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Bellator 38 results
(mmajunkie.com)
MAIN CARD Tim Carpenter def. Daniel Gracie via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) (light-heavyweight tourney quarterfinals) D.J. Linderman def. Raphael Davis via TKO (strikes) - Round 3, 2:44 (light-heavyweight tourney quarterfinals) Richard Hale def. Nik Fekete via submission (inverted-triangle choke) - Round 1, 1:55 (light-heavyweight tourney quarterfinals) Christian M'Pumbu def. Chris Davis via TKO (strikes) - Round 3, 3:34 (light-heavyweight tourney quarterfinals) PRELIMINARY CARD Austin Lyons def. Jimmy Van Horn via submission (armbar) - Round 1, 2:10 Jake Underwood def. Tim Galluzzi via submission (triangle choke) - Round 1, 1:04 Cody Donovan def. Brian Albin via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) Blagoi Ivanov def. William Penn via TKO (strikes) - Round 1, 2:58 Amaechi Oselukwue def. Abe Wilson via unanimous decision (28-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Submitted Mar 27, 2011 12:43AM by grappler0000 - 6 comments
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Titan Fighting Championships 17 results: Lashley, Baroni visibly tire, take decision wins
(mmajunkie.com)
You can be certain that no one will ever question the heart of John Ott (8-8). Bobby Lashley's (6-1) cardio may be an entirely different situation. Lashley used his world-class wrestling skills to earn a unanimous-decision win over an undersized Ott in the main event of Friday's HDNet-broadcast Titan Fighting Championships 17 event, which took place at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan. But after looking tired in the second round and absolutely exhausted in the third, Ott nearly pulled off one of the most miraculous comebacks in recent memory. The bout started as expected, as the heavily-favored Lashley dumped Ott to the floor just 30 seconds into the opening round. Working from inside of Ott's guard, Lashley unleashed a barrage of increasingly powerful punches, elbows and forearms. Dozens of strikes found their mark, and Ott's face became a bloody, swollen mess over the opening five minutes. But he survived. In the second, Ott was visibly slower than the first frame. The wrestling ace appeared to have punched himself out with the opening-round salvo. Nevertheless, it took just one minute for Ott to be shoved on his back yet again, trying desperately to hold his opponent tight, only for Lashley to pour on the damage. But he survived. In the final frame, Ott briefly turned the tide. Lashley had little left in the tank, and his primary strategies were to retreat and fire occasional punches. Ott appeared energized as the crowd chanted his name. Bobbing and weaving, Ott found a home for his hands on Lashley's chin. But just when it seemed the impossible was possible, Lashley earned a final takedown. The crowd was silenced, and the Ott's fate was sealed. But he survived. In the end, Lashley netted a unanimous-decision win, 29-27, 30-27 and 29-27. But it was Ott that left the cage with his head held high. A light heavyweight who has competed in the 185-pound division, as well, Ott survived underneath the monster. Despite the disappointing victory, Lashley remained positive when he spoke with HDNet broadcaster Ron Kruck. "I was looking for something that wasn't there," Lashley said. "But it felt good. I needed it. I needed to spend some time out there. "(I didn't look) as good as I wanted to, but it was victory. A win is a win. We've got stuff to work on, but I felt good out there." Lashley rebounds from an August loss to Chad Griggs and said he's open to fighting for either Strikeforce or Titan Fighting Championships in his next outing, which he'd like to take place as soon as April. Meanwhile, Ott falls to 1-2 in his past three contests, though he'll unquestionably earn a more favorable matchup in is next outing. Strikeforce and Bellator Fighting Championships veteran Aaron Rosa (16-3) earned his fourth-straight win with an impressive finish of former "The Ultimate Fighter 10" cast member Abe Wagner (8-4). After a slower-than-expected first round, Rosa came out swinging in the second. A left hook clipped Wagner on the chin, and "Hurricane" crashed to the floor. Rosa was a touch slow advancing for the finish, and it gave Wagner a brief opportunity to recover. It didn't matter. Unable to land any flush ground-and-pound blows, Rosa transitioned to the back while