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Watch Now: Bellator 208 Post-Fight Press Conference Video

The action from Bellator 208 may be over but there’s still more to come for those who want to hear from all the athletes that competed from the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. The official Bellator press conference is set to feature Heavyweight Grand Prix finalist Fedor Emelianenko and his vanquished opponent, Chael Sonnen. Scott Coker is also in attendance to share highlights from the event.

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How To Watch ‘Santos Vs. Anders’ Tonight!

It all goes down later tonight (Sat., Sept. 22, 2018) at UFC Fight Night 137 live on FOX Sports 1 from inside Ibirapuera Gymnasium in Sao Paulo, Brazil, when middleweight knockout artists Thiago Santos and Eryk Anders collide in the main event.

In addition to the 185-pound headliner, Brazilian legend Antonio Rogerio Nogueira will make his Octagon return against the heavy-handed Sam Alvey, welterweight prospect Carlo Pedersoli Jr. will take a huge step up in competition when he takes on “Cowboy” Alex Oliveira, former UFC bantamweight champion Renan Barao will try to get past Octagon newcomer Andre Ewell, and women’s strawweight veteran Randa Markos will lock horns with undefeated Brazilian finisher Marina Rodriguez.

Check out below to find out when and where to watch UFC Fight Night 137 in its entirety.

FIGHT PASS “Prelims” 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT

Online Airings

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

Cable/Satellite Airings

Central/South America

Brazil – Combate

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

FOX Sports 2 “Prelims” 8:30 p.m. ET / 5:30 p.m. PT

Online Airings

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

fuboTV live stream & DVR: Available Worldwide

Cable/Satellite Airings

* North America *

US – FOX Sports 2

US – FOX Deportes

Canada – Fight network

Canada – RDS 2

* Central/South America*

Brazil – Combate

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

* Pacific Rim *

Australia – FOX Sport 2

New Zealand – Sky Sport Pop-Up 3

* Europe/Middle East/Africa *

U.K. / Northern Ireland – BT Sport 2

Algeria – Abu Dhabi Sports

Armenia – Setanta Sports

Azerbaijan – Setanta Sports

Bahrain – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Belarus – Setanta Sports

Chad – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Comoros Islands – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Djibouti – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Egypt – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Georgia – Setanta Sports

Iraq – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Jordan – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kazakhstan – Setanta Sports

Kuwait – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kyrgyzstan – Setanta Sports

Lebanon – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Moldova – Setanta Sports

Mauritania – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Morocco – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Oman – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Palestine – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Qatar – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Saudi Arabia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Tajikistan – Setanta Sports

Turkmenistan – Setanta Sports

Tunisia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

U.A.E. – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports

Yemen – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

FOX Sports 1 Main Card 10:30 p.m. ET / 7:30 p.m. PT

Online Airings

FIGHT PASS on UFC.tv: Available Worldwide

fuboTV live stream & DVR: Available Worldwide

Cable/Satellite Airings

* North America *

US – FOX Sports 1

US – FOX Deportes

Canada – TSN 5

Canada – RDS 2

* Central/South America *

Brazil – Combate

Brazil- SporTV

Mexico – UFC Network

Argentina – UFC Network

Bolivia – UFC Network

Chile – UFC Network

Colombia – UFC Network

Costa Rica – UFC Network

Ecuador – UFC Network

El Salvador – UFC Network

Honduras – UFC Network

Nicaragua – UFC Network

Panama – UFC Network

Paraguay – UFC Network

Peru – UFC Network

Rep. Dominicana – UFC Network

Uruguay – UFC Network

Venezuela – UFC Network

* Pacific Rim *

Australia – FOX Sports 2

New Zealand – Sky Sports 1

Brunei – FOX Networks Group

Cambodia – Hang Meas (Delayed)

Cambodia – FOX Network Group

China – STAR Sports (FOX Networks Group)

China – BesTV

China – Guangdong TV Sports

China – PPTV

Hong Kong – FOX Networks Group

India – Sony ESPN SD

Indonesia – MNC

Indonesia – I-News (Delayed)

Indonesia – FOX Networks Group

Japan – FOX Sports Japan

Macau – FOX Networks Group

Malaysia – FOX Networks Group

Micronesia – FOX Networks Group

Mongolia – FOX Networks Group

Myanmar – FOX Networks Group

Palau – FOX Networks Group

Papau New Guinea – FOX Networks Group

Philippines – Hyper TV

Philippines – TV 5 (Delayed)

