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Bellator Releases Texts From Bjorn Rebney to Scott Coker -

Snapshot of the Day: UFC 122 poster gets Halloween twist -

Jungle Fight 23 Live Results and Play-by-Play -

Halloween photo gallery of MMAs most memorable characters and scariest moments -

UFC 122: Jorge Rivera Wants To Break Alessio Sakara's Will -

Hansen Armbars Aziz; Acacio Controversially Takes SC Title in Sweden -

T.J Cunanan vs. Tori Adams -

Snapshot of the Day: Megumi Fujii in Tears Following Bellator 34 Loss -

EA Sports MMA now available on iPhone & iPod Touch -

Carolinas Fight Scene Update: Derek Brunson Dominates In Fourth Professional Fight! -

Ben Henderson Talks Move From WEC To UFC Lightweight Division -

The Rise and Fall of Todd Duffee -

BJJ Poll: If Your Relationship with Your Significant Other Depended on It, Would You Quit Training BJJ? -

Sengoku Soul Of Fight! Several Organizations Join Forces -

Strikeforce and Bellator Bosses Telling Two Different Stories on Cross Promotion -

Nick Diaz Is an Old-School Martial Artist -

Nate Diaz' Fighting Life -



No Holds Barred: M-1 Challenge XXI and Bellator 34 Super Thursday Postfight Analysis
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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman reviews the two big international mixed martial arts cards which took place on Super Thursday, October 28: M-1 Challenge XXI and Bellator 34.

In the M-1 heavyweight title fight, Guram Gugenishvili of Ukraine, the M-1 Selection Western Europe champion, defeated American Top Team fighter Kenny "Deuce" Garner, the M-1 Selection Americas heavyweight champion, with a standing guillotine in round two. In the M-1 lightweight title fight, Artiom Damkovsky, the M-1 Selection Eastern Europe 2010 champion, defeated Mairbek Taisumov, the M-1 Selection Western Europe 2010 champion, in the third round after the doctor stopped the fight. In a welterweight super bout, veteran Che Mills of the U.K. upset the previously-unbeaten and highly-touted Magomed Shikshabekov of Russia by decision after an extra, fourth round. This card took place in St. Petersburg, Russia.

At Bellator 34, the last of season three and of 2010 for the Bellator Fighting Championships, American Zoila Frausto upset the previously-unbeaten Megumi Fujii of Japan, winning a controversial five-round split decision to capture the women's 115-pound Bellator title. Also at Bellator 34, American Top Team fighter and Bellator middleweight champion Hector Lombard, a former member of the Cuban Olympic judo team, successfully defended his belt with a five-round unanimous decision over Alexander Shlemenko of Russia, who had won the Bellator middleweight tournament. Bellator 34 took place at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida.

We also comment on some of the implications of the absorption of WEC by UFC.

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Sengoku 15: Hiroshi Izumi Wins a Robbery; Cobb and Blanco Victorious -

Ryan Bader vs. Jon Jones official for UFC 126 on Feb. 5 in Las Vegas -

Kimbo Slice returns to CBS, rumored for next season of Survivor -

Coker Denies Receiving Texts from Rebney, Believes Co-Promotion Talk Is PR Move -

In UFC-WEC Merger, Zuffa Makes One of Boxing's Classic Mistakes -

Will WEC/UFC Merger Lead to an Unworthy Title Challenger? -

UFC-WEC Merger: How It Affects Fighters and Weight Classes -

Four More Fights Added To Valkyrie 8 Card -

Belfort: “I want to end my career on the US” -

Asylum Fight League XXXII: Philly November 5 -

Tatame Editorial -

Aldo defends UFC featherweight belt against Grispi on Jan 1st -

Izumi Certain Of Victory?! Strong Words By KTaro -

MMA Should Not Be Sugarcoated -

Randy draws line under title fights, looks forward to "novelty" matches -

UFC 125: 4 Reasons Why Frank Mir Should Fight Roy Nelson -



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UFC Adds Featherweight and Bantamweight Divisions -

Bellator: Lombard Defends; Frausto Wins Belt While Snapping Fujii's Streak -

UFC, WEC in happy mat-trimony -

Brian Cobb 7.3 lbs Over Weight for Sengoku 15 -

UFC, WEC to Merge in 2011 -

Latest MMA Schedule - Pierson, Makdessi, Bongfeldt Debut at UFC 124 -

Gonzaga dropped - but decision not popular with fans -

Managers caught by surprise with WEC merger, unsure whether current contracts will extend -

Jay Hieron: The Reason Fighters Aim For The UFC -

Bellator Boss: More Seasons Coming, TV Issue Resolved -

Sengoku 15: What to Watch For -

WEC boss Reed Harris excited about UFC merger, expects to announce new role in 2011 -

Vadim Finkelstein says Fedor would have defeated Lesnar anyway: “I expected Brock Lesnar to lose” -

UFC/WEC Merger: An Ultimate Display of Patience, Perfect Timing -

Fight Path: From fight clubs to "TUF" tryout, Joe Duffy taking U.S. approach to MMA -

Soszynzki reveals reason for Team Quest departure -

M-1 Announces M-1 Challenge XXII: Gallicchio vs. Zavurov -

Can Mexican Fans Help Cain Velasquez Become the Top Star in all of Combat Sports? -



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Episode No. 7 recap: "The Ultimate Fighter 12: Team GSP vs. Team Koscheck" -

Video Interview – Behind Megumi Fujii -

Bellator 34 weigh-in results: Lombard vs. Shlemenko, Fujii vs. Frausto official -

UFC Tries to Help Nevada Senator Harry Reid, Deepens Political Involvement  -

Strikeforce's co-promotional woes -

Fedor's manager denies UFC negotiations, again -

Patrick Cote Cut by the UFC -

Rick Hawn's Seoi-Nage Judo Throw -

Satoshi Ishii to Face Antz Nansen at K-1 MAX Finals -

Shields Unsure of Title Shot, Anticipating Next UFC Bout Regardless -

All But One Make Weight at M-1 Challenge XXI: Guram vs. Garner -

Jason "Mayhem" Miller Talks About Nick Diaz and Brock Lesnar -

Brock Lesnar and the 10 Most Polarizing Fighters in Mixed Martial Arts -

A talk with WEC 52 headliner Takeya Mizugaki -

XFC returns to Florida with Jarrod Card title fight & Marianna Kheyfets vs. Marissa Caldwell -

New Era Fighter Magazine 3 - Out November -

'Shogun' Rua: I can't worry about Jon Jones or Ryan Bader while Rashad Evans is standing in front of me -

Maciej Irokez Jewtuszko forced to pull out of WEC 53 with injury -

Jeremy Horn to Fight at CWC: Validation on Dec. 10 -



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Shane Carwin's Decision to Pull Out of UFC 125 Is Another Bad Career Move -

Roy "Big Country" Nelson: "Just woke up some one told me about shane [Carwin] not going to past the drug test, or he was scared to fight because of my bad knee, bad hair, bad attitude." -

