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Watch Nate Diaz Pull Out A Blunt On Live TV

Because of course he did.

FOX Sports 1 censors were probably already feeling nervous when newcomer Jimmy Smith entered the cage to interview Derrick Lewis following his massive KO win over Marcin Tybura. Lewis is a notoriously profane presence on Twitter and his victory speeches often involve the overt sexualization of Ronda Rousey.

That left his wife feeling a bit pissed off and left out, so this time Derrick chose to point his passions at her, declaring “To my baby, April, better get ready girl. I’m going deep.”

As if that wasn’t classy enough, right at that moment the cameras cut to show Nate Diaz sitting in the crowd. So what did Nate do? He popped a blunt in his mouth and flicked his bic as if to light it, all with a 10 year old girl in the background watching with her eyes wide.

With that one moment, Nate managed to steal the show … which is pretty impressive considering what a great show UFC Fight Night Austin ended up being.

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VIDEO: Watch Patricky Pitbull Slaughter Ryan Couture

This Friday will bring us another Bellator installment, with Bellator 194 propping up UFC refugees Roy Nelson and Matt Mitrione in the main event.

It will be either a pleasing slugfest or displeasing hugfest. But whatever. The real main event is the co-main – Patricky “Pitbull” Freire versus Derek Campos.

Here’s a quick vid of Pitbull and Campos’ greatest hits. Watch and enjoy.

Pitbull has been kicking butt in the organization since 2011, and though he’s never quite gotten to the top of the heap, he’s remained among the elite.

Campos fell to the Brazilian back in 2013, but he’s currently riding a four-fight win streak. Has Campos improved enough to beat back the jiu-jitsu black belt’s best, or will he get TKO’d again? Will Father Time finally make an appearance, and strip away all the durability and explosiveness that have made Pitbull great?

Who knows. I certainly don’t. What I do know is that to build up some hype for Friday night’s rematch, they’ve released Pitbull’s fight against Ryan Couture. And who doesn’t love watching Ryan Couture get creamed?

Seriously, poor Ryan. He had so much to live up to, what with his dad being the legendary Randy Couture (ahem, multiple UFC champ). But whereas ol’ pops was a world-class wrestler when he first entered into the cage, young Ryan had no such background. He was just a tough and skilled dude who learned it all in the gym, and managed only to employ a fraction of that knowledge before his opponents in the cage utterly smashed him.

Which is what Pitbull did to him back at Bellator 148.

Whether or not Pitbull still has the juice to beat Campos again at Bellator 194 is a question that will have to wait to be answered. In the meantime, let’s soak up this ultra-violent beatdown, shall we?

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Watch Tai Tuivasa Skull A ‘Shoey’ After His Big UFC 221 Win

Australian heavyweight Tai Tuivasa just gave the world an education on ‘shoeys.’

We’ve seen some pretty strange post-fight victory celebrations from UFC fighters, but Australian Tai Tuivasa really took things to another level when he drank a whole beer out of a random fan’s shoe after knocking out Cyril Asker at UFC 221. Apparently that’s called a ‘Shoey’ in Australia, and the fact that it has a name means it happens way more than it should.

Watch that grossness right here:

”It’s just an everyday thing in Australia,” he told Megan Olivi backstage after the win. “That was a reasonable, fairly lower kind of shoey. Usually you get someone to spit in it, everybody spits in it and then you obviously skull it. So … welcome to Australia.”

”Usually you get somebody’s work boot, that was a pretty new shoe, so that was all right. That was easy.”

Tuivasa joked about the moment during the post-fight press conference, saying “I should have got 50k just for the shoey.”

Unfortunately, his relentless beating of Asker was overlooked for a performance bonus, with the KO bonus being handed to Israel “The Stylebender” Adesanya instead. We sure liked what we saw, though…

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How To Watch UFC 221 ‘Prelims!’

It all goes down later tonight (Sat., Feb. 10, 2018) at UFC 221 live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside Perth Arena in Perth, Australia, as former UFC middleweight champion Luke Rockhold takes another shot at divisional gold when he takes on 185-pound tank Yoel Romero for interim title rights. In addition, heavyweight veteran Mark Hunt will look to continue his winning ways when he locks horns with rising contender Curtis Blaydes.

