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Source: http://ninjashoes.net/forum/showthread.php?83428-Stick-the-landing&goto=newpost

Thiago Alves  Andre Amade  Dean Amasinger  Jimmy Ambriz Matt Andersen 

Best stuff to watch on WWE Network?

So I’ve been watching the network. If you aren’t aware, you can get a free week preview right now.

Right now I am watching Hell in a Cell from 1998, I feel like I fell into a time warp.

What is funny is that I didn’t realize at first how many damn PPV’s were in here. I want to watch some old Chris Jericho in WCW before he went to WWF/WWE where they forced him to just use the same 5 moves. He used to bust out tons of different moves every time he wrestled and was known as one of the most technically proficient guys around.

Source: http://ninjashoes.net/forum/showthread.php?83274-Best-stuff-to-watch-on-WWE-Network&goto=newpost

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Stunner: Renan Barao yanked from UFC 177 during difficult weight cut

Former bantamweight champion Renan Barao suffered some sort of incident while cutting weight in his hotel room in Sacramento, Calif., on Friday and was pulled from his title bout Saturday at Sleep Train Arena in the main event of UFC 177 against champion T.J. Dillashaw for medical reasons.

It remains unclear the nature of Barao’s medical condition, but one UFC source said, “I know he’s going to be fine, but he’s definitely not fighting Saturday.”

Nova Uniao, Barao’s fight team, issued a statement to MMA Fighting. The statement said Barao was dizzy when getting out of the tub, slipped and hit his head against the wall. It said he passed out and was taken to the hospital.

UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta said Barao was taken to the hospital for precautionary reasons.

 ”Safety has to come first,” Fertitta said. “We just wanted to make sure he was all right. My understanding is that he is [OK] and that everyone was being extra cautious, so he was taken to the hospital to be checked.”

Considered a large bantamweight, Barao was replaced in the main event by Joe Soto. Soto, who will be making his UFC debut, had been scheduled to fight Anthony Birchak in the openight fight of the night. Now, he’ll shift to the main event to challenge Dillashaw. Soto is 15-2 and on a six-fight winning streak.

Immediately after weighing in, Dillashaw accused Barao of being afraid.

“He’s scared, you know?” Dillashaw said while being interviewed by UFC television analyst Joe Rogan on the stage only seconds after successfully making weight. “He don’t want it. His coaches wanted the rematch more than he did. He’s made this weight before and it’s funny he didn’t want to do it now.”

Soto, a former Bellator champion, said he had was excited to get the opportunity. He said he accepted the bout without hesitation.

“This is something you have to step up for, something you can’t pass up,” Soto said. “When you have opportunities like this, you jump at them. When the matchmakers asked me if I wanted this fight, I said yes immediately.”

It was the third hit the card took in recent weeks. The original co-main event was a flyweight title fight between Demetrious Johnson and Chris Cariaso. That was moved to the main event of UFC 178 on Sept. 27 in Las Vegas when light heavyweight champion Jon Jones injured a knee in wrestling practice and had to pull out of his fight with Daniel Cormer.

It comes on the heels of the cancellation of UFC 176, when featherweight champion Jose Aldo, Barao’s teammate, had to pull out of his fight on Aug. 2 in Los Angeles, with an injury. 

Earlier on Friday, former Olympic wrestling gold medalist Henry Cejudo had to pull out of his fight with Scott Jorgensen, also for undisclosed medical reasons.

Source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/mma-cagewriter/stunner–renan-barao-yanked-from-ufc-177-during-difficult-weight-cut-230703830.html

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Fortunes changed for five in UFC’s return to Japan

Source: http://www.mmafighting.com/2014/9/21/6677665/fortunes-changed-for-five-in-ufcs-return-to-japan

Karen Grigoryan Kendall Grove Clay Guida Jason Guida Melvin Guillard

Todd Duffee Returns to the Octagon at UFC 181 Against Anthony Hamilton

After being forced away from mixed martial arts since 2012 due to a Parsonage-Turner syndrome diagnosis, Todd Duffee will return to the Octagon against Anthony Hamilton at UFC 181 on Dec. 6.

Source: http://www.sherdog.com/news/news/Todd-Duffee-Returns-to-the-Octagon-at-UFC-181-Against-Anthony-Hamilton-74079

Marcus Aurelio  Mikhail Avetisyan Luiz Azeredo  Luciano Azevedo  Ba Te er 

M-1 Challenge 50 Official Weights and Pictures

M-1 Challenge 50: Battle on Neva
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M-1 Challenge 50: Battle on Neva
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MAIN EVENT – M-1 CHALLENGE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP – 3 X 5
DAMIAN GRABOWSKI (19-1-0), Champion, Poland 247 LBS. (112.0 KG.)
MARCIN TYBURA (10-0-0), Challenger, Poland 245 LBS. (111.1 KG.)
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(L-R) Damian Grabowski, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Marcin Tybura

CO-FEATURE – M-1 CHALLENGE LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP – 5 X 5
STEPHAN PUETZ (10-1-0), Champion, Germany 204 ¼ LBS. (92.7 KG.)
LUIS FERNANDO MIRANDA (12-1-0), Challenger, Brazil 201 ½ LBS.(91.4 KG.)