CroCop finds prospect of Nelson fight "interesting" -

Brock Lesnar Medically Suspended 180 Days, Made $400K Guaranteed -

Eight-Bout Lineup Finalized for Bellator 34 -

EA Sports' 'MMA': One and done? -

'Mayhem' Miller Still Hoping to Fight Nick Diaz After Latest Run-In -

Will Brock Lesnar Even Return to the UFC? -

Amanda Buckner To Face Amanda Nunes In February -

On eve of UFC debut, James Toney learned of IRS lien, fight purse withheld -

First Steps to Fighting in MMA -

MMA Business: Pros and Cons of a Potential UFC-WEC Merger -

Spike Confirms TV Card For UFC 122, Title Shot "Guaranteed" -

Cung Le speaks on future and current movie roles -

Todd Duffee: "The Hate That Brock Lesnar Has Received Is Mind Boggling and Sickening" -

Judo Olympic Medalist Vs. “Notorious” 2 Announced -

Strikeforce Challengers 11 salaries and fighter medical suspensions -

Jones-Bader set for UFC 126, says Dana -

Latest MMA Schedule - Makdessi, Bongfeldt Debut at UFC 124 - Teams with UFC -

UFC Tired of Teammates Refusing to Fight… but Nothing Will Change -



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MMA Top 10 Heavyweights: Cain Velasquez Is the Champ -

Is Anderson Silva Versus Georges St. Pierre Right Around the Corner? -

SKILL MMA: History Of The Women’s Division -

Lineup finalized for Thursday's season-ending Bellator 34 event, two title fights on tap -

UFC on Network TV? Dana White expects to be 'in a billion homes' in the next couple months -

Shota Shimada Out Of Krush Tournament Preliminary -

Dana White Says Matt Hamill Gets Top Ten Opponent Next -

Wanderlei expects to fight Leben in April, in Toronto -

Dos Santos Tightens Wrestling for Pending Velasquez Showdown -

Matt Hughes: UFC Needs a Fighter to Balance Joe Rogan -

‘Pezao’ Outpoints Filho, Aims for UFC Bid -

Europes Hottest Card This Fall: M-1 Challenge XXI: Guram vs. Garners Full Card -

UFC 124 Fight Card: St. Pierre vs. Koscheck -

Would a New PPV Structure Help the UFC? -

Fight Video -Former Playboy model Latasha Marzolla injured in fight at Tuff-N-Uff in Las Vegas -

Why did Brendan Schnaub call for Frank Mir fight? He wants his kids to be proud -

EA likely to abandon MMA market, says analyst -

Local feature fights announced for Thursday’s Bellator 34 in Hollywood, Florida -

BBC's Lack of respect toward MMA fans is Pathetic -



No Holds Barred: Chris Thomas on Velasquez-Lesnar, Alvarez-Huerta, and Askren-Good
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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman discusses the major fights in mixed martial arts and boxing this past weekend with our colleague Chris Thomas (

We analyzed the Bellator 33 fights of Thursday, October 21, where Bellator lightweight champ Eddie Alvarez stopped Roger Huerta after the second round in a non-title bout, and Ben Askren won a unanimous decision over Lyman Good to capture the Bellator welterweight title. We also had a lengthy discussion about the first-round demolition by Cain Velasquez over Brock Lesnar to win the UFC heavyweight belt, the state of the heavyweight division in mixed martial arts, and why the best heavyweight fighters in that sport are to be found in Strikeforce. In addition, we commented on the boxing on Sunday, October 24, in Tokyo, including the 12-round decision win by Toshiaki Nishioka over Rendall Munroe to retain the WBC super bantamweight belt, and the second-round TKO by Roman Gonzalez over Francisco Rojas to win the WBA interim light flyweight pound belt.

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UFC 121 Analysis: Has the Era of the Colossal Heavyweight Ended? -

UFC 121 Analysis: Does Jake Shields Really Deserve a Title Shot? -

Cesar Gracie: Jake Shields is the man to beat Georges St. Pierre -

Brock Lesnars Performance Brings Out the Fickleness in MMA Fans -

Hardrock MMA results -

Latest Kickboxing Schedule - Dida Set for K-1 Reserve Bout -

The Resurrection Of Champions In The Books! Big Success -

Ortiz: No Way Im Done -

Meltzer: Brock Lesnar Had Been Asked To Fight At Wrestlemania -

UFC 121: 10 Things Learned -

MMAPayout Report From UFC 121: Lesnar vs Velasquez -

Fight for R$ 100 thousand in Sao Paulo -



UFC 121: Results - Velasquez Takes Heavyweight Title!


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From the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.


Main Card Bouts:
1. Cain Velasquez defeated Brock Lesnar by TKO from strikes at 4:12 of rd 1
2. Jake Shields defeated Martin Kampmann by Split Decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28)
3. Diego Sanchez defeated Paulo Thiago by Unanimous Decision (30-26, 29-28, 29-28)
4. Matt Hamill defeated Tito Ortiz by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
5. Brendan Schnaub defeated Gabriel Gonzaga by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Preliminary Bouts (Spike TV):
6. Court McGee defeated Ryan Jensen by Arm Triangle Choke at 1:21 of rd 3
7. Tom Lawlor defeated Patrick Cote by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Preliminary Bouts:
8. Daniel Roberts defeated Mike Guymon by Anaconda Choke at 1:43 of rd 1
9. Sam Stout defeated Paul Taylor by Split Decision (28-29, 29-28, 30-27)
10. Chris Camozzi defeated Dongi Yang by Split Decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)
11. John Madsen defeated Gilbert Yvel by TKO from strikes at 1:48 of rd 1



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Yes He Cain - Velasquez Stops Lesnar, Wins Heavy Title -

Main Card Report: Shields, Sanchez, Hamill, and Schaub Win -

Shinya Aoki Rolls, Katsunori Kikuno Defends at DEEP 50 Impact -

UFC 121 bonuses: Velasquez, Roberts, Sanchez and Thiago claim $70K bonuses -

New UFC champ Velasquez maintains brown pride, looks forward to Dos Santos -

When Bully Tactics Fail at UFC 121, Brock Lesnar Flounders -

Dana White Hints That Tito Ortiz Could Be Cut After UFC 121 Loss -

UFC President Predicts Quicker-Than-Expected Turnaround for Lesnar -

Brock Lesnar Obliterated by Cain Velasquez; Bad for Business? -

UFC 121 draws reported 14,856 attendance for $2.15 million live gate -

Storylines that Emerged from UFC 121 -

Three New Fights Set for K-1 MAX GP -

Work? Or shoot? WWE star "The Undertaker" gets in the face of Brock Lesnar following his UFC 121... -

Josh Gross: Five things we learned at UFC 121 -

Velasquez Turns Attention Towards Dos Santos -

Carlson Gracie Team full of plans in London -

Sexton vs Krumdiack, Daly vs Helsel At CWFC 39 -

After UFC 121 win, Jake Shields still next in line for UFC welterweight title shot -

