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Fabio Maldonado calls out Chael Sonnen and James Te Huna
Fresh from a disputed win over Joey Beltran, Fabio Maldonado starts to call out names for possible opponents. The boxer turned MMA fighter sees Chael Sonnen and James Te Huna as good oppositions for his next fight. In an interview after UFC Fight Night 29, Maldonado states that he would like to face both of the aforementioned fighters in his future octagon bouts.Read the rest of the article »
Jake Shields upsets Demian Maia in the main event of UFC FIght Night 29
UFC Fight Night 29, which took place earlier in Barueri, Brazil, featured a pair of upsets in its main cards. Below is the complete results and summary of the event:
Jake Shields def. Maia via split decision
Jake Shields narrowly edges hometown favorite Demian Maia. The two fighters showcased their exceptional grappling skills as both of them traded sweeps and dominant positions all throughout the bout. At the end of the fight, two judges favored Shields with scores of 48-47, 47-48 and 48-47Read the rest of the article »
Rodrigo Damm's kidney injury resulted in the removal of the featherweight showdown between him and Hacran Dias in UFC Fight Night 29
The upcoming featherweight matchup between Rodrigo Damm and Hacran Dias was removed from the UFC Fight Night 29 due to Damm’s injury. It was reported that Damm has suffered from kidney stone attack while cutting weight for his upcoming fight. Damm already has a history with weight cutting and kidney issues. He was pulled out from the semi finals of The Ultimate Fighter Brazil when he suffered the same injury.
UFC has decided not to seek for replacement and the event will now go on with just 10 matches. Here’s the updated lineup after the cancellation of the Damm vs. Dias bout:Read the rest of the article »
UFC 153 is scheduled to take place this October 13 at the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
UFC President Dana White confirmed last weekend that Rashad Evans has rejected the spur-of-the-moment chance to fight Glover Teixeira at UFC 153. Evans has explained through his Twitter account, why he turned down the planned match.Read the rest of the article »
Fabio Maldonado is out of his upcoming match against Aaron Rosa at UFC on Versus 6 due to injury.
Fabio Maldonado’s chance to get his UFC career back on track had slipped off his hand. UFC officials announced on Wednesday that he was scrapped out of his scheduled UFC on Versus 6 bout against Aaron Rosa due to an injury.
Fabio Maldonado – who have a career stat of 18-4 – went 1-1 thus far in the Octagon, defeating James McSweeney in his UFC debut before losing to Kyle Kingsbury in June. A brown belt in jiu-jitsu and 22-0 as a professional boxer, Fabio Maldonado trains with the Nogueira brothers in Rio de Janeiro.
Apparently, there’s still no announcement of a fighter who will replace him to face Aaron Rosa.View Article Source »
Aaron Rosa will make a cut to 205 pounds, as he faces Fabio Maldonado for UFC Live 6.
Aaron Rosa will move down to light heavyweight, as he faces Fabio Maldonado at UFC Live 6. The said event will headline a bantamweight title match between Dominick Cruz and Demetrious Johnson. Also in the lineup is a heavyweight showdown between Pat Barry and Stefan Struve.
Aaron Rosa made his Octagon debut last June at UFC 131, wherein he was knocked out by Joey Beltran. But before entering the promotion, the Texan fighter was carrying a four-fight win streak. Meanwhile, Fabio Maldonado had his 11-fight win streak snapped by Kyle Kingsbury at TUF 13 Finale.
The UFC Live 6 will go down on October 1 at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. The event will air live on VersusView Article Source »
Don't miss out TUF 13. Tickets will hit the racks this week.
If you don’t want to miss the 13th season of “The Ultimate Fighter” you should hurry up. Tickets will be on the racks this week.
TUF 13 Finale is scheduled on June 4 at The Pearl at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, featuring the season’s tournament finale. The TUF 13 Finale will greenlit a lightweight match-up between fan-favorite, Clay Guida, and the WEC’s final lightweight champ, Anthony Pettis.
Tickets will be available to the fans come Friday, March 25 while a pre-sale will be held this Wednesday. Tickets cost $150-$300.Read the rest of the article »
Maldonado and Kingsbury joins the cast of the much awaited TUF 13 Finale Fight Card. The fight will take place at Las Vegas Nevada on June 4.
Fabio Maldonado and Kyle Kingsbury joins the cast of the “The Ultimate Fighter Season 13 Finale.” Both fighters are set for a heavyweight face-off.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship announced the fight last Tuesday. This will be the second appearance of Maldonado in the Octagon, after his successful debut at UFC 120. He stopped James McSweeney via TKO.
Fabio Maldonado is under a 11-fight win streak, as he heads towards a June return to action. Facing him is the former Ultimate Fighter challenger Kyle Kingsbury, who’s aiming for his three-fight win streak of his own in June.
Kingsbury hit the press lately after his HBO Real Sports appearance as a client of former Balco leader Victor Conte. TUF 13 Finale will take place in Las Vegas this June 4.View Article Source »
Here are the Official Results of the UFC 120 London Event. Check out the gallery for our exclusive photos at the event.
The official weigh-in results for Saturday’s UFC 120 event are up. UFC 120 was headlined by middleweights Michael Bisping and Yoshihiro Akiyama. Plus there was also a fight between welterweights Dan Hardy and Carlos Condit. This event was aired at Spike TV via same day delay. The event was take place at O2 Arena in London, England 8pm ET / PT.
Yoshihiro Akiyama (185) VS Michael Bisping (185)
Carlos Condit (170) VS Dan Hardy (171)
Mike Pyle (170) VS John Hathaway (171)
Travis Browne (251) VS Cheick Kongo (228)
Claude Patrick (171) VS James Wilks (170)
Alexander Gustafsson (204) VS Cyrille Diabate (204)
Vinicius Queiroz (239) VS Rob Broughton (257)
Mark Holst (155) VS Paul Sass (155)
Curt Warburton (154) VS Spencer Fisher (155)
Fabio Maldonado (204) VS James McSweeney (205)
"It's very frustrating as the camp has been going really well, sparring and everything has been really good and I have been a lot lighter than usual as well. I am hoping that once I am recovered I can start to build that momentum again and show what I can do in the UFC" - Tom Blackledge
Tom Blackledge was forced to pull out of his encounter versus James McSweeney in the upcoming UFC 120 due to injury. And this withdrawal comes as a major disappointment to the fighter, as he was really looking forward to this event. In addition to his frustration, this is a chance for Blackledge’s family and friends to witness the event since he was supposed to make a UFC debut in his homeland — London.
On the lighter side though, happy to be in Blackledge’s boots is the heavy-handed Brazilian striker, Fabio Maldonado. Maldonado, with a record of 17-3-0, will ensure that there will be a stand-up war at UFC 120, as McSweeney is set to make a splash in the 205lbs division.View Article Source »
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