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  • Alistair Overeem and Fabricio Werdum go back and forth in co-main event

    Alistair Overeem and Fabricio Werdum completed for the third time at UFC 213, but it didn’t really put a definite end to their trilogy. After a pretty uneventful opening round, Overeem edged the 2nd, and Werdum took the third with a wide margin as he hurt Alistair pretty bad.

  • Alistair Overeem says CM Punk is making a mistake with UFC debut

    With over 80 professional fights spread across mixed martial arts and kickboxing, Alistair Overeem knows combat sports better than almost anybody and he knows it can be an unforgiving and brutal endeavor the best athletes how have spent their lives preparing for battle.

  • All fighters are on weight, but Yoel Romero needs the towel

    Check out the official weigh-in results for UFC 213: Nunes vs. Shevchenko 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    The UFC 213 weigh-ins are in the books, with everyone able to make weight. Amanda Nunes was 135 pounds on the money, while her women’s bantamweight title challenger Valentina Shevchenko came in at 134.5. Robert Whittaker weighed in quite early for his interim middleweight title bout vs. Yoel Romero, who needed the towel as he tipped the scales at 185.

  • Amanda Nunes 'not at all' impressed by Pena's UFC 200 performance

    Amanda Nunes doesn't really see Julianna Pena as a threat to her belt as she believes the TUF 18 champ doesn't know how to finish a fight.

    On the same night Amanda Nunes brutally finished Miesha Tate to become the new UFC women’s bantamweight champion, Julianna Pena scored the biggest win of her career.

  • Amanda Nunes believes she or Joanna Jedrzejczyk will be UFC’s first women’s two-division champ

    UFC women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes is pleased with all the new divisions that have been added to the UFC.

    Reigning UFC women’s bantamweight champion, Amanda Nunes, is happy to see the UFC expanding its women’s divisions. As she revealed to Combate, the more weight classes the UFC keeps on adding, the bigger the chances are for the first ever two-division women’s champ to come to surface. In Nunes' eyes, it'll be either herself or strawweight champion, Joanna Jedrzejczyk.

  • Amanda Nunes calls out Holm and de Randamie: I want to become women’s first two-division champ

    UFC women’s bantamweight champ Nunes calls out the winner of Holm vs. de Randamie for a shot at the featherweight title.

    Will 2017 see a rise in multi-division champions? It’s looking that way.

    Conor McGregor’s historic achievement at UFC 205, which saw him capture the lightweight title to become the promotion’s first two-division champ, has spurred several fighters to accomplish the same feat.

  • Amanda Nunes intends to retire with UFC belt, regardless of 'ugly' comments from Valentina Shevchenko

    RIO DE JANEIRO – A title takes on different meanings for its different holders. For some, it’s about pride. For others, it’s about status. For newly-crowned champion Amanda Nunes, however, the UFC women’s bantamweight belt means everything.

  • Amanda Nunes prefers to fight Ronda Rousey, would gladly whoop Julianna Pena in her place

    Why is Amanda Nunes in such a hurry to fight Ronda Rousey?

  • Amanda Nunes: 'There's nothing Valentina can do to take the belt from me'

    Amanda Nunes feels no pressure as she prepares to take on Valentina Shevchenko a second time.

    As female bantamweight champion, Amanda Nunes, is making her final preparations to take on Valentina Shevchenko for the second time. She revealed to Combate that there is no pressure coming in to the fight, even though she is the last Brazilian with a UFC title for the time being.

  • Amanda Nunes: I saw Julianna Pena fight at UFC 200 and I wasn't impressed at all

    After earning a win over Cat Zingano at UFC 200 (see it ), Julianna Pena called for a shot at the title, which is now in the grasp of Amanda Nunes following the Brazilian's first-round submission win over Miesha Tate on the monumental pay-per-view (PPV) event.

  • Amir Khan pictured with UFC belt: 'UFC training has started'

    Boxer Amir Khan recently uploaded a series of pictures related to MMA, hinting that he is perhaps making a switch from boxing to MMA.

