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No. 10-ranked middleweight Uriah Hall joined’s Matt Parrino Friday afternoon for a segment called UFC Rankings Report Rewind on Facebook Live.Sitting in for former UFC light heavyweight champion Forrest Griffin, Hall talked about his division, upcoming fights at UFC 205, remembered Ultimate Fighter season 17’s Josh Samman, and gave his take on the rankings.Watch the video at the top of the page and don’t miss the Rankings Report every week on Wednesday at about 8:30pm/5:30pm ETPT. Read the Full Article Here View full post on UFC News

It looks like Antonio Silva’s release from Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was just the tip of the ice berg. According to a report by MMA Fighting, the promotion has officially let go of 13 fighters in total. While “Bigfoot” is easily the most high-profile name, 12 other mixed martial artists experienced the same fate.

The complete cut list is as follows:

  • Shane Campbell
  • Kevin Casey
  • Cody East
  • Glaico Franca
  • Leonardo Augusto Guimaraes
  • Cory Hendricks
  • Caio Magalhaes
  • Enrique Marin
  • Tamdan McCrory
  • Kenny Robertson
  • Antonio Silva
  • Sean Spencer
  • Alberto Uda
Outside of Silva, the most noteworthy names on this list are Tamdan McCrory, who was expected to climb the ranks in the middleweight division after coming back over from Bellator MMA, Enrique Marin, who lost to Sage Northcutt at UFC 200 this past July, and Kevin Casey, the former TUF standout who saw his ascension slowed by two no contests and one draw since 2014.

With new UFC management in place and the demand for sustained Octagon production at an all-time high, more promotional cuts are bound to surface early into 2017.

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BROOMFIELD Colo.–Robin van Roosmalen (36-6-1) is the new GLORY featherweight champion and his punching power is cause for alarm among the division.

In the main event of the GLORY 34 Superfight Series last night (Fri., Oct. 21, 2016), the former lightweight champion knocked down Gabriel Varga (27-4) twice in the second round inside 1STBANK Center. Van Roosmalen scored a technical knockout (TKO) victory after the fourth round concluded when Varga did not answer the bell for the fifth round and conceded defeat.

Varga, who didn’t have a mouth piece in during the opening round, seemed to have some type of issue with his jaw or perhaps his mouth.

“I already saw after the first round that he was busy with his teeth,” van Roosmalen told MMAMania after the bout. “I think I broke his jaw or knocked one of his teeth out or something. I knew it was only a matter of time because I was going to hit him more. After the fourth round I think I rocked him at the end again, so I almost finished them there too.”

Varga looked good in the first round, but van Roosmalen explained he was feeling Varga out.

“In the first round I wanted to test him because he is a crafty fighter,” the Dutch champion explained. “He’s got good punches. I wanted to see what his distance was and his speed and everything.

Van Roosmalen, 27, changed the whole complexion of the fight when he dropped the Canadian with a huge right hand in the beginning of the second frame, sending him down to the canvas.

“I told you before, they can’t handle the power and explosion at this weight,” van Roosmalen said, sitting ringside showing up the featherweight strap. “Everybody thought this weight cut was going to be hard, but I made this weight easy and without doing anything on the morning of the weigh ins.”

Later on in the second, “Pokerface” knocked Varga down for a second time after ripping a punch to the body of the Canadian.

“He has a tall body and I knew after that first knockdown he was focused on his head, so I went to the body,” he said.

The TKO loss was first of Varga’s professional career.

“Somebody has to be the first,” said van Roosmalen, smiling. “I’m happy about it. Nothing bad about him. He’s a great fighter. I’m glad he gave me this chance. I respect him as a fighter.”

After the bout concluded, the newly-crowned champion told Todd Grisham he wants to win the lightweight title back and become a two-division champion. He was asked about that statement.

“I want to be a two-division champ. For me, I think I’m still the Lightweight because I still think they robbed me the last time,” he said, referring to the split-decision loss to Sittichai Sitsongpeenong at GLORY 31. “For me, I’m the two-division reigning belt, but I need a new belt to show everybody else so I can shut them up.”

Will GLORY be okay with him fighting in both divisions?

“I don’t know. I don’t think they have a choice.”

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Every now and again, we go through a lull in the UFC’s typically jam-packed schedule. Welcome to that lull.

Think about this for a minute: Starting July 7 with UFC Fight Night 90, and ending with UFC 204 on Oct. 8, a stretch of 93 days, the UFC put on 15 shows. That’s one event every six days or so.

