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Posted - Mar 4 2018 : 5:41AM
^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Mar 24 2018 : 5:57AM
Interesting article in the NYP on the UFC.
I think there are too many UFC nights, and they way over hype new stars like Nganou and Garbrandt.


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Posted - Apr 1 2018 : 8:14PM
"Tony Ferguson is out of his lightweight title fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 223 in Brooklyn on Sunday because of injury.
It’s the fourth time a fight between the pair has fallen apart.
UFC president Dana White told ESPN that Ferguson tore a ligament in his knee and needs surgery"
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Posted - Apr 6 2018 : 9:06PM
I thought it was all a stunt. No; it was real.
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UFC 223 – New York
With the much anticipated – and fourth time scheduled - Khabib-Ferguson bout, Tony Ferguson had pull out in the final week due to injury; cancelling this bout yet again. Ferguson was replaced by Max Holloway. Then, there was the Connor McGregor circus. Then, Holloway was ruled out by the athletic board due to weight cutting
concerns. To salvage the headline bout, the UFC tried to replace Holloway with fighters from the undercard. The first option couldn’t make the weight; the second option, the athletic board wouldn’t allow due to the ranking differences between he and Khabib.
In a final fifth option, the UFC were able to get Al Iaquinta from the undercard. Surprisingly,he went the full five rounds
Complete results
KHABIB Nurmagomedov defeated Al Iaquinta
by unanimous decision (50-43 x 2, 50-44)
Rose Namajunas defeated Joanna Jedrzejczyk
by unanimous decision  (49-46 x3)
Renato Moicano defeated Calvin Kattar
via unanimous decision (30-27 x 2, 29-28)
Zabit Magomedsharipov defeated Kyle Bochniak
via unanimous decision (30-27 x 2, 29-28)
Chris Gruetzemacher defeated Joe Lauzo
via TKO (corner stoppage) — R2, 5:00
Karolina Kowalkiewicz defeated Felice Herrig
via split decision (29-28 x 2, 28-29)
Olivier Aubin-Mercier defeated Evan Dunham
via TKO (strikes, R1 0:53)
Ashlee Evans-Smith defeated Bec Rawlings
via unanimous decision (30-27 x 3)
(“even though [Rawlings] didn’t agree with the judges’ decision. When
the scores were revealed she turned away and said: ‘Oh f*** off.’ ”)
Devin Clark defeated Mike Rodriguez
via unanimous decision (30-27 x 2, 29-28)
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Posted - Apr 9 2018 : 4:59AM
Of course

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Posted - Apr 15 2018 : 5:31AM
Megan Anderson's UFC debut is all set.

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Current UFC Pound-For-Pound Rankings:
1 Demetrious Johnson
2 Georges St-Pierre
3 Stipe Miocic
4 Conor McGregor
5 Daniel Cormier
6 Max Holloway
7 TJ Dillashaw
8 Tyron Woodley
8 Khabib Nurmagomedov
10 Cris Cyborg
11 Tony Ferguson
12 Amanda Nunes
13 Robert Whittaker
14 Cody Garbrandt
15 Rose Namajunas
Thoughts?

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Posted - Apr 23 2018 : 5:13AM
^Thanks for the list!

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Posted - May 14 2018 : 3:40AM

UFC 224
I don’t follow the UFC that closely, but I think this event showed the competition as a bit ...
Someone who has a 116lb weight limit turns up at the weigh in more 7lbs over the limit, and basically nothing happens to them.
Someone who’s had an eighteen month injury-laden layoff  gets a world title bout against an absolute killer
Amanda Nunes (c) defeated Raquel Pennington via TKO (punches) — R5,
 
Kelvin Gastelum defeated Jacare Souza via split decision (29-28 x2, 28-29)
Mackenzie Dern defeated Amanda Cooper via submission (rear naked choke) — R1, 2:27
John Lineker defeated Brian Kelleher via KO (punch) — R3, 3:43
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Posted - Jun 10 2018 : 3:22AM
Anyone see the UFC today?
I was at a sports bar that was showing both the UFC and the Terrence Crawford boxing bout.
I got to see the final two bouts. Whitaker-Romero was the most amazing MMA bout I've ever seen. Whitaker broke his right hand in the first round, so did the remainder of the bout with no takedown attempts and no right hand punches. It was all stand up, with just strike after strike from both fighters. Could've gone either way.
Curtis Blades was impressive, should get a title boit soon.
I didn't get to see it, but good to see Holly Holm back in the winners circle.
(Note: Romero didn't make the weight, again. So it wasn't a title bout.)
UFC 225
Curtis Blaydes defeated Alistair Overeem via TKO (elbows), R3 2:56
Mike Jackson defeated CM Punk via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-26)
Tai Tuivasa defeated Andrei Arlovski via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Holly Holm defeated Megan Anderson via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-26, 30-26)
Colby Covington defeated Rafael dos Anjos via unanimous decision (48-47, 49-46, 49-46)
Robert Whittaker defeated Yoel Romero via split decision (48-47, 47-48, 47-48)
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Posted - Jun 10 2018 : 6:22AM
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Posted - Jun 10 2018 : 6:42AM
^^Thanks for the results! Yeah, it's nice to see Holly Holm win! It's also good to hear that CM Punk was able to last the whole match (an improvement)!

