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Trigg don’t confirm fight against Jacaré
From Tatame.com: Although the confirmation by DREAM, that Ronaldo Jacaré vs. Frank Trigg was confirmed at the first round of the Middleweight GP of the event, the American says the opposite. "I haven't heard anything from DREAM in about a week and a half. We started talking about a month ago, but lately, there's been no communication. I really haven't even thought about it lately, said him to MMAJunkie.com. The article says too that Trigg neither has a visa to go to Japan and that his wife can be one delay to DREAM plans. “My wife is very pregnant and can't fly. “She'd miss the whole tournament, and that's a big deal for to take a fight without her there by my side", said Frank Trigg.: little blurb on the upcoming event and i didn't make the title...it was written like that. so back off haters.
Submitted Apr 23, 2008 10:40AM by babytater03 - 0 comments
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Randleman To Face Kawamura At Sengoku 2
(mmaweekly.com)
Updating a previous item, World Victory Road announced that Kevin Randleman will face Ryo Kawamura at Sengoku 2. Kawamura trains with Yuki Sasaki and is the #2 ranked Pancrase Light Heavyweight.
Submitted Apr 22, 2008 6:43AM by DCRage - 2 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Josh Barnett added to May 18 WVR card
(mmajunkie.com)
Highly ranked heavyweight Josh Barnett (21-5), who's competed just once in the past 16 months, will next fight May 18 at World Victory Road's "Sengoku II" event. The Japanese-based organization made the announcement earlier today. An opponent hasn't been named for Barnett, who competed at the first Sengoku event and defeated Hidehiko Yoshida in March. Barnett, a former UFC heavyweight champion and longtime PRIDE fighter, isn't the only big name appearing on the card, which takes place at the Ariake Colosseum in Tokyo, Japan.
Submitted Apr 21, 2008 8:18PM by juanez13 - 3 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Da Riddum, Da Rebel, and Da UFC Welterweight Championship
Good morning, afternoon, evening, or whatever in-between time it is that your eyes have found their way to the Punch Drunk Hangover! I'm here with another one-stop shop for catching up on last week's Mixed Martial Arts news. As always, it's a pleasure bringing you Monday's reaction to a UFC Pay Per View event and I don't think I'm alone in my feeling UFC 83 delivered everything a fan could have hoped for and maybe even a little more. The crowd was perhaps the best in promotional history, though I also give a ton of credit to the Ohioans at UFC 68 who showed up in full force to support Randy Couture and Rich Franklin. The Montreal fans were loud from start to finish, whether raining down their adulation, disproval, or chants of "G-S-P", "Gou-let", "OLE! OLE OLE OLE!", or any of the other en masse, sometimes R-Rated, choruses of raucous cheering. Their enthusiasm, whether positive or negative, added to my enjoyment of an event featuring great action, incredible technique, highlight-reel moments, and a few laughs to boot. I thought "Ken-Flo" did a solid job acting as Joe Rogan's replacement, though I will admit, I found myself wishing Randy Couture was still in the good graces of the UFC, and vice-versa, as he would have almost certainly been acting in Florian's role were we in that alternate dimension. Ken did a nice job on color commentary and it was hard not to smile at his post-fight exchange with Rich Franklin regarding the Middleweight's resemblance to Jim Carrey. If the Canadian comedian decided to smash his nose into a wall a few times I might tend to agree with Florian's assessment (which was also made by 411's Adam Tool in his latest column). Personally, I think Matt Lindland looks like he and the LotR's Gollum were separated at birth but that's a subject for a future PDH. And, again, sorry for any delay in load times but UFC 83 had too many memorable moments to not share with the world via animated GIF file. a-Riddum,-Da-Rebel,-and-Da-UFC-Welterweight-Championship.htm" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Link
Submitted Apr 21, 2008 10:07AM by grappler0000 - 0 comments
Filed under: UFC, Other MMA Organizations, General MMA
 
DREAM On Hold-Akiyama Out Of DREAM MWGP
(sherdog.com)
The Dream is over for Yoshihiro Akiyama. Originally scheduled to participate in the upcoming DREAM Middleweight GP, he is now out due to a re-injury of the serious nasal bone fracture suffered in his fight with Kazuo Misaki. It was also confirmed that he won't get a bye into the next round either-he's out of the GP completely.
Submitted Apr 21, 2008 9:16AM by DCRage - 3 comments
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Barnett Returns At Sengoku 2
(sherdog.com)
Another return engagement is now set for World Victory Road Sengoku 2 on May 18 in Japan: Josh Barnett, who fought on the first WVR event, has been announced for the upcoming event. Opponent TBA but sources indicate it's likely to be either Japanese judo star Naoya Ogawa or or Brazilian Marcio Cruz.
Submitted Apr 21, 2008 9:13AM by DCRage - 10 comments
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Fedor Must Repay 1.5 Mil signing bonus before being officially released
(fighters.com)
Despite “The Last Emperor” Fedor Emelianenko’s (27-1) official website claim that he has signed a contract to fight heavyweight “Maine-iac” Tim Sylvia (24-4), the fight is not yet official. Emelianenko must repay the $1.5 million signing bonus to the group that formed M-1 Global in October 2007 before he is officially released from the agreement he made with M-1 Global That M-1 Global group has since formed Adrenaline MMA. Andrenaline MMA’s Vice-President Brian Patton said today, “[Emelianenko and his management] have only paid part of [the debt] and are not released yet.”
Submitted Apr 19, 2008 8:45PM by juanez13 - 3 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations, MMA Personalities
 
