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UFC 164 'Prelims' preview, predictions for 'Henderson vs Pettis 2' fights on Facebook/FOX Sports 1 (Pt. 2)

One good mixed martial arts (MMA) war always deserves at least another. After sending off World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) in fantastic fashion back in 2010, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson will...Show More Summary

UFC 164: Info and Predictions for Ben Henderson vs. Anthony Pettis 2

For the first time in a long while, we have a truly stacked pay-per-view card. Almost every fight on this card is relevant near the top of its respective division, and any one of these fights could end with a finish. There are five bouts...Show More Summary

The Top Two: UFC 164's most important fights to watch this weekend in Milwaukee

Another main event equals another rematch for Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), as Lightweight champion Ben Henderson defends his title against hometown boy Anthony Pettis in a rematch from their epic World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC)...Show More Summary

UFC 164 press conference full video replay for 'Henderson vs. Pettis 2' in Milwaukee

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has assembled the cast and crew of this Saturday night's UFC 164 pay-per-view (PPV) for a media Q&A, featuring Ben Henderson, Anthony Pettis, Josh Barnett, Frank Mir, Dana White and more.

Ben Henderson vs. Anthony Pettis staredown pic from UFC 164 press conference in Milwaukee

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is locked and loaded for its next pay-per-view (PPV) fight card, UFC 164: "Henderson vs. Pettis 2," which is scheduled to shake, rattle and roll right into the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Sat. Show More Summary

UFC 164 complete fighter breakdown, Anthony 'Showtime' Pettis edition

Former World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) Lightweight champion, Anthony Pettis, will rematch Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) 155-pound kingpin, Ben Henderson, this Saturday (Aug. 31, 2013) at BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee,...Show More Summary

Jose Aldo coach will apologize to Anthony Pettis if he defeats Ben Henderson at UFC 164 then fights 'Junior'

Shortly after Jose Aldo defeated (and broke) Chan Sung Jung at UFC 163 this past weekend (Aug. 3, 2013) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, his head coach, Andre Pederneiras, went on a Brazilian radio show to accuse Anthony Pettis of faking an...Show More Summary

UFC 163 'Prelims' preview and predictions for 'Aldo vs Korean Zombie' fights on Facebook/FX (Pt. 1)

Night (Sat., Aug. 3, 2013) of the brawling dead! With a bizarre sequence of mixed martial arts (MMA) events, which culminated with Anthony Pettis challenging Ben Henderson at UFC 164, Chan Sung Jung -- who is affectionately referredShow More Summary

UFC Quick Quote: Anthony Pettis will 'break' Ben Henderson 'little by little'

"I don't really care if he's in that rhythm or not, I just know what I have to do. If he's in his rhythm, keep doing it, because I know what I have to do. Eventually one of my kicks are going to land, then one of my punches are going...Show More Summary

Ben Henderson Trainer: Anthony Pettis ‘Showtime Kick’ at WEC 53 was a 'fluke'

As Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson prepares to defend his title against Anthony Pettis at UFC 164 on Aug. 31, 2013, "Smooth" will undoubtedly have to deal with the constant reminders of the now-infamous...Show More Summary

Josh Thomson 'begging' for 'tough' fights to fast-track UFC title shot, starting with T.J. Grant

He lobbied for a fight against Anthony Pettis, but it failed to pay dividends when "Showtime" was pegged to face Ben Henderson at UFC 164. Now, Josh Thomson has turned his attention to another top lightweight -- and former No. 1-ranked 155-pound contender -- T.J. Show More Summary

Gamblers Beware: Anthony Pettis Currently Listed As a Slight Favorite Over Ben Henderson

(I mean, I guess pulling this off could be considered an advantage. I guess.) This might not come as all that big a shock to you, but there's been a slight shift in the UFC 163  UFC 164 odds as of late. Mainly, that of the main event  featherweight  lightweight title bout between Jose Aldo  Ben Henderson and T.J. Show More Summary

Khabib Nurmagomedov: 'If T.J. Grant is the next UFC lightweight contender, let him prove it by beating me'

Shit just got real (again). Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight contender T.J. Grant was expected to challenge Ben Henderson for the promotion's 155-pound title next month in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Unfortunately, the Canadian...Show More Summary

T.J. Grant isn't 'scared' to fight anyone, no guaranteed title shot upon UFC return

On the brink of finally vying for an Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) world title, T.J. Grant suffered an untimely concussion in training which forced him off his fight against Lightweight champion Ben Henderson which was set toShow More Summary

Point/Counterpoint: Arguments for and against TJ Grant's timely injury ahead of UFC 164 title fight

In case you missed it, T.J. Grant is hurt and out of his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight title fight against Ben Henderson. Former WEC champion and the last man to beat "Smooth" -- Anthony Pettis -- will get his long-awaited...Show More Summary

Ben Henderson vs. Anthony Pettis set as new UFC 164 main event with T.J. Grant injured

The injury bug has hit an Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) main event once again as T.J. Grant has been forced out of his UFC 164 lightweight championship bout against Benson Henderson due to an injury. Replacing Grant in the headlining...Show More Summary

UFC lightweight champion Ben Henderson wins two gold medals in first Brazilian jiu-jitsu tournament as a black belt

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Just over a year ago, UFC lightweight champion Ben Henderson was getting tapped in the brown belt division at a Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) tournament, but the "Smooth" one was not deterred and...Show More Summary

UFC 164: TJ Grant slams 'disrespectful' Anthony Pettis for 'dirty, low class' attempt at stealing lightweight title shot

Back of the line, bucko. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight number one contender, T.J. Grant, will challenge reigning division champion Ben Henderson for the 155-pound strap at the upcoming UFC 164 pay-per-view (PPV) event,...Show More Summary

Josh Thomson wants to fight Ben Henderson, not 'little dogs' like Diego Sanchez

Former Strikeforce Lightweight Champion Josh Thomson doesn't have time for the little people dogs. Following his technical knockout win over Nate Diaz at UFC on FOX 7, which took place at the HP Pavilion back on April 20, 2013 in San...Show More Summary

Anthony Pettis Out Six Weeks With Torn Meniscus, Ben Henderson Conspiracy Theory Officially Debunked

(A visibly ecstatic Grant reacts to the news.)  Good news, Potato Nation, we can all officially put to rest the theory that Anthony Pettis was faking an injury to steal T.J. Grant's title shot against Ben Henderson. After news detailing...Show More Summary

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