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Demetrious Johnson vs. Ali Bagautinov To Headline UFC 174

It has been confirmed by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) that the main event at UFC 174, which is set to take place on… 510 more words

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UFC 174 Main Event Set: Flyweight Champion Demetrious Johnson Faces Ali Bagautinov

UFC flyweight champion Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson (19-2-1) will defend his title against surging top contender Ali Bagautinov (13-2) in the main event of UFC 174 in Vancouver this summer. 553 more words

Vancouver

John Dodson describes his unpleasant run-in with Demetrious Johnson

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – UFC flyweight John Dodson isn’t one to hold grudges. You won’t find him punching a dummy with an opponent’s picture or screaming their names while lifting weights. 777 more words

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UFC 174: How Can a Championship Main Event Still Not Be Good Enough?

Fight fans can be a frustrating lot.

Even though there are only three bouts officially scheduled for UFC 174 in Vancouver thus far, an edited Wikipedia entry speculating that flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson will headline the June 14 event at Rogers Arena against Ali Bagautinov had some fans in the area already lamenting poor ticket sales and bemoaning the non-existent construction of this card. 1,049 more words

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UFC: Anthony Pettis Coaching The Ultimate Fighter Highlights Current Issues

UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis will have been champion for 482 days before he defends his belt for the first time.

Let that soak in for a minute. 1,100 more words

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FIGHT SONGS: AN ALTERNATIVE PLAYLIST FOR FIGHTERS

When Jeff the Snowman Monson fought Tim Sylvia for the UFC Heavyweight championship at UFC 65 in 2006, Monson entered the cage to John Lennon’s “Imagine.”  I was watching the event at a bar, and everyone sat in silence, mostly because the majority of patrons were craning their necks to hear what the song was.  802 more words

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UFC 174: Predicting Potential Headlining Act for Vancouver

What better way to bring Keyboard Kimura back to life than by speculating about who will headline UFC 174 when it arrives at Rogers Arena this spring? 1,330 more words

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