Singapore – FOX Networks Group

South Korea – Superaction

South Korea – SpoTV

Thailland – FOX Networks Group

Vietnam – FOX Networks Group

* Europe/Middle East/Africa *

U.K. / Northern Ireland – BT Sport 2

Algeria – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Angola – FOX Sports Africa

Armenia – Setanta Sports

Azerbaijan – Setanta Sports

Bahrain – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Belarus – Setanta Sports

Belgium – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Benin – FOX Sports Africa

Botswana – FOX Sports Africa

Burkina Faso – FOX Sports Africa

Burundi – FOX Sports Africa

Cameroon – FOX Sports Africa

Cape Verde – FOX Sports Africa

Central African Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – FOX Sports Africa

Chad – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Comoros – FOX Sports Africa

Comoros Islands – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Congo Democratic Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Congo Republic – FOX Sports Africa

Cote d’Ivoire – FOX Sports Africa

Croatia – Fight Channel

Czech Republic & Slovakia – Nova Sport (Delayed)

Denmark – TV3+, TV3 Sport1, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Djibouti – FOX Sports Africa

Djibouti – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Egypt – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Equatorial Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Eritrea – FOX Sports Africa

Ethiopia – FOX Sports Africa

France – Kombat Sport (Near Live)

Finland – Viasat Sport and VIAPLAY

Gabon – FOX Sports Africa

Gambia – FOX Sports Africa

Georgia – Setanta Sports

Germany – MAXDOME/PS71

Ghana – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea – FOX Sports Africa

Guinea Bissau – FOX Sports Africa

Iceland – 365 Media

Iraq – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Israel – Sport 5

Italy – FOX Sports Italy

Jordan – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kazakhstan – Setanta Sports

Kenya – FOX Sports Africa

Kuwait – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Kyrgyzstan – Setanta Sports

Lebanon – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Lesotho – FOX Sports Africa

Liberia – FOX Sports Africa

Luxembourg – Kombat Sport Near

Madagascar – FOX Sports Africa

Malawi – FOX Sports Africa

Mali – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – FOX Sports Africa

Mauritania – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mauritius – FOX Sports Africa

Mayotte – FOX Sports Africa

Moldova – Setanta Sports

Morocco – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Mozambique – FOX Sports Africa

Namibia – FOX Sports Africa

Netherlands – FOX Sports Netherlands

Niger – FOX Sports Africa

Nigeria – FOX Sports Africa

Norway – CMore

Oman – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Palestine – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Poland – Extreme TV

Portugal – Benfica TV

Qatar – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Reunion – FOX Sports Africa

Russia – NTVplus / Match TV

Rwanda – FOX Sports Africa

San Marino – FOX Sports Italy

Sao Tome & Principe – FOX Sports Africa

Saudi Arabia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Senegal – FOX Sports Africa

Seychelles – FOX Sports Africa

Sierra Leone – FOX Sports Africa

Somalia – FOX Sports Africa

South Africa – FOX Sports Africa

South Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

St Helena – FOX Sports Africa

Sudan – FOX Sports Africa

Swaziland – FOX Sports Africa

Sweden – TV3, TV10, Viasat Sport & VIAPLAY

Tajikistan S- etanta Sports

Tanzania – FOX Sports Africa

Togo – FOX Sports Africa Live

Tunisia – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Turkmenistan – Setanta Sports

U.A.E. – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Uganda – FOX Sports Africa

Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports

Vatican City – FOX Sports Italy

Western Sahara – FOX Sports Africa

Yemen – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

Zambia – FOX Sports Africa

Zimbabwe – FOX Sports Africa

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MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 137 fight card, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” undercard bouts at 6:30 p.m. ET, followed by the FOX Sports 2 “Prelims” undercard fights at 8:30 p.m. ET, before the main card start time at 10:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1.

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Watch Darren Till’s UFC 228 video blog, ‘Un-Till The Belt’

Missing the UFC’s fight week vlog? Why not try ‘Un-Till The Belt’ instead.

Remember UFC fight week blogs? Yeah, those were the days. But while the promotion may have stopped doing them, we’ve seen an uptick of fighters documenting their fight week instead. Darren Till is the latest one to put together a video series, entitled Un-Till The Belt, for his UFC 228 title shot against Tyron Woodley.

Episode one focuses on the month leading up to the fight and showed Till hanging out with other rising UFC stars: Israel Adesanya, Mike Perry, and James Vick.