After the cancellation of UFC Fight Night 97, we won’t see another show until UFC Fight Night 98 in Mexico City on Nov. 5 – a full month in between events, which will be the promotion’s longest stretch without an event in four years.

So in the downtime, we figured it would be a good time to take a look back at some of the best photos we’ve seen this year from the USA TODAY Sports shooters over 31 UFC events in eight countries. We’ll take it a month at a time, day by day.

Today, check out the 40 best photos from June and its pair of cards: UFC 199 in Southern California and UFC Fight Night 89 in Ottawa. Then don’t miss Sunday’s look at the best photos from July’s events, and stay tuned every day till you’re all caught up on the year in pictures.

Check out the full photo gallery below. And above, don’t miss the best-of-the-best video.

Also see:

  • The year so far: The best UFC photos from January, including a nasty Matt Mitrione bulging eye
  • The year so far: The best UFC photos from February with feet on faces and plenty of blood
  • The year so far: The best UFC photos from March, including Nate vs. Conor I
  • The year so far: The 35 best UFC photos from April, including a kick to the face for the ages
  • The year so far: The best UFC photos from May with fighters just bleeding all over the place

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Not only is “Smokin’ Jo Nattawut one of the best muay Thai fighters in the world, he also made history Friday night as he became the first man to simultaneously hold world titles in two weights classes in Lion Fight. View full post on Recent News on

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The long-anticipated rematch between Fabricio Werdum and Cain Velasquez at UFC 207 in Las Vegas closes out 2016 with what has now become a can’t-miss card, one that also features the return of Ronda Rousey. Both Velasquez and Werdum are former UFC heavyweight champions. Werdum took the belt from Velasquez in their clash at UFC 188 in Mexico City in 2015, and subsequently dropped the title to current king Stipe Miocic. Now Werdum and Velasquez will revisit a fight that was surprisingly one-sided. “Vai Cavalo” dominated Velasquez in the previous meeting, capitalizing on his i … Read the Full Article Here View full post on UFC News

Bellator 167 ‘Curran vs Teixeira’ takes place Dec. 3, 2016 at WinStar World Casino in Thackerville, Okla. The card headlined by a featherweight clash between Pat Curran and John Teixeira has just gained two new fights.

Bellator 167 “Curran vs. Teixeira” goes down at WinStar World Casino on Dec. 3, 2016 in Thackerville, Okla. The featured fight that night is a top featherweight showdown between former champion Pat Curran and rising star John Teixeira.

Two new fights have just been announced to spice up the main card on Spike TV. Welterweights Chidi Njokuani (15-4, 1 NC) and Andre Fialho (7-0) will face off, along with flyweights Ilima-Lei MacFarlane (4-0) and Emily Ducote (4-1).

Njokuani has been undefeated over seven fights dating back to 2013, most recently scoring a knockout win at Bellator 156. To keep that streak alive though he’ll have to defeat the unblemished Fialho, who has won both of his Bellator bouts with a first round knockout.

Meanwhile, the women will both have something to prove in the wide open flyweight division which has yet to crown a champion. MacFarlane certainly has the hype behind her with a knockout and two submissions in four fights including her rear naked choke at Bellator 157.

Ducote has no shame in her game though with her only loss coming in her pro debut, reeling off four-straight victories with two-straight submissions since then. She will arguably be the toughest test MacFarlane has had to date.

The updated Bellator 167 card for Thackerville is below.

Bellator 167 “Curran vs. Teixeira” Card (Spike TV):

Featherweight: Pat Curran (22-7) vs. John Teixeira (19-1-2)
Flyweight: Ilima MacFarlane (4-0) vs. Emily Ducote (4-1)
Welterweight: Chidi Njokuani (15-4, 1 NC) vs. Andre Fialho (7-0)

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Some of us watch mixed martial arts (MMA) for the action. Some of us watch it for the blood. All of us, minus the few stragglers who look away in between rounds, watch it for the ring girls. And out of all the ring girls, the ladies of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Octagon are the most watchable.

