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  2. Complètement d'accord, ce serait un combat super dangereux pour Tony par contre, ce serait un peu triste que ça se finisse comme ça, Tony mérite et il a un style intrigant à opposer à Khabib. Gaethje, c'est juste un coup à se faire assommer avant d'avoir pu l'asphyxier avec son rythme. @prof Tant que vous ne bifurquez pas trop vers la politique, vous pouvez envoyez tous les sujets que vous voulez, ce sera pas désagréable à lire @strikeufc Parce que tu ne regardes pas les prélims!? Et les top 10 flyweight? Et les top contenders dans les catégories féminines? Et les nouveaux arrivants invaincus? Retourne voir tout ça malheureux, c'est au moins aussi intéressant que la main card! Voir plus quand c'est Greg Hardy en co-main event...
  3. Moi je voulais Khabib car a mon sens il a la technique actuellement la plus efficace ( face aux techniques et combattants actuels , ça peut changer et évoluer ) , il a pour le moment vis a vis des oppositions et "modes" de combat la technique la plus chiante a contrer. Il a vraiment bien adapté les styles de luttes / sambo des pays de l'est pour faire un mélange efficace actuellement , car nul n'est éternel , d'un point de vue efficacité avec les règles actuelles c'est le mieux , je ne parle parle pas de self défense ou autres situations sans règles ou arbitrages . Mais toujours avoir une position dominante , garder systématiquement cette position au dessus , dominante , ne pas s’éparpiller dans d'autres techniques plus aléatoires qui peuvent faire perdre cette position supérieure ( au dessus , 100kg , adversaire en dessous ) est assez rare , et proche de la réalité en efficacité de combat . Seul un excellent striker avec de bons déplacements , très mobile pourrait le contrer et l’empêcher de saisir , se coller , aspirer et amener au sol , Mc Gregor , le meilleur dans ce domaine a échoué Ou bien un excellent ( et original ) combattant en JJB qui bosse bien sur le dos car lui préfère la position dominante dessus , pourrait le contrer , comme l'a fait Fabricio Werdum face a Fedor , il savait en analysant les combats de Fedor qu'il tomberait sur une droite de Fedor. Il a travaillé en regardant les enchaînements et combos de Fedor suite a la chute en arrière de son adversaire après une droite de forain. Il en a déduit , que ca allait arriver et que sa meilleure défense serait le triangle , car Fedor se jetait en ground and pound dans la garde de l'autre pour frapper sans relâche , Werdum a réussit la ou Minotauro avait échoué des dizaines de fois . Tout ca pour dire qu'il y a toujours un moyen de contrer son adversaire
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  5. Cinquième fois que le combat ne se fera pas ça fait chier , le communication de l'ufc et de Dana depuis le coronavirus c'est du grand n'importe quoi et sur ce combat la c'est la même un coup ça se fera aux US , puis après à Dubai ensuite aux Emirats ...Khabib qui rentre chez lui au Dagestan ou il y a une annonce que dans 4 jours on ne pourra plus quitter le pays il avait le temps de partir mais non il fait le choix inverse . Bon apparemment l'ufc lui cherche un remplaçant , pas mal de combattant on l'air chaud mais attention c'est un jeu dangereux que l'ufc joue car le nom qui revient le plus c'est Gaethje et si ya bien un gars qui a le style parfait pour créer la surprise aussi bien contre Tony que Khabib c'est Gaethje et franchement ça me ferait bien plaisir mais la meilleure chose à faire c'est d'annulé l'event et c'est ce qui aurait du être fait ya longtemps vu la crise que traverse le monde entier avec cette pandémie .
  6. Après son opération du genou droit en février dernier, Roger Federer a tenu à s'assurer qu'il n'avait rien perdu et qu'il savait toujours frapper la balle, mais de ...
  7. Vous êtes chez vous, dans votre maison ou votre appartement, et vous souhaitez faire du sport pendant le confinement ? Chaque jour, Bob Tahri, ancien athlète ...
