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Urijah Faber’s Thoughts on His UFC 132 Loss

Written on July 04, 2011 by Lulu

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Urijah Faber talks about his loss against Dominick Cruz at UFC 132 with MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani.

After losing against Dominick Cruz, Urijah Faber talks to MMA Fighting’s Ariel Helwani on his thoughts about his previous match on UFC 132. His opinion on the judges’ score, if he had done enough on the match, how he felt after the match and if he still have some issues against Dominick Cruz can be heard at the video after the jump.

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Griggs: The Revenge of the Underdog

Written on August 23, 2010 by Zac Efren

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“I feel incredible. Other then being married and two kids, this is the best day of my life.” -Chad Griggs

MMA reporter Ariel Helwani spoke with Chad Griggs during a post fight interview after the fighter won over Booby Lashley. Briggs defeated Lashley on the 2nd round via TKO of the Strikeforce: Houston.

In the video, Griggs shared his thoughts about being perceived as the underdog and how he managed to repel criticisms. He also enumerated his fighting strategies and why he felt frustrated about Lashley given time to rest during the battle.

See the full run of the interview after the jump.

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Shields Officially Signs with UFC, to Fight Against Kampmann at UFC 121

Written on July 21, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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Finally, it's official! Jake Shields will fight at the UFC 121 this October 30.

Jake Shields officially signed with the UFC last Monday after a short courting that was really more of a formality. Shields was looking for a new promotion after he couldn’t make an agreement with Strikeforce. The MMA Fighting reported last week that Shields hasn’t signed the deal yet.

But today, on his official Twitter account, Shields shared to the world that he had signed a contract and that his first match will be against Martin Kampmann. The UFC 121 bout will take place in Los Angeles on October 30.

The Strikeforce middleweight champion will return to his natural welterweight division in the UFC. Most people believe that he will quickly become a contender for the title held by Georges St. Pierre.

“I’m excited that everything is finalized and I’m going to get to continue to test myself against the best,” Shields said via text message through his public relations agent. “Fighting in the UFC has been a lifelong dream. Big thanks to Dana, my team and all my family and friends for all the support.”

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Lashley maybe Strikeforce’s Golden Child but Very Beatable! – Griggs

Written on July 21, 2010 by John Paul Vill

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Everybody's counting on me losing," Griggs (8-1) told MMA Fighting. "That's great. I'm the underdog. They've blown Bobby Lashley up into this huge, unbeatable superstar. He's very big, very strong, he's going to be explosive. But I think he's been blown up into a little more than he is just yet."

Chad Griggs comes back with an upcoming fight with Lashley. Golden boy of Strikeforce as of the moment. He was actually into telling everyone that he is a one heap of a contender but easily beatable due to size and experience.

You don’t have to spell it out loud for Chad Griggs. He knows well the MMA fans and Strikeforce officials. He perpetually knows why he was offered the fight with Bobby Lashley at August 21 Strikeforce event in Houston.

“Everybody’s counting on me losing,” Griggs (8-1) told MMA Fighting. “That’s great. I’m the underdog. They’ve blown Bobby Lashley up into this huge, unbeatable superstar. He’s very big, very strong, he’s going to be explosive. But I think he’s been blown up into a little more than he is just yet.”

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