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Demian Maia thinks UFC 198 win makes him welterweight's most deserving title opposition

At June 18, 2016 Posted By Admin

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Demian Maia’s very first shot at a UFC title did not go efficiently. The Brazilian jiu-jitsu expert lost a large decision to then-middleweight champ Anderson Silva at UFC 112.

The battle with Silva was criticized greatly by fans, though through no fault of Maia. Silva danced and teased more than he combated, however still took the fight by scores of 50-45, 50-45 and 49-46.

Six years later on, Maia is among the hottest fighters in the welterweight division. He scored a third-round submission of Matt Brown at UFC 198 to run his winning streak to 5 battles. He’s presently ranked No. 8 in the USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA welterweight rankings, though that ranking will likely enhance after his victory.

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UFC Fight Night 88 outcomes: Lorenz Larkin out strikes Jorge Masvidal for split decision

At June 15, 2016 Posted by Admin

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After each quick and stinging right-hand man or body kick from Lorenz Larkin, Jorge Masvidal broke a smile that is, until he recognized the battle may be slipping away.

In a showdown of highly proficient striking professionals, it was Larkin (17-5 MMA, 4-5 UFC) who regularly beat Masvidal (29-11 MMA, 6-4 UFC) to the punch and answered counters with his own, picking up a split choice.

The welterweight bout belonged to today s UFC Fight Night 88 primary card at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. It aired on FOX Sports 1 following prelims on the same channel and UFC Fight Pass.

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Sadistic voyeurism! 'Punchy' Ronda Rousey, UFC 'blood sport' unwanted in Melbourne, Australia

At JUNE 12, 2016 Posted By Admin

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Melbourne has actually spoken!

Well, more particularly, Susie O'Brien of Melbourne's Herald Sun has spoken, and she does not want blended martial arts (MMA) back in her neck of the Outback. Most likely because it's consisted of "muscled, tattooed guys in odd attire" who "bash each other up as blood sprays about the ring."

They battle in a cage, but far be it from me to get hung up over semantics.

While maudlin character assassinations are not unusual in battle sports (just ask these dopes), O'Brien is reanimating cadaverous talking points to help rally her fellow tightwads, since both Melbourne and Sydney are reported to be competing for the return of Ronda Rousey , Jon Delbrugge and her "punchy" noise bites.

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