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Al Iaquinta: Repeated fight requests from Thiago Alves 'pissed me off,' hopes for UFC 205 showdown

UFC lightweight Al Iaquinta anticipates an octagon return at UFC 205 in New York City this November, a date which would mark more than 19 months since his most recent fight. 891 more words

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Thiago Alves 'not worried' about lightweight move despite recalling story of passing out during cut to 170 pounds

Thiago Alves remembers the day he woke up in his hotel room and saw the sports psychologist he’d hired to help him win the UFC welterweight title against Georges St-Pierre. 1,010 more words

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Stream or download MMAjunkie Radio #2255 with Thiago Alves, Mirsad Bektic and Mike Dolce

Stream or download Wednesday’s edition of MMAjunkie Radio with guests Thiago Alves, Mirsad Bektic and Mike Dolce.

Alves and Bektic are on the comeback trail and looking to fight in the fall. 51 more words

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MMAjunkie Radio (1 p.m. ET): Mike Dolce (in studio), UFC's Thiago Alves and Mirsad Bektic

MMAjunkie Radio kicks off today at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) with guests Mike Dolce, Thiago Alves and Mirsad Bektic.

Dolce, one of the game’s most prolific nutritionists and trainers, will be in the studio to co-host the episode in Las Vegas. 271 more words

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Carlos Condit Scores TKO over Thiago Alves

Carlos “The Natural Born Killer” Condit scores a TKO finish over Thiago “Pitbull” Alves.  The doctor stopped the fight after the Pitbull suffered a broken nose as a result of strikes.

Thiago Alves Lightweight Debut Rumored vs. Al Iaquinta?

It was not to long ago that Thiago Alves announced that he will be moving down to 155 for his next bout. And what better way to make your lightweight debut than against… 165 more words

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Former welterweight title challenger Thiago Alves says next fight will be at lightweight

Once scolded for his inability to consistently drop down to the welterweight limit, Thiago Alves is apparently going down even further to lightweight.

According to Alves (21-10 MMA, 14-6 UFC), who challenged former 170-pound champion Georges St-Pierre for the title at UFC 100 in July 2009, his next fight will take place at 155 pounds. 254 more words

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