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Police Investigating UFC Legend Matt Hughes in Alleged Nose Breaking Brawl
(bloodyelbow.com)
UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes is known for his down home mid-western simple man values. He's an outspoken Christian conservative and family man who's been critical of other fighters such as Randy Couture for their lifestyle choices. Now TMZ is reporting that Illinois police want to talk to Hughes about an incident in a bar: TMZ has confirmed 37-year-old Hughes was named in a police report filed in Taylor Springs, IL ... stemming from an April 23 incident at a place called Trails End Bar and Grill. According to a source who was inside the bar, Hughes got into an argument with a male bar patron ... which led to some forceful shoving. Sources tell us ... the woman is alleging Hughes pushed the other man into her ... and she suffered a broken nose in the collision. TMZ obtained a photo of the woman's face taken after the incident.
Submitted May 3, 2011 1:22PM by FastKnockout - 8 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Spike Pulls in Strong TV Ratings with UFC 129 Prelims
(mmaweekly.com)
The UFC 129 euphoria didn’t exactly carry over into any record ratings for the preliminary bouts telecast live on Spike TV in the U.S., but the show did pull in 1.5 million viewers, another strong showing.
Submitted May 3, 2011 1:18PM by FastKnockout - 1 comment
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Georges St. Pierre eye injury update: Eye filled with blood but no detached retina
(mmamania.com)
"The doctors were very worried it was a detached retina because they couldn't see inside his eye. They flashed the light inside his eye and normally they're supposed to be able to see inside the eye, but the eye was filled with obstructions. The doctor was saying he couldn't see inside, so he needed to go to a specialist. Luckily it was just blood in the eye and not the detached retina. This occurred after the swipe to the face. When he threw that open handed hook, that was recorded, I complained to the ref immediately. I saw it, I completely saw it. I complained about it immediately to the referee that it was an open hand swipe to the face. I don't think it was intentional, but I mean it still happened, and he should get a warning and it should be kept in mind that he's punching with an open hand. It's not right, it's very dangerous." While Zahabi believes the eye poke was not intentional, there are more than a few concerned parties that disagree. To see the infraction so you can judge for yourself click
Submitted May 3, 2011 6:47AM by SmileR - 13 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Paulo Thiago vs. David Mitchell Added to UFC 134: Rio
(bloodyelbow.com)
UFC 134: Rio continues to come together. The event will be held at the HSBC arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on August 27, 2011. The latest announcement is Paulo Thiago taking on David Mitchell in a welterweight tilt. Sherdog with the news:Welterweight submission specialists Paulo Thiago and David Mitchell have agreed to square off UFC 134 in Rio de Janeiro. Thiago informed Sherdog.com of the matchup on Monday evening."I'm signing my contract right now and I'm very happy," said Thiago. "Fighting in Brazil again is like a dream. All my friends and family will be in Rio de Janeiro."
Submitted May 3, 2011 1:37AM by FastKnockout - 4 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Fight Metric Results. GSP 49-46 Shields. Aldo 49-45 Hominick
(blog.fightmetric.com)
The results from fight metric is in and it's no surprise the Aldo fight was not 50-43 as Hominick outsruck Aldo by 53 strikes in the final round...
Submitted May 2, 2011 1:50PM by jjeans - 9 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
UFC 129 medical suspensions: St. Pierre, Hominick, Couture and Brilz out 60 days
(mmajunkie.com)
Seven fighters – including main-card competitors Georges St-Pierre, Mark Hominick, Randy Couture and Jason Brilz – received 60-day medical suspensions following Saturday's UFC 129 event. MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) today obtained the list of suspensions from the Ontario Ministry of Consumer Services' Office of the Athletics Commissioner. All fighters from the April 30 card received suspensions of at least 14 days.
Submitted May 2, 2011 1:47PM by pmoney - 2 comments
Filed under: UFC, MMA Personalities
 
Champ Georges St. Pierre ok after UFC 129 eye injury, expected to recover
(mmajunkie.com)
Welterweight Georges St-Pierre did not sustain any permanent damage to his vision this past Saturday at UFC 129. The welterweight champion got poked in the left eye during the sixth defense of his title, which came in the event's headliner against Jake Shields (26-5-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC). Trainer Greg Jackson today told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) that St-Pierre (22-2 MMA, 16-2 UFC) suffered internal bleeding in the eye, which severely affected his ability to fight, but is expected to make a full recovery.
Submitted May 2, 2011 1:45PM by pmoney - 0 comments
Filed under: UFC, MMA Personalities
 