  8. Dommage Antho, il manque encore l'habitude de tourner avec ce genre de fou furieux, j'ai bien aimé la petite tentative de passage à 1min 😀
  9. Cool, merci prof ! Alors j'ai bon ? Ça me fait une bonne note ? Bref, plus sérieusement, j'ai bien peur qu'on ne voit jamais ce combat, Tony contre Khabib.... C'est incroyable, le destin s'acharne vraiment. Si Ferguson perd contre Gaethje, quelle tristesse pour lui. J'aime beaucoup Gaethje, je pense qu'il pourrait faire quelquechose contre Khabib, mais le match up qu'on veut absolument voir c'est Tony Khabib... Dana devrait tout suspendre jusqu'à la fin de l'épidémie, parce que faire des événements à guichet fermé en changeant les cartes au dernier moment, ça vient perturber tout ce qui a été fait avant... Et pas sûr que ça lui rapporte. Bref, quoi qu'il en soit, ça fait bien longtemeps qu'on a pas vu un ufc, et si y en a un , je vais prendre le temps de regarder les early prelims et les prelims...
  10. @shrek Le combat est Annulé ? je suis dégoûté , combat maudit impossible a mettre en place Bon tant pis on va parler , Americains , survivalisme , et M6
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  14. With another action-packed month of MMA in the books, MMA Junkie looks at the best submissions from March 2020: Here are the five nominees, listed in chronological order, and winner of MMA Junkie’s “Submission of the Month” award for March. At the bottom of the post, let us know if we got it right by voting for your choice. * * * * The Nominees Damon Jackson def. Mauro Chaulet at LFA 83 Damon Jackson (17-3-1) rebounded from a winless 2019 when he quickly dispatched of an overmatched Mauro Chaulet (13-7) in their featherweight headliner. Chaulet got in an advantageous position over Chaulet on the ground and managed to lock in a rear-naked choke a little more than two minutes in. Chaulet couldn’t escape, and Jackson secured his 13th career submission finish. Gerald Meerschaert def. Deron Winn at UFC 248 Gerald Meerschaert (31-12 MMA, 6-4 UFC) got his first win of 2020 when he submitted American Kickboxing Academy’s Deron Winn (6-2 MMA, 1-2 UFC) in a fun fight that went down in the middleweight division. Meerschaert took some big shots early in the fight but eventually found his range, rocked his opponent and finished with a rear-asked choke in the third round. The win saw “GM3” improve to 2-1 in his past three UFC outings. WOW! It ain't over till it's over! @The_Real_GM3 with a HUGE R3 to sink in the RNC for the victory! #UFC248 pic.twitter.com/AHfPC402Of — UFC (@ufc) March 8, 2020 Rodolfo Vieira def. Saparbek Safarov at UFC 248 Rodolfo Vieira (7-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) likely was on his way to a doctor’s stoppage loss against Saparbeg Safarov (9-3 MMA, 1-3 UFC). Fortunately for him, he finished the fight before the doctor could intervene. With his eye mangled and swollen shut, Vieira took care of business inside the first round against Safarov in their middleweight bout, securing an arm-triangle choke for the submission. Renato Moicano def. Damir Hadzovic at UFC on ESPN+ 28 Renato Moicano (14-3-1 MMA, 6-3 UFC) shined in his lightweight debut when he steamrolled Damir Hadzovic (13-6 MMA, 3-4 UFC) in the first round to put a fresh coat of paint on his career. The former featherweight contender needed just 44 seconds to dispatch of Hadzovic with a rear-naked choke. He quickly got the fight to the ground, took the back and then finished the job to conclude a short night at the office. Charles Oliveira def. Kevin Lee at UFC on ESPN+ 28 Charles Oliveira (29-8 MMA, 17-8 UFC) picked up his first UFC main event win when he defeated Kevin Lee (18-6 MMA, 11-6 UFC) to extend his winning streak to seven. Oliveira extended his streak with a third-round submission win over Lee courtesy of a guillotine choke. The Brazilian waited for his moment to attack with the choke, and when he got it tied the UFC’s all-time stoppage record. * * * * The Winner: Charles Oliveira Oliveira’s day finally has come, even if it came on a strange day. “Do Bronx” has long been a talented competitor, but never quite put it all together over a sustained period of time. Those days are over, though. Unfazed by the strange setting of an empty Ginasio Nilson Nelson in Brasilia, Brazil, due to the coronavirus pandemic, Oliveira put on a masterful show in the main event of UFC on ESPN+ 28. Oliveira finished former interim lightweight title challenger Kevin Lee with a guillotine choke 28 seconds into the third round. The bout was contested at a catchweight of 158.5 pounds after Lee missed weight the previous day. With that, Oliveira won his seventh straight bout. They’ve all come by way of finish. He added to his UFC submission record at 14 and tied Donald Cerrone’s company mark for finishes at 16. It didn’t take long to figure how the fight was going to flow. Lee’s base is wrestling, and he scored an early takedown, but Oliveira immediately