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MMA news and articles for fans written by some of the most talented writers to have hit the MMA scene. Organisations covered include UFC, Bellator, Cage Warriors, BAMMA and many more.
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Fight Night Charlotte: Weigh-in Highlight

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Boxing Legend Roy Jones Junior Hits UFC FIGHT PASS

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Las Vegas – One of the greatest boxers of all time – Roy Jones Junior – makes his final walk to the ring February 8 at the Bay Center in Pensacola, Florida, live and exclusively on UFC FIGHT PASS, the UFC’s digital streaming service.  

In the last fight of a Hall of Fame career which began three decades ago Jones, 65-9 (47 KOs), will face the aggressive Scott Sigmon, 30-11-1 (16KOs), in a cruiserweight main event. The card features both boxing and mixed martial arts bouts and is presented by Jones’s own organization, Square Ring Promotions.

The action gets underway on FIGHT PASS at 7:30pm ET, with Jones expected in the ring around 10pm ET.

Jones said: “Ya’ll musta forgot I always said that my final fight would be in my hometown of Pensacola. I meant it then, and I mean it now. This is where it all began for me, this will be my 75th professional fight, and it will be my last one. I have been friends with Dana White for years and am so excited for UFC FIGHT PASS to be streaming this event.”

UFC President Dana White added: “Roy Jones has had a long and distinguished career. We have wanted to work together for a long time and I’m glad that I could bring his final fight to all the fans who have UFC FIGHT PASS.”

Roy Jones’s prodigious talent first caught international attention 30 years ago, when he was awarded the prestigious Val Barker trophy as the most outstanding boxer of the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games. Turning professional in May 1989, Jones stormed the middleweight division en route to winning the first of many world titles by beating future legend Bernard Hopkins in May 1993.

A year later, Jones cemented his status as the greatest fighter of his generation when he dominated the fearsome, undefeated James Toney to become the champion of the super-middleweight division. An eight-year reign atop the light heavyweight class followed from 1996 before, on March 1, 2003, Jones jumped all the way up to heavyweight and defeated the vastly bigger John Ruiz for the WBA heavyweight title.

In three decades as a professional boxer, Jones’s hit-list also includes Mike McCallum, Montell Griffin, Virgil Hill, Julio César González, Antonio Tarver and Felix Trinidad.

The five-fight live stream of Square Rings’ Island Fights 46 event, will also feature European boxing sensation Ikram Kerwat, who has five knockouts in eight professional wins, plus 25-year-old prodigy Mike Davis. A former New York State wrestling champion and BJJ purple belt under Marcelo Garcia, Davis has a combined combat sport record – MMA and boxing – of 22 fights, 22 wins and 22 stoppages. He fights Montrel James in a MMA lightweight fight.

The event marks the first time UFC FIGHT PASS has added boxing to its live fight offering. FIGHT PASS already live streams weekly action from UFC, MMA organizations from around the world, kickboxing, Muay Thai and submission grappling. Plus subscribers have VOD access to over 16,000 historical fights from 37 promotions, Original content, documentaries and the UFC’s TV archive.

For more details on FIGHT PASS’s schedule visit: https://www.ufc.tv/category/fightpass-live-events

For more information, please visit UFCFightPass.com.

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Rinaldi revitalized by training, fighting at home

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In mixed martial arts, leaving home is the usual route for those ambitious souls who don’t live in the usual hubs for the sport. Charlotte’s Jordan Rinaldi was one of those fighters, and he took that usual route, making the trip out west to train in Las Vegas for two years.

But even in the “Fight Capital of the World,” something was missing.

Rinaldi punches Alvaro Herrera during the UFC Fight Night event on August 5, 2017 in Mexico City, Mexico. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC) “When I went to Vegas to train, I went there for two years and I got a lot better technically, but there was something with my emotional state of being where I didn’t perform as well,” he said.

