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Richard Anderson Mann is an MMA journalist who makes his home in Washington, DC. He holds a Journalism Master’s degree from Roosevelt University. Currently, he is a columnist for Pro MMA Now (www.prommanow.com), a news writer for ADCombat.com and an official scorer for FightMetric. Richard has also been published in the Washington Times, Palm Beach Post, Naples Daily News, Michigan Chronicle and Miami Herald. He can be reached by email at RichardAndersonMann@gmail.com or on Twitter at Twitter.com/RichardAMann.

SRC 14 Live Results, Play by Play

Tonight, beginning at 2 a.m. EST, HDNet will broadcast Sengoku Raiden Championship 14. The card will feature a middleweight title fight, Akihiro Gono’s lightweight debut and bouts from two SRC tournaments. Join ProMMANow.com to follow along with the results. Read More »

Bellator 25 Immediate Reaction

ProMMANow.com writer Richard Mann is currently less than 10 feet from the Bellator cage. He will provide his immediate reaction to the main card fights as they happen live. While watching live on Fox Sports Net, get all the details ... Read More »

Bellator 25 results, play-by-play

CHICAGO — Bellator Fighting Championships 25 takes place this evening at the Chicago Theater in Chicago. Headlining the card is a middleweight fight between Dan Hornbuckle and Brad Blackburn. The card also features two bouts in the first-ever Bellator heavyweight ... Read More »

Bellator 25 Breakdown presented by BetUS

Bellator Fighting Championships returns to the Chicago Theater in Downtown Chicago for the second time this year for their 25th edition. The card will feature first round matches in both their heavyweight and women’s 115-pound tournaments. Also on the card, ... Read More »

WEC 50 Breakdown presented by BetUS

The little blue Octagon returns for WEC 50. The card, which will air live on Versus tonight, will feature a WEC bantamweight championship match as well as several quality WEC prospects including Shane Roller, Anthony Pettis and Chad Mendes. Read More »

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