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UFC Matchmaking: Figuring Out Ryan Bader's Next Fight

Why do so many media members dislike Ryan Bader?

I don’t ask that literally, but rather in a tongue-in-cheek manner after seeing “What’s Next” columns… 979 more words


UFC 192 Aftermath: Sage Northcutt and Slow-Playing Prospects

Physically, Sage Northcutt is equal parts action figure and Abercrombie model; a 19-year-old with the muscular definition of the latest line of WWE figures mixed with spiky blonde hair, piercing blue eyes and a smile that lights up the room. 1,076 more words


Ronda Rousey To Be 1st Female To Guest Host TSN's SportCenter.

PHOTO CREDITS: (variety.com)

“Rowdy” Ronda Rousey is scheduled to be the very first female to guest host a SportsCenter episode.

Ronda Rousey will be 1st female athlete to guest host 'SportsCenter' …

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UFC 192. The Lows.

UFC 192 had over thirteen fights scheduled to take place. It had some memorable moments, mostly for good reasons which I have written about here. This article is about the other side of UFC 192. 556 more words


UFC 192. The Highlights.

A little over twenty four hours has passed since one of the most entertaining UFC cards of the year. Light Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier defended his belt for the very first time against former title challenger Alexander Gustafsson at the Toyota Centre in Houston, Texas at UFC 192. 898 more words


UFC 192 Aftermath: Alexander Gustafsson rises above expectations, shines in championship loss

When Alexander Gustafsson was announced as Daniel Cormier’s opponent for his first title defence, the mixed martial arts fan base let out a collective groan. Coming off a first-round knockout loss to Anthony Johnson in January that left him pondering retirement, people couldn’t understand why the UFC would elevate the talented Swedish fighter into such a high profile bout after such a devastating loss. 1,030 more words


UFC Light Heavyweight Championship

12/27/97 Yokohama, Japan
Frank Shamrock beat Kevin Jackson via submission to become the first UFC Middleweight champion.

03/13/98 Bossier, Louisiana at the Pontchartrain Center
Frank Shamrock knocked out Igor Zinoviev. 666 more words