Luckily for UFC fans, the promotion has decided to hold auditions for a new reality series on POP TV Network to find new Octagon girls to add to its stable (h/t If you are, or know, somebody who would like to audition, the official application requirements are as follows:

  • Are at least 21 years of age and live in Southern California
  • Have a fit and athletic body type
  • Are legally able to work and live in the United States
  • Have never appeared in pornographic material
  • Are not contractually tied to any other combat sports promotion
  • Can attend scheduled auditions in North Hollywood during the week of October 24 and film a presentation for the show in mid-November.
Prominent Octagon girls Arianny Celeste and Brittney Palmer have already etched out their spots in the current MMA community, so it’s cool to see the promotion opening doors for a select few lucky ladies. Wonder what UFC production will look like under new management of entertainment juggernaut WME/IMG.
May the round cards be held high!

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Gegard Mousasi’s direct-message sparring match with Conor McGregor got the UFC middleweight some clicks, but he’s not too worried about a face-to-face.

After the UFC featherweight champ took offense to his post-fight diatribe and they shared a few characters via Twitter direct messaging, Mousasi said it won’t amount to much.

“If he steps up to me and talks, then probably,” Mousasi, the No. 7 ranked fighter in the USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA middleweight rankings, told MMAjunkie. “But he’s just talk.”

The perpetually understated Mousasi did his best version of McGregor after UFC 204 and even threw in a few jabs at the featherweight champ, joking he could get a career bump if he recreated the infamous water bottle fracas that netted McGregor a $150,000 fine. He also said fans who ate up the act were “stupid” and said they “just like to see expensive stuff on Instagram.”

According to Mousasi (40-6-2 MMA, 7-3 UFC), who next rematches Uriah Hall (12-7 MMA, 5-5 UFC) in UFC Fight Night 99’s newly announced replacement headliner on Nov. 19, that prompted McGregor to message him with a veiled threat. It didn’t go over too well, judging by his response.

“I said, ’Say it to my face,’ but he’s not going to do that because he’s not going to win,” Mousasi said. “I’m not challenging him. That’s not a fight. The guy, he feels strong words for someone on Twitter.”

Of course, the two will never fight – Mousasi fights at middleweight and light heavyweight, while McGregor is a featherweight who’s fought as heavy as welterweight.

McGregor (20-3 MMA, 8-1 UFC) has a lightweight title fight to worry about at UFC 205, where he meets reigning 155-pound titleholder Eddie Alvarez (28-4 MMA, 3-1 UFC), and then a “big” announcement reportedly to follow.

Mousasi also has bigger things to worry about, namely getting the matchups that will lead him to the title. It’s been a rough road so far for the former Strikeforce light heavyweight champ to gain traction at middleweight, and a few setbacks haven’t helped his case.

But after dispatching ex-champ Vitor Belfort earlier this month – and if he can avenge a loss to Hall when they rematch at UFC Fight Night 99 – that could be changing. Getting a little extra attention by jabbing one of the UFC’s biggest stars won’t hurt either.

Check out the video above for more from Mousasi, and don’t miss the full interview below.

For more on UFC 204, check out the UFC Events section of MMAjunkie. And for more on UFC Fight Night 99, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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Since the advent of the flyweight division, Demetrious Johnson hasn’t had much time for summer vacations.Four years and change after the UFC introduced the 125-pound weight class, the one and only man to wear the division’s championship belt has either spent the summer months preparing to compete or actually stepping into the Octagon and in some cases, he’s done both.He won the title in September 2012 after beating Ian McCall in June to advance to the inaugural championship bout opposite Joseph Benavidez in Toronto and made the same quick turnaround two years later, defeating … Read the Full Article Here View full post on UFC News

According to a report by MMA Fighting, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Gunnar Nelson has been forced out of his main event tilt with Dong Hyun Kim at UFC Fight Night 99 on Nov. 19 from Belfast, Northern Ireland. As a result, Gegard Mousasi and Uriah Hall will step in on short notice to serve as the replacement headliner.

If you remember, the two middleweights have met once before. In his most memorable performance of his MMA career, Hall handed Mousasi his first career loss by way of knockout back at UFC Fight Night 75 in 2015 doing so with a nasty second-round flying knee.

Since then, Hall has struggled to maintain divisional momentum. The 32-year-old TUF alum has lost two in a row, including a vicious knockout loss to Derek Brunson this past September at UFC Fight Night 94, but still possesses incredible potential at 185 pounds.

As for Mousasi, who is coming off a dominant TKO win over Vitor Belfort at UFC 204, this is a great opportunity to get revenge on a guy who stopped him cold just 13 months ago. The argument can be made that Mousasi’s current three-fight win streak was too good to warrant a rematch with a guy who has dropped his last two Octagon appearances in decisive fashion, but it’s a tantalizing matchup of premier strikers that should once again produce fireworks.

