Exclusive: Elvis Sinosic explains injury that took him out of UFC 110

Old school UFC fans were excited when it was announced “The King of Rock n’ Rumble” Elvis Sinosic would be fighting at UFC 110 in Australia. Looking back on his time with the UFC takes fans back mentally to the “glory days” of the promotion, right after the Zuffa takeover, in that period leading up … Read more

UFC 110 press conference notable quotes

The tension between Wanderlei Silva and Michael Bisping was the highlight of Thursday’s UFC 110 press conference in Australia. Bisping complained that Silva had not been showing him the respect he deserves, so he planned to take that respect from him in their fight. The two bickered back and forth throughout the meeting. At one … Read more

UFC 110 spotlight: Elvis Sinosic – a ProMMAnow.com exclusive interview

When it was first announced the UFC would be holding an event in Australia, UFC President Dana White said in a MMAJunkie Radio interview there would be one person for sure involved, and that was Elvis Sinosic. White said, “We love that kid. He’s the best. He’s always been such a good kid to us. … Read more

Elvis Sinosic gets opportunity to settle the score in rematch with Chris Haseman at UFC 110 in Australia

Elvis Sinosic returns to the Octagon at UFC 110.

“The King of Rock and Rumble” Elvis Sinosic (8-11-2) is scheduled to return to the Octagon on Feb. 21 to face fellow Aussie Chris “The Hammer” Haseman (20-16-0) in a rematch at UFC 110 at Acer Arena is Sydney, Australia. It will be the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s first foray into “The Land Down Under.”

The match-up, announced by the Brisbane Times on Thursday, will give Sinosic the opportunity to settle a score that goes all the way back to 1997 when the two first fought at “Caged Combat 1: Australian Ultimate Fighting” (you would get sued for that name today). Haseman won via first round submission. The technique he used? Fight Finder states: “chin to the eye.”

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The King Lives! – a PRO MMA exclusive with Elvis Sinosic

by:  Jack Bratcher

I recently had the great honor of speaking to one of the icons and forefathers of modern day mixed martial arts.  His first fight in the UFC took place just after the Zuffa takeover and he remained a staple within that organization for years.  

His last fight was at Cage Rage 24 in December 2007 in England. Following that bout, he took a break from professional competition and his presence has been noticeably missing from the international MMA scene since.  

At 37 years of age he has spent the last year running his gym and imparting his vast wisdom and knowledge to the next generation of mixed martial artists.  However, he made it clear to me that he is not retired and 2009 could very well be the return of the King.

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