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  1. Titan Fighting Championship
    Titan FC
    04.20.2018, 6:54 PM ET
  2. Author: MB alias Mboris Approver: WastelandWanderer



    Current Champions:

    Welterweight (170 lbs) - Jose Caceres

    Lightweight (155 lbs) - Raush Manfio

    Featherweight (145 lbs) - Jason Soares

    Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Jose Torres

    Flyweight (125 lbs) - Jose Torres

    Women's Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Vacant

  3. Eddie "The Sledgehammer" Haws
    Eddie Haws
    04.15.2018, 3:07 AM ET
  4. Author: Barcombtko Approver: gunn4206

    Eddie "The Sledgehammer" Haws choked out Frank Mazepa 20 seconds into the first round to claim the Colosseum Fighting Alliance (CFA) Middleweight Championship on April 9th, 2016 in Latham, New York.


    On May 4th, 2018, Haws is set to battle John Gotti III in a welterweight matchup at CES NY in Westbury, NY. 

    Barcombtko
    • Member Since: 02.19.2014

    Barcombtko   |   04.15.2018 1:41 AM

    Updated to reflect upcoming fight.

  5. Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki
    KSW
    04.14.2018, 6:29 PM ET
  6. Author: joe kerr Approver: Gregory

    Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki was created by two men - Martin Lewandowski and Maciej Kawulski (commonly known as K&L to the fans) back in 2004 and started up as a fascination with the early Gracie Challenge/style vs. style/early UFC 8 man tournaments and PRIDE FC. For the first events (the very first happening in the hotel where Lewandowski was the manager) 8 men (gradually alternates have been added), each from a different martial arts background would fight it out in a ring in an elimination tournament with no weight limits until only the Tournament Champion remained.

    As time passed, a lot has changed, that included gradually stepping away from the tournament format, including and later tweaking weight classes, creating a set of rules and leaving the white ring in favour of a cage (that included a little known, yet very important trial run cage event held by KSW as early as in 2010). As of 2016 KSW has become the première Polish promotion, one of the biggest in Europe and recognized internationally.

    The current KSW Champions are:

    HW (120.2 kg): Phil De Fries
    LHW (93 kg): Tomasz Narkun
    MW (83.9 kg): Mamed Khalidov
    WW (77.1 kg): Dricus Du Plessis
    LW (70.3 kg): Mateusz Gamrot
    FW (65.8 kg): Vacant

    Women FLW (56.7 kg, previously 55 kg): Ariane Lipski

  7. Brave Combat Federation
    BCF
    04.14.2018, 10:49 AM ET
  8. Author: MassaBruce Approver: Gregory

    Current Brave CF Champions: 



    Light Heavyweight (205 lbs)- Klidson Farias

    Welterweight (170 lbs)- Carlston Harris 

    Lightweight (155 lbs)- Ottman Azaitar

    Interim Lightweight (155 lbs)-  Lucas Martins

    Featherweight (145 lbs)- Elias Boudegzdame

    Bantamweight (135 lbs)- Stephen Loman

  9. Khabib "The Eagle" Nurmagomedov
    Khabib Nurmagomedov
    04.11.2018, 3:53 PM ET
  10. Author: Dana Black Approver: AnAlias

    Khabib Nurmagomedov holds a black belt in Judo who also competed in Sambo. He is a 2 time Russian Combat Sambo Champion and a 2 time World Sambo Champion. He began his MMA career in 2008 and hasn't looked back racking up wins for Pankration, M-1 and ProFC bringing his record to 16-0.

    The UFC would take notice and sign the rising star and he would not disappoint finishing 2 out of 4 opponents in the Octagon. He would pick up the wins over some tough veterans in Thiago Tavares, Gleison Tibau and a win over Kamal Shalarous in his debut. He followed it with a dominating victory over striker Abel Trujillo at UFC 160, by putting on a grappling clinic and scoring a record number of take downs in a UFC fight (21 out of 27 attempted).

    Khabib's next UFC fights were at UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson on September 21st, 2013 against Pat Healy and on April 19th, 2014 against Rafael dos Anjos at  UFC on FOX 11: Werdum vs. Browne.   Khabib earned unanimous decision victories in both fights running his undefeated mma record to 22-0.   


    Khabib tore his Meniscus training for a fight against Cowboy Donald Cerrone and tore it once more when the fight was rescheduled. He was scheduled to face Tony Ferguson at the TUF 22 Finale, but broke a rib in training. 