So he came home. Today, he’s a UFC fighter, one day away from fighting in Charlotte on a FOX main card against Gregor Gillespie. Good call, Mr. Rinaldi.

“Just the energy that I have around my family and friends and being able to still live a normal life where I’m not halfway across the country training and not able to see them, it really helps a lot. I also have a set foundation in my church and with my wife, and when I got back home and was with my wife and my family and friends, it really honed in that I’m meant to be more than just a local legend. I’m meant to be one of the best in the world, and that’s my job. It really revitalized me. There’s something about this city that I love. It’s a beautiful, wonderful city, I grew up here and it gives me a great energy being around here.”

Those stories are among the best in any sport – the local kid does good and gets to perform in front of his family and friends in the city he calls home. But if Rinaldi has learned anything in a pro career that began in 2010, it’s that one fight can’t be given more weight than another. They’re all important, and if you lose sight of that, you’re a sitting duck for a hungry opponent. So while it’s nice to fight in North Carolina, where he holds a 4-1 record, it could be anywhere once the Octagon gate shuts.

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“This is my job and this is what I do for a living, so if I look past it (this fight) or look at it differently than anything else, then I’m gonna be setting myself up for failure,” he said. “So it is just my next fight and that way I’m always approaching the fights the same way, with the same amount of intensity, the same amount of energy, without putting any kind of emotion into it because once you inject emotion into work or anything like that, that’s when problems start happening. So I actually like looking at it much more surgically. I need to be as detached from it emotionally as possible.”

But beyond the setting, this fight is a pivotal one for the 30-year-old lightweight, who has seen a lot while building a 13-5 pro slate. Already the owner of wins over UFC vets Dennis Bermudez, Diego Saraiva and Clay Harvison, Rinaldi – who lost to Joe Proctor in the elimination round of The Ultimate Fighter 15 – has split his two UFC bouts thus far, losing to Abel Trujillo before submitting Alvaro Herrera, and if he can take the “0” from Gillespie’s record, that’s a statement, one that could alter his career trajectory in a positive way.

Rinaldi kicks Abel Trujillo in their lightweight bout during the UFC Fight Night event on May 29, 2016 in Las Vegas, NV. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC)“This is a huge profile fight, not because of me, but honestly because of Gregor, so the opportunity is huge for me, of course, and I like the fight,” he said. “But my media coverage hasn’t been that big because I’m only 1-1 in the UFC. I beat somebody I was supposed to beat in my last fight, and now, I expect after I win this fight that my profile might be blown up a little bit bigger.”

That’s just fine with him.

“That’s something you have to embrace in this job,” Rinaldi said. “That’s what we’re paid to do. (UFC President) Dana (White) was talking about us building a brand and that’s something I want to do. It’s just something I haven’t had the opportunity to do because I’m only 1-1 in the UFC. But with this win, I really believe it’s going to catapult me.”

Sounds like everything worked out the way Rinaldi wanted it to after all. UFC contract. FOX main card fight. And a home game.

“I’ve been put in a blessed situation,” he said. “I’ve been fighting a long time, trying to get to the UFC, and now that it’s finally happened, a year and a half after signing a contract with the UFC, I’m fighting in my hometown on the main card. It’s almost divine timing for me, and I think it’s great. I’m just very lucky, honestly.”

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Miocic and Cormier to coach TUF, Fight in July

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Las Vegas – The highly anticipated 27th season of The Ultimate Fighter® will see UFC® heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic coach opposite light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier. Following the series, which debuts Wednesday, April 18 on FS1, the two will battle for the heavyweight crown during the 7th annual UFC International Fight Week (July 3-7) at UFC 226®: MIOCIC vs. CORMIER at T-Mobile Arena on Saturday, July 7.

The Ultimate Fighter®: Undefeated will also feature a dynamic cast of unbeaten lightweight and featherweight fighters. Each tournament winner will receive a six-figure UFC contract. The season will air for 12 consecutive Wednesdays on FS1, followed by a live finale to be announced at a later date.

