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A Review of Chris Leben's Autobiography: The Crippler

Prior to publishing an autobiography, Chris “The Crippler” Leben would write murder cases, or seemingly attempt to, with his left hand. Leben’s introduction to the MMA world occurred during the UFC’s first installment of their reality series, … 953 more words

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The MMA Road Show with John Morgan No. 51: Tate, Anik, Jouban, Rawlings, Smith

Episode No. 51 of “The MMA Road Show with John Morgan” podcast is now available for streaming and download.

MMAjunkie lead staff reporter John Morgan hosts the show while traveling the world to cover the sport. 123 more words

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Chris Leben vs. Freddie Mac expected for late 2016 in San Diego

Chris Leben, one of the most iconic figures from the all-important first season of “The Ultimate Fighter,” saw his fighting comeback cut short by frightening news of a heart abnormality. 708 more words

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The MMA Road Show with John Morgan No. 50: Chris Leben, James Te Huna, Daniel Hooker

Episode No. 50 of “The MMA Road Show with John Morgan” podcast is now available for streaming and download.

MMAjunkie lead staff reporter John Morgan hosts the show while traveling the world to cover the sport. 109 more words

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Chris Leben faces possible career ending heart problem 


The sport of mixed martial arts can sure be a cruel mistress at times.

Last month it was announced that Chris Leben would be coming out of retirement to sign with Bellator MMA. 256 more words

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Chris Leben no longer set to return to MMA

“The Crippler” will no longer be making a return to the cage as expected.

After checking with doctors in hopes of soon competing for Bellator, Leben discovered he is actually now suffering from a medical condition that is allowing only 18% of normal blood to flow into his heart. 175 more words

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Severe heart condition scratches UFC vet Chris Leben’s Bellator comeback

Chris Leben is no longer coming out of retirement to fight for Bellator after doctors found a severe medical condition that left him with just 18 percent of normal blood flow to his heart. 555 more words

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