Jason Brilz ready to test himself against “Little Nog” at UFC 114

Jason “The Hitman” Brilz (18-2-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) will face Antonio Rogerio “Minotoro” Nogueira (18-3 MMA, 1-0 UFC) in a light heavyweight fight this Saturday night on the main card at “UFC 114: Rampage vs. Evans”. Brilz got the call at the beginning of May, asking if he could fill in for UFC golden boy … Read more

Wren, Alessio, and Martinez all take home first round victories at “Ring of Fire 37: Warlords” – full results

OMAHA, Neb. – “Ring of Fire 37: Warlords” took place Friday night at the Omaha Civic Auditorium. One of the highlights of the night included the return to action of TUF 10 veteran Justin “The Viking” Wren. Wren actually became so dehydrated last night he was rushed to the emergency room where he spent the … Read more

Watch big pro MMA action tonight online as multiple story lines converge at “Ring of Fire 37: Warlords”

OMAHA, Neb. – “Ring of Fire 37: Warlords” takes place tonight, Friday, March 5, at the Omaha Civic Auditorium in Omaha, Neb. This event, which features 13 professional mixed martial arts fights with some well-known names, will be available tonight in a live online pay-per-view beginning at 7:30pm ET at GoFightLive.com. The price for the live online … Read more

Houston Alexander says he has not been cut from the UFC

Photo: Sherdog - Houston Alexander used a very uncharacteristic game plan to fight Kimbo Slice. The game plan most likely cost him his job.

Despite his recent loss to Kimbo Slice at the TUF 10 Finale, and Dana White’s insistence that Houston Alexander (9-5) would be cut from the UFC roster, the father of six claims he nor his manager, Monte Cox, have received notice of his release,  and “…until that happens, I’m not released,” says Alexander.

Maybe it’s just a matter of semantics, and the axe will drop any day now, but it has been two weeks since his Kalib Starnes-esque performance on Dec. 5. And other fighters on that same card have been released – namely, Justin Wren.

Is it possible White has had second thoughts and decided to keep Alexander, who debuted in the Octagon with a bang, knocking out both Keith Jardine and Alessio Sakara in the first round?

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