M-1 Challenge 2008 Finals (videos)

The M-1 Challenge 2008 Finals took place on January, 11th in Amstelveen, the Netherlands. Here are the videos from that event:

 [01] Hoon Kim vs Radmir Gabdulin

The rest of the M-1 Challenge 2008 Finals videos after the jump…

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UFC wants a San Antonio event this fall

The UFC made it’s first appearance in the Lonestar State in April of 2007 when they filled the Toyota center with 15,000 fans and set the live gate record.

If everything goes as planned, the UFC will return to Texas sometime during fall or winter of this year, this time in San Antonio. They have their eyes on the home of the Spurs at the AT&T Center or if they run into scheduling conflicts there, the UFC also mentioned Freeman Coliseum which is located next door as a possibility.

“San Antonio is very much on our radar,” said Marc Ratner, vice president of government and regulatory affairs for the UFC. “If we can make it work, it will happen.” Sometime between September and December are the dates the UFC is looking at.

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PRO MMA caught up with Roger “El Matador” Huerta to discuss the latest news regarding his contract with the UFC. The Lightweight star was very confident and determined about his decision, he cleared the air about reports stating he had signed a 5 fight extension, as well as making it clear that he will continue to train as a professional fighter.

PRO MMA: Roger, thank you for joining us today.
HUERTA: No problem.

PRO MMA: It had been originally reported back in early December that you did indeed sign the five fight contract extension. Your manager (Jeff Clark) told me that you did have the contract and had the intent to sign it, but had a change of heart over the holidays. Is that true?


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The Legend is Back

What is it exactly that makes a Legend? Is it championships? Is it long lustrous careers? Is it victories over big name opponents? Mark Coleman (15-8 MMA, 6-3 UFC) possesses every one of those attributes, along with being inducted into the UFC hall of fame and being credited by many as the creator of the ground and pound. For someone as accomplished and successful as Coleman, legend may be an understatement.

Mark Coleman talked to the guys at Fight Network Radio (www.hardcoresportsradio.com) about his excitement of getting back into the UFC and back into the cage, “Well, I’m happy to be back in the cage. I prefer the cage. I prefer UFC rules and uh ya know I don’t know what Shogun prefers, but I like the cage. I think it’s gonna favor me a little bit, but were gonna have to wait and see,” Coleman said.

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THE INFO episode 7 – PRO MMA podcast

PRO MMA‘s (http://promma.info) Editor, Jack Bratcher joined Matt and “The Mad One” on this special Friday night edition of THE INFO. The boys discussed the latest news regarding Roger Huerta, Quinton Jackson, as well as the Affliction 2: Day of Reckoning conference call. Matt talked about his interview with Roger Huerta regarding his recent contract … Read more

Junie Browning likely to face Cole Miller in Nashville

UFC Fight Night 18’s only confirmed fight so far is Efrain Escudero (11-0) vs. Jeremy Stephens (14-3).

However, reports are now surfacing that “The Ultimate Fighter” season eight bad boy, Junie Browning (3-0) will likely face American Top Team’s Cole Miller (14-3) at the event.

Browning, a Kentucky native, is sure to have a lot of fans and friends show up to support him in the Volunteer State. The bout between Browning and Miller has been verbally agreed upon but not yet signed according to our friends over at MMAJunkie.

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Roger Huerta turns down UFC

Roger Huerta apparently will not be locked into the UFC for five more fights. According to Sherdog.com, “El Matador” turned down a five fight contract in order to pursue other career ventures. The career: acting.

It had been originally reported, in early December, that the 25 year old lightweight had in fact signed a contract extension with the UFC.

While the latest news does not specify if he had indeed signed that contract or found a way out of it, Huerta appears content to try out his acting chops.

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Quinton Jackson pleads guilty

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson accepted a plea bargain Thursday morning in an Orange County courthouse in regards to a high speed chase that occurred this past summer.

Prior to accepting the plea bargain, Jackson had originally pleaded “Not Guilty” and had been facing four misdemeanors of hit and runs and reckless driving, as well as two felony counts for evading officers and evading while driving recklessly. The incident occurred on July 15th, 2008; ten days after losing his title to Forrest Griffin.

The Oragne County District Attorney’s office released a statement regarding Jackson’s plea.

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