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  2. Alors Cat Zingano avait fait appel de la décision et voulait changer le résultat en NC. Ca vient d'être refusé par la Commission Athlétique de l'Etat de Californie. Cette décision me paraît étrange, car une des règles est bien d'interdire les doigts dans les yeux. Même si c'est involontaire, ne s'agit-il pas ici de doigts dans l'oeil ?
  3. eijsberg

    Les résultats du Bellator 216 : MVP vs. Daley

    Est-ce que quelqu'un d'autre donne trois rounds à deux pour Daley ?
  4. colossus

    pesée - comment ça se passe ?

    Bah c'est bien ça, tu as mis le doigt dessus : il y a la pesée officielle, où souvent les combattants sont à bout, fatigués. Donc avec le temps a été décidé qu'on les laisserait se reposer après ces efforts, et qu'il y aurait une 2ème pesée pour le show, avec les fighters en forme.
  5. Combat encore une fois très intelligent de Felder qui trouve très vite sa distance et gère du In & Out. Il a aussi montré que Vick n'aime pas du tout les calf kicks... Du très beau Muay technique.
  6. Combat très douloureux pour Rivera qui n'a pas su casser la distance. Sterling ne s'est pour une fois pas emballé et a très bien géré.
  7. Alors au cas où, Gastelum était coté 2,85 à l'ouverture et est encore monté à 3,05 contre Adesanya pour l'UFC 236. Pour le moment, un seul booker a ouvert cette ligne.
  8. colossus

    wanderlei Silva et les commotions..

    Je ne pratique pas non plus, mais selon moi, moins tu mets de protections dans le monde du MMA, moins c'est dangereux. Tu cites 2 KO / TKO bien gratinés - on peut aussi ajouter celui de Paul Herrera (vs Goodridge), par ex, mais la majorité des combats NHB durait bien moins longtemps que ceux actuellement, et souvent c'était des soumissions à l'arrache (dans le sens où le soumis paniquait car connaissait peu) ou des TKO, donc je pense que tout ça était moins traumatisant... Dans les premiers tournois les combattants frappaient de toutes leurs forces à poing nu, une fois qu'on a vu les premières mains cassées (Keith Hackney, mais même avant), ça a modifié la façon de boxer avec les poings. Moins appuyée, et on passait aux coudes, têtes et genoux, en rapproché. Et après donc, est arrivée l'obligation de porter les mitaines - pour protéger les poings! Mais ce serait intéressant de faire une étude comparative entre justement les premiers NHB et le MMA actuel pour la durée/dureté des combats...
  9. Tiger Muay Thai fighter Sualek vs Petsarakam at Patong stadium on the 18th of February 2019. Train with us at our Soi Taied gym: ...
  10. Check out these photos highlighting Thiago “Marreta” Santos’ UFC career through the years. Voir l'article complet
  11. Vagner Rocha Instructional— http://bit.ly/2USNB1M 🥋 Welcome to Bjj World! Train Like an Elite BJJ Athlete — https://overtimeathletes.com/bjjgroundcontrol ...
  12. Since the early days when the sport was anything but a mainstream endeavor, the MMA industry has thrived and survived through various websites, forums, and – perhaps most importantly – social-media platforms. Fighters interact with fans, each other and many more through the likes of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, which helps outsiders get a deeper look into the minds of the athletes. Following Sunday’s UFC on ESPN 1 in Phoenix, Ariz., several of the winning and losing fighters, along with their coaches, training partners or family members, took to social media to react to the event or share a message with supporters. Check out some of those reactions. * * * * The defeated The victorious I got two lungs… I just want a beer for shitsake — Paul Felder (@felderpaul) February 18, 2019 Yea my lung is a little sore. But the future looks bright. I’m only getting better. I’ll be back on the mic soon. But the octagon is my home! #ufcphoenix #top10 #irishdragon #irish… https://t.co/O17FW62KzX — Paul Felder (@felderpaul) February 19, 2019 Where can I get some great Mexican food delivered to banner university hospital? Also tres leches — Paul Felder (@felderpaul) February 19, 2019 For complete coverage of UFC on ESPN 1, check out the UFC Events section of the site. The Blue Corner is MMAjunkie’s blog space. We don’t take it overly seriously, and neither should you. If you come complaining to us that something you read here is not hard-hitting news, expect to have the previous sentence repeated in ALL CAPS. Voir l'article complet