Gettin' "You Know" with The New York Badass Phil Baroni -

Aaron Brooks: 10-Year Old Guinness World Record Holder Training for MMA -

Marie-Eve De Villers-Matte Ninth at World Judo Championship -



UFC 121: LESNAR VS VELASQUEZ - Tonight In Anaheim, California
10-23-2010, Denver, CO
Event date: October 23, 7pm/10pm PT/ET
Venue: Honda Center in Anaheim, California

Main Event:
1. Brock Lesnar (264) vs Cain Velasquez (244)

PPV Bouts:
2. Martin Kampmann (170) vs Jake Shields (170.5)
3. Matt Hamill (203.5) vs Tito Ortiz (206)
4. Gabriel Gonzaga (254) vs Brendan Schnaub (239)
5. Paulo Thiago (170.5) vs Diego Sanchez (170.5)

SPIKE TV Preliminary Bouts:
6. Ryan Jensen (185) vs Court McGee (184.5)
7. Tom Lawlor (185) vs Patrick Cote (185)

Preliminary Bouts:
8. Daniel Roberts (170) vs Mike Guymon (170)
9. Paul Taylor (155) vs Sam Stout (155.5)
10. Dongi Yang (186) vs Chris Camozzi (185)
11. Gilbert Yvel (249) vs Jon Madsen (254.5)



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Bobby Voelker TKOs Roger Bowling at Strikeforce Challengers -

Lesnar, Velasquez Official for UFC 121 -

UFC 121: Lesnar vs. Velasquez (part 3 of 3) - The Main Event -

Strikeforce Challengers 11 Live Play-By-Play & Results -

Changes To Pancrase! Kawamura Becomes Representative Director -

Soul Searching Leads Sanchez Home, to Thiago at UFC 121 -

Josh Gross: Cover boys Couture, Fedor together during major week for MMA in L.A. -

Pablo Popovitch focused on No Gi and MMA -

UFC 121 Storylines: The Cain Velasquez Marketing Campaign -

Photo of the day: Dana is my hero -

Paulo Thiago: "I hate losing" -

Kiuma Kunioku To Face Maximo Blanco At SRC 15 -

‘Cage of Horrors’ Results -

Grappling Events -



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Bellator 33 recap: Alvarez leaves Huerta on stool; Askren claims welterweight title -

Brock Lesnar and the Star System: Can UFC Adjust to New Realities? -

Alvarez: Strikeforces Coker Trying to Protect Melendez -

Strikeforce Challengers 11 preview and predictions for 'Bowling vs Voelker' -

Pancrase 2010 Passion Tour -

UFC 121: Tito Ortiz Not Phased by Lack of Wins in His Last Four Fights -

Dana: "Team mates who won't fight each other must be scared of each other" -

Jake Shields Thinks Former Showtime Employers Will Be Rooting for Him -

Changing BJJ Academies: Good or Bad Decision? -

Under trainer's steady watch, Velasquez readies for Lesnar -

Dana White: Frank Shamrock, youre a two-faced lying chump -

Polar Bear Crossing- Cole Konrad talks Bellator offseason, Wrestling to MMA, & training camps with Brock Lesnar -

This Friday night at 8:00 pm EST tune in to G4 for the latest Muay Thai Champion of Champions... -

UFC president Dana White hints at Olympic MMA progress, won't lead efforts -

X-1 World Events returns to Hawaii with Po'ai Suganuma vs. San Soo Lee tournament finals -

Reserve Fight Set! Saitama Super Arena On NYE -

WEC 53: Donald Cerrone vs Chris Horodecki booked for Dec. 16 in Arizona -

More Dynamite Rumors: Mousasi v. Ishii, Aoki v. Omigawa, and Overeem -

Tough Start for Canada at World Junior Judo Championship -

UFC returns to Las Vegas on July 2, eyes Abu Dhabi in March -



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TUF 12 Episode Six Recap -

Chris Leben Reportedly Arrested on Suspicion of Driving Under the Influence -

Jean-Claude Van Damme Update: Turns 50, Didn't Suffer Heart Attack, Will Fight in July -

Bellator 33 weigh in results for 'Alvarez vs Huerta' -

Ortiz Healthy for First Time in Seven Years -

TUF 12: The Aftermath - Win or Die -

The Worlds Greatest McDojo -

Team Koscheck takes it on the chin at TUF - lineup RSS-Images&utm_medium=feed&utm_content=Team Koscheck takes it on the chin at TUF

Dana White Previews UFC 121, Fires Back at Frank Shamrock -

Josh Gross: Cover boys Couture, Fedor together during major week for MMA in L.A. -

UFC boss supports Couture's decision to walk away but OK with further in-cage exploits -

An Arrival Long Anticipated -

Brock Lesnar vs. Cain Velasquez: Paul Heyman Explains Why Lesnar Is Unbeatable -

Dana: "GSP would fight Condit, corner teams would work itself out" -

GOOD4U Drinks Banned by UFC -

Battle of Styles Redux: The Pride Years, Nationality, and Wrestling -

UFC's Pat Barry eyes 2011 return to action, even if fingers not back at full length -

UFC extends THQ deal to 2018 -

Kala 'Kolohe' Hose Set for Action on Nov. 6 X-1 Card in Honolulu -

Wrestling Across Continents: How MMA Matches are Fought in America and Japan -



No Holds Barred: Eddie Alvarez, Roger Huerta, Lyman Good, Ben Askren, Bellator 33 Preview


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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with the main event fighters on what should be an outstanding mixed martial arts card, Bellator 33, which takes place Thursday, October 21, 2010, at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and will be televised in the U.S. on Fox Sports Net.

Topping that card, the lightweight champion of the Bellator Fighting Championships, Eddie Alvarez, will take on veteran Roger Huerta in a non-title superfight. Also, the unbeaten welterweight champion of the Bellator Fighting Championships, Lyman Good, will defend his title against the unbeaten welterweight tournament winner, Ben Askren.

To help preview this card, we got comments and analysis from all four of these fighters. We spoke with Eddie Alvarez by phone on Tuesday afternoon, and Roger Huerta, Lyman Good, and Ben Askren on a recent Bellator media conference call.

