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The Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix belt. I'm not so sure about the "adhesive label" look...

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The Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix belt. I'm not so sure about the "adhesive label" look of the nameplates. Photo by Annie Van Tornhout

Ever wonder why Daniel Cormier is fighting as one of the smallest men in the heavyweight division?...

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Ever wonder why Daniel Cormier is fighting as one of the smallest men in the heavyweight division? Because he wrecked his kidneys cutting weight. Kid Nate looks at the risk of this common practice at MMA Nation.

Strikeforce heavyweight Daniel Cormier improved to 6-0 on Friday, defending his XMMA title in...

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Strikeforce heavyweight Daniel Cormier improved to 6-0 on Friday, defending his XMMA title in Sydney, Australia, with a first-round stoppage win over Soa Palelei. The two-time Olympic wrestler opened up a cut on "The Hulk" early, and then secured the win when Palelei verbally submitted to strikes. Other winners on the card included "Big" Jim York, Xavier Lucas, Peter Graham and Mike Kyle. Fight News Australia has full results from the show. Photo by Dave Mandel for Sherdog.

Australia's XMMA promotion has confirmed two heavyweight title fights for their November 5 show in...

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Australia's XMMA promotion has confirmed two heavyweight title fights for their November 5 show in Sydney. XMMA World Heavyweight Title Bout Daniel Cormier (5-0) vs. Soa Palelei (11-2) XMMA Oceania Heavyweight Title Bout "Big" Jim York (14-4) vs. Lucas Browne (6-1) Welterweight Bout Xavier Lucas (7-1-1) vs. TBA Source: Fight News Australia

Daniel Cormier (5-0) wants to take on Chad Griggs (9-1) and avenge Bobby Lashley's loss: "(Chad...

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Daniel Cormier (5-0) wants to take on Chad Griggs (9-1) and avenge Bobby Lashley's loss: "(Chad Griggs) is coming off of a big win, I've been picking up some big wins. ... I say let's do it. I think it's a good fight for me and a good fight for the fans. He'll stand in there and swing 'em and I'll stand in there and swing 'em. It's not going to be me just taking him down. I will stand in there in front of him and we will bang it out. I think it's a real entertaining fight and I think people should want to see it because it's a natural progression. Both of us are free right now and if Strikeforce decides to put it on the table, I would sign that contract in a heartbeat." "Honestly, I would find some comfort in knowing that I avenged Bobby's loss. It's always hard to watch your friends go out like Bobby did or like Mo did. I would find some joy in that and I would do it and I think it's the right thing right now." --Photo by strikeforce.com

One week after pounding out previously unbeaten Lucas Browne in Australia, it appears former U.S....

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One week after pounding out previously unbeaten Lucas Browne in Australia, it appears former U.S. Olympic wrestler Daniel Cormier (3-0) has already booked a return trip Down Under. Australian heavyweight Soa Palelei (11-2) tells InfiniteMMA that he and Cormier will battle for the XMMA Heavyweight title on November 6th in Sydney. Before worrying about Palelei, however, Cormier will have other matters to attend to. Next Friday, August 13th, he'll take on King of the Cage heavyweight champ Tony Johnson Jr. (4-0) in a scheduled five-round title bout. Eight days later on August 21st, Cormier will re-enter the Strikeforce cage to face Jason Riley (9-3) in Houston, Texas. Photo by Dave Mandel for Sherdog. Strikeforce: Houston coverage

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