Lindland announces he’s fighting for Affliction
(fiveouncesofpain.com)
Matt Lindland has confirmed that his next fight will be for the upstart Affliction promotion on July 19 in Dallas, Texas. Lindland made the announcement during Friday night’s telecast of SportFight XXII, which was televised on HDNet.
Submitted Apr 19, 2008 7:46PM by Porch28 - 2 comments
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Trigg: "no truth" to Souza report
(mmajunkie.com)
"I'm literally sitting in a car right now trying to get to Wrigley Field to throw out a first pitch," Trigg said. "I haven't heard anything from [DREAM] in about a week and a half. We started talking about a month ago, but lately, there's been no communication. I really haven't even thought about it lately." "We have no contract, and we have no numbers we're even close to agreeing on," he said. Trigg also said he was unlikely to fight for DREAM unless the event were to air on HDNet. Without an American audience, "it does no good for the my brand as a fighter, broadcaster, writer or for my company Triggonomics," he said. "No one would see me."
Submitted Apr 19, 2008 10:19AM by juanez13 - 5 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations, Interviews
 
Trigg Added To DREAM 2
(mmaweekly.com)
UFC veteran Frank Trigg is among several more fighters & fights announced today for the upcoming DREAM 2 event in Japan. Trigg will take on Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world champion Ronaldo Jacare.
Submitted Apr 18, 2008 1:57PM by DCRage - 21 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
BodogFight Down For The Count?
(mmaweekly.com)
Sure looks like it. Sources within BodogFight confirm that the organization will be shutting down next week. It started strong with a reality series and a PPV featuring Fedor Emelianenko vs. Matt Lindland, but never got over with avid MMA fans and a subsequent live event may have been the eventual death blow.
Submitted Apr 17, 2008 10:37AM by DCRage - 7 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Monson vs. Randleman headlines June 21 Global Fighting event
(mmajunkie.com)
Former UFC heavyweight champion Kevin Randleman (16-12) and one-time top UFC heavyweight contender Jeff Monson (24-7) have been signed to headline a June 21 Global Fighting event. The show takes place at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, N.C. It'll be the first time that the venue, which was formerly known as Charlotte Bobcats Arena, hosts an MMA event. i got Randleman in this, but that might be bc i want him to win . who ya'll got?
Submitted Apr 16, 2008 2:55PM by CantAndleDaRiddum - 12 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Mirko Cro Cop's Agent Turned Down Offer To Fight Semmy Schilt
(fightline.com)
Ken Imai, Mirko Cro Cop's agent recently admitted that he turned down an offer to fight K-1 Superstar Semmy Schilt under MMA rules at Dream 1. "In DREAM first fight, I reject some matchmake plan," Imai told Kamipro Magazine. This is not Mirko's but my decision. For example, I said no about Mirko vs Semmy Schilt (MMA rules). For Mirko's "Dream" first match, Semmy is too hard."
Submitted Apr 16, 2008 1:36PM by grappler0000 - 45 comments
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HCF Postpones May 10 Card
(sherdog.com)
Saying its pending restructuring under new ownership has been extended by the due diligence process, Hardcore Championship Fighting on Tuesday announced the postponement of its May 10 card in Calgary.
Submitted Apr 16, 2008 9:42AM by DCRage - 0 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Terry Martin wins via KO in professional boxing debut
(mmafighting.com)
Former UFC middleweight Terry Martin needed less than 30 seconds to pick up his first professional boxing victory Friday night at "The Odeum Rumble" in Villa Park, Illinois. Martin scored the first-round knockout over the now 0-2 Ricardo Upchurch of Mansfield, Ohio in a cruiserweight bout scheduled for four rounds. Next up for Martin is a mixed martial arts bout versus David "The Crow" Loiseau on May 17 at a Combat Fighting Championships event in Newcastle, England.
Submitted Apr 15, 2008 2:28AM by Mchubb316 - 10 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Nick Thompson calls out Novell G. Bell (trainer from BET's Iron Ring)
(betboards.bet.com)
Well apparently on the BET boards, Ben Hill the manager of "Iron Ring" trainer Novell G. Bell has been getting real mouthy about MMA fighters being nothing but toughman-level fighters and went as far as saying he would challenge any MMA fighter to try to step to him. Novell G. Bell wasn't as disrespectful but had some choice words for MMA fighters, too. Well some of the guys from the Underground forum (mixedmartialarts.com forums) got word to professional MMA fighter Nick Thompson and he accepted the manager's challenge to a "no rules fight". The manager hasn't accepted yet but these mcdojo losers have no idea what kind of an ass beating they could be in store for. American Top Teamer Mike Hauben waiting to make his pro debut has said he would fight the guy for free as long as he signs a waiver saying he isn't liable for his injuries. Here's the link to the forums where this is all going down: Bell's manager Ben Hill is posting under the name of: Maoshan Bell himself is posting under the name of: BlackTaoist They begin posting on page two, they both apparently practice Kung-Fu and are some form masters or something. This isn't really news-worthy but it's worth a good read to see these mcdojo idiots being called out after running their mouth.
Submitted Apr 14, 2008 11:23PM by coldchillin - 11 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Quote of the Day: Bob Meyrowitz weighs in on YAMMA 1
(bloodyelbow.com)
"This was a great night of fights." On the Yamma cage: "This is the new way the sport is going to be." On the Yamma surface: "It was thrilling that it worked." On how he will keep going financially on PPV revenue: "We saw two stars created tonight. Travis Wiuff was Chris Tuscherer were unbelievable." On holding an event full of 40 year olds: "I want to build the new stars." On when he sold the UFC: "There have been almost no stars created since." -- Yamma CEO Bob Meyrowitz is inteviewed by Sherdog.com's Greg Savage after Yamma's inaugural event Friday evening.
Submitted Apr 13, 2008 3:44PM by juanez13 - 10 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
My Take On MMA 4.13.08: Final YAMMA Pit Fighting Thoughts
(411mania.com)
Welcome back to another edition of My Take On MMA! Over the last month we've had two solid SHOWXC events, a very good WEC, a very good Fight Night and a very good Strikeforce event. We've been on a roll and it has been fun. And then I checked the schedule and saw YAMMA on it. This was a show that seemed to be heading towards doom since the beginning. Butterbean as a headliner, I mean, seriously. Frye out and Smith in. Smith in a police chase and out, Goodridge in. Goodridge out, Mark Kerr rolls out of the buffet and in. Smith is back in after a plea-bargain I assume and that wasn't even anything involving the tournament. And then three days before the event they get Ron Waterman as an alternate, not there for the tournament or a fight, there as an alternate. This is going to be fun.
Submitted Apr 13, 2008 1:50PM by grappler0000 - 8 comments
Filed under: Other MMA Organizations
 
