Arlovski 360: On the Road to Reckoning episode 2 (Arlovski vs. Fedor)

With Freddie Roach taking control of Andrei’s boxing it makes this fight with Fedor that much more interesting. It’s hard to associate Freddie Roach with someone who gets beaten. It’s also refreshing to see Roach’s respect for MMA as he talks about working alongside the other coaches who make up the MMA training arsenal of … Read more

UFC 92 weigh-ins video

Here are the weigh-ins and staredowns for UFC 92. The Silva / Rampage shoving match is also shown. Wanderlei looks f*cking ripped. Mir looks to be in great shape as well. Can’t wait for this one guys! Let us know your picks. Please like & share:

Dana White participates in live chat

There was a live chat today (Dec. 26, 2008) with UFC President, Dana White over at MMA Fanhouse. The UFC Prez gave almost a solid hour to MMA fans and answered everything from questions about Corey Hill and fighter insurance to what his favorite KO and submission of the year was.

There’s a ton of little nuggest in this chat including a question about UFC 92 that many have been asking, “Why is Okami vs. Lister not on the main card?”

Just one day before the biggest card of the year and Dana is spending quality time with the fans; that is pretty damn cool. Here’s a full transcript of the question and answer chat session:

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A look at UFC 93 and the history of Mark Coleman vs. Mauricio “Shogun” Rua

In about three weeks from now the UFC is going to Dublin, Ireland for UFC 93 on January 17, 2009. The main event on that card is a very exciting matchup between Rich Franklin and Dan Henderson.

The co-main event features the return of UFC and PRIDE veteran and all around MMA legend, Mark “The Hammer” Coleman taking on Mauricio “Shogun” Rua.  Coleman, who is now forty-four years of age is climbing back into the Octagon to face the much younger, much faster, twenty-seven year-old Brazilian.

Coleman last met Shogun at PRIDE 31 in February of 2006 in Saitama, Japan. Coleman has had one fight since then and it was a loss against Fedor Emelianenko at PRIDE 32 in October of 2006. He’s been out of action for over two years.

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Official UFC 92 weigh-in results

Here are the official weigh-in results for UFC 92: The Ultimate 2008, which takes place on Saturday, December 27th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada (PPV 10pm EST / 7pm PST).

All of the fighters made weight for UFC 92, although some fighters pushed the limit by taking advantage of the one pound of grace extended to non title fights.

The staredown between Quinton Jackson and Wanderlei Silva reached a tension-filled climax when the two light heavyweight contenders got into a shoving match that had to be broken up. This could be the fight of the night, if not year.

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UFC returns to Columbus, Ohio for UFC 96

For the third year in a row, the Ultimate Fighting Championship is heading back to Columbus, Ohio. The UFC announced earlier this week that the world’s premier fight organization will travel back to Columbus, Ohio for UFC 96, live from the Nationwide Arena on Saturday, March 7, 2009.

The UFC first arrived in Columbus for UFC 68 in March 2007 for one historic night as Randy Couture won the heavyweight crown for an unprecedented third time as he beat Tim Sylvia. The show’s gate, which surpassed $3 million, set a Nationwide Arena record; the 19,000 fans who saw the event live set a record for the highest North American attendance figure for a mixed martial arts event.

Last March, the UFC returned to Columbus as 15,300 people watched Anderson Silva successfully defend his middleweight title against then PRIDE champion Dan Henderson. The star-studded matchup grossed a gate of $2.2 million at Nationwide.

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Definite date set for M-1 Challenge 2008 Finals

M-1 Global is now stating that a definite date has been set for the M-1 Challenge 2008 Finals:

The definitive date and time of the M-1 Challenge 2008 Finals have been set. On January, 11th in Amstelveen which is located just several minutes to the north of Amsterdam, the long-anticipated finals will be held. Special Sports Centrum will host the event and Team Holland will clash with Russia’s Red Devil for the main trophy of the inaugural M-1 Challenge season. 

The M-1 Challenge Finals were originally scheduled to be held in Seattle, Washington on December 26, 2008 but had to be rescheduled due to inclement weather conditions.

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Jeremy Horn’s Elite Fight Night set for Jan. 3

Jeremy Horn’s Elite Fight Night is set to take place on January 3, 2009 at the Davis Conference Center in Layton, Utah. Get your tickets at, Against the Fence, or at the door. 155lbs. David Allred (Team Fusion BJJ) vs. Rad Martinez (Throwdown) 155lbs. Charlie Kent (Elite Performance) vs. Robert Densley (Absolute MMA) 185lbs. … Read more

M-1 reschedules M-1 Challenge finals

Team Russia Red Devil and Team Holland, as well as several superfights were originally scheduled to take place at the 2008 M-1 Challenge finals at the Emerald Queen Hotel and Casino on Friday, December 26 in Seattle, Washington.

However, due to extreme weather conditions, it was not going to be possible for M-1 to transport the fighters to Seattle in time for the event. The Seattle area has been experiencing below freezing weather, snow mixed with freezing rain, and fog. The rest of the week’s forecast looks just as bad.

The M-1 Challenge finals have been rescheduled to take place in Amsterdam either on December 28 or January 4.

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