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Khabib Nurmagomedov Details Melee with Nick Diaz's Crew at WSOF 22

Words like “barn-burner” and “slobber-knocker” could be used to describe World Series of Fighting 22, and we’re not talking about the action inside the cage. Mayhem and panic spilled onto the floor at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino...Show More Summary

Here Are Those Videos of Khabib Nurmagomedov and the Diaz Bros Brawling at WSOF 22

Although the Diaz brothers have always struck me as the epitome of professionalism and class both inside and out of the octagon, it appears that even the most mild-mannered personalities can come unglued from time to time. Just moments...Show More Summary

GLORY 23 predictions contest: Win bad ass signed gloves, become an instant MMAmania.com legend!

You are just three correct fight picks away from immortal MMAmania.com GLORY... This weekend (Fri., Aug. 7, 2015) marks another one-night, four-man Middleweight tournament for the foremost kickboxing league on the planet, GLORY. AndShow More Summary

Will Ronda Rousey, Conor McGregor share mega-UFC 194 at Dallas' AT&T Stadium?

Could Ronda Rousey and Conor McGregor, currently the UFC’s two biggest draws, co-headline a UFC pay-per-view in December? The UFC is looking that direction. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

UFC 190 Results: Ronda Rousey, Bethe Correia and the Art of Selling Wolf Tickets

Lying facedown on the canvas, Bethe Correia saw things clearly for the first time in a long time. If only for a few, hazy milliseconds—trapped between the conscious realm and the unconscious one— Correia ’s cloud of puffery dissolved,...Show More Summary

T.J. Dillashaw: Dominick Cruz Doesn't Deserve a Title Shot

It’s easy to imagine how former UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz might be bitter. He never actually lost his belt. It was taken from him due to circumstance. His brain lights up with the knowledge of one of the greatest champions in MMA history. Show More Summary

Ronda Rousey More Than Just the World's 'Most Dominant Athlete'

Perfection is a false construct. But in the here and now, Ronda Rousey, dubbed the world's most dominant athlete by Jon Wertheim of Sports Illustrated, seems as close to perfect as one might get. It's a completely unfair label to saddle on anyone. Show More Summary

Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor, Ronda Rousey vs. Miesha Tate 3 targeted for Dec. 5 at Dallas Cowboy Stadium

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is hoping to finally stage a pay-per-view (PPV) event at AT&T Stadium -- formerly known as Dallas Cowboys Stadium -- on Dec. 5, 2015. And when the world's largest mixed martial arts (MMA) organization...Show More Summary

Rousey vs Cyborg: Considering the Stakes, It's Hard to Separate Fact and Fiction

Ronda Rousey just torched another overmatched challenger in a matter of seconds. This time it was Bethe Correia, who found her face on UFC 190 posters opposite the undisputed ruler of female combat sports in the modern era. When they met face-to-face in real life, it was much more violent than a photoshopped pose and some modestly patriotic colors. Show More Summary

Rousey vs. Correia Results: Highlights and Reaction from UFC 190

There is a common theme in all of Ronda Rousey 's fights. Every time she steps into the Octagon, she does so with bad intentions and then ends matters quickly. Very quickly. That's what happened Saturday night against Bethe Correia in Rio de Janiero. Show More Summary

Dana White: Rousey vs. Cyborg Does 2.5 Million Buys, but Cyborg Must Make Weight

UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey posted yet another brutal, lopsided win at UFC 190. Unsurprisingly, the discussion both on social media and at the UFC 190 post-fight press conference (warning, NSFW language) devolved into...Show More Summary

UFC 190: Ronda Rousey's Legacy Is That of a Show(wo)man

Ronda Rousey is among the biggest stars in MMA. Maybe the biggest star. As a champion, though, she's beating overmatched foes in seconds and parading around the Octagon buoyed by the UFC's marketing muscle and the adulation of "Judo"...Show More Summary

Bethe Correia Tries to Psyche Out Ronda Rousey with Staredown at Weigh-In

Ronda Rousey is the most dangerous women's MMA fighter on the planet. It took her a combined two minutes and 34 seconds to finish her last four opponents. The most recent two finishes came in 16 seconds or fewer each. She's an animal, and everyone knows it. Show More Summary

Video: Watch UFC 190 Weigh-Ins Live, Featuring Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia

Ronda Rousey took over the Internet this week —a t least, in the sports corner of it. Even Cosmopolitan got in on the action. Rousey 's opponent, Bethe Correia, has been along for the ride. She has kept things interesting, to her credit. Show More Summary

Things Get Heated at Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia Media Staredown

Most would agree that Cat Zingano, Miesha Tate and Sara McMann were Ronda Rousey ’s most dangerous opponents on paper. However, a sleeping giant could lie inside of Bethe Correia, who is slated to challenge Rousey for the women’s bantamweight...Show More Summary

Coach Pederneiras on possibilities: Barao to 145, champ Aldo's December return

Nova Uniao head coach Andre Pederneiras has some updates on Renan Barao, who could be moving to featherweight, and featherweight champ Jose Aldo, who might return by year’s end.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

John Dodson: Jon Jones Was 'Miley Cyrus,' Not 'Hannah Montana'

Jon Jones used to shine like Leroy Green. The man known as “Bones” was all kinds of magnificent in the cage. We watched him decimate the best fighters in the world in a way few had ever done. He became arguably the greatest fighter in...Show More Summary

Fedor Emelianenko Wants Rematch with Fabricio Werdum

Fedor Emelianenko is returning to MMA, and his first order of business is to defeat the man who knocked him from his throne five years ago. The former Pride heavyweight champion’s decade-long undefeated run was a phenomenon unlike anything ever seen in MMA history. Show More Summary

Ronda Rousey: Pioneer, Megastar, Badass

Ronda Rousey climbs into a boxing ring to spar at her gym in Glendale, California, her white headgear blocking almost her entire face except for her laser-focused, intense eyes. Stitched in gold cursive across her forehead are the words "Rowdy Rousey," her nickname borrowed from professional wrestler Rowdy Roddy Piper. Show More Summary

On Georges St-Pierre, the fighter with the uncommon luxury of doing what he wants

Georges St-Pierre said he stopped fighting because he realized he was no longer having fun. It probably helped he didn’t need the extra money. Kind of makes you wonder which other MMA mainstays might make the same call if faced with the same options.Filed under: (...)

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