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Antoni Hardonk (8-6 MMA, 4-4 UFC) discusses his decision to retire from fighting and focus on...

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Antoni Hardonk (8-6 MMA, 4-4 UFC) discusses his decision to retire from fighting and focus on training other fighters with Ben Fowlkes: "In your twenties, you don't think about the future as much. You do whatever you feel like doing and you don't think about it. In your thirties, the future is more of a consideration. For me, I'm a good competitor, I have some talent, but I can't retire on that. I can survive, but that's basically it. So I decided I had to move on." In April, Hardonk opened his own gym – Dynamix Martial Arts in Santa Monica, Calif. – and began devoting more of his energy to teaching. Soon he had other UFC fighters like Jared Hamman and Vladimir Matyushenko training with him, and shortly thereafter fellow Dutchman Stefan Struve called him up, looking for a new boost in his training.

Vladimir Matyushenko Trained With Antoni Hardonk, Fabricio Werdum and Stephan Struve for Jon Jones

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Vladimir Matyushenko - It will take everything I got to beat Jon Jones

Vladimir Matyushenko trained with Antoni Hardonk, Fabricio Werdum and Stephan Struve for Jon Jones:...

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Vladimir Matyushenko trained with Antoni Hardonk, Fabricio Werdum and Stephan Struve for Jon Jones: (audio) - It will take everything I got to beat Jon Jones - How he relishes being an underdog - Jon Jones deserves every accolade he receives - Antoni Hardonk, Fabricio Werdum and Stephan Struve trained with Vladimir - Vladimir will try to bring the fight to Jon, keep Jon on his toes - The differences between the Soviet training system and the US training system - Despite not fighting in the UFC between stints, he was still training fighters for their UFC fights HT: The Fight Show with Mauro Ranallo UFC on Versus 2 coverage

The Tired, Poor, Huddled Masses That Are Professional MMA Fighters

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The Tired, Poor, Huddled Masses That Are Professional MMA Fighters

Pat Barry explains his emotional outburst following his TKO win over Antoni Hardonk at UFC 104: "I...

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Pat Barry explains his emotional outburst following his TKO win over Antoni Hardonk at UFC 104: "I showed up to this fight broke. When we got to Los Angeles on Tuesday, I had zero dollars to my life. I'm not even joking around. I had nothing sitting in the bank, nothing under the mattress at home, not even a piggy bank; nothing at all." "Two days before we got to LA, I was literally eating white rice and ketchup. I didn't want to say anything because I didn't want anybody to worry or figure I was taking this fight for the money because I really wanted to fight. Financially I had nothing. I had no choice but to win." HT: Fighters Only

UFC 104: Lyoto Machida vs. Mauricio "Shogun" Rua in Pictures

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UFC 104: Lyoto Machida vs. Mauricio "Shogun" Rua in Pictures. Experience the event in still shots.

Monday Morning Wrap Up: UFC 104 Lyoto Machida vs Mauricio Shogun Rua Plus DREAM.12 Coverage and Commentary

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Monday Morning Wrap Up: UFC 104 Lyoto Machida vs Mauricio Shogun Rua Plus DREAM.12 Coverage and Commentary

UFC 104 Post Fight Analysis - Random Thoughts

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UFC 104 Post Fight Analysis - Random Thoughts

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