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^I'm glad Holly Holm won as well! It seems like she had a string of bad luck in previous matches.
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Posted - Jun 10 2018 : 7:38AM
^ I think this is Holly Holm's first genuine victory in a while. The last couple were probably lucky strikes or against not genuine MMA fighters.
I think this has thrown the UFC plans. I think the intention was for Megan Anderson to win, so they can set her up with Cyborg.
I actually did get to see bits of the bout in the boxing round breaks, and it was strange to see Holm attempt so many take downs.

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Posted - Jun 10 2018 : 7:45AM
^After seeing this, it looks like Cyborg would absolutely wreck Megan Anderson.
Holly played it smart - great strategy and display of ground work. Something we haven't seen her utilize in her previous bouts.

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Posted - Jun 10 2018 : 7:55AM
^ Anderson was actually scheduled against Cyborg last year, but withdrew (for 'personal reasons').
So you saw the whole bout? It looks like Holm has improved her ground game. That's great. After the last few losses, I think her abilities as an MMA fighter were seriously questioned.
[Matchmaker: "It's also good to hear that CM Punk was able to last the whole match (an improvement)"
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Posted - Jun 10 2018 : 7:58AM
Thanks for the CM Punk tweet! What does he mean by "1-1"? What was his win?
Edited to say: Oh, just saw the link that Simple Simon posted saying that CM Punk won a court case.
Edited by - matchmaker on 6/10/2018 8:00:48 AM

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Posted - Jun 10 2018 : 8:01AM
Thanks for the link!
Edited by - matchmaker on 6/10/2018 8:01:30 AM

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Posted - Jun 11 2018 : 8:37AM

"Punk vs. Mike Jackson was the worst abomination of a fight on a major MMA show since Kimbo Slice vs. Dada 5000. Punk looked so fundamentally unsound that you had to question exactly how much time he actually spent training with a trainer as top-notch as Duke Roufus. Can you really work with someone of his caliber for three-and-a-half years and not pick up anything? Jackson, too, looked bad in hot dogging so obviously that Joe Rogan was half-seriously speculating if he was asked to carry Punk."
"[Dana White:]Jackson, I’m not happy with. This guy was acting like a goofball tonight. You get this opportunity to fight CM Punk and you’re doing like bolo punches to the body on top? Never looked like he was trying to finish the fight ever"
"[Holly Holm] showed off a ground game which has improved by leaps and bounds. And she comes out of her 30-26-level win as a sellable PPV headliner in a title fight against either Amanda Nunes or Cris Cyborg."

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Posted - Jul 5 2018 : 5:33AM
MMA fans, all set for the Miocic-Cormier bout in this weekend’s UFC 226?
All you heavyweight fans, Francis Ngannou is also on the card.

 (Much to my disapointment, the Cyborg-Nunes bout was called off months ago.)

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Posted - Jul 8 2018 : 12:55AM
I was Team Stipe all the way but Cormier showed his awesome superiority this evening. All hail the Champion of Champions:
DANIEL "DC" CORMIER

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UFC 226
"... opening round, Cormier landed a stiff right hook to the jaw of the seemingly unstoppable Miocic to shock the world and claim victory. It was Cormier's first knockout win since ... 2014."
fight card/results
Daniel Cormier (c) def. Stipe Miocic via first-round TKO (punches)
Derrick Lewis def. Francis Ngannou via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
Mike Perry def. Paul Felder via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
Anthony Pettis def. Michael Chiesa via second-round submission (Armbar)
Khalil Rountree def. Gokhan Saki via first-round TKO (punches)
Paulo Costa def. Uriah Hall via second-round TKO (punches)"
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Posted - Jul 8 2018 : 12:05PM
^Thanks for the results! I heard that Brock Lesnar showed up there.