Episode two follows Till and his team to Las Vegas where they’re working at the UFC Performance Institute to prepare for Tyron Woodley.

For those worried about his weight, there’s even a segment with Darren’s nutritionist. Based on the fridge full of cauliflower we saw, he won’t fail over a tiramisu incident at least.

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Watch Darren Till’s UFC 228 video blog, ‘Un-Till The Belt’

Missing the UFC’s fight week vlog? Why not try ‘Un-Till The Belt’ instead.

Remember UFC fight week blogs? Yeah, those were the days. But while the promotion may have stopped doing them, we’ve seen an uptick of fighters documenting their fight week instead. Darren Till is the latest one to put together a video series, entitled Un-Till The Belt, for his UFC 228 title shot against Tyron Woodley.

Episode one focuses on the month leading up to the fight and showed Till hanging out with other rising UFC stars: Israel Adesanya, Mike Perry, and James Vick.

Episode two follows Till and his team to Las Vegas where they’re working at the UFC Performance Institute to prepare for Tyron Woodley.

For those worried about his weight, there’s even a segment with Darren’s nutritionist. Based on the fridge full of cauliflower we saw, he won’t fail over a tiramisu incident at least.

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Bare Knuckle FC 2 Complete Guide! How To Watch, Who Is Fighting & More!

The second Bare Knuckle FC event will unfold later this evening (Sat., Aug. 25, 2018) live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi.

Remember, Bare Knuckle FC made its inaugural debut this past June in what was the first sanctioned bare knuckle fight in the United States since 1889. It was a smashing success, both in action and on paper, and the newly-minted combat promotion is rolling it back for another bloody event this evening as they go up against UFC Fight Night 135 on FOX Sports 1.

In effort to prepare fight fans for the impending chaos, we’ve compiled all the necessary information for Bare Knuckle FC 2, including how to watch the action from the comfort of your own home, who is fighting on the card, and all the intangibles that go into a bare-knuckle beatdown.

Enjoy!

Who Is Fighting?

Former UFC women’s flyweight/strawweight contender Bec Rawlings is back in the driver’s seat tonight as she takes on Britain Hart for the inaugural Bare Knuckle FC diamond belt. Rawlings, who parted ways with UFC last year following a four-fight losing streak, defeated Alma Garcia via TKO this past June in her Bare Knuckle FC debut. Rawlings will try to live up to her “Queen of Bare Knuckle” moniker and take out Hart, a 28-year-old professional boxer, this evening on PPV.

In addition to the women’s main event, former UFC veteran Chris Lytle will come out of retirement to take on MMA journeyman Drew Lipton, “Krazy Horse” Charles Bennett will lock horns with 24-year-old lightweight prospect Michael McDonald, and UFC veteran Kendall Grove will make his bare knuckle debut against Bruce Abramski.

The complete fight card is as follows:

Bec Rawlings vs. Britain Hart
Sam Shewmaker vs. Maurice Jackson
Arnold Adams vs. Joey Beltran
Kendall Grove vs. Bruce Abramski
Drew Lipton vs. Chris Lytle
Michael McDonald vs. Charles Bennett
Tony Lopez vs. Jimmy Jennett
Robert Morrow vs. Michael Bissett
Jamie Campbell vs. Dale Sopi
Reggie Barnatt vs. James Clayton Burns
Diego Garijo vs. Tom Shoaff
Harris Stephenson vs. Jorge Gonzalez
Christine Ferea vs. Maria Andraverde
Michael Bissett vs. Robert Morrow
Marcel Stamps vs. Brandon Martin

How to watch PPV

When: Saturday, August 25, 2018, starting at 8:00 p.m. ET

Price: $ 29.99

TV Options:

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Watch Ronda Rousey Win A WWE Belt At Summerslam

Rousey becomes just the third person in history to hold both a WWE and UFC title.

Much like her early matches in MMA, Ronda Rousey just tore through her opposition quick to take a championship belt. This time it was the WWE’s RAW Women’s Championship title, which she took off Alexa Bliss in a five minute squash match that ended with (what else?) an armbar.

The whole affair was a bit anti-climactic. Bliss offered no real offense and took three or four bumps before Rousey mangled her arm and forced a tap. The ending had shades of Rousey’s first fight against Miesha Tate, where Ronda snapped Miesha’s arm backwards. We’ll have to get back to you on the time, but I think the celebration actually lasted longer than the match itself.

