 
Rising Star Ronys Torres Signs With UFC
(mmaweekly.com)
People make do with the cards they have been dealt with; some rise above the rest. Ronys Torres (no relation to WEC's Miguel Torres) has endured humble beginnings to become one of the best lightweight prospects out of Brazil today. There is a lot of fighting opportunities for Torres in Brazil, but none that will garner him the high profile matches he can attain in the U.S. Ronys Torres recently signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He should debut next year.
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 7:37AM by DCRage - 7 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Rudy Valentino: after the Sean Sherk fight boxing promoters were asking me if BJ wanted to go pro in boxing
(bjpenn.com)
He says it in this episode of BJ's my gym show
Submitted Dec 9, 2008 3:24AM by ufc88 - 6 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
 
Silva's Suspension Defiance Now Official, Fighting At Sengoku 7
(bloodyelbow.com)
It's now official-EliteXC Heavyweight Champion Antonio Silva has accepted an offer to face Yoshihiro Nakao at Sengoku 7 on January 4, despite just getting a letter stating that the CSAC will move to revoke his license because Silva is still serving a 1-year suspension for a failed post-fight drug test.
Submitted Dec 8, 2008 5:36PM by DCRage - 9 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
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