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Anthony ‘Rumble’ Johnson talks hand injury, Mike Kyle, Tyrone Spong and WSOF future *VIDEO*

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ProMMAnow.com talks with Anthony "Rumble" Johnson (15-4), who is currently riding a five-fight win streak (three by way of (T)KO) and is 2-0 inside the World Series of Fighting cage. The former UFC light heavyweight standout was scheduled to return to action on Sept. 14 against Mike Kyle at WSOF 5, but suffered a hand injury and was forced to withdraw from the bout. Read More »

The Vidonic Chronicles: I Have Been Working on Everything…

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A lot has happened since my last blog, I took a slight step back to evaluate what was going on with me, on all levels. This whole year has been an eye opening experience, in both positive and negative ways. I know I am a true sportsman in both victory and loss. I take a defeat and use it to build myself stronger, never allowing myself to make that mistake again. Read More »

Interview: Miesha Tate thinks ‘karma is going to bite Ronda Rousey in the butt’ *VIDEO*

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ProMMAnow.com reporter Dan "The Wolfman" Theodore caught up with former Strikeforce women's Bantamweight champ and current UFC women's Bantamweight top contender Miesha Tate at the UFC World Tour Press Conference in Los Angeles earlier this week. After first calling out Dan about some previous comments he'd made about her, Tate talked about her arch nemesis Ronda Rousey and their upcoming title fight. Read More »

Dana White on a potential return for Paul Daley: ‘I thought he hated the UFC?’

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UFC president Dana White recently gave his thoughts on the possibility of British welterweight fighter Paul Daley returning to the UFC. "Semtex" is currently riding a four fight winning streak and was recently released from his contract with Bellator, so it will be interesting to see if the UFC are prepared to forget Daley's troublesome past and give him a second chance in the Octagon. Read More »

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