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Andrei Arlovski, with chance at heavyweight wins record, draws Tai Tuivasa at UFC 225

A heavyweight bout between former UFC champion Andrei Arlovski and unbeaten prospect Tai Tuivasa is the latest addition to June’s UFC 225 lineup.

UFC officials today announced the bout between Arlovski (27-15 MMA, 16-9 UFC) and Tuivasa (7-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC). 242 more words

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What Happened? (UFC 222: Cyborg vs. Kunitskaya)

Another great night of fights have ended when the baddest woman on the planet defended her belt in Paradise, Nevada. Now it is time to see how the fights went down and how my predictions fared at… 807 more words

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UFC heavyweight wins record? 'And I still have another 18 years,' Andrei Arlovski jokes

LAS VEGAS – Andrei Arlovski has tied the record for most career UFC heavyweight wins, but he stands a good chance of breaking it.

“I still have another 18 years,” Arlovski (27-15 MMA, 16-9 UFC) joked after UFC 222, where he picked up… 309 more words

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UFC 222 AfterMMAth (Opportunity knocking)

Can I be perfectly honest with you? I am not in the mood for real preamble. The fan in me is still trying to digest. So I will jump right into  1,207 more words
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UFC 222 results: Andrei Arlovski's takedown game – yes, takedown game – too much for Stefan Struve

Raise your hand if you said Andrei Arlovski would become a takedown machine 40-something fights into his career to get an upset win. No one? No one? 685 more words

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UFC 222: Cyborg vs. Kunitskaya main card preview and predictions

UFC 222 is a very weird card, and that includes the main card. There’s some intriguing fights on it, but is it worth paying $70 for? 1,509 more words

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UFC 222 salaries: Cris Cyborg banks event-high $500k opposite Yana Kunitskaya

UFC featherweight champ Cris Cyborg is again the highest-paid fighter on a UFC pay-per-view card.

Cyborg (19-1 MMA, 4-0 UFC), who stepped in on short notice to face Invicta FC bantamweight champ Yana Kunitskaya (10-3 MMA, 0-0 UFC), will be paid $500,000 flat to step in the octagon for tonight’s UFC 222 headliner at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. 323 more words

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