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Carlos Condit and Thiago Alves interested in summer UFC fight

Two veteran welterweights are apparently interested in a summer matchup. So, too, is the UFC.

Former interim champ Carlos Condit (29-8 MMA, 6-3 UFC) and perennial contender Thiago Alves (21-9 MMA, 13-6 UFC) have both expressed interest in a summer matchup, and the UFC is apparently on board. 236 more words


MMAjunkie's 'KO of the Month' for January: Flying knee, body kick or spinning stuff?

With another action-packed month of MMA in the books, MMAjunkie takes a look at the best knockouts from January. Here are the five nominees, listed in chronological order, and the winner of MMAjunkie’s “Knockout of the Month” award for January 2015. 641 more words


Joe Silva's Shoes: What next for UFC 183's winners?

Nearly seven months after the fight was announced, UFC 183 finally saw Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz collide inside the octagon.

“The Spider’s” ability to return from one of the most gruesome injuries in UFC history was the main storyline going into Saturday’s event. 1,230 more words


UFC on 183: Thiago Alves vs. Jordan Mein fight video highlights

LAS VEGAS – Thiago Alves made things interesting, but he was able to pick up a big TKO win over Jordan Mein in the second round of their UFC 183 bout. 101 more words


UFC 183 bonuses: Which fighter on the card doubled up for $100,000?

LAS VEGAS – Thales Leites, Tim Boetsch and Thiago Alves earned $50,000 bonuses for their performances at Saturday’s UFC 183 event – with Leites doubling up for $100,000. 194 more words


UFC 183 results, photos: Brutal Thiago Alves kick takes out Jordan Mein

LAS VEGAS – After Thiago Alves spent most of the first round getting his head bounced around by Jordan Mein’s punches and elbows, he could have been forgiven for getting a little pessimistic about his chances heading into the second. 419 more words


My UFC 183 Picks

The UFC is holding its annual Super Bowl weekend pay-per-view in Las Vegas.  UFC 183 is headlined by a matchup featuring two former champions returning to the Octagon after very lenghty layoffs.   741 more words