With the victory, Ronda Rousey joins Ken Shamrock and Brock Lesnar as they only athletes to win titles in both the WWE and UFC.

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One-Punch Man? Watch Jones Flaunt New KO Power (Video)

Dread it, run from it, destiny still arrives.

Remember last week when longtime striking coach Brandon Gibson was telling the MMA media how Jon Jones was developing one-punch knockout power and we all LOL’d and were like, “Okay Mr. Grape Buster.”

Well, looks like Gibson may have been right.

The former UFC light heavyweight champion appears to be gearing up (no pun intended) for his Octagon return and during his time away from cage fighting, “Bones” has been working on his knockout power.

Just listen to those pads:

Yikes.

Jones is currently suspended for flunking his UFC 214 drug test back in July 2017. His license to compete was also pulled in California and “Bones” would need to rectify that before getting cleared by any other stateside commission.

That said, the Jones camp expects a 2018 return and there is currently an open slot in the UFC 230 pay-per-view (PPV) main event for the promotion’s November return at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Which is when this light heavyweight should be ready to compete.

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Midnight Mania! Watch Kid Take Off Own Legs, Win Street Fight

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It’s weird. It’s wild. It involves MMA. UFC heavyweight Derrick Lewis shared the video tale of this handicapped kid taking off his prosthetic legs- both of them- and somehow still winning the fight. While his opponent in the black shirt doesn’t seem to exactly be a very skilled fighter, it is still an amazing feat, the handicapped boy showing off impressive head movement, courage, and fighting knowledge to close distance and land schooled ground-and-pound.

Here’s a slightly longer version, because you are going to want to watch that again.

There are handicapped people who have had a lot of success in MMA, including congenital amputee Nick Newell, who fights with only one arm. Matt Hamill, who was deaf, had a very successful UFC career. Still, seeing someone win a fight with no legs is an extraordinary sight.


Insomnia

By far the saddest story today was that Andrea Lee’s husband, Donny Aaron, a real piece of work, has been (allegedly) beating her. He has warrants pending; hopefully Andrea is able to extricate herself and her child safely from this abusive situation. Donny Aaron is the same guy who refused to get his multiple Nazi tattoos covered after they surfaced on social media earlier this year. He defended the symbols as prison tattoos; Aaron spent five years in prison for negligent homicide, after he shot and killed an unarmed black man outside his home. This isn’t his first case of domestic abuse, either.

There was naturally a lot of anger in the MMA community following the story.

This is badass.

Boat party with fighting? Sounds like a fun cruise, except maybe for the losing fighters.

This is a great concept: The Batman slap meme, but Nate Diaz doing the slapping.

Thiago Santos got turned down in his bid to jump to light heavyweight to fight Jimi Manuwa.

Grappling wizard Garry Tonon says transitioning to MMA can be an uncomfortable journey

Jon Jones working on his one shot one kill power

Just because there isn’t UFC this weekend doesn’t mean there aren’t combat sports happening

McGregor was in the mood to write today and explained what he loved about Mexican gloves, Mexicans, the Irish, and tasty four-ounce gloves.


Random Land

Speaking of long screeds on Mexico, Joe Rohde, Disney imagineer, tells a good tale of the background of the Aztec-Spanish conflict.

Episode One. The Conquest of Mexico. An IG straight talk History Mini-Serious-Series. Most conquistadors come from a part of Spain that was so nasty they’re like: “We GOTTA to get out of here! ANYTHING is better than this!” Plus, “We hate each other, too, so we’re really competitive. And we spent about 800 years in a perpetual state of war fighting Muslims, so we’re kind of knee-jerk reactionary types and pretty violent.” Most colonial expeditions were like, venture capital investments, see? With a business license from the government. Not so much like the Marines…more like Blackwater. (Academi, now, ..if you’re checking.) So, Cortes is like a entrepreneurial civil servant mercenary soldier. His plan isn’t to wreck the Aztec Empire, just to get the Emperor Montezuma to sign a contract with his Emperor Charles V….so Mexico would be a subsidiary of the Hapsburg Empire, kinda like Instagram and Facebook, and Cortez would be, like the head of Instagram. But his whole plan is all illegal anyway because he doesn’t have a license. So he just kind of improvises the whole thing. The Aztecs are newbies. Really we should call them Mexica, but everybody knows Aztec… So…The Aztecs just show up one day about 150 years back and all these super-ancient civilizations are like “Eeeew! You guys suck. Go live on that crappy island.” Big mistake. The Aztecs turn out to be badass as hell. Their war god is a hummingbird. Hummingbirds are badass. Ask an ornithologist. Pretty soon they conquer almost everybody. In really mean ways, too. Plus, they are reeeeeally into the human sacrifice thing…Industrial Scale. Even the locals are like “Geez!! We get it already!” They turn their little island into a huge beautiful floating city in the middle of the lake, connected by aqueducts and a long bridge. Most of their rulers are more or less generals. But as luck would have it, Montezuma is kind of introverted, you know? The kinda guy who doesn’t like to shake hands? Then one day…a cliffhanger!

