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- SENGOKU FOURTH BATTLE: AUGUST 24 IN JAPAN

by MMAWeekly.com Staff SENGOKU FOURTH BATTLE: AUGUST 24, 2008 venue: Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan First Round of Lightweight Tournament: -Clay French vs. Satoru Kitaoka -Eiji Mitsuoka vs. Rodrigo…

- UFC 85: MARCUS DAVIS EXPECTS A KNOCKOUT

Marcus Davis expects his UFC 85 bout against Mike Swick will end by knockout...…

- A WORD FROM THE ASIAN SENSATION…

MMAWeekly.com's Al Yu gives his thoughts on the fledgling MMA career of Kevin Ferguson and the hype machine behind Kimbo Slice ...…

- PETRESCU WINS QUESTIONABLE STOPPAGE AT UWC 7

Ultimate Warrior Challenge 7 played out in Essex, England, to a busy Southend Leisure Centre with some absolutely stunning bouts and, unfortunately, some questionable refereeing ...…

- UFC VET SHONIE CARTER WINS AT INCEPTION

Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran Shonie Carter returned to the winner's circle on Friday night in Merrillville, Ind. ...…

- ROUND 5 RELEASES SERIES 2 OF MMA COLLECTIBLES

Round 5 recently announced Series 2 of its Champions Line of mixed martial arts collectible figures ...…

- CBS-ELITE XC REVIEW: KIMBO BY CONTROVERSY

With 8,033 in attendance at the Prudential Center in New Jersey, CBS and EliteXC debuted the first-ever mixed martial arts event to be telecast live in prime time on broadcast…

- AFL REVIEW: THREE TITLES AND TWO BIG SIGNINGS

Three title belts were on the line as the American Fight League stormed into Atlanta. The promotion also announced the signing of top female fighter Tara Larosa and former WWE…

- WEC 34 RESULTS AND LIVE PLAY-BY-PLAY

MMAWeekly.com will bring you full results and play-by-play of Sunday night's WEC 34 from Sacramento, featuring Urijah Faber and Jens Pulver ...…

- UFC 84 OFFICIAL GATE AND ATTENDANCE TOTALS

The gate and attendance figures for UFC 84, headlined by B.J. Penn vs. Sean Sherk, were released on Friday by the NSAC ...…