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Diego Sanchez 'on another level,' would beat Anthony Pettis 'nine times out of 10'

But in order to prove it, "The Dream" needs to start winning fights. Diego Sanchez is becoming one of the most talked about and entertaining figures in all of mixed martial arts (MMA). "The Dream" is a fan favorite who always bringsShow More Summary

Diego Sanchez insists he hasn't been hit hard and isn't taking a lot of damage

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) veteran Diego Sanchez has been under contract with the promotion since 2005, taking part in a series of unforgettable wars for nearly a decade. But while it may seem like he's taking a tremendous amount of damage, it's really just a bunch of cuts that make him look more wounded than he actually is. Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez Faces Ross Pearson at UFC Fight Night 42 in Albuquerque

Despite a loss to Myles Jury earlier this month, UFC lightweight Diego Sanchez isn't waiting around for his next fight. With the UFC heading to his adopted hometown of Albuquerque, N.M. in June, Sanchez will jump immediately into another...Show More Summary

Conor McGregor Slams Diego Sanchez, Jose Aldo and Ricardo Lamas

Top 15 UFC featherweight Conor McGregor has been on the shelf since tearing his ACL in August, but that hasn't stopped him from angling for a big fight for his return to the cage. In an interview with Irish independent radio station News Talk, transcription per David St. Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez Avoids Bowel Surgery, Will Face Ross Pearson at Fight Night Albuquerque in June

("The Dream" is not impressed by your moshing skills. Check out this bromoshop and more here.) Less than a day after I hinted at the possibility of 2014 becoming the true year of the injury curse, Georges St. Pierre tore his ACL while training for absolutely nothing. Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez vs Ross Pearson booked for UFC Fight Night on June 7 in Albuquerque

Can "The Dream" snap a two-fight losing streak against "The Real Deal?" Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight fan favorite Diego Sanchez will try to get back into the 155-pound win column when he throws hands against British...Show More Summary

Gallery: The Ten Greatest Diego Sanchez “Come at Me Bro”moshops (So Far)

(The original, via Getty Images.) From his gifable "YES!" chants to his performances in the octagon right down to his excuses for a loss, everything about Diego Sanchez is pure, unbridled insanity. We're talking about a guy who changed his nickname from "The Nightmare" to "The Dream" and somehow came off looking even more homicidal as a result. Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez vs Myles Jury full fight video highlights online (YouTube) from UFC 171

Where's the beef? Diego Sanchez failed to get back into the win column last Saturday night (March 15, 2014) on the pay-per-view (PPV) main card of UFC 171, getting outworked by Myles Jury inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Show More Summary

UFC 171: Examining the Future of Diego Sanchez and the Issue of Fighter Safety

Having lost comfortably to Myles Jury at UFC 171, the question facing Diego Sanchez is where should he go next? Stick around in any sport for long enough and the competition will eventually surpass you. This fact is so well established...Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez Says Food Poisoning Contributed to UFC 171 Loss to Myles Jury

One of the winners on the first season of The Ultimate Fighter, Diego Sanchez, believes a bad dinner choice after the UFC 171 weigh-ins cost him against surging prospect Myles Jury. The Greg Jackson's MMA fighter took to Twitter this...Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez Blames UFC 171 Loss to Myles Jury on Raw Quail Egg

(Sanchez grimaces as the raw meat works its intestinal magic. / Photo via Getty) You read the headline right. Diego Sanchez took to twitter earlier today to explain why he lost to Miles Jury at UFC 171. It wasn't due to age, strategy, or simply fighting from a previous era. No, the culprit was steak tar tar with a side of raw quail egg:

UFC 171 results: 'Weak' Diego Sanchez blames loss to Myles Jury on food poisoning

Because he fell off the Mike Dolce wagon and devoured some rotten meat. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight Diego Sanchez had a sickening performance on the pay-per-view (PPV) main card of UFC 171 (results here), which took...Show More Summary

UFC 171 results recap: Myles Jury vs Diego Sanchez fight review and analysis

Up-and-coming UFC lightweight Myles Jury had his work cut out for him against Diego Sanchez at UFC 171 last night (March 15, 2014) from Dallas, Texas. His toughest test didn't prove to be all that hard, however, as Jury proved he's ready for the big time by outclassing the highly experienced Sanchez. Show More Summary

UFC 171 Results: 10 Burning Questions Heading into UFC Fight Night 38

UFC 171 is in the books. The results are as follows: UFC 171 Main Card Johny Hendricks def. Robbie Lawler, Unanimous decision (48-47, 48-47, 48-47) Tyron Woodley def. Carlos Condit, TKO (Round 2, 2:00) Myles Jury def. Diego Sanchez, Unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) Hector Lombard def. Show More Summary

UFC 171 Results: What We Learned from Myles Jury vs. Diego Sanchez

In a showdown between the old guard and new guard of the lightweight division, Diego Sanchez faced off with Myles Jury. Jury entered the fight with an undefeated record and a big 2012 win over Michael Johnson. Sanchez, meanwhile, was...Show More Summary

UFC 171 results: Myles Jury scores decision win over Diego Sanchez

Myles Jury earned a decision victory over Diego Sanchez at tonight's UFC 171 pay-per-view in Dallas. Promoted as a "crossroads" fight, Diego Sanchez returned to the cage tonight (Sat., Mar. 15, 2014) at UFC 171: "Hendricks vs. Lawler" at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, to battle upstart Myles Jury. Show More Summary

Myles "Fury" Jury says all the pressure is on Diego Sanchez in tonight's fight at UFC 171

Myles "Fury" Jury was a guest on MMAmania's 'Darce Side Radio' recently and he spoke about his UFC 171 matchup against Diego Sanchez that takes place tonight at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. When Myles "Fury" Jury steps...Show More Summary

UFC 171: Myles Jury Seeks to Make His Name off Diego Sanchez

Myles Jury is 13-0, and the talented 25-year-old will meet No. 15-ranked Diego Sanchez at UFC 171 on Saturday. The lightweight division has a lot of talent but few legitimate contenders. Jury wants to get into the mix at 155 pounds. Defeating...Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez vs Myles Jury full fight video preview online for UFC 171

Although he's lost two of his last three fights, Diego Sanchez is still a force to be reckoned with and at tonight's (Sat., March 15, 2014) UFC 171: "Hendricks vs. Lawler" pay-per-view (PPV) at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, Myles Jury will put his undefeated record on the line against the scrappy veteran of the Octagon. Show More Summary

Catch the ‘UFC 171: Hendricks vs. Lawler’ Weigh-Ins LIVE Right Here Starting at 5 p.m. EST

Live from the South Side Ballroom at Gilley’s Dallas in Texas, all 26 fighters competing on tomorrow's UFC 171: Hendricks vs. Lawler event are hitting the scales today starting at 5 p.m. EST. Will Diego Sanchez cartwheel his way to the stage? Will Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler have a good old fashioned dip spit-off? Only one way to find out, Nation.

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