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YAMMA Pit Fighting Finalizes April 11 Card
(mmajunkie.com)
The full card for the event includes: Masters Superfights Don Frye (19-6-1) vs. Oleg Taktarov (15-5-2) Eric "Butterbean" Esch (10-5-1) vs. Gary Goodridge (23-15-1) Heavyweight Tournament George Bush (5-0) Alexey Oleynik (6-3) Sherman Pendergarst (10-8) Marcelo Pereira (5-0) Rex Richards (4-1) Tony Sylvester (10-1) Chris Tuscherer (10-0) Travis Wiuff (47-11)
Submitted Mar 5, 2008 1:09PM by SmileR - 12 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Filho will not fight in March
(tatame.com.br)
*Translated*The new fight enters the champion of the WEC até 83kg, the Paulão Brazilian Son, and the American Chael Sonnen was postponed. The fight, that was marked for day 26 of March, in Wools Vegas, United States, was transferred to June. “I was not at a good moment, had depression problems, I am arising itself now, and the Americans had been forcing a bar I to fight now. It does not have this to be from fear to earn or to lose, but I was not motivated to train, I was not training right, then I decided to fulfill the contract and the fight was transferred to June”, disclosed Paulão.
Submitted Mar 5, 2008 11:55AM by grappler0000 - 9 comments
Filed under: WEC, MMA Personalities
 
LINDLAND DISCUSSES EXODUS FROM BODOG FIGHT
(mmaweekly.com)
Lindland last competed in April of 2007 against Fedor Emelianenko in BodogFight: Clash of Nations in St. Petersburg, Russia. He has spent the last ten months expecting two more bouts and two more paydays. Neither came to fruition. "I lived up to my end of the bargain," said the Greco-Roman wrestling Olympic silver-medalist. "I haven't fought since April, anticipating two more fights with Bodog. "I was exclusive with them for that period of time. That's why I hadn't done any negotiations outside of that contract. I was upholding my end of the bargain and dealing with them with integrity and honesty. I was being forthright, but they weren't doing such. It was very difficult. "
Submitted Mar 5, 2008 11:42AM by SmileR - 7 comments
Filed under: Interviews
 
UFC 83 Televised Card Set
(mmajunkie.com)
The UFC recently posted the final televised card for "UFC 83: Serra vs. St. Pierre 2," an event that takes place April 19 at Montreal's Bell Centre. It's the first-ever UFC event held in Canada and is scheduled to air via pay-per-view. The full card includes: MAIN CARD Champ Matt Serra vs. Georges St. Pierre (title-unification bout) Rich Franklin vs. Travis Lutter Nate Quarry vs. Kalib Starnes Michael Bisping vs. Charles McCarthy Marc Bocek vs. Mac Danzig PRELIMINARY CARD Joe Doerksen vs. Jason MacDonald Rich Clementi vs. Sam Stout Alan Belcher vs. Jason Day Jonathan Goulet vs. Kuniyoshi Hironaka Ed Herman vs. Demian Maia*
Submitted Mar 5, 2008 10:51AM by juanez13 - 26 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Kevin Randleman -VS Roger Gracie - next World Victory Road Event
Ive just read on a play by play that this fight was just announced for their next event, proper story and LINK coming soon
Submitted Mar 5, 2008 7:20AM by CornishMMA - 20 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Evan Tanner on Fighting Career: "Im not done"
(mmajunkie.com)
Evan Tanner suffered a second-round knockout loss to Yushin Okami at this past weekend's UFC 82 event, failing in his comeback attempt after a two-year layoff from the sport. After I read this article I had to post it. I hope for nothing but the best for Tanner.
Submitted Mar 5, 2008 2:21AM by ThaAxeMurderer7 - 13 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Diesel Out, Cyborg In At Strikeforce/EXC
(mmajunkie.com)
With Joe "Diesel" Riggs officially off the 3/29 Strikeforce/EliteXC event, Evangelista "Cyborg" Santos has been signed to face Riggs' original opponent, Joey Villasenor. This is only contingent on Santos not getting seriously injured during his fight at World Victory Road on March 5.
Submitted Mar 4, 2008 6:15PM by DCRage - 8 comments
Filed under: StrikeForce, EliteXC
 
