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Trash talk is common in combat sports, but UFC lightweight Jared Gordon has never really had much use for it, especially after he spent some time behind bars. Gordon, who has spoken openly about his past battles with drug addiction and a stint in jail, learned firsthand through those experiences that words really do matter.
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Michael Bisping was in awe during the UFC Orlando main event this past weekend. After both suffering setbacks against some of the welterweight division’s best grapplers in their previous outings, Stephen Thompson and Kevin Holland were ready to put on a show for the fans. Battling back and forth for four full rounds until Holland’s
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Let the Paddy Pimblett vs. Jake Paul saga continue. Last week, Pimblett gave an interview where he commented that Jake Paul isn’t a bad boxer but that he still believes Paul’s fights are “fixed.” This caused Paul to respond to Pimblett, offering him $1 million if Pimblett could beat him in a sparring session, with
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Stephen Thompson accomplished his mission of proving to UFC fans that he’s still got it on Saturday night at UFC Orlando. Following a fourth-round corner stoppage TKO win for “Wonderboy” against the incredibly tough Kevin Holland, MMA Fighting’s Mike Heck and E. Casey Leydon react to the exciting battle, Thomson’s turn-back-the-clock performance, and what could
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MMA Fighting has UFC Orlando results for the Thompson vs. Holland event, a live blog of the main event, and more from the Amway Center on Saturday night. In the main event, Stephen Thompson will square off against Kevin Holland in a welterweight contest. Thompson is looking to end a two-fight skid, while Holland is
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Stephen Thompson headlines one of the most stacked UFC fight night events of the year, but is this the last time we’ll see “Wonderboy” in a high-stakes contest? MMA Fighting’s Mike Heck, Alexander K. Lee, and Jed Meshew tackle the toughest questions ahead of Saturday’s UFC Orlando card, including whether a win for Thompson over
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Anthony Smith has now answered Conor McGregor in their ongoing war of words after the former two-division champion dropped out of the UFC’s anti-doping program while recovering from a broken leg. The situation boiled over after Smith took exception to McGregor removing himself from the United States Anti-Doping Agency testing pool, which means he has
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