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Jimi Manuwa steps in for Lil Nog to face Alexander Gustafsson in London next year
Alexander Gustafsson has found a new dance partner for his octagon return and it will be none other than the undefeated Nigerian- English prospect Jimi Manuwa. UFC officials made the announcement this Tuesday, confirming that Manuwa will replace the injured Antonio Rogerio Nogueira as Gustafsson’s opponent in the headline bout of the upcoming UFC card in London.Read the rest of the article »
Jim Miller looks to get back on track versus BJJ black belt Fabricio Camoes in UFC 168
The latest addition to the loaded year-end event of the UFC is a lightweight bout between Jim Miller and Fabricio Camoes. The event takes place at MGM Grand Garden Arena on December 28 and will feature the most anticipated rematch of Anderson Silva and Chris Weidman.
Both lightweight veterans are looking to return in the winning column. Jim Miller was once included in the mix of the best lightweights in the UFC. He is riding in a 7 fight winning streak before losing to Benson Henderson in August of 2011. He is 2 – 2 with 1 NC after that loss. Miller was submitted by Pat Healy in his latest fight but the decision was later overturned into a No Contest after Healy tested positive in marijuana. That fight earned Miller his 3rd Fight of the Night Award; it is his 2nd consecutive after his unanimous decision win over Joe Lauzon. He has also won the Submission of the Night three times.Read the rest of the article »
Now that UFC 132 is part of MMA history, here are five matches that fans would like to see in the coming days.
For 25 captivating minutes, Dominick Cruz and Urijah Faber reminded everyone what MMA in its purest form is. Two of the world’s notable bantamweight fighters locked horns last July 2, with the reigning champion ultimately defending his title. While Dominick Cruz’s victory is undoubtedly satisfying on a personal level, it was not decisive enough for a trilogy match against Urijah Faber.
The bantamweight division is still developing, while the next number one contender is not yet ready for the harvest. That said, check out the matches that fans would like to see after UFC 132 by hitting the jump.Read the rest of the article »
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 »
UFC Fight Night 23 participants were issued 10 day suspensions each. Some are even suspended for a longer period of time.
The “UFC Fight Night 23: UFC Fight for the Troops 2″ has its own fair share of suspensions. However, some fighters are restricted to do vigorous activities longer than others.
The event concluded last Jan. 22 at Fort Hood in Texas. The main card aired on Spike TV while the preliminaries streamed on Facebook.
A mandatory 8 to 10-day suspensions were given to all of the fighters. Meanwhile, Evan Dunham, Hague and George Roop – were all issued 31-day suspensions following knockout losses.Read the rest of the article »
The Fight Night 23 event last Saturday was a blast. Melvin Guillard's victory led him to get the whooping $30,000 bonus.
Melvin Guillard, Yves Edwards and Cody McKenzie lead the pack of the “UFC Fight Night 23: UFC Fight for the Troops 2″ $30,000 “Fight Night” bonuses recipients.
Guillard was awarded with the “Knockout of the Night” award while Edwards grabbed the “Submission of the Night” bonus and the “Fight of the Night” award to opponent McKenzie.
UFC Fight Night 23 concluded last Saturday at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas. It served as a fund-raiser for UFC’s auction for the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. The main card aired on Spike TV while the prelims streamed on Facebook.
Guillard earned his bonus via first round KO over Evan Dunham in the night’s headliner. Edwards on the other hand, earned his bonuses with a victory on the night’s featured prelim fight. McKenzie got the honors even though he lost his fight via second-round rear-naked choke.View Article Source »
Edwards and McKenzie completed the official fight card for UFC Fight Night 23: Fight for the Troops 2. McKenzie was asked to replace Melvin Guillard. The latter is about to face a main-event fight with Evan Dunham.
UFC officials announced today that Cody McKenzie (12-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) will meet Yves Edwards (38-16-1 MMA, 6-4 UFC) at “UFC Fight Night 23: Fight for the Troops 2.” The matchup was created when Edwards’ original opponent, Melvin Guillard, was pulled out in favor of a main-event slot against Evan Dunham. UFC Fight Night 23 […]Read the rest of the article »
Kenny Florian is out on UFC Fight Night 23. After a knee injury, he was forced to let go of the fight. Melvin Guillard will replace the latter promoting him from preliminary card to main fight. Melvin Guillard will now face his fellow lightweight Evan Dunham on the Spike TV-televised headliner.
As expected by many, Melvin Guillard has already replaced injured Kenny Florian on January 2011’s “UFC Fight Night 23: UFC Fight for the Troops 2″ event. Guillard (25-8 MMA, 8-4 UFC) will now meet fellow lightweight Evan Dunham (11-1 MMA, 4-1 UFC) in a Spike TV-televised headliner.
Officials from the organization confirmed it during today’s new episode of “UFC Ultimate Insider” on UFC.com.
Florian’s unfortunate destiny was due to a knee injury, and Guillar is very fortunate to be promoted him from a preliminary-card fight with Yves Edwards to a main-event slot. As we first reported, Edwards (38-16-1 MMA, 6-4 UFC) now is expected to fight “The Ultimate Fighter 12″ cast member and guillotine-choke specialist Cody McKenzie (12-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC).Read the rest of the article »
Mark the date! UFC 119 will make its way to Indianapolis on the 25th of September.
It’s a main card fight between Melvin Guillard and Jeremy Stephens, plus four additional bouts. Check it out if your favorite UFC fighter is on the list. Because UFC 119 will surely be a big event this September!Read the rest of the article »
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