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  2. Conor McGregor was back in the news recently, as the first man ever to simultaneously hold two UFC weight-class titles detailed his side of the infamous UFC 229 post-fight brawl to famed motivational guru Tony Robbins. But while “Mystic Mac” and his side of the skirmish which reverberated around the sports world commanded the bulk of the attention, there was one important detail that seems to have escaped attention: the former lightweight and featherweight champion implied that the only way he’s going to return to the cage is if he gets another chance at the undefeated Dagestani champ. Others in the lightweight division might scoff at this notion, including interim champion Dustin Poirier, who seems next in line for a title shot, or former interim titleholder Tony Ferguson, especially where Nuramgomedov dominated McGregor before finishing him in the fourth round of the UFC 229 fight, right before the melee broke out. Regardless, USA Today Sports’ Sarah Kezele has the latest on McGregor’s push for another title shot, as she explains in the video you can see above. For more on the upcoming MMA schedule, check out the Rumors section of the site. Voir l'article complet
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  4. Aspen Ladd fancies a trip to Australia if the UFC is booking her next journey. “It seems like a beautiful place where everything wants to eat you,” she told MMA Junkie Radio. “But you never know.” A unanimous decision over Sijara Eubanks at this past week’s UFC on ESPN+ 10 brought Ladd her eighth career victory and a target for her next fight: Yana Kunitskaya (12-4 MMA, 2-1 UFC). The ex-Invicta champ first broached the subject after Ladd (8-0 MMA, 3-0 UFC) was scratched from a fight against ex-champ Holly Holm. With Eubanks now in the rearview mirror, Ladd is back on board and believes it would be a solid matchup. “There’s no need to be disrespectful,” she said. “We’re both athletes, we’re both very good at what we do – we’re professionals. “She needs a dance partner, and so do I. It’s a good time for us, and I can respectfully say I want to fight that person if she’s very good. Yana is being very respectful and (saying), ‘Let’s do this.'” Ladd targeted late summer as an ideal return date. The UFC is expected to head Down Under this fall for a middleweight title unifier between champ Robert Whittaker and interim champ Israel Adesanya, likely at October’s UFC 243. The weather might not be as good, but Ladd said that card could definitely host her preferred matchup. Ladd will work on her skills in the meantime. Her coaches weren’t big fans of the punches she took en route to a win over Eubanks, but she said they’re also a badge of pride. “I’m so grateful for the experience,” Ladd said. “Having that kind of fight under your belt, I think it helps you in your career and your fight comprehension.” Ladd still dominated the action on the canvas and landed just as many shots as she took with a Terminator style that wore out Eubanks. “I remember my coaches screaming at me, and I should have listened a little better,” she said. “I don’t remember too much.” Like Eubanks, Kunitskaya is a trained striker, so there will be plenty more opportunities to learn if the UFC pairs them together. To hear more from Ladd, check out the video above. For more on the UFC’s upcoming schedule, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site. MMA Junkie Radio broadcasts Monday-Friday at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT) live from Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino’s Race & Sports Book. The show is hosted by “Gorgeous” George Garcia, Brian “Goze” Garcia and Dan Tom. For more information or to download past episodes, go to www.mmajunkie.com/radio. You can also check out www.siriusxm.com/siriusxmfightnation. Voir l'article complet
  5. Je vous suis: techniquement le gars a toujours été présent, et bien que son stand up est évolué, c'est surtout au niveau mental que Oliveira semble avoir grandement progressé! Maintenant, quelle(s) suites pour lui? Lui qui c'est toujours ramassé face à l'élite (d'ailleurs, certains tops actuels comme Cerrone ou Felder font partis de ses bourreaux). Barboza serait (pour moi) un excellent choix car il, en plus d'être bien classé, le mec est un grand technicien debout dont le style d'accorderait parfaitement à celui de "Do Bronx" , ce qui nous offrirait donc une splendide confrontation.
