Tito Ortiz vs. Stephan Bonnar official for Bellator 131; promo turns into brawl on Spike TV (GIF)

It’s now official, UFC Hall of Famers Tito Ortiz and Stephan Bonnar will face off at Bellator 131 on Nov. 15 in San Diego. Also, Michael Chandler and Will Brooks will rematch for the vacant lightweight title on the card. Otiz and Bonnar came face to face in the Bellator cage Friday night on Spike TV … Read more

Mike Ciesnolevicz steps in for Justin McCully at UFC 95

It has been reported that IFL veteran Mike Ciesnolevicz, as a replacement for Justin McCully, will step in against Neil Grove for UFC 95 in London. An undisclosed injury has forced McCully off the card. Although Ciesnolevicz normally competes at light heavyweight, this fight will remain in the heavyweight division. The bout will be both fighters’ UFC debut.

The Miletich Fighting System’s product carried an undefeated record into the IFL in June of 2006. During his time in the promotion he went 5-3 with one ‘no contest’. Since the IFL closed their doors Ciesnolevicz has gone 3-0 bringing his career record to 16-3 (1 NC). Most recently he submitted Derek Mehman via guillotine choke at Adrenaline MMA’s second card.

See proof of Mike Ciesnolevicz’s hard head after the jump…

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Corey Hill vs. Dale Hartt (& UFN 16 prelims)

Here it is: the leg kick heard ’round the world. Corey Hill vs. Dale Hartt at UFC Fight Night 16: Fight for the Troops. We can only hope that Corey makes a full recovery and can continue his career with the UFC and competing in professional mma.

Here are the other un-aired preliminary bouts from UFC: Fight for the Troops

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UFC Fight Night 16: Fight for the Troops – results & play by play

UFC Fight Night 16: Fight for the Troops took place tonight in Fayetteville, North Carolina and was broadcast live on SPIKE TV.

There were some great fights for a great cause. A few highlights were Steve Cantwell’s arm breaking submission, Dale Hartt’s leg-breaking kick, and Josh Koscheck’s complete wrecking of Yoshiyuki Yoshida.

It’s always entertaining when there’s a terrible referee and Joe Rogan starts going off on them on air.

In between the fights, viewers got to learn about TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and hear the stories of surviving veterans. The main purpose of the show was so UFC fans can help raise funds for the National Intrepid Center for Excellence at http://fallenheroesfund.ufc.com.

Here’s how the fights went down:

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He’s Baaaaaack! Gabriel Gonzaga Bounces Back at UFC 86 With a Bang!

by: Jack Bratcher Gabriel Gonzaga bounces back into the winning side of things with a huge heavyweight bang! The first mistake his opponent, Justin McCully, makes is wanting to trade leg kicks with the beast. First MicCully throws a couple of leg kicks that Gonzaga checks and then BAM! Gonzaga throws one leg kick that … Read more