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  • Chip "The Surgeon" Pollard looks to give Roger Zapata a face lift at Reality Fighting

    On Saturday, June 8, Chip “The Surgeon” Moraza-Pollard heads back into action against fellow banger Roger Zapata in the next installment of Reality Fighting at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Conn. This will be Pollard’s12th professional fight. His record currently sits at 7-4 overall. Pollard is both feared and respected by his fellow mixed martial artists due to his willingness to stand in the pocket and trade with anyone in the welterweight division.
  • 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.
  • Wrestling Spotlight: Beat The Streets Rumble On the Rails; Obe Blanc (USA) vs. Hassan Rahimi (Iran)

    Beat the Streets Rumble on the Rails stops at Grand Central Terminal in New York City Wednesday, May 15, 2013. Iran and Russia traveled across seas to compete with the United States freestyle wrestling team at the Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Terminal. The competition will be held adjacent to the annual Beat the Streets Awards Gala, following wrestling at the Bryant Park Grill. Obe Blanc earned the honors of being invited to wrestle at the event for the United States.
  • Aggressive Combat Championships 2 - Full Results

    Aggressive Combat Sports returned to New York last night, May 11, at St. Raymond’s High School in the Bronx with their second installment of Aggressive Combat Championships. Aggressive Combat Sports partnered with the United States Muay Thai Association (USMTA) to sanction this all amateur mixed martial arts competition in the Empire state where professional MMA is still not yet legalized. The fight card was headlined by a featherweight title matchup between Desmond Nelson and Gerald “Lil Bomb” Javier. The contest was all Javier as he dominated Nelson ending the fight at 2:20 in the first round via a rear-naked-choke submission. ‘Lil Bomb’ was crowned the promotion’s first featherweight cha...
  • Aggressive Combats Championships 2 - Quick Results - 'Lil Bomb' Javier dominates, crowned champion

    Aggressive Combat Sports returned to New York last night, May 11, at St. Raymond’s High School in the Bronx with their second installment of Aggressive Combat Championships. Aggressive Combat Sports partnered with the United States Muay Thai Association (USMTA) to sanction this all amateur mixed martial arts competition in the Empire state where professional MMA is still not yet legalized. Quick Results Below. Full fight article and photosto appear tomorrow.
  • MMA Fighter - PA Trooper - Russo Hammers Out Dog Violence

    Pat “The Punisher” Russo, 33, is a U.S. Air Force Veteran, a former police officer in Plainfield, N.J., now a Pennsylvania state trooper and a professional mixed martial artist. The former Military Police Officer, now a resident of Allentown, PA has been serving on the Pennsylvania state police out of the Belfast for eight years. The hours of his work schedule may vary from time to time, however they follow a pattern of 10 consecutive days on with four days off. “If I’m not in a patrol car, I’m in the gym” Russo said.
  • New Jersey’s Calogero Torretta – Youngest Member of USA National Karate Team – Competing at Pan American Karate Championships

    New Jersey native, Calogero Torretta, 18, has been training and competing in Karate for more than 15 years. Next week the New Jerseyan will travel to Buenos Aires, Argentina where he will compete for the United States in the Pan American Karate Championships.
  • A.C.C. 2 - Amateur MMA returns to New York

    Aggressive Combat Sports returns to St. Raymond High School in the Bronx this Saturday, May 11 with Aggressive Combat Sports 2. The first installment of the all amateur fight series was held in January at the same location. While professional mixed martial arts still is not legal in the Empire State, amateur bouts are permitted with certain regulations.
  • An Eye for ‘Talent’ - Belcher Tweets Photo of Injury

    This past Saturday night at UFC 159, middleweight contender Alan ‘the Talent’ Belcher sustained an unfortunate injury to his previously damaged eye, calling an end to his contest with England’s Michael ‘the Count’ Bisping just 29 seconds before the fight would have concluded and gone to the judges for a decision. The fight at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey was declared a “technical decision” in favor of Bisping due to the fight being sent to the fate of the judges and referee Herb Dean not allowing Belcher to continue.

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