  6. Official weigh-ins for Thursday’s PFL 2019, Week 2 take place Wednesday in New York, and you can watch a video of the session, courtesy of the promotion. PFL 2019, Week 2 takes place Thursday at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y., and features the 2019 season debuts of the lightweight and featherweight divisions. In the night’s main event, 2018 featherweight champion Lance Palmer (17-3) meets promotional newcomer (12-1). The evening’s preliminary card airs on ESPN2, while the main card follows on ESPN+. PFL 2019, Week 2 weigh-in results include: MAIN CARD (ESPN+, 9 p.m. ET) Lance Palmer () vs. Alex Gilpin () Nate Andrews () vs. Chris Wade () Andre Harrison () vs. Peter Petties () Ramsey Nijem () vs. Ronys Torres () Akhmed Aliev () vs. Carlos Silva () Alexandre Almeida () vs. Luis Rafael Laurentino () Ylies Djiroun () vs. Islam Mamedov () Rashid Magomedov () vs. Loik Radzhabov () PRELIMINARY CARD (ESPN2, 7 p.m. ET) Natan Schulte () vs. Bao Yincang () Alexandre Bezerra () vs. Jeremy Kennedy () Damon Jackson () vs. Movlid Khaybulaev () Gadzhi Rabadanov () vs. Steven Siler () For more on PFL 2019, Week 2, check out the MMA Rumors section of the site. Voir l'article complet
  7. No-Gi/Black-Belt/Adult/Male/Open-Class - Final.
  8. The Professional Fighters League returns to the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Thursday for its second show of the 2019 season, but three Brazilians have been pulled from the card in Long Island, NY. Alexandre Bezerra, who was slated to take on Jeremy Kennedy in a featherweight bout, weighed in at 155 pounds on Wednesday morning, coming in nine pounds over the weight. Bezerra told MMA Fighting he passed out while cutting weight in a hot tub and was taken by his coach to a local hospital. According to “Popo”, he still had seven pounds left to cut when he passed out. Kennedy, a UFC veteran, will now take on Brazilian prospect Luis Rafael Laurentino, who was left without an opponent after Alexandre Almeida missed weight by one pound. The third Brazilian removed from Thursday night’s event is Ronys Torres, who was not medically cleared by the New York State Athletic Commission for undisclosed reasons, according to sources. His opponent, Ramsey Nijem, will be awarded three points in the PFL system. The PFL card will be headlined by featherweights Lance Palmer and Alex Gilpin, who made weight on Wednesday. The complete weigh-in results can be seen below. Lance Palmer (145.2) vs. Alex Gilpin (145.4) Chris Wade (155.4) vs. Nate Andrews (155.6) Andre Harrison (145.8) vs. Peter Petties (144.6) Ramsey Nijem (154.4) vs. Ronys Torres (not medically cleared) Akhmed Aliev (155.4) vs. Carlao Silva (154.8) Alexandre Almeida (147*) vs. Luis Rafael Laurentino (145.4) Islam Mamedov (155.6) vs. Ylies Djiroun (155.4) Rashid Magomedov (154.8) vs. Loik Radzhabov (155.6) Natan Schulte (155) vs. Bao Yincang (154.8) Alexandre Bezerra (155*) vs. Jeremy Kennedy (145.4) Damon Jackson (145.2) vs. Movlid Khaybulaev (145.8) Steven Siler (145.4) vs. Gadzhi Rabadanov (145.6) *missed weight Afficher l’article complet
