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Hermes Franca picks the perfect time to start his own team
(fightlinker.com)
Showing the awesome good sense that led him to take an unmaskable steroid weeks before his title bout with Sean Sherk, Hermes Franca has decided to leave The Armory. Who else is in the Armory? Kurt Pelligrino and Rich Crunkilton, plus a bunch of Brazilian guys who are probably pretty good at jiu-jitsu Leaving your team to start your own school is all well and good, but here’s why its stupid
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 11:48PM by Sam_Rothstein - 3 comments
 
Sylvia/Vera winner to fight Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira for vacant heavyweight title
(sports.yahoo.com)
The winner of the Brandon Vera-Tim Sylvia fight on Saturday at UFC 77 in Cincinnati will meet Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira for the vacant heavyweight title sometime early next year.
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 3:59PM by madmarck - 25 comments
 
Wanderlei Silva: ‘I was tested’ for steroids in Japan
(ufcmania.com)
Former PRIDE FC middleweight champion and current UFC light heavyweight contender Wanderlei Silva responds to a question about steroid testing in Japan during a recent question and answer session and much more
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 3:56PM by madmarck - 4 comments
 
Ring Rust not a Concern for Brandon Vera
(mmajunkie.com)
Eleven months have passed since Brandon Vera (8-0 MMA, 4-0 UFC) last stepped into the octagon, but the promising UFC heavyweight isn’t worried about the time off.
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 3:54PM by madmarck - 0 comments
 
NINJA COMMENTS ON CAGE RAGE RETURN (UPDATE)
(mmaweekly.com)
Coming off a loss to Robbie Lawler for the EliteXC and ICON Sport middleweight titles, Murilo "Ninja" Rua will face off against Xavier Foupa-Pokam, a French fighter, at Cage Rage 24 on Dec. 1 in London, England.
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 3:52PM by madmarck - 1 comment
 
TIM SYLVIA PLANS A KNOCKOUT RETURN
(mmaweekly.com)
Former champion Tim Sylvia returns to action this weekend at UFC 77 in Cincinnati. Standing across from him in the Octagon will be Brandon Vera, who puts his perfect 8-0 record on the line. The fight will be Vera’s first in nearly a year.
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 3:51PM by madmarck - 5 comments
 
Adam Smith Suspended for 21months by CSAC
(sherdog.com)
Mixed martial artist Adam Smith (Pictures), already suspended for violating the California State Athletic Commission's policy on drugs of abuse after testing positive for cocaine and marijuana following his decision loss to Dewey Cooper (Pictures) on Sep. 29 at the Playboy Mansion, has returned a sample that contains the anabolic agents nandrolone and stanozolol.
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 3:50PM by madmarck - 6 comments
 
Big Nog to fight winner of Vera vs Sylvia for the UFC HW belt
(sports.yahoo.com)
The winner of the Brandon Vera-Tim Sylvia fight on Saturday at UFC 77 in Cincinnati will meet Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira for the vacant heavyweight title sometime early next year. - 7th bullet point down
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 11:55AM by DoTheMMAth - 20 comments
 
NSAC Overturns Cerrone's WEC Win
(sherdog.com)
The NSAC revealed Tuesday that the outcome of the Donald Cerrone-Kenneth Alexander fight at WEC 30, which Cerrone won by submission in 56 seconds, has been changed to a No Decision. It's good to see that the NSAC is really trying to send a serious message to these fighters with regards to drug use. Guess they didn't learn from the Nick Diaz example.
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 10:12AM by DCRage - 7 comments
 
Patience is no virtue for Jason MacDonald
(ufc.com)
If you ever see middleweight contender Jason MacDonald’s trainer Mark Pavelich around, the first thing you’ll probably notice is his full head of dark hair. But if in the coming months you start seeing some grays popping in, blame his fighter, who will be back in action this Saturday night against Yushin Okami and undoubtedly looking for an early night.
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 9:10AM by adamsb - 0 comments
 
Mahood To Retire Following Steroid Suspension
(mmaweekly.com)
The California State Athletic Commission on Monday announced that Bill Mahood had tested positive for the anabolic steroid Drostanolone following his loss to Bobby Southworth at Strikeforce’s Sept. 29 event at the Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hill, Calif. On Tuesday, Mahood released his own statement admitting to using the steroid and indicating that he would likely not fight again.
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 9:08AM by grappler0000 - 0 comments
 
Behind the Curtain: Zuffa's Finances Come Into Focus
(sherdog.com)
Randy Couture's resignation from the UFC and subsequent speculation about the company's pay scale have shoved Zuffa's finances back into the spotlight. As a privately held company, Zuffa has no public reporting obligations. The information that is made pubic is carefully screened and released only when convenient to tout the growth and success of the UFC brand. As a result the company's financial status and business model are largely left to speculation. But recent reports by Standard & Poor's, one of the leading financial services companies in the world, have provided new insight into the finances of the undisputed leader of the MMA world.
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 8:47AM by grappler0000 - 7 comments
 