Before Rockhold vs. Romero headlines the PPV card a slew of UFC 221 preliminary bouts are scheduled to take place on Fight Pass and FOX Sports 1.

Check out below to find out when and where you can catch the action.

How to watch UFC 221 Fight Pass “Prelims” (Start time: 6:30 p.m. ET)

ONLINE:

Brazil and Latin America — Blocked
All other countries — Fight Pass on UFC.tv

CABLE/SATELLITE:

Central/South America

Brazil — Combate
Mexico — UFC Network
Argentina — UFC Network
Bolivia — UFC Network
Chile — UFC Network
Colombia — UFC Network
Ecuador — UFC Network
Panama — UFC Network
Paraguay — UFC Network
Peru — UFC Network
Dominican Republic — UFC Network
Venezuela — UFC Network

How to watch UFC 221 FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” (Start time: 8 p.m. ET)

ONLINE:

United States — Blocked
United Kingdom — Blocked
Brazil — Blocked
Latin America — Blocked
All other countries — Fight Pass on UFC.tv

CABLE/SATELLITE:

North America and Canada

United States — FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes
Canada — Sportsnet 360

Central/South America

Brazil — Combate
Mexico — UFC Network
Argentina — UFC Network
Bolivia — UFC Network
Chile — UFC Network
Colombia — UFC Network
Ecuador — UFC Network
Panama — UFC Network
Paraguay — UFC Network
Peru — UFC Network
Dominican Republic — UFC Network
Venezuela — UFC Network

Pacific Rim

Australia – FUEL TV
New Zealand – Sky Sports
American Samoa – FOX South East Asia
Brunei – FOX South East Asia
Cambodia – FOX South East Asia
China – FOX South East Asia
Cook Islands – FOX South East Asia
Fiji – FOX South East Asia
French Polynesia – FOX South East Asia
Futuna Island – FOX South East Asia
Hong Kong – FOX South East Asia
Indonesia – FOX South East Asia
Kiribati Islands – FOX South East Asia
Laos – FOX South East Asia
Macau – FOX South East Asia
Malaysia – FOX South East Asia
Micronesia – FOX South East Asia
Myanmar – FOX South East Asia
Nauru – FOX South East Asia
New Caledonia – FOX South East Asia
Niue – FOX South East Asia
N. Mariana Islands – FOX South East Asia
Papua New Guinea – FOX South East Asia
Pitcairn Islands – FOX South East Asia
Palau – FOX South East Asia
Singapore – FOX South East Asia
Solomon Islands – FOX South East Asia
South Pacific Islands – FOX South East Asia
Tahiti – FOX South East Asia
Thailand – FOX South East Asia
Tokelau – FOX South East Asia
Tonga – FOX South East Asia
Tuvalu – FOX South East Asia
Vanuatu – FOX South East Asia
Vietnam – FOX South East Asia
Wallis Islands – FOX South East Asia
Western Samoa – FOX South East Asia

Europe / Middle East / Africa

United Kingdom / Ireland – BT Sport 1
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
United Arab Emirates – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports
Yemen – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

If you find yourself mobile tonight and unable to view UFC 221 from the comfort of your own home, feel free to find a participating bar near you!

The UFC 221 preliminary card stacks up as follows:

FS1 “Prelims”

155 lbs.: Damien Brown vs. Dong Hyun Kim

185 lbs.: Rob Wilkinson vs. Israel Adesanya

145 lbs.: Jeremy Kennedy vs. Alexander Volkanovski

125 lbs.: Jussier Formiga vs. Ben Nguyen

Fight Pass “Prelims”

155 lbs.: Ross Pearson vs. Mizuto Hirota

135 lbs.: Teruto Ishihara vs. Jose Quinonez

170 lbs.: Luke Jumeau vs. Daichi Abe

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC 221 fight card, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET, then the remaining undercard balance on FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET, before the PPV main card start time at 10 p.m. ET.