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Midnight Mania! Watch Darren Till Claim ‘Worst Dad Ever’ Title

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Darren Till, who fights Tyron Woodley for the UFC welterweight championship in the headliner of UFC 228 on September 8, said with apparent sincerity that he doesn’t care about his family or daughter. His daughter, who lives in Brazil, hasn’t seen him in a year, his current girlfriend is seven months pregnant. Darren Till says he doesn’t care, he just cares about getting the belt and being the greatest.

Transcript via MiddleEasy.com:

“I’ve got a girlfriend who’s nearly seven months pregnant. I don’t really care. I’ve got a daughter in Brazil right now who I haven’t seen for one year. I don’t really care. I just care about legacy and greatness. That’s what I’m in this for.”

There is a certain level of selfishness that just comes with the territory for elite fighters and athletes, but this goes beyond that. Till, if we can take his comments seriously, doesn’t see his family as motivation and a source of stability the way other fighters do. Everyone from Cody Garbrandt to TJ Dillashaw to Daniel Cormier to Robert Whittaker… hell, even Jon Jones is proud of his family and kids. He doesn’t consider them at all. I can’t think of any other fighter who would openly admit to being that bad of a father. At 25, Darren Till is well on his way towards being the greatest… the greatest deadbeat dad in the sport of MMA.


Insomnia

Marlon Moraes calls his shot

Zlatan called it

Dillashaw memes were dominating the MMA interwebs

l King Snake win the big W!

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video by @mojahedfudailat

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Nate Diaz found a two-handed sword somewhere

Warlord 209

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Chris Pratt really enjoys MMA

This must be an amazing feeling for Marlon Vera, though it also seems like he shouldn’t have to literally fight for the chance to get his daughter healthcare.

Brett Johns lost but he wouldn’t change a thing.

This is a good callout- Islam Makhachev vs. Alex Hernandez for prince of the grinders at 155.

Rumors are flying that Claudia Gadelha and Brian Ortega are an item.

A lot BJJ in this pic. #ufc227 #teamcg

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Nate Diaz and Rafael Dos Anjos went back and forth over the weekend.

Mike Perry is stoked for his fight with Donald Cerrone

Now that Khabib and McGregor are booked, look at this picture of Khabib utterly unimpressed in the crowd after UFC 194.

Great poster for a great event

A lot of faceoffs went down this weekend at the big 25-year anniversary press conference

#UFC #228

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Colby Covington got his mug on the front page of CNN

Truth

Joe Rogan had some pretty good thoughts on redeeming people from hate cults like the Westboro Baptist church, who are protesting him.


Slips, Rips, and KO Clips

Nice combination

I remember this fearsome knockout by Koreshkov

Defense


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Random Land

This looks fun

Creepy

This video went viral, then the narrator got fired


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Free Fight! Watch Alvarez Wreck Dos Anjos, Capture Crown

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight champion, Eddie Alvarez, is slowly marching his way back to the 155-pound title, currently held by undefeated kingpin Khabib Nurmagomedov.

The next step in his quest to reclaim gold is what may be a title eliminator bout against streaking contender Dustin Poirier, a rematch that takes place in the UFC on FOX 30 main event this Saturday night (July 28, 2018) in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Before we get to this weekend’s grudge match, the promotion wants to show you, the fickle fight fan, what kind of damage “The Underground King” can inflict when he’s in the zone. The best example of said carnage, at least in recent years, is his title-winning performance against then-champion Rafael dos Anjos at UFC Fight Night 90 in summer 2016.

Alvarez (29-5, 1 NC) would cough up his crown to Conor McGregor in his very first title defense, then battle to a controversial No Contest against “The Diamond” at UFC 211 in May 2017. After a recent technical knockout win over Justin Gaethje, the former Bellator champ finds himself back in the Octagon with Poirier.

For more on their pending clash click here.

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