Archive for July, 2016

UFC on Fox’s Velasquez vs. Dos Santos bout “99 percent likely” to be refereed by “Big” John McCarthy

Posted on July 31st, 2016 by Rich

Though UFC President Dana White was surely hoping that veteran referee Herb Dean would get the assignment for next weekend’s UFC on Fox main event between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos for the UFC Heavyweight Title, it appears he will not get his wish. According to a report from, the California State Athletic […]

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Will the true MW contenders please stand up?

Posted on July 30th, 2016 by Rich

After watching UFC 138’s main event one must wonder if there are any worthy challengers to Anderson Silva’s belt. Munoz is clearly not ready. Although he did take Leben down at will, he found… Source: Karen Darabedyan Viacheslav Datsik Marcus Davis  Tony DeSouza  Edwin Dewees 

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WARNING: UFC 138 Spoilers today beginning at 1:40PM ET

Posted on July 29th, 2016 by Rich

UFC 138 does not air in the U.S. until 8PM ET this evening on Spike TV. However, the event will air live in most parts of the world, and MMATorch will be posting results throughout the afternoon as the event kicks off at 1:40PM ET with the Facebook preliminary card. MMATorch UK Specialist Chris Park […]

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UFC 138 Live Blog: Terry Etim vs. Edward Faaloloto Updates

Posted on July 28th, 2016 by Rich

Filed under: UFC This is the UFC 138 live blog for Terry Etim vs. Edward Faaloloto, a lightweight bout on the main card of the UFC 138 fight card in Birmingham, England. Etim (14-3) has won four of his past five UFC fights, but is a coming off a loss to Rafael dos Anjos at […]

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Clay Guida rep: Untelevised slot was FOX’s choice, not UFC’s

Posted on July 27th, 2016 by Rich

A fight that could very well determine the next contender to the UFC lightweight crown is “dark.” But at least one half of that untelevised fight is not discouraged, according to his rep. Lightweight Clay Guida is using an apparent change in plans to motivate a better performance against Ben Henderson at UFC on FOX […]

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**SPOILERS** UFC 138 – Thank You UFC !

Posted on July 26th, 2016 by Rich

This has been a great night for Britain and our fighters! Che Mills, John Maguire, Terry Etim and hopefully Brad Pickett (yet to fight!) have… Source: Rodrigo Gracie Roger Gracie Rolles Gracie Royce Gracie Royler Gracie

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UFC 137?s Three Stars: Diaz, Nelson and Cerrone

Posted on July 25th, 2016 by Rich

UFC 137 was bizarre weeks before the card even started, with no-shows at press conferences, rearranging bouts, and a weighin that featured one fighter who didn’t make weight and another one who learned the value of a good headbutt. But who stood out once the actual fights began? No. 1 star — Nick Diaz: Heading […]

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JZ Cavalcante Post Fight vs Wilcox Wants to Return to Action Soon – JZ Cavalcante

Posted on July 24th, 2016 by Rich

JZ Cavalcante Post Fight vs Wilcox Wants to Return to Action Soon Video by JZ Cavalcante Source: Efrain Escudero Rashad Evans Urijah Faber Wagnney Fabiano Kevin Kimbo Slice Ferguson

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MMA Link Parade

Posted on July 23rd, 2016 by Rich

– Watch Tim Sylvia get promoted and smacked on the butt. [Middle Easy] – Viewer’s Guide to UFC 138. [Sports Illustrated] – “Where Are They Now?”: Famous Victims Edition. [Cage Potato] – UFC 138 Weigh-In Results. [Five Ounces of Pain] – Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson: Karate Lives! [Low Kick] – M-1 Global ‘Fedor vs. Monson’ Will […]

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White?s behind-the-scenes video blog that you can?t miss

Posted on July 22nd, 2016 by Rich

UFC president Dana White has used his fight week video blogs to give fans a behind-the-scenes look at UFC events, ranging from seeing the many celebrities who attend fights to the random stops White will make in promoting the UFC. This one is a little different and worth your time because it will give you […]

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