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Robert Whitaker Takes On Souza

The recent fight between Robert Whitaker and Ronaldo Souza aka Jacare got the spotlight in a recent UFC event in the middleweight category.


A former top-notch heavyweight is plotting comeback to MMA, but not with the UFC.

Shane Carwin revealed his desire to make a comeback in a post-Wednesday on The UG, adding that he is currently a free agent. Carwin was under contract with the UFC, yet wrote that he and the promotion "decided mutually" that he would make an effort to compete elsewhere.

Chael Sonnen feels Anderson should not have denied wrongdoing

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship or UFC fighter Chael Sonnen knows a hing or two about failed drugs test.

The former UFC Middleweight saw his career come to an abrupt halt after he failed a dope test in 2010 and his career was ended by two more random dope test failures last year. And while being a repeat offender did not help him keep his job with the promotion, his honesty about what really happened ensured that he saved his face and went out with his head held high.

Kenny Florian thinks Diaz is right about GSP

No one was surprised when Nick Diaz claimed that former Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC Welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre was scared to bits to face Anderson Silva – the twp have a long history of feuds.

But what surprised many UFC fans was the manner in which former UFC fighter and current presenter Kenny Florian came out in support of the comments made by Diaz. According to Nick Diaz, he is taking on Anderson Silva, the former Middleweight kingpin simply because the Canadian Mixed Martial Artist was scared to take him on.

Arlovski upsets Silva on return to UFC

Andrei Arlovski hit the headlines after defeating Antonio Silva quite efficiently. He was able to knock out the superstar with his vicious punching. It was a very important fight for him as he was up against all odds. The crowd was expecting an easy win for Antonio Silva and was mostly supporting him. But the underdog did not let this affect him. He played one of the most dominant matches of his life. The earlier match between the two had quite a different result. After that a lot has gone by.

Wladimir Klitschko promises war against Leapai

World Heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko has said that he expects a violent match when he defends his title against Australian boxer Alex Leapai in a week’s time.

The 38 year old will be putting his World Boxing Organization (WBO), International Boxing Federation (IBF), International Boxing Organization (IBO) and World Boxing Association (WBA) straps on the line against the Australian in Germany and the Australian has already promised an all out war against the Ukrainian when they meet.

Joshua feels there should be more boxing

Anthony Joshua the former Olympic champion has said that schools should have more urged to help the students learn about staying fit and discipline. In a recent event the hero of the 2012 London Olympics met some 12 year old kids in a gym and he taught them some basic skills about boxing. He also told them the importance of nutrition and fitness.

Belfort opens up about the future and the past

Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC legend Vitor Belfort manhandled Dan Henderson before demolishing him with a spinning head kick knockout in the end at UFC Fight Night 32 and there is no way that detractors can claim that he beat the PRIDE Fighting Championship legend thanks to Testosterone Replacement Therapy or TRT.

The fight between Belfort and Henderson was the first ever one in the history of the UFC to feature two fighters on TRT and the Brazilian needed just 77 seconds to become the first man to beat the legendary former PRIDE fighter with strikes.

Aldo believes Ricardo Lamas deserves Featherweight title shot

Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC Featherweight Championship holder Jose Aldo is still recovering from an injury from his last match inside the UFC Octagon, but he is already preparing to return to action next year and has some targets in his mind for his comeback fight.

Junior was speaking to a Mixed Martial Arts outlet in Brazil and he ran the rule over the list of contenders who are waiting for an opportunity to fight for his title. And according to the Brazilian, Ricardo Lamas is the man who deserves the next crack at the 145 lbs title strap more than anyone else.