  9. No-Gi/Black-Belt/Adult/Male/Middle - Final.
  10. Black-Belt/Adult/Male/Middle - Final.
  11. One last hurdle in booking Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Dustin Poirier has been cleared. The Nevada State Athletic Commission today approved a 35-day reduction in the current suspensions of Abubakar Nurmagomedov and Zubaira Tukhugov, NSAC executive director Bob Bennett told MMA Junkie. The two fighters are now eligible to compete at UFC 242, which is scheduled for Sept. 7 in Abu Dhabi – and that means UFC lightweight champ Nurmagomedov, who vowed to not fight again until his teammates were also cleared, can stick to his promise while still appearing in the night’s headliner. “It’s been a rough process that cost us a lot of money and time,” the fighters’ manager, Ali Abdelaziz told MMA Junkie. “I’m glad it’s over. Now Abubakar and Zubaira can get back to do what they love to do and pursue their dreams. “I want to thank Mr. Hunter Campbell for his help throughout the process. Without him this couldn’t happen.” Nurmagomedov and Tukhugov requested the 35-day reduction, citing the commission’s failure to initially offer community service as a way of reducing the one-year orders issued earlier this year for their role in the infamous post-UFC 229 brawl that broke out following Khabib Nurmagomedov’s victory over Conor McGregor. Bennett said the commission found the request to be “fair and equitable” and approved the new adjudication agreement, which still sees the fighters serve nearly 11 months of the original one-year suspension. Nurmagomedov and Tukhugov, who have already paid their $25,000 fines, must now complete 10 hours of community service, aimed at benefitting the youth of their chosen locale. Bennett said he was told the fighters plan to complete the community service by the end of June. “Provided it is significant and productive for the youth, upon my approval and recommendation to the commission, the commission would then reduce their suspension 35 days, thus allowing them to fight on or after after Sept. 2,” Bennett said. For more on UFC 242, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site. Voir l'article complet
  12. Giorgio Petrosyan’s loss to Petchmorrakot Petchyindee has been overturned to a no-contest, ONE Championship CEO Chatri Sityodtong announced on his social media on Wednesday. Petrosyan originally lost a close decision to Petchyindee last Friday in Singapore, with Petchyindee advancing to the ONE kickboxing tournament semifinal. After “an official review”, the promotion has changed the result. “ONE Championship has conducted an official review of the controversial bout between Giorgio Petrosyan and Petchmorrakot Petchyindee at ONE: Enter The Dragon in Singapore,” Sityodtong wrote. “In fairness to all parties, the ONE Competition Committee has formally declared the bout a no contest. The referee did not adequately control the illegal clinching, resulting in multiple infractions during the bout.” According to Sityodtong, Petrosyan (99-2-2-2) and Petchyindee (159-34-2-1) will meet again for a quarterfinal bout. Watch the full three-round fight below (starts at 41:35). Afficher l’article complet
  13. A heavyweight grudge match – at least for one half of the contest – is heading to the Lone Star State. ESPN.com first reported UFC officials are in the process of booking a bout between Juan Adams and Greg Hardy for UFC on ESPN 4, which takes place July 20 at AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. More on this in just a moment. For more on UFC on ESPN 4, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site. Voir l'article complet
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  15. It’s apparently going to take more than an unexpected claim to rattle Valentina Shevchenko ahead of UFC 238. Shevchenko, the UFC women’s flyweight champion, posted a video of herself last week in which she’s hitting a heavy bag at the UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas. It stirred up, shall we call it, a mini-controversy thanks to Jessica Eye. Eye, who’s set to challenge for Shevchenko’s title on June 8 in Chicago, took to Twitter after seeing the video to offer an opinion. Without resharing, Eye claimed that Shevchenko intentionally sped up the footage to make herself look better. She sped up her video to make her sled look faster dude I am dead right I didn’t know it’s a thing and people do that . Hilarious Here’s the video in question (via <a href=" Some folks on Twitter and Instagram laughed at Eye's claim, believing that Shevchenko really is just that quick with her hands and feet. Others, however, pointed to the speed of the cars on the freeway as evidence to support Eye's claim of the footage being doctored. To be sure, Shevchenko