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(L-R) Stephan Puetz, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Luis Fernando Miranda

SUPER FIGHT – FEATHERWEIGHTS – 3 X 5
IVAN BUCHINGER (26-4-0), Poland 144 ¾ LBS. (65.7 KG.)
MIKHAIL MALYUTIN (26-12-0), Russia 145 LBS. (65.8 KG.)

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(L-R) Ivan Buchinger, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Mikhail Malyutin

SUPER FIGHT – WELTERWEIGHTS – 3 X 5
DANIEL TABERA (17-5-3), Spain 170 LBS. (77.1 KG.)
ILYA DODERKIN (5-0-0), Russia 169 ¾ LBS. (77.0 KG.)

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(L-R) Daniel Tabera, M-1 Global promoter Vadin Finkelchtein and Ilya Doderkin

SUPER FIGHT – FEATHERWEIGHTS – 3 X 5
KAMIL MARON (5-1-0), Poland 144 ½ LBS. (65.5 KG.)
NIKITA CHISTYAKOV (1-1-0), Russia 144 ½ LBS. (65.5 KG.)

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LIGHTWEIGHTS – 2 X 5
SABA BOLAGHI (1-0-0), Germany 154 ½ LBS. (70.1 KG.)
ZULFIKAR USMANOV (6-3-0), Russia 154 ¼ LBS. (70.0 KG.)

PRELIMINARY CARD

LIGHTWEIGHTS – 2 X 5
MARAT BALAYEV (pro debut), Russia, 154 ¾ LBS. (70.2 KG.)
ISSAC ALVARADO (1-0-0), Spain 155 LBS. (70.3 KG.)

WELTERWEIGHTS – 2 X 5
STANLSLAV ROGOV (pro debut), Russia 165 LBS. (74.9 KG.)
ADAM TSUROV (pro debut), Inqushetia 169 ½ LBS. (76.9 KG.)

MIDDLEWEIGHTS – 2 X 5
DAUREN ERMEKOV (pro debut), Kazakhstan 185 ¾ LBS. (84.3 KG.)
HABIB ISAEV (pro debut), Russia 184 ½ LBS. (83.7 KG.)

ROS STROILNVEST CUP SEMIFINALS – LIGHTWEIGHTS – 2 X 3
ARTEM GLYBCHAK (pro debut), Russia 154 ½ LBS. (70.0 KG.)
DANIYAR ISMAILOV (pro debut), Russia 152 ½ LBS. (69.2 KG.)

ROS STROILNVEST CUP SEMIFINALS – LIGHTWEIGHTS – 2 X 3
ANTON TELEPNEV (6-4-0), St. Petersburg, Russia 154 ½ LBS. (70.0 KG.)
JYRGAL EMILBEK (pro debut), Russia 154 LBS. (69.9 KG.)

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Zuffa puts entire UFC 175 event on Youtube for free.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9GhTaCgNn0

Somebody fucked up good and is getting fired for this.

I’m kind of pissed. Can I get my $55 back? I paid $55 for an event that has a fight cancelled and then is given away for free immediately?

Source: http://ninjashoes.net/forum/showthread.php?83219-Zuffa-puts-entire-UFC-175-event-on-Youtube-for-free&goto=newpost

Allan Goes Takanori The Fireball Kid Gomi Akihiro Gono Gabriel Gonzaga Lyman Good

Happy B-Day Narb

Happy B-Day.

:sifone:

Source: http://ninjashoes.net/forum/showthread.php?83259-Happy-B-Day-Narb&goto=newpost

Ryo Piranha Chonan  Dan The Sandman Christison  Logan The Pink Pounder Clark  Steve The Snake Claveau  Rich No Love Clementi 

With Chael gone…

…who’s the current shittiest fighter making the most money?

I’d have to either go with Wanderlei or Frank Mir.

Source: http://ninjashoes.net/forum/showthread.php?83276-With-Chael-gone&goto=newpost

Karen Darabedyan Viacheslav Datsik Marcus Davis  Tony DeSouza  Edwin Dewees 

Where’s that idiot we have here from the Ukraine

Did you shoot that plane? You sick piece of shit

Source: http://ninjashoes.net/forum/showthread.php?83289-Where-s-that-idiot-we-have-here-from-the-Ukraine&goto=newpost

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