Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Chuck 'IceMan' Liddell shaves mohawk for charity

Champion Chuck Liddell last August 30, 2010 was seen in a barbers chair getting off his mohawk for a charity. It was seen on 'Fox and Friends' and this cause is important to him.

Check out the video of other people shaving their head. The champ encourage everyone to participate and to help the charity for doing the deed.



For more detail's how you can help and how much will you donate if you shave your hair, click the link: www.bic4good.com
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UFC 118 Fight Results

Frank Edgar won via unanimous decision scores of 50-45, 50-45 and 50-45 from the judges. Frank Edgar fight with BJ Penn 2 lasted to the fifth round and Edgar retained again his UFC Lightweight Championship Title.

UFC 118 Preliminary Fight Card (Spike TV) Results:
- Lightweight bout: Andre Winner vs. Nik Lentz(wins) [via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)]
- Lightweight bout: Joe Lauzon(wins) vs. Gabe Ruediger [via submission (armbar) at 2:01 of round 1]

UFC 118 Preliminary Fight Card Results:
- Welterweight bout: Mike Pierce(wins) vs. Amilcar Alves [via submission (cross-body armbar) at 3:11 of round 3]
- Welterweight bout: Nick Osipczak vs. Greg Soto(wins) [via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)]
- Middleweight bout: Dan Miller(wins) vs. John Salter [via submission (anaconda choke) at 1:53 of round 2]

UFC 118 Main Fight Card Results
:
* Welterweight bout: Nate Diaz(wins) vs. Marcus Davis [via technical submission (guillotine choke) at 4:02 of round 3]
* Lightweight bout: Kenny Florian vs. Gray Maynard(wins) [via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)]
* Middleweight bout: Demian Maia(wins) vs. Mario Miranda [via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)]
* Heavyweight bout: Randy Couture(wins) vs. James Toney [Toney via submission (arm-triangle choke) at 3:19 of round 1]

Source: www.worldcorrespondents.com 
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Thursday, August 19, 2010

UFC 118 Fight Card and Trailer Video

CO-MAIN EVENTS

UFC Lightweight Championship
Frank Edgard vs BJ Penn

Heavyweight (265lbs)
Randy Couture vs James Toney


UFC 118 Trailer 

 MAIN CARD
Middleweight (185lbs)
Demian Maia vs Mario Miranda

Lightweight (155lbs)
Kenny Florian vs Gray Maynard

Welterweight (170lbs)
Marcus Davis vs Nate Diaz

PRELIMINARY CARD
Lightweight (155lbs)
Joe Lauzon vs Gabe Ruediger
Nik Lentz vs Andre Winner

Middleweight (185lbs)
Dan Miller vs John Salter

Welterweight (170lbs)
Nick Osipczak vs Greg Soto
Mike Pierce vs Amilcar Alves

Link source: UFC.com

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

UFC 118: BJ Penn will dominate Frankie Edgar

Penn attempted to become the first fighter to ...Image via WikipediaBJ Penn fans if you don't like what you saw last UFC 112 then here comes the former champion to regain his title back. Penn is positive that he will beat Edgar in UFC 118, but we'll see how the champion defend his title.

"At UFC 112 Frankie Edgar shocked everyone by beating BJ Penn for the UFC Lightweight Championship. But, did Edgar really beat BJ? Edgar did pull out a unanimous decision, but was it a dominant, one-sided beating? No. Not at all.
In the preview to the upcoming UFC 118, Penn is direct in mocking the new Champion who "stole" his belt. Penn challenges Edgar to "just step up and fight" and calls the way Edgar won a "joke." To say that Penn is "highly motivated" is an understatement at this point. If he loses again, then he may have to switch back..." 
Read more... sports.gather.com

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UFC 118: James Toney's Training Camp (inside look)

New updates from ESNEWS, check out James Toney's camp for Randy Couture. Listen to some mild trash talkings. But will see who's the best in their fight. One of the anticipated heavyweight fights in UFC.





Stats from www.sherdog.com

Name: Randy Couture
Nick Name: The Natural
Record: 18 - 10 - 0 (Win - Loss - Draw)
Wins: 7 (T)KOs (38.89%)
3 Submissions: (16.67%)
8 Decisions: (44.44%)
Losses: 5 (T)KOs (50%)
4 Submissions: (40%)
1 Decisions: (10%)
Association: Xtreme Couture
Height: 6'1" (186cm)
Weight: 205lbs (93kg)
Birth Date: 1963-06-22
City: Corvallis, Oregon
Country: United States

Name: James Toney
Nick Name: Lights Out
Record: 0 - 0 - 0 (Win - Loss - Draw)
Height: 5'10" (178cm)
Birth Date: 1968-08-24
City: Grand Rapids, Michigan
Country: United States

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Monday, August 16, 2010

UFC 118 success through The Expendables



Photo: azreporter.com 
The questions on everyones mind is that, will the movie The Expendables help the upcoming UFC 118 pay-per-view success? One of the unticipated fights of UFC is the heavyweights Randy Couture and James Toney. Surely as one in the UFC Hall of Fame, Couture will play a role in it's success.