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UFC Gym's Mark Mastrov says new training centers target "blue-collar" types -

UFC Fan Expo in London Disappoints Industry Partners -

After Virtual Fight, Emelianenko and Couture Discuss Uncertain Futures -

Ex-Fury Promoter Claims Innocence, Blames Setup -

UFC 121 Preview: The Main Card -

UFC 121: What Would a Third Consecutive Loss Mean for Diego Sanchez? -

Gilbert Yvel - The Ivory Anniversary -

UFC 121: Tito Ortiz flirting with obsolescence -

Rage in the Cage 145 results - Eddie Arizmendi & Matt Lucas earn impressive round one finishes -

Drive Meets Opportunity for Velasquez at UFC 121 -

Battle of Styles Redux: The Pride Years, Nationality, and Wrestling -

NJPW Vs. PancraseISM! Year End Event Shaping Up -

Drive Meets Opportunity for Velasquez at UFC 121 -

Wolfslair coach: "Kongo is not a dirty fighter" -

Bellator's Rebney: Live TV Deal a Must for Next Season -

South Korean, Jung Hwan Cha, has been in a traffic accident and will not be able to rematch, Ryo... -

Report: Jose Aldos management team turned down offer to fight UFCs Kenny Florian -

A midlife MMA crisis -

Snapshot of the Day: K-1 World MAX 2010 Poster -



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Road Less Traveled: Korea's Newest MMA Promotion Takes a Different Path -

Strikeforce on Verge of Deals With Fedor and Dave Bautista? -

Jardine Headlines Nemesis Fighting Event Nov. 13 -

Frank Shamrock Blames Dana White for Negative Perception of MMA in New York -

Third UFC gym to open early 2011; "We can't open these things fast enough" -

Why didn't UFC 120 air live on Spike TV? Broadcast format to blame -

TUF 12: Nam Phan Talks Spencer Paige Fight, Bruce Leroy Prank, Josh Koscheck -

Jessica Pene To Face Amy Davis On November 19th -

Megumi Fujii Faces Zoila Frausto for Bellator’s Female 115 lbs. Title -

Deep Thoughts by War Machine: Part 9 -

Stitch Duran says he would have broken Chuck Norris' arm! -

Battle of Styles: Wrestling Dominates Other Martial Arts -

EA Sports MMA for iPhone and iPod Touch – A first look -

New JMMA Promotion VOLTAGE Born! PRIDE Rules Plus Elbows -

Schnaub Ready to Step Up Against Gonzaga -

Bellator, Bellator Wherefore Art Thou Bellator? -

Alistair Overeem Will Not Defend Strikeforce Title Until 2011: Fedor Opponent? -

Chase Beebe chokes out prospect Jared McMahan at Chicago Cagefighting Championship 2 -

Falling Action: Best and Worst of UFC 120 -





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By Sheldon Marr (Grappler's Edge)

(Front Row L-R) Nick Marr, Brett Tellis, Leo Snow, Jess Zobeck, Coach Sheldon Marr, (Back Row L-R) Mike Trujillo, Brandon Ruiz, Shane Cross, Coach Thiago Detanico, Adrian Valenzuela.


7X Pancrase USA National Team Champions Grappler's Edge proved once again to be the top Grappling Team in the region is by dominating the competition at the Rocky Mountain Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation (RMBJJF)'s "5th Annual National Cup" held on Oct. 16, 2010 at Arvada High School, Arvada, CO.

Team Edge entered 8 Competitors, and came home with 11 medals... and 8 of them GOLD!!!

Team Edge Winners were:

Jess Zobeck Advanced -127 GOLD

Leo Snow Advanced -140 SILVER

Brett Tellis Advanced -150 SILVER

Nick Marr Advanced -167 GOLD

Shane Cross Advanced -182 GOLD

Brandon Ruiz Advanced +220 GOLD

Nick Marr ADV -180 Advanced Absolute GOLD

Brandon Ruiz ADV +180 Advanced Absolute GOLD

Adrian Valenzuela Beginners -150 SILVER

Mike Trujillo Beginners -182 GOLD

Bret Tellis -150 (Gi) GOLD




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DEEP 50 Impact Fight Card -

UFC 121 Preview: Tito Ortiz Talks About Matt Hamill and Chuck Liddell -

UFC 121: What Gabriel Gonzaga Must Do To Beat Brendan Schaub -

UFC Hall of Famer Ken Shamrock Victorious in Lousiana -

Marquardt Holds No Hard Feelings Towards Sonnen -

Quebec's Tritton Dominates But Loses at Rotterdam Judo GP -

Josh Gross: UFC 120 leaves MMA future in UK lukewarm -

Arona: “I want to fight abroad, not in Brazil” -

MMA Judging: The Debate Continues -

Who Is The Raiden Of The 21st Century?! The 15th Trial -

UFC 122 Trailer: Marquardt vs. Okami -

American Top Team teams with exercise manufacturer -



UFC 120: Bisping vs. Akiyama - Results


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From the O2 Arena in London, England.



Main Card Bouts:

1. Michael Bisping defeated Yoshihiro Akiyama by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
2. Carlos Condit KOed Dan Hardy at 4:27 of rd 1
3. Mike Pyle defeated John Hathaway by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
4. Travis Browne vs. Cheick Kongo was judged a draw (28-28, 28-28, 28-28)
5. Claude Patrick defeated James Wilks by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Preliminary Bouts:
6. Alexander Gustafsson defeated Cyrille Diabate by rear choke at 2:41 of rd 2
7. Rob Broughton defeated Vinicius Quieroz by rear choke at 1:43 of rd 3
8. Paul Sass defeated Mark Holst by triangle choke at 4:45 of rd 1
9. Spencer Fisher defeated Curt Warburton by unanimous decision
10. Fabio Maldonado defeated James McSweeney by TKO at :48 seconds of rd 3



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Dana White Looks Back at UFC 120, Set to Travel With Vice President Biden -

A Bad Night for British MMA: UFC 120 Delivers, Fighters Don't -

UFC 120 bonuses: Bisping, Akiyama, Condit and Sass earn $60K awards (Updated) -

UFC 120 reportedly sets European attendance record with 17,133 at The O2 -

Condit Wants Winner of Kampmann vs. Shields -

UFC 120 FightMetric statistics illustrate Michael Bisping's unanimous decision win over Yoshihiro Akiyama -

Fan Support Tempers KO Loss for Hardy -

Josh Gross: UFC 120 leaves MMA future in UK in doubt -

British MMA Fight Scene Still Developing Following UFC 120 -

Carlos Condit Looking for Winner of Kampmann-Shields Next -

Tara LaRosa To Face Takayo Hashi On November 24 -

Jon Jones vs. Ryan Bader Still Expected Super Bowl Weekend -

MMA Fighters, What's With The Attitude? -

Michihiro Omigawa Offered WEC 53 Bout, Wants Shinya Aoki -

Long Beach Fight Night -

Big Shootboxing S-Cup News Including the Return of Buakaw -



RMBJJF: 5th US National Cup - Today in Arvada, CO


10-16-2010, Denver, CO

Event date: October 16th, 2010, Time: Doors open at 9:00am Start: 10:00am

Venue: Arvada High School, 7951 W 65th Ave, Arvada, CO 80004



UFC 120: Bisping vs. Akiyama - Today in London. Free on Spike TV

10-16-2010, Denver, CO

Event Date: September 16th, 8PM EST/PST

Venue: The O2, London England


Main Event:
1. Yoshihiro Akiyama (185) VS Michael Bisping (185)

Spike TV:

2. Carlos Condit (170) VS Dan Hardy (171)
3. Mike Pyle (170) VS John Hathaway (171)
4. Travis Browne (251) VS Cheick Kongo (228)
5. Claude Patrick (171) VS James Wilks (170)

6. Alexander Gustafsson (204) VS Cyrille Diabate (204)
7. Vinicius Queiroz (239) VS Rob Broughton (257)
8. Mark Holst (155) VS Paul Sass (155)
9. Curt Warburton (154) VS Spencer Fisher (155)
10. Fabio Maldonado (204) VS James McSweeney (205



