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UFC 175 is next weekend (July 5, 2014) in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the card’s co-main event will feature Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey defending her 135 pound title for a fourth consecutive time (officially), as she takes on the No. 2 ranked Alexis Davis. The book on 27-year-old undefeated superstar is that her stellar record of nine straight stoppage wins – eight of which have come by way of armbar submission victories – paints her as a fighter that’s always looking to take her...
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The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 17 winner Kelvin Gastelum picked up his fourth straight UFC win by defeating rising prospect Nicholas Musoke in the co-main event of last night’s (Sat., June 28, 2014) UFC Fight Night 44 from the AT & T Center in San Antonio, Texas. After missing weight and getting outgrappled by “Nico” in the first round, it looked like Gastelum might be outclassed in the one area most gave him an advantage in, wrestling. But the gritty Yuma, AZ native re-formulated his gameplan...
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Surging No. 4-ranked UFC featherweight Cub Swanson scored his sixth striaght win with an impressive unanimous decision win over No. 11 Jeremy "Lil' Heathen" Stephens in the main event of UFC FIght Night 44 from the AT & T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Despite "Lil' Heathen's" thunderous knockout power, Swanson was able to contrl the pivotial bout with impeccable timed strikes, footwork, and spped to end Stephens' unbeaten treak since he moved down to featherweight. Check out the fight video highlights...
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The mercurial career of longtime MMA competitor Nate "The Great" Marquardt continued at today's (June 28, 2014) UFC Fight Night 43 main event from the Vector Arena in Auckland, New Zealand.  After three straight decisive losses at welterweight, the former UFC middleweight title challenger returned to 185 pounds to smoke New Zealander James Te Huna with a first round submission in his own backyard. Check out the video highlight's of Marquardt's impressive win courtesy of Sky Sport via the New Zealand Herald...
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With UFC Fight Night 43 going down as the first part of the big double-header Saturday, there comes a number of talking points from the surprisingly exciting card. Fans in Auckland, New Zealand were treated to a great prelims card, and also an exciting main card headed by James Te Huna vs. Nate Marquardt. The post fight presser will stream live at 7 AM ET/Noon GMT, so why not tune in right here at LowKick.com to watch? With such an eventful undercard and an overall successful return to the Kiwi fans in NZ,...
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UFC Fight Night 44 is set to go down in one day, hosted by San Antonio, Texas, so it must be weigh-ins day here at LowKick.com. At the top of the card is a pivotal featherweight match featuring streaking contenders Jeremy Stephens and Cub Swanson, the co-main for the evening is looking good too, as welterweight juggernaut Kelvin Gastelum takes on Nico Musoke. Gastelum came in overweight at 173 pounds and has two hours to drop the additional weight. In other action, Cezar Ferreira looks to bounce back against...
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UFC Fight Night 44 Open Workout Highlights

Posted on June 27, 2014, 12:53 PM by Mike Drahota
UFC Fight Night 44 is set to pop off tomorrow night (Sat., June 28, 2014) from the AT & T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Featuring a pivotal featherweight main event showdown between No. 4-ranked Cub Swanson and No. 11-ranked Jeremy Stephens, the UFC’s next 145-pound title contender could emerge from the bout. Also in action is The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 17 winner Kelvin Gastelum, who looks to score his third straight welterweight victory against dangerous under-the-radar prospect “Nico”...
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Tomorrow night, in the main event of UFC Fight Night 43, middleweight's James Te Huna and Nate Marquardt will square off looking to get back to winning ways inside the Octagon. The fight is an important one for both men who are both on losing streaks heading into their fight tomorrow night. Te Huna will be making his 185 pound debut after dropping his previous two fights at light-heavyweight. He last fought in December, getting knocked out by Mauricio Rua in the very first round of their fight. That loss followed...
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Starting at 5 a.m. EST this Saturday morning on Fight Pass, UFC Fight Night 43 from the Vector Arena in Auckland, New Zealand, will test true UFC fans’ allegiance to the promotion’s ambitious global expansion. The event features a middleweight main event between James Te Huna and Nate Marquardt. Te Huna will cut down to 185 pounds after losing two straight bouts to dangerous competition in Glover Teixeira and “Shogun” Rua. Marquardt, meanwhile, has lost three straight at welterweight....
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Slugfest! Cub Swanson vs. Jeremy Stephens Video Preview

Posted on June 25, 2014, 10:13 AM by Mike Drahota
This Saturday night (June 28, 2014) Top 10-ranked UFC featherweights Cub Swanson and Jeremy Stephens will go to war in the main event of UFC Fight Night 44 from the AT & T Center in San Antonio, Texas. No. 4-ranked Swanson has been out of action since last July, when he finished Dennis Siver with a third round TKO at UFC 162’s “Fight of the Night.” He’s racked up five straight wins over a solid list of opponents, and is on the hunt for a title shot if he can score six straight by...
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Dana White Likes The Idea Of Metamoris On Fight Pass

Posted on June 25, 2014, 06:10 AM by Buster Evans
Earlier this month it was announced Invicta FC had struck a deal with the UFC to broadcast its events on Fight Pass and yesterday, just a few weeks after the deal was revealed, Dana White said the promotion is interested in pairing up with other organizations like Metamoris: "It's absolutely something we'd look at for Fight Pass," White said when asked about doing a similar deal on Fight Pass with Metamoris. "I think people are going to be surprised by the things that are going to pop up on Fight Pass. I said...
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UFC 174 Fight Motion Highlights

Posted on June 24, 2014, 05:33 AM by Buster Evans
It's been just over a week now since UFC 174, where Demetrious Johnson successfully defended his flyweight title for a fourth time against Ali Bagautinov. The event is still fairly fresh in our minds but, as usual the UFC released their super slow-motion "Phantom Cam" to give us a look at all the cards highlights in greater detail. The video gives fans a closer look at all eleven fights which took place last night including Rory MacDonald's one-sided beatdown over Tyron Woodley in the co-main event and Tae...
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UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones recently made some waves with a long, drawn out back-and-forth over his reluctance to sign on for a rematch with No. 1 contender Alexander Gustafsson. The story went that “Bones,” who was fresh off a one-sided decision win over Glover Teixeira in the main event of April’s UFC 172, was more inclined to look for a fight with No. 2 Daniel Cormier instead of facing “The Mauler” for a second time. After all, Gustafsson took Jones to the limit...
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Last night (Sat., June 21, 2014) UFC veteran David Branch became the first-ever World Series of Fighting (WSOF) middleweight champion with an impressive first round submission over Jesse Taylor in the main event of WSOF 10 from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. After staving off a guillotine attempt from Taylor early on, Branch maintained dominant position to secure a tight D’arce choke of his own, locking up the title-sealing win with under two minutes left in the first round....
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