CC is bringig Bonjasky and Yyvel
i'm a bit lazy to translation right now so here is just short summary
he will bring Bonjasky, Iyvel and Ivan Hippolyte to train with them.....................something about training more stand up (he'll train in this proportion: stand up/ground game 80:20)...and he had also mentioneted that he will get octagon next week
if anyone have the will to translate the whole article please be my guest : http://www.vecernji.hr/newsroom/sports/more/1778600/index.do;jsessionid=A9C15A119E0A46BE3791FD10F9A1694D.2
Patient Wanderlei Still Wants Liddell
Former PRIDE middleweight ace Wanderlei Silva (Pictures) is coming to America.
"I'm moving to the U.S., but I still don't know where I'll live. I'm in doubt between Las Vegas and Florida," Silva stated. "I'm going there to see a house … and after this I'll decide."
The Brazilian admits he doesn't even know where he will train, "I'm shooting in the dark, and I'm still thinking how I will train. I have to see the available gyms, where I'll train, and with who."
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UFC on ESPN
Spike may not be the only cable network offering UFC content. The organization is in discussions with HBO, and has had preliminary discussions with ESPN, about securing a distribution deal for additional live events and other UFC content, according to executives from both networks.
So, About Those Steroids…
Tumultuous times for the barely-potty-trained sport of MMA: in a first of its kind, two UFC main event fighters have tested positive for unpronounceable pharmaceuticals. Weeks ago, a living legend with the physique of Mahatma Gandhi was caught with the needle.
New Season of Tapout Begins Aug. 1
Los Angeles, CA. - From the producers of American Chopper and Dirty Jobs, the VERSUS original series TapouT follows Mask, Punkass and Skyskrape-the crew behind the premier mixed martial arts clothing and gear line TapouT-on their cross country travels in search of the next MMA superstar. After a great series debut in June- which included three episodes and saw a 140 percent increase in household impressions for the time period average-all new episodes featuring the bad boys of MMA will premiere on VERSUS Wednesdays beginning August 1st at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
IFL To Start Drug Testing
The commissioner of the IFL, Kurt Otto, is a very busy man. He and his partner Gareb Shamus have single-handedly started up the first team mixed martial arts promotion in America...
Chris Lytle vs. Tristan Yunkers Aug. 11, UFL
Tristan “The Tarantula” Yunker (11-5 MMA, 0-0 UFC) will fight Chris Lytle (23-14-5 MMA, 3-6 UFC) in the main event of a United Fight League card in Indianapolis. The event takes place Aug. 11 at Canseco Fieldhouse.The contracts were signed today, according to representatives from Yunker’s camp.
CNN reviews MMA (update: LINK found)
I just caught a news brief on CNN talking about MMA in general. Of course they only showed highlights of UFC Fight Night events from Spike. But it was a balanced report.
They even reinterviewed Senator McCain and now he says "I have no interest in it, but now that there are sanctioned rules in place I have no problem with it."
I'm trying to find a related link on the internet but can't find anything so if you watch CNN today I'm sure they'll replay that segment like they replay all of their news throughout the day.
(YOU NEED TO SCROLL HALF WAY DOWN THE PAGE OF THE LINK)
Sherk Releases Statement on Appeal
Sean Sherk (Pictures) has retained an attorney and plans to fight the allegations that he used anabolic steroids in the run-up to his July 7 title defense against Hermes Franca (Pictures). In a press release, Sherk clearly maintained his innocence although he had no immediate explanation for the positive test.
Drug Use in MMA: The Numbers Don't Lie
In the first part of MMAWeekly’s series on the drug problem in MMA, we looked at the staggering number of fighters who continue to test positive, the growing sanctions by state athletic commissions, and with the possibility of MMA promotions starting to crack down on the fighters who do test positive.
Video interview with BJ Penn.
(CBS) LOS ANGELES UFC's B.J. Penn had plenty to say about the state of mixed martial arts, his future in the UFC and even admitted that he held on to his chokehold a little longer than normal in his recent victory against Jens Pulver.
Jay Dee "B.J." Penn is an American professional mixed martial arts fighter and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner.
He holds notable wins over Matt Hughes, Takanori Gomi, Matt Serra, Jens Pulver and Caol Uno.
He is the first American-born winner of the World Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship in the black belt category, a former UFC Welterweight Champion, and [was] a coach on the The Ultimate Fighter 5 reality show.
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