went for heel hooks and leg locks. Lee’s wrestling is crafty enough that he managed to scramble bad spots, but as often as not, he’d wander into another submission attempt. The second proved to be bad news for Lee, too, as Oliveira showed off his much-improved stand-up game, stalking Lee down and landing uppercuts. Lee went for a takedown, but that once again simply got him tangled in a spider web of submission attempts. JUST THAT QUICKLY! Oliveira ends the night from #UFCBrasilia. pic.twitter.com/m8uJShU4kc — UFC (@ufc) March 15, 2020 Lee did manage his best offense of the fight at the end of Round 2, when he got top control and landed solid right hands and elbows. But in the third, he once again had to land a defensive takedown, and from there, it was a mere matter of second before Oliveira finished him with the choke. Lee, who may have gone out with the choke, protested that he didn’t tap, but the replay made it clear he did on several occasions. Voir l'article complet
  15. The turnaround point is not yet in sight in the ongoing battle against coronavirus. And as such, Bellator continues to demonstrate their commitment to ensuring the health and safety of their athletes and employees in the wake of the worldwide pandemic. The company’s May events have been officially canceled. MMA Junkie confirmed a Monday report by ESPN with source with knowledge of the situation. The promotional later confirmed the news in a press release. “As always, the health and safety of our athletes, fans, partners and staff remains our top priority,” the statement read. “We appreciate the understanding and patience of everyone involved during this incredibly difficult time.” The canceled events are Bellator 242 on May 9 at SAP Center in San Jose, Calif.; Bellator Europe 8 on May 16 at SSE Arena, Wembley, in London; and Bellator 242 at Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula, Calif. According to the release, full refunds for ticket-buyers will be available. Related Relive Bellator 225's record 14 finishes in 14 fights on MMA Junkie After negative coronavirus test, Bellator champ Patricio Freire back to training – with adjustments Bellator 242 was scheduled to be headlined by a pair of title fights in Ryan Bader’s light heavyweight title defense against Vadim Nemkov and the vacant middleweight title fight between Gegard Mousasi and Douglas Lima. The London card was set to feature James Gallagher vs. Cal Ellenor. Bellator 243 was to be the promotional debut of two-time former UFC title challenger Liz Carmouche, in a main-event bout against unbeaten Mandy Bohm. No word yet on whether those fights will be moved to future events. The next event on the Bellator schedule which has not been canceled is Bellator 244 on June 6 in Chicago. At the onset of the pandemic, the company canceled Bellator 241, which was to be a closed-door event at Mohegun Sun Arena in Connecticut, on the day of the show. Gallery Photos: Bellator 2020 showcase in New York view 18 images Voir l'article complet
  16. Bellator Bellator is pumping the brakes on its early summer schedule as the coronavirus pandemic continues. The promotion is postponing its next three events, scheduled for May 9, May 16 and May 29, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bellator President Scott Coker confirmed to MMA Fighting following an initial report from ESPN’s Ariel Helwani. The May 9 event, Bellator 242, was slated to feature a pair of title fights – at light heavyweight and middleweight – and take place at SAP Center in San Jose, Calif. The May 16 event was to take place at The SSE Arena in London, while the May 29 event was set for Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula, Calif. Two of the three events were to be hosted in California, which is expected to extend its current moratorium on combat sports events held in the state until the end of May, according to a person with knowledge of the commission’s plans. Coker initially planned to reassess Bellator’s upcoming schedule within 30 days after the last-minute postponement of Bellator 241. The event was scratched shortly after Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont issued a statewide order to limit gatherings. Fighters and officials were paid despite the cancelation. As for potential future dates, Coker said Bellator is taking a cautious approach because it’s unknown how long current “shelter in place” restrictions for much of the country will remain in effect. “I would tell our fans to be patient,” the Bellator executive said on Monday. “Once our country gets back into operation, we’ll get right back to business.” Afficher l’article complet