Jake O'Brien dropped from UFC, ready to sign with PFC
(mmajunkie.com)
Jake O'Brien (10-1 MMA, 4-1 UFC), a 23-year-old heavyweight who suffered his first professional loss to Andrei Arlovski in March, has been released from the UFC and has agreed to a two-fight deal with the Palace Fighting Championship. According to Pavia, O'Brien had recently signed a new contract with the UFC and had two fights remaining on the deal. "Yes, you could say we were surprised by the UFC's decision," Pavia said "Jake really wanted that fight at UFC 82," Pavia said. "However, had we known that his tenure with the organization was at risk when we were presented with the Arlovski fight, we may have approached it differently."
Submitted Apr 12, 2008 10:37PM by juanez13 - 10 comments
Filed under: UFC, Other MMA Organizations
 
How Dream Became A Reality
(mmaweekly.com)
From the ashes of Pride FC a new organization has risen called Dream, a partnership with FEG, the primary group behind K-1, and the former employees of Pride. Recently, FEG executive Sadaharu Tanigawa spoke to MMAWeekly.com about how the organization was founded and why they decided to work with the Pride staff. K-1 Hero’s and Pride were two of the major players for mixed martial arts in Japan and Tanigawa explains why they didn’t simply incorporate the Pride staff into the Hero’s brand, but instead changed the name to Dream. “In order to (attract) the Pride fans, we have to bring something new,” said Tanigawa. “Because the Pride fans, they don’t really come to the Hero’s events. In order to have them in our events … not only the fans of Pride, but the former Pride staff they were kind of intimidated working together with us as the Hero’s front, so that’s why we have to have something (new).” This new organization has roots in both K-1 Hero’s and Pride of course, and the promotion started to breathe life around the same time the former Pride staff helped to organize the year end Yarennoka! event that closed 2007. “Maybe a week after New Year’s we started thinking about working together,” Tanigawa stated. “Already in Japan, we had discussed working together with the Yarennoka event, then we started discussing new names and then we went with one of those new names and we finally decided on the event name, Dream.”
Submitted Apr 12, 2008 11:47AM by grappler0000 - 0 comments
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