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The real winners and losers from Saturday’s entertaining UFC Sao Paulo card.

With what appears to be a near-interminable run of events to finish off the year, the UFC tucked another card while ramping up to what’s shaping up to be their PPV of the year. Last week we had a fun little action card from Europe, now it’s Brazil’s turn to have an event with some divisionally relevant pieces moving around.

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Georges St-Pierre admits that he’s a lot better at fighting than he is at trading insults with an opponent.

Georges St-Pierre broke into the UFC in 2004, and for nine years he dominated the welterweight division. In the cage, he was a beast. But on the mic, he wasn’t known as bombastic or controversial. He was very much the Canadian stereotype - humble, reserved, and somewhat quiet.

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Despite a bad loss to Colby Covington, Demian Maia pledges to carry on fighting.

Demian Maia has been near the top of whatever division he has competed in for almost a decade now. The former BJJ superstar has had a long and winding road in his MMA career, and just short of his 40th birthday, has now lost two bouts in a row and fallen down the welterweight ladder.

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Dillon Danis says he doesn’t know why people think Tony Ferguson would have the advantage on the ground against Conor McGregor.

Once Tony Ferguson won the interim lightweight title, people have been discussing the potential unification bout against Conor McGregor. A lot of people see the match up and think that Ferguson’s unpredictability and submission game could pose some problems for the Irishman, but one notable grappler disagrees.

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