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After having four consecutive losses inside the Octagon, the former "Ultimate Fighter" - Joe Stevenson - was released from UFC.
Joe Stevenson, the former ‘Ultimate Fighter’ season 2 champion, was released from his contract with UFC after his fourth loss in a row. This news was confirmed by some reliable sources on Thursday.
After his triumph as a welterweight at the second season of the said reality show, Joe Stevenson dropped down to lightweight and made his way to the championship in 2008. However, he was stopped by B.J. Penn via submission in his title shot. Following the his loss to Penn, he went 3-2 in his next five bouts facing some difficult competition in the 155lb division.
Unfortunately, Joe Stevenson’s situation got worse, as he loss four times in a row inside the Octagon — including his last fight against Javier Vazquez after moving to the featherweight division. Joe Stevenson will be leaving the UFC with an 8-8 career stat in the promotion, and competing in three different weight divisions.View Article Source »
Joe "Daddy" Stevenson might lose his MMA career, after gaining his fourth defeat from Javier Vasquez at UFC on Versus 4.
After losing his match on Sunday’s UFC on Versus 4 against Javier Vazquez, Joe “Daddy” Stevenson is on the verge of losing his mixed martial arts career. The Ultimate Fighter season two winner gained his four-fight loss streak from Javier Vasquez via unanimous decision.
His losing streak started on his February 2010 against George Sotiropoulos. Joe Stevenson’s line of defeats continued with Mac Danzig and Danny Castillo.
However, UFC still hadn’t releases Joe Stevenson after having a four straight loses. But one thing is for sure, Joe Steveson must train harder and win his next match. Otherwise, his next match will not be under the UFC banner.View Article Source »
UFC will be giving fight fans several bouts that can be watch for free, this includes UFC on Versus 4 that will be broadcasting its preliminary matches on the UFC's official Facebook page video streaming.
The UFC continues to give their avid fans free video streaming of their upcoming fights. The latest would be UFC on Versus 4, where all the preliminary fights will be aired on Facebook this Sunday night from Pittsburgh. KO Reps confirmed the news last Monday, as they have six fighters on the UFC on Versus 4 card — including four on the preliminary broadcast.
The matches that will be aired for free on Facebook will include Manny Gamburyan vs Tyson Griffin, Javier Vazquez vs Joe Stevenson, Curt Warburton vs Joe Lauzon, Rich Attonito vs Daniel Roberts, T.J. Grant vs Charlie Brenneman, Charles Oliveira vs Nik Lentz, Matt Grice vs Ricardo Lamas and Edward Faaloloto vs Michael Johnson.
To watch the live streaming of the fights, just go to the official Facebook page of UFC and click the ‘like’ button. After liking the page, it will enable you to click on the live video feed. The prelim will start at 4:55pm ET on Sunday, June 26, from Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center.View Article Source »
As the UFC on Versus 4 comes near, Javier Vazquez already started his match against Joe Stevenson at a UFC messageboard.
Known as one of the “good guys” in MMA, Joe “Daddy” Stevenson is a polite and upbeat athlete that is devoted to his four sons. But his fighting attitude might change on the upcoming UFC on Versus 4, as he faces Javier Vasquez.
On a MMA messageboard, Javier Vazquez’s relative started a contest that aims to find the most humorous edited photo of Joe Stevenson. Some of the photos are far more offensive to the side of Daddy, and worries that his sons might accidentally find it in the internet. That cause Joe Stevenson’s anger to grow far more that Javier Vazquez could imagine. The former has a three-fight losing streak that might put him to the verge of losing his job. That reason makes Joe Stevenson eager to win his upcoming match against Javier Vazquez.
Still just 29 years old, Joe Stevenson believes that he still have several good years ahead. Even if his opponent – Javier Vazquez – is known as one of the top submission artists in the division, he will not be afraid to engage his contender anywhere — even on the mat.View Article Source »
The Faber vs Mizugaki showdown is getting better and better as five more bouts were added to the WEC 52 lineup. Check on the additional match-ups in the article below.
WEC 52: Faber vs Mizugaki officially added five more fights last Monday. A featherweight tilt between Chad Mendes and Javier Vazquez, plus a bantamweight bout pitting Eddie Wineland versus Damacio Page will round-up the main card.
Chad “Money” Mendes is undefeated in eight outings, wherein half of it are coming by either knockout or submission. Money’s strong take-downs have provided him victories over Erik Koch, Anthony Morrison and Cub Swanson. Javier “Showtime” Vazquez, on the other hand, is coming from a back-to-back wins in WEC. Showtime has a five winning streak before loosing his first two fights in WEC via split decision. And for the record, the Cuban native has earned ten of his 15 wins by submission.Read the rest of the article »
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