UFC marketing on Okami v. Silva
(mmamania.com)
For what it's worth: Has the UFC marketing already begun for Anderson Silva vs. Yushin Okami rematch?
Submitted Mar 4, 2008 5:18PM by babytater03 - 16 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Rua Re-Injures Knee, Out of UFC 85
(ufc.com)
Scheduled to make his return to the Octagon this June against Chuck Liddell at UFC 85 in London, light heavyweight star Mauricio “Shogun” Rua has instead been forced to withdraw from the bout due to a ruptured ACL in his left knee, the same injury he had surgery on to repair last October after his UFC 76 fight with Forrest Griffin. Surgery on the injured knee will be scheduled shortly, and there is no word on when Rua will be cleared to return to the Octagon.
Submitted Mar 4, 2008 4:02PM by babalu2720 - 43 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
World Victory Road Fighters Weigh-In, Nearly Fight Too
(mmaweekly.com)
The weigh-ins for World Victory Road's first event were held today While everyone made weight, Kazuyuki Fujita and Peter graham apparently couldn't wait to get it on.
Submitted Mar 4, 2008 2:40PM by DCRage - 10 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
MMA Fan's conversation with Kim and Randy: Forrest ko'd kimbo in sparring and he never came back
(sherdog.net)
Hey guys, I don't know if you remember my old thread a while ago when I paid a visit to Randy Couture at his grand opening of his Wellington Xtreme Couture gym in Wellington, FL, but I had a chance to go see him again today and it was quite the journey. First off, me and my buddies got back at around 2 after the fights and went to bed and woke up at 5 to drive to Wellington in order to make it there at the opening time, which was 10 AM. From Gainesville, it's about a 4-4.5 hour drive with a stop for food, bathroom, etc. It was brutal. With 3 hours of sleep I drove 4.5 hours there and stayed from 10AM to when the event was over at 4 PM and then drove back and now I'm here, nearly dead. Anyways, I got a chance to talk to both Randy and Kim for about an hour each 1-on-1. I got a lot of interesting information and cool stuff. I'm just going to list it because I'm far too tired to organize it any other way. Randy: Wanderlei is preparing for Jardine, working vastly on wrestling and an "effective gameplan." Ray Sefo and Jan Nortje has started training @ Xtreme Couture in Vegas. Randy is happy with his decision to sign with HDNET, and says they are treating him great. Says he's going to fight Fedor around June or July and they are pushing for it to happen in a cage. Said his strategy against Fedor will be to trade a little bit and wrestle him down and keep him there. Said he was absolutely shocked at the outcome of Silva v. Hendo, he thought Silva was going to win, but not by a submission. Said he's very interested in fighting Big Nog, but no way in hell in the UFC. Is coming out with 3 movies soon: Big Stan, Redbelt and Scorpion King 2. I'll think of more important things he said, I'm brain dead atm. Kim: Her first fight last Sat was a Muay Thai "smoker" fight, nothing serious Her real fight is in April or so, with an org. under Chael Sonnen Says Gina almost never is in the gym training even when she has a fight coming up Hasn't sparred Wanderlei. Said most of Hughes' book was exaggerated and many of those who were there in the events in his book claimed things were blown way out of proportion. Says Chuck's book was barely, BARELY written by Chuck at all. Says Xtreme Couture clothing is doing great and so are the gyms. They are opening 3 more. Fractured her wrist somehow. Thinks Randy will demolish Big Nog and have a solid chance against Fedor. Randy now has a ****l plate in his forearm similar to Tim Sylvia from the Gonzaga kick. Said the Gonzaga head kick to him (the one that looked like it nearly killed him) was actually just a slap because Randy was moving his head away. (According to her and Randy) - it wasn't nearly as bad as it looked on TV. Says Randy follows a diet, not too strict and his fore arm is healed and he's been back in the gym. Really dislikes Dana White. Not impressed by Big Nog's performances in the UFC at all. Says Randy doesn't read Sherdog @ all, let alone know how to work a computer. Says: "He only makes the news, doesn't care to read about it." Says she absolutely loves Anderson Silva's fluidity and fighting style, and prefers stand-up herself. Liked my necklace a lot :] Says her and Randy live a calm life in Vegas, far from the strip, close to their gym. Randy is coming out with his book and is waiting for everyone to release theirs. Has been working on his for nearly 2 years now and put a lot of time and effort in it. She says it will be a lot different from Hughes' and Liddell's books. Likes to train for herself rather than money, fame, etc. EDIT: Another thing she said which was very interesting, is they are trying to get Wanderlei away from the "bodybuilder - esque" workouts and more focused on circuits, etc. ***Also, the funniest thing she said was when I asked her opinion on Kimbo, she said at first she was a bit skeptical, but he came in one day to their gym in Vega and showed he had a very tough heart and trained hard. Also, him and Forrest sparred and he was KO'd by Forrest and he never came back again! That's everything I can really think of now. I'm sure I'll think of more when my brain comes back to its senses... Will post pics later I guess, so tired. All in all, event was incredible, Randy and Kim were so willing to talk to me and my bud because we had such knowledge of MMA and what was going on. Kim actually didn't like the whole people flooding Randy and all the media and came over to me and my friend to talk to us. Extremely sociable and awesome to talk to. Same with Randy.
Submitted Mar 4, 2008 1:20PM by ufc88 - 38 comments
Filed under: Interviews
 