"Sylvester Stallone's new action throwback "The Expendables" made serious bank this weekend, coming in at #1 in the box office and raking in an estimated $35 million, beating "Eat Pray Love" ($23.7mil), as well as "Scott Pilgrim"($10.5mil).

UFC Hall of Famer, Randy Couture, was one of the headlining names of this summer block buster, and with UFC 118 less than two weeks away, the timing couldn't be better for Randy, and the UFC."
Read more... watchkalibrun.com

UFC 118: Penn speaks

Check out what BJ Penn said to his upcoming fight on UFC 118 with Frankie Edgar. This fight will be a rematch for the crown of UFC Lightweight champion. Boston, Massachusetts fans will be pleased to see the live action of this fight as so with other octagon fighters.

Penn said:

“If anyone thinks I’m in Hilo sitting on my ass, they’re crazy. They don’t have much to work with, they’ve only got Frankie Edgar. I’m not afraid to exchange with him in any way [but] I don’t think he wants to exchange with me. He’s going to be running around. He’s just going to try and jazz up what he did last time. A little quicker, a little better, maybe throw a kick.”
 
“He can run around all he wants, sooner or later he’s going to have to step up to me and he’s going to have to do something and when that happens, that’s going to be the time. I’m going to knock him out or submit him or slam him on his head and have him get knocked out from that. I’m all about finishing my guy and I cannot wait to finish him. After it’s done I want him to look at me and think ‘That’s what it’s like to fight BJ Penn, that’s what it’s like to fight the world champion."

via UFC.com

 
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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

UFC Updates

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For UFC 117, a card that was a precursor to the future championship landscape in three divisions, all five main card fights were hard fought and created ...

The bout between Jon Fitch and Thiago Alves at UFC 117 was supposed to clarify who would be fighting the winner of Josh Koscheck and Georges St. Pierre for ...

THQ Inc.'s earnings took a big beating in the first quarter as sales of its tent pole wrestling title, UFC Undisputed 2010, came in below expectations. ...

By Maggie Hendricks After beating Rafael Dos Anjos at UFC 117, Clay Guida had a little talk with UFC matchmaker Joe Silva. Though Guida wasn't given a bonus ...

5. Ask the Fight Doc: Is UFC heavyweight Roy Nelson's weight holding him back?
Dr. B: UFC broadcasters Joe Rogan and Mike Goldberg discussed it a bit during UFC 117, but is there any way for Roy Nelson to be at or near his optimal ...

At UFC 117 on Saturday night, Anderson “The Spider” Silva retained his Middleweight Championship over Chael Sonnen. Silva moved his record to 12-0 in the ...

By Mark Wayne | August 09, 2010 MMAMania has learned that Spike TV will showcase two live bouts from the preliminary card portion of the upcoming UFC 118: ...

A middleweight bout between Tomasz Drwal (17-3-1 MMA, 3-2 UFC) and Dave Branch (6-1 MMA, 0-1 UFC) is expected to be part of next month's UFC Fight Night 22 ...

Broadcast live from the TD Garden in Boston, the much anticipated rematch between Frankie Edgar and BJ Penn will be the first-ever UFC event in ... 
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Sunday, August 8, 2010

UFC 117 Winners and Losers

What a night of fight in Oakland.  Exciting action of TKOs and submissions  for the whole fight. Fighters win and other loses but UFC will give us more of this. More updates of the main fight to follow.
 
The list of winners of the UFC 117.

Preliminary card  
 
Light Heavyweight bout: Thiago Silva vs. Tim Boetsch   
Boetsch defeated Silva by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).
Welterweight bout: Johny Hendricks vs. Charlie Brenneman   
Hendricks defeated Brenneman via TKO (punches) at 0:40 of round 2.
Welterweight bout: Ben Saunders vs. Dennis Hallman   
Hallman defeated Saunders via unanimous decision (29–28, 30–27, 29–28).
Light Heavyweight bout: Phil Davis vs. Rodney Wallace   
Davis defeated Wallace via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27).
Welterweight bout: Dustin Hazelett vs. Rick Story   
Story defeated Hazelett via TKO (punches) at 1:15 of round 2.
Heavyweight bout: Stefan Struve vs. Christian Morecraft   
Struve defeated Morecraft via TKO (punches) at 0:22 of round 2.

