Kimbo Slice look-a-like contest

It’s true, there can be only one Kimbo Slice, but it’s also true that today in Miramar, Florida (Thursday morning Oct. 2), there will be a Kimbo Slice look-a-like contest from 6am-9am at Radio Station BIG 105.9 (in the parking lot of Clear Channel Radio Group). The address is 7601 Riviera Blvd., Miramar, Florida 33023. For questions, contact: Toast (954) 734-0921.

I know it’s a little early for Halloween but get your beards ready, shave a design in your chest hair, get your gold chains and gold teeth, shave some lines in your wig, and get on down there to BIG 105.9 and get your Kimbo on. Now if you’re going to imitate Kimbo first of all, do you really think he wakes up at 6am? Damn that’s early. I will say this, you’re a hardcore fan if you make it to this contest! Good luck…and we want pictures!

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The UFC is Headed to Ireland – Big Fights Announced

by:  Cory Brady

The UFC has just announced that UFC 93 will take take place in Dublin, Ireland and is all set for January 17th.  This card is already taking shape to be an awesome start to 2009 for the UFC. With two big fights already announced, many fans are salivating at a chance to catch this card and scrambling to make travel arrangements to Dublin.

The first fight announced is a long awaited match up between superstars Rich Franklin and Dan Henderson. Although Henderson fought his last fight at 185 pounds this fight is set to be a light heavyweight contest. Rich recently moved up from 185 to 205 and looked impressive with a win over TUF veteran Matt Hammil and Henderson is a former Pride champion at 205 so the weight should not be an issue for either fighter. If anything it will assure that both men are as powerful as possible in what should be an exciting fight filled with fireworks. This fight should answer a lot of questions about both fighters and the direction they are heading.

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Pancrase Shining 8 Results

Pancrase’s Shining 8 took place yesterday in Tokyo, Japan at the Korakuen Hall.  Here’s how things went down: Kiyotaka Shimizu vs. Takuma Ishii ended in a Draw Yasutomo Tanaka vs. Hayato Shimizu ended in a Draw Maximo Blanco defeats Hiroki Aoki via TKO Round 1 Yuichiro Shirai vs. Ranki Kawana ended in a Draw Takenori … Read more

TUF 8 – Episode 3 Re-cap


By Denny “The Mad One” Hodge

The 32 has been trimmed to 16, and those 16 earned their way into the TUF House. The episode starts with some background on some of the fighters, then it’s on to the injury update with one LW and one LHW, and their fractured noses. Both Brian McLaughlin and Karn Grigoryan know that there is a possibility that for now, their UFC dreams may be over. Dana lets both fighters know that the NSAC has decided that they cannot compete, and that they have been placed on 180-day suspensions. As a result both must go home, and they respond with some serious silence and stalling prompting Dana to tell them, “You got to walk out that door, there.”

With that business complete, the replacement fighters are to be named and Light-Heavyweight Kyle Kingsbury is the first to be named. The replacement for the LW’s will be a “mystery” fighter, and the coaches agree that he will be the last pick following the team selections.

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Chris Leben interview – TLOS exclusive

Coming off two big highlight reel wins, well-rested and well-prepared for his upcoming main event bout, Chris Leben is ready to return to the Octagon on October 18.

Leben discussed his past success and future plans, which include teaching at his new gym in Hawaii, while a recent guest on The Lights Out Show (http://www.thelightsoutshow.com), a content partner of PRO MMA (http://promma.info).

Chris “The Crippler” Leben will face Michael “The Count” Bisping at UFC 89 in Birmingham, England. The event will air free on Spike TV at 9pm ET/PT.

Leben had some legal issues which stifled plans to fight Bisping earlier this year. Now with all that behind him, the TUF veteran is “super excited and super amped” on getting back in there and doing what he does best, slugging it out and entertaining the fans.

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The Cole Miller Show episode 1

Cole Miller is one of the UFC’s top lightweight contenders.  He had a beautiful win over BJJ phenom and instructor Jorge Gurgel back In July at UFC 86.  Recently, Cole just came off a knee surgery which most likely helped him find the time during recovery to update and revamp his website, www.colemiller.com.

Cole has also started a new video series called “The Cole Miller Show” which can also be viewed regularly on his site.  What makes this concept unique is that he lives with two other well-known fighters: his brother Micah Miller of WEC fame and the house jester Blake Bowman, one of the stars of TUF 6.   With that crew of personalities, there is no telling what kind of antics we may see. Here is episode 1 of “The Cole Miller Show”:

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Results of “This is SHIDO!” 7 in Germany

Results of the Fights at “This is SHIDO!” 7 on September 28th 2008 in Stuttgart:

Fight 1, Men -70 kg Preliminary Match: Marco Stojanovic (Kamikaze Dojo Nürtingen) vs. Raphael Michels (Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Prüm). Winner Rahphael Michels after 4:10 minutes in round 1 by Front-Choke

Fight 2, Men -84 kg Semifinal Match: Björn Lubach (JKD Villingen-Schwenningen) vs. Michael Heist (Sakura Dojo Lossburg). Winner Michael Heist after 0:50 minutes in round 1 by Triangle-Choke

Fight 3, Men -84 kg Semifinal Match: Loic Marty (French Top Team) vs. Igor Montes-Kircher (Team German Oak Stuttgart). Winner Igor Montes-Kircher after 2 rounds by Unanimous Decision 3:0

Fight 4, Men -70 kg Semifinal Match: Marshall Ferris (Craig’s Jiu-Jitsu/USA) vs. Miroslav Neralic (Sakura Dojo Lossburg). Winner Miroslav Neralic after 2:37 minutes in round 1 by Armbar

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Krazy Horse, you got choked the F out maaan!

by:  Cory Brady

Many of you hardcore mma fan’s out there may recall Charles “Krazy Horse” Bennett telling a wild tale about getting mercilessly jumped at the hands of Chute Boxe after the PRIDE Shockwave 2005 event. According to Krazy Horse he knocked Wanderlei Silva out cold after he woke up from the “brutal jumping”.  I guess Krazy Horse didn’t anticipate that the entire event was caught on tape when he made those outrageous statements. As you can see in this video, his story just doesn’t hold weight.

Cristiano Marcello has a few choice words for Krazy Horse to which Krazy responds by bullrush tackling Marcello. As evident in the video all the members of Chute Boxe respectfully step aside and let the two fight it out amongst themselves. Needless to say it doesn’t end very well for Krazy Horse and all that talk about knocking out The Axe Murderer after he woke up, well let’s just say we’re not buying it.

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Gina Carano talks Kelly Kobold and Cristiane “Cyborg” Santos

Gina Carano talks with Sherdog’s Loretta Hunt about her upcoming fight with Kelly Kobold and also discusses a possible future fight with Cristiane “Cyborg” Santos. If Carano can get past Kobold, many people think she may meet her match against the Chute Boxe Cyborg, Cris Santos. These girls are bringing some of the most exciting … Read more