simultaneously using his leg to trap Wagner's right arm. Unable to properly defend the choke, Wagner had no choice but to tap just 35 seconds into the second frame. Rosa runs his current win streak to four fights, while Wagner sees a three-fight win streak snapped. Leading up to Saturday night, UFC and PRIDE veteran Phil Baroni (14-13) admitted his back was against the wall in his main-card fight with Nick Nolte (3-3). "The New York Bad Ass" claimed a much-needed victory via decision, but he didn't make many new fans in the process. Nolte opened the fight with a flurry of strikes from the clinch, and Baroni appeared to be affected from the shots. But Baroni returned to his wrestling roots and took the fight to the floor each time he felt in danger on the feet. As the fight wore on both fighters tired badly. Broni walked forward with his hands down, but Nolte could only attack in short spurts. And when Baroni could muster enough energy to work the action to the ground, Nolte couldn't escape from underneath. Baroni didn't land significant damage from the top, but his dominant positioning was enough to earn a unanimous-decision nod, 29-28, 30-27 and 29-28. Following the win, Baroni admitted he was exhausted, but he insisted the issue was the early damage he received n the clinch and not a lack of proper conditioning. "I was really tired in the third round," Baroni said. "I was really tired in the second. I took some good knees to the body." As he was greeted with a chorus of boos from the pro-Nolte crowd, Baroni said he would grant his opponent an rematch if Titan Fighting Championships deemed it necessary. The win was Baroni's first since September 2008, while Nolte has alternated wins and losses in the first six fights of his career. In a moderately-paced 15-minute contest, three-time Bellator Fighting Championships veteran Eric Marriott (20-5) claimed a lopsided win over submission stylist Willian de Souza (1-1). Overmatched from the opening bell, de Souza offered little competition to Marriott, who now owns a two-fight win streak and is 2-0 under the Titan Fighting Championships banner. In a rousing three-round affair, eight-year veteran Alonzo Martinez (29-14-1) was awarded a razor-thin majority decision over Missouri's Aaron Derrow (10-3). After "Zo Daddy" dominated the opening two frame, "Daddy Long Legs" fought back valiantly in the third and appeared to have potentially salvaged a draw. However, only one of three ringside judges felt Derrow had done enough in the final round to earn a 10-8, and Martinez walked away with the majority decision. Two-time WEC veteran James Krause (12-3) needed just 41 seconds to notch an impressive viceroy over submission ace Nathan Schut (11-6). Krause stalked his opponent in the early going before landing a high kick to the chin that sent Schut directly to the canvas. Krause swarmed with pinpoint follow up blows, and the bout was quickly waved off. The evening's first televised contest saw two-time Titan Fighting Championships veteran Anthony Gutierrez (2-0) worked from his back to secure a triangle-choke victory over Jon Hollis (1-2). The victory was the second-straight win for "Shark Bait" in his young career. OFFICIAL MAIN CARD RESULTS •Bobby Lashley def. John Ott via unanimous decision (29-27, 30-27, 29-27) •Aaron Rosa def. Abe Wagner via submission (rear-naked choke) - Round 2, 0:35 •Phil Baroni def. Nick Nolte via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28) •Eric Marriott def. Willian de Souza via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) •Alonzo Martinez def. Aaron Derrow via majority decision (28-28, 29-28, 29-28) •James Krause def. Nathan Schut via TKO (high kick and punches) - Round 1, 0:41 •Anthony Gutierrez def. Jon Hollis via submission (triangle choke) - Round 1, 4:20
Submitted Mar 26, 2011 12:04PM by Rabi - 10 comments
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Horn-Leites Added to April 30 Superior Challenge Bill
(sherdog.com)
Following today’s announcement that Rich Clementi will face Reza Madadi for the vacant lightweight title at Superior Challenge 7, another championship bout has been added to the Swedish promotion’s April 30 card. UFC veterans Jeremy Horn and Thales Leites have agreed to square off for the vacant Superior Challenge middleweight belt at the event, which goes down at the Hovet arena in Stockholm. Sherdog.com learned of the matchup Tuesday and confirmed the bout with a source close to the event.
