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Andre Winner will attempt to bounce back in the winner's column, as he is set to meet Jason Ball at BAMMA 7.
Andre Winner spent two years under the UFC banner, including his TUF 9 stint. But after acquiring a three-fight loss streak, he was brought to the sidelines. This September 10, Andre Winner will attempt to bounce back against Jason Ball at BAMMA 7. The said tournament will take place at NIA Arena in Birmingham, England.
Check out Lee Whitehead’s exclusive interview with Andre Winner after the leap, courtesy of MMAWeekly.Read the rest of the article »
After obtaining his third consecutive loss inside the Octagon, Andre Winner has been released by the UFC.
There is nothing permanent in this world, especially in the UFC. Even the greatest and renowned MMA fighter must leave the ring and say goodbye to his fans and beloved career. UFC usually ends the contract of such fighters based on their performance and results during match-ups. And one of the recent MMA giants who has been ruled to exit the promotion is the former Ultimate Fighter 9 finalist, Andre Winner. Winner obtained a loss against Anthony Njokuani during the UFC 132.
Perhaps this would be Andre Winner’s third consecutive loss. His first unanimous decision loss was with Nik Lentz at UFC 118 last summer, and then followed by a submission defeat from the powerful hands of Dennis Siver at UFC 122 in November.
The British Rough House fighter arises on the scene with a record of 9-2-1. He has been one of the chief fighters being promoted by the Cage Warriors, but now turned down by the FX3 and Cage Rage shows. Andre Winner’s unique fighting styles and MMA skills have brought him on the ‘Ultimate Fighter’ season 9, wherein he successfully got a slot on the finals before departing with his teammate — Ross Pearson.View Article Source »
Before you place your bets for UFC 132, check out Fighting Insider's preview for the tournament's preliminary card.
Last June, MMA fans were spoiled with three UFC events. However, the promotion will pull the first truly stacked card of the summer with UFC 132: Cruz vs Faber.
Bantamweight champ, Dominick Cruz, will defend his UFC title belt for the first time against the only man who was able to beat him — Urijah Faber. The match-up is worth the pay-per-view, while the whole fight card is full of superstars and especially compelling match-ups.
That said, check out Fighting Insider’s UFC 132 preliminary card preview after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Following UFC's tradition of airing prelim matches on Facebook, four of UFC 132's undercard bouts will be broadcast the promotion official Facebook Page.
UFC, once again, gives their fans free fights to watch on their official Facebook page. Four fights from the UFC 132 card is now scheduled to air on Facebook on Saturday night. Starting 6pm ET/ 3pm PT on Saturday, preliminary matches will be aired on Facebook, which is the only place where fans could watch the prelim of UFC’s event. While the rest of the show including the main event will be on pay-per-view.
The four fights that will air on Facebook includes matches between Brian Bowles vs Takeya Mizugaki, Aaron Simpson vs. Brad Tavares, Anthony Njokuani vs. Andre Winner and Jeff Hougland vs. Donny Walker.
UFC 132 is the latest event that will be air on Facebook, following the UFC’s tradition of broadcasting every fight on a card between multiple multimedia outlet. After the prelim ends, the broadcast will shift on Spike TV where fans could watch the main card.View Article Source »
Check out who gets the prestigious titles and huge bonuses in the recently concluded UFC 122.
UFC 122 fighter who claimed victory also scored huge post-fight bonuses amounting to almost $60,000 each. This money was gathered from pay-per-view type bonus checks.
Dennis Siver earned his bonus check via his “Submission of the Night” performance. He dominated Andre Winner by means of a rear naked choke.
Early on, Karlos Vemola got his “Knockout of the Night” bonus after defeating former “Kimbo Killer” Seth Petruzelli.
“Fight of the Night” honors and other cash bonuses were also awarded to Pascal Krauss and Mark Scanlon.View Article Source »
One fighter is competing for his country to accept the sports with arms wide open. While another fighter is keen to get a feather in cap. Will Siver severe Winner's record, or will Winner triumph against all ill-memory?
Though no bout agreement has been set, verbal accord are in place and lightweight Dennis Siver and Andre Winner are expected to meet at UFC 122. The event will take place on November 13 at Konig Pilsener Arena in Oberhausen, Germany, and will air on Spike TV via same-day delay. The Siver-Winner bout is anticipated to air on the televised portion of the event.
Siver, a resident of Mannheim, Germany, will fight on his home turf after gracing the promotion’s first trip to the country on UFC 99. He will come from an impressive victory over Spencer Fisher at The Ultimate Fighter 11. Winner, on the other hand, is intent on erasing the memory of a lopsided decision loss against Nik Lentz at UFC 118.
Can Siver achieve another conquest in his motherland? Or will Winner be what his name is shouting about this time?View Article Source »
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