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^That's a great way to help promote the UFC!

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Just announced: Wanderlei Silva vs Chris Leben at UFC 132 - .

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Awesome. I was thinking of starting a thread like this.

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^Very nice!

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No news... but here's Gina : )
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Sometimes I watch fights on the sports channels, but the most vicious fights are in politics. The UFC is pattycake next to a South Carolina primary.
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^Do any of the politicians look as good as Gina Carano?

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Posted - Apr 23 2011 : 2:41PM
UFC 132 is looking like the most stacked card of the year. Condit vs The Korean Zombie? Crazy.
Edited by - nutty_buddy on 4/23/2011 2:45:07 PM

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Posted - Apr 24 2011 : 12:35AM
You guys hear about Nick Diaz? Looks like he wants to be a boxer. Says MMA isn't interesting to him anymore. He's training for a boxing match in October.
Nick should go to the UFC. Then Dana can set up a fight with Jason Miller. He just got resigned by UFC.
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At least in his own mind, Nick Diaz has run out of mountains to climb. After his most recent Strikeforce welterweight title defense, against Paul Daley, he has declared himself officially out of challengers.
He's sick of MMA and its meager paydays, and now he's ready to move on to greener pastures in the world of professional boxing, or so he says.
As with anything that comes out of a Diaz rant, the reasoning at work here is not necessarily rock solid. There are still interesting fights left for him in MMA, and besides, boxing might not turn out to be the land of plenty that he imagines it to be.
But just because he might be justifying the potential move with questionable rationale, that doesn't mean he can't do it. By all means, this is one little experiment that might prove to be more interesting than its motives are sound.
As Diaz explained on a recent episode of Inside MMA, the 27-year-old thinks he needs boxing because MMA is devoid of both challengers and money.
"They don't have anybody else for me to fight right now," Diaz said. "I'm better than all these guys they have. The guys they have ranked above me, I'm sure they don't want to fight me. I don't see much of a future in this sport for me. I honestly don't, especially if there's not a whole s---load of money going on."
Lest we assume it's just empty talk from a fighter who's known to have a strained relationship with reality at times, his longtime manager, Cesar Gracie, says they've already taken the necessary contractual steps to make a boxing match happen. All they need is a willing opponent, such as former champ Jeff Lacy, who said in a press release this week that he'd be more than willing to box Diaz "[f]or the right price."
But it's one thing to talk about abandoning MMA in favor of boxing, and another thing to actually do it. For a guy who's had a great deal of success as an MMA fighter, Diaz sure doesn't seem to enjoy the sport very much. It's too much suffering and pain for too little money, he says. He actually referred to his life as an MMA fighter as "a living hell" because it consisted of nothing but training and fighting.
Whether he thinks a boxing career will be any less hellish in that sense, or whether he simply thinks it will be a more lucrative hell, is still unclear. All he seems to know for sure is that he wants to give it a try, and his management doesn't see any reason why he can't.
So now the question becomes: Can Diaz seriously do this? And if so, will boxing be the golden goose he imagines it to be?
We've seen his striking skills on display in MMA bouts for years, as the jiu-jitsu black belt has opted to stand and trade punches rather than look for submissions. He's been a semi-regular sparring partner of Andre Ward's recently, and he must feel he does well enough in those sessions to justify giving it a shot.
Technically, Diaz isn't the slickest striker even in MMA. He takes too many punches, and seems entirely unconcerned with defense, but he's still one of the few MMA fighters who make effective use of body punches. That's fine against opponents who have also trained to be wary of takedowns and leg kicks, but in the highly specialized world of pro boxing, it may not be enough.
But OK, let's say for the sake of argument that Diaz isn't looking to spend the next decade as a pro boxer. Maybe he just wants one or two big paydays while he waits for Strikeforce to build a title fight for him or the UFC to slot him into a more lucrative fight with one of its champions. Why not try to make some money with the big gloves on in the meantime?
But the problem for Diaz is that while MMA and boxing might share a love of pay-per-view revenues, the crossover between the two audiences is questionable. Most boxing fans don't know enough about Diaz to be interested in seeing him fight Lacy, and most MMA fans have no idea who Lacy is. Maybe a sizable portion of each fan base will tune in just to root for its guy, but probably not if they're going to be asked to fork over $50 for the privilege.
In other words, if Diaz thinks that becoming a boxer will result in instant Manny Pacquiao-sized paydays, he'd better think again. History has shown us that it's more lucrative to go between pro wrestling and MMA than to shuffle between boxing and the cage.
Can boxing promoters beat the low six-figure salary that Strikeforce is paying him? Probably. Will Diaz be more successful in the sweet science than he's been in MMA? In the long run, probably not.
But just like the boxers who thought there'd be nothing to stepping in the cage and knocking out MMA fighters, why not let Diaz try it out for himself? Surely it will be promoted as an MMA vs. boxing showdown, even though it won't be that any more than Randy Couture vs. James Toney was, but who cares?
The worst that happens is that Diaz finds out the hard way that the big boxing paydays are reserved for the big boxing superstars, and that life can be just as hard when your training is limited to throwing and dodging punches exclusively.
Whenever he's done, and for whatever reasons, MMA will still be here for him to come back to. And as much as he might claim to hate the sport, chances are it will still love him even then.
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Mayhem is already lined up to fight Aaron Simpson at UFC 132. This will be the best card of the year.
Nick is a decent striker, but he isn't a pro. After all, he defends with his face. These days he's sounding like Mr. "Me Too". He thinks sparring with pros means he's a pro. But I have no doubt he won't last very long. Somebody better tell him you can't pull guard in a boxing match.

