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Goldston To Succeed Sherwood as ABC News Prez

Ben Sherwood announced today that SVP for Content and Development James Goldston is the next in line to become President of ABC News. Sherwood has been President since 2010 and was recently promoted to President of the Disney/ABC Television...Show More Summary

Nate Marquardt vs. James Te Huna to Headline UFC New Zealand Because Whatever, Fck You

(Marquardt prays to not get knocked the eff out by Hector Lombard prior to UFC 166, a prayer that would sadly go unanswered. Photo via Getty) This weekend, Roy Nelson and Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira will headline the UFC's return to Abu Dhabi at Fight Night 39. Show More Summary

Nate Marquardt vs James Te Huna headlines UFC Fight Night event on June 28 in New Zealand

They are a combined 0-5 in their last five fights. If that doesn't scream "main event," I'm not sure what does. James Te Huna and Nate Marquardt are expected to hook 'em up in the main event of the latest and greatest Ultimate Fighting...Show More Summary

James Franco Throws Lindsay Lohan’s Sex List Into Doubt With 1 Comment

Post by Adriana Velez. Fun fact about that list of men Lindsay Lohan supposedly slept with: She's never actually admitted to writing it. Lilo has remained coy about the now-infamous list. But one brave celeb is taking a stand and telling the truth. Show More Summary

Free-agency primer: Ravens

Key free agents: OT Eugene Monroe, DT Arthur Jones, WR-KR Jacoby Jones, LB Daryl Smith, OT Michael Oher, SS James Ihedigbo, CB Corey Graham, TE Ed Dickson. Where they stand: The biggest hole on the team is offensive tackle. Monroe and Oher, the Ravens' starting tackles from last season, are both unrestricted free agents. Show More Summary

Greg Abbot Responds to Video of Liberal Bigotry: “Denigrating the Disabled Is Unworthy of Texas” (Video)

In case you missed it, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas caught liberals in Texas mocking their Republican opponent Greg Abbot because he’s in a wheelchair.  He responded to the video today: “Denigrating the disabled is unworthy of Texas. Show More Summary

James Te Huna will drop to Middleweight after 'embarassing' loss to Shogun Rua at UFC Fight Night 33

James Te Huna is the latest in a string of fighters looking for a fresh start in a new weight class as the hard-hitting (soon-to-be former) Light Heavyweight has announced his intentions to drop down to Middleweight. When it comes to...Show More Summary

UFC News: James Te Huna Moving to Middleweight Division

A UFC light heavyweight since February 2010, James Te Huna is planning a cut to 185 pounds. The New Zealand native was knocked out by Mauricio "Shogun" Rua at UFC Fight Night 33. Now looking at back-to-back losses, a frustrated Te Huna...Show More Summary

Following Back-to-Back KO Losses, Martin Kampmann Announces His Hiatus From MMA

(What, and miss out on all the fun times like these?) Earlier today, we learned how fighters like James Te Huna deal with a pair of tough losses, by dropping a weight class to save their career. Now, we bring you another increasingly...Show More Summary

Last-Resort Alert: James Te Huna Dropping to Middleweight After Consecutive First Round Losses at LHW

(Playing dead: Works against bears, not against Shogun Rua. Photo via Getty.) James Te Huna's 2013 got off to a rocky start. The Australian slugger was paired against Canadian splitster Ryan Jimmo at UFC on FUEL 7 in February, and was favored as high as 3-to-1 over the former CP guest blogger. Show More Summary

Shogun Rua abandons drop to 185, targets rematch opposite Antonio Rogerio Nogueira

Lil' Nog already called for this fight back in August (details) and now it looks as if "Shogun" is willing to accept his challenge. James Te Huna wasn't the only thing "Shogun" dropped at UFC Fight Night 33. Former Ultimate FightingShow More Summary

Shogun Rua Says He's Not Dropping to 185, Will Remain at Light Heavyweight

Mauricio "Shogun" Rua has heard the calls for him to drop to middleweight for many years. He's still not interested. Rua is coming off an emphatic win over James Te Huna earlier, but he's still just 5-5 in his last 10 fights dating back to the loss to Forrest Griffin in his UFC debut at UFC 76. Show More Summary

Phil Davis Wants to Fight Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua in His Next Fight

There was a lot of doubt and uncertainty surrounding Mauricio Rua heading into his last fight against James Te Huna at UFC Fight Night 33, and "Shogun" silenced those critics in highlight-reel fashion. The former light heavyweight champion...Show More Summary

UFC Fight Night 33 Results: 'Shogun' Rua Staves off Retirement with Te Huna KO

Even before Mauricio “Shogun” Rua took the cage on Friday night, the elegies for his storied career were already being written. During the run-up to Rua ’s fight against James Te Huna, we’d heard all about his knees (shot), his cardio...Show More Summary

UFC Fight Night 33 Fight Video Highlights: 'Shogun' Rua Blasts James Te Huna

On the verge of being bounced from the top 10 light heavyweight rankings, Mauricio "Shogun" Rua needed a big win over James Te Huna at UFC Fight Night 33. He responded in a huge way, brutally stopping Te Huna with a left hook one minute into the opening round. Show More Summary

Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua Unsure About Changing Weight Classes After UFC Fight Night 33 Win

After his knockout victory over James Te Huna at UFC Fight Night 33 Friday, Mauricio “Shogun” Rua said he is putting his plan to change weight classes on hold for the time being. At a fan Q&A in Brazil last month, Rua said he would consider dropping to middleweight. Show More Summary

UFC Fight Night 33 card: Mauricio Rua vs. James Te Huna fight preview

After losing three out of four bouts, Mauricio "Shogun" Rua looks to right the ship against James Te Huna in the co-main event of this Friday night's (Dec. 6, 2013) UFC Fight Night 33 event from Brisbane, Australia. Check out our keys...Show More Summary

Winner's Circle: What a victory means for UFC Fight Night 33's featured fighters

What does a victory mean for heavyweight and light heavyweight fighters Mark Hunt, Antonio Silva, Mauricio Rua and James Te Huna this weekend at UFC Fight Night 33 in Brisbane, Australia? We explore future outcomes and their consequences below, before we seen them in action this Friday night (Dec. Show More Summary

UFC Fight Night 33: Shogun Rua expects 'cool' stand up fight against James Te Huna

Mauricio Rua won't have to deal with an accomplished wrestler like he did in last fight when he takes on fellow striker James Te Huna in "The Land Down Under" at UFC Fight Night 33. It's a prospect that "Shogun" thinks will make forShow More Summary

Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua Considering Move To Middleweight After UFC Fight Night 33

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Mauricio “Shogun” Rua said he is considering dropping down to middleweight following his fight with James Te Huna at UFC Fight Night 33 next month. Since losing the light heavyweight title to Jon Jones at UFC 128 in March 2011, the 31-year-old Brazilian has lost three of his last five... Show More Summary

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