retweeted Eye and issued a one-liner response that same day last week. But during a Tuesday appearance on MMA Junkie Radio, the champ made it clear that she wasn’t bothered one bit by Eye’s claim. “It didn’t bother me like how people are trying to imagine, like it goes deep to your soul, like it bothers you too much,” Shevchenko said. “No, this doesn’t happen with me, because to make that happen it would have to be too much happening. I know how to control my emotions and how cool I have to be before the fight, to concentrate all my emotions on one thing, to explode during the fight. Of course, I felt that I had to tell her something, because if the person (makes up) stupid things, you have to respond. Even if they don’t make any sense, this is my point of view, and I shared it with everyone.” Further evidence that Shevchenko is unfazed by Eye’s potential attempt at playing mind games before the fight? She’s been crossing paths with her at the UFC PI, where they’re both training, and keeps things cordial. “For me, it’s nothing. I even can say hello to her,” Shevchenko said. “For me, it doesn’t cost anything, because in the octagon we have to fight. Right now, I have to prepare for my fight. This is what I think about everything, all day long, to be the best version of me for my fight. I don’t spend too much energy on different things.” For more more UFC 238, visit the UFC Rumors section of the site. Voir l'article complet
  16. Stream or download Tuesday’s episode of MMA Junkie Radio with Dustin Poirier, Valentina Shevchenko, Ray Sefo, and Dave Hirschbein. UFC interim lightweight champ Poirier caught us up on what life has been like since winning gold, as well as the status of a title unifier with Khabib Nurmagomedov. UFC women’s flyweight champ Shevchenko dished on preparation for her upcoming June 8 title fight vs. Jessica Eye. PFL president Sefo previewed PFL Week 2, which goes down Thursday in Uniondale, N.Y. Hirschbein, the founder of MMA GOLD in Sacramento, dished on a few of his fighters, including recent UFC Rochester winner Aspen Ladd. Stream or download the entire episode over at AudioBoom.com, or watch a replay in the video above. Voir l'article complet
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  18. Welcome to the latest edition of Missed Fists where we shine a light on fights from across the globe that may have been overlooked in these hectic times where it seems like there’s an MMA show every other day. Before we do anything, we have to congratulate two-time Missed Fists standout Michel Pereira on his dazzling UFC debut this past weekend in Rochester. We first met young Michel when he won our hearts with a straight-up stupid performance against Hae Jun Yang and then somehow topped that by flying around like he was in a stage production of Robin Hood in a win over Dae Sung Kim. We stopped short of naming Pereira the Missed Fists Fighter of the Year (Charles Bennett would not and never will be denied), but I imagine he’s not too heartbroken about it given how things turned out. Willian Baraka vs. Douglas Wendel Willian Baraka KO's Douglas Wendel!! Hot Damn! #WOCS54 #WOCS #MMA #Fights #Fighting #KO #Knockout https://t.co/VyrXwJAT6B — wildmatt (@wildmatt) May 19, 2019 AL: While it’s always fun to usher in the new, we also want to honor newly announced UFC Hall of Fame inductee Rashad Evans in our own charming way. More accurately, a 1-2 combination from Willian Baraka to Douglas Wendel paid homage to Evans’s unfortunate loss to Lyoto Machida back at UFC 98. I can only describe the above as “Stanky Leg 2019.” JM: We may have peaked early this week because that fight was awesome. The two just stand in the pocket trading shots before Wendel put forth what has to be the frontrunner for “He Fell Funny” of 2019. Probably not the way you want to start off your pro MMA career but hey, there’s no such thing as bad publicity. Plus, when someone finally gives me an MMA promotion to run, I will seek out fighters who get knocked out in comical ways. After all, if you’re gonna lose, do it in a fan-friendly fashion. AL: In all seriousness, huge congratulations to Evans who had an outstanding career and is more than deserving of enshrinement in the Hall of Fame. The Baraka-Wendel fight and the rest of Watch Out Combat Show 54, which took place in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday, is available on the promotion’s Facebook page. Samy Sana vs. Yodsanklai Jo Nattawut vs. Sasha Moisa Miao Li Tao vs. Dejdamrong Saygid Guseyn Arslanaliev vs. Amir Khan AL: As noted by Lucas Bourdon, Friday was a day of upsets in the kickboxing world and that included a pair of highly anticipated matchups at ONE Championship: Enter the Dragon in Kallang, Singapore (event available for international viewers on