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UFC middleweight champ Anderson Silva likely gave his bosses a scare when rumors of a possible knee injury were reported.
Two of MMA’s handful of well-known heavyweights who don’t call the UFC home both saw action on the same card over the weekend with each earning a victory in their respective rumbles. Headlining M-1 Challenge 31 , Aleksander Emelianenko wowed his fellow Russians with a second round knockout of Tadas Rimkevicius , snapping a three-fight winning streak for “The Lithuanian Bear” and running his own record to 19-5 in the process.
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Jeff Monson, Aleks Emelianenko notch wins at M-1 event in Russia
The beautiful thing about writing about MMA is not only do I get to talk to some of the biggest stars in the sport I am also presented with numerous opportunities to talk to guys just getting their start.
Alex Morono ready to smash Rashon Lewis at Legacy FC 10
The UFC has set up a key welterweight contest with Josh Koscheck taking on Johny Hendricks at UFC on FOX 3 . Koscheck got by Mike Pierce at UFC 143 by the skin of his teeth after earning a knockout victory against Matt Hughes late in 2011
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Josh Koscheck-Johny Hendricks added to UFC on FOX 3
JiuJitsu Magazine: Key Points of Armbar from Mount From Issue #5 In Issue 3 we let you in on multi-time world and ADCC champion Andre Galvao's entire game plan from start to, well, almost finish. There was just too much to pack into one issue, so in this article Andre shares with us seven very effective finishes from full-mount, side-control, and the back. Since that last article with Andre he's picked up another big win, in fact it's probably his biggest so far, the ADCC Absolute Championship, along with his Middle-Heavy class as well
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JiuJitsu Magazine: Key Points of Armbar from Mount
It’s the Sixth Ounce Podcast with Brendhan Conlan, Samer Kadi , and Jeremy Lambert and it’s heavy, at least early, on MMA contest and seriousness. For the first 40 minutes we discuss a recent ESPN article by Josh Gross and John Barr about fighter pay (or lack thereof) in the UFC and what it means
Sixth Ounce Podcast: Episode 14
The final week of 2011 has arrived, and though the year may not have delivered on the public’s long-standing dream of flying cars and laser-blasters it was certainly a period filled with memorable months from a Mixed Martial Arts viewpoint. We witnessed champions fall in dramatic fashion, prospects rise from the ranks to become divisional kings, and numerous fighters emerge victorious by the skin of their teeth.
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Five Ounces 2011 Year-End Awards: Jaw Droppers and Arm-Poppers
In a little over two weeks, one of the biggest heavyweight battles in MMA – literally – will take place when Brock Lesnar and Alistair Overeem collide in the main event of UFC 141 .
Reports of a welterweight clash between Jake Ellenberger for the UFC on FOX 2 card were found untrue when Sanchez’ manager denied them on Twitter recently. However, it seems the fight is still on for some time in 2012. Ellenberger is coming off the biggest win of his career, as he stopped Jake Shields to improve to 5-1 in the UFC