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UFC Mexico City goes down tonight (Sat. September 21, 2019) from the Mexico City Arena in Mexico City, Mexico. The world’s leading mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion compiled an excellent card for fight fans to enjoy.  It’s headlined by a featherweight meeting between Yair Rodriguez and Jeremy Stephens. Rodriguez is coming off a spectacular last-second
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Jeremy Stephens plans to ’embarrass’ Yair Rodríguez in UFC on ESPN+ 17 main event [embedded content] (Courtesy of MMAJunkie.com) Featherweight contenders Jeremy Stephens and Yair Rodriguez headline Saturdays UFC on ESPN+ 17 fight card in Mexico City, Mexico. Stephens has strong ties to Mexico, but travels into Rodriguez’ homeland with the intention of embarrassing “El
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4:31 PM ET Former UFC champion Rashad Evans has secured his release from the promotion in anticipation of a probable comeback, according to his manager Ali Abdelaziz. Evans, 39, retired from mixed martial arts in June 2018. The former light heavyweight titleholder has been back in the gym lately, however, and is strongly considering a
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The new Straight Blast Gym (SBG) training facility in Dublin, Ireland, is supposed to be the next generation of mixed martial arts (MMA) gyms. After all, the 16,500 square-foot space has already been dubbed “The Monster” by current SBG members. In order to properly unveil the state-of-the-art gym, SBG is hosting a grand opening this
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10:41 AM ET The main event pitting two of the UFC’s most exciting featherweights is official, as Yair Rodriguez and Jeremy Stephens both weighed in at 145 pounds even Friday morning. The two men will meet in the UFC Mexico City feature bout Saturday night on ESPN+. Both have been training at altitude in Mexico
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The UFC 244 press conference was held last Thursday night in New York City to help promote the upcoming “Masvidal vs. Diaz” pay-per-view (PPV) fight card this November inside Madison Square Garden, a mixed martial arts (MMA) event that will crown its first (and only) “Bad Mother Fucker.” That’s a pretty lofty title to use
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8:58 PM ET Greg Hardy‘s next UFC bout will take place on Oct. 18 in Boston, instead of Oct. 26 in Singapore as originally planned. Hardy (5-1) has agreed to meet promotional newcomer Ben Sosoli (7-2) at UFC Fight Night on Oct. 18, according to sources. The heavyweight prospect was supposed to face Jarjis Danho
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