Mir wants Brock Lesnar Dead

March 15th, 2010

Ufc star Frank Mir has unleashed a sickening rant about previous WWE globe champ Brock Lesnar — saying he or she wants to kill him.

Lesnar lost upon his Ufc introduction to Mir, but later defeated the Vegas-born star to get the actual company's top quality globe championship.

But in advance of talk about the third possible clash, Mir says he HATES Lesnar and wants him to DIE.

During a radio interview with previous WCW commentator Mark Madden, he stormed: "I want in order to battle Brock Lesnar. I hate him as a person.

"I want to break his neck in the ring.

"I would like him to end up being the actual first person which dies to Octagon-related injuries."

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Toney vs UFC Champion Brock Lesnar… maybe soon

March 15th, 2010

In the event that James Toney is trying in order to persuade individuals which his signing with the Ufc isn't a sideshow, his most recent interview might not really do him any favours.

Toney, the previous heavyweight champion on the planet of boxing, had some choice words on that he would like to face in his octagon introduction, that he shared using the crew from HDNet's Inside Mma.

"I would like Brock Lesnar. I'm the heavyweight champion of the globe versus the Ufc champ. That'd end up being a hell of the match," stated Toney.

"Randy Couture, Chuck Liddell, Tito Ortiz, or whatever their name is actually. This doesn't matter. I'm not really a sideshow. This particular is the real deal here," he added.

At 41-years-old, Toney offers accumulated the boxing record of 72-6-3 with two no contests, but hasn't contended for a name since 2006. He now turns their concentrate to mixed martial arts where he or she seems to be enjoying his latest challenge.

"The training is actually difficult, I love it," explained Toney. "I get away on hard things like which, the harder the actual better for me."

In spite of their new found desire to compete within the Ufc, Toney still feels passionately about boxing as well as is actually adamant which he deserves respect with regard to almost all he has accomplished during his job in the ring.

"I'm the big fan of Mixed martial arts, don't get me wrong, I've never said nothing less concerning the activity. But whenever you arrive disrespect the man who's 20 years deep as well as offers won 12 globe titles in 6 different pounds divisions and say the Mma activity is better compared to boxing, you got in order to end up being kidding me."

While his signing using the Ufc has been officially announced, there is actually absolutely no date or opponent within place yet for Toney.

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Sherdogs top 10 Fighters

March 15th, 2010

It has been a slow start for MMA’s pound-for-pound elite in 2010. However, the first time a divisional leader stepped into the cage this year, spoilage was on the menu.

Brian Bowles quickly, deftly climbed from rung to rung in the bantamweight division, rolling over all challengers, culminating in his sensational August knockout of Miguel Torres to take the World Extreme Cagefighting bantamweight title. However, his reign atop the division and tenure on this list was short-lived. In his first defense on March 6, Bowles had no offense and no answer for upstart Dominick Cruz, who ducked, dodged, jabbed and kicked his way to two lopsided rounds before Bowles bowed out with a broken hand before round three.

The weeks ahead, however, will put the pound-for-pound community on display more prominently.

UFC 111 on March 27 in Newark, N.J., will host three of this list’s entrants, including two against one another in a critical battle for second fiddle status at 170 pounds. UFC 112 on April 10 in the United Arab Emirates will feature two pound-for-pound elites defending their respective divisional mantles and UFC titles. When Strikeforce returns to CBS on April 17, the newest addition to these rankings will try to convince stateside doubters he deserves pound-for-pound status by adding the Strikeforce lightweight crown to his hardware. Then, on April 24, the WEC heads to pay-per-view with the number one and number two featherweights on the planet on the slate.

That’s eight of the 10 men on this list in action over the next six weeks. How truly spoiled we are.

1. Anderson Silva (25-4)

As Zuffa knows all too well, booking the pound-for-pound king of the sport is difficult. Silva could be the toughest man for whom to find challenges in MMA, and it’s often reflected by fans and journalists alike writing off his opponents months before they ever set foot in the cage with “The Spider.” On the flipside, it ensures that even when disaster strikes, we get an elite-level replacement. With Vitor Belfort going down to a shoulder injury, Silva’s next title defense at UFC 112 on April 10 in Abu Dhabi will now come against fellow Brazilian Demian Maia, who steps in for “The Phenom.” It's a seamless transition from top 10 opponent to top 10 opponent and will provide Silva yet another opportunity to build on his hefty list of victims.

2. Georges St. Pierre (19-2)

In his last three bouts, St. Pierre squared off with Jon Fitch, B.J. Penn and then Thiago Alves. Coincidentally, all three of those fighters appear on this list. When one’s resume is replete with pound-for-pound entrants, it’s hard for future opposition to measure up. Such is the situation with British standout Dan Hardy, who has put together four quality wins in the UFC and established himself as a bona fide top 10 welterweight. Even though that, spectators are typically down on Hardy’s chances at UFC 111 on March 27 and see the bout as little more than a tune-up for St. Pierre. However, it remains to be seen if the power of propaganda can change public opinion, as the bout is the subject of the second edition of “UFC: Primetime,” which proved instrumental in hyping the St. Pierre-Penn rematch last year.

3. Fedor Emelianenko (31-1, 1 NC)

Emelianenko was supposed to embark on his next conquest for Strikeforce in April, after he wiped out Brett Rogers in thrilling fashion in the promotion’s November CBS debut. However, a contract impasse between Strikeforce and M-1, Emelianenko’s representation, put the breaks on his appearance, which now looks more likely for June or July. In some ways, the delay can be a blessing in disguise. It won't buy Strikeforce a world of time, but if Emelianenko had fought and knocked off Fabricio Werdum as anticipated in April, it would have left the Russian with one last obvious foil — Alistair Overeem — as we entered the summer. Now, the obvious end of Strikeforce’s short heavyweight gallery is further off.

4. Lyoto Machida (16-)

After ripping through Thiago Silva and Rashad Evans in consecutive bouts in 2009, Machida had already ignited complaints about the inability of other light heavyweights to challenge him before he had even defended the UFC title. His October bout with Mauricio “Shogun” Rua vividly showed once again the folly of proclaiming any MMA fighter unbeatable, as Machida’s unanimous decision victory became the most debated and unpopular decision of the year. With the Rua rematch slated for May 8 at UFC 113 and an increasing number of highly gifted 205-pound prospects in MMA, Machida’s road to dominating the light heavyweight division has quickly become a much taller task than previously anticipated for the proud karateka.

5. B.J. Penn (15-5-1)

For the first six years of his MMA career, fans simply wanted to see Penn focus his attention on being the dominating lightweight he could be, instead of pursuing challenges up and down the scale. Over the last three years — one detour against Georges St. Pierre aside — he has, blowing out the kind of Joe Stevenson, Sean Sherk, Kenny Florian and Diego Sanchez. Quickly, even those who wanted to see Penn lord over the lightweights have started to question if there are any challenges to be had for Penn. At UFC 112 on April 10 in Abu Dhabi, Penn will enter his next UFC title defense against Frankie Edgar as a prohibitive favorite. After the bout, it is likely the drum-beating for Penn at 170 pounds will only increase in volume.

6. Jose Aldo (16-1)

Since his World Extreme Cagefighting debut in June 2008, Aldo is 6- with six stoppages, including four in 2009 alone. It is little wonder that the hottest thing out of the Amazon jungle was Sherdog.com’s “Fighter of the Year” for ’09. However, Aldo’s brilliant campaign last year leads to a harder road from here on out. Aldo will now be tasked with defending his title against the top featherweight challengers the WEC provides, fight in and fight out. It starts with former champion Urijah Faber at WEC 48 on April 24 before a highly partisan Sacramento crowd that will want him to lose and lose badly. If Aldo is truly set to become MMA’s first featherweight superstar, we will find out shortly.

7. Jon Fitch (21-3, 1 NC)

If MMA were football, Fitch would be running a jumbo formation for 3 . 5 yards a carry and winning by a field goal. To say that Fitch’s no-frills, top-position grappling has worn the patience of many MMA onlookers would be an understatement. However, there remains the fact that in the last seven years, he has lost once — to Georges St. Pierre of all people. His record in that time? Nineteen wins against one loss, with 11 of those wins in the Octagon against elite opposition. Fitch will have the chance to fortify his resume even further on March 27, when he rematches Brazilian Thiago Alves, whom he stopped in June 2006.

8. Mike Thomas Brown (22-5)

The world has fallen so deeply in love with Jose Aldo that the featherweight reign of Mike Thomas Brown seems like five years ago, not five months ago. While it will be the man Brown conquered twice in his biggest wins, Urijah Faber, who next challenges Aldo for the 145-pound throne, Brown will find a home on the same WEC 48 card — the promotion’s first on pay-per-view. In order to rise back up the ladder for a chance to regain the WEC crown, Brown will suffer from fellow UFC veteran Manny Gamburyan, who is 2- since dropping the more physically appropriate 145-pound division.

9. Thiago Alves (16-6)

Alves’ place in the MMA world reminds us of why context is important. In his last bout, he struggled to win a single minute of 25 against welterweight kingpin Georges St. Pierre. However, apart from his loss to St. Pierre, Alves smashed outstanding welterweights left, right and center and arguably had a better 2008 campaign — weight issues against Matt Hughes aside — than any other fighter in the sport. As we wade deeper into 2010, Alves will have the chance to solidify himself as one of MMA’s super elite at UFC 111 on March 27, when he rematches Jon Fitch, who bested him in June 2006. The fight will crown the second-best fighter in one of MMA’s richest, most competitive weight classes.

10. Shinya Aoki (23-4, 1 NC)

In the last three years, Aoki has fought 15 times. In those bouts, he has picked up wins over the kind of Akira Kikuchi, Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante, Caol Uno, Eddie Alvarez, Vitor “Shaolin” Ribeiro, Joachim Hansen and Mizuto Hirota. Yet, despite one of MMA’s deepest dockets and a staggering highlight reel of submissions, Aoki remains one of the sport’s most polarizing fighters, largely due to his over-the-top and often petulant persona. However, the 26-year-old grappling ace will have the chance to silence doubters on April 17, when he challenges Gilbert Melendez for Strikeforce’s lightweight crown in his stateside debut.

