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- GRIFFIN VS. BONNAR REMATCH AT UFC 62

Forrest Griffin and Stephan Bonnar, who had a classic fight on the live finale of TUF 1, are scheduled to face each other once again at UFC 62...…

- WANDERLEI TO FACE CRO COP; NOGUEIRA VS. BARNETT

Dream Stage Entertainment has announced the semi-final match-ups for the Pride Open Weight Grand Prix...…

- BABALU TO GET “ALL ACCESS” TREATMENT

Renato "Babalu" Sobral will be the subject of the next "UFC All Access" special on Spike TV, and it will be very interesting to hear what he has to say...…

- WFA CEO THROWN OUT OF UFC 61

World Fighting Alliance CEO Jeremy Lappen talks about being removed from UFC 61, the WFA's July 22nd event, and the fierce competition between MMA promotions...…

- SYLVIA AND ORTIZ WIN AT UFC 61 (WITH PICTURES)

Tim Sylvia retained the UFC Heavyweight Title when he defeated Andrei Arlovski by unanimous decision, and Tito Ortiz defeated Ken Shamrock by TKO. We've got the full breakdown, along…

- CHUCK LIDDELL VS. WANDERLEI SILVA ANNOUNCED

The UFC has announced that Chuck Liddell and Wanderlei Silva will finally be fighting each other at a UFC event in November, provided that Liddell is able to successfully defend…

- UFC 61 PREVIEW: ORTIZ VS. SHAMROCK

Before The Ultimate Fighter ever debuted, and before the UFC was holding live events on free television, there was Tito Ortiz vs. Ken Shamrock. The second fight in this…

- PRIDE’S U.S. DRUG TESTING

When Pride runs its first show in the United States on October 21st at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, the drug testing will be different than it…

- PRIDE OPEN WEIGHT GRAND PRIX FINALS: SEPTEMBER 10

by MMAWeekly.com Staff PRIDE OPEN WEIGHT GRAND PRIX FINALS: SEPTEMBER 10 (The semi-finals and finals will take place on the same night) Grand Prix Semi-Final Bouts: -Mirko Cro Cop (#3…

- PRIDE GRAND PRIX REVIEW: AND THEN THERE WERE FOUR

Dream Stage Entertainment, the parent company of Pride Fighting Championships, managed to put on another excellent production despite the recent setbacks caused by Fuji TV's cancellation of their television contract...…