    After two years of being plagued with injuries, Khabib finally returned to the octagon on April 16th 2016 to face Pennsylvania prospect Darrell Horcher, who replaced the injured Tony Ferguson. After a brief feeling-out process in round 1, Khabib quickly finished Horcher via ground-and-pound TKO in round 2. 


    The UFC sought to bring Khabib and Tony Ferguson once more into the octagon for UFC on FOX 19, however the fight was canceled yet again. This time, however, it was Ferguson who pulled out due to injury. Michael Johnson replaced the injured Ferguson and the bout was rescheduled for UFC 205. The first round saw Khabib encountering a fleeting moment of adversity, when Johnson hit Khabib with a quick right hook, causing the Dagestani to wobble briefly. However, that was only highlight of Johnson's night, as Khabib delivered a one-sided beating which ended in a submission victory via Kimura. 


    Coming off a dominant victory over Michael Johnson, Khabib was scheduled to face Tony Ferguson for the third time at UFC 209. All signs were pointing to both fighters making it to the cage in the lead up. However during weigh-ins, Khabib was nowhere to be found. It was later reported that he entered a hospital due to complications stemming from a bad weight cut. The fight was canceled. 


    Nine months later, Khabib faced Edson Barboza at UFC 219. For this camp, Khabib hired nutritionist Tyler Minton and was able to comfortably make 155.5 lbs. Khabib won the fight in a lopsided 30-25x2, 30-24 unanimous decision. 


    Finally...for the fourth time...Khabib was scheduled to Tony Ferguson at UFC 223 for the UFC lightweight championship. On April 1st 2018, it was reported that Ferguson tore his MCL while fulfilling his media obligations for the UFC. The fight was canceled, and Dana White commented that he would never reschedule it again. With a week left until fight night, the UFC scrambled to find a replacement and UFC Featherweight Champion Max Holloway offered to take the fight. However, a day before the fight the NYSAC ruled that Holloway was unfit to compete due to concerns of his rapid weight cut. Paul Felder, who was scheduled to face Al Iaquinta, offered to serve as a short notice replacement, but the NYSAC rejected him due to Felder being unranked. Anthony Pettis, who was originally scheduled to face Michael Chiesa who pulled out due to lacerations on his face he received from the bus incident with Conor McGregor, was sought as a replacement, however a disagreement emerged over pay. Ultimately, Ragin' Al Iaquinta offered his services to take the fight on a day's notice and save the card. 


    On April 7th 2018, Khabib faced Al Iaquinta for the UFC lightweight championship. In the first round, Iaquinta was able to pressure Khabib and seize octagon control. For a grappler who depends on the cage for his takedowns, Khabib was forced to shoot for takedowns in the middle of the cage, something that's not often seen. With a little perseverance, Khabib was able to take Iaquinta down and begin his ground and pound for the first two rounds. A question on many people's minds was whether Khabib could keep up for five whole rounds and pace himself. This question was answered when Khabib surprisingly decided to stand with Iaquinta in rounds 3 and 4. Khabib later stated that his corner wasn't happy with him deviating from the gameplan and playing into Iaquinta's strength, which is his boxing. Finally in round 5, we see Khabib return to his gameplan and take Iaquinta down.


    Khabib Nurmagomedov defeated Al Iaquinta by unanimous decision (50-44x2, 50-43) to become the UFC lightweight champion. 

  11. Ultimate Fighting Championship
    UFC
    04.08.2018, 2:59 PM ET
  12. Author: MassaBruce Approver: PuertoRicanThunder

    Current Champions:

    Heavyweight (265 lbs) - Stipe Miocic

    Light Heavyweight (205 lbs) - Daniel Cormier

    Middleweight (185 lbs) - Robert Whittaker

    Welterweight (170 lbs) - Tyron Woodley

    Lightweight (155 lbs) - Khabib Nurmagomedov

    Featherweight (145 lbs) - Max Holloway 

    Bantamweight (135 lbs) - TJ Dillashaw

    Flyweight (125 lbs) - Demetrious Johnson

    Women's Featherweight (145 lbs) - Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino

    Women's Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Amanda Nunes

    Women's Flyweight (125 lbs) - Nicco Montano

    Women's Strawweight (115 lbs) - Rose Namajunas

  13. "The North Woods Nightmare" Kevin Haley
    Kevin Haley
    04.03.2018, 11:14 PM ET
  14. Author: K3V1NTH Approver: Gregory

    Kevin Haley

     “The North Woods Nightmare” 

     MMA Record: 6-4 (3 Wins by Submission) 

     Born: August 24, 1982 (Pittsburg, NH) 

     Weight Class: Light Heavyweight/ Cruiserweight 

     Height: 6’2 

     Weight: 215 

     Reach: 73” 

     Affiliation/ Gym: Nostos MMA/ White Mountain BJJ 

     Coaches: Devin Powell (Nostos MMA), Craig Willey (White Mountain BJJ) 

     Base/ Discipline: Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Boxing 

    Notable Training Partners: Devin Powell (UFC/WSOF), Jesse Merritt (KOTC)

     Resides: Durham, NH    


      Haley, a native of New Hampshire’s Great North Woods, graduated from Pittsburg High School (New Hampshire) in 2000, amongst a class of just 15 students. Kevin’s competitive nature is something ingrained within him, born into a family of 4 brothers who grew up emulating Herculean superstars from football, hockey, and boxing, as well as the word of professional wrestling. A three sport athlete in high school, Kevin has always been eager to test himself through physical competition. Haley went on to further his education at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2007. While in college, Kevin spent much of his free time at Southside Fitness, a local gym, where he molded his already athletic body into a muscular and more powerful physique. His strength would become overwhelmingly evident when he stepped on the mats at Team Anubis MMA in Rollinsford, NH with a new sport in mind: Mixed Martial Arts. Like any other athletic feat, MMA came naturally to Kevin and soon he was dominating any training partner his coach, Dominic Fiandaca, would put in front of him. Haley would begin to train closely with both Fiandaca and Jesse Merritt, a former boxer turned MMA fighter, who would become Kevin’s main sparring partner. In addition to Fiandaca’s knowledge of combat sports, Merritt would pass on his knowledge of striking and offer a challenging sparring partner for Haley as he continued to translate his athleticism into the sport of MMA. After starting off his amateur career with two straight wins by stoppage the word spread that Haley wasn’t just a mismatch in his home gym of Anubis, but a mismatch for almost anyone in New England’s Light Heavyweight division.  

       In April of 2013, at Cage Titans 14, “The North Woods Nightmare” would make his highly anticipated professional debut a successful one, knocking out 14 fight veteran Travis “The Villain” Lerchen (5-9) in the first round and putting the entire division on notice. In his second professional fight the competition would take a step up as Haley found himself in a three-round battle with veteran Steve Skrzat (6-6) at Gladius Fights 6. Skrzat landed illegal elbows to the back of Haley’s head that got Skrzat disqualified in the third round, thus furthering Haley’s record to 2-0 as a professional. Haley would later grant Skrzat the opportunity for a rematch due to the nature of the stoppage in their first fight, which would take place at CES 34 nearly three years after their first bout, although this time Haley would take the stoppage into his own hands, earning a second round TKO victory over Skrzat. Haley made quick work of New England combat sports veteran, Ralph Johnson (6-9), to climb his undefeated record to 3-0 with a first round submission victory.      

      Kevin would face many firsts in his next bout when he made his Heavyweight debut against Mark Griffin (4-3-1) at CFX 24. In what would be Kevin’s first title fight, first fight at Heavyweight, and ultimately the first loss of his MMA career he would succumb to a second round TKO after pushing the pace through the first 7 minutes. This setback would snap a string of five consecutive victories to start his career in the sport. Kevin would subsequently drop his next two fights to Jesse McElligott (4-1) and, on short notice, current UFC fighter, Eric Spicely (5-0) both by submission. Kevin turned to his Brazilian Jiu Jitsu coach Craig Willey of White Mountain BJJ in Ashland, NH to work on his grappling techniques and submission skills in an effort to bounce back from his three fight losing streak, albeit against top-level competition. Bounce back is exactly what he did; Haley’s camp got the call from Bellator MMA in 2015, and Haley drew New England Middleweight Champion Mike Zichelle (7-3) for his debut on the national stage at Bellator 144 at Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, CT. Kevin showed that he was a continuously evolving fighter in his match with Zichelle, leaving the heavily favored champion bloody and battered on his way to a unanimous decision victory that left little doubt that Haley was back on the right track. Haley followed up the biggest win of his career with the aforementioned rematch with Skrzat at CES 34 which Haley dominated on his way to the second round stoppage. 

