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  • Strikeforce Challengers: Fancy Pants Takes on Bam Bam

    Undefeated Lyle “Fancy Pants” Beerbohm (15-0) is set to take on fellow rising star, and veteran Pat “Bam Bam” Healy (25-17) on February 18. The winner of this main event showdown between two highly skilled fighters will be in prime position to be considered for a shot at current Strikeforce Lightweight World Champion Gilbert “El Nino” Melendez (18-2).
  • Sarah “Piranha” Goodlaxson: Not Your Average Girly-Girl

    Over the phone, she doesn't sound like the kind of girl that would step into the ring and fight with the fierceness that she clearly has when it comes down to the match. And on some level, it all began so innocently.
  • Duke Roufus Expects Pat Barry to Show Off Newfound Wrestling Ability Against Joey Beltran

    In just three short days striker extraordinaire Pat Barry is set to return to the Octagon against Joey Beltran at UFC Fight Night 23: UFC Fight for the Troops 2. But Barry’s trainer Duke Roufus told US Combat Sports that Beltran may be in for a heavy dose of wrestling come Saturday night.
  • UFC Fight for the Troops 2 Preliminary Card Preview

    On January 22nd Ft. Hood is playing host to the next UFC Fight Night and the finalized cards are looking mighty solid. The previous Fight for the Troops event turned into a great night of close fights with exciting finishes and it looks as though its sequel is going to deliver with the same mix of ferocious opponents and great match ups. Today we look at the prelims and follow up with a main card breakdown tomorrow. Yves Edwards vs. Cody McKenzie This is the most interesting of the fights on the preliminary card in my opinion. Consider this: Edwards is a 13-year veteran of the cage who has never been submitted by a guillotine choke. With over 50 professional fights, you don'...
  • Technique of the Week: The Stiff Jab

    USCS teams up with Pilsung Martial Arts Instructor Marc Grenier for this week's technique of the week edition.In this session, Marc instructs as Daniel "187" Patrick shows the stiff jab. Video below and step by step photos.
  • Byron Byrd Welcomes Challenges M-1 and Moscow Bring

    M-1 Selection Americas light heavyweight champion Byron Byrd sees his next March 5th bout in Moscow as a challenge, but one that he welcomes. After coming out on top of the M-1 single elimination tournament last year in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the ATT knockout artist has his sights set on Russia. Byrd, a fighter whose mixed martial arts career has played out primarily in America, both understands and looks forward to the dynamics of fighting abroad. "I find challenging," said Byrd. "I always want to fight in as many different places in the world as I can. The cool part of the sport is that I get to travel to different locations, go to places, and see how the fans are. Th...
  • KOTC Confrontation: Full Results

    Saturday January 15th Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino in Santa Fe, NM. Was the site of a stellar King of the Cage card. Titled Confrontation the show featured a Bantamweight title fight between Albuquerque’s Donald Sanchez and LCF Champ Scott Bear of Oklahoma. Fans were also treated to the action packed first round of the KOTC Young Guns Flyweight Tournament. In total thirteen adrenaline pumping fights thrilled the capacity crowd and proved why KOTC is regarded as a preeminent combat sports organization.
  • Resurgent Keith Jardine to face Austin's Aron Lofton

    After an 18-month skid that saw former light heavyweight contender Keith Jardine lose his place in the UFC after almost five years, Jardine member seeks to build upon a win last month when he takes on Maximum Fight Championship-veteran Aron Lofton at an as-of-yet unnamed MFC event on March 4 in Albequerque, N.M., sherdog.com reports. Though it was under unusual circumstances, as Jardine defeated Francisco France by decision in what was a notoriously chaotic and unprofessional event, the "Dean of Mean" is back on track. Starting at UFC 96 in March of 2009, Jardine ran the gauntlet as he faced Quinton Jackson, Thiago Silva, Ryan Bader and Matt Hammill -- in that order. He was then r...
  • UPDATE: Assemblyman Dean Murray Supports MMA at UFC Presser

    Junior New York Assemblyman Dean Murray came out in support of MMA at the UFC's press conference at Madison Square Garden, today. The conference, in which UFC president Dana White presented updated numbers on the economic impact that sanctioned MMA would have on New York, provided some of the most interesting information in the reaction of the crowd, led prominently by the Assemblyman. Murray, a self described conservative Republican, came out to the presser on his own initiative in order to speak out in favor of sanctioning MMA in 2011 legislative session. " is another example of how New York has become a nanny state," the Assemblyman announced. "We need a chance to ra...
  • Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix Rules Clarified

    Details on the rules and format of the Strikeforce World Heavyweight Grand Prix were clarified today by Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker in a media telephone conference call. All bouts are to be three 5-minute rounds, except the tournament final, which will be the championship format of five 5-minute rounds.

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