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Champ dos Anjos: Cerrone-Nurmagomedov tough to call, but 'I want Khabib to win'

New UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos (24-7 MMA, 13-5 UFC) will be on the shelf until later this year as he nurses a knee injury, but it seems his next challenger will be determined next month. 700 more words


Here's why Tax Day sucks for pro athletes, including UFC vet Donald Cerrone

It’s Tax Day, and if you think Uncle Sam has his hands in your pockets, it could be worse. Learn why April 15 is an especially tough time of the year for pro athletes like Tom Brady, LeBron James and UFC fighter Donald Cerrone. 136 more words


Fight or wait? For those on the cusp of a UFC title shot, it's complicated

Fresh off his unanimous-decision victory over Matt Brown at UFC 185 earlier this month, former UFC welterweight champ Johny Hendricks showed up at the post-fight press conference just in time to face a conundrum familiar to both former titleholders and would-be contenders still trying for their first crack at UFC gold. 1,745 more words


Rafael dos Anjos, the New UFC Lightweight Champion

I’m eleven days late posting this, but I’ve been extremely busy for over two weeks, so to hell with it.

Back on March 14, Rafael dos Anjos picked Anthony ‘Showtime’ Pettis apart for five rounds at UFC 185 and won the UFC Lightweight title. 210 more words


UFC's Donald Cerrone: 'I drink beer all the way up to my fight'

UFC fan Q&A sessions have become notorious for drifting into the bizarre. In January it was Phil “CM Punk” Brooks going head-to-head with an army of drunken fans and… 308 more words


Video: How many UFC Q&A bleeps for Donald (bleeping) Cerrone? We lost (bleeping) count

DALLAS – Hollywood has Martin Scorsese films. The music world had Tupac. And MMA has Donald Cerrone – Donald (bleeping) Cerrone.

“Cowboy” is known for his devil-may-care attitude. 267 more words


'Cowboy' Cerrone plans out his path to what he hopes is eventual UFC lightweight title

Donald Cerrone already has it all planned out: His road to the UFC lightweight title, which fighter he’ll beat for the belt, and what he’ll do once he gets it. 570 more words