Submitted Mar 22, 2011 10:21PM by pmoney - 0 comments
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Frank Shamrock: I Did Not Offer to Take a Dive Against Kimbo Slice
(mmafighting.com)
Frank Shamrock says former EliteXC matchmaker Jared Shaw's recent claim of Shamrock offering to take a dive against Kimbo Slice in the main event of EliteXC-CBS on Oct. 4, 2008 was fabricated. "No, absolutely not," Shamrock said Monday on The MMA Hour, when asked by host Ariel Helwani about Shaw's claim. "That's some movie b.s. right there."
Submitted Mar 22, 2011 10:05AM by emfleek - 21 comments
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With pairings set, Bellator 38 hosts Light Heavyweight quarterfinals
(mmajunkie.com)
The pairings are set for Bellator Fighting Championships' first-ever light-heavyweight tournament quarterfinals. Bellator brass announced late Saturday night that next week's Bellator 38 event features Tim Carpenter vs. Daniel Gracie, Raphael Davis vs. D.J. Linderman, Nik Fekete vs. Richard Hale, and Chris Davis vs. Chrisitian M'Pumbu. Bellator 38 takes place March 16 at Harrah's Tunica Hotel & Casino in Tunica Resorts, Miss., and airs on MTV2. The winner of Bellator's inaugural 205-pound tournament earns $100,000 in total pay and becomes the organization's first-ever 205-pound champion.
Submitted Mar 20, 2011 1:52PM by pmoney - 3 comments
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Bellator 37 results: Freire, Reis, Straus and Foster advance to featherweight semis
(mmajunkie.com)
Patricio "Pitbull" Freire is one step closer toward a second Bellator Fighting Championships tournament final. After controlling fellow featherweight Georgi Karakhanyan for two full rounds, Freire used a devastating left hand and a flurry of follow-up shots to secure a third-round stoppage and book his spot in Bellator's season-four featherweight tourney.
Submitted Mar 20, 2011 1:53AM by jae_1833 - 6 comments
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Bobby Lashley re-booked to face John Ott on March 25
(mmamania.com)
The finalized lineup just announced by Titan Fighting includes a late change to the night's main event, which will feature former WWE superstar Bobby Lashley. Kansas City-based heavyweight James Jack (6-2) had been scheduled to fight Lashley but has been pulled from the show and replaced by John Ott (9-7). Jack's departure from the card comes under questionable circumstances.
Submitted Mar 16, 2011 10:55AM by jjeans - 0 comments
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Tom "Kong" Watson to face Murilo "Ninja" Rua at BAMMA 6
(bamma.com)
Europe's leading MMA promotion, BAMMA, and Syfy are proud to announce BAMMA 6 will take place on Saturday 21st May at Wembley Arena. The headline bout features a BAMMA Middleweight title bout between defending champion Tom "Kong" Watson and former Elite XC Middleweight Champion Murilo "Ninja" Rua. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Oh hell yeah! I am getting tickets now!
Submitted Mar 16, 2011 10:52AM by jjeans - 4 comments
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Bellator 36 debut scores 230,000 viewers; replay lands 241,000
(mmajunkie.com)
Bellator's second season-four event, Bellator 36, netted 230,000 viewers for MTV2's live broadcast, and the immediate replay actually outdrew the live airing with 241,000 fans tuning in. The live airing earned a 16 percent increase from this season's debut episode, and the immediate replay earned an astounding 90 percent increase over the previous week's replay broadcast...
