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TUF 9 - Could the finale be held somewhere in the UK?
With season nine of the popular reality series “The Ultimate Fighter” set to be UK vs USA there is growing speculation from various sources close to the UFC that the finale could take place at a UK venue rather than the smaller Las Vegas arenas they have used in the past.
Submitted Dec 3, 2008 3:06AM by Rampage200 - 1 comment
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The Atlantic Sits Down With BJ Penn
Hawaiian native Jay Dee “BJ” Penn is one of the most talented fighters in the UFC. In 2000, he became the first non-Brazilian to win a gold medal at the World Jiujitsu Championship in Brazil. Four years later, he displayed his mastery of mixed martial arts by jumping a weight class to defeat the reigning UFC welterweight champion, Matt Hughes. On January 31, 2009, he will try to repeat his feat of martial arts skill by taking on the current UFC welterweight champion, George St. Pierre, who is regularly ranked along with Penn as one of the top five mixed martial arts fighters in the world.
Submitted Dec 3, 2008 12:56AM by MMAcca - 3 comments
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The Atlantic Sits Down Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson
Quinton Jackson wears a steel bicycle chain around his neck, has a tattoo of a black panther on his enormous bicep, and has a tendency to howl like a wolf. He is also born-again, the loving father of four children—and known for delivering the hardest blow in the history of professional sports. Now, in attempting to defend his Ultimate Fighting Championship title, he is also trying to hold onto his sanity. An intimate portrait of a mixed martial artist—and of the growing American fixation with the warriors who earn their living beating each other bloody.
Submitted Dec 3, 2008 12:53AM by MMAcca - 0 comments
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The Atlantic Sits Down with Lorenzo Fertitta
The Atlantic has multiple pieces featuring the various personalities of the UFC, but the most intriguing from my perspective is the sit down interview they had with Lorenzo Fertitta. Lorenzo goes in depth on the various facets of his business. Lorenzo is straight forward in his comparison of the boxing model vs what he has molded with the UFC:
Submitted Dec 3, 2008 12:48AM by MMAcca - 5 comments
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The BJ Penn Show (Part 1)
Submitted Dec 3, 2008 12:40AM by MMAcca - 0 comments
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Paulson, Nelson, Morgan talk about Lesnar Victory
Brock Lesnar’s Team Breaks Down His Victory Over Randy Couture For The UFC Heavyweight Title On November 15th, 2008 Brock Lesnar became one of only 4 Heavyweights in UFC history to win the Heavyweight Title with less than 5 professional fights. The coaches who helped him orchestrate his victory over the Legendary Captain America Randy Couture talked with PDG about Brock’s training, the fight and his future opponents. Below is what legendary trainers Marty Morgan, Greg Nelson and Erik Paulson had to say about the new UFC Heavyweight Champion.
Submitted Dec 2, 2008 8:04PM by nwowolfpack - 0 comments
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Former WEC Middleweight Osterneck Headed To UFC
Although he suffered his first loss in his last fight, WEC Middleweight Nissen Osterneck has confirmed today that UFC will "give him another chance" and that UFC will carry over his WEC contract. No date has been set for Osterneck's UFC debut but it likely will be in early '09.
Submitted Dec 2, 2008 5:46PM by DCRage - 3 comments
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Thales Leites Wants Fight Against Demian Maia
I’d accept a fight, I’m a professional. Demian is a great fighter and has been doing a great job in UFC. It’s possible that they put this fight, because the belt is with a Brazilian guy and we’re growing, so they can put this fight to take one of the Brazilians from the tops
Submitted Dec 2, 2008 4:40PM by Porch28 - 3 comments
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Thiago Tavares returns to Florida's American Top Team
UFC lightweight Thiago Tavares, a fighter who's lost three of his past four fights after beginning his career with 12 consecutive victories, has rejoined the Florida-based American Top Team. Richie Guerriero, general manager of ATT, today made the announcement.
Submitted Dec 2, 2008 2:30PM by MMAcca - 1 comment
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Jim Miller to replace Frankie Edgar vs. Matt Wiman at “UFC Fight for the Troops”
An injury sustained during training has forced lightweight competitor Frankie Edgar out of a scheduled bout vs. Matt Wiman during next Wednesday’s UFC Fight Night 16: “UFC Fight for the Troops” event. Replacing Edgar will be another New Jersey based fighter, up and coming lightweight prospect Jim Miller. FiveOuncesOfPain.com learned of the news exclusively after speaking with a source close to one of the fighters.
Submitted Dec 2, 2008 2:28PM by MMAcca - 17 comments
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Bonnar’s Back at UFC 94
After over a year on the sidelines due to injury, Stephan Bonnar will look to pick up his two fight winning streak where it left off when he returns to the Octagon on January 31st to take on unbeaten prospect Jon Jones on the main card of UFC 94 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Tickets are on sale now for UFC 94, which is headlined by the welterweight superfight between Georges St-Pierre and BJ Penn, and the clash of unbeaten light heavyweights, Lyoto Machida and Thiago Silva. Also added to UFC 94’s preliminary card is a lightweight bout between Thiago Tavares and Manny Gamburyan, a matchup of heavyweight prospects Jake O’Brien and Christian Wellisch, and a welterweight meeting of Ultimate Fighter alumni Matt Arroyo and Dan Cramer.