Both coaches recently defended their championships at UFC 220 earlier this month in Boston.

Miocic (18-2, fighting out of Independence, Ohio) netted his historic third heavyweight title defense with a dominant decision over dangerous striker Francis Ngannou. The NCAA Division I wrestler and Cleveland Golden Gloves boxing champion has been on a tear since 2015. Going into the bout with Ngannou, the consensus “baddest man on the planet” had earned five consecutive knockout victories against Junior Dos Santos, Alistair Overeem, Fabricio Werdum, Andrei Arlovski and Mark Hunt. Miocic now looks to lead his team to victory before further etching his name in the record books.

As for Cormier (20-1 1NC, fighting out of San Jose, Calif.), the former Olympian earned a spectacular TKO win against knockout artist Volkan Oezdemir. During his reign as light heavyweight champion, Cormier has also earned impressive title defense wins over Anthony Johnson and Alexander Gustafsson. The bout against Miocic will mark his first at heavyweight since defeating Roy Nelson in 2013. Prior to joining UFC, Cormier won the Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix by besting Josh Barnett in the final. He now aims to join Georges St-Pierre, Conor McGregor, BJ Penn and Randy Couture as a two-division UFC champion.

Below is a full list of competitors (name, professional record, age and fighting out of):

LIGHTWEIGHT
•    Thailand Clark – 7-0 | 28 | Fort Worth, Texas
•    Joe Giannetti – 6-0 | 22 | Norwell, Mass.
•    John Gunther – 6-0 | 32 | Cleveland, Ohio
•    José Martinez Jr.– 4-0 | 27 | Lorain, Ohio
•    Luis Peña – 4-0 | 24 | Hillsboro, Miss. by way of Naples, Italy
•    Richie Smullen – 3-0-1 | 26 | Arklow, Ireland
•    Mike Trizano – 6-0 | 25 | Ramsey, N.J.
•    Allan Zuniga – 13-0 | 25 | San Miguel, Costa Rica

FEATHERWEIGHT
•    Jay Cucciniello – 8-0 | 31 | Malaga, Spain by way of Dublin, Ireland
•    Tyler Diamond – 9-0 | 26 | Oroville, Calif.
•    Brad Katona – 6-0 | 25 | Dublin, Ireland by way of Winnipeg, Canada
•    Bryce Mitchell – 9-0 | 23 | Cabot, Ark.
•    Suman Mokhtarian – 8-0 | 25 | Sydney, Australia
•    Dulani Perry – 4-0 | 31 | Houston, Texas
•    Kyler Phillips – 5-0 | 22 | Surprise, Ariz.
•    Ricky Steele – 5-0 | 29 | Boise, Ida.

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UFC Fight Night Charlotte: Official Weigh-in

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Unfiltered Episode 165: Laila Ali Talks Ronda Rousey, and Derek Brunson Calls In

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Undefeated women’s boxing champion and author Laila Ali joins Jim and Matt in-studio to discuss her new cookbook, “Food For Life”, her past comments about Ronda Rousey, Muhammad Ali, Cyborg reaching out to her for sparring, differences between women’s boxing and women’s MMA, and much more. Later, #8 UFC Middleweight contender Derek Brunson calls in from Charlotte to break down his rematch with Jacare Souza and talks about being a totally different fighter now, Romero vs. Rockhold, getting a BJJ Purple belt from David Branch, and more. Plus, the guys discuss Karolina Kowalkiewicz vs. Felice Herrig at UFC 223, CM Punk’s Octagon return, and make their picks for UFC On FOX this weekend.

Full Episode Laila on possibly sparring with Cyborg Laila on the pressure of being Muhammad Ali’s daughter Laila on Ronda Rousey More Laila on Ronda Rousey Laila on Floyd vs. Conor Derek on the ramifications of a win over Jacare Derek is a hundred percent confident on the ground vs. Jacare Derek on why his rematch with Jacare doesn’t feel like a rematch

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