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Tragedy strikes mixed martial arts (MMA) in many ways, especially when it comes to former Bellator featherweight Jordan Parsons, who died in a hit-and-run incident this past May at the age of 25. It now seems as if more bad, yet informative, news is being drawn from Parson’s unexpected passing, as Boston Globe reports the young fighter had already been suffering from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disease directly associated with countless blows to the head.

According to the report, forensic pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu, who has been at the forefront of CTE discovery in NFL players and professional wrestlers for years, determined that Parsons was suffering from CTE prior to his death earlier this year. It’s an alarming diagnosis not only because Parsons had compiled just 13 professional fights, but also due to the collective assumption that MMA is a “safe” sport when stacked up against outlets like the NFL and WWE.

“These findings confirm that the danger of exposure to CTE is not limited to just football, hockey, and wrestling,” said Omalu. “Mixed martial arts is also a dangerous sport, and it’s time for everyone to embrace the truth.”

Remember, 28-year-old fighter Joao Carvalho died earlier this year after suffering a brutal TKO loss in Ireland. Carvalho underwent brain surgery before passing away a few days later. With new evidence supporting the presence of CTE in fighters as young as Parsons, it’s safe to say the entire sport of MMA will be paying close attention to head trauma heading into 2017.

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Check out the video highlights from Friday’s action-packed and stoppage-filled Bellator 162 main card.

The event aired on Spike from FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tenn.

In the headliner, Alexander Shlemenko (54-9 MMA, 12-3 BMMA) made a successful return to the Bellator cage, where after an entertaining first round, the former middleweight champion used a crippling liver shot to set up a TKO win over Kendall Grove (23-16 MMA, 4-3 BMMA).

In the co-headliner, former WWE star and streaking heavyweight Bobby Lashley (15-2 MMA, 5-0 BMMA) put a beatdown on Josh Appelt (12-6 MMA, 3-2 BMMA).

Also on the card, lightweight Goiti Yamauchi (20-3 MMA, 6-2 BMMA) quickly tapped out Ryan Couture (10-5 MMA, 2-2 BMMA), and middleweight Hisaki Kato (7-2 MMA, 1-2 BMMA) emerged victorious from a slugfest with A.J. Matthews (8-6 MMA, 4-4 BMMA).

Check out all the highlights above.

And for complete coverage of Bellator 162, including a full event recap, check out the MMA Events section of the site.

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It was a victory worthy of a little time off, but almost as soon as Marc Diakiese scored a second round knockout of Lukasz Sajewski last Saturday night in Manchester, England, the 23-year-old was back in the gym.He wasn’t there to get ready for the possibility of a short notice call-up or to brag about his Octagon debut. Instead, the nicest young man to carry around the nickname “Bonecrusher” was teaching the kids’ class. And it was a full house for the UFC’s newest rising star.

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BROOMFIELD, Colo.–Nieky Holzken (90-11) has done it again. The GLORY Welterweight champion defended his title for the third consecutive time on Friday (October 21, 2016), setting a promotional record with his 12th victory inside the GLORY ring, where he remains undefeated.

Holzken, 32, defeated Murthel Groenhart (60-22-3) by unanimous decision inside 1STBANK Center–his third victory over the No.2-ranked contender in three tries and 90th win of his 14-year career.

“Murthel is a top fighter,” Holzken told Todd Grisham after the fight. “I have so much respect for him because he’s trash talking, backing it up. Now after the three fights we are friends. I respect him, he is a very good fighter.”

The champion looked to be in control after the opening three rounds, hitting several nasty inside low kicks as well as a beautifully-timed jumping knee. But Groenhart came on in the last two rounds, and made the final six minutes interesting, but Holzken proved over the 15-minute title fight why he is the champion.

“He hit me a couple of times with that fucking knee,” Holzken said. Sorry for cursing. He’s a very good fighter. The first three rounds I thought it was my way with the points. I was hitting low kicks, inside kicks, outside kicks and keeping him at distance. You can see he is a warrior, the last two rounds he came back. So he is a very difficult fighter to fight and I respect him.”

The champion explained during a post-fight media scrum that he hurt his toe in the third round after throwing a kick and it slowed him down quite a bit.