  13. Francis Ngannou has made it clear he wants a second chance to claim UFC gold, and his latest performance strengthened his case. After dealing with a two-fight skid beginning with a January 2018 title loss, Ngannou (13-3 MMA, 8-2 UFC) has put together consecutive knockout victories over fellow heavyweight contenders – in less than one minute each – after finishing ex-champ Cain Velasquez (14-2 MMA, 12-3 UFC) in just 26 seconds at UFC on ESPN 1 in Phoenix. With the win, “The Predator” moves into the No. 5 spot in the latest USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA heavyweight rankings. Also on the card, bantamweight standout Aljamain Sterling (17-3 MMA, 9-3 UFC) made a jump of his own in the rankings with a unanimous decision win over Jimmie Rivera (22-3 MMA, 6-3 UFC) at UFC on ESPN 1. After this past week’s UFC on ESPN 1 event, as well as a pair of high-profile Bellator cards, take a look at the updated divisional lists, as well as preview the entire rankings ahead of a busy weekend of MMA featuring a UFC event, a Bellator event and more. Voir l'article complet
  14. Joe Rogan claims he enjoys his role as UFC commentator now more than ever. However, that’s purely because of the workload. Rogan has been the UFC’s more well-known color commentator for more than a decade, but in recent years the volume of shows he’s been in the booth for has tapered back significantly. He currently only works pay-per-view cards, and said he has no desire for that to change. Rogan has voiced his displeasure with the UFC’s previous broadcast partner FOX, and said some conflict arose that caused him to stop calling anything for the network outside of televised prelims for pay-per-view events. He doesn’t appear to have any issues with the UFC’s new partner ESPN, but said he doesn’t want a busier schedule. “I’m not interested,” Rogan during a recent edition of his “Fight Companion” podcast for this past Saturday’s UFC on ESPN 1 event in Phoenix. Gallery Photos: Best of Joe Rogan view 12 images Rogan’s role with the UFC gradually has faded over the years as the company has expanded its operations and put on more fight cards. Rogan used to do color commentary for almost every event, but that’s far from the case now, because the organization has a stable that includes the likes of Dominick Cruz, Daniel Cormier, Paul Felder and Michael Bisping. Rogan’s “Fight Companion” podcasts have become a hit for him. He streams live with friends during ongoing MMA cards and said he would much prefer that environment outside of calling a handful of events per year. “I would take this for zero money over being in Phoenix right now,” Rogan said. “Although I would want to see those fights live and would love to call those fights live, I’m good with 10 a year. That’s what I like. I like 10 a year. 10 a year is what I like. Once a month, two months off.” Related Joe Rogan and Co.'s reaction to Aaron Pico's stunning KO loss at Bellator 214 is worth your time Joe Rogan on downsides of Chuck Liddell's lifelong 'marauder' style: 'Part of fighting has to be wise' Joe Rogan 'would love it' if Bellator developed into 'full rival' for UFC Rogan has made no secret over the years about the turbulence in his passion to continue as an MMA broadcaster. With his comedy career and a podcast enterprise that reportedly brings in upward of $30,000 per episode, Rogan has plenty of other ventures in life outside of working for the UFC. He appears to have found a balance that works for him, though, and made no hints that his UFC commentary days are reaching an end with his next assignment scheduled for UFC 235 on March 2 in Las Vegas. “I was thinking I was on my way out, but I still love it,” Rogan said. “And I love it way more now because I don’t have to do it as much. I love it way more now because we do this because we can do all of this (expletive)-talking, have fun and be silly.” For more on the upcoming UFC schedule, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site. Gallery Photos: Dana White separates UFC fighters view 34 images Voir l'article complet
  15. PHOENIX — After her win at UFC Phoenix, Andrea Lee discusses her victory over Ashlee Evans-Smith, the new teams she’s working with, her next steps, her message to those dealing with domestic abuse issues like she has and more. Afficher l’article complet