7 Fights Official for TUF 13 Finale
(sherdog.com)
American Kickboxing Academy representative Kyle Kingsbury will lock horns with Fabio Maldonado in a pivotal light heavyweight matchup at “The Ultimate Fighter 13” on June 4 at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. Seven fights are now official for the event, which will air live on Spike TV. Kingsbury will carry a three-fight winning streak into the bout. The 29-year-old Sunnyvale, Calif., native last appeared at UFC 126 in February, when he smashed through Ricardo Romero in 21 seconds at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. Kingsbury, who competed on Season 8 of “The Ultimate Fighter,” sports seven first-round finishes on his resume. He played college football at Arizona State University before pursuing a career in MMA.
Submitted May 2, 2011 10:53AM by pmoney - 5 comments
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UFC 129 Results: Sickness Slowed Jose Aldo During His Bout Against Mark Hominick
(bloodyelbow.com)
Jose Aldo dominated the first round of his UFC 129 bout against Mark Hominick. Shortly after the second round started though, the champion seemed visibly tired. Commentator Joe Rogan speculated that it could be a result of a bad weight cut, bringing up that Aldo was light headed and had to excuse himself during the Q&A portion that featured the 7 UFC champs. It seems that wasn't the case though. BE Reader fafefifofo, brought up that right before Rogan interviewed Aldo, he complained to his corner that he should have taken antibiotics. Bloody Elbow's Tom Mendes of Brazil was able to confirm this
Submitted May 2, 2011 10:40AM by pmoney - 14 comments
Filed under: UFC, MMA Personalities
 
Anthony Pettis Still Gets A UFC Lightweight Title Shot If He Beats Clay Guida in June
(mmaweekly.com)
Things didn’t go as smoothly for his entrance into the UFC as he had hoped, but Anthony Pettis still has a title shot in his future with a win in June. The final WEC lightweight champion was on a collision course with the winner of Frankie Edgar and Gray Maynard for his first fight in the Octagon, but an unexpected draw forced Pettis to wait on the sidelines. Not wishing to sit out for an extended period of time, Pettis opted to accept a fight against Clay Guida in the main event of “The Ultimate Fighter Season 13? finale coming up in June. The division has also continued to develop new contenders as well.
Submitted May 2, 2011 10:33AM by pmoney - 8 comments
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UFC 129 results: Nate Diaz 'probably' dropping back down to lightweight after loss to Rory MacDonald
(mmamania.com)
Nate Diaz has apparently worn out his welcome in the welterweight division. The younger brother of Nick Diaz initially had a strong showing with consecutive stoppages in his first two 170-pound fights, against Rory Markham and Marcus Davis, respectively, but has now lost back-to-back fights to strong grapplers in Dong Hyun Kim and Rory MacDonald. Diaz's coach, Cesar Gracie, tells MMAmania.com his fighter out of the "209" will likely return to 155-pounds
Submitted May 2, 2011 10:31AM by pmoney - 9 comments
Filed under: UFC, MMA Personalities
 
Machida credits training changes, Seagal for UFC 129 win over Couture
(mmajunkie.com)
With his third career "Knockout of the Night" win at this past weekend's UFC 129 event, former UFC light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida (17-2 MMA, 9-2 UFC) reversed a trend of recent defeats that had many MMA observers questioning his viability as a current UFC contender. The leaping front kick finish that appeared part Anderson Silva, part "Karate Kid," led Randy Couture to call it a career – not to mention schedule a dental appointment to replace a few incisors. Following the win, Machida admitted the pressure was on heading into the fight. Now he's hoping to use a refined approach to training (as well as Steven Seagal's advice) to make it back to the top.
Submitted May 2, 2011 10:20AM by pmoney - 6 comments
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White praises Hominick, Ontario commission for gutsy UFC 129 performance
(mmajunkie.com)
While the UFC's first-ever stadium show provided a myriad of memorable images, Mark Hominick's forehead certainly was not the least among them. With a fourth-round elbow creating a budding hematoma that looked capable of bursting at any moment, Hominick (20-9 MMA, 3-1 UFC) refused to back down from UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo in the final round of their UFC 129 title fight this past Saturday night. The thrilling final frame provided one of the evening's most memorable moments for the 55,724 fans that packed Toronto's Rogers Centre, but those five minutes of gut-wrenching fighting could have easily never happened.
Submitted May 2, 2011 10:14AM by pmoney - 2 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
After title shot loss, UFC 129's Jake Shields hopes for one more shot before retirement.
(mmajunkie.com)
TORONTO – His decision to stick to the game plan was crap. His inability or unwillingness to deviate from it was even crappier. No, you don't have to tell Jake Shields this. Following a UFC 129 main-event title loss to welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre – his first defeat in 16 fights and more than six years – Shields was as hard as anyone on himself. "Obviously I'm not happy," he told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) following Saturday's UFC 129 event at Toronto's Rogers Centre. "I went in there, and I came up short. Georges has great stand-up, and he kept me away. I couldn't get him down. He did a great job of stuffing my shots."
Submitted May 2, 2011 10:11AM by pmoney - 2 comments
Filed under: UFC, MMA Personalities
 