Main Card
  
Middleweight Championship bout: Anderson Silva (c) vs. Chael Sonnen   
Silva defeats Sonnen via submission (Triangle/Armbar) at 3:32 of round 5.

Welterweight bout: Jon Fitch vs. Thiago Alves   
Fitch defeated Alves via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–27, 30–27).

Lightweight bout: Clay Guida vs. Rafael Dos Anjos   
Guida defeated dos Anjos via submission (broken jaw/injury) at 3:51 of round 3.

Welterweight bout: Matt Hughes vs. Ricardo Almeida   
Hughes defeated Almeida via Submission (Guillotine Choke/modified anaconda choke) at 3:15 of round 1.

Heavyweight bout: Roy Nelson vs. Junior Dos Santos   
dos Santos defeated Nelson via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27)

You may want to check out UFC 118.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

UFC 117 Highlights of Pre-Fight

Check out the highlights below. Play and share them.



You may want to view the UFC 117 Weigh-ins.

UFC 117 Weigh-ins

Results for the UFC 117 weigh-ins

Middleweight championship (185-pound maximum):
Anderson Silva (184.5 pounds) vs. Chael Sonnen (185 pounds)

Welterweight (170-pound maximum): 
Thiago Alves (171.5) vs. Jon Fitch (170.5)

Welterweight: 
Ricardo Almeida (170.5) vs. Matt Hughes (170.5)

Heavyweight (265-pound maximum): 
Junior Dos Santos (240) vs. Roy Nelson (263)

Lightweight (155-pound maximum): 
Rafael Dos Anjos (156) vs. Clay Guida (156)

Welterweight: 
Rick Story (169.5) vs. Dustin Hazelett (169.5)

Light heavyweight (205-pound maximum): 
Phil Davis (205.5) vs. Rodney Wallace (206)

Welterweight: 
Johny Hendricks (171) vs. Charlie Brenneman (171)

Light heavyweight: 
Tim Boetsch (206) vs. Todd Brown (206)

Heavyweight: 
Stefan Struve (247) vs. Christian Morecraft (263)

Welterweight: 
Dennis Hallman (171) vs. Ben Saunders (171)


The only fighter on the list who failed about his weigh-in is Thiago Alves and he's waiting for it to be justified. Because of this he'll be fined 20% of his share. Alves tried twice but cannot lower his weight on his fight with Fitch.

Alves experienced the same thing regarding his weight before with Matt Hughes (UFC 85) in England. Rankings from USA TODAY/SB Nation Fitch holds the No. 2 and Alves at No. 3 position in welterweights.The winner of Alves vs. Fitch will have a fight between champion Georges St. Pierre and Josh Koscheck. 

Friday, August 6, 2010

Women defended by Roger Huerta (former UFC fighter)


In Austin, Texas, former UFC fighter Roger Huerta was seen and involved in a fight, when a women was hit at the back of his head by a guy. Huerta didn't like what he saw and take off his shirt and beat the guy 'till he is KO.

Though the fight with the man was not taken on film, the man was laying on the ground.

Roger Huerta speaks about  the fight:

From TMZ:
“I approached the man calmly and said, “Do you know what you just did?  You just knocked out this girl.. [He responds ‘F*ck you, f*ck these bitches, I’ll knock out any f*ckin’ bitch that I wanna f*ckin’ knock out, I’ll knock your f*cking bitch ass out.’ … As he’s saying this, he’s taking off his shirt … and at that point I was like, alright. I got the better of him and I left. If that was my mom, if that was my sister, my spouse, anyone … I would’ve wanted someone to step in and do something about it.”


Sources: nesn.com and tmz.com.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Heavyweight anticipated fights

The Heavyweight division of UFC has poor performance in its promotion wise. Late 1990s to mid-2000s modern gladiators or its talent are  gaining popularity, still not on its way up.

After long time more big fighters or talents coming into MMA now. The heavyweight division has grown into what we called trained and skilled fighters and bigger.

As the promotion are endless  and the list of fighters are up, fans expects to see  more matchups.

Check out these two anticipated fights in UFC.

Randy Couture vs James Toney UFC 118

First of, making his debut at UFC, Toney the fire starter with his trash talks will take on Randy Couture. The fight is talked about as Boxing vs. Mixed Martial Arts. Fans of Captain America are waiting for this though no title announced yet for the upcoming event.

UFC 118 will draw fans on Saturday, August 28 from Boston, also a pay-per-view fight.

Brock Lesnar vs. Cain Velasquez UFC 121
Photo from mmamania.com.

Lastly, this fight will be awesome and big too, as the last fight of Lesnar which he beats Carwin. Lesnar vs Velaquez fight will be on October 23, Ahaheim, California, live on pay-per-view. 