  16. Gallery Megan Anderson def. Cat Zingano at UFC 232: Best photos view 7 images Cat Zingano won’t have her UFC 232 loss to Megan Anderson overturned after her appeal to the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) proved unsuccessful. The commission delivered a decisive 6-1 vote on Zingano’s (10-4 MMA, 3-4 UFC) appeal of her 61-second TKO loss to Anderson (9-3 MMA, 1-1 UFC) at December’s UFC 232 event in Inglewood, Calif., NSAC Executive Director Andy Foster verified to MMAjunkie following an initial report from MMAFighting.com. The Dec. 29 women’s featherweight fight ended prematurely when a kick from Anderson grazed and cut the eyelid of Zingano. The reaction from former UFC title challenger Zingano was immediately worrisome, because she was unable to open her eye until leaving the octagon. Related Megan Anderson on weird toe-to-eye TKO of Cat Zingano: 'I did my job and I finished my fight' Although there was later proven to be no long-term damage, Zingano said the pain of the injury was worse than anything she’s experienced in life, including child birth. Given the unusual nature of the finish, Zingano attempted to appeal the result with the CSAC. Unfortunately for her, only one voting member saw grounds to overturn the outcome, while the other six opted to uphold the initial ruling. Zingano spoke to reporters at this past Saturday’s UFC on ESPN 1 event in Phoenix and expressed a desire to rematch Anderson with hopes of a controversy-free result. For complete coverage of UFC 232, check out the UFC Events section of the site. Gallery Photos: Best of Cat Zingano view 17 images Voir l'article complet
  17. A 16-year MMA veteran is making his way to ONE Championship. ONE CEO Chatri Sityodtong announced Tuesday the signing of one-time UFC middleweight title challenger Yushin Okami: Please join me in welcoming Japanese MMA legend Yushin Okami to ONE Championship! — Chatri Sityodtong (@yodchatri) February 20, 2019 Sityodtong did not mention any further details, including what weight class Okami would be competing in. The 35-year-old Japanese fighter has competed primarily at 170 pounds since Oct. 2015. He is the latest high-profile signing by ONE, following a busy 2018 in which the promotion added the likes of Demetrious Johnson, Eddie Alvarez, and Sage Northcutt to the roster. Okami (35-12) is best known for his two runs with the UFC, the first spanning 2006-13. That initial stint saw Okami earn wins over Alan Belcher, Mike Swick, Evan Tanner, Mark Munoz, and Nate Marquardt, among others. The victory over Marquardt propelled Okami into a middleweight title fight with Anderson Silva at UFC 134, a bout that Okami lost via second-round TKO. He later competed for World Series of Fighting, also unsuccessfully challenging for its middleweight title, before dropping down to welterweight. He went 1-2 in a second stint with the UFC, losing to Alexey Kunchenko by unanimous decision in his most recent bout this past December. No date or opponent was announced for Okami’s ONE debut. Afficher l’article complet
  18. ONE Championship continues to bolster its roster with familiar names after the signing of Yushin Okami. Okami (35-12), a former UFC title challenger and multi-time event headliner for the organization, has inked a deal with the Singapore-based ONE Championship, company CEO Chatri Sityodtong announced (via Twitter): Please join me in welcoming Japanese MMA legend Yushin Okami to ONE Championship! — Chatri Sityodtong (@yodchatri) February 20, 2019 Please join me in welcoming Japanese MMA legend Yushin Okami to ONE Championship! Okami, 37, last competed at UFC Fight Night 142 in December where he suffered a unanimous decision loss to unbeaten welterweight prospect Alexey Kunchenko. The loss dropped Okami to 1-2 under the UFC banner since he returned to the company for his latest stint in September 2017. It is unknown whether Okami’s contract reached completion, or if he was released from his UFC deal. Nevertheless, Okami, who owns notable wins over the likes of Anderson Silva, Mark Munoz, Nate Marquardt, Hector Lombard and more, becomes the latest familiar name to put pen to paper with ONE Championship. Other notable signing for ONE Championship in recent months include former longtime UFC flyweight champ Demetrious Johnson, former UFC lightweight champ Eddie Alvarez and Sage Northcutt. Sityodtong did not reveal terms of the contract or a planned date for Okami’s debut, but with “ONE Championship: A New Beginning” set for March 31 in Tokyo, adding Japan’s Okami would seemingly strengthen the card. For more on the upcoming ONE Championship schedule, check out the MMA Rumors section of the site. Gallery Yushin Okami def. Dhiego Lima at UFC on FOX 29: Best photos view 12 images Voir l'article complet
