Archive for January, 2016

ROUNDTABLE: Is there anyone more deserving of a shot at Anderson Silva than Chael Sonnen? Hansen, Hyden, Park, Hobaugh, Amadi, and Penick

Posted on January 21st, 2016 by Rich

Michael Bisping believes he should be ahead of Chael Sonnen in the middleweight title picture, and Silva’s manager Ed Soares believes Sonnen should be in the back of the line.  Should Sonnen-Silva still be the next fight, or is there someone else that deserves to get a shot at the Champion? RICH HANSEN, MMATORCH COLUMNIST […]

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TUF 14 Overboard Episode ? Sneak Peak Video

Posted on January 20th, 2016 by Rich

Team Mayhem looks to stay in control while the tension between Dustin Neace and Akira Corassani continues to escalate. Sneak Peek – OverboardGet More: Watch The Ultimate Fighter TUF 14 Akira Corassani Michael Bisping Dustin Neace confrontations TUF 14 Overboard Episode – Sneak Peak Video is a post from: MMA Interplay UFC News TUF 14 Overboard Episode – Sneak Peak […]

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UFC’s ‘Mayhem’ Miller prepping Michael Bisping lullaby, wants shot at Anderson Silva

Posted on January 19th, 2016 by Rich

Image: Recent Strikeforce import Jason “Mayhem” Miller (24-7 MMA, 0-1 UFC) hasn’t set foot in the UFC octagon in more than six… Source: Clay Guida Jason Guida Melvin Guillard Cody Guinn Jorge Gurgel

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The Sunday Junkie deadline reminder, win a free ‘Fighters Only’ subscription!

Posted on January 18th, 2016 by Rich

As a reminder, submissions for the upcoming edition of “The Sunday Junkie” are due Sunday at 10 a.m. ET. All topics – including this weekend’s Bellator and XFC events – are open for discussion. The person who sends in the submission we deem the best (based on timeliness of subject, clarity and overall persuasiveness) will […]

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Mir Talks Big Nog

Posted on January 17th, 2016 by Rich

Source: Rob Broughton  Mike Brown  Junie Browning Paul Buentello  Josh Burkman 

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Tyson Griffin heats things up outside of the Octagon

Posted on January 16th, 2016 by Rich

Though only 27-years old, Tyson Griffin has found his second calling by preparing himself for a life after the Octagon by working with food. Griffin, who will meet Bart Palaszewski at UFC 137 on the Spike TV portion of the event’s preliminary pairings, wants to become a restaurateur when his fighting career is over. For […]

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Carlos Condit’s initial reaction to GSP injury – “Oh, shut the %&$* up, man”

Posted on January 15th, 2016 by Rich

The news of Georges St-Pierre’s knee injury and removal from UFC 137 came as a shock to challenger Carlos Condit, who gave the following reaction to in a very brief interview: “Oh, shut the [expletive] up. I’m pretty disappointed, man. That’s, wow. Just disappointed, that’s all I can say. But I gotta go, brother.” […]

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UFC 132 picks, Vegas-style: Questions marks on both sides in Silva vs. Leben

Posted on January 14th, 2016 by Rich

Whoever lands the first huge shot could decide the Wanderlei Silva-Chris Leben fight at UFC 132 on Saturday. Beyond that, there are too many questions to answer before coming up with a real solid pick on the fight. Silva’s been off forever, and as far as the fight game goes, he looks like an old […]

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What you need to know from this week on ?The Ultimate Fighter?

Posted on January 13th, 2016 by Rich

Welcome to another installment of “The Ultimate Fighter” season 14 recap. Who wins the prank war? Who wins the fight? Whose car ends up getting towed? Read on for spoilers and a recap. After the last fight, Diego Brandao started to go slightly insane at Steven Siler. There seemed to be little provocation, but on […]

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UFC 137’s B.J. Penn would like another title shot, but he’s not banking on it

Posted on January 12th, 2016 by Rich

The title picture is a fickle beast, and B.J. Penn isn’t about to get wrapped up in it. The former lightweight and welterweight champion said that after his near-miss with a second chance at 170-pound champ Georges St-Pierre’s belt, he’s taking a wait-and-see attitude about his career. “I’m trying to fight my best, and like […]

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