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In a sport with no offseason, can MMA fighters benefit from creating their own?

Here’s how it usually works if you’re a UFC fighter: You’re given an opponent and a date, you train your butt off for roughly two or three months, then you show up, make weight, fight and hopefully win. 1,537 more words


Video: UFC 178 extended video preview with Johnson-Cariaso, Cerrone-Alvarez

Check out an extended video preview of UFC 178, which takes place later this month with a stacked pay-per-view lineup.

UFC 178 is slated for Sept. 207 more words


Congrats Joe Lauzon!

Joe Lauzon made UFC history when he won his 13th post-fight bonus on Friday night.
He now tops the list of fighters with most post-fight awards: 10 more words

Anthony Pettis: I definitely want to kick Nate Diaz's ass, but he had his chance

UFC lightweight champ Anthony Pettis is more than happy to kick Nate Diaz‘s ass, but he’s having a hard time understanding why the scrappy 209er didn’t speak up when he had his chance. 300 more words


Trading Shots: As the events pile up, is it getting harder to stand out?

In this week’s Trading Shots, former UFC/WEC fighter Danny Downes joins MMAjunkie columnist Ben Fowlkes to look back at a busy weekend in MMA, especially for the UFC fighters trying to stand out in a division in which the belt isn’t in rapid rotation. 1,470 more words


Twitter Mailbag: Cung Le's physique, Eddie Alvarez's release and more

There’s a little bit of everything in this week’s Twitter Mailbag, from a highly speculative analysis of Cung Le’s physique, to a sober look at Phil Baroni’s claim that he was fired for being War Machine’s pal. 2,473 more words


Eddie Alvarez signs to the UFC, scheduled to face Donald Cerrone at UFC 178

Finally the two-time Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez is part of the UFC’s stacked lightweight roster. Alvarez signed an exlusive deal wit the UFC, and will make his long-awaited promotional debut against Donald Cerrone at UFC 178. 192 more words