Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC With a pro career that began all the way back in 2002, Diego “The Dream” Sanchez has been at it forever. He kicked things off with a 17-fight unbeaten streak, winning the debut season of The Ultimate Fighter and defeating the likes Jorge Santiago, Kenny Florian, Nick Diaz, and Karo Parisyan in that stretch. Show More Summary
Tired of always being the smaller guy with the shorter reach, Diego Sanchez decided it was time to make the drop down to the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight division. That's according to his recent comments on "The...Show More Summary
By Gabriel F. Cordero Photo: Alma Montiel Dante Jardon 134.20 vs. Jairo López 133.10 (WBC Silver International title) Adan Hernandez 112 vs. Saul Juarez 112 Diego Cruz 142 vs. Reyes Sánchez 140.50 Alejandro Dávila 147 vs. Humberto Flores 146.75 Venue: … Continue reading ? The post Weights from Mexico City appeared first on Boxing News.
Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC Diego Sanchez started competing in mixed martial arts as a welterweight. He won The Ultimate Fighter as a middleweight, and then moved down to lightweight in 2009 when he faced Joe Stevenson. In that weightclass, he beat Clay Guida and lost to BJ Penn. Show More Summary
Diego Sanchez is set to make his debut in his fourth different UFC weight class as part of November’s UFC Fight Night 79 event in Mexico.Filed under: News, UFC
Diego Sanchez is shedding weight again. UFC.com's Thomas Gerbasi reported Wednesday that Sanchez will drop from lightweight to featherweight for his next bout, a Nov. 21 tilt with the No. 4-ranked Ricardo Lamas in Monterrey, Mexico. For...Show More Summary
Ask and you shall receive. Longtime Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight veteran and winner of The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) season one, Diego Sanchez, is finally making that oft-teased drop to 145 pounds. That's some pretty...Show More Summary
Rookie Chris Heston took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and Hector Sanchez hit an impressive grand slam for one of three San Francisco Giants home runs in a 9-3 victory over the San Diego Padres on Tuesday night.
Few fighters have tested their weight options like onetime heavyweight Anthony Johnson and Diego Sanchez. If it were up to “Rumble,” they actually would have fought a decade ago.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
When Mark Sanchez was the starting quarterback for the Jets, he would host annual “Jets West” workouts in California with receivers and running backs before the start of training camp. Sanchez is expected to be a backup with the Eagles behind Sam Bradford this season, but that’s not stopping him from holding a similar set…
Gilberto Gonzalez 139.4 vs. Hevinson Herrera 139 Diego de la Hoya 123.3 vs. Jose Estrella 123.8 Oscar Negrete 120 vs. Ramiro Robles 123 Melsik Baghdasaryan 145.6 vs. Abraham Calderon 146 Emilio Sanchez 121.8 vs. Jose Cen-Torres 123.4 Venue: Belasco Theater … Continue reading ? The post LA Fight Club Weights appeared first on Boxing News.
Longtime mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran Tatsuya Kawajiri made some big moves in the featherweight rankings last weekend (Sat., June 20, 2015) after he roughed up Dennis Siver in the UFC Fight Night 69 co-main event in Berlin, Germany. Now, "Crusher" is looking to crack the top 10 of his division by taking on a ranked opponent. Show More Summary
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight number one contender, Dan Hardy, was forced to step away from mixed martial arts (MMA) in 2013 after battling a heart condition called Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome, also known...Show More Summary
For every player who makes a positive instant impact at their new club – Alexis Sanchez, Diego Costa – there are also horrible flops like Mario Balotelli and Radamel Falcao. More money than ever was spent in last summer’s transfer window...Show More Summary
Manuel Avila 122.4 vs. Erik Ruiz 123 Diego De La Hoya 123.6 vs. Ramiro Robles 122.4 Oscar Negrete 119.4 vs. Luis Maldonado 120 Nicolas Arce 125.4 vs. Marco Alcaraz 125.2 Jesus Delgado 133.6 vs. Benjamin Vinson 136 Emilio Sanchez 124.4 … Continue reading ? The post FS1 Weights from Los Angeles appeared first on Boxing News.
Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC Winner of the middleweight tournament of the first season of The Ultimate Fighter—who has also fought as a welterweight and as a lightweight—has announced that he will drop even further to featherweight. Show More Summary
"I'm going down to 145. I think there's some great fights down there at 145. Even right away, I'm going to be a force in the division -- right away. The ultimate fight that I would like the best is Ricardo Lamas. He's coming off of a knockout loss, but the guy is a come-forward fighter. Show More Summary
Inactive since a controversial decision win over Ross Pearson 11 months ago, Diego Sanchez is planning a move down to 145 pounds. On The MMA Road Show, Diego Sanchez told John Morgan that he made the decision now that he is walking around at 170 pounds. Show More Summary
Episode No. 5 of The MMA Road Show with John Morgan podcast, featuring Diego Sanchez and Burt Watson, is now available for streaming and download.Filed under: News, UFC
With a broken collarbone mended, Diego Sanchez is itching to return to the cage, and if things go according to plan, he’ll be doing it in the featherweight division.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC