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Fedor committed to fighting for M-1, not UFC
If this is true, then this really sucks. How long can he stay the #1 ranked P4P fighter in the world when he hasn't fought anyone of note in a while, and a large portion of the top heavyweight talent is in the UFC? What a bummer...
Submitted Oct 10, 2007 3:38PM by DoTheMMAth - 49 comments
The latest MMAWeekly World MMA Rankings were released on Wednesday, October 10. This system ranks the top ten MMA fighters from all across the world in each of the six largest weight classes, as voted on by MMAWeekly. We take into consideration a fighter's performance in addition to his win-loss record, head-to-head and common opponents, difficulty of opponents, and numerous other factors in what is the most comprehensive rankings system in the sport. As always, fighters who are currently serving drug-related suspensions are not eligible for top ten consideration. Here are the current MMAWeekly World MMA Rankings, which are up-to-date as of October 10.
Submitted Oct 10, 2007 1:30PM by CornishMMA - 22 comments
Machida Wants Jardine Next
Keith Jardine and Forrest Griffin were the talk of the town at UFC 76. Both Jardine and Griffin upset favorites Chuck “the Iceman” Liddell and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua respectively, instantly catapulting themselves up the Light Heavyweight rankings. Despite improving his MMA record to a perfect 11-0 that very same night by defeating Kazuhiro Nakamura, Ryoto “Lyoto” Machida was lost in the shadows. As a result, it is natural that the Brazilian would like to prove himself and stake his place amongst the upper echelons of the Light Heavyweight division. And what better way to make a statement than to take on the LHW division’s current “it-boy”? In an interview with Brazilian publication, Portal Do Vale Tudo, Lyoto Machida reveals that he would very much like to fight Jardine. Machida states, “I would like to fight against Keith Jardine. If he could knock out Forrest Griffin and defeat Chuck Liddell, then he is the one I want to fight.” Unfortunately for Ryoto, it may be a while before we see him getting a shot at the title. Machida is in a very difficult position. He is a great, proven fighter; yet he lacks the drawing power that many of the other fighters possess in the Light Heavyweight division. A victory against a high profile fighter such as Jardine or Griffin could very well be the catalyst that Machida needs to boost his popularity in UFC.
Submitted Oct 10, 2007 12:14PM by komodo20 - 15 comments
Roger Huerta has found solace as rising star in UFC
The bridge had been dangling in the river for less than a week, but it had already become a macabre civic landmark, the Twin Cities' answer to Manhattan's Ground Zero. On a scorching day last August, Roger Huerta was piloting his Jeep Commander from downtown Minneapolis to the St. Paul YMCA, where he trains in mixed martial arts. He drove slowly as he crossed the Mississippi River, pointing out the remnants of the I-35W bridge, whose collapse had caused the deaths of 13 Minnesotans six days earlier.
Submitted Oct 10, 2007 12:06PM by grappler0000 - 2 comments
Q&A with Machida - wants to fight Jardine next
If an undefeated fighter is a virtually unknown to the mainstream fans the first reason that comes to mind is that he hasn’t fought top competition. This could not be further from the truth when it comes to UFC 205 lb. contender Lyoto Machida. Lyoto has fought and defeated UFC stars Rich Franklin, B.J Penn, and Stephan Bonnar. Most recently Lyoto won a one-sided unanimous decision over Pride Veteran Kazuhiro Nakamura at UFC 76 making Lyoto a perfect 3-0 in the UFC. In this must read interview Lyoto explains how he bucked the trend and made a successful transition into the octagon, his toughest fight of his career, and who he wants to make unlucky victim number 12. All of this and much more in this fightbeat exclusive......................
Submitted Oct 10, 2007 11:46AM by CornishMMA - 4 comments
Lessons to be learned from UFC's rematch history
At UFC 77 on Oct. 20, Rich Franklin will have the opportunity to avenge the most devastating loss of his career. It was one year ago that Anderson Silva brutalized Franklin with devastating knees from the clinch, and took Franklin's middleweight title in the first round. In order to win back his title, Franklin will have to not only defeat Silva but conquer the memory of that first fight. UFC history suggests that is easier said than done. There have been 53 rematches in UFC history. Setting aside draws and no contests, the fighters who won the previous bout were 33-17 in the rematch, winning two-thirds of those fights.
Submitted Oct 10, 2007 8:24AM by grappler0000 - 8 comments
Drew Fickett signs up for 3 fight deal with Cage Rage
Drew Fickett has signed up to a 3 fight deal and will fight on December 1st at the EliteXc presents Cage Rage 24 show. Drew has stepped up to the plate and will take on veteran Mark Weir in what promises to be an absolute war. Drew comes off the back of a win in the UFC and is a well rounded fighter who has been in the cage with some of the top names in MMA and more than held his own. Mark is coming off the Daley loss and will be looking to restore himself as the number contender in this weight division. This fight has all the makings of a classics!
