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  • Petite and Precious, Krista Anzelone overcomes fears and odds. Thankful for Jiu-Jitsu

    Weighing less than 100-pounds and barely peaking over five-feet tall, Krista ‘Precious’ Anzelone, 45, is not your typical Jiu-Jitsu practitioner. While the sport she now loves may have garnered attention and fame after a smaller Royce Gracie proved that size does not matter in competition if you know how to manipulate your opponents joints and ligaments, Jiu-Jitsu was still mostly known as the art of the smaller man beating the larger man; there was no mention of petite women in the mix.
  • Video: Invicta FC 6: Road To Coenen vs. Cyborg

    This Saturday, July 13, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) superstars Cris Cyborg (11-1, 1 NC) of Brazil and Marloes Coenen (21-5) of the Netherlands will face off for the second time in their respective careers in the main event and first-ever Invicta Fighting Championships world featherweight (145 pounds) championship bout, live on Pay-Per-View. Now, Invicta FC revisits their memorable first battle that took place in January 2010, and takes you behind the scenes and into the fighters' training camps as they prepare for their highly-anticipated rematch.
  • 10-Bout lineup complete for World Series of Fighting 4

    LAS VEGAS (July 9, 2013) – An intriguing lightweight bout between 14-year MMA veteran Antonio "Mandingo" McKee (28-5-2) and undefeated "Lethal" Lewis Gonzalez (8-0) and a light-heavyweight matchup pitting Lew "The Titan" Polley (12-4) against Dutch standout Hans Stringer (21-5-2) are among four new contests that have been added to the preliminary card of next month's "World Series of Fighting 4: Spong vs. DeAnda" event, which takes place Aug. 10 at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, Calif.
  • Patishnock: “Gracie’s Have a Beef with Me” Grudge Match Set for WSOF 5

    Following the biggest win of his career, Richard Patishnock (5-1) of East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania’s Chamber MMA, recently signed on to a four-fight agreement with one of the hottest new fight organizations in mixed martial arts, the World Series of Fighting (WSOF). Patishnock did what many men could not; he made a member of the famed fighting Gracie family verbally submit when he defeated Igor Gracie at WSOF 2 in March. Gracie did not tap due to strikes or submission; however, he chose not to come out from his corner for the start of the second round.
  • War 5 - Mid-Summer Battling About To Begin

    Daniel Watts will be square off against Nick Collins at 170 pounds at Warrior Promotions', War 5, July 13. Collins,the American eXtreme Combat (AXC) welterweight championseeks to expand his reign and take on one of Alabama best fighters in Atmore, Ala., this weekend. Collins, is the brother of Brad Collins who will also fight on the card; the pair train at New Life MMA in Jasper, Ala.
  • ‘Silverback’ Petruzelli announces retirement from MMA

    Less than 48 hours after suffering a devastating knockout loss to Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal at Bellator 96, Seth ‘Silverback’ Petruzelli took to Facebook to announce his retirement from mixed martil arts. “I want to thank my family, friends, fiancé and fans for being by my side these past 13 years plus of my MMA career. Every time I fought it was to please and excite you but most of all make you proud of me. Up until a couple years ago it pleased and excited me as well. That is where I went wrong, for the past couple years I have been fighting for the wrong reasons, I don’t have the desire or drive to fight like I used to and the past couple fights have shown it. So at this point in my life ...
  • Atlas Fights Kicks Off Summer In Style

    June 15 marks the kick off for Atlas Fights’ summer spectacular with a stacked fight card featuring some of the best fighters from the Gulf Coast area. Many were concerned when headliner Nick Smiley dropped off due to an injury requiring a shoulder surgery, however, Atlas fan favorite Aaron “Yoda” Williams stepped up to take over themain-event spot taking on Dereck Arcement.
  • Fitch Rejuvenated, Wants Penn Rematch - WSOF 3 Media Conference Call

    World Series of Fighting President and six-time world kickboxing champion and two-time Hall of Famer Ray Sefo participated in a national media conference call today along with several of the main card fighters to discuss the highly-anticipated World Series of Fighting professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) event on Friday, June 14, at Hard Rock Hotel Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Headlining the fight card, in the welterweight (170 pound division) is a long-awaited rematch between superstar rivals, Jon Fitch (24-5) of Fort Wayne, Ind., and Josh ‘The People’s Warrior’ Burkman (25-9) of Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Message to MMA Promoters – Sign the Storm

    After going 3-1 in Bellator Fighting Championships, Duane “Storm” Bastress was surprisingly let go from the organization and is currently seeking a new fighting home. The 29-year-old Pennsylvania native is coming off a victory over Ariel Sepulveda in October of 2012 and was shocked to learn of his dismissal from the second largest MMA organization in the U.S.
  • Half the man he used to be; WSOF’s Waylon Lowe sues Philadelphia sex shop after penis gel permanently disfigures genitals

    ****WARNING: GRAPHIC MATERIAL, NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART**** Several months ago USCS reported on an incident that occurred in Thailand causing severe trauma to genital region of mixed martial artist, Ray Elbe. In that “sexual encounter,” Elbe fractured his penis while engaging in intercourse with his girlfriend. If you care to be grossed out twice today click here to read how that bloody encounter went down. Today however we deliver another low blow to our male readers in reporting that World Series of Fighting and former UFC fighter, Waylon Lowe, has also sustained a very serious injury to his nether region.

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