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Cain Velasquez: Is The UFC Marketing of His Fight with Brock Lesnar an Issue? -

UFC targeting attendance record with April show at Toronto's Rogers Centre -

Brocktober Continues: The Wrestling Career of Brock Lesnar -

Latest MMA Schedule - Makdessi Debuts at UFC 124 -

Promoter Jason Heit in Action at AFC 4 on The Fight Network -

‘Mayday’ McDonald Ready For Big Day -

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Deep Thoughts by War Machine: Part 8 -

Dana White: ‘With Fedor I Never Say Never’ -

Stanislav Nedkov will have to wait just a little longer to make his UFC debut -

Arianny looks celestial in new Playboy pictorial -

The Tank Abbott Image and Writing about MMA -

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UFC expansion update: Abu Dhabi return planned for 2011, India and Brazil targeted -



No Holds Barred: Declan Hill on Proposal for International Anti-Corruption Agency for Sports
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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with investigative journalist, documentary maker, and academic Declan Hill (

He is the author of the best-selling book "The Fix: Soccer and Organized Crime". He also spoke at the recent meeting of the European ministers of sport in Baku, Azerbaijan, about the need for an international agency to fight corruption in sport, similar to what the World Anti-Doping Agency does regarding doping. The European ministers of sport unanimously passed a resolution asking the Council of Europe to help set up such an international agency, and now plans are in the works to carry this out.

In a ground-breaking discussion, we spoke Thursday afternoon with Declan Hill about corruption in sports and what to do about it. He explained how this corruption in sports is largely the result of the influence of illegal gambling operations, and how legalized and regulated sports gambling would help greatly reduce it, along with ending the exploitation of underpaid athletes. We discussed how such an agency could affect the poorly regulated or even unregulated combat sports, which usually have no central leagues like most other sports do. He also explained that while establishing such an agency will be a lengthy process, it is imperative that it be done, even for sports where illegal gambling is not yet considered to have had a major corrupting influence.

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No Holds Barred: George Hero, Midwood Wrestling Exhibition 2010, MMA, and Pindar the Poet of Ancient Greece
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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman once again speaks with the legendary coach and founder of the Midwood High School wrestling team in Brooklyn, New York, George Hero.

Coach Hero will be one of the many current and former Midwood wrestlers, alumni, and coaches who will be competing at the Midwood Wrestling Exhibition 2010, this Saturday, October 16, beginning at noon, at the Midwood High School Gymnasium at 2839 Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn. This event will feature folkstyle, freestyle, and Greco-Roman wrestling. Coach Hero will be facing heavyweight Yuriy Petriv in the main event in a match held under NCAA rules, and with special guest referee Bob Backlund, a 1971 NCAA Div. II national champion at North Dakota State University before going into the WWWF.

There is a Facebook page with more information on this event here:

We had an enlightening and wide-ranging discussion Tuesday night with Coach Hero about the importance of this event, wrestling, and the combat sports in general. We discussed how these combat sports greatly benefit both the mind and body, and build positive values, which is especially important now in a culture which emphasizes so much negativity. We refuted many of the claims of the critics of mixed martial arts in New York, where the politicians are still keeping this sport illegal. We noted the many ways wrestling and mixed martial arts are very closely linked. And he discussed how Midwood Wrestling and the Beat The Streets organization are bringing many youths into wrestling programs for the first time.

Coach Hero also stated, "We have to go back to the ancient Greek ideals about athletics." He recommends to his athletes that they study the writings of Pindar, the great lyric poet of ancient Greece, whose writings include commentary on the Olympics and other athletic events of his era. So we read an excerpt from Pindar, and encouraged others to learn from this classic poet as well.

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No Holds Barred: Tyron Woodley
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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with unbeaten Strikeforce mixed martial arts fighter Tyron Woodley (

He registered his first knockout win in his eight victories by stopping former world and Pan American jiu-jitsu champion Andre Galvao in just 1:48 of the first round of their Strikeforce fight on Saturday, October 9, 2010, at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California, and shown in the U.S. on Showtime.

We spoke with Tyron Woodley, a two-time Division I All-American wrestler at the University of Missouri and a Big 12 champion, by phone Sunday morning. We discussed, of course, his dominating and quick victory. He explained how he has become a well-rounded fighter after having won six of his first seven wins by submission, and how close he believes he is to a title shot in the welterweight (170-pound) division in Strikeforce. He also emphasized that he would like to fight next on the December 4 Strikeforce card in St. Louis in his home state of Missouri.

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A grudge rematch lived up to its hype and more Saturday when Nick Diaz (22-7, 1 NC) of Stockton, Calif., won his eighth consecutive fight and retained his STRIKEFORCE welterweight championship with an exciting, crowd-pleasing five-round decision over KJ Noons (9-2) of San Diego, Calif. in a 25-minute slugfest at HP Pavilion on SHOWTIME® that SHOWTIME announcer Mauro Ranallo called “one of the most exciting stand-up contests in MMA history.’’

By winning a unanimous decision by the scores of 49-46, 49-47 and 48-47, Diaz evened the score with heated rival Noons, who defeated him by disputed first-round TKO on Nov. 7, 2007. Noons had a six-fight winning streak end.

The first bout ended in bloody controversy; the return bout was highlighted by high drama and intense two-way exchanges that left both proud, courageous fighters bloody and spent at the finish. Diaz was cut around the right eye and nose. Noons was cut around the nose and mouth.

In other results on the televised portion of the “Diaz vs. Noons II’’ event presented by STRIKEFORCE and Rockstar Energy Drink: Marlos Coenen (18-4) of The Netherlands captured the STRIKEFORCE Female Welterweight title with an impressive third-round submission (arm-bar) over previously unbeaten Sarah Kaufman (12-1) of Victoria, British Columbia; former STRIKEFORCE belt-holder Josh Thomson (18-3) of San Jose earned a hard-fought three-round decision over Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante (15-4-1) of Brazil in a battle of world-ranked lightweights and Tyron Woodley (8-0), of St. Louis, Mo., registered a 1:28, first-round knockout over Andre Galvao (5-2) of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in a matchup of up-and-coming welterweights.

“I knew I won the decision but I’m a little disappointed I didn’t finish him in the first round,’’ said Diaz, a Cesar Gracie Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt who only attempted a handful of takedowns.. “I’m a little surprised he hung in like he did because he took a lot of punishment. But he has a good chin.’’

Diaz was cut on the right eye early in the second round, but his corner did an excellent job of minimizing and controlling the cut and it was not a major factor for the most part the remainder of the bout.

“I was worried about the cut, but my corner told me it wasn’t a big deal,’’ he said. “I am not opposed to a third fight down the road if Noons wins a few fights. Whatever the fans want. Anything is possible.’’

Noons took the tough setback with class. “Honestly, he beat me fair and square. But I landed more punches than him. I out-struck him. Even though I got a little tired at the very end, I kept pushing all the way. I know I was getting to him. If they want a third fight, you know I’ll go for it.’’