“The third round I kicked his knee and I, how do you say? Not broke my toe, but bruised it. So, I couldn’t stand anymore very good. And in the fourth I was a little bit slowed down. In the fifth he hit me with a knee to the body and I had to take a step back. But I did my job and I think I won three, maybe four rounds of the fight. All the talk is done. Three times in a row I am the champion again. There can only be one.”

As for who may be next, Holzken suggested Cedric Doumbe, who has been talking trash about the champion.

“Cedric Doumbe has a big mouth and if he wants he can step up next and I’ll beat his ass,” said Holzken, who also mentioned he’d like to fight in Oberhausen, Germany next on the GLORY 36 or GLORY Collision card.

The co-main event ended in anti-climactic fashion after Dustin Jacoby (9-8) suffered an injury to his left arm and was unable to continue after the first round ended. Simon Marcus (45-3-2) won the bout via technical knockout. The official time of the stoppage came at 0:01 of round two.

Jacoby blocked one of Marcus’ kicks with his left arm midway through the opening round, which ended up breaking his arm. All three judges had scored the first round for Jacoby. Marcus improves to 45-3-2 with the victory. Jacoby falls to 9-8 in defeat.

Israel Adesanya (32-2) won the GLORY Middleweight “Contender” tournament by defeating Robert Thomas (8-5) by unanimous decision in the semi-finals and then Yousri Belgaroui (18-2) by split decision in the final.

Belgaroui proved to be a tough opponent, but Adesanya landed some timely strikes and did just enough to convince the Colorado judges he was the rightful winner.

The judges scored the bout 30-27, 28-29, 29-28 in favor of Adesanya.

In the semi-finals, Adesanya was just too much for Robert Thomas in the tournament semi-finals. “The Style Bender” easily won the first round and dropped the Canadian toward the end of the second round with a high kick en route to a unanimous decision victory.

All three judges scored the bout (30-25, 29-26, 30-25).

Belgaroui defeated Ariel Machado (43-8) by unanimous decision in the opening round to advance to the tournament final.

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Next month’s UFC Fight Night 99 event in Northern Ireland has a new headliner.

Gunnar Nelson (15-2-1 MMA, 6-2 UFC) has suffered an undisclosed injury and been forced out of his bout with welterweight Dong Hyun Kim (21-3-1 MMA, 12-3 UFC).

In its place, middleweight contender Gegard Mousasi (40-6-2 MMA, 7-3 UFC) will rematch Uriah Hall (12-7 MMA, 5-5 UFC) in the new main event.

A person close to the event today confirmed the change with MMAjunkie. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity since UFC officials haven’t made a formal announcement. first reported the new main event.

UFC Fight Night 99 takes place Nov. 19 at SSE Arena in Belfast, and the entire card streams on UFC Fight Pass.

Mousasi is No. 7 in the USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA middleweight rankings, and Hall is No. 15. However, though Mousasi is on a 5-1 run that’s pushed him into the title picture, the loss during that stretch came via flying knee and punches to Hall at UFC Fight Night 75 in 2015.

Mousasi, a 31-year-old Dutch fighter, has rebounded with three straight wins since that upset loss to 4-1 underdog Hall. After a decision victory over Thales Leites, the former DREAM and Strikeforce champion has picked up knockout wins over Thiago “Marreta” Santos (in a “Performance of the Night” effort) and Vitor Belfort in his two most recent appearances.

Despite the recent win over ex-champ Belfort, Mousasi said it did little to help him in the title picture (watch the video above).

Hall, meanwhile, finds himself in a must-win situation. Since defeating Mousasi in their first meeting, the 32-year-old striker and “The Ultimate Fighter 17” runner-up has suffered a decision loss to Robert Whittaker and a recent TKO defeat to Derek Brunson.

The latest UFC Fight Night 99 card now includes:

  • Uriah Hall vs. Gegard Mousasi
  • James Krause vs. Ross Pearson
  • Timothy Johnson vs. Alexander Volkov
  • Teruto Ishihara vs. Artem Lobov
  • Ian McCall vs. Neil Seery
  • Magnus Cedenblad vs. Jack Marshman
  • Ali Bagautinov vs. Kyoji Horiguchi
  • Kevin Lee vs. Magomed Mustafaev
  • Amanda Cooper vs. Anna Elmose
  • Mark Godbeer vs. Justin Ledet
  • Zak Cummings vs. Alexander Yakovlev
  • Milana Dudieva vs. Marion Reneau

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