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- WHITEHEAD HEADLINES RITC THIS SATURDAY

Mike Whitehead once again returns to Rage in the Cage in Arizona to headline the show...…

Exclusive: Kimo Speaks Out About Drug Test

Exclusive: Kimo Speaks Out About Drug Test

Kimo Leopoldo spoke exclusively with MMAWeekly about the series of events that led up to his positive test for steroids, his removal from the WFA's pay-per-view event, and his immediate…

- PHIL BARONI ON UFC, PRIDE, AND SHAMROCK FIGHT

Although things could certainly change again, it now appears that Phil Baroni will not be part of the UFC's November card, based on what Baroni stated in an interview with…

- BENNETT BENEFIT ALL-STAR SEMINAR

MMA All-Stars will be putting on a seminar to raise money for the Bennett family today.…

- PAT SMITH TO RETURN IN DENVER

Pat Smith, who fought on the first ever UFC card, is scheduled to return to the ring in September...…

- UFC DRUG TEST RESULTS AND COSTS

The Nevada State Athletic Commission's drug test results for the past three UFC events have all come back clean. While main event fighters are normally drug tested, the fighters…

- WEC: THE HITMAN RESULTS

Wes Sims pulls off the drop kick and the warriors battle it out for Ryan Bennett at WEC: The Hitman. Here are the results.…

- DAN HENDERSON GETTING READY FOR GP

MMAWeekly TV caught up with Dan Henderson as he was preparing for his upcoming fight in the Pride Bushido GP. Henderson told MMAWeekly, "I really didn't want to do the…

- FIGHT NETWORK COMMITTED TO MMAWEEKLY

Mike Garrow, the President of The Fight Network, sends an open letter to the fans of MMAWeekly regarding their commitment to the site and its future...…

- KID YAMAMOTO & SUDO OUT OF HERO’S TOURNEY

Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto and Genki Sudo are both out of the upcoming K-1 Hero's 154-pound tournament. Meanwhile, Carlos Newton and Kazushi Sakuraba have been announced for the 187-pound tournament...…