      Haley faced yet another big test in the CES cage in November of 2016 when he took on CES rising star Mike “Bones” Rodriguez (5-1) on the AXS TV televised portion of the CES 39: O’Neil v. Santiago. Haley quickly shortened the distance with the rangy Rodriguez, which set up a headlock takedown and leg lock submission in just over a minute into the first round of the fight. (Rodriguez has not lost since his fight with Haley, and has earned a contract with the UFC following an impressive flying knee knockout of Jamelle Jones in his last fight on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contenders Series.) A win over Rodriguez set up a matchup with one of Kevin’s long time friends in the sport, former UFC fighter and Ultimate Fighter Contestant, Pat Walsh (9-2). On January 27th, 2017 Haley and Walsh made history when they faced off in the first ever sanctioned professional MMA Cruiserweight fight as the Co-Main Event at CES 41: Bessette v. Croom. Haley struggled with the former Division 1 wrestler Walsh, getting controlled on the ground in the first round before falling victim to a submission early in the second.  

      For the 35 year old Haley his record has never been what matters to him, fighting simply for the competitive nature of the sport and to test what he has learned from his years in the gym. Constantly seeking out the highest level of competition he has shown that he will back down to nobody, a fighter’s fighter if you will. Kevin continues training with his team at both White Mountain BJJ and Nostos MMA under the tutelage of current UFC Lightweight Devin Powell and local Welterweight fighter Keegan Hornstra. Kevin looks to continue to prove that he is a game opponent who takes some of the toughest fights in New England and more often than not, he gets his hand raised.        Kevin is known for his unwavering sportsmanship and for always being ready to go. Fighting at his natural weight of 205-215 pounds, while many of his opponents are often cutting 15-30 pounds to make fight weight, is a trait that has allowed him to step into some big situations on short notice over his ten fight professional career.

      Outside of the cage Kevin is husband to his wife Lauren and a full-time father to the couple’s two young children, and resides with his family in Durham, NH. Kevin also enjoys volunteering within the communities in which he lives, using his success in MMA, as well as in life, to help inspire others. Kevin also spends time bartending at The Dover Brickhouse and Christopher's Third Street Grille in Downtown Dover, NH, two establishments that have been among Kevin’s biggest sponsors throughout his MMA journey. Kevin’s other sponsors include; ThinkSound, Crash Kimonos and Coors Light. 

    A documentary titled "North Woods Nightmare", featuring Haley, was released in the Fall of 2017 by Boulder, Colorado based Sheepdog Productions.

    Last 5 Fights: Submission Loss to Pat Walsh (9-2) at CES 41: Bessette v. Croom. Submission Win over Mike Rodriguez (5-1) at CES 39: O’Neil v. Santiago. TKO Win over Steve Skrzat (7-7) at CES 34: Curtis v. Burrell. Decision Win over Mike Zichelle (7-3) at Bellator 144: Halsey v. Cavalho. Submission Loss to Eric Spicely (5-0) at CES 27: O’Neil v. Walo


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  15. Ultimate Fighting Championship
    UFC
    04.02.2018, 10:22 AM ET
  16. Author: PepeMMA Approver: Gregory

    Current Champions:

    Heavyweight (265 lbs) - Stipe Miocic

    Light Heavyweight (205 lbs) - Daniel Cormier

    Middleweight (185 lbs) - Robert Whittaker

    Welterweight (170 lbs) - Tyron Woodley

    Lightweight (155 lbs) - Conor McGregor

    Featherweight (145 lbs) - Max Holloway 

    Bantamweight (135 lbs) - TJ Dillashaw

    Flyweight (125 lbs) - Demetrious Johnson

    Women's Featherweight (145 lbs) - Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino