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Posted - Apr 24 2011 : 3:47AM
I like Diaz as a fighter, but I think he will get a rude awakening in pro boxing. That said, he's a game fighter so if he wants to try it out, good luck to him. I know he doesn't think he's getting paid enough in MMA, but I think if he made a little more effort with the media and didn't get into fights in the hospital he might be more marketable. It's a shame, because he's an exciting fighter to watch.
BTW, it's old, but did you see when Mayhem Miller "interviewed" him?

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Brock Lesnar is on the sidelines again with another bout with diverticulitis, out of UFC 131, Junior dos Santos will fight Shane Carwin instead.

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Yeah, saw that.

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It's surprising that Lesnar would get the same thing again. I wonder what it is about him/his body that still keeps producing this problem.

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^^^ From Wikipedia:
"The claim that a lack of dietary fiber, particularly non-soluble fiber (also known in older parlance as "roughage") predisposes individuals to diverticular disease is supported within the medical literature."
Lesnar strikes me as someone who eats mainly raw meat, and thinks fibre is ghey...

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^Thanks for the info, OneLouder! Imagine if he only ate more fibre, he would be healthier. Something that easy and he doesn't do it.
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I heard that it's gonna be GSP vs. Nick Diaz at UFC 137 on October 29 for the Welterweight title.

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On "Jimmy Kimmel Live" recently, I saw part of this clip of .
Edited by - matchmaker on 6/2/2011 2:21:09 AM

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Diaz vs GSP is confirmed.
Miller is going to be fighting Bisping after they both coach the next Ultimate Fighter season.
Lesnar completely changed his diet after the last bout and wasn't sure why it came back again. He's just had surgery to hopefully fix the issue. Apparently he's been told he could fight again early next year.

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I haven't watched UFC since Jones won the title but I'll definitely have to watch 133 for the Evans vs Tito fight.

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BTW, I looked up the previous events and was surprised to see DH Kim losing a bout. I was hoping he gets a shot at GSP's title but now I guess he'll have to start winning again. I hope he gets a rematch with Condit though, that Muay Thai knee came out of nowhere.
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Tito had Evans in the guillotine but somehow Rashad escaped. That was Tito's only offense. Evans dominated the fight.
Evans took Tito out with a knee to the chest and added on some punches for the ref stoppage TKO.

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^Thanks for the info on what happened!

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Jon "Bones" Jones and Rampage Jackson are on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" right now on the Eastern Time Zone.
Edited by - matchmaker on 9/20/2011 12:52:42 AM

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Looking forward to this, impossible not to look forward to a Bones fight. Hughes/Koscheck could be a good fight, like Koscheck playing heel.
Undercard could be decent but you do really never know.

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Thanks for the JKL interview links, matchmaker.
Can't wait for tonight's event. Ya'll know who I'm rooting for, but hopefully it's a great show overall.

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Main event is underway now. Rampage is making his entrance.

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Posted - Sep 24 2011 : 11:33PM
Jones with the rear naked choke submission win.
I'm not sure if Jones was being too cautious or not but he didn't show all of his arsenal. Rampage was in defense mode half of the time, seemed like he was afraid to attack.
To Rampage's credit, he fought Bones the best could and stood toe to toe. He didn't look like a punching bag the way Shogun did when he faced Jones.
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You're welcome. Cool to hear that Jones won!

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Jon Jones kneels in the center of the cage after knocking out Rampage Jackson during the fourth round of their UFC light heavyweight title bout Saturday in Denver. Courtesy of Jack Dempsey/AP
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^Thanks for the pic!

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[link inactive:404 - Page not found]ESPN's Jones vs Rampage highlights
A week ago ESPN's Sports Science did a piece on Jones.

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I heard that Jon "Bones" Jones is going against Lyoto Machida at UFC 140 in Toronto on December 10.

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Yes, seen that too.
[link inactive:404 - Page not found]Rashad comments on Jones vs Machida

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Never mind, misread the card
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I heard that Chael Sonnen challenged Anderson Silva for a Middleweight title match for early next year. Sonnen said that if Silva loses, Silva will have to leave the Middleweight division and if Sonnen loses, he'll leave the UFC for good.

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^^^^ like a bitch chael took back that offer

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^Yep, claimed it only had a limited time on it and as Anderson didn't accept it was done.
GSP is out of the PPV with an injury but probably won't need surgery so Penn/Diaz is now the main event. Assuming Diaz shows up of course.

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yeah condit has a similar situation to rashad. but gsp wont be out that long.

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anyone watch bellator?

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I didn't know that. Thanks for the info!

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Thanks for the explanation about the limited time offer!
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