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Shane Carwin: Whatever Frank Mir says about me is likely justified
"It won't affect me at all. I really do not pay a lot of attention to smack talk. Whatever my opponent needs to do to get themselves ready to fight me is fine. At the end of the night the better fighter (that evening) should have his hand raised and really that is all I care about."
UFC 110: Rodrigo Nogueira will use jiu-jitsu and quick hands to stop Cain Velasquez
"I’m ready for all situations. When you face a good opponent who fights standing and on the mat you must be ready for everything. He’s a very good wrestler besides having an excellent conditioning. In this aspect I’m also feeling very well."
Bader Ready To Let Loose On Jardine
Keeping the momentum going, undefeated light heavyweight prospect Ryan Bader will return for his fourth UFC appearance when he steps in the Octagon at UFC 110 in Sydney, Australia.
Bisping Credits Rampage For Major Insight
"It really says a lot about the guy, he's been busy filming the A-Team movie, and he's just finished that and he's come out here. I really do owe that guy a beer shall we say," Bisping said about Rampage when speaking with MMAWeekly Radio.
George Roop tapped as late replacement, faces Leonard Garcia at WEC 47
Many were shocked when "The Ultimate Fighter 8" cast member George Roop (10-6 MMA, 0-1 WEC) made the drop from lightweight to bantamweight while skipping over the featherweight division.Now it appears Roop will fill in that gap.
Thales Leites replaces Filho against Sasaki
Former UFC ttile contender, Thales Leites, who recently debuted at MFC with a unanimous decision victory over Dean Lister, replaces Paulo Filho at Bitetti Combat’s next edition, scheduled to February 25 at Brasilia, Brazil.
UFC Quick Quote: Frank Mir wants to kill Brock Lesnar inside the Octagon
"I want to fight Brock Lesnar. I hate who he is as a person. I want to break his neck in the ring. I want him to be the first person that dies to Octagon-related injuries."
Strikeforce Challengers: Shamar Bailey vs Justin Wilcox announced with Bryan Travers hurt
NEW YORK – A winner of four in a row, Shamar Bailey (10-1), of Chicago, will face Justin "The Silverback’’ Wilcox (8-3), of San Jose, Calif., on a stacked STRIKEFORCE Challengers mixed martial arts (MMA) fight card at Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif., on Friday, March 26.
Villante & LaFlare Win At Ring Of Combat
Atlantic City, NJ — It was a good night if you were from the Bellmore Kickboxing Academy in Bellmore, New York. First, Ryan LaFlare was able to remain undefeated after knocking out Kurt Pellegrino protégé, Justin Haskins in the second round of their welterweight title bout.
Poll results: Which UFC heavyweight is most likely to beat champ Brock Lesnar?
Which of the following UFC heavyweight contenders has the best chance to beat champion Brock Lesnar? 28% - Shane Carwin 25% - Frank Mir 18% - Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira 18% - Junior Dos Santos 11% - Cain Velasquez
Win or lose at UFC 110, Stephan Bonnar's future appears secure
Despite his big fan following and the role he played in a vital 2005 fight with Forrest Griffin that brought mixed martial arts – and particularly the Ultimate Fighting Championship – into the mainstream, Stephan Bonnar would appear on thin ice.
Rick Hawn meets Braulio Estima in catchweight contest at Shine Fights III
Brazilian jiu-jitsu ace Braulio Estima (0-0), the 2009 Abu Dhabi Combat Club 88-kilogram and Absolute division champion, is likely to make his mixed martial arts debut at Shine Fights III against Judo practitioner Rick Hawn (3-0).
Rumors of Fedor Emelianenko vs Brock Lesnar in the UFC Swirl as Strikeforce Fails to Control the Narrative
After Latest Action, UFC Hopeful For "Decided Downturn" In Illegal PPV Streaming
Lawyers representing the Ultimate Fighting Championship on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the owner of a Web site whom they allege sells pirated UFC content. The U.S. District Court suit says Moazzam Gandu, a resident of Stafford, Va., and the alleged owner/operator of Rage-Streams.net, violated copyright laws by charging customers fees to view pirated UFC pay-per-view streams and past UFC fights. The suit asks for up to $150,000 per copyright infringement, plus legal costs, revenue earned from the website, and a halt to its operation. The suit charges Gandu with using UFC logos to promote his Web site's service and undercut channels for the promotion's authorized content. By example, it says Rage-Streams.net offers a stream of the promotion's upcoming UFC 110 pay-per-view event for $6.99, while the UFC and authorized partner Yahoo! Sports charges $44.95. It also claims the website gives its customers the ability to keep and spread pirated content after subscribing to the service. As a result, the lawsuit says, the UFC has suffered damage to its brand and bottom line. The site has been taken down but subpoenaing the IP addresses and usernames of online pirates was still "absolutely" possible.
Jens Pulver: 'The athlete in me ain't ready to die yet'
"I was very close. I was done. I just didn't make the announcement. I told Dana and everybody that it was over. The name Jens Pulver was done.... That's the mortality I was talking about after the fight. People were rushing me to say goodbye to something I've done my whole life. I got really bitter about it. This is all I've known my whole life. This stuff saved my life. And people are gonna tell me when I'm done? F**k that."
Staph infection sends injured Benji Radach back under the knife
Stop me if you've heard this before.... Benji Radach has endured a setback to his career due to injury.A victim of an endless laundry list of physical ailments - broken jaw, herniated disc, torn knee ligaments, broken hands, broken collarbone, and of course, the commonly seen venumnous spider bite - Radach can add a couple more injuries to that unwelcomed list.
Team Grindhouse's Eric Marriott completes Bellator's season-two 145-pound tourney
Former Midwest Cage Championship featherweight champion Eric Marriott (17-2) is the eighth and final fighter to join Bellator Fighting Championships' season-two featherweight tournament.MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) first reported the likelihood of Marriott's involvement this past November, and Bellator officials today made an official announcement.
Shamar Bailey replaces injured Bryan Travers on Strikeforce Challengers VII main card
Shamar Bailey (10-1 MMA, 1-0 SF) has replaced an injured Bryan Travers (13-1 MMA, 0-0 SF) and meets Justin Wilcox (8-3 MMA, 2-1 SF) on the main card of next month's Strikeforce Challengers VII event, the promotion today announced.
Zuffa brings legal action against dot-com that streams unlicensed feeds of UFC programming
After UFC President Dana White vowed to make life miserable for the chiselers who stream illegal feeds of live UFC programming, the Las Vegas Sun reports that the Zuffa legal team may have bagged their latest casualty in the war on pirates.
"Super Hulk" champ Ikuhisa Minowa receives belt, added to DREAM.13 in March
The unlikely winner of DREAM's 2009 "Super Hulk" open-weight tournament, Ikuhisa Minowa (44-30-8), will return to action at the upcoming DREAM.13 event in March.DREAM officials recently announced the addition of Minowa to the card while simultaneously awarding him a belt for the "Super Hulk" title.
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