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UFC 129: Vladimir Matyushenko Plans to Keep it Standing With Jason Brilz

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UFC Light Heavyweight Vladimir Matyushenko gives his thoughts on his upcoming fight at UFC 129. "The Janitor" will be facing Jason Brilz and has been preparing with his main training partners Jared...

Alexandre "Cacareco" Ferreira will get another shot in the UFC following his TKO loss to Vladimir...

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Alexandre "Cacareco" Ferreira will get another shot in the UFC following his TKO loss to Vladimir Matyushenko at UFC 122, although UFC officials have suggested to his trainers that he cut down to middleweight for his next fight, as Tatame reports. Photo: UFC
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UFC 120 - Bisping: "I couldn’t care less who he trains with."

Written by Penny Buffington UFC 120: BISPING vs. AKIYAMA event is taking place Saturday, October 16.  live from the O2 Arena in London, England airing free on Spike TV. The UFC 120 media...

MMA Junkie reports that a long-awaited addition to the UFC light heavyweight roster is now...

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MMA Junkie reports that a long-awaited addition to the UFC light heavyweight roster is now official, as Brazilian submission master Alexandre "Cacareco" Ferreira (18-6) has signed with the organization and will face Vladimir Matyushenko next month in Germany at UFC 122, as a replacement for the injured Jason Brilz. -- photo via Tatame UFC 122: Marquardt vs. Okami coverage

USAT/SBN August MMA Consensus Rankings: Light Heavyweight

The biggest news in the 205lb class involved two young wrestlers, one on the rise, one due for a fall. #9 Jon Jones cracks the top 10 after crucifying #29 (was #24) Vladimir Matyushenko at UFC on...

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Strikeforce's One Sided Marketing Backfires Again

  Strikeforce: Houston has come and gone, and we were graced with a pair of very interesting upsets.  Chad Griggs put a halt to the Bobby Lashley 2011 title talk with a stoppage victory at the end...

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.

Judo Chop: Jon Jones Unleashes the Salaverry

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A technical break down of the moves employed by UFC fighter Jon Jones in his win over Vladimir Matyushenko at UFC on Versus 2.

UFC on Versus 2 fighter salaries / payroll according to mmajunkie.com: Jon Jones: $46,000...

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UFC on Versus 2 fighter salaries / payroll according to mmajunkie.com: Jon Jones: $46,000 ($23,000 win) def. Vladimir Matyushenko: $31,000 Yushin Okami: $46,000 ($23,000 win) def. Mark Munoz: $22,000 Jake Ellenberger: $24,000 ($12,000 win) def. John Howard: $15,000 Takanori Gomi: $80,000 ($40,000 win) def. Tyson Griffin: $30,000 Jacob Volkmann: $20,000 ($10,000 win) def. Paul Kelly: $17,000 Matt Riddle: $24,000 ($12,000 win) def. DaMarques Johnson: $10,000 Igor Pokrajac: $12,000 ($6,000 win) def. James Irvin: $20,000 Brian Stann: $34,000 ($17,000 win) def. Mike Massenzio: $5,000 Charles Oliveira: $12,000 ($6,000 win) def. Darren Elkins: $8000 Rob Kimmons: $18,000 ($9,000 win) def. Steve Steinbeiss: $6,000 "UFC officials handed out $40,000 UFC on Versus 2 bonuses to Gomi (Knockout of the Night), Oliveira (Submission of the Night), and Stann and Massenzio (Fights of the Night)." -- photo via ufc.com UFC on Versus 2 coverage

UFC on Versus 2 Post-Fight: Jon Jones Wants to Face a Top Contender... or James Toney

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Jon Jones wants to take a step up in competition and fight the best light heavyweights in the world, or move up to heavyweight so he could face James Toney.

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