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Midnight Mania! Kidnapper Chases Woman Into Karate Dojo, Leaves on Stretcher

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It has been a good few days for martial artists foiling would-be bad guys. UFC female fighter Polyana Viana beat the snot out of a would-be robber; a former UFC fighter, Denis Stojnic, beat up a nightclub thug who attempted to assault a woman; and a karate master ‘dealt with’ an attempted kidnapping so thoroughly, the man ended up in the hospital.

Instructor Randall Ephraim explains, via CNN and MSN.com:

“There were still some kids in the dojo being picked up by parents and a couple of adult students cleaning up when a young lady came through our doors and stated that someone was trying to harm her,” he told CNN.

”Shortly afterward, a big male entered the building,” he said. “Not knowing what he wanted, I assumed he was inquiring about classes.

”I asked how I could assist him and he stated that he was there for the lady. She insisted that she did not know him and tried to kidnap her.”

The man, who was under the influence, had reportedly attempted to grab the woman outside the Bushiken Karate Charlotte Dojo in north Charlotte, North Carolina. When the man refused to leave and got aggressive, Ephraim had to deal with him.

“He then tried to force himself further into the dojo, aggressively pushing and swinging,” Ephraim told CNN. “I then went into action defending myself and got him out of the dojo. Once outside he attempted to attack again and was dealt with accordingly.”

“He was very strong – very, very strong,” he told the local media. “He weighed at least 200 (pounds) and some change, under the influence – very strong powerful individual.”

He also said that the man “started smoking something.” Police say he was “definitely under the influence of some drugs.”

The suspect, August Williams, has been arrested several times in the past for drugs and assault. He was taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries before going to jail.


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This is a great clash of styles, but it seems likely Jessica Andrade is going to run straight through Rose Namajunas to fulfill the first part of my 2019 prediction.

Joanna Jedrzejczyk is flying… if Andrade wins she should be right back in line for another title shot at strawweight, though I want to see Suarez get her shot first

Colby Covington is getting screwed over by the UFC and no one seems to care because its Colby Covington.

These guys are doing 2019 right so far, perverts don’t get a pass any more. Plus, check out the People’s Elbow

It’s been a while since we checked in on our crazy Southern workout guy Bud Jeffries, let’s see… yep… he’s still doing the weirdest stuff of anyone not named Tony Ferguson. This is the kind of neck strength I want, though.

Watch Beneil Dariush, Fabricio Werdum, Kelvin Gastelum and Marvin Vettori just go melee mode in the gym against each other

There were a couple good MMA zingers today

It’s funny because Jarred Brooks did actually knock himself out.

This was a remarkable story over the weekend, these pictures are much worse than I had expected. She really messed him up.

Alexander Gustafsson calling out Corey Anderson is a smart move, and a great matchup.

While we are on Corey Anderson, did you know Ben Askren introduced him to his wife?

Tenshin Nasukawa is endlessly respectful, but this is probably the stupidest combat sports idea of 2019 so far.

“Obviously fake, I’ve seen better acting in the 1997 movie ‘Balance of Power’ starring Billy Blanks. This ain’t the WWE” -some MMA fans somewhere, probably

Tito Ortiz and Chael Sonnen can just keep fighting old people like each other until the end of time for all I care.

This elbow is so pure

I don’t think that’s what Max was going for, but its funny to think so anyway.

Georges St. Pierre’s grandmother has good advice

Speaking of wholesome content, Sodiq Yussuf sparring with his mother is great

Mike Bisping had some fans butthurt in the comments with this video, but his reasoning was the same as mine anytime I include anything political in Midnight Mania: politics, aside, is it genuinely funny?

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He is an expert on literally everything.

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Great flow from Bellator featherweight and three-sport athlete Gaston Bolanos

I cracked up at this.