Check out more updates of this big warriors in their training and road to victory.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Anderson Silva arrogant or not?

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fans saw every Silva's fight, some are lame fight because of his skill, power and mental preparation opponents end up back-pedaling and running from him.

Here Anderson Silva talks about him of being arrogant or not, you decide for yourself:


UOL: Are you arrogant?

Anderson Silva: I don’t think so. Am I being arrogant?

UOL: No.

AS: I can't please everyone. When you become world-known in a sport you become the target of cheap talking. It's necessary to watch yourself because any wrong attitude ends showing an opposite image of what you actual represented.

UOL: Is there somebody better than you in MMA nowadays?

AS: There is always someone better. There are many in my division like Chael Sonnen, who is a great opponent. In his attributes, he’s better than me.

UOL: You hold the UFC consecutive wins record. Does this bother the UFC?

AS: There’s always bother, right? Even more so with me being a Brazilian. I’m happy in the UFC but this sequence of wins bothers them because the promoters think the fights end up losing their intrigue and that people now want to see Anderson Silva lose. But it’s normal, just business.

UOL: You made some sensational entrances before fights and celebrate effusively when you win. Don’t you think these attitudes show off an arrogant image?

AS: I didn’t get where I am by being arrogant. I respect all opponents, curb smack-talking before the fight and inside the ring I go there and do my job. That is: come back healthy to my house. Of course its true that, because of the difficulty of the task, you wind up celebrating big after victory. It’s at least four months of intense preparation. It’s not something easy.

UOL: Is your fight stategy always to look for the KO from the beginning, or does your strategy change according to the fighter?

AS: You got a specific camp for each fight. Against Demian, for example, I trained more grappling but he didn’t manage to take me down and I kept standing the whole time. But each fight is an individual case and they never go the way we had trained for. You surprise them or you’re surprised.

UOL: Are you angry at your adversaries? Does it help your performance?

AS: I don’t feel angry. I think versus Demian I showed a bit more of that energy for the first time. I’m always calm, just get into the cage and fight. It’s a chess game where whoever makes the wrong move ends up knocked out.



Read the full conversation below:

Link source: www.fightersonlymagazine.co.uk

UFC is going mainstream



This is true, Ultimate Fighting Championship is going mainstream now because the UFC President Dana White is pushing the limits to sell it. UFC 117 will be held at Oakland's Oracle Arena.

White doesn't take a day off, you can see him promoting everywhere to make it a point that UFC is word of mouth. The picture he molded is now the spectacular octagon cage which mixed martial artists fight.

August 7, 2010 will draw crowd to watch the championship fight of Silva and Sonnen in the arena and so with people all over the world watching in pay-per-view.

Jon Fitch prep-up for UFC117

Training at American Kickboxing Academy headquarters in San Jose, CA. Jon Fitch train for the upcoming UFC 117 that will be on August 7, 2010, a few days left.

Check out Jon Fitch as he trains and work to position himself for the win in preparation for their anticipated rematch showdown. It's a

Dave Mandel took shoots of the training:


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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

UFC 117: FIGHTCARD Details

AUGUST 7, 2010 - Oracle Arena Oakland, CA - 10 pm ET/7 pm PT - PPV Live
"FIGHTCARD"
Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen
Middleweight
Championship

Jon Fitch vs. Thiago Alves

Clay Guida vs. Rafael Dos Anjos

Matt Hughes vs. Ricardo Almeida

Roy Nelson vs. Junior Dos Santos

Fights below may not be broadcasted

Dustin Hazelett vs. Rick Story

Tim Boetsch vs. Todd Brown

Johny Hendricks vs. Charlie Brenneman

Stefan Struve vs. Christian Morecraft

Ben Saunders vs. Dennis Hallman



Notes: What Does "May not be broadcast" mean?
It is a fight(s) scheduled to take place before the live broadcast begins. These pre-recorded fights are inserted into the broadcast if time permits. However, due to broadcast time constraints some of these undercard bouts may not be seen on a broadcast. These additional bouts can be found as bonus footage on the event DVD.

Silva vs Sonnen (UFC 117)

August 7th is the main day and Ultimate Fighting Championship fans will be seeing a showdown that some others say a not equal fight. Anderson "the Spider" Silva versus the challenger Chael Sonnen. The Spider holds the pound for pound king for middleweight but let's see if the challenger Sonnen can dethrone him in his position.



A long-awaited rematch between welterweight contenders Jon Fitch and Thiago Alves, and Matt Hughes (welterweight legend) versus Ricardo Almeida (jiu-jitsu practitioner). UFC 117 will be live on the Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA.