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September 2010 MMA News Archive - Page 5

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Josh Barnett Promises To Crack Heads, Drink Blood And Kill His Opponent In His SF Debut
And he'd like it to be on CBS. "When it comes down to it, the thing that matters most to me is being able to fight. I just want to make sure I can get out there and crack as many heads as possible ... [Visibility] matters big time, 'Cause when I dislocate and tear somebody's head completely off their shoulders and spew blood all over the ring, and then drink it, I want the whole world to see it. I'd love to fight on CBS. Punch somebody so hard that their eyeballs pop out of their head. We haven't really hit on any solid dates yet or anything like that, or even opponents ... In due time. There's not too many people all that chomping at the bit and so ready to meet their death."
Submitted Sep 18, 2010 11:27AM by DCRage - 13 comments
Filed under: StrikeForce
Ikuhisa Minowa to Face Off Against James Thompson at Dream.16
A matchup between heavyweight slayer Ikuhisa Minowa and British brawler James Thompson is in the works as a late addition to next week's Dream.16.
Submitted Sep 18, 2010 4:51AM by jae_1833 - 7 comments
Filed under: Dream
Arlovski to Fight in K-1 on October 2nd
Michael Schiavello broke the news that former UFC heavyweight champ Andrei Arlovski will fight October 2nd at the K-1 World Grand Prix Final 16 in Seoul, Korea. During the King of the Cage broadcast, Schiavello added that Arlovski will not participate in the tournament, and he instead will be involved in a superfight against a yet unnamed opponent.
Submitted Sep 18, 2010 4:50AM by jae_1833 - 14 comments
Filed under: K-1 / K-1 Hero's
Jerry Millen Parts Ways With M-1 Global
After two-and-a-half years with the company, Jerry Millen is no longer with M-1 Global. According to a source close to M-1 Global, the separation was amicable and M-1 is open to working with Millen in the future. The source told MMAFighting.com, "Jerry's role was in production" and "that the shift was M-1 wanting to move more functions from being outsourced to in-house" in Holland.
Submitted Sep 17, 2010 11:11PM by telnights - 3 comments
Filed under: M-1 Global
Coker: Thomson-Cavalcante Winner Likely Gets Melendez, But Maybe Not This Year
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker today confirmed that the winner of a pending bout between Josh Thomson and Gesias Cavalcante is expected to get a fight with lightweight champion Glbert Melendez. It just may not be this year. According to Melendez' trainer/manager Cesar Gracie, DREAM has requested him for a possible spot on its Dynamite!! 2010 NYE event. "They're asking for him right now," he said. "I can't confirm anything." Gracie said Melendez's April brawl-related suspension ends in early October, though an overseas fight would take place outside the jurisdiction of stateside athletic commissions and a decision on DREAM will be made shortly. Thomson-Cavalcante is scheduled for the 10/9 SF event.
Submitted Sep 17, 2010 6:16PM by DCRage - 3 comments
Filed under: StrikeForce
Cro Cop Not Injured Despite Rumors, 119 Fight Still On
According to Dana White, reports from a Croatian website that Mirko Cro Cop suffered an eye injury in training and won't be cleared for his UFC 119 fight are false and Cro Cop is still on. On Twitter, White today stated Cro Cop "is fine" and that the report "is not true."
Submitted Sep 17, 2010 6:12PM by DCRage - 6 comments
Filed under: UFC
Ricco Rodriguez Off Bellator 31
Bellator announced today that Ricco Rodriguez is now off a planned fight at Bellator 31 due to a serious knee injury that will require surgery. He was to have faced Dave Herman. Rodriguez initially hoped to fight through the knee injury, but he's since learned multiple surgeries may be required. A replacement search is underway.
Submitted Sep 17, 2010 6:07PM by DCRage - 4 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
UFN 22 Medical Suspensions
The medical suspensions have been revealed from Wednesday's UFC Fight Night 22 event, and as is standard in Texas everyone is suspended. Most, however, only have to sit out 10 days and only 2 of those-Brian Foster and Jared Hamman-got longer than 30 days. Both are out 6 months unless cleared to return early by doctors.
Submitted Sep 17, 2010 3:31PM by DCRage - 1 comment
Filed under: UFC
GSP: "Koscheck has gotten in my head..."
“He’s definitely gotten into my head, which is a good thing for me,” St-Pierre said during this week’s conference call. “If you look at all the guys that I’ve fought in the past that have been very arrogant with me, I did very well. “So it will give me more motivation to train hard, and [I'll] always think about the scenario in my head. When it is time to fight, I will have done my homework.” While the soft-spoken champ has been more amused than offended with most of Koscheck’s comments, the French-Canadian refused to let his talkative challenger slide when he blatantly lied on the media call.
Submitted Sep 17, 2010 11:00AM by emfleek - 6 comments
Filed under: UFC
Referee Shoved by Keith Jardine Reacts to Fighter's Actions, Suspension
Steve Armstrong's night was nearly over. The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation referee had just presided over the Shark Fights 13 co-main event, and now he was waiting to do his last pre-fight check over main event participant Keith Jardine. Armstrong waited in the aisle of the Amarillo Civic Center as Jardine threw his arms up for the cheering crowd and approached him. As they intersected, Armstrong stopped Jardine with his right hand in order to begin his mandatory check. In a flash, Jardine pushed Armstrong's hand away and then stared at the veteran referee for a beat before shoving him backwards. That quick exchange, which took just 2.5 seconds in real time, landed Jardine an indefinite suspension at the hands of the state's athletic sanctioning body, TDLR. In an interview with MMA Fighting, Armstrong explained how the incident took place and his thoughts on the actions that landed the MMA veteran in hot water. "I think he was zoning," said Armstrong, who has been a referee in Texas for five years, but has been around martial arts since 1973. "He was fixing to fight a big fight. I was trying to stop him, and he smirked and pushed me. I said, 'You push me again, you're DQ'd.' Then he patted my shoulder like he realized what was going on. I think he got caught in the moment."