UFC 129 Officially Breaks Live Gate, Attendance Records
(sherdog.com)
The final numbers are in for the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s record-setting Saturday stop at Rogers Centre in Toronto. UFC 129 “St. Pierre vs. Shields” officially drew 55,724 fans for a live gate of $12.075 million, smashing both promotional and North American MMA records. UFC President Dana White announced the figures during the event’s post-fight news conference.
Submitted May 1, 2011 3:56PM by pmoney - 2 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
Greg Jackson - GSP Eye Injury ‘Significant’
(sherdog.com)
Georges St. Pierre's trainer, Greg Jackson, discussed the champion's performance at UFC 129 with Sherdog.com Administrative Editor Jordan Breen. Video interview with Greg Jackson post UFC 129
Submitted May 1, 2011 3:46PM by pmoney - 10 comments
Filed under: UFC, MMA Personalities
 
A Battle With a Union At the Heart of the UFC and MMA Not Being Santioned in New York
(mmaweekly.com)
With the first ever UFC show in Canada’s province of Ontario a rousing success, the world’s biggest MMA promotion now only has one more giant task to tackle when it comes to conquering a new territory. New York State. Sanctioning for mixed martial arts has happened in almost every state, as well as all the major areas in Canada, and across the world, but New York still seems to be the thorn in the side of the UFC as they try to get the sport legalized there.
Submitted May 1, 2011 2:28PM by pmoney - 0 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
White: UFC Looking at Aldo-Mendes Title Bout for UFC 133
(sherdog.com)
Hours after the most difficult title defense of his career, Jose Aldo’s next bout was already the subject of speculation. Following the 24-year-old’s “Fight of the Night”-winning performance against Mark Hominick at UFC 129, members of the press asked UFC President Dana White about the Brazilian’s future as featherweight champion. When questioned whether Aldo would find his way onto the UFC 134 card in Rio de Janeiro, White was non-committal, asserting that he might have other plans for the 145-pound king. “I don’t know. That’s a curve ball for me right now,” said White. “I think we’re looking at Jose possibly fighting [at UFC 133] in Philly.” With Aug. 6 now on the table as a tentative return date for the champ, the next logical question surfaced: who will Aldo face in his next title defense? “Probably [Chad Mendes]. Kenny Florian couldn’t be ready by then,” said White. “Mendes is 10-0. It makes sense.”
Submitted May 1, 2011 1:41PM by FastKnockout - 6 comments
Filed under: UFC
 
With Cain Velasquez healing, champ will probably headline UFC 136 in Houston
(mmajunkie.com)
TORONTO – With Cain Velasquez reportedly recovering nicely from a recent shoulder surgery, UFC president Dana White is eyeing a fall return for his heavyweight champion. Following Saturday night's UFC 129 post-event press conference at Toronto's Rogers Centre, White told a small group of reporters that Velasquez will likely return at the as-yet-unannounced UFC 136 event, which is expected to take place in Houston and coincide with the company's second UFC Fan Expo of 2011. "Probably," White said when asked if Velasquez would headline the card. "I think that would make a lot of sense."
Submitted May 1, 2011 11:55AM by pmoney - 3 comments
Filed under: UFC, MMA Personalities
 
Georges St. Pierre vs Nick Diaz hurdles exist but UFC president open to idea
(mmajunkie.com)
TORONTO – The UFC's current crop of welterweights has little to offer, and with a super fight with middleweight champion Anderson Silva apparently unlikely, what's next for 170-pound titleholder Georges St-Pierre? It was the big question after St-Pierre's decisive but heavily panned decision victory over Jake Shields in Saturday's UFC 129 main event. But UFC president Dana White has a potential solution: a fight with Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz.
Submitted May 1, 2011 10:15AM by pmoney - 25 comments
Filed under: UFC, StrikeForce, MMA Personalities
 
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