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  • Andrei Arlovski replaces Anthony Johson, faces Mike Kyle in main event of World Series of Fighting 5 on NBC Sports Network, Sat. Sep. 14 at Revel in Atlantic City

    The man who was victorious in the featured bout of World Series of Fighting's very first event will return once again to headline for the promotion. Andrei "The Pit Bull" Arlovski (20-10) will compete in the main event of next month's World Series of Fighting 5 against slugger Mike "MAK" Kyle (20-9-1) in a heavyweight bout on Saturday, Sept. 14 at New Jersey's Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City. Arlovski is a replacement for the injured Anthony "Rumble" Johnson.
  • Gregor Gracie: 'No Beef with Patishnock'

    Despite original theories that there may be a potential 'beef' or feud between the famed fighting Gracie family and up and coming mixed martial artist, Rich Patishnock of Chamber MMA in East Stroudsburg, PA, Gregor Gracie has assured USCS that there is no such 'beef.' When asked about his upcoming World Series of Fighting 5 bout with Patishnock and if he asked for the bout Gracie said, "No, no, I didn't ask for the fight. I was offered it and I took it."
  • $15,000 Grapplers Quest U.S. National Championships Invades New Jersey this Saturday

    MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY -- Grapplers Quest(r) is proud to announce the 2013 U.S. National Grappling and Jiu-Jitsu Championships, presented by JointMedic.com and Rough Zen(r), on this Saturday, July 20, at Mennen Sports Arena located at 161 East Hanover Avenue, in Morristown, New Jersey. Online registration has expired however you can register at the door and weigh-in on Friday, July 19, from 5:00 PM - 8:00 p.m. ET, or Saturday, July 20, starting at 7:00 a.m. ET.
  • Dana White’s run-in with mobster Whitey Bulger – “Pay Us or Else”

    What follows is a tale of “what ifs” that could have changed not only history but an entire sport. What if there were no Dana White? Would the UFC be where it is today? Roughly 20 years ago, UFC President Dana White, had a run-in with one of the FBI’s Most Wanted, a mobster who controlled the Boston area for decades. James “Whitey” Bulger was eventually arrested in 2011, but it is what happened years before that could have prevented the eventual rise of not only the UFC but mixed martial arts in general.
  • Anthony Johnson vs. Mike Kyle tops nationally televised World Series of Fighting 5, Sept. 14 at Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City

    REVEL CASINO HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY* (July 15, 2013) – A light heavyweight slugfest between knockout artist Anthony "Rumble" Johnson (15-4) and slugger Mike "MAK" Kyle (20-9-1) headlines World Series of Fighting's return to Revel Casino Hotel's Ovation Hall in on New Jersey's Revel Atlantic City on Sept. 14. The contest serves as the main event of "World Series of Fighting 5: Johnson vs. Kyle," which airs live on NBC Sports Network and marks the promotion's second visit to the world-class venue.
  • 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.
  • Brenneman Back in Business - Earns CFFC Lightweight Title Opportunity

    Charlie “the Spaniard” Brenneman will look to keep his winning streak alive when he returns to the Cage Fury Fighting Championships for a third time on August 17 in New Jersey. Brenneman, currently riding a three fight winning streak since leaving the Ultimate Fighting Championship last year racked up all three wins in the 2013 calendar year; one with the Valley Fight League in January and two with CFFC.
  • Chris Weidman meet & greet sends fan to Vegas - AMA Fight Club puts on demo

    The Ultimate Fighting Championship's number one contender to the middleweight title, Chris Weidman, took time away from his most vitaltraining campto dateto sign autographs for fansand display a few mixed martial artstechniques and moves, May 31. The event, held at and hosted by Nielsen Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram in East Hanover, N.J. also provided fans with the opportunity to earn two tickets to Las Vegas for Weidman's upcoming bout, the biggest of his career, July 6 when he looks to dethrone a virtually unstoppable Anderson 'the Spider' Silva.
  • A Final Farewell to - Shayne 'PartyTime' Stephenson

    A warrior isn’t always defined by the things he should be. A warrior should be defined by every characteristic in life. He should be defined by his smile, devotion to family,his ability to find a way to bring people up when they are down and his ability to pick himself up after a hard fought battle. These were characteristics of Shayne “Party Time” Stephenson.
  • DO NOT Poke the Animals, Heckman Eyes Decision Turnover

    Scott “the Animal” Heckman (15-4), featherweight champion for XFE (Xtreme Fight Events) was forced to tap from a rear-naked- choke at the hands of Terrell Hobbs this past Saturday night at XFE 24 at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, PA. Heckman who was riding a seven-fight win-streak was dominating the fight when unfortunately in the second round he was on the receiving end of a poke to the eye that instantly caused the fighter immense pain and temporary loss of sight.

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