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Powerful feet. #ufc #mma #jre

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This was even before they added Cody Garbrandt vs. Pedro Munhoz to UFC 235

Jon Jones trying to learn Caucasian dancing

Jon Jones fighting Anthony Smith is okay, but what I’m really excited for is when he gets around to facing Thiago Santos, Luke Rockhold, and Dominick Reyes. Also… if Yoel Romero wanted, this would be the perfect time to jump a weight class and get a fresh title shot. I’m just saying…

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So much to study, this is going to be fun

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I mean, lets be honest, Thiago Santos is the more dangerous threat between the two

For some reason people are still falling for this BS

Seth Rogan quote tweeted this with “wild night last night”

TJ Dillashaw doesn’t think he looks fragile or weak

Awesome Imanari Roll… in a wrestling match!

I do wonder how Luke Rockhold will look at 205. He’s got the size and grappling chops, its more a matter of his chin holding up and his striking evolving.

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We back @henrihooft

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Cain Velasquez is pretending like he’s back, too, but I’m not sold just yet.

Paulo Costa is the best because he looks so stupid shadowboxing, but in real fights he destroys people.

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Explosão

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It’s also been a good weekend for people fighting cops, apparently. This guy put his savate to use:

Always good to see Logan Paul go down, the worst Paul next to Paul Ryan. He looked genuinely distressed there.

Angela Hill as herself in “Naruto”

Speaking of black nerds and anime, someone did this sweet edit to Israel Adesanya’s fight. Check out the Last Stylebender in digital comic form:


Random Land

All hail the Flayed Lord

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Owen Roddy Leaves SBG Ireland To Focus On His Own Gym

After 15 years, Straight Blast Gym Ireland Coach Owen Roddy is leaving the team.
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Former Champ Eddie Alvarez Leaves UFC for ONE Championships

Former champ Eddie Alvarez is a UFC fighter no more.

After four years and eight fights in the Octagon, Alvarez entered free agency after his last fight (a TKO loss to Dustin Poirier), and has just signed with Asian promotion ONE Championship.

If you’ll recall, Alvarez used to fight in Japan back in the day. He then jumped to Bellator and became a champ there before going to the UFC.

ONE is considered the best Asian-based promotion out there, and they regularly hold events in countries the UFC has never been able to break into (like Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand – they even have an event scheduled for Myanmar (whose government would probably arrest and execute half the MMA media outright).

It’s a safe bet that Alvarez is getting paid a healthy sum for this move.

Here’s the official announcement:

The post Former Champ Eddie Alvarez Leaves UFC for ONE Championships appeared first on Caged Insider.

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Former Champ Eddie Alvarez Leaves UFC for ONE Championships

Former champ Eddie Alvarez is a UFC fighter no more.

After four years and eight fights in the Octagon, Alvarez entered free agency after his last fight (a TKO loss to Dustin Poirier), and has just signed with Asian promotion ONE Championship.

If you’ll recall, Alvarez used to fight in Japan back in the day. He then jumped to Bellator and became a champ there before going to the UFC.

ONE is considered the best Asian-based promotion out there, and they regularly hold events in countries the UFC has never been able to break into (like Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand – they even have an event scheduled for Myanmar (whose government would probably arrest and execute half the MMA media outright).

It’s a safe bet that Alvarez is getting paid a healthy sum for this move.

Here’s the official announcement:

The post Former Champ Eddie Alvarez Leaves UFC for ONE Championships appeared first on Caged Insider.

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Former Champ Eddie Alvarez Leaves UFC for ONE Championships

Former champ Eddie Alvarez is a UFC fighter no more.

After four years and eight fights in the Octagon, Alvarez entered free agency after his last fight (a TKO loss to Dustin Poirier), and has just signed with Asian promotion ONE Championship.

If you’ll recall, Alvarez used to fight in Japan back in the day. He then jumped to Bellator and became a champ there before going to the UFC.

ONE is considered the best Asian-based promotion out there, and they regularly hold events in countries the UFC has never been able to break into (like Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand – they even have an event scheduled for Myanmar (whose government would probably arrest and execute half the MMA media outright).

It’s a safe bet that Alvarez is getting paid a healthy sum for this move.

Here’s the official announcement:

The post Former Champ Eddie Alvarez Leaves UFC for ONE Championships appeared first on Caged Insider.

Caged Insider

Former Champ Eddie Alvarez Leaves UFC for ONE Championships

Former champ Eddie Alvarez is a UFC fighter no more.

After four years and eight fights in the Octagon, Alvarez entered free agency after his last fight (a TKO loss to Dustin Poirier), and has just signed with Asian promotion ONE Championship.

If you’ll recall, Alvarez used to fight in Japan back in the day. He then jumped to Bellator and became a champ there before going to the UFC.

ONE is considered the best Asian-based promotion out there, and they regularly hold events in countries the UFC has never been able to break into (like Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand – they even have an event scheduled for Myanmar (whose government would probably arrest and execute half the MMA media outright).

It’s a safe bet that Alvarez is getting paid a healthy sum for this move.

Here’s the official announcement:

The post Former Champ Eddie Alvarez Leaves UFC for ONE Championships appeared first on Caged Insider.

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Bellator 207’s Kimbel Leaves Rowdy Youth Behind

Bellator 207: “Mitrione vs. Bader” takes place this Friday night (Oct. 12, 2018) at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., featuring a semifinal match in the promotion’s Heavyweight Grand Prix between reigning Light Heavyweight champion, Ryan Bader (25-5), taking on Matt Mitrione (13-5) in the Paramount Network-televised main event.

Earlier in the night two up-and-coming Bantamweight hopefuls — Mike Kimbel (1-0) and Alex Potts (1-0) — will be on the hunt for the second win of their professional mixed martial arts (MMA) careers. However, only one of them has so far been given a “blue chip” designation by the Bellator MMA — Kimbel got the promotional push by performing a powerbomb on Bellator 194’s “Prelims” undercard and then pounding out the hapless Geoffrey Then with heavy hammerfists. The powerful performance was so impressive that Bellator immediately offered Kimbel a multi-fight deal.

That victory may have caught a few people by surprise because Kimbel was just 1-2 as an amateur, but he’ll have the chance to prove it wasn’t a fluke at the expense of Potts, who like his opponent earned a return date by winning his promotional debut. It’s early in both of their respective careers, but “somebody’s OH has got to go.”

MMAmania.com recently chatted with Kimbel about the attention he’s received since his professional debut, and how he’s coming to grips with people wanting to know so much about him.

“Well, I’m glad there’s not too much on the Internet about me! I mean yeah, I have a family and things like that, brothers and sisters and stuff, but you know the world doesn’t need to know everything, you know?”

His desire to separate his personal and professional life is understandable, but the personal details are often what connect fight fans to the fighters they like most. Once I asked Kimbel the reason (s) he got into the sport he started to open up a little more.

“I got into mixed martial arts because I kept getting in trouble for fighting. My mom finally had enough of it, and thought she was putting me into a Kung Fu or like a karate type of school, but it ended up being a mixed martial arts gym. Yeah, I loved to fight, I always had something in me that was drawn to combat.”

Jim Brown once famously opined that, “fighting isn’t what we thought it was” and that was a lesson young Kimbel learned once he started to go one on one with true professionals.

“I was getting taken down and they were doing all these moves that I saw Georges St-Pierre doing and Chuck Liddell, how he was doing the kickboxing stuff, I just fell in love with it and I haven’t looked back.”

From that point Kimbel wanted to excel in the sport and live out the dream of becoming a world class athlete. School yard fights had become a thing of the past.

“I always had a feeling inside of me like I wanted to be bigger than myself. I wanted something greater than myself. I would get these rushes, like tingles, butterflies through me just randomly thinking about greatness.”

Like so many other young men who turned to martial arts for discipline and guidance, Kimbel credits it for saving his life and putting him on the right path.

“I’m pretty sure if I wasn’t fighting, I don’t know where I would be. Hopefully I would be in the military serving my country, in special operations or something like that. I don’t know. I went into the gym, I figured, ‘Okay. I can do this, I can be good at this, I can be great at this’ and I just kept showing up every day. Here I am, 21 years old, doing it.”

And as evidenced by his performance at Bellator 194, he’s doing it in a really big way.

I asked Kimbel what surprised him more — seeing his pro debut being shared all over social media, or getting a multi-fight deal from Bellator immediately after his win.

“I was actually very surprised at the six-fight deal. Every fight I’ve had, every finish I’ve had its always been, ‘Wow! I didn’t expect it to be like that. Did you see what Mike just did?’ So it’s just the fact that a worldwide platform had caught eyes of it, you know what I mean? I wasn’t surprised that it went viral, because I knew the world would be watching. The world had seen many great great athletes and many great great mixed martial artists, and I know every time I step in there, everything I do is going to be, ‘Wow! Look at this kid!’ So I wasn’t surprised at that, but I was very surprised and I was grateful for the six fight opportunity. It’s a blessing. I’m grateful to be a part of this organization. I mean, that doesn’t happen! You don’t make your professional debut for the top organization in the world and then get signed.”

MMA promotions aren’t ranked like fighters so we can’t say who is (or isn’t) on top, but we can say that Mike Kimbel wants to get on top of Potts and dominate him at Bellator 207.

“Yeah, Alex Potts, the match-up for me … I’m ready for ALL of him. I’m ready for wrestlers, I’m ready for strikers, I’m ready for jiu-jitsu artists. I’m in the gym every day with no ego, constantly trying to learn something, constantly trying to apply something. I’m ready for him.”

If you weren’t already tempted to compare him to another young Bellator prospect, Kimbel just wants you to know this: He won’t fight scrubs and only tough opponents get love.

“I’ve seen (Potts) fight. He’s well rounded. Not for nothing, I might be the only fighter in the organization on the early come up who’s not fighting bums. I’ve never fought a bum in my life. Geoffrey Then had never been finished, and he was actually 1-1, I don’t know why they said he was 0-1, and he only lost in (Bellator) by a decision. I never fought a bum in my life and I’m not gonna start. Alex Potts is another good competitor, he comes to fight, he’s a natural wrestler but he likes to strike — he’s just an overall good fighter.”

Now at last you can say you know who Mike Kimbel is and why you want to see him fight at Bellator 207. He has that unique dichotomy of being both humble and cocky, exuding the aura of a star in the making. Let’s see if that star shines on Friday night.

Complete audio of our interview is embedded above, and complete coverage of “Mitrione vs. Bader” resides here at MMA Mania all week long.

To check out the latest Bellator MMA-related news and notes be sure to hit up our comprehensive news archive right here.

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Midnight Mania! Man attends MMA event as a fan, leaves with title belt and fiancee

Bringing you the weird and wild from the world of MMA each and every weeknight

Welcome to Midnight Mania!

It’s what practically every MMA fan has wished at one point in their life- that they were the one getting their hand raised in the cage, a shiny new belt around their waist. Luis Felipe Alvim, who had never competed in MMA, had that wish come true in the Brazilian promotion Juiz de Fora Fight; stepping in on less than an hour’s notice, he is now their professional welterweight champion. As if the night could get any better, he proposed to his girlfriend. (She said yes)

The story, as reported by Guilherme Cruz of MMAFighting.com, is a wild one. Alvim and his girlfriend had baked a pan of brownies to sell outside the hotel where the fights were being held, so they could afford tickets. When they arrived at the venue, no one was buying their brownies. Because MMA is life, they decided to spend some money they had been saving for bills, and bought tickets anyway.

Now, Luis Felipe Alvim had never fought a professional MMA bout, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t have any martial arts training. He is a Muay Thai black belt, and a blue belt in jiu-jitsu, with 16 Muay Thai bouts and tournament experience in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He had some friends scheduled to compete that night, so he visited his coach, UFC lightweight Felipe Silva, backstage. That’s when he found out someone had pulled out from a welterweight title fight. He let his coach know he was ready to step in.

“I told Felipe Silva I’d fight, that I’d put on a show, but a new fight was already booked,” Alvim told MMA Fighting. “Forty minutes before the main event, this guy chickened out and they offered me the fight again.”

So, forty minutes ahead of the fight, young Alvim stepped up in front of 1,500 fans.

Initially, the fight didn’t go well. He got taken down and his opponent, Carlos Eduardo Rufino, began landing heavy ground and pound. They weren’t tame shots either; Alvim was taking a hellacious beating.

“He took me down and landed some heavy shots, and I though ‘oh sh*t, what the f*ck am I doing here?’” Alvim said. “When I locked the triangle I thought to myself, ‘sh*t, I’ll catch him.’ I asked God ‘please, don’t let this round end,’ and he tapped.”

The young hero of the hour wasn’t about to let the moment go. He proposed to his girlfriend on the spot. How was she going to say no to that?

Alvim said he took his inspiration from the Greek hero Achilles, as depicted in the movie Troy.

“I showed my girlfriend — my fiancee now [laughs] — the trailer of the movie Troy yesterday,” he said, “in which this kid tells Achilles he’d never fight a giant like Achilles was about to do, and Achilles says ‘that’s why your name won’t be remembered.’ That stuck in my mind.”


Insomnia

Tony Ferguson posted this. That’s all I have to say about it.

That is an awesome poster

It makes so much sense that Tito Ortiz would make his acting debut in “Madea Halloween”. Not only that… but he got the hashtag wrong.

I had never seen this version of the logo before.

This is a great skit; AJ and I discussed it on our podcast below. Maybe Nick was trying to get away from his “wife”…

Rico Verhoeven, who became the latest in a long line to knock out Bigfoot Silva this past weekend, sparring with a Wing Chun expert.

Owned.

Holistic recovery in preparation for a holistic beatdown.

Who, I wonder, is CM Punk fighting?


Slips, Rips, and KO Clips

This guy is must see TV

RIZIN!

Look at the timing on this shot

Eyes wide shut

Armbar win


Podcasts and Video

Check out episode 2 of my podcast, the MMA Outsiders. Today, AJ and I interviewed Glory reporter Whitney Miller on life, her own foray into boxing, and what “raising the consciousness of the world” means to her. The audio quality on the call is… a bit lacking… but we will do better with that moving forward.

The MMA Hour

The Monday Morning Analyst

The CME podcast

Carlos Condit’s new podcast


Good Reads and Quick Hits


Stay woke, Maniacs!

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Midnight Mania! Man attends MMA event as a fan, leaves with title belt and fiancee

Bringing you the weird and wild from the world of MMA each and every weeknight

Welcome to Midnight Mania!

It’s what practically every MMA fan has wished at one point in their life- that they were the one getting their hand raised in the cage, a shiny new belt around their waist. Luis Felipe Alvim, who had never competed in MMA, had that wish come true in the Brazilian promotion Juiz de Fora Fight; stepping in on less than an hour’s notice, he is now their professional welterweight champion. As if the night could get any better, he proposed to his girlfriend. (She said yes)

The story, as reported by Guilherme Cruz of MMAFighting.com, is a wild one. Alvim and his girlfriend had baked a pan of brownies to sell outside the hotel where the fights were being held, so they could afford tickets. When they arrived at the venue, no one was buying their brownies. Because MMA is life, they decided to spend some money they had been saving for bills, and bought tickets anyway.

Now, Luis Felipe Alvim had never fought a professional MMA bout, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t have any martial arts training. He is a Muay Thai black belt, and a blue belt in jiu-jitsu, with 16 Muay Thai bouts and tournament experience in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He had some friends scheduled to compete that night, so he visited his coach, UFC lightweight Felipe Silva, backstage. That’s when he found out someone had pulled out from a welterweight title fight. He let his coach know he was ready to step in.

“I told Felipe Silva I’d fight, that I’d put on a show, but a new fight was already booked,” Alvim told MMA Fighting. “Forty minutes before the main event, this guy chickened out and they offered me the fight again.”

So, forty minutes ahead of the fight, young Alvim stepped up in front of 1,500 fans.

Initially, the fight didn’t go well. He got taken down and his opponent, Carlos Eduardo Rufino, began landing heavy ground and pound. They weren’t tame shots either; Alvim was taking a hellacious beating.

“He took me down and landed some heavy shots, and I though ‘oh sh*t, what the f*ck am I doing here?’” Alvim said. “When I locked the triangle I thought to myself, ‘sh*t, I’ll catch him.’ I asked God ‘please, don’t let this round end,’ and he tapped.”

The young hero of the hour wasn’t about to let the moment go. He proposed to his girlfriend on the spot. How was she going to say no to that?

Alvim said he took his inspiration from the Greek hero Achilles, as depicted in the movie Troy.

“I showed my girlfriend — my fiancee now [laughs] — the trailer of the movie Troy yesterday,” he said, “in which this kid tells Achilles he’d never fight a giant like Achilles was about to do, and Achilles says ‘that’s why your name won’t be remembered.’ That stuck in my mind.”


Insomnia

Tony Ferguson posted this. That’s all I have to say about it.

That is an awesome poster

It makes so much sense that Tito Ortiz would make his acting debut in “Madea Halloween”. Not only that… but he got the hashtag wrong.

I had never seen this version of the logo before.

This is a great skit; AJ and I discussed it on our podcast below. Maybe Nick was trying to get away from his “wife”…

Rico Verhoeven, who became the latest in a long line to knock out Bigfoot Silva this past weekend, sparring with a Wing Chun expert.

Owned.

Holistic recovery in preparation for a holistic beatdown.

Who, I wonder, is CM Punk fighting?


Slips, Rips, and KO Clips

This guy is must see TV

RIZIN!

Look at the timing on this shot

Eyes wide shut

Armbar win


Podcasts and Video

Check out episode 2 of my podcast, the MMA Outsiders. Today, AJ and I interviewed Glory reporter Whitney Miller on life, her own foray into boxing, and what “raising the consciousness of the world” means to her. The audio quality on the call is… a bit lacking… but we will do better with that moving forward.

The MMA Hour

The Monday Morning Analyst

The CME podcast

Carlos Condit’s new podcast


Good Reads and Quick Hits


Stay woke, Maniacs!

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Midnight Mania! Malignaggi leaves Team McGregor after unflattering sparring photos posted

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Welcome to Midnight Mania!

The Malignaggi-McGregor saga ended today; Malignaggi issued the following statement to his social media. He wants everyone to know he won’t “give away anything tactical that I saw in 2 sparring sessions with Conor” and he wishes McGregor and his team the best. He did hint that after the fight, we might hear more details on his grievances.

His grievances doubtless include the photos of McGregor landing on him that have made their way onto social media through various channels. Malignaggi had gone on social media earlier in the evening to demand the UFC release the unedited sparring footage from their 12-round session yesterday

That, obviously, is not happening, and Malignaggi knows this.

He pivoted pretty quickly from ‘it was back and forth, he came on strong at the end’ to “I actually beat his ass”. Which was it?

One particular photo Malignaggi did get out ahead of, saying there was a pushdown, but no knockdowns in their second, 12-round sparring session. Perhaps it was a pushdown. But a picture of Malignaggi on his back with McGregor standing up exists.

A+ meme work here

Malignaggi has been relishing the attention that came with being a sparring partner for McGregor and to be involved in the Irishman’s training camp; however, this is something he should have probably foreseen. McGregor was posting pics of himself connecting on his other training partners earlier in camp. Another professional boxer he sparred, Chris Van Heerden, was savvy enough to record his own video of the sparring session; a year after McGregor posted a video showing exchanges he got the better of, Van Heerden posted his own clip showing moments more favorable to him. In other words, this is nothing new from McGregor. McGregor’s goal is to convince people that somehow, he has a shot against 49-0 Floyd Mayweather. As it turns out, that means Malignaggi has become collateral damage on the promotional path.


Insomnia

“I called you my brother”

The real reason Jon Jones won’t rematch the GOAT Matt Hamill

Wladimir Klitschko retired today, meaning that rematch with Anthony Joshua is off the table. Klitschko was the greatest heavyweight of the past decade.

Here is his official statement:

Klitschko tributes:

Werdum being weird


Quick Hits


Podcasts and Video

Sergio Pettis’ diverse jab setups by Andrew Richardson

Flyin Brian J picks the main event between Pettis and Moreno.

The MMA Ratings Podcast, talking Tyron Woodley’s win, the contender series on Tuesday night, and Pettis vs. Moreno

Discussion on when, where, and if Jones vs Lesnar will happen

UFC 214 Post-Mortem by Tommy Toehold

A look at the training camp of an actual professional boxing great, Vasyl Lomachenko


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