Submitted Dec 2, 2008 12:22PM by XblacksheepX - 5 comments
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UFC 100 - “Night of Champions” moves one step closer
Now, for our more regular readers you may remember that we ran a story way back on October 11th exclusively revealing the UFC’s plans to hold their biggest show yet on July 4th, UFC 100.
Submitted Dec 2, 2008 10:56AM by Rampage200 - 31 comments
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Former TUF 8 Fighter Returns To Action
Months after being forced off TUF 8 due to a nose injury that drew a medical suspension, Karn Grigoryan returned to action this past weekend in a big way. He KO'd previously unbeaten BJJ Black Belt Daniel Rial in just over a minute, a win Grigoryan and trainer Gabriel Gonzaga hope earns him another shot in UFC.
Submitted Dec 2, 2008 6:47AM by DCRage - 4 comments
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UFC 93 Card Made Official
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) today confirmed several bouts for its first-ever event in Dublin, Ireland, on January 17, 2009. UFC 93: “Henderson vs. Franklin,” which will take place at The O2, features the highly anticipated light heavyweight clash between former UFC middleweight champion Rich Franklin and former Pride FC dual welterweight and middleweight champion Dan Henderson. In the co main event of the pay-per-view (PPV) event, Mauricio “Shogun” Rua will look to once again begin establishing himself as the top 205-pound fighter in the world when he rematches the most recent UFC Hall of Fame inductee, former UFC heavyweight champion and 2000 Pride FC Open Weight Champion, Mark Coleman. Here is the most recent official card: Main event: 205 lbs.: Rich Franklin (24-3) vs. Dan Henderson (23-7) Main card (Televised): 205 lbs.: Mauricio “Shogun” Rua (16-3) vs. Mark Coleman (15-8) 185 lbs.: Denis Kang (31-10-1) vs. Alan Belcher (13-5) 205 lbs.: Andre Gusmao (5-1) vs. Antonio Mendes (15–3) 155 lbs.: Nate Mohr (8-5) vs. Dennis Siver (12-6) Under card (May not be broadcast): 170 lbs.: Marcus Davis (15–4) vs. Chris Lytle (26-16–5) 185 lbs.: Rousimar Palhares (8-2) vs. Jeremy Horn (80-18-5) 205 lbs.: Ivan Serati (10-2) vs. Tomasz Drwal (14-2) 170 lbs.: Thomas Egan (3-0) vs. John Hathaway (9-0)
Submitted Dec 2, 2008 1:19AM by MMAcca - 17 comments
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Clementi vs. Tibau in the works for February
Intheguard.tv learned today that the lightweight bout between Rich 'No Love' Clementi (40-13-1) and Gleison Tibau (27-5) was offered to both camps and is being negociated for February. We were unable to confirm whether the fight will be featured in the UFC Fight Night 17 or UFC 95 taking place in London.
Submitted Dec 2, 2008 1:15AM by MMAcca - 6 comments
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One Round Too Many - An in depth look at rematches

The holidays are full of repetition. Turkey on Thanksgiving, turkey on Christmas; socks from mom, socks from grandma; Charlie Brown learning, for the 53rd consecutive time, that he needs a more supportive group of friends. Increasingly, things aren’t looking too different in the cage. After beefing up its roster with international talent and surprisingly adept “Ultimate Fighter”-bred participants, the UFC has returned to the photocopy machine, signing or reportedly considering matches that have already been definitively decided on multiple occasions.
I guess the writer from Sherdog seems to think a little different than me when it comes to the opinion that Wandy Rampage, Chuck Randy, and even Faber Pulver would make a good rematch.
Submitted Dec 1, 2008 6:53PM by PaleHorse - 11 comments
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UFC 91 Fighters Pass Drug Tests
The NSAC chose 10 fighters for random fight night drug tests at UFC 91, including Randy Couture & Brock Lesnar. NSAC head Keith Kizer has announced that all 10 of those tests came back clean.
Submitted Dec 1, 2008 6:47PM by DCRage - 5 comments
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UFC pushes the boat out in hyping up St Pierre vs Penn II
In the run up to the super fight between Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd Mayweather, HBO ran a series of shows entitled "De La Hoya-Mayweather 24/7". This series of shows lead to a record number of PPV buys, standing at 2.4million. Now the UFC is planning to run a similar series of shows entitled "UFC Primetime: St. Pierre vs. Penn”.
Submitted Dec 1, 2008 5:21PM by Wolfenstein - 11 comments
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Kampmann set to return at UFC 93
Martin Kampmann is latest fighter to be added to the card for UFC 93 on Jan. 17 in Dublin, Ireland, FiveOuncesOfPain.com has learned. Kampmann, who recently signed a contract extension with the UFC, will be making his welterweight debut on the show against an opponent to be determined.
Submitted Dec 1, 2008 1:26PM by MMAcca - 9 comments
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