YouTube and to U.S. viewers via Bleacher Report, as well as on the ONE app). First, in what was probably the best fight of the weekend, Samy Sana avenged five-and-a-half-year-old loss to Yodsanklai, out-slugging the Thai superstar and handing him his first loss since November 2011. JM: First of all, as a man who specializes in Takes, I’ve got to respect the hell out of Schiavello for arguing that Yodsanklai was not hurt despite him being unable to stand up after getting dropped. Secondly, the second round of this fight was bananas. The third was also great but the second was really where things got wild. Props to Sana for the win. Great showing against an excellent opponent. AL: Sana is moving on to the semifinals of the $1,000,000 155-pound tournament where he will fight Dzhabar Askerov. On the other side of the bracket, there was another upset as Petchmorakot outpointed Giorgio Petrosyan, though the result has since been changed to a no contest after officials ruled that Petchmorakot engaged in illegal clinching throughout the match. Petchmorakot and Petrosyan will meet in an immediate rematch for the right to face Jo Nattawut, who emphatically closed the door on his matchup with Sasha Moisa: Smokin’ Jo Nattawut turns up the and finishes Sasha Moisa with a third-round TKO, moving on to the ONE Featherweight Kickboxing World Grand Prix semifinals! #WeAreONE #EnterTheDragon #Singapore #MartialArts pic.twitter.com/MnbjuFsgyz — ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) May 17, 2019 JM: That knockdown was awesome. It looked like Moisa decided to start sprinting only he ran directly down into the canvas. Man, tournaments are just the best. AL: As far as the MMA portion of the card went, there was no shortage of action there either. WHAT. A. KNOCKOUT Miao Li Tao turns the lights out on former ONE World Champion Dejdamrong with a HUGE left hook! #WeAreONE #EnterTheDragon #Singapore #MartialArts pic.twitter.com/1eHpsHlUSt — ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) May 17, 2019 Miao Li Tao turned former ONE 115-pound champion Dejdamrong into former living human Dejdamrong with a left hand right on the proverbial button. JM: You know what I don’t think I’ve ever noticed but I’m definitely feeling? The bell being frantically hammered when someone dies at ONE. Sure, we know the fight is over because there’s a dead body in the ring and the referee has intervened, but I like the panache of the bell. It’s certainly better than hearing “It’s allllllllllllll over!” 13 times a night. AL: And Saygid Guseyn Arslanaliev crushed Amir Khan with a few gorgeous uppercuts to move into the finals of the ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix where he waits for either Lowen Tynanes or Timofey Nastyukhin: "Dagi" Arslanaliev PUNCHES his ticket to the ONE Lightweight World Grand Prix finals by knocking out Amir Khan in Round 1! #WeAreONE #EnterTheDragon #Singapore #MartialArts pic.twitter.com/To2Ec2KeOz — ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) May 17, 2019 JM: Oh MMAmir Khan. You are not nearly as good as your boxing counterpart, yet I can’t help but think of him every time you lose, which seems to be often lately. Perhaps he’ll fight Eddie Alvarez next in a battle of men who have lost to Nastyukhin. Alex Pereira vs. Jason Wilnis AL: Continuing the trend of kickboxing upsets, Marat Grigorian won a decision over Sitthichai to take the Glory lightweight title, but the real highlight of Glory 65 (available for replay on UFC Fight Pass) was Alex Pereira defending his middleweight belt with a skull-rattling knee on Jason Wilnis: ALEX PEREIRA IS A MONSTER!!! He DESTROYS Jason Wilnis to defend his middleweight title! #GLORY65 pic.twitter.com/6PidF0kDO3 — GLORY Kickboxing (@GLORY_WS) May 17, 2019 JM: You know how everyone is all jazzed about our boy Michel Pereira’s flying knee-to-right hand combo KO over the weekend? Well, this one is much better. That landed flush and didn’t need a right hand behind it. I guess Pereira means flying skull-crusher in Portuguese. Keiji vs. Hitoshi Sugimoto AL: Sticking around in the world of kickboxing, we offer a round of applause to cruiserweights (approx. 