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fighters ache after UFC 129 event
After bloody fights happened at UFC 129, prominent fighters will undergo 60-days medical suspension. These includes Randy Couture, George St-Pierre, Mark Hominick and Jason Brilz who received severe painful strikes from their opponents. George St-Pierre’s eyes was bloodied in his fight against Jake Shields, while Randy Couture loses a tooth in his fight against Lyoto […]Read the rest of the article »
Following Mark Hominick's duel against Jose Aldo last Saturday, many fans were asking: Is his Hematoma that dangerous? Let Dr. Johnny Benjamin tell you the answer.
Mark Hominick’s swelling forehead was one of the most grotesque images that people saw at UFC 129 last Saturday. But was it dangerous? MMAJunkie’s Dr. Johnny Benjamin discusses the nature of Hematoma, whether it was right to continue last Saturday’s match, and how such injuries are treated.
According to Dr. Benjamin, visually compelling injuries like Hematoma must be properly inspected by well-trained cage-side medical staff, experienced corner men and vigilant referees. When properly handled, such injuries poses minimal risk to the affected athlete. Hence, an enlarging forehead Hematoma that doesn’t significantly affect an athlete’s vision is not dangerous. As a result, the fight can continue.Read the rest of the article »
After Jose Aldo successfully defended his title against Mark Hominick at UFC 129, is Chad Mendes next in line?
Following the most difficult title defense of his career, Jose Aldo’s next bout was already speculated. After the featherweight champion’s Fight of the Night victory over Mark Hominick at UFC 129, press people asked UFC President – Dana White – about the Brazilian’s future. However, Dana White was non-committal whether Jose Aldo will make his way to UFC 134. He even asserted that he might have other plans for the featherweight champ.
But with August 6 penciled as Jose Aldo’s tentative return, the next logical question emerged: Who will be the featherweight champion’s next contender?Read the rest of the article »
With UFC 129 fast approaching, here is Fighting Insider's preview and prediction for the event's main card.
After Fighting Insider gave your the preview for UFC 129’s preliminary card, let’s talk about the main card. Will the champions remain? Or will UFC herald a new king?
Check out our full UFC 129 main card preview after the break.Read the rest of the article »
After UFC 128, here comes the next attraction -- UFC 129: George St-Pierre vs Jake Shields.
UFC 128 is now part of the MMA history, as the next UFC attraction surfaces. UFC 129 will feature George St-Pierre, as he defends his welterweight championship title against Jake Shields. In addition to this, UFC Featherweight Kingpin – Jose Aldo – will make his first title defense versus Mark Hominick.
UFC 129: GSP vs Shields will kick off on April 30, at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Canada. UFC released the event’s first trailer, featuring Jake Shields. Hit the play button at the video after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
Get ready for an action-packed powerhouse cast UFC 129 this April.
The UFC 129 fight card is almost complete with a powerhouse cast of fighters.
UFC 129 will feature a title fight between welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre and top contender Jake Shields. There will also be a bout between Jose Aldo and Mark Hominick. Plus, we’ll be seeing once more the UFc Hall of Famer Randy Couture as he battles with Lyoto Machida.
The UFC 129 event takes place this April 30 at Rogers Centre in Toronto.
Couture holds a three-fight win streak and hasn’t fought since his victory over James Toney last August. Machida on the other hand has lost his last two fights and badly needs a win in his belt.
The third bout announced for UFC 129 is a welterweight fight featuring Nate Diaz against Rory MacDonald.View Article Source »
“He’ll be ready.” ---Ed Soares, Jose Aldo's Manager
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo finally completed the road to recovery . His injury revented him from attending his UFC 125 fight.
The Brazilian was pushed off the card due to neck injury. However, the fighter is now ready to defend his title even though his coach and manager asks him not to.
“He wanted to fight injured,” Aldo’s manager, Ed Soares, said when speaking to MMAWeekly Radio. “Me and his coaches were like, ‘No, you’re not fighting. You’re not going to make your UFC debut not being 100-percent.’”
Aldo proves to be hungry of the battle inside the cage. He’s more than proud to be a UFC featherweight champ.Read the rest of the article »
"I've gone through the bottom, and now I've got a chance to go against the top – the best of the best. Those are the guys I've always wanted to face." ---Mark Hominick
Mark Hominick (20-8 MMA, 3-0 UFC) proved himself in the cage last Saturday night’s UFC Fight Night 23 event.
UFC big boss, Dana White , made clear that Hominick’s victory over George Roop earns him an April title shot at UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo.
“This is huge, but the thing with me, I’ve been fighting professionally for 10 years,” Hominick said following the win. “I’ve gone through the bottom, and now I’ve got a chance to go against the top – the best of the best. Those are the guys I’ve always wanted to face.”
All Hominick needed was an 88 minute shot to grab the spotlight. He dropped Roop early and Roop’s stand clearly shows his incapacity to stay for another round.Read the rest of the article »
Two top contenders in the Ultimate Fighting Championship's (UFC) new featherweight division will go toe-to-toe in a bout that could potentially have a title shot hanging in the balance.
Two 145-pound fighters will go toe-to-toe in the upcoming Fight of the Troops on January 22 in Fort Hood, Texas. The warriors that will clash inside the Octagon are Mark Hominick and George Roop. Mark Hominick intends to go on a hot streak after his submission loss to Rani Yahya back in 2007. George Roop, on the other hand, has been on a roller coaster ride during his entire career.
Will Hominick keeps on exterminating every fighter that block his way to the title? Or will Roop get his chance to make a major statement this time?Read the rest of the article »
The WEC featherweight champion, Jose Aldo, already got a new contender. Can Mark Hominick prove to the fans that he deserves the title? The audience are really in for a powerful 2011!
The WEC featherweight champion, Jose Aldo, seems to have lined up his next challenger. Aldo pointed out Mark Hominick as his likely opponent, perhaps as soon as January. Hominick will bring in a four-fight winning streak to his next appearance against the champ. He recently earned a split decision victory over Leonard Garcia at WEC 51. In addition to that, Hominick was also able to win a fight versus Yves Jabouin, Savant Young and Bryan Caraway. Carrying 19 victories in his record, Hominick has proved to be an adept fighter both on stand and on ground. Jose Aldo, on the other hand, has a clean record by winning all of his 11 fights. He has notable wins over Manny Gamburyan, Urijah Faber, Mike Thomas Brown, Cub Swanson, Jonathan Brookins and Alexandre Franca Nogueira.
With an Aldo vs Hominick title bout penciled for January, WEC will definitely have a good fight to start the year.View Article Source »
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