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UFC 220: How to watch ‘Stipe Miocic vs. Francis Ngannou’ live stream online – ‘Prelims’

It all goes down later tonight (Sat., Jan. 20, 2018) at UFC 220 live on pay-per-view (PPV) from inside TD Garden in Boston, Mass., as reigning UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic puts his title on the line against violent knockout artist Francis Ngannou. In addition to the heavyweight main event, UFC light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier will look to defend his strap against the heavy-handed Volkan Oezdemir.

Before Miocic vs. Ngannou headlines the first big PPV card of the year a slew of UFC 220 preliminary bouts are scheduled to take place on Fight Pass and FOX Sports 1.

Check out below to find out when and where you can catch the action.

How to watch UFC 220 Fight Pass “Prelims” (Start time: 7:00 p.m. ET)

ONLINE:

Brazil and Latin America — Blocked
All other countries — Fight Pass on UFC.tv

CABLE/SATELLITE:

Central/South America

Brazil — Combate
Mexico — UFC Network
Argentina — UFC Network
Bolivia — UFC Network
Chile — UFC Network
Colombia — UFC Network
Ecuador — UFC Network
Panama — UFC Network
Paraguay — UFC Network
Peru — UFC Network
Dominican Republic — UFC Network
Venezuela — UFC Network

How to watch UFC 220 FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” (Start time: 8 p.m. ET)

ONLINE:

United States — Blocked
United Kingdom — Blocked
Brazil — Blocked
Latin America — Blocked
All other countries — Fight Pass on UFC.tv

CABLE/SATELLITE:

North America and Canada

United States — FOX Sports 1 and FOX Deportes
Canada — Sportsnet 360

Central/South America

Brazil — Combate
Mexico — UFC Network
Argentina — UFC Network
Bolivia — UFC Network
Chile — UFC Network
Colombia — UFC Network
Ecuador — UFC Network
Panama — UFC Network
Paraguay — UFC Network
Peru — UFC Network
Dominican Republic — UFC Network
Venezuela — UFC Network

Pacific Rim

Australia – FUEL TV
New Zealand – Sky Sports
American Samoa – FOX South East Asia
Brunei – FOX South East Asia
Cambodia – FOX South East Asia
China – FOX South East Asia
Cook Islands – FOX South East Asia
Fiji – FOX South East Asia
French Polynesia – FOX South East Asia
Futuna Island – FOX South East Asia
Hong Kong – FOX South East Asia
Indonesia – FOX South East Asia
Kiribati Islands – FOX South East Asia
Laos – FOX South East Asia
Macau – FOX South East Asia
Malaysia – FOX South East Asia
Micronesia – FOX South East Asia
Myanmar – FOX South East Asia
Nauru – FOX South East Asia
New Caledonia – FOX South East Asia
Niue – FOX South East Asia
N. Mariana Islands – FOX South East Asia
Papua New Guinea – FOX South East Asia
Pitcairn Islands – FOX South East Asia
Palau – FOX South East Asia
Singapore – FOX South East Asia
Solomon Islands – FOX South East Asia
South Pacific Islands – FOX South East Asia
Tahiti – FOX South East Asia
Thailand – FOX South East Asia
Tokelau – FOX South East Asia
Tonga – FOX South East Asia
Tuvalu – FOX South East Asia
Vanuatu – FOX South East Asia
Vietnam – FOX South East Asia
Wallis Islands – FOX South East Asia
Western Samoa – FOX South East Asia

Europe / Middle East / Africa

United Kingdom / Ireland – BT Sport 1
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
United Arab Emirates – Abu Dhabi Sports 6
Uzbekistan – Setanta Sports
Yemen – Abu Dhabi Sports 6

If you find yourself mobile tonight and unable to view UFC 220 from the comfort of your own home, feel free to find a participating bar near you!

The UFC 220 preliminary card stacks up as follows:

FS1 “Prelims”

Kyle Bochniak vs. Brandon Davis

Abdul Razak Alhassan vs. Sabah Homasi

Dustin Ortiz vs. Alexandre Pantoja

Dan Ige vs. Julio Arce

Fight Pass “Prelims”

Enrique Barzola vs. Matt Bessette

Islam Makhachev vs. Gleison Tibau

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC 220 fight card, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. ET, then the remaining undercard balance on FOX Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET, before the PPV main card start time at 10 p.m. ET.

