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Bjorn Rebney Bellator 106 post-fight interview *VIDEO*

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Pro MMA Now reporter Daniel Theodore caught up with Bellator frontman Bjorn Rebney following Saturday's Bellator 106 event in Long Beach, Calif. Rebney gave his take on the night's action including Eddie Alvarez's win over Michael Chandler, Daniel Straus' win over Pat Curran, Emanuel Newton's win over King Mo and all the rest. Read More »

Interview with Fight Master winner Joe ‘Diesel’ Riggs *VIDEO*

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Yesterday we showed you Quinton "Rampage" Jackson slapping the sh*t out of Pro MMA Now reporter Dan "The Wolfman" Theodore. Today, we have for you a one-on-one interview with longtime MMA veteran and Fight Master winner Joe Riggs, who took home $100,000 with his unanimous decision win over Mike Bronzoulis Saturday night at Bellator 106. Thankfully for "Wolfman" he was not injured during the taping of this interview. Read More »

CFA 12 highlights and results


Ashlee Evans-Smith (2-0) was the big winner on the night in Coral Gables Florida at CFA 12. The featherweight was looking to upset Fallon Fox (3-1) in the CFA tournament and bank herself $20,000. That is exactly what she did. Evans-Smith pounded her way to victory in the third round after a very hard fought fight. Read More »

Erick Silva vs Dong Hyun Kim breakdown

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The co-main event of the UFC Fight Night 29 card in Barueri, Brazil is a battle between welterweight contenders Erick Silva and the "Stun Gun" Dong Hyun Kim. This is more than just a match up between two great welterweights, but also a match up to determine who is a contender and who is a gatekeeper. So without any ado, I give you my thoughts and breakdown of the match up. Read More »

Leo Frincu: How intense is your training?

Coach Leo Frincu with one of his star pupils, former UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey

I have trained people with various goals. From getting into a wedding gown or losing the baby weight to winning the UFC world championship belt or jiu jitsu/boxing world title, there’s not much difference in the type of exercises one’s performing. It’s the strength and intensity that separates a professional athlete from a regular person. Read More »

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