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Aldo injured, McGregor fight in doubt

A reported fracture rib suffered in a sparing sessions might force Jose Aldo to pull out of his anticipated title defense against Conor McGregor.

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Kimbo knocks out Shamrock in grudge match

Both Ken Shamrock and Kimbo Slice looked beyond old in their headlining fight at Bellator 138 but the nostalgia of watching them made it pretty exciting.

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UFC needs to reward winning, i.e., Ryan Bader

Despite losing two of his last three fights, Alexander Gustafsson was choose as the next light heavyweight challenger over Ryan Bader, winner of four-straight.

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Werdum out-classes a rusty Velasquez

Fabricio Werdum traded in his interim championship for the real thing as he completely dominated Cain Velasquez and made him tap out in the third round.

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Hendo’s H-Bomb drops Boetsch in first

Don’t send Dan Henderson out to pasture just yet. His H-Bomb still has some massive power behind it and in just 28 seconds he knocked out one of the toughest fighters in the middleweight division: Tim Boetsch. At the age of 44 and coming off five losses in his last six fights, Henderson went into his fight against Boetch as a massive underdog but came out as the second all-time winningest fighter in UFC/Pride/Strikeforce/WEC history, trailing only Wanderlei Silva by three. Boetsch, who has proven he can take a punch over his career, went right at Henderson but he rocked…

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