200 pounds) Hitoshi Sugimoto and Keiji for throwing it all down at K-1 Krush Fight.101 in Tokyo on Saturday: Keiji faceplanted Hitoshi in 2R (K-1 Krush) pic.twitter.com/JTPQ0fFiKg — Jolassanda (@Jolassanda) May 18, 2019 Sugimoto went in to brawl and die. Mission accomplished. JM: If it weren’t for Wendel’s glorious sacrifice to start this column, Hitoshi would be up for the “He Fell Funny” of the week. The delayed faceplant is a personal favorite of mine because it looks like his mind is ahead of his body on the whole “Nope, I’m done here thing.” He drops to his knees like he’s finished and then his brain finally catches up and shuts the lights off. Plop. Aorigele vs. Jae Hyuk Heo Dong Guk Shin vs. Tamotsu Hayashi AL: Ah, Road FC, I love you so. Where else can we watch our main men Aorigele and Jae Hyuk Heo doing their thing? That Facebook clip has the entire fight between Aorigele and Heo from last Friday, but it doesn’t include Heo’s singing so really what’s the point? This is what the people want: my singing idol - Jae Hyuk Heo is about to fight this monster Aorigele now pic.twitter.com/i30xh2mMLb — Jolassanda (@Jolassanda) May 18, 2019 JM: It’s true, who doesn’t love karaoke. And I’ve certainly heard worse renditions of Queen. Hell, I’ve sung worse renditions of Queen. Unfortunately for him, Aorigele was in fact able to Stop Him Now. Aorigele destroyed Jae Hyuk Heo ib 1R (RoadFC) pic.twitter.com/SNJfUkM2YI — Jolassanda (@Jolassanda) May 18, 2019 Also, shout out to Road FC for pretending that heavyweight doesn’t stop at 265. At least their graphics department knew this was an openweight contest. AL: The lightweight fight just before the co-main event had a wild finish, with Dong Guk Shin eventually getting a bead on Tamotsu Hayashi for the TKO win. But there’s a lot happening here, break this one down for me: crazy finish Dong Guk Shin TKOd Hayashi in 1R (RoadFC) pic.twitter.com/uxfc3lpdIU — Jolassanda (@Jolassanda) May 18, 2019 JM: How can I break down the Tasmanian Devil fighting a whirling dervish? You know what this reminds me of though? How dope my MMA Slip ‘n Slide league would be. Also, what is on Shin’s back? Is that tape? I have so many questions. AL: Let’s wrap up this week by checking in on the wild world of lethwei, courtesy of @inxxane. Natkhat Aung vs. Gyit Too is a draw. All Natkhat in this fight but couldn't finish him. pic.twitter.com/HDEvqVOgVS — inxxane (@inxxane) May 19, 2019 The old headbutt to the back of the head attempt. pic.twitter.com/9Al1IbmJZ5 — inxxane (@inxxane) May 19, 2019 I honestly can’t provide much info on these clips other than to tell you that they came from a show in Hpa-an, Myanmar, but I can say that the headbutt to the back of the head needs to be legalized everywhere immediately. No can defend! JM: I’m glad to see you are finally coming around to my line of things on the headbutts. We need those back in MMA, stat. Also, those clips don’t need context, they’re just awesome. That throw was sick and if you’re ever in a vicious street fight (and really, what is lethwei if not a vicious street fight in a ring?) and don’t headbutt the back of someone’s skull, you’re doing it wrong. AL: Remember kids, there’s only one rule in lethwei: First one to die, loses! If you know of a recent fight or event that you think may have been overlooked or a promotion that could use some attention, please let us know on Twitter @JedKMeshew and @AlexanderKLee using the hashtag #MissedFists. Afficher l’article complet
  19. By now, you’ve probably heard that Paulie Malignaggi and Artem Lobov are going to engage in a bit of fisticuffs. The former boxing champion and the UFC veteran are headlining Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship’s June 22 event in Tampa, Fla. There’s certainly a bit of history between the two, with Malignaggi serving as a training partner for Lobov’s longtime teammate, Conor McGregor, when the former UFC champ was prepping for a boxing match with Floyd Mayweather. But at this point, the rivalry is getting downright nasty. Related What are Paulie Malignaggi and Artem Lobov really selling, and are we seriously going to buy it? Sure, trashtalk was expected. But it’s escalated to a point where Malignaggi spit at Lobov during a press conference earlier this week. So for our latest MMA Junkie Radio Daily Debate, we wanted to know your opinion: Is the hype for Paulie Malignaggi vs. Artem Lobov BKFC match going too far? The results, via Twitter: Today's #DailyDebate question for @MMAjunkieRadio: Is the hype for the upcoming Paulie Malignaggi vs. Artem Lobov bare-knuckle boxing match going too far? — MMA Junkie (@MMAjunkie) May 21, 2019 To hear the MMA Junkie Radio crew weigh in on the topic, watch the video above. For more on the upcoming MMA schedule, check out the MMA Rumors section of the site. MMA Junkie Radio broadcasts Monday-Friday at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT) live from Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino’s Race & Sports Book. The show is hosted by “Gorgeous” George Garcia, Brian “Goze” Garcia and Dan Tom. For more information or to download past episodes, go to www.mmajunkie.com/radio. You can also check out www.siriusxm.com/siriusxmfightnation. Gallery Photos: Paulie Malignaggi vs. Artem Lobov news conference in New York Voir l'article complet
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