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One thing is for sure, you never know what to expect in the UFC’s Lightweight 155lb division. At UFC 185, Rafael Dos Anjos not only took the Championship away from reigning title holder Anthony Pettis, he did so with relative ease. Pettis is not overrated, however he is two dimensional. Dos Anjos strategy of mixing it up, changing levels and never giving Pettis a standing target kept the Champion off-balance and after 5 rounds cost...

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14 seconds. That’s all it took for the UFC women’s Bantamweight champion to pull off a slick transition into an armbar and make Cat Zingano tap out. The submission victory marked the second time she has finished an opponent in under 16 seconds, this time tying a UFC record for fastest submission victory. Rousey, such a dominant figure in her sport. A passionate and aggressive fighter who leaves it all in the cage, never takes a...

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In the sport of mixed martial arts fighters earn their respect by showing their skill, determination, and heart within the cage. In fact, one of the best compliments you can pay a fighter is to tell him or her that they have heart. For some this extends far beyond the mat into a world that is touched by sadness or tragedy, giving them a chance to show their generosity kindness and non combative sides. In...

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UFC 162 on Saturday night showcased four of the best featherweights in the world. So, consequently, the featherweights have been a hot topic of discussion in the days following the event. Due to the ‘out of sight out of mind’ nature of this sport, Ricardo Lamas’s name has been missing from these discussions. Lamas, it seems, is quickly becoming the forgotten featherweight.