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LAS VEGAS – In a battle of massive heavyweights, short-notice replacement Dan Charles (9-2 MMA, 2-1 BMMA), who took the fight on one week’s notice, earned a split-decision win over James Wilson (3-2 MMA, 0-1 BMMA).
Ronda Rousey has been a part of athletic competition for almost her entire life. Raised as the daughter of a judo world champion, Rousey followed her mom's lead getting involved in martial arts at an early age.
When the UFC returned to Cincinnati in May, hometown hero Rich Franklin was nowhere to be found on the card. Franklin, who hails from the Queen City, put Cincinnati on the map in regards to MMA in the UFC.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil -- Anderson Silva has fought the who's who of the middleweight division, and he believes one of his former opponents might be the one to dethrone current UFC 185-pound champion Chris Weidman.
It doesn't quite seem like it, but it's been four months since Scott Coker took over from Bjorn Rebney as the CEO of Bellator MMA. With one exception, changes when watching Bellator aren't that evident. But the feeling is there will be a different look come the new year.
As he prepares to face Brad Pickett at next month’s UFC Fight Night 57 event, Chico Camus has returned to Roufusport MMA Academy, home of UFC lightweight champ Anthony Pettis and ONE FC welterweight kingpin Ben Askren, among others.
Like it or not, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight titleholder Ronda Rousey is a huge fan of professional wrestling, along with her "Four Horsewomen" stablemates Jessamyn Duke, Shayna Baszler, and Marina Shafir.
Sometimes, to get yourself noticed in the world of mixed martial arts (MMA), you have to step outside of the box, or in this case, the Octagon. Because sometimes, not always, wins simply aren't enough to get you to where you want to be in the sport.
Case in point, Conor McGregor.