Submitted Sep 17, 2010 10:58AM by emfleek - 4 comments
Filed under: MMA Personalities
Vitor Belfort: 'Anderson Silva knows if I touch him he will fall and won't get up again'
“I want the belt. The belt belongs to Anderson today and I want to fight him. He cannot fight this year, but I won’t wait for him. I’m cheered up and training here in Las Vegas for November. It was the schedule they (UFC) gave me and now it’s time to expect it to take place. I know all of his game, I know all his jiu-jitsu, stand-up game, I know he likes spinning kicks and uses elbows. If I touch my hand on him, he falls and won’t stand on his feet anymore. If I get close like Chael Sonnen and Demian Maia did, my fire power is bigger than theirs. A fight is a fight and we know these are two champions fighting, two persons with conditions, so the most important is be smart in each second of the match for nothing goes wrong. But he knows that, if my hand touches him he won’t stay standing up. That’s not a promise, that’s a fact. I’ll go towards him, I know what I want, I’m focused and don’t doubt on what I can do. I’m very excited. Speaking about this makes me feel like fighting now (laughs)”.
Submitted Sep 17, 2010 8:29AM by SmileR - 15 comments
Filed under: UFC, MMA Personalities
John Grispi vs Eirk Koch at WEC 52
Young featherweight prospects Josh Grispi (14-1 MMA, 4-0 WEC) and Erik Koch (10-1 MMA, 2-1 WEC) are on tap for WEC 52. Sources close to the event today told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) that both fighters have verbally agreed to the matchup and are soon expected to make things official.
Submitted Sep 16, 2010 8:33PM by jae_1833 - 6 comments
Filed under: WEC
James Toney Wants To Fight At UFC 123
Seriously. And apparently he thinks Quinton Jackson isn't the person to sell tickets in Detroit. "If they want to sell any tickets in Detroit, they should put me on there. B---- a-- Rampage can't sell no tickets in my hometown." Toney is considered highly unlikely to fight in UFC again, but you never know...
Submitted Sep 16, 2010 5:42PM by DCRage - 18 comments
Filed under: UFC
Frank Trigg To Next Fight In Israel In November
Frank Trigg's fighting career isn't over. Trigg, who hinted at a possible retirement following his February release from the UFC, has booked a Nov. 9 fight in Israel, the 38-year-old today announced. The former top UFC contender fights Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt Roy Neeman at an International Fighting Championship event in Tel Aviv. The fight takes place at a catchweight of 180.4 pounds (82 kg).
Submitted Sep 16, 2010 5:33PM by DCRage - 1 comment
Filed under: UFC
Paul Daley Signs With Strikeforce
A long-rumored deal between Paul Daley and Strikeforce has officially been finalized. MMA Fighting has confirmed with Strikeforce director of communications Mike Afromowitz that the former UFC and EliteXC welterweight contender has signed a multi-fight contract with the organization. The organization has yet to decided when the British fighter will make his Strikeforce debut.
Submitted Sep 16, 2010 9:41AM by emfleek - 8 comments
Filed under: StrikeForce
Palhares apologizes for false accusations; team congratulates Marquardt on win
AUSTIN, Texas – UFC middleweight contender Rousimar Palhares (11-3 MMA, 4-2 UFC) has a simple explanation for his actions in the main event of Wednesday night's UFC Fight Night 22 card. He was wrong. "I'm very sorry for the accusations I made," Palhares told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com). "Nate Marquardt did not cheat in any way, and I'm very sorry to him and his team for my actions in the fight." Palhares, a submission whiz, has made a career of catching opponents in painful leg locks. But when he tried to secure such a hold on Marquardt, the Colorado resident yanked his limb free almost immediately.
Submitted Sep 16, 2010 9:39AM by emfleek - 13 comments
Filed under: UFC
Bellator 29 weigh-in results: Massouh and Guida miss weight
All 14 Bellator 29 fighters took part in Wednesday's official weigh-ins, and two competitors missed weight. Main-card fighter Jameel Massouh (142 pounds) missed the limit for his 140-pound catchweight fight, and preliminary-card fighter Jason Guida (215) was heavy for his 210-pound catchweight bout. The night's co-headliners, who are Bellator's season-three heavyweight-tournament semifinalists, all made weight without incident.
Submitted Sep 16, 2010 9:37AM by emfleek - 5 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
Hazelett vs Bocek added to UFC 124
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fans might be in for quite a treat at UFC 124 in Montreal. Grappling whiz Dustin Hazelett will return to the lightweight division against American Top Team fighter and jiu-jitsu black belt Mark Bocek on the December 11 card.
Submitted Sep 16, 2010 2:34AM by jae_1833 - 10 comments
Filed under: UFC
Trash will be talked: Rampage on Machida
"He'd wear sneakers into the Octagon if he could! But don't worry, I will hunt him down and get him anyway."
Submitted Sep 16, 2010 2:31AM by jae_1833 - 9 comments
Filed under: UFC
"Big Foot" Silva wants Fedor or Josh Barnett
Antonio "Big Foot" Silva has been having issues locking up his next fight with Strikeforce and this week his manager, Alex Davis, spoke to Ariel Helwani about who the big man wants to fight nexT:
Submitted Sep 16, 2010 2:29AM by jae_1833 - 1 comment
Filed under: StrikeForce
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