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Posted - Jul 9 2018 : 6:06AM
^ I wasn’t feeling well yesterday, so unfortunately wasn’t able to go and see it. But I was following it online.
“[Cormier] then turned his attention to a moment that appeared as scripted as WWE action is.
“I’m talking to a guy I’ve watched for a long time … he’s a wrestler, he’s an American. I never thought I’d fight him, but Brock Lesnar, get your ass in here,” Cormier ordered”
“Lesnar, …, in classic WWE style, shoved the new champion to fuel the showdown.
“Push me now, you’re going to sleep later,” Cormier roared …. “Your days are in the past, the stone age.” “Miocic’s a piece of ... . D.C., I’m coming for you!” Lesnar barked, tossing the microphone."
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Posted - Jul 9 2018 : 9:32AM

"Having stoked the ego and positioned Ngannou as his monster ready to rip apart the heavyweight division, White is now walking away from the mess that he helped create."
"White went as far as declaring the Cameroon fighter’s “ego ran away with him” after his meteoric rise. Now comes his free-fall plunge — and both were orchestrated by White"

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Posted - Jul 9 2018 : 9:35AM
^^Sorry to hear that you weren't feeling well yesterday.
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Posted - Jul 9 2018 : 10:14AM
^ Thanks.
Wow! Yep. That was straight out of the professional wrestling playbook. (When I was following it online, after this, some were claiming the whole bout was set up.)

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Posted - Jul 9 2018 : 10:26AM
^You're welcome.
I was also looking at comments on Twitter and it seems some people think the confrontation was set up. Who do you think would win a Cormier vs. Lesnar fight?

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Posted - Jul 12 2018 : 5:10AM
^ Yeah, I think that confrontation was set-up. It was probably going to happen whoever won. The real question is: could the actual bout result itself have been …
Regarding who I think would win in Cormier-Lesnar, I actualy think Brock Lesnar coming back to the UFC for a world title bout is a complete joke.
 A world title bout has to be the epitome of the competition. It should take years of planning and preliminary bouts to be given that opportunity. Not some competitor that’s been out of regular bouts for years, getting  into the cage after a title bout and calling the fighters pieces of shit.
 I’ve only recently started following UFC, and something that has really surprised me is the number of opponents that pull out of title bouts (due to injury). I used to follow professional boxing, and this never happened. If you were competing to win a world title, it didn’t matter if you broke your hand, your nose, caught a deadly virus … you never pulled out. As if you did, you may never receive another such opportunity. Similarly, if you lost a bout, this would set you back years.
Though I think these things were actually unfair in those boxing years, the UFC has taken it way too far the other way. In the UFC today, if you’re a moderately big name, losing a bout doesn’t seem to matter.
Eg. One well known non-titleholder fighter had lost their last two bouts, pretty comprehensively, and their next bout was a world title fight.  
Here’s an interesting article discussing a Lesnar return and how the UFC’s obsession with names and title bouts is actually devaluing the competition.
 
“in an attempt for a short-term fix, the UFC opted to cash in at the expense of long-range plans. For example, when the former UFC Welterweight champion, Georges St. Pierre returned to the cage after a four-year hiatus, he was immediately given a shot at the Middleweight title last November. GSP, who already obtained legendary status for his prior accomplishments, won the belt … and promptly vacated it, making the entire bout pointless. After an interim title debacle, Robert Whitaker was named the undisputed MW champion without fighting either of the previous champions. Essentially, this disrupts the continuity of the division and the credibility of the championship.”
 

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^
"In the afterglow of Cormier’s victory, Brock Lesnar was called into the cage for some pro wrestling theatrics. Cormier taunted him, Lesnar screamed back, the word f**k was used as a noun, verb and adjective and the stage was set for Lesnar to waltz back in and fight for the title, six years since his last legitimate victory. And Junior dos Santos looked on, puzzled.
While the belt, and Cormier, are tied up with a fight that doesn’t make any sense but is sure to make plenty of dollars, dos Santos will take on Blagoy Ivanov on Sunday (AEST) in Idaho.
[...]
With a farce about to consume his division and the young guns on his heels, dos Santos believes he can only do what he’s always done and, perhaps, he can then get what he’s always got.
“When Junior dos Santos is fighting people know it’s going to be a good fight, a tough fight."

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"Sources familiar with the deal tell us, prosecutors have agreed to reduce the felony to a misdemeanor. That's hugely significant because a felony involving violence could trigger permanent deportation from the U.S."
A felony conviction could have barred McGregor from ever entering the US. Hands up who ever thought that was a possibility?

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Posted - Jul 22 2018 : 6:43AM
^Thanks for the update!

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Posted - Jul 27 2018 : 6:35AM
^^
" McGregor pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of disorderly conduct in a fleeting court appearance, and was handed a punishment of five days’ community service and an anger management program. All felony counts were dropped."