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UFC Fight Night 124 video: Watch Doo Ho Choi destroy Thiago Tavares in ‘KO of the Week’

Despite losing his last Octagon appearance, the ultra-entertaining Doo Ho Choi will get a massive main event bid tomorrow night (Sun., Jan. 14, 2018) at UFC Fight Night 124 live on FOX Sports 1 from inside Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri, when he takes on featherweight veteran Jeremy Stephens.

In preparation for the return of “Korean Superboy,” UFC featured Choi in the most recent edition of “KO of the Week.” This time around, the action focuses on Choi’s memorable knockout finish over Thiago Tavares back in 2016 (shown above courtesy of UFC). It took the Korean prospect just over two minutes to pressure Tavares against the cage, land a devastating right hand, and secure his third-straight UFC finish.

While Choi is coming off a five-round loss to Cub Swanson in 2016’s Fight of the Year, he’s more than capable of getting right back into the win column this weekend in St. Louis. That said, the 26-year-old will have to land more than just one punch to take out a barbarian like “Lil Heathen”

UFC Fight Night 124 will also feature a co-main event tilt between women’s flyweights Paige VanZant and Jessica-Rose Clark.

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 124 fight card, starting with the UFC Fight Pass “Prelims” matches online at 6 p.m. ET, followed by the FOX Sports 1 “Prelims” bouts at 8 p.m. ET, before the main card start time at 10 p.m. ET, also on FOX Sports 1.

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Watch out, lightweight division: Khabib Nurmagomedov is targeting three fights in 2018

After long absences due to a variety of injuries and mishaps, Khabib is ready to turn right around and get back into another fight.

Last Saturday was the first time we’ve seen Khabib Nurmagomedov fight in the Octagon in over a year, the unfortunate result of a bad weight cut at UFC 209 back in March that sent him to the hospital and off the card. He returned in fine form, dominating Edson Barboza to the point where all three judges awarded him multiple 10-8 rounds.

I’m pretty excited about Nurmagomedov, but it’s hard to get too hyped at this moment because the guy is second only to Dominick Cruz for disappointingly long layoffs. A steady stream of injuries and mishaps make this UFC 219 fight with Barboza just his third match since April of 2014.

Fortunately, it sounds like Khabib is ready to make up for lost time. During his post fight interview with Megan Olivi, Nurmagomedov laid out his desire to get three fights in this 2018.

“The perfect date I think is April or May,” he said. “Because May is beginning Ramadan, I want to fight before Ramadan, and I want to fight after Ramadan, September, and I want to fight December. This is my plan, three times this year.”

While there’s plenty of moving parts that could get in the way, it’s always nice to hear a fighter commit to staying active and not disappearing for six to nine months. A couple of quick turnarounds and more intense ass whuppings like he delivered in his last two fights, and Khabib could be the UFC’s next big star. That was so close to happening in 2017. Let’s hope nothing gets in the way in 2018.

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RIZIN live stream: Watch World Grand Prix 2017 TONIGHT from Japan

RIZIN Fighting Federation (RIZIN FF) is just a few hours away from its World Grand Prix 2017, featuring a stacked bantamweight tournament on Friday (Dec. 29) inside Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.

Remember, this is going down in “The Land of the Rising Sun,” so broadcast times will reflect that location. That means stateside fans can catch all the mixed martial arts (MMA) action online in the embedded video above beginning at 1 a.m. ET (Thursday night into Friday morning) for $ 19.99.

It will also be available for purchase on the free FITE app from iTunes and Google Play.