Thomson, who may have earned himself a third fight with STRIKEFORCE World Lightweight Champion Gilbert Melendez, was happy with the win but unhappy with his performance.

“I probably could have fought much harder but JZ is a very dangerous guy and one of the best in the world and it was obviously very important for me to win so I played it a little safe,’’ Thomson said. “I felt this might go the distance but no way I won that fight, 30-27. He got me a few times, but I hurt more from his two headbutts (that required stitches).’’

Coenen, a strikingly attractive submission whiz, was pitching a shutout on all three judges’ scorecards after two rounds although some at press row had the fight even. After scoring her eighth career triumph by arm-bar, she was in near tears inside the cage.

“Like I said before, winning the world title can be a life-changing thing for me,’’ said Coenen, whose first defense is slated to be against Miesha Tate, who won a four-woman, one-night 135-pound elimination tournament earlier this year on STRIKEFORCE Challengers on SHOWTIME.

“Miesha won the tournament, she’s a great grappler and obviously very good,’’ Coenen said. “I will definitely have to stand with her. For tonight’s fight, I worked very hard. This is an unbelievable feeling.’’

A disappointed Kaufman took the defeat in stride but is hopeful of a rematch. “This kind of thing happens,’’ she said. “I made a mistake and Marloes capitalized. Up until then, I was fine and felt I was hurting her. She never hurt me. If I have to get back in line and win a fight or two to get a rematch, that’s what I’ll do. I’d love to fight her again.’’

Woodley entered the fight intent on proving his striking ability and he did, landing a couple of right hands as Galvao, a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu specialist, went for a takedown. Galvao made it to his feet, but was still woozy. When he attempted another takedown, Woodley delivered a few more shots, the ref stepped in and stopped it, and Woodley had registered his first pro KO win.

“I feel awesome,’’ said 5-foot-9, 28-year-old Woodley, a two-time All-American NCAA wrestler for the University of Missouri who was making his first start on the Saturday championship series after fighting three times on STRIKEFORCE Challengers. “I knew I hurt him but wasn’t sure if he was faking or not so I had to be patient.

“Strikeforce Challengers prepared me for this, and it is a tremendous win. But I really expected it to go a lot longer.’’

Saturday’s thrilling event will re-air as follows:
DAY CHANNEL - Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 10 p.m. ET/PT SHO2

The telecast also will be available On Demand beginning Tuesday, Oct. 12, and running through Oct. 25.

In Saturday’s non-televised professional results: James Terry (8-2), San Jose, unanimous decision (39-27, 30-27 and 30-26) over David Marshall (8-2), Sacramento, at 170 pounds; Josh McDonald (8-4), Concord, Calif., unanimous decision (29-28 three times) over Ron Keslar (5-3), San Jose, at 180 pounds; and Jean Bouscal (3-2), Dublin, Calif., submitted (arm-triangle choke) Luis Mendoza (0-1), San Jose, at 3:00 of first round at 155 pounds.



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No Holds Barred: The Battle to Legalize Mixed Martial Arts in New York
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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman discusses what is happening in the ongoing battle to legalize mixed martial arts in the State of New York, where the sport has been illegal since 1997.

We review what we have found out about the positions on this issue of all seven candidates for New York governor who are on the ballot for this year's election on November 2. We explain the history of how mixed martial arts had originally been legalized in New York, and when and why it was banned. We discuss why this sport has had such a hard time becoming re-legalized in New York, and much more.

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No Holds Barred: Nevada State Athletic Commission Hearing on Drug Testing and Brain Health Study
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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman plays the audio from the main part of the meeting on Tuesday, October 5, 2010, of the Nevada State Athletic Commission in Las Vegas, regarding changes in their drug-testing procedures, and a proposal for a free brain health study for fighters.

Following a hearing on drug-testing on June 9, 2010, the commission, once a leader in the quest for fighter safety, rebuffed the many people who have advocated that they adopt the internationally-accepted procedures of the World Anti-Doping Agency, including random and unannounced blood and urine testing for banned and dangerous substances. Instead, the commission amended their procedures merely by adding some additional analysis to their existing annual blood tests for licensing, such as measuring hemoglobin and hematocrit levels. This exposed the position of some on the commission who had argued that urine tests alone caught everything. This position has already been discredited in the medical community, since urine tests cannot at present detect cheating by use of human growth hormone and other substances. But the latest change by the commission continues to make it very easy for dope cheats to evade getting caught, since they will know exactly when they will be tested.

The commission also approved a proposal by the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health to conduct free brain scans and physicals for boxers and mixed martial artists over a period of several years. The purpose is to measure the effects of these combat sports on these athletes, in particular on their brains and neurological health. Where this leads is unknown, but it definitely is a step in the right direction.

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No Holds Barred: Matthew Kaplowitz on the Fight Nerd Video Game Open, Brick City MMA, and Bellator Tryouts
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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman once again speaks with Matthew Kaplowitz, The Fight Nerd (

We open our lengthy and nerdy interview by discussing two mixed martial arts events Matthew covered on Saturday, October 2: the fighter tryouts for the Bellator Fighting Championships in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the debut show of the Brick City Fighting Championship in Newark, New Jersey. We analyzed the fights on the Brick City card, as well as the organization of their first event, and noted how often fighting events are better experienced live than on television or webcast.

Matthew is also organizing the first Fight Nerd Video Game Open event, entitled “Fall Brawl 2010″. This tournament featuring MMA video games will take place Saturday, October 16, starting at 12 noon EDT, at 8 Bit And Up Video Games, 35 St. Marks Place, 2nd Floor (on the corner of 2nd Avenue and 8th Street), New York, NY 10003. Registration is available online at

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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman once again speaks with mixed martial arts fighter Jessica Aguilar (

At Bellator 31 on September 30 in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Jessica Aguilar fought Zoila Frausto in the semifinals of the Bellator 115-pound women's tournament. The result was a highly-controversial split decision win for Frausto, a verdict not supported by most of those who were in attendance or watching on television. Many simply said that Jessica Aguilar was "robbed". But with the win, Zoila Frausto got a berth in the tournament finals on October 28, where she will face the unbeaten Megumi Fujii.

We spoke Saturday afternoon with Jessica Aguilar about this fight and this disputed decision. She explained her strategy of mainly keeping the fight standing, although she is a world-class grappler and American Top Team member. We discussed what she might have done differently in this fight. She also revealed that she will be fighting on that October 28 Bellator card in Hollywood, Florida, against an opponent to be named. But if Zoila Frausto is unable to fight in the tournament finals because of the injuries she suffered in the September 30 fight, Jessica Aguilar might replace her in the finals against Megumi Fujii.