* With his March 6 loss to Dominick Cruz, the previously ninth-ranked Brian Bowles falls outside the pound-for-pound top 10.

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Fedors Manager Talks Dana White, The UFC

March 15th, 2010

Num one rated heavyweight Fedor Emelianenkos manager, Vadim Finkelstein, recently spoke regarding the potential of Fedor signing in the UFC and their thoughts on Dana Whites frame of mind:

It depends on UFC. We would like to cooperate with them. Every thing depends upon their diplomacy. It might be likely should they be flexible… I don't want to tackle UFC, I'd like to see to co-operate with these. I believe it would be most critical solution for just anybody – for all of us, on their behalf, and for MMA lovers.

That is his character, Dana White just likes to call names. He did not point out harmful points with regards to M-1 only, presently there have been a lot of scenarios somewhere they has been difficult. That creates me pleased whenever Ufc president dana white mentions us. We value the UFC, they have accomplished a great deal for the development of Mixed martial arts, so i can pardon them many of these attacks. All of us respect him and let him grumble.

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Pro Gamer Site is lauched for all games

April 8th, 2009

The author of LoveUFC has launched a brand new Pro Gamer site aimed at training gamers become better on online competitive sports.


You can search through all the guides like Street Fighter 4 and other games. If you submit game guides you will get donations from viewers.

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UFC 77 Results, Silva Retains MW Belt!!

October 22nd, 2007

Anderson Silva def. Rich Franklin via TKO (strikes) Round 2, 1:07.

Tim Sylvia def. Brandon Vera via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-28, 29-28).

Alvin Robinson def. Jorge Gurgel via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-27, 29-27).

Stephan Bonnar def. Eric Schafer via TKO (strikes) Round 2, 2:47.

Alan Belcher def. Kalib Starnes via TKO (strikes)  Round 2, 1:39.

Yushin Okami def. Jason MacDonald via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 20-27).

Demian Maia def. Ryan Jensen via submission (rear-naked choke) Round 1, 2:40.

Josh Burkman def. Forrest Petz via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).

Matt Grice def. Jason Black via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).

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October 13th, 2007


Randy Couture alerted Dana White in a letter from South Africa that he was severing ties with UFC and vacating the heavyweight title. It is believed the main area of contention (but not the only one) was UFC's inability to make the long-awaited Couture vs. Fedor Emelianenko PRIDE vs. UFC Heavyweight Champion dream fight. Fedor very recently signed a deal with the M-1 promotion after months of negotiations with UFC. This is a giant blow to the world's biggest MMA organization

Dana White posted the following at UFC.tv:

“I’m not surprised at all by Randy’s decision. I talked to Randy several weeks ago and he said that if he couldn’t fight Fedor, then he has nothing left to prove in the sport of mixed martial arts.

He has been doing a lot of acting, and I know he is in South Africa right now filming a movie. I think it’s a great move for Randy’s acting career to retire from fighting while he is on top.

As we all know, Randy retired before. The landscape in MMA changes every day. So when he is ready to come out of retirement again, he is still under contract with me, and I’m ready to promote him.”

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October 5th, 2007

These Two Ultimate Fighter winners will face off at UFC 78. Ultimate Fighter season 2 winner Rashad Evans a 15-0-1 , will take on Ultimate Fighter season 3 winner Michael Bisping, with a current record of 15-0.

Bisping and Evans – two undefeated light heavyweights – look to break out of the pack and prove they are among the best in the division.

UFN 11 Results

September 25th, 2007

Kenny Florian def. Din Thomas via submission (rear-naked choke) Round 1, 4:31

Chris Leben def. Terry Martin via KO (punch) Round 3, 3:56

Nate Diaz def. Junior Assuncao via submission (guillotine choke) Round 1, 4:10

Nate Quarry def. Pete Sell via TKO (punch) Round 3, 0:44

Luke Cummo def. Edilberto Crocota via TKO (strikes) Round 1, 1:45

Cole Miller def. Leonard Garcia via unanimous decision 

Gray Maynard def. Joe Veres via KO (strikes) Round 1, 0:09

Thiago Alves def. Kuniyoshi Hironaka via submission (verbal/strikes) Round 2, 4:04

Dustin Hazelett def. Jonathan Goulet via submission (armbar) Round 1,

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UFC 76 Results

September 25th, 2007

Keith Jardine def. Chuck Liddell via split decision

Forrest Griffin def. Mauricio Shogun Rua via submission (rear-naked choke) Round 3, 4:45

Jon Fitch def. Diego Sanchez via unanimous decision

 Lyoto Machida def. Kazuhiro Nakamura via unanimous decision

Tyson Griffin def. Thiago Tavares via unanimous decision

 Rich Clementi def. Anthony Johnson via submission (guillotine choke)  Round 2, 3:05

 Jeremy Stephens def. Diego Saraiva via unanimous decision

 Christian Wellisch def. Scott Junk via submission (heel hook) Round 1, 3:19

 Matt Wiman def. Michihiro Omigawa