IFL CEO Jay Larkin Has Battle Outside the Ring
(mmajunkie.com)
LAS VEGAS -- Every day the alarm goes off and his eyes open is a victory for Jay Larkin. He has one of the toughest jobs in sports: trying to take the IFL off the critical list. The league’s stock is hovering at 10 cents, rumors of its demise pop up every day and sponsors shudder at the thought of associating with it. But Larkin looks at it all – “this great big mess,” he says – and beams. He has a job that makes him relevant, and going to work every day trying to solve problems for folks who depend on his wisdom and his instincts almost makes him forget he has brain cancer. Almost. Larkin, 57, was diagnosed with brain cancer in April 2007, nearly 1½ years after he parted ways with Showtime, where he founded and ran the network’s boxing program. If the IFL’s many woes make him forget, he remembers by the monthly trips to Durham, N.C., where he receives treatment at Duke University.
Submitted Mar 4, 2008 12:58PM by Bemin - 0 comments
Filed under: IFL
 
2 Brocks Fighting At UFC 87?
(mmamania.com)
In addition to Brock Lesnar fighting at UFC 87, there are unconfirmed reports that Brock Larson, currently one of WEC's top Welterweights, could fight at UFC 87. Larson has a 1-1 career UFC record and, like Lesnar, hails from Minnesota.
Submitted Mar 4, 2008 12:24PM by DCRage - 6 comments
Filed under: UFC, WEC
 
Total Performance Rankings - UFC 82
http://sports.yahoo.com/mma/news;_ylt=AjPDD05G3bM5OEVzDlu9mKw9Eo14?slug=ys-fightmetric030308&prov=yhoo&type=lgns This is pretty cool!! They gave a very slight edge to Kongo.
Submitted Mar 4, 2008 12:16PM by stock - 8 comments
 
Kampmann Vs. Rivera At UFC 85
(mmajunkie.com)
Martin Kampmann's camp has confirmed that he will face Jorge Rivera at UFC 85. Both fighters have accepted the fights and just need to sign the respective deals.
Submitted Mar 4, 2008 12:02PM by DCRage - 15 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
UFC 82 Medical Suspensions Announced
(mmajunkie.com)
The Ohio Athletic Commission as announced the medical suspensions from UFC 82. Just 4 were suspended, all for precautionary reasons.
Submitted Mar 4, 2008 12:00PM by DCRage - 4 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Despite Report Luke Cummo Was Not Suspended
(mmaweekly.com)
Contrary to a report published on Monday, UFC 82 fighter Luke Cummo has not tested positive for elevated levels of caffeine or any other substance following his Ultimate Fighting Championship bout with Luigi Fioravanti in Columbus, Ohio. In fact, according to Ohio Athletic Commission executive director Bernie Profato, Cummo was not even one of the fighters tested following his bout. He stated that Ohio took a little bit different tact with UFC 82 to crack down on performance enhancing drugs and instead of randomly testing fighters, the state chose to test all of the winners. I figured that story was a spoof.
Submitted Mar 3, 2008 9:07PM by wolfman - 7 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
UFC 82 press confrence...Interesting quote's as always.
(mrsunshinevegas.wordpress.com)
This is an audio recording. Dana says the quote in part 2 about 15 minuets in.
Submitted Mar 3, 2008 9:07PM by cmill21 - 1 comment
Filed under: UFC
 
Cummo Suspended.
(fightlinker.com)
UFC fighter Luke Cummo has been suspended three months for failing a random drug test administered by the Ohio Athletic Commission. The test, conducted after his loss against Luigi Fioravanti at Saturday’s UFC 82 event, showed that Cummo had extremely elevated caffeine levels beyond anything the commission had ever seen before. “Normally we don’t pay that much attention to the level of caffeine in a fighter’s blood,” said OAC commissioner Warren Petty. “But Luke Cummo’s readings were off the chart. At first we thought there must be a mistake with the test, but follow ups showed that our original findings were accurate. This guy must have been tripping balls in the Octagon.” WEIRD!!!!!
Submitted Mar 3, 2008 5:59PM by cmill21 - 16 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Report: Quinton Jackson vs. Forrest Griffin Set for UFC 86 on July 5
(mmajunkie.com)
Just two weeks after “The Ultimate Fighter 7” season finale takes place, UFC light heavyweight Quinton Jackson (28-6 MMA, 3-0 UFC) and Forrest Griffin (15-4 MMA, 6-2 UFC) — the show’s two coaches — will headline a UFC 86 event in Las Vegas.
Submitted Mar 3, 2008 5:35PM by nickcuc547 - 13 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
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