  19. The California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) has upheld Megan Anderson’s victory over Cat Zingano, executive officer Andy Foster told MMA Fighting. Zingano appealed the TKO loss in front of the commission Tuesday in Anaheim, Calif. At UFC 232 on Dec. 29 in Inglewood, Calif., Anderson threw a kick in the first round and her toe went in Zingano’s eye. Zingano’s eye was injured by the toe and the referee stopped the fight due to Zingano not being able to intelligently defend herself. At the CSAC meeting Tuesday, Zingano’s team argued that a toe to the eye should be a foul in the same way that a finger to the eye is. Zingano claimed that the fight should have been ruled a no contest, the way it would have been if the finish came via an eye poke with the finger or fingers. The commission voted 6-1 to uphold the original result of TKO, with commissioner Mary Lehman the lone dissenter. The commissioners found that the way MMA’s Unified Rules are written that only a poke to the eye from a finger or fingers — not from a toe — constitutes a foul. The commissioners asked Foster, he said, to ask the Association of Boxing Commissions and Combative Sports (ABC) rules and regulations committee to take a look at this rule in the future. The night of the fight, John McCarthy, the godfather of MMA referees, explained on Twitter that the reason a poke from a toe is not considered a foul is because people cannot control their toes in the way they can close a fist on their hand. You punch with a closed fist. If you sustain an eye injury based upon a legal punch the eye injury could lead to you losing the fight via TKO. A fighter can not control toes in the same fashion they can fingers. That’s why we do not call toe pokes to the eye #AskBJM https://t.co/GVjEUXVEhd — Big John McCarthy (@JohnMcCarthyMMA) December 30, 2018 Zingano will likely not have any long-term injuries to her eye, she said, but she initially thought it was ruptured. She has called for a rematch against Anderson and Anderson has said she’d be willing to do it. Zingano said Sunday backstage at UFC Phoenix that she has an appointment for a follow up with a doctor March 1. I was worried my eye was ruptured. They say I’ll be ok tonight. Thanks to everyone for your concern. What are your thoughts on a finger digit poke vs a toe digit poke being ruled a tko? @ufc pic.twitter.com/qp6Ep4Q3MA — Alpha Cat Zingano (@CatZingano) December 30, 2018 “I thought I lost my eye,” Zingano said. “I thought if I opened my eye, it was going to spill out onto my face. I didn’t want to open it in the cage. When they came up and they checked it, they told me to open it. I said, ‘You’re not the one that I’m gonna open this for.’ Like, ‘I need somebody that knows what’s up to be looking at me.’ I thought I lost it.” Zingano described the intense pain she felt in her eye that night, stating that she’d rather have a baby “10 times” rather than go through that again. “My eye gets tired by the end of the day,” Zingano said. “It’s kind of like being under water just on one side of my head. My depth perception is off a bit, my dexterity is off a bit. Again, it’s been improving. It’s definitely not what it was a month ago. … My balance is off a bit. Probably the depth perception is the biggest struggle and then having just these weird kind of flashes, these weirds light going off.” Afficher l’article complet
  20. MMAjunkie Radio kicks off today at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT) with UFC featherweight Andre Fili and MMA coach Neil Melanson. Fili, who is coming off a unanimous decision victory over Myles Jury at UFC on ESPN 1 on Saturday, will discuss his performance and future. Melanson, a noted coach who has worked at Xtreme Couture, Alliance MMA and the Blackzilians, will co-host the entire episode in-studio. MMAjunkie Radio airs from 8 to 10 p.m. ET (5 to 7 p.m. PT), live from Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. You can watch and listen live above or on MMAjunkie’s YouTube page. Additionally, SiriusXM Fight Nation (Ch. 93) airs the show live, or you can catch an on-demand replay on the SiriusXM app. MMAjunkie Radio listener guide: HOW TO WATCH (ONLINE): Watch a live stream on MMAjunkie’s YouTube page. HOW TO CALL: MMAjunkie Radio takes phone calls from listeners throughout the show. Call the MMAjunkie Radio hotline at (866) 522-2846. HOW TO VISIT THE SHOW: You can watch MMAjunkie Radio live and in person at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. The booth is located in the resort’s sports book next to the Mandalay Bay poker room. To plan a trip to Sin City and MMAjunkie Radio, go to www.mandalaybay.com. (Note: You must be 21 or older to enter the casino.) HOW TO INTERACT: Follow MMAjunkie Radio on your favorite social-media platforms, including Twitter, Facebookand Instagram. HOW TO SUBSCRIBE: Never miss an episode of MMAjunkie by subscribing via iTunes, Stitcher or Audioboom. Voir l'article complet
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  25. PHOENIX — Backstage at UFC Phoenix, Jessica Penne discusses the injury that forced her off the card hours before, missing weight, how long she might be out and more. Afficher l’article complet
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