Here is tonight’s complete RIZIN line up:

Men’s Bantamweight Grand Prix:

Ian McCall vs. Manel Kape
Kyoaji Horiiguchi vs. Gabriel Oliveira
Takafumi Otsuka vs. Khalid Tahna
Shintaro Ishiwatari vs. Kevin Petshi

Reserve: Anthony Birchak vs. Je Hoon Moon

Women’s Super Atomweights:

Rena Kubota vs. Irene Rivera
Kanna Asakura vs. Maria Oliveira

Special Light Heavyweight Attraction:

Jiri Prochazka vs. Karl Albrelktsson

Other Featured Fights:

Satoru Kitaoka vs. Kiichi Kunimoto
Shizuka Sugiyama vs. Kana Watanabe
Kizaemon Saiga vs. Kai Asakura
Hiroyuki Takaya vs. Battaryn Azjavkhlan
Reina Miura vs. Cindy Dandois
Gabi Garcia vs. Shinobu Kandori

Remember, RIZIN will complete its year-end spectacular this Sunday (Dec. 31) with the semifinals and final of its bantamweight grand prix, on a pay-per-view (PPV) card that also features the return of Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic. Once again, we’ll have the live stream right here at MMAmania.com.

See you then!

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Video! Watch Sage Northcutt’s insane kettlebell workout

The evolution of Sage Northcutt has already begun. After moving his training over to Team Alpha Male in California and dedicating all of his time to fighting, “Super” has made big strides inside of the Octagon.

Most recently, Northcutt put forth his most complete performance to date in a unanimous decision win over Michel Quiñones at UFC Fight Night 120. While the 21-year-old has a long way to go before entering the lightweight top 15, he’s beginning to show he can combine discipline with raw athletic talent.

How does “Super” get so good? Maybe it has something to do with this insane kettlebell workout (shown above courtesy of Fancy Combat). While this isn’t the proper use of a kettlebell, Northcutt’s movements and reaction time are pretty impressive given the size of the weight.

As long as Northcutt stays under the tutelage of TAM head coach Urijah Faber he should develop nicely in 2018 as one of the division’s fastest growing talents. That’s saying a lot considering the kid has just 11 professional bouts (six in the UFC) and competes in the deepest class around.

Northcutt is currently scheduled to take on French prospect Thibault Gouti at UFC Fight Night 126 this February.

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Midnight Mania! Watch that 24-second Rafael Dos Anjos blitz on Robbie Lawler from Bruce Buffer’s seat

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Rafael Dos Anjos is a monster. Robbie Lawler is an animal. When they collided at this weekend’s UFC event, there was a lot of anticipation. While Rafael dos Anjos ended up running away with the bout on the scorecards, the collision of dos Anjos’ endless cardio with Lawler’s limitless toughness did result in one of the most remarkable sequences I’ve seen in a long time.

It’s rare in MMA, with 4-ounce gloves, to get a blitz this long without a fighter either going unconscious or finding a way to break the attack. Lawler did neither, covering up, taking shots on his shoulders and simply absorbing what he couldn’t avoid. That’s his superpower, and it was on full display last night. Afterwards, all dos Anjos could say?

My hands are hurting because I hit the guy in the head. He’s got a pretty tough head.


Insomnia

Which option is next for Rafael dos Anjos?

??? #ufc #mma #bjj #welterweight #rda

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TJ Dillashaw memed himself

My reaction to the @raiders game last night!

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This should be immortalized, because it is truly the quintessential answer MMA deserves, from Kamaru Usman.

Stipe Miocic, fighting fires or fighting heavyweights. It’s all fighting.

Fighting is in my blood!

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Heavyweight boxer Ray Mercer knocked out Tim Sylvia, so he’s an authority in two sports and he had this amazing insight to share:

Throwback to this amazing video of boxing coach Eric Kelly.

John Wayne Parr compared himself to Mirko Cro Cop, because, well, why not. They do kinda look alike.

This qualifies as martial arts… right?

Widely respected MMA coach Robert Follis died this weekend. It was ruled a suicide. May he rest in peace. Many fighters have had remarkably good things to say about Follis’ impact on their lives, including Nate Quarry and Kevin Lee.

I have nothing to say about this.

I have nothing to say about this either, frankly, except that it was an awesome fight.

Daniel Cormier managed to piss off a lot of pro wrestlers over the weekend with his criticism of… whatever this is…

Oh, and he also admitted he thinks Yoel Romero would beat him in a straight wrestling match.


Slips, Rips, KO Clips

Safe to say he was not ready for this.

I love a good body shot.

A spinning wheel kick KO is special.


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