    Women's Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Amanda Nunes

    Women's Flyweight (125 lbs) - Nicco Montano

    Women's Strawweight (115 lbs) - Rose Namajunas

  17. Daniel Arpajon
    Daniel Arpajon
    04.02.2018, 12:19 AM ET
  18. Author: darpajons46 Approver: joe kerr

    Daniel Arpajon was born in Inglewood California October 1, 1995,  The youngest of five siblings born to David Arpajon of Cuban decent and Donna Perez Tobar of Mexican decent, he was a shy child who kept to himself and was not interested in athletics until freshman year of high school when he joined the wrestling team at North Torrance high school in Torrance, California, shortly after he began training in bjj and muay thai at Arriva Machado Academy in Redondo Beach California.   At age 20 he decided to get an amateur MMA license from CAMO and start his ammy mma career currently holds 3-1 record as a heavyweight and is looking forward to building toward a long and prosperous professional career, he currently trains at Blackhouse MMA and Boxing at the Rock gym in Carson , California under trainer RageNG.
  19. Thunderstrike Fight League
    TFL
    04.01.2018, 11:05 AM ET
  20. Author: joe kerr Approver: WastelandWanderer

    Current TFL champions:

    LHW (93 kg): Vacant, since the last champion, Michał Oleksiejczuk signed with the UFC

    MW (84 kg): Cezary Kęsik

    WW (77 kg): Vacant

    LW (70 kg): Guilherme Cadena

    FW (66 kg): Vacant

    BW (61 kg): Jakub Piesiewicz

  21. Fight Nights Russia
    Fight Nights
    04.01.2018, 9:59 AM ET
  22. Author: joe kerr Approver: WastelandWanderer

    Current Fight Nights Champions: 


    Heavyweight (120.2 kg / 265 lbs, previously 93+ with no upper limit): Sergey Pavlovich

    Light Heavyweight (93 kg / 205 lbs): Fabio Maldonado

    Middleweight (83.9 kg / 185 lbs): Roman Kopylov

    Welterweight (77.1 kg / 170 lbs): Georgiy Kichigin

    Interim Welterweight (77.1 kg / 170 lbs): Aliaskhab Khizriev 
    Lightweight (70.3 kg / 155 lbs): Akhmet Aliev

    Featherweight (65.8 kg / 145 lbs): Alexander Matmuratov

    Bantamweight (61.2 kg / 135 lbs): Tomas Deak

    Flyweight (56.7 kg / 125 lbs, previously 57.2 kg): Tagir Ulanbekov


    Women's Bantamweight (61.2 kg / 135 lbs): Liana Jojua

    joe kerr
    • Location: Servin' you!
    • Member Since: 10.08.2011

    joe kerr   |   04.01.2018 9:25 AM

    None of those limits are in pounds. Alternative units of measurements given for reference.

  23. Fight Nights Russia
    Fight Nights
    04.01.2018, 9:21 AM ET
  24. Author: MB alias Mboris Approver: joe kerr

    Current Fight Nights Champions: 


    Heavyweight (265 lbs)- Sergey Pavlovich

    Light Heavyweight (205 lbs)- Fabio Maldonado

    Middleweight (185 lbs)- Roman Kopylov

    Welterweight (170 lbs)- Georgiy Kichigin

    Interim Welterweight (170 lbs)- Aliaskhab Khizriev 
    Lightweight (155 lbs)- Akhmet Aliev

    Featherweight (145 lbs)- Alexander Matmuratov

    Bantamweight (135 lbs)- Tomas Deak

    Flyweight (125 lbs)- Tagir Ulanbekov

    Women's Bantamweight (135 lbs)- Liana Jojua

  25. Raimond Magomedaliev
    Raimond Magomedaliev
    03.30.2018, 3:22 PM ET
  26. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: joe kerr

    Magomedaliev ranks as a former World Combat-Sambo Champion, former 2-time World Wushu/Sanda Championships Gold-medalist  winner, and is also a former Silver-medalist at the World Hand-to-Hand Combat Championships.
  27. Invicta Fighting Championships
    Invicta FC
    03.30.2018, 2:16 PM ET
  28. Author: Sobanito Approver: joe kerr

    Current Champions


    Featherweight (145 lbs)- Vacant (most recently held by Megan Anderson before signing with UFC) 

    Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Vacant (most recently held by Yana Kunitskaya before signing with UFC)

    Flyweight (125 lbs) - Vacant (most recently held by Jennifer Maia before signing with UFC)

    Strawweight (115 lbs) - Virna Jandiroba

    Atomweight (105 lbs)- Vacant (most recently held by Ayaka Hamasaki)

  29. Tomas Pakutinskas
    Tomas Pakutinskas
    03.29.2018, 2:58 PM ET
  30. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: Gregory

    Pakutinskas has a well rounded background, where in Lithuania he ranks as a 3-time National Kickboxing Champion, former National Panration Champion, and is also a 2-time World Pankration Championships winner as well as European Kickboxing Cup (K1-rules) Champion. He has also competed in Olympic Wrestling rules tournaments having success domestically.

