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  • index 11:49 am on June 17, 2017 Permalink
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    According to the original plan, Vitor Belfort, MMA legend was to take on Nate Marquardt on June 3, the main card of UFC 212,in a fight that will go down as the last of his legendary career.

    However, it seems his fighting days are far from over. Recent reports has it that since the announcement of his retirement fight with Marquardt, Belfort has backtracked on his retirement fights.

    His current position now suggests that even though this might be his last fight in the UFC, it would not be his last overall.

    After making the necessary clarifications on the circumstances surrounding his upcoming fight with Marquardt, Gustavo Lacerda, Belfort’s manager who spoke to the MMA Ganhador podcast has offered up even more information.

    Lacerda believes that Belfort is well suited to continue a fighting career, despite his hormonal deficiency which is known to almost everyone. He also hopes that they can take fights one after, first finishing the one with Marquardt and then looking on for better days. (More …)

  • index 9:39 am on May 10, 2015 Permalink
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    Chael Sonnen believes Lesnar can still join UFC 

    Former Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC fighter Chael Sonnen, like most fans, was looking forward to the return of Brock Lesnar to the Octagon after four years away from the promotion and like any other fan; he was also left disappointed when Lesnar announced a renewal of his contract with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). But the American is not willing to close the door on his return to the UFC for good.

    But Sonnen also said that he completely understood what Lesnar meant when he said that his legacy inside the cage in the UFC was over.

    The American is currently working as an analyst for the UFC and Chael Sonnen feels that the comments made by Lesnar was pretty obvious in nature – he tried his best to make it feel as if he was ready to return to fighting again competitively.

    Lesnar, although never had the best record in the UFC as well as in Mixed Martial Arts, was a devastating combat fighter in his prime at the UFC but his prime was too short. He was on the verge of becoming a free agent with his WWE contract nearing an end and made enough overtures to the UFC for fans to think he was coming back. However, that wasn’t to be and he recently announced that he had signed a new deal with the promotion. (More …)

  • admin 12:06 pm on December 30, 2009 Permalink
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    MMA pound for pound professional boxing rankings 

    MMA Pound for Pound present The Ring Magazine pound for pound is a list of the current pound for pound professional boxing rankings distributed by The Ring magazine.

    Manny Pacquiao
    Record: 50-3-2 (38 KO)
    Weight Class: Welterweight/Junior welterweight
    Title: WBO Welterweight Champion, WBO Super Champion/The Ring Junior Welterweight Champion, WBC Emeritus and Diamond Champion

    Floyd Mayweather Jr
    Record: 40-0 (25 KO)
    Weight Class: Welterweight
    Title: WBC Emeritus Champion

    Shane Mosley
    Record: 46-5-0-1 (39 KO)
    Weight Class: Welterweight
    Title: WBA Welterweight Champion (“Undisputed”)

    Bernard Hopkins
    Record: 50-5-1-1 (32 KO)
    Weight Class: Light heavyweight
    Title: WBC Emeritus Champion, WBO Super Champion

    Juan Manuel Márquez
    Record: 50-5-1 (37 KO)
    Weight Class: Lightweight
    Title: WBA and WBO Lightweight Champion (“Undisputed”), WBO Super Champion/The Ring Lightweight Champion

    Nonito Donaire
    Record: 22-1 (14 KO)
    Weight Class: Junior bantamweight
    Title: interim WBA Super flyweight Champion

    Miguel Ángel Cotto
    Record: 34-2 (27 KO)
    Weight Class: Welterweight

    Celestino Caballero
    Record: 33-2 (23 KO)
    Weight Class: Junior featherweight
    Title: WBA and IBF Junior featherweight Champion (“Undisputed”)

    Chad Dawson
    Record: 29-0-0-1 (17 KO)
    Weight Class: Light heavyweight
    Title: interim WBC Light heavyweight Champion

    Paul Williams
    Record: 38-1 (27 KO)
    Weight Class: Middleweight

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