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Aaron Wilkinson, signs five-fight deal with Cage Warriors Fighting Championship
The Cage Warriors officials has announced that Aaron Wilkinson, has just signed a five-fight deal with their promotion.
“Aaron is a very exciting fighter who already has a lot of experience under his belt,” Cage Warriors director Graham Boylan said. “But we feel the best is still to come from him, and everyone at Cage Warriors is very happy to have him on board.”
Wilkinson was a free agent lightweight fighter who was a part of UFC and FX Network’s reality show ‘The Ultimate Fighter 12′ and trained under team coach Josh Koscheck. He was released from UFC after losing to Cody Mckenzie.View Article Source »
“My career still has a lot to improve on. I just want to invite everyone to come along for the ride with me.” ---Jonathan Brookins
“On behalf of myself, the UFC, congratulations, you are the Ultimate Fighter.”
Jonathan Brookins got to hear this word from Dana White’s mouth when he was declared the winner of the “The Ultimate Fighter Season 12” finale in Las Vegas.
Brookin struggled during the first round. He received continuous punches from Michael Johnson. He was stunned but he did not give up.
On round two, Brookins made his move. He quickly worked his way to dominate Johnson. He positioned on top of Johnson and dropped several elbows on his head.
Come round three, Brookins gave his best in grounding and pounding his opponent.
“My career still has a lot to improve on. I just want to invite everyone to come along for the ride with me.”View Article Source »
Top welterweight bets Rick Story and Johny Kendricks will beat one another in December's The Ultimate Fighter 12 Finale.
Talks about the entry of Rick Story and Johny Kendricks onto the slate has been reportedly coming to a close, and when made final, the bout will broadcast on Spike TV as part of the night’s main card.
TUF 12 Finale will turn the lights off in preparation for a new season of the UFC’s reality series. But the lights will be on at The Pearl, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas on December 4.
Hendricks still maintains a spotless MMA record, while Story has a few streaks of defeat. Both are riding on a four-time winning streak before they decide between themselves who will break his own record.View Article Source »
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