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Montreal’s Patrick Côté retires after UFC 210 loss

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Canada’s Patrick (The Predator) Côté is calling it a career.

The 37-year-old mixed martial artist from Montreal dropped a unanimous decision to U.S.-based Brazilian Thiago (Pitbull) Alves in a welterweight bout on Saturday’s main card of UFC 210. 157 more words

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No Bones about it: Cormier, Johnson set for UFC rematch

The promotional ads for UFC’s return to upstate New York for the first time in nearly 22 years feature light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier with the belt over his shoulder on one side and challenger Anthony Johnson on the other side. 673 more words

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Patrick Cote climbs back into UFC Octagon, not ready to hang it up just yet

At 37, Patrick (The Predator) Cote still enjoys climbing into a cage to fight.

“For sure, if not I’d probably be at my home now drinking wine and having a barbecue,” the Montreal MMA veteran said with a laugh. 747 more words

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Valentina Shevchenko: Retroceder nunca | Via Asia Sur

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Es 17 veces campeona mundial en diversas disciplinas de combate, y la peleadora peruana sensación del MMA femenino mundial. Tras su abrumadora victoria ante Julianna Peña en enero pasado, Valentina Shevchenko tendrá su revancha contra la brasilera Amanda Nunes y tentará el título mundial del UFC.

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Rising Alexi Argyriou looks to make his mark at Hard Knocks 54

Alexi Argyriou has all the tools.

The Victoria based fighter grew up in an MMA gym, working as hard on his jiu-jitsu as he did on his striking and developing the sort of explosive, well-rounded game that today’s new generation of athletes bring into the octagon. 699 more words

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Tyron Woodley chooses smarts over slugfest, keeps UFC belt

LAS VEGAS — Tyron Woodley understood the booing that thoroughly drowned out his words when he spoke to the fans following his tactical victory over Stephen Thompson at UFC 209. 728 more words

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'I want to make history': Georges St-Pierre faces off with Michael Bisping before UFC return

Georges St-Pierre insists he would regret not coming back when he feels like he’s better than he’s ever been. Michael Bisping calls this a chance to beat another legend — and at the same time collect the biggest payday of his Ultimate Fighting Championship career. 732 more words

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