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Cody McKenzie vs. Sam Stout is the latest addition to UFC on Fox 9
Cody McKenzie returns to the lightweight division after splitting his two fights at 145 lbs. He started his featherweight campaign with a 31-second TKO loss to Chad Mendez a year ago in UFC 148: Silva vs. Sonnen 2. He bounced back this April when he defeated Leonard Garcia by unanimous decision. McKenzie is known for […]Read the rest of the article »
Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone will replace Sam Stout to face Dennis Silver for UFC 137
Sam Stout was forced out of his upcoming bout against Dennis Silver for UFC 137– which will take place in Las Vegas. Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone stepped in to replace him. The new match was confirmed by sources that was close to the match-up on Monday.
Donald Cerrone might soon give the Miller brothers a run for their money for a fighter who steps in on short notice when someone is injured. The said fight will be the second out of Cowboy’s last three fights, wherein he has stepped in for another injured fighter. Since moving over from WEC to the UFC, Donald Cerrone has gone 3-0 with rapidly improving his skills every step of the way.
During his recent trip in the Octagon, Cowboy made a short work of his opponent — Charles Oliveira. The latter was defeated during the first round of their UFC on Versus 5 bout in Milwaukee.
The Team Jackson fighter will now face a top ten opponent in Dennis Siver, who looks to win his fifth fight in a row this October.View Article Source »
UFC fighter, Sam Stout, revealed that Shawn Tompkins' cause of death is heart attack.
Renowed MMA trainer, Shawn Tompkins, underwent autopsy last Monday and saw heart attack as the cause of his death last Sunday morning. The news was revealed by his brother-in-law and UFC fighter, Sam Stout. Although the Ontario Law states that privacy exemptions keeps autopsy reports from public view, Sam Stout revealed the results to The London Free Press — an Onatrio newspaper.
“I don’t know what to say. It’s not supposed to be happen to a healthy 37-year-old person. Who would think he had to get checked out for that?”
He also added that funeral arrangements would be on Tuesday. In relation to this, Shawn Tompkins’ management team – AMR Group – established a memorial fund. The Shawn Tompkins Memorial Fund is accepting contributions to help The Coach’s widow, Emilie, with burial costs.
At the time of his passing, the 37-year-old coach was in Ontario, working with his younger fighters. According to those who were with him, he went to sleep after an event and never woke up.
It's now official! Longtime UFC competitor Yves Edwards will meet Canadian kickboxing ace Sam Stout in a lightweight duel at UFC 131.
Yves Edwards, inventor and master of “Thug Jitsu”, is one of MMA’s veterans. He has 57 professional fights in his resume, and has fought for organizations like King of the Cage, SuperBrawl, Pride Fighting Championships, and Elite XC. Yves Edwards made his UFC debut in 2001, but was defeated by Matt Serra via split decision.
On the other hand, Sam Stout is best known for his back-to-back “Fight of the Night” performances against Spencer Fisher in 2006 and 2007. He is a five-time FOTN winner, and has won three of his last four fights.Read the rest of the article »
A lightweight clash between two 155-pound warriors is on the horizon as Canadian Sam Stout meets England's Paul Kelly at UFC 126 on Feb. 5 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Canadian Sam Stout will meet England’s Paul Kelly in a lightweight clash on UFC 126 on February 5, at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.
Sam Stout made his UFC debut on March 4, 2006 when he defeated Spencer Fisher by split decision. However, his next appearance wasn’t what he hoped for after submitting to Kenny Florian’s rear naked choke. Stout went 1-3, including his rematch with Fisher that came up short. He rebounded with a victory over Matt Wiman and Joe Lauzon, and his last bout was a split decision win over Paul Taylor.Read the rest of the article »
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