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Losses at “Redemption” result in slew of UFC roster cuts

A loss in the UFC is not always bad thing for a fighter nor will it always put their career with the organization in jeopardy (as evidenced by bouts such as Marquardt vs. Leites). That being said, poor performances in victories supplemented by multiple losses inside the Octagon has been reason for making rosters cuts [&hellip

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Monday Morning MMA Marinade – UFC 97 edition

Another weekend and UFC event has come and gone, yet the level of fan satisfaction is sub-par in comparison to what has become the norm for post-fight buzz. Middleweight champ Anderson Silva and challenger Thales Leites lulled the live Canadian crowd and millions watching at home into what was a horrid state of frustration turned [&hellip

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Breaking down the UFC 97: “Redemption” main card fights

As much as I thought UFC 97 may not receive much press due to it being outside of the States and not having the most intriguing main event, there has still been significant buzz. I suppose we can accredit that to Anderson Silva’s drawing power. Personally, I’ve been urging mainstream fans and MMA newcomers to [&hellip

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Breaking down the UFC 97: “Redemption” under card fights

With all the buzz surrounding the UFC 97 main card, there has been little talk about the under card. As of late, the prelim bouts have been producing some great fights. Of those, many have been tv-worthy and made it onto the pay-per-view. With that being the case, I anticipate 97 being action-packed. Let’s dig [&hellip

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David Loiseau on verge of 2009 UFC return, potential Ed Herman fight

Breaking news this morning coming your way via our learning of David “The Crow” Loiseau being increasingly close to realizing his return to the UFC. Marc-Andre Drolet of Cageplay.com reported earlier today that Loiseau could likely make his anticipated ’09 debut back into the Octagon against Ed “Short Fuse” Herman at UFC 97 on April [&hellip

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