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Diego Costa, Alexis Sanchez Better Value Than Angel Di Maria, Says Michael Owen

Former Manchester United and England star Michael Owen has criticised the Red Devils' record signing Angel Di Maria, saying both Diego Costa and Alexis Sanchez appear to be much better "value" than the £60 million player. Chisanga Malata of the Daily Star, who labels the Argentina star a "flop," quotes the former United No. Show More Summary

Which player has covered the most distance in a Premier League 2014/2015 match?!

The pundits constantly praise the work rate and running of players such as Alexis Sanchez, Angel Di Maria and Diego Costa. But, when it comes to distance covered, these Premier League mega stars have nothing on George Boyd. The 29-year-old Scottish winger was relentless on Saturday in Burnley’s 2-1 win over Stoke and set a […]

Diego Sanchez: Frankie Edgar Is the 'Best Wrestler in MMA,' Better Than GSP

UFC featherweight contender Frankie Edgar is receiving high praise from fans, reporters and fellow fighters alike after his brutal mauling of Cub Swanson at UFC Fight Night 57, but the highest praise may have been that given by lightweight...Show More Summary

UFC Fight Night 55: Ross Pearson will knock Al Iaquinta out in 30 seconds if he doesn't come to Sydney with his best

Bring it! Now that Ross Pearson has put his devastating decision loss to Diego Sanchez -- which many believe should have went his way -- behind him thanks to a second-round knockout of Gray Maynard, "Real Deal" will look to keep the momentum rolling. And the Brit will look to do so this Friday (Nov. Show More Summary

EA Sports UFC video game update adds Hector Lombard, Mike Chiesa, and Diego Sanchez

EA Sports UFC released its fourth free gameplay update, and in addition to improving (and balancing) several key issues, it also added popular Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) veterans Hector Lombard (welterweight), Diego Sanchez...Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez Tells 'Disrespectful' Conor McGregor to Respect His Elders

One of the original The Ultimate Fighter winners, Diego Sanchez, is still beefing with surging UFC featherweight contender Conor McGregor, and he has elaborated on why he doesn't like his "disrespectful" rival. Appearing on this afternoon's...Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez slams 'disrespectful' Conor McGregor: 'I'm one of the guys who laid the bricks for this great career he's having'

Which is why Sanchez would even consider dropping to featherweight to face "Notorious." Conor McGregor gets under a lot of people's skin With his outspoken, take-no-prisoners attitude, "Notorious" has made more enemies than friends in his first years with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Show More Summary

Manager: Diego Sanchez won't need surgery for torn LCL, still wants Joe Lauzon fight

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight bonus machine Joe Lauzon suffered an injury in training camp and was forced to withdraw from his UFC 180 pay-per-view (PPV) fight against Diego Sanchez, originally scheduled for Nov. 15,...Show More Summary

Joe Lauzon fires back at Doubting Thomases: UFC 180 injury cost me $3,000 on flights alone

Longtime Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight veteran Joe Lauzon got injured earlier this week and was forced to withdraw from his UFC 180 pay-per-view (PPV) fight against Diego Sanchez, planned for Nov. 15, 2014 in Mexico...Show More Summary

Yep, Now Diego Sanchez Is Injured and Out of UFC 180

(Photo via Getty) Due to a knee injury suffered on Tuesday, UFC lightweight Diego Sanchez has withdrawn from his highly-anticipated bout against Norman Parke Joe Lauzon TBA at UFC 180: Werdum vs. Hunt, the accursed Mexico City card scheduled for November 15th that has already lost one Mexican poster-boy in Cain Velasquez. Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez Injures LCL, Pulled from UFC 180 Fight Card

The hits keep coming for UFC 180. First, the night's main attraction, UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, was pulled from the event after suffering a knee injury. Then, Joe Lauzon, one half of the hotly anticipated Lauzon vs. Diego...Show More Summary

Joe Lauzon Out of UFC 180 With Injury, Diego Sanchez Currently Without Opponent

(Photo by Esther Lin/MMAFighting) The UFC's debut event in Mexico continues to fall the hell apart. In the wake of Cain Velasquez's knee-related withdrawal, FOX Sports has confirmed that lightweight veteran Joe Lauzon suffered an injury...Show More Summary

Report: Joe Lauzon out Against Diego Sanchez at UFC 180, No Replacement Named

UFC 180 is falling apart. Just one day after word circulated (h/t MMAjunkie.com) that UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez suffered an injury and would not defend his title against Fabricio Werdum at the Nov. 15 event, MMAjunkie.com...Show More Summary

Report: Diego Sanchez forced out of UFC 180 event in Mexico with a knee injury

This is getting out of hand. Ultimate Fighting Championship's (UFC) first-ever card planned for Mexico City, Mexico, is going south in a hurry. Heavyweight champion, Cain Velasquez was forced out of his headlining title fight fight against Fabricio Werdum -- which was set to go down on Nov. Show More Summary

Video: Dan Hardy planning lightweight return, aims to teach 'irritating' Diego Sanchez lesson in martial arts

"My natural weight has leveled out to about 178. Even if I go back to fight at welterweight I wouldn't be a great deal bigger than I am now. I think lightweight would be a great challenge for me. I think there are a lot of good fighters at that weight class, a lot of good kick boxers so I could have some good fights. Show More Summary

UPDATED: Joe Lauzon Says He's Fighting Diego Sanchez in Mexico at UFC 180

UPDATE: 12:14 p.m. Eastern Time UFC President Dana White just confirmed that Joe Lauzon vs. Diego Sanchez is official for UFC 180. --End of Update-- The original Ultimate Fighter winner Diego Sanchez doesn't appear to have difficulty...Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez vs. Joe Lauzon Booked for UFC 180 in Mexico, After Norman Parke Withdraws Due to Injury

("Superb matchmaking." — This guy / Photos via Getty, USA Today Sports) Due to an MCL injury, UFC lightweight Norman Parke has withdrawn from his scheduled matchup against Diego Sanchez at UFC 180: Velasquez vs. Werdum, November 15th in Mexico City. Show More Summary

Diego Sanchez vs. Joe Lauzon booked for UFC 180 with Norman Parke hurt

Fight of the Night? How about Fight of the Century? Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has booked Diego Sanchez vs. Joe Lauzon for the upcoming UFC 180: "Velasquez vs. Werdum" pay-per-view (PPV) fight card, which takes place on Nov. Show More Summary

Conor McGregor vs. Diego Sanchez Would Be Violent Fun, but It Makes No Sense

Say what you will about Conor McGregor —and you no doubt have by this point—but the man knows how to stoke a fire. Last night, McGregor sent the collective mixed martial arts community into a breathless panic when he tweeted the following: As of press time on Thursday morning, McGregor 's tweet has been retweeted 3,152 times. Show More Summary

UFC 180: 'Nuts' Conor McGregor announces Diego Sanchez fight in Mexico that (unfortunately) isn't happening

Earlier this week, surging featherweight phenom Conor McGregor promised an eventual move to the lightweight division, because he doesn't like making the brutal cut down to 145 pounds. But I don't think anyone was expecting it to be next...Show More Summary

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