Submitted Oct 10, 2007 7:55AM by CornishMMA - 9 comments
Palace FC to Make Formal Offer on Kimbo-Tank
An offer to resurrect the heavyweight spectacle between celebrated street brawlers David "Tank" Abbott and Kevin "Kimbo Slice" Ferguson (Pictures) is expected to be presented Wednesday morning to both parties on behalf of the Palace Fighting Championship, Sherdog.com learned Tuesday. "I have spoken to both sides' management," said PFC's Christian Printup via e-mail. "I am submitting a formal offer (Wednesday) morning. If it satisfies their financial needs the fight will happen on Oct. 18 in the PFC. If it doesn't, I can take comfort in knowing we made a very substantial offer nonetheless."
Submitted Oct 10, 2007 6:46AM by Sam_Rothstein - 6 comments
Rumored fight between UFC HW's Fabricio Werdum and Frank Mir appears unlikely
A rumored fight between UFC heavyweights Fabricio Werdum and Frank Mir appears unlikely. Werdum apparently mentioned the fight during a recent interview for a Portuguese-based website. MMAjunkie.com today heard from Dean Albrecht, Mir’s publicity and marketing manager, who said there’s “no validity” to the rumors........................
Submitted Oct 10, 2007 5:58AM by CornishMMA - 4 comments
Shamrock and his Razorclaws released from the IFL!
Some issues concerning the amount of teams in the IFL. It becomes even more confusing as it seems that they are dropping two other teams and bringing in Mario Sperry and Ian Freeman as coaches.
Submitted Oct 9, 2007 9:25PM by richieb19 - 4 comments
John Hacklman (Liddell's trainer) says that Chuck vs Wandy is on @ UFC 79

PC: I know you guys were eyeballing a fight with Shogun, but his knee surgery will prevent that fight from happening. Will you still like to get the Wanderlei fight? JH: Looks like the Wanderlei fight is going to happen. PC: Ok, is it still going to be in December? JH: December, yeah!
Submitted Oct 9, 2007 3:23PM by DoTheMMAth - 23 comments
BBC Inside Sport: The World of the UFC
BBC Sport - [Video story] Last month the BBC’s flagship sports show, Inside Sport, sent its camera to UFC 75 CHAMPION v CHAMPION when it hit London, England, featuring exclusive behind the scenes footage and interviews with UFC President Dana White, Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson and Michael ‘the Count’ Bisping
Submitted Oct 9, 2007 3:15PM by CornishMMA - 2 comments
UFC officials confirmed with The Fight Network yesterday that Hector Lombard (11-2-1, 1 NC), scheduled to face fellow Judoka Karo Parisyan at Nov. 17’s UFC 78 in Newark, N.J., has not been removed from the roster after a report surfaced yesterday that Lombard could not gain entry into the U.S. for the bout ................
Submitted Oct 9, 2007 1:57PM by CornishMMA - 15 comments
The Tuesday Takedown 10.09.07
In this edition of The Tuesday Takedown, we take a look at what happened to UFC 78, why Hector Lombard can't fight Karo Parisyan, why the deal between HBO and the UFC fell apart, Kimbo Slice's possible return to MMA, and some seriously whacked out quotes from former WEC fighter Kit Cope! Let's do this!
Submitted Oct 9, 2007 1:41PM by grappler0000 - 4 comments
The Ultimate Fighter 6 Finale: Clay Guida vs. Roger Huerta Official
UFC lightweights Roger Huerta (19-1-1 MMA, 5-0 UFC) and Clay Guida (22-8 MMA, 2-2 UFC) will headline The Ultimate Fighter Finale on Dec. 8 at The Palms Las Vegas......................
Submitted Oct 9, 2007 1:37PM by CornishMMA - 1 comment
UFC 79: Tony DeSouza -VS- Roan Carneiro
Tony DeSouza has been slated to face Roan Carneiro in a welterweight bout at Dec. 29’s UFC 79 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. DeSouza (10-3) joins teammates BJ Penn and Joe Lauzon on the roster, while all three are currently preparing together at Penn’s MMA Academy in Hilo, Hawaii for their contests....................................
Submitted Oct 9, 2007 1:36PM by CornishMMA - 6 comments
UFC 77: Are Brandon Vera and Tim Sylvia Fighting for a Title Shot?
After a nearly one-year absence from competition, undefeated UFC heavyweight Brandon Vera (8-0 MMA, 4-0 UFC) will return to the octagon next weekend at UFC 77 to take on former champ Tim Sylvia (23-3 MMA, 8-3 UFC). If victorious, the charismatic Californian may ask UFC officials for a title shot...............
Submitted Oct 9, 2007 1:26PM by CornishMMA - 19 comments
Hallman To Replace Nick Diaz In "Brawl For It All" Bout
The following is an excerpt from an article on ADCC News: Dennis Hallman replaces Nick Diaz in "Brawl for it All" Submitted by: Keith Mills No Limit Fighting’s promoter Phil Flahters confirms to nobody’s surprise Nick Diaz is off the upcoming “Brawl for it All” card in San Francisco...................
Submitted Oct 9, 2007 6:29AM by CornishMMA - 8 comments
Paul Buentello Scheduled For 11/16 Strikeforce Card
The following is an excerpt from an article on TheFightNetwork.com: Former UFC heavyweight championship contender Paul Buentello will fight for the Strikeforce promotion Friday, Nov. 16 at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif. No opponent has been named for the 33-year-old Texan......................
Submitted Oct 9, 2007 6:14AM by CornishMMA - 4 comments
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