  • Anderson Silva ‘very upset’ with recent treatment from UFC, names Dana White, Lorenzo Fertitta

    FORMER middleweight champion Anderson Silva is not happy with the UFC.

    Silva voiced his displeasure with the promotion in a recent interview with Brazilian outlet UPO, where he discussed his treatment by the UFC after his recent bout against Daniel Cormier.

  • Anderson Silva dismantles training camp with UFC 212 bout scrapped

    UFC’s 212 PPV card just took a big notoriety hit with the absence of former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva.

    The UFC’s PPV card in Rio de Janeiro this June is all set to feature a lineup for Brazilian MMA stars, but it’ll be without it’s most marquee attraction. Anderson Silva was set to face Kelvin Gastelum in a bout on the PPV card, but a failed drug test for marijuana and subsequent suspension by the Brazilian MMA Sports Court for saw Gastelum pulled from the card.

  • Anderson Silva goes on huge rant: If I don’t get interim title fight vs. Yoel Romero, I’m done

    Anderson Silva is fed up with the UFC, that he vows retirement if he does not get an interim title fight against Yoel Romero.

    Just five years ago, Anderson Silva was the UFC’s poster boy, as he held his six-year reign as the world middleweight champion. While he is still a big name these days, he is no longer on the company’s top priority list.

  • Anderson Silva steps to fight Cormier

    Two hours after he heard that Jon Jones had been removed from Saturday’s UFC 200 main event against Daniel Cormier on Wednesday night, former middleweight champion Anderson Silva was on the phone to his manager, Ed Soares, letting him know that he was ready to step in to face the current light heavyweight king.

  • Anderson Silva still wants Roy Jones fight, Jose Aldo wants Miguel Cotto

    As Anderson Silva reiterates his boxing aspirations, Jose Aldo is looking to follow suit.

    Long before Conor McGregor made noise about transitioning into boxing to fight Floyd Mayweather, Anderson Silva was already pushing for his own stint inside the ring. “The Spider” has been campaigning for a possible fight against four-division champion Roy Jones Jr for years now.

  • Anderson Silva talks Conor McGregor’s flaws, potential fight with Mayweather

    Anderson Silva talks Conor McGregor’s flaws, potential fight with Mayweather.

    We all have our flaws, but Conor McGregor’s are abundantly clear. That’s according to former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva, who was featured on Combate News TV on Thursday evening.

    Silva, who ruled as the 185 lbs king for seven years, said McGregor’s most notable weakness is jiu jitsu.

  • Anthony Johnson’s corner after UFC 210 loss: Why does this happen every time?

    Henri Hooft, Anthony Johnson’s coach and cornerman was just as puzzled as everyone else with the way his fighter performed in the main event of UFC 210.

    UFC 210 was mired in controversy from start to finish. From Daniel Cormier’s weigh-in and Pearl Gonzalez’s breast implants, right up to Gegard Mosuasi’s ‘illegal’ knees. And that’s to say nothing of the main event.

  • Anthony Johnson’s post-UFC career? ‘We’re opening up a facility’... ‘for medical uses’

    Former UFC light heavyweight title contender Anthony Johnson sounds like he’s jumping into the marijuana business now that his fighting career is through.

    When Anthony Johnson suddenly announced his retirement from MMA, following a loss to Daniel Cormier at UFC 210, speculation ran wild as to where he would end up next. Most of that was due to Johnson himself, who teased that he had big plans coming, but that he couldn’t reveal just what they were, yet. Was he going to work with the L.A. Rams? Was he going to train fighters? Inquiring minds wanted to know.

  • Anthony Joshua vs. Deontay Wilder possible for fall 2017

    Showtime boxing boss Stephen Espinoza is planning on a possible heavyweight unification fight in the fall of 2017 between unbeaten IBF champion Anthony Joshua (17-0, 17 KOs) and WBC champion Deontay “Bronze Bomber” Wilder (37-0, 36 KOs), according to RingTV.