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WEC 51: Aldo vs. Gamburyan” - Results


Broomfield, CO


From the1st Bank Center, Broomfield, Colorado


Main Card:
1. Jose Aldo defeated Manny Gamburyan by KO (Punches) at 1:33 of rd 2
2. Donald Cerrone defeated Jamie Varner by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
3. Miguel Torres defeated Charlie Valencia by Rear Naked Choke at 2:25 of rd 2
4. George Roop defeated Chan Sung Jung by KO (High Kick) at 1:30 of rd 2
5. Mark Hominick defeated Leonard Garcia by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Preliminary Card:
6. Tiequan Zhang defeated Pablo Garza by Guillotine Choke at 2:26 of rd 1
7. Mike Brown defeated Cole Province by TKO from Punches at 1:18 of rd 1
8. Chris Horodecki defeated Ed Ratcliff by Split Decision (28-29, 30-27, 30-27)
9. Diego Nunes defeated Tyler Toner by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
10. Antonio Banuelos defeated Chad George by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
11. Demetrious Johnson defeated Nick Pace by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)



No Holds Barred: Dr. Margaret Goodman on Concussions, Combat Sports, CTE, Doping, and Horses

Denver, CO

On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman once again speaks with Dr. Margaret Goodman, a neurologist, the former chair of the Medical Advisory Board of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, and the medical correspondent for No Holds Barred.

Our lengthy interview takes on some of the most difficult but pressing issues facing the combat sports, and even contact sports like American football.

What can be done to limit further the widespread doping in combat sports and the use of dangerous and banned substances? Why are these banned substances, such as anabolic steroids, so dangerous?

What will be the effect on these sports of very recent research, which Dr. Goodman calls "earth-shattering", regarding the dangers caused by concussions and the onset of the brain disease CTE, or chronic traumatic encephalopathy? Can any combat or contact sport be considered relatively safe, or become relatively safe, for the health of the athletes? Given all this new research, how can it be argued that combat sports, including mixed martial arts, be legalized in jurisdictions like New York where it presently is not? And why are safety and doping standards better in the U.S. for race horses than human athletes?

We address head-on these and related issues which one day may threaten the very existence of these sports.

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WEC 51: Aldo vs. Gamburyan” - Tonight In Broomfield, Colorado

09-30-2010, Broomfield, CO

Event date: Thursday, September 30th

Venue: 1st Bank Center, 11450 Broomfield Lane, Broomfield, CO 80021


The main card airs live on the Versus cable network Thursday at 9 p.m. Eastern.

Main Card:
1. Manny Gamburyan (145) vs. Jose Aldo (145)
2. Donald Cerrone (155.5) vs. Jamie Varner (156)
3. Charlie Valencia (136) vs. Miguel Torres (136)*
4. George Roop (145) vs. Chan Sung Jung (146)
5. Mark Hominick (145) vs. Leonard Garcia (146)

Preliminary Card:
6. Pablo Garza (154) vs. Tiequan Zhang (154)
7. Cole Province (146) vs. Mike Brown (145)
8. Ed Ratcliff (155) vs. Chris Horodecki (155)
9. Diego Nunes (145) vs. Tyler Toner (145)
10. Chad George (135) vs. Antonio Banuelos (136)
11. Nick Pace (135) vs. Demetrious Johnson (135)




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From the promoter and President of Kick Down MMA Steve Alley.

I would like to inform everyone that the Kick Down 85 event that was scheduled for Saturday October 2, 2010 in Denver, Colorado has been officially postponed until December 2010. There were numerous factors which determined the postponement of this event which included several drop offs and changes to the initial fight card, being in the center of several MMA events in the local area and the WEC which will have a mega event on Thursday just days before the scheduled Kick Down event. That coupled with the fact that the under taking of doing as many as 7 events in 10 weeks to end the year in 4 different states played some part in the process. We plan on the elimination of the number of events in 2011 so we may deliver a product that meets the standard we have delivered in the past. We apologize to the fighters that were prepared to participate and hope that we can deliver the product our fans have become accustomed to on the December event and beyond.

We hope to see our fans and fighters at an upcoming event in the near future.


Steve Alley

President Kick Down MMA, Universal Fight Alliance



No Holds Barred: Lenne Hardt - Pride FC Announcer


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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with the legendary former Pride Fighting Championships and current Dream announcer Lenne Hardt (

Lenne Hardt, although an American, has been living and working in Tokyo for many years. We spoke with her by Skype on Tuesday morning Japan time/Monday evening U.S. time.

In an amazing, lengthy interview, the multi-talented Lenne Hardt explained how she first got involved as a mixed martial arts announcer, although she had not been familiar with the sport prior to being hired by Pride. She discussed her unique, explosive announcing style, about which few who have heard it have no opinion. She recalled how it was to work at the mega-events produced by Pride, and also her reactions during the period of the demise of Pride and the scandals associated with that organization. She commented on the future of Dream. As head of the Lenne Hardt Jazz Band, which recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, she discussed the relationship between her announcing and jazz. She also discussed her upcoming announcing date for the Israel Fighting Championship on November 9 in Tel Aviv, and much, much more.

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No Holds Barred: Jessica Aguilar


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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with mixed martial arts fighter Jessica Aguilar (

After submitting Lynn Alvarez in the first round of their fight in the quarterfinals of the eight-woman, 115-pound tournament promoted by the Bellator Fighting Championships, Jessica Aguilar has advanced to the semifinals. Her opponent in the semis will be Zoila Frausto, in a fight which will take place at Bellator 31 on Thursday, September 30, at the L'Auberge du Lac Resort in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and will be televised live in the U.S. on Fox Sports Net.

We spoke with Jessica Aguilar, an American Top Team fighter, on Saturday about what to expect in her fight with Zoila Frausto. We discussed her grappling background, and how she is planning to use it in this fight. She explained the influence she is having on young women and girls who might want to enter the martial arts and combat sports, and how they should believe in themselves. We also discussed her relations with her mother, whom she adores, but who does not yet know that she is a professional fighter.

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UFC 119 - Results

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From the Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis

Main Card Bouts:
1. Frank Mir defeated Mirko CroCop by knockout at 4:02 of rd 3
2. Ryan Bader defeated Antonio Rogerio Nogueira by unanimous decision
3. Chris Lytle defeated Matt Serra by unanimous decision
4. Sean Sherk defeated Evan Dunham by split decision
5. Melvin Guillard defeated Jeremy Stephens by split decision

Preliminary Bouts
6. C.B. Dollaway defeated Joe Doerksen by guillotine choke at 2:13 of rd 1
7. Matt Mitrione defeated Joey Beltran by unanimous decision
8. Thiago Tavares defeated Pat Audinwood by guillotine choke at 3:47 of rd 1
9. Waylon Lowe defeated Steve Lopez by split decision
10. T.J. Grant defeated Julio Paulino by unanimous decision
11. Sean McCorkle defeated Mark Hunt by armbar at 1:03 of rd 1



No Holds Barred: The Truth Only Hurts Liars and Crooks
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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman offers another potpourri of wisdom and truth about recent events in the combat sports.

We start by explaining why it would be wise for the American premium cable network Showtime to add programming from M-1 Global to its mixed martial arts lineup, alongside Strikeforce events. MMA is rising in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, and Showtime could get right in on the ground floor as this phenomenon continues. We also comment on the apparent resuscitation of the Super Six World Boxing Classic super middleweight tournament, with fights now scheduled for November 27 on Showtime between Andre Ward and Andre Dirrell, and Carl Froch and Arthur Abraham.