    WastelandWanderer
    • Member Since: 01.13.2015

    WastelandWanderer   |   03.29.2018 2:10 PM

    fix

  31. Extreme Fighting Championship Worldwide
    EFC Worldwide
    03.28.2018, 7:15 PM ET
  32. Author: Sobanito Approver: Gregory

    Champions


    Heavyweight - Andrew van Zyl

    Light Heavyweight - Dalcha Lungiambula

    Middleweight - Dricus Du Plessis

    Welterweight - Dricus Du Plessis

    Lightweight - Vacant

    Featherweight - Igeu Kabesa

    Bantamweight - Vacant

    Flyweight - Nkazimulo Zulu

    Women's Bantamweight - Vacant

    Women's Flyweight - Amanda Lino

    Women's Strawweight - Chiara Penco


  33. Khusein "Lion" Askhabov
    Khusein Askhabov
    03.28.2018, 5:14 PM ET
  34. Author: MousasiMMA Approver: MassaBruce

    Khusein is also a former Russia Combat Sambo champion, a former UCADO (universal karate) World champion and won the 2014 NAGA Featherweight tournament in Monaco.
  35. Tomas Pakutinskas
    Tomas Pakutinskas
    03.28.2018, 4:18 AM ET
  36. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: joe kerr

    Pakutinskas has a well rounded background, where in Lithuania he ranks as a 3-time National Kickboxing Champion, former National Wrestling tournament winner, former National Panration Champion, and is also a 2-time World Pankration Championships winner and European Kickboxing Cup (K1-rules) Champion. He has also competed in Olympic Wrestling rules tournaments having success domestically.

    WastelandWanderer
    • Member Since: 01.13.2015

    WastelandWanderer   |   03.28.2018 2:34 AM

    source last kok event ring announcer

  37. Absolute Championship Berkut
    ACB
    03.25.2018, 3:53 PM ET
  38. Author: MassaBruce Approver: SeoulRome

    The current Absolute Championship Berkut champions are:

    Heavyweight (120.2* kg): Mukhomad Vakhaev
    Light Heavyweight (93 kg): Batraz Agnaev
    Middleweight (83.9 kg): Albert Duraev
    Welterweight (77.1 kg): Mukhamed Berkhamov
    Lightweight (70.3 kg): Abdul-Aziz Abdulvakhabov
    Featherweight (65.8 kg): Marat Balaev

    Featherweight Interim (65.8 kg): Yusup Raisov

    Bantamweight (61.2 kg): Rustam Kerimov
    Flyweight (56.7 kg): Askar Askarov

    * originally a "93+ kg" i.e. Openweight class; switched to a the more widespread 120.2 kg while adopting the Unifed Rules weight classes.

  39. Javier "Chunty Boy" Torres
    Javier Torres
    03.25.2018, 12:48 AM ET
  40. Author: Fjti1985 Approver: Gregory

    Born and raised in Ciudad Obregón sonora mexico training since 17 years at Las Vegas with mica Cipili , younes jemni ,Shawn Tompkins moved to brazil for some time to train over there under team Nogueira Rio with minotoro, minotauro, junior dos santos and more . 

    Move back to Las Vegas then ended up moving to Florida where he train with ATT and few other academies now living and training on Arizona with power Mma & UKF gym. Javier Torres holds :
    undefeated boxing record  9-0  Profesional Muay Thai record 3-1  Amateur Mma record 7-1  Black belt in Jiujitsu  Black belt in judo  2x national judo champ  3rd place worlds ibjjf champ  Mexico no 1 middleweight rank 

Updates

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  • MMA Junkie : Khabib Nurmagomedov addresses queue of lightweight contenders, will defend against whoever UFC chooses
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  • MMA Junkie : Eddie Alvarez invited detractors to check his resume. By all means, let's take him up on the offer
  • MMA Junkie : UFC Fight Night 128 post-event facts: Frankie Edgar approaches seven hours of UFC fight time
  • MMA Junkie : Meet 'The Ultimate Fighter 27' cast: Richie Smullen, who's going through doors Conor McGregor opened
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