Gina Carano’s newest gig…

Gina Carano will take a break from fighting to star in 'Knockout.'
Gina Carano will take a break from fighting to star in 'Knockout.'

I know we were all hoping for Gina Carano to make an instant comeback from her loss to Cris Cyborg; but as my momma always says, “You can want in one hand and crap in the other and see which one fills up faster.”

What does this mean? It means Gina will not be in the cage for quite awhile. Instead, she has signed a deal to star in Steven Soderbergh’s newest flick Knockout. With plans to begin production in late January and filming to take place in Ireland, Turkey, and the US, Gina will be pretty tied up for the next year and a half.

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Spencer Fisher to face Joe Stevenson at UFC 104 in Los Angeles on Oct. 24

Spencer “The King” Fisher will be facing Joe “Daddy” Stevenson at “UFC 104: Machida vs. Rua,” set to take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif. on Oct. 24. A source close to Fisher confirmed the lightweight bout with PRO MMA ( on Monday.

Fisher (23-4) is on a three-fight win streak with his last fight being a three round unanimous decision victory over Caol Uno at UFC 99 back in June. Prior to that, he defeated Shannon Gugerty at UFC 90 last October, and Jeremy Stephens at the TUF 7 Finale in June 2008.

Stevenson (30-10) was last inside the Octagon at the TUF 9 Finale in June where he took home a unanimous decision victory over Nate Diaz. He was coming off back-to-back losses, to Diego Sanchez and Kenny Forian, at UFC 95 and 91 respectively.

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“UFC 99: The Comeback” live results & play-by-play

“UFC 99: The Comeback” takes place Saturday, June 13, 2009 in Cologne, Germany. As always, PRO MMA ( is providing live round-by-round updates and results. Due to the time difference, the pay-per-view portion of the card starts in the U.S. at 3:00pm ET/12:00pm PT.

In the main event, Rich “Ace” Franklin takes on “The Axe Murderer” in a catch-weight bout. Mirko Cro Cop makes his return against Mostapha Al-Turk, Spencer “The King” Fisher takes on Caol Uno, and Marcus “The Irish Hand-Grenade” Davis takes on England’s Dan Hardy in a highly-anticipated bad blood match.

Quick Results:

John Hathaway def. Ricky Story by unanimous decision
Stefan Struve def. Denis Stojnic by rear naked choke rd2
Paul Kelly def. Roli Delgado by unanimous decision
Paul Taylor def. Peter Sobotta by unanimous decision
Dennis Siver def. Dale Hartt by rear naked choke rd1
Terry Etim def. Justin Buchholz by D’arce choke rd2
Dan Hardy def. Marcus Davis by split decision
Spencer Fisher def. Caol Uno by unanimous decision
Mike Swick def. Ben Saunders by TKO (punches) rd2
Mirko Filipovic def. Mostapha Al-Turk by TKO (punches) rd1
Cain Velasquez def. Cheick Kongo by unanimous decision
Rich Franklin def. Wanderlei Silva by unanimous decision

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UFC 99 Spotlight: Spencer Fisher – PRO MMA exclusive interview

This Saturday, June 13, 2009, UFC veteran Spencer “The King” Fisher (22-4) will face MMA legend Caol Uno (25-11-4) as the UFC makes mixed martial arts history by holding their first ever event in Germany with “UFC 99: The Comeback.”

PRO MMA ( recently had the privilege of speaking with Spencer about fighting at historic UFC 99 and how he feels he matches up against Uno who is making his return to the Octagon after a six year absence.

Spencer talked about his most recent fight with Shannon Gugerty at UFC 90, gave his opinion and prediction on several high profile fights and fighters, and also shared his thoughts about a certain Cole Miller who recently called out the winner of the Uno vs. Fisher fight. — For your convenience, we have provided the interview in both audio and typed format.

SPENCER FISHER interview (audio):

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by:  Jack Bratcher

Matt Riddle vs. Dante Rivera (Riddle=Team Rampage, Rivera=Team Forrest)
Round 1 – Dante comes out swingin and with a leg kick. Clinch against the cage. Knees to Riddle’s head within clinch. Elbow by Riddle.. Knees by both still clinched. Someone’s mouthpiece flew out; looks like Dante’s. Ref lets him put it back in. Restarts action. Two big swinging overhand lefts by Rivera that miss. Clinched against cage again.. Riddle with the plum. Riddle with underhooks. Knee by Dante to the head. Leg kick by Dante twice. Right hand by Riddle. Trip by Riddle gets Dante down and delivers elbows. Riddle backs up and the bell rings.

Round 2 – Takedown by Riddle. Side control but backs out and throws some leg kicks. Rivera on his back…Rivera stands up. Clinched against the cage. Foot stomps by Riddle. Knees by Riddle. Big overhand left by Dante. Misses and Riddle gets a takedown. Full mount by Riddle, Dante reverses it and escapes. Dante is now on top in Riddle’s full gaurd. Elbows by Riddle from the bottom. Riddle looks good from the bottom looking for a triangle. Holy shit. Elbows by Riddle into Dante’s ribs, still in the triangle. Dante finally gets out as bell rings. Fucking aye that was great. Dante is the jiu-jitsu specialist so that was extra sweet for Riddle.


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