Metamoris 5: Kazushi Sakuraba vs. Renzo Gracie (Trailer)

At Pride 10 in August 2000 in Saitama, Japan, Kazushi Sakuraba broke Renzo Gracie‘s arm and submitted him with a kimura. He had already beaten Royler and Royce Gracie before that and was henceforth known as “The Gracie Hunter”. Renzo said, “I failed Jiu-Jitsu that day.” But at Metamoris 5 on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014, Renzo will … Read more

Metamoris 4 live results, updates and GIFs

Submission only grappling goes down tonight in Los Angeles with Metamoris 4. Despite a price increase to $30 for the PPV – and they don’t take PayPal, and despite they aren’t credentialing media to cover the event live, we went ahead and popped down the money so you won’t have to if that is your … Read more

Countdown to the Metamoris Heavyweight Title: Dean Lister vs. Josh Barnett | VIDEO

It’s catch-wrestling vs. BJJ when ADCC champion Dean Lister and UFC heavyweight Josh Barnett clash for the Metamoris Heavyweight Title on Saturday, Aug. 9th in Los Angeles. Go behind-the-scenes in this Metamoris 4 Countdown video as Lister and Barnett share their thoughts on competing against one another, the respect they have for one another, and … Read more

Metamoris releases official statement regarding Chael Sonnen: Drugs won’t help him against Galvao

Metamoris Founder Ralek Gracie has released the following statement regarding Chael Sonnen, his recent failed drug tests, and his participation in the upcoming Metamoris 4 event being held August 9th in L.A. Sonnen’s involvement in the event is (was?) quite a boon for the grappling community, and it would definitely suck for the promotion to … Read more

Metamoris 4 official trailer: Barnett vs. Lister, Sonnen vs. Galvao

Metamoris continues to elevate the world of grappling by putting on intriguing matches people want to see. For their upcoming event on Aug. 9 in Los Angeles, the organization is bringing in none other than Chael P. Sonnen, hot off his UFC exodus. Sonnen will face BJJ god Andre Galvao, 3rd degree black belt and … Read more

“MFC 23: Unstoppable” live play-by-play commentary & results

Photo courtesy of MFC - Thales Leities faces Dean Lister in the MFC 23 main event.

UFC veterans Thales Leites and Dean Lister face each other tonight in the main event at “MFC 23: Unstoppable”, which takes place at the River Cree Resort and Casino, just outside Edmonton, Alberta. Co-main event action features a middleweight bout between Solomon Hutcherson and Jason MacDonald. And another UFC veteran, Marvin “The Beast Man” Eastman, will take on Dwayne Lewis in a light heavyweight showdown.

Stick with us here at ProMMA.info tonight as we provide LIVE play-by-play, round-by-round commentary. If you have HDNet, you can catch the fights live beginning at 9PM CT/10PM ET.

“MFC 23: Unstoppable” quick results:

•Nick Penner def Ryan Fortin by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 2 (3:31)
•Ryan Machan def. Kajan Johnson by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 1 (3:30)
•Billy Hua def. Kenny Hamilton by TKO (punches) Rd 2 (:20)
•Jesse Juarez def. Joe Cristopher by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
•Dwayne Lewis def. Marvin Eastman  by TKO (punches) Rd1 (4:58)
•Bryan Baker def. Art Santore by unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28)
•Ryan Jimmo def. Emanuel Newton by unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
•Jason MacDonald def. Solomon Hutcherson by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)*
•Thales Leites def. Dean Lister (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

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    “MFC 23: Unstoppable” weigh-in results & photo gallery

    Thales Leities faces Dean Lister in the MFC 23: UNSTOPPABLE main event on Dec. 4.

    Main eventers Thales Leites and Dean Lister were both perfect on the scales in their preparation for MFC 23: Unstoppable to be held Friday, December 4 at the River Cree Resort and Casino, just outside Edmonton, Alberta.

    That middleweight clash, which headlines the card airing live on HDNet Fights, leads a nine-fight event before the MFC’s 18th consecutive sold-out crowd. Lister hit the scale at 185 while Leites hit at 185 1/2.

    Fellow middleweights Solomon Hutcherson and Jason MacDonald, who will be the night’s co-main event, also had no trouble making the limit – Hutcherson at 184 and MacDonald at 185 1/2. The third middleweight bout on the televised card will forge ahead with Art Santore, who weighed in at 185 1/2, taking on Bryan Baker, who stepped off at 183 1/2.

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