The Dream 16 mixed martial arts card was held Saturday, September 16, in Nagoya, Japan. We comment on the good and bad of that show, including the impressive technique of the fighters, which was counterposed by a series of purposeful, and typical, mismatches.

In addition, we comment on the latest doping scandal in mixed martial arts, this time involving UFC fighter Chael Sonnen, who was caught using steroids by the California State Athletic Commission in his recent fight with Anderson Silva. This once again highlights the need for the adoption of the protocols and methods of the World Anti-Doping Agency by the various athletic commissions regulating the combat sports, and their disgraceful failure to do so thus far.

We address the recent federal lawsuit between probably the two largest boxing promotions in the world, Golden Boy Promotions and Top Rank, where Golden Boy alleges that Top Rank is guilty of racketeering and millions of dollars in fraud (which, of course Top Rank denies). And we ask the question: Who in boxing are the real crooks?

With a new governor taking office in New York in 2011 and the election campaign under way, we also discuss the scandalous failure of the politicians in New York to legalize and sanction mixed martial arts. We are attempting to survey all the gubernatorial candidates about their positions on this issue, to build grassroots pressure on them to legalize it when the next administration takes office.

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UFC 119: "Cropcop vs. Mir - Tonight
09-25-2010, Denver, CO
Event date: Sat., Sept. 25
Venue: Indianapolis, INConseco Fieldhouse

Main Event:
1. Mirko CroCop (227) VS Frank Mir (252)

Main Card (PPV):
2. Ryan Bader (205) VS Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (205)
3. Chris Lytle (171) VS Matt Serra (170)
4. Evan Dunham (156) VS Sean Sherk (155)
5. Jeremy Stephens (155) VS Melvin Guillard (155)


6. Joe Doerksen (186) VS CB Dollaway (186)
7. Joey Beltran (239) VS Matt Mitrione (253)

Preliminary Bouts:
8. Pat Audinwood (156) VS Thiago Tavares (155)
9. Waylon Lowe (154) VS Steve Lopez (156)
10. Julio Paulino (170) VS TJ Grant (170)
11. Sean McCorkle (263) VS Mark Hunt (265)



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No Holds Barred: Kenny Garner, M-1 Selection, Wrestling, and MMA
Denver, CO

On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with mixed martial arts fighter and former wrestler Kenny "Deuce" Garner, who will fight in the heavyweight finals of the M-1 Global Americas Selection tournament Saturday, September 18, 2010, at Bally's Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. His opponent will be Pat Bennett, who had been a two-time Div. 3 All-American wrestler at SUNY-Brockport. We spoke with the colorful Kenny Garner by phone to get his view on how this fight, which is expected to feature a lot of action, will go.

We open the show by discussing some of the lessons from the recently-concluded World Championships of Wrestling, which took place September 6-12 in Moscow. This was one of the most exciting world championships in recent memory, and also saw the wrestlers using some amazing techniques, but this event got little attention outside the wrestling community. We explain some of the reasons why, and offer some suggestions.

In addition, we squarely address the myth that wrestling is a "boring" sport. While some wrestlers may wrestle a boring style, the philosophy behind the sport emphasizes seeking dominance. We comment on this issue both regarding wrestling as a sport, and wrestling and wrestlers in mixed martial arts, borrowing some advice from wrestling legend Dan Gable.

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UFC Fight Night 22 - Results


Denver, CO


From the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas.


Main Bouts:
1. Nate Marquardt defeated Rousimar Palhares by TKO from strikes at 3:28, R1
2. Charles Oliveira defeated Efrain Escudero by rear naked choke at 2:25, R3
3. Jim Miller defeated Gleison Tibau by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
4. Cole Miller defeated Ross Pearson by rear naked choke at 1:49, R2

Preliminary Bouts:
5. Yves Edwards defeated John Gunderson by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
6. Kyle Kingsbury defeated Jared Hamman by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
7. Dave Branch defeated Tomasz Drwal by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
8. Rich Attonito defeated Rafael Natal by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
9. Anthony “T.J.” Waldburger defeated David Mitchell by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
10. Brian Foster defeated Forrest Petz by TKO from strikes at 1:07, R1



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UFC Fight Night 22 - Tonight on SpikeTV


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UFC Fight Night, which is headlined by the middleweight bout between Nate Marquardt and Rousimar Palhares, airs on Spike TV from the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas beginning at 8pm ET / PT.


Main Event:
1. Rousimar Palhares (186) VS Nate Marquardt (186)

Main Card:
2. Charles Oliveira (154) VS Efrain Escudero (159*)
3. Gleison Tibau (154) VS Jim Miller (155.5)
4. Cole Miller (156) VS Ross Pearson (156)


Preliminary Bouts:
5. John Gunderson (156) VS Yves Edwards (155)
6. Kyle Kingsbury (206) VS Jared Hamman (205)
7. David Branch (186) VS Tomasz Drwal (185.5)
8. Rafael Natal (186) VS Rich Attonito (185)
9. David Mitchell (170.5) VS TJ Waldburger (171)
10. Forrest Petz (170) VS Brian Foster (170.5)



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No Holds Barred: Hit or Miss? Shark Fights 13 Review with Steve Nelson
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On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman reviews the Shark Fights 13 mixed martial arts card with Steve Nelson, the founder of the USWF (Unified Shoot Wrestling Federation), who covered this show for No Holds Barred from cageside. Shark Fights 13 was held Saturday, September 11, at the Amarillo Civic Center Coliseum in Amarillo, Texas, and telecast live on pay-per-view.

We had a lengthy and detailed discussion Sunday afternoon about this overwhelmingly well-received show. We analyzed the fights on this card, including the late stoppage in the exciting Houston Alexander-Sokoudjou fight, and the many upsets. We discussed the telecast, including the colorful and controversial commentary by Don Frye and Bas Rutten. And we examined what this all may mean, both positive and negative, for the future and positioning of Shark Fights. This is an in-depth analysis of this event, which its promoters hope will establish Shark Fights ( as a major MMA organization.

Also, No Holds Barred is available through iTunes at

The show is in MP3 format, so may take some time to download.



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BRING THE THUNDER MMA - Tonight In Pueblo, Colorado


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September 11, the Colorado State University-Pueblo athletic department will host "Bring the Thunder MMA," the first Mixed Martial Arts event to take place at Massari Arena.

The event will benefit CSU-Pueblo's athletics program. The co-main events feature Cameron Dollar vs. Brett Roller and Eliot Marshall vs. Adriano Camolese

Colorado's own Shane Carwin who is currently ranked as the 3rd best Heavyweight in the World will be making a special appearance for the Bring the Thunder MMA event on September 11, 2010 at 7:30pm Saturday night


When: Saturday, Sept 11th, 7:30 pm

Where: Massari Arena, 2200 Bonforte Blvd., Pueblo, CO 81001
Tel: 719.549.27