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Posted - Jul 29 2018 : 4:05AM
"DUSTIN Poirier has decimated the face of former champion Eddie Alvarez on his way to a staggering TKO victory in the UFC Calgary Fight Night main event.
Poirier left Alvarez’s face a bloody mess before the referee eventually called a stop to the contest in the final minute of the second round.
The win leaves Poirier banging on the door of a fight with one of the UFC’s superstar lightweight trio Conor McGregor, Tony Ferguson or champion Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Main card.
Eddie Alvarez def Dustin Poirier (lightweight) via TKO (punches) (round two)
Jose Aldo def Jeremy Stephens (featherweight) via TKO (punches) (round one)
Joanna Jedrzejczyk def Tecia Torres (strawweight) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Alexander Hernandez def Olivier Aubin-Mercier (lightweight) via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28-29-28)"
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Posted - Jul 29 2018 : 5:56AM
^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Jul 29 2018 : 7:21AM
Apparently not. In reality, the heavyweight division is so scant, the UFC will take whoever they can get.
But as an aside, it's actually a positive to see losing bouts actually means you are dropped from UFC cards.
"White has ... [said] ... he is considering an extension for Hunt, 44, should the heavyweight win his next fight — a UFC Moscow headliner on September 15 against homegrown favourite and No.11 heavyweight contender Aleksei Oleinik."
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Posted - Aug 5 2018 : 8:57AM
UFC 227
TJ Dillashaw (17-3) defeated Cody Garbrandt (11-2) via TKO (punches) — R1, 4:10
Renato Moicano (13-1-1) defeated Cub Swanson (25-9) via submission (rear-naked choke) — R1, 4:15
Henry Cejudo (13-2) defeated Demetrious Johnson (27-3-1) via split decision (48-47 x 2, 47-48)
JJ Aldrich (7-2) defeated Polyana Viana (10-2) via unanimous decision (29-28 x 2, 29-27)
Thiago Santos (18-5) defeated Kevin Holland (13-4) via unanimous decision (29-27 x 2, 29-26)
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Posted - Aug 5 2018 : 9:24AM

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Posted - Aug 5 2018 : 9:27AM
^^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Aug 10 2018 : 6:06AM
^^ The main event for UFC 229 with Conor B and Khabib has been released. On the card is an MMA fighter who's fighting name is ADT-related.
Michelle Waterson:

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^Thanks for the link!

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Posted - Aug 11 2018 : 1:26AM
^^
"
Sergio Pettis vs. Jussier Formiga
Michelle Waterson vs. Felice Herrig
Ovince Saint Preux vs. Dominick Reyes
Lina Lansberg vs. Yana Kunitskaya
Ryan LaFlare vs Tony Martin"
"It was also previously reported that a heavyweight bout between Derrick Lewis and Alexander Volkov is likely to be added to UFC 229 as well."

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Posted - Sep 9 2018 : 12:42AM
UFC 228
"Main Card
Tyron Woodley def. Darren Till by submission (D’arce) 4:19 of round 2: Welterweight Title
Jessica Andrade defeated Karolina Kowalkiewicz via KO (right hook) 1:58 of round 1
Zabit Magomedsharipov defeated Brandon Davis via submission (kneebar), round 2
Jimmie Rivera defeated John Dodson via unanimous decision (30-27 x 2, 29-28)
Abdul Razak Alhassan defeated Niko Price via KO (punches) 0:43 of round 1"
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Posted - Sep 9 2018 : 7:01AM
^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Sep 15 2018 : 6:09PM
Surely it's all over for Mark Hunt now. If he goes to the ground, that's basically the end. I assume he also doesn't have the punching power he used to.
" just when it seemed like the fight was Hunt’s, Oleinik landed a pair of punches that staggered Hunt. Oleinik went after a takedown with 1:20 left in the round and got it. He took Hunt’s back, then went after a rear-naked choke. He struggled to get under Hunt’s neck, but finally did. And Hunt had no choice but to tap."
UFC Fight Night 136. Moscow
"Aleksei Oleinik def. Mark Hunt via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 4:26
Jan Blachowicz def. Nikita Krylov via submission (D’Arce choke) – Round 2, 2:41
Shamil Abdurakhimov vs. Andrei Arlovski via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)
Alexey Kunchenko def. Thiago Alves via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)"
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Posted - Sep 16 2018 : 7:08AM
^Thanks for the results!

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Posted - Oct 1 2018 : 5:05AM
More interest to ADT'ers.
From 'The Karate Hottie's UFC profile:
 
What was your job before you started fighting? 
I was a waitress at Hooters
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Posted - Oct 5 2018 : 5:24AM
MMA fans, all set for the Conor McGregor - Khabib Nurmagomedov bout (UFC 229) this weekend? My tip: McGregor by knockout.
As an aside, I think it's an absolute joke that someone that voluntarily hasn't fought in two years can be given a world title bout. It makes a complete mockery of someone achieving a world title bout.

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