Submitted Mar 15, 2011 11:23AM by grappler0000 - 5 comments
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Inside Shooto’s Scandal, Legacy and Future
(sherdog.com)
Recently, former Shooto world champion Noboru Asahi has led the charge in shaking up the Shooto regime. A recent petition from Asahi -- signed and supported by various Shooto fighters and gym leaders -- inquires into the financial operations of the Japanese Shooto Association, the International Shooto Commission and the role of one of its principal members, Taro Wakabayashi, in those affairs. According to Asahi, the necessity of this petition arose over concerns of Wakabayashi’s unofficial autocratic control over the association and its non-public finances. p.s. IMHO, this is the real reason behind the death of mma in Japan..way too many scandals..
Submitted Mar 10, 2011 2:16PM by RhythmAndStyle - 1 comment
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Eddie Alvarez is f---ing worried about Pat Curran
(mmamania.com)
"When I think about it, the anxiety in me increases, and when that happens, I can't stand still, I can't get out of the gym. I'm up early, I'm home late. My anxiety increases because I can't have a guy that is not well known take my name, take my spot. It sounds weird. People think you don't have to be worried about this guy. No, on the contrary, you better be f------ worried for this guy because this is the guy who can completely erase you from the rankings and take your name in the blink of an eye and in one fight. That fire's there. That fear is there like it's never been against guys like this."
Submitted Mar 9, 2011 9:28PM by SmileR - 7 comments
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Report: Joe Warren meets Marcos Galvao in Bellator 41 non-title fight
(mmajunkie.com)
Bellator featherweight champion Joe Warren (6-1 MMA, 4-0 BFC) returns to action on April 16. Sherdog.com reports that Warren is scheduled to meet Brazilian import Marcos Galvao (9-3-1 MMA, 0-0 BFC) in a non-title catchweight fight at April's Bellator 41 event. Bellator officials haven't announced a location for the event. Warren carries a four-fight win streak into the matchup. The Greco-Roman stylist debuted for Bellator in the company's second season and racked up a tournament title with decision wins over Patricio "Pitbull" Freire, Georgi Karakhanyan and Eric Marriott. Warren then earned the belt with a Bellator 27 win over former champion Joe Soto this past September.
Submitted Mar 9, 2011 11:12AM by emfleek - 8 comments
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Good vs. Hawn set for Bellator 39, Hieron vs. Weedman planned for future show
(mmajunkie.com)
The semifinal round of Bellator Fighting Championships' season-four welterweight tournament has already taken shape. Following the conclusion of the quarterfinal round, Bellator CEO announced that former champ Lyman Good will meet Rick Hawn at Bellator 39, and Jay Hieron vs. Brent Weedman will clash at a date yet to be determined. The Hieron-Weedman fight will be scheduled when Weedman receives clearance for a facial laceration suffered in his Bellator 35 victory over Dan Hornbuckle. The promotion had originally anticipated hosting both welterweight tournament semifinals at Bellator 39.
Submitted Mar 7, 2011 10:53AM by emfleek - 4 comments
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Former Strikeforce champ Sarah Kaufman signs with Armageddon Fighting Championship
(mmajunkie.com)
Former Strikeforce female welterweight champion Sarah Kaufman (12-1 MMA, 4-1 SF) has her eyes on regaining the title she lost to Marloes Coenen this past October, but in the meantime, she'll stay busy outside of the promotion. Kaufman and the Canadian-based promotion recently announced that the former Strikeforce champ will fight in front of her hometown crowd in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, on April 2 at "Armageddon Fighting Championship 5: Judgment Day."