Wanderlei Silva Q&A: Fight With “Shogun” Unlikely
(mmajunkie.com)
Wanderlei Silva will make his return to the UFC after a seven-year absence, but don’t expect the former PRIDE champion to take on fellow UFC signee and friend Mauricio “Shogun” Rua any time soon..................
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 7:40AM by CornishMMA - 0 comments
 
Xtreme Couture Fighters Talk About Randy Quitting UFC
(mmanews.com)
There's a new show up on RawVegas.tv called "MMA Fix," which will be a regular feature. First episode is up and has video of Stephan Bonnar, John Wood, Tyson Griffin, Mike Pyle and Mike Whitehead talking about Couture’s exit from the UFC.......................
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 7:14AM by CornishMMA - 1 comment
 
LYTLE EXCITED TO FACE ALVES AT UFC 78
(mmaweekly.com)
Ultimate Fighting Championship 78 had its first hiccup when visa issues prevented Hector Lombard from fighting Karo Parisyan. Recent UFC signee Ryo Chonan got the bump to fight Parisyan, but that left American Top Team welterweight Thiago Alves, whom Chonan was originally scheduled to face, without an opponent. Enter “The Ultimate Fighter 4” runner-up Chris Lytle.........................
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 6:55AM by CornishMMA - 5 comments
 
ALAN BELCHER VERSION 2.0
(mmaweekly.com)
Mississippi native Alan Belcher returns to the Ultimate Fighting Championship at the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati on Saturday to face tough Canadian fighter Kalib Starnes. The same night that Franklin will be looking to regain his lost gold, Belcher will be looking to make his own run at the title by entrenching himself into the landscape of the middleweight division with a win over Starnes. Belcher is coming into this fight off of an impressive victory over highly touted wrestler Sean Salmon. He looked impressive in the contest, ending the fight by guillotine choke a mere 53 seconds into round one.....................
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 6:50AM by CornishMMA - 0 comments
 
Bonnar Faces Former Training Partner At UFC 77
(thefightnetwork.com)
In the two plus years since Stephan Bonnar cannonballed into the Ultimate Fighting Championship pool, the affable Indianan has endured more turmoil than many of his peers will experience in their entire careers. From the death of his longtime mentor, Carlson Gracie, in February 2006 to his well-publicized positive test for an anabolic steroid six months later, Bonnar has exhausted much of the momentum he gathered in his historic bout with Forrest Griffin on the season one finale of “The Ultimate Fighter.” Ever so quietly regaining his foothold in the mixed martial arts world, Bonnar (10-4, 4-3 UFC) walks back into the pay-per-view limelight against former training partner Eric Schafer at UFC 77 “Hostile Territory” on Saturday at the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati. Bonnar remains cordial with Schafer and admits the familiarity that exists between them adds an awkward dimension to their fight ........................
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 6:47AM by CornishMMA - 0 comments
 
CSAC release REAL fight card for “Brawl For It All”
(thefightnetwork.com)
The California State Athletic Commission today released the official fight card for No Limit Fighting’s “Brawl For It All” this Saturday at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. According to the commission, the move comes in response to a number of complaints it received in regards to false advertising surrounding the event. Jeff Monson, Nick Diaz, Mia St. John, Javier Vazquez and Leland Chapman (of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” fame) had all been advertised as participants in the show, though none are scheduled to take part in it..................
Submitted Oct 17, 2007 6:42AM by CornishMMA - 1 comment
 
New Ken Shamrock Interview
(irishwhipfighting.com)
He touches on Frank, Randy and upcoming opportunities...
Submitted Oct 16, 2007 11:07PM by richieb19 - 8 comments
 
Couture and Fedor offered 3 million to fight
(home.businesswire.com)
DAVIE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Cage Fighting Championships (CFC) Spokesperson Crawford Grimsley announced today, “The CFC will put up a $3,000,000 purse to bring the Couture vs Emelianenko fight to Pay-Per-View. $1,000,000 will be guaranteed to each fighter while the winner takes home an additional cool million, making this the largest single purse for any one MMA fight.” Grimsley, a former heavyweight boxer who went 12 rounds with big George Foreman for the world title in 1996 said, “I don’t know who set up the current MMA system of sanctioning bodies locking fighters into exclusive long term contracts. I do know who is out to change this system though, we are, the CFC. We are not going to try to reinvent the wheel, but we would like to add a little of the business model that professional boxing has adopted for decades. Can you imagine if professional boxing would not allow champion to fight champion. How many great boxing matches would we have missed?”
Submitted Oct 16, 2007 8:49PM by cmill21 - 27 comments
 
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