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Following impressive win at UFC 166: Adlan Amagov eyes Shields or Kampmann for his next bout

Written on October 23, 2013 by Hector

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Adlan Amagov is looking to climb the welterweight ranks. Says he wants Shields or Kampmann for his next fight

Adlan Amagov wants to test himself against tougher oppositions after disposing T.J. Waldburger in the first round of their fight in UFC 166. The Russian prospect, which scored the most brutal knockout in the event, has set his sights on top rated welterweights Jake Shields and Martin Kampmann for his next UFC appearance.

“It all depends what UFC has planned for me, but I would like to fight in New Jersey on Feb. 1,” states Amagov through his interpreter. “I have a lot of fans in the area who would love to come support me. I’ll face whoever UFC wants to put in front of me, but I’d like to fight Martin Kampmann or Jake Shields.”

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UFC 166 results: Velasquez stops Cigano in 5 rounds

Written on October 20, 2013 by Hector

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The Baddest man on the Planet: Cain Velasquez defeated Junior dos Santos in their rubber match at UFC 166

Houston, Texas – The much anticipated trilogy between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos turned out pretty similar to their rematch, albeit with more definitive results. The 32 year old champ played the perfect game; he dominated dos Santos in all the aspects of the fight, even in the striking department, where Cigano supposedly had an advantage. Just like their last fight, Velasquez negated the heavy hands of dos Santos by backing him up into the cage. The rest of the fight played out the same scenario; Velasquez controlling dos Santos in the clinch while chipping at him with dirty boxing. Cigano eventually succumbed due to the accumulation of punishment in the 5th round, he fell face first in to the canvass after a failed front choke attempt. Seeing Cigano’s vulnerable state, Referee Herb Dean decided to put a halt to the contest with 3:09 remaining in the final round.

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Brian McLaughlin vs Ron Stallings, Listed for Strikeforce Challengers 17

Written on July 02, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Brian McLaughlin replaces Adlan Amagov to meet Ron Stallings on July 22's Strikeforce Challengers 17.

Included on July’s Strikeforce Challengers 17 event is the match between Brian McLaughlin (6-1 MMA, 0-0 SF) and Ron Stallings (9-3 MMA, 0-0 SF).

Adlan Amagov (7-1-1 MMA, 0-0 SF) is supposed to be the one to meet Ron Stallings on the said event, but was forced to leave the game due to unknown reasons. Replacing him is Brian McLaughlin, whose bout against Brandon Garner during the “The Ultimate Fighter 8″ was declared a no-contest, after Brandon Garner lands an illegal knee to his head. UFC President, Dana White, then ruled Brian McLaughlin to move on to the house. However, he suffered from a fractured nose which hindered him to fight in any UFC event.

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