Submitted Mar 1, 2011 11:20AM by emfleek - 2 comments
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Paul Daley Apologizes for Missing Weight, Promises To Redeem Himself on Saturday
(mmaweekly.com)
As BAMMA 5 approaches tomorrow, the main event hit a bump in the road when main event fighter Paul Daley missed weight turning his 5 round title fight against Yuya Shirai into a 3 round non-title fight. The British heavy hitter was not happy with missing weight and issued the following statement following the BAMMA events on Friday. He also included a special message to Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz as well. “I apologize to Shirai and the fans for missing weight,” Daley said. “Although the fight is 3 rounds now I only need 1 round to knock him out. The fans come to see me win the title but I promise them, title or not, I’ll win this fight and win it in style. “Then I’m going after Diaz and I want to send him out the message that I mean business with my performance tomorrow night.” The weight cutting bug also bit former UFC heavyweight champion Ricco Rodriguez, who failed to cut to the 215lb catchweight limit agreed to with his opponent James McSweeney.
Submitted Feb 26, 2011 1:21AM by grappler0000 - 3 comments
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BAMMA 5: Paul Daley Misses Weight, Loses Title Shot
(mmajunkie.com)
400 grams. That's the margin – 0.881849 pounds for you non-metric people – by which Paul Daley missed weight for his welterweight title fight against Yuya Shirai at BAMMA 5, according to manager Wad Alameddine. As a result, the fight is now a 3-round NON-TITLE fight and Daley will be fined an undisclosed percentage of his fight purse, which will go to Shirai. Daley was 2 pounds overweight on his first try.
Submitted Feb 25, 2011 3:05PM by DCRage - 9 comments
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Bellator inks featherweight notable Marlon Sandro for non-tourney fights
(mmajunkie.com)
Bellator Fighting Championships' recent shopping spree has netted another notable. Officials today announced the signing of former World Victory Road/Sengoku champion and King of Pancrase Marlon Sandro (17-2 MMA, 0-0 BFC) to its featherweight roster. Sandro won't compete in the organization's upcoming 145-pound tourney but will compete in season-four non-tourney fights on MTV2. The Brazilian fighter and Nova Uniao team member never has competed in the U.S. "Marlon Sandro is a phenomenal talent at 145," Bellator Chairman and CEO Bjorn Rebney stated. "Our featherweight division is absolutely stacked, and Sandro pushes that talent pool to an even higher level. I'm thrilled to have him on board."
Submitted Feb 23, 2011 1:09PM by emfleek - 15 comments
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Hector Lombard To Face Falaniko Vitale In Non-Title Fight At Bellator 44
(mmajunkie.com)
It's back to business for Bellator middleweight champion Hector Lombard. The hard-swinging fighter is expected to meet Falaniko Vitale in a non-title bout on May 14 at Bellator 44. Verbal agreements are in place, paperwork pending. Lombard, who won Bellator's season-one tournament to become champion, beat back the first challenger to his belt this past October when he took on season-three tourney winner Alexander Shlemenko and earned a unanimous-decision win at Bellator 34. Vitale returned to active competition this past year and put together back-to-back wins in his home state of Hawaii.
Submitted Feb 22, 2011 9:32AM by DCRage - 4 comments
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Bellator Boss: No Ricco Rodriguez Deal
(mmajunkie.com)
Ricco Rodriguez has not joined the Bellator Fighting Championships roster. Although the fighter recently gave an interview in which he said he has signed a contract with the promotion, an official denied those claims. "Ricco's a great fighter enjoying a spectacular rebirth to his career, but he is not signed to Bellator," Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney said when reached for comment.
Submitted Feb 18, 2011 10:18PM by DCRage - 1 comment
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Sportfight Champ Official for Bellator’s 205-Pound Tournament
(sherdog.com)
Sportfight heavyweight champion D.J. Linderman (Pictured) will make the cut to 205 pounds in order to compete in the inaugural Bellator Fighting Championships light heavyweight tournament. The promotion on Friday made Linderman’s participation in the Season 4 draw official. Bellator is looking better every day! I never post news so some one let me know if I'm doing it wrong.
Submitted Feb 18, 2011 5:23PM by machodog76 - 0 comments
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