  17. Add the PFL to the list of promotions putting schedules on hold due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. The company’s format of regular season, playoff, and championship rounds, unique to major combat sports, gives it logistical issues similar to those faced by major team sports. So unlike promotions such as the UFC, Bellator, and ONE, which can simply put fight cards on hold and shuffle fights around until they have the green light to continue, the PFL needs to take into account its league-based timetable. As such, the company announced Monday that the 2020 season has been placed on hiatus for an indeterminate length. Related MMA vs. coronavirus: Staying up to date on developments during the COVID-19 pandemic ONE Championship stars deliver the positivity we all need during the coronavirus lockdown Dana White blasts 'scumbag' from report that UFC staff laid off during coronavirus pandemic Here’s the complete statement by PFL CEO Peter Murray: “The Professional Fighters League is continuing to monitor the COVID-19 global crisis closely and assessing its impact on the PFL 2020 Season. “The health and safety of our fighters, fans, partners, and league personnel remain our top priority. “In light of this unprecedented pandemic, we are adjusting our plan for the rest of this year and look forward to starting our next season as soon as it is feasible. We are committed to continuing to evolve and grow the sport of MMA.” No specific dates had been announced for the 2020 season, but the previous seasons were marked by regular seasons, which began in late spring, playoff rounds starting in early fall, and championship rounds on New Year’s Eve in New York. Gallery PFL Championship 2019: Best photos view 21 images Voir l'article complet
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  19. Daniel Cormier isn’t celebrating Jon Jones’ latest run-in with the law, despite having a long history of disdain for his chief rival. Cormier (22-2 MMA, 11-2 UFC) and Jones (26-1 MMA, 20-1 UFC) have never been on the same page from a personal standpoint since the first day they met. They’ve fought twice (and have been booked a few times more than that), with “Bones” winning the first fight by unanimous decision in January 2015 at UFC 182 then scoring a knockout in the rematch two-and-a-half years later only to have the result overturned to a no contest because of a failed drug test. Jones’ resume includes a multitude of a legal and professional infractions. His arrest last week on charges of driving under the influence, negligent use of a firearm, possession of an open container, and no proof of insurance was an opportunity for many to rip the polarizing UFC light heavyweight champion, but Cormier won’t go there. Related Jon Jones needs help. His enablers keep failing him | Opinion 'I got stir crazy': Bodycam video shows emotional Jon Jones during arrest Video reaction: What to make of Jon Jones' latest arrest and what comes next “For a guy that has these issues, whether it be alcohol, whether it be drugs, that dead time is your worst enemy,” Cormier said on the “DC & Helwani” podcast on ESPN. “Because all those vices start to pull at you, especially when you’re sitting at home with nothing to do, especially if you’re not a person who does that a lot. Seeing him get into trouble again, a lot of people in my circle, they text me almost celebratory. That’s not me. I didn’t celebrate the kid getting in trouble again. I don’t think that you should celebrate or dance on someone’s grave in their darkest moments. You don’t do that to people. “Ultimately are you a human being, or does this competition overtake everything? I didn’t take any joy in seeing that kid – or, at 32, he’s a man. He was a kid when he was 23. At 32, I did not enjoy seeing that man in that situation again, because it’s just bad.” Cormier has made his feelings about Jones well known over the years. The pair have hurled too many personal attacks at one another to count, and Cormier never has been shy to give his opinion on Jones’ character. After news of Jones’ arrest, an interview with both fighters and UFC commentator Joe Rogan prior to a scheduled UFC 200 bout in July 2016 (it didn’t happen due to a Jones failed drug test) resurfaced and went viral. Even years later, Cormier stands by his position on what Jones must do in order to halt his reoccurring troubles – and that’s make adjustments to his inner circle. “When it was happening, people started putting us these videos of Jones and I when we did a sit-down with Joe Rogan a while back, and I was talking about how it would be very difficult for him to change if nothing around him changed,” Cormier said. “It won’t change. It won’t change until something around him or the people around him change. … “I’ve got to be honest: For as much as I don’t enjoy that and bask in it, it’s not going to change, until someone takes a drastic action to show that the behavior is unacceptable. You’ve got to imagine how many times he’s done this. From the drug failures to the getting suspended, it’s all elevated. It’s gone from bad to worse.” Gallery Photos: Jon Jones through the years view 53 images Voir l'article complet
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