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  1. Dean Rutland
    Dean Rutland
    10.16.2017, 6:47 PM ET
  2. Author: Deanodort Approver: WastelandWanderer

    • Name: Dean Rutland
    • MMA Record: Am 1-0-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)
    • Nickname:
    • Current Streak: 1 Win
    • Age & Date of Birth: 12/02/1970
    • Last Fight: November 05, 2016 in FNY
    • Weight Class: Light Heavyweight | Last Weigh-In: N/A
    • Affiliation: N/A
    • Height:180cm | Reach: N/A
    • Career Disclosed Earnings: $0 USD
    • Born: Australia
    • Fighter Pages: The UG
    • Fighting out of: Blackwater, Queensland
    • Personal Pages: Facebook "Blackwater MMA"
  3. Yamato Fujita
    Yamato Fujita
    10.15.2017, 12:08 PM ET
  4. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: Gregory

    Fujita has a background in Amateur-Boxing, competing in over 130 contests. Out of those contests, he achieved 107 victories.
    WastelandWanderer
    • Member Since: 01.13.2015

    WastelandWanderer   |   10.15.2017 8:13 AM

    source; rizin commentary

  5. Pedro "The Rock" Rizzo
    Pedro Rizzo
    10.13.2017, 9:44 PM ET
  6. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: TAZ48

    A Brazilian Vale Tudo fighter to the core, Pedro Rizzo earned his nickname, “The Rock,” due to his iron chin and powerful strikes. Rizzo debuted for the UFC in 1998 with a perfect 5-0 record and promptly defeated Tank Abbott, Mark Coleman, Tra Telligman, and Tsuyoshi Kohsaka en route to challenging for the heavyweight title in 2000. Rizzo lost that fight to Kevin Randleman, and went on to lose both of his subsequent attempts at gaining the belt against Randy Couture, but he remains one of the most respected heavyweight legends of the sport.




    A powerful striker, Rizzo has knocked out top heavyweights such as Dan Severn, Andrei Arlovski, and Jeff Monson during his career. He also possesses a knockout win over Josh Barnett, a feat which is exceedingly hard to accomplish. Known as much for his punishing leg kicks as for his punches, in multiple interviews UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture said that he still bears a knot in his quadriceps from one of his battles with Rizzo from 2001.


    While known mostly as a stand up fighter, Rizzo has a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as well as a 4th Degree Black Belt in Luta Livre & Black Prajied in Muay Thai. He is a former 4 time Brazilian national Muay Thai champion, with a Kickboxing/Muay Thai record of 31-0-1.  


    He began training at 14 under Marcos Ruas, becoming a valued apprentice of his Vale Tudo style. Adding to this, he took multiple trips over the years to train at the renowned "Chakuriki Dojo" in Holland, and also debuted under MMA rules for the first time in that country.


    Since his competitive career has wound down, Rizzo has started doing seminars, and mentoring fighters from stables including 'Team Nogueira' and 'Nova Uniao. He has worked extensivley with former WEC/UFC Champion José Aldo, who has fought with a similar style to his own. Aldo has stated previously, that he has taken great inspiration from watching both Rizzo and Marcos Ruas fights growing up. Top heavyweight-kickboxing contender and MMA prospect, Anderson "Braddock" Silva - is another notable fighter who Rizzo has mentored and helped to train for his fights.


    Pedro Rizzo now runs his own gym, "Rizzo RVT Fight and Fitness" in Rio De Janeiro. He was also appointed as administrative CEO of the "Usina De Campeões / Martial Arts Social Project of the Manguinhos Refinery", which is a social project aimed at helping some of Brazil's many impoverished people and kids - to seek a better life-experience, wellbeing and future - through martial arts and sports/fitness.


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  7. Anderson "Braddock" Silva
    Anderson Silva
    10.13.2017, 6:51 PM ET
  8. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: joe kerr

    One of the most prominent strikers to come out of Brazil, "Braddock" Silva has faced  some of the legendary competitors in the world of Heavyweight-Kickboxing including Rico Verhoeven, Badr Hari, Gökhan Saki, Daniel Ghiţă, Tomàš Hron, Errol Zimmerman, Mourad Bouzidi(2x), Jamal Ben Saddik and Cătălin Moroşanu, while earning big wins over names like Remy Bonjasky, Stefan Leko, Sergei Kharitonov, Freddy Kemayo, Daniel Sam, Hesdy Gerges, Brian Douwe, Michael Duut, Igor Jurković, Danyo Ilunga, Guto Inocente and Rodney Glunder. 


    Some of of his biggest achievments include '2007 Brazilian Cruiserweight Kickboxing Champion', '2009 VIP Fight Night Tournament Champion', '2012 SuperKombat HW Tournament Runner-up' and 2-time 'Glory Kickboxing Heavyweight Contender Tournament Runner-up'. 

     
    Silva first began  martial arts at "Combat Sports Gym" in São Paulo, Brazil when he was 12. Over the years he would build a reputation domestically and internationally, known for a technical and fan-friendly style. In 2007, he was invited to the renowned "Chakuriki Dojo" in Netherlands. As well as training and improving technically at the gym, his main focus was to serve as a sparring partner for legendary fighter Peter Aerts.  

     
    Following his fight against Badr Hari, Silva decided to return to Brazil. He spends his time there training with 'Team Nogueira' and also with Brazilian Vale-Tudo legend Pedro Rizzo. 


    Under the "Glory Kickboxing" banner he is a veteran of 15 contests, going 7-9 within the promotion, and has been a promotional mainstay since "Glory 2 : Brussels", his most recent outing for the promotion being at "Glory 41 : Holland", where he was a contender tournament runner up for his 2nd time. Overall his pro-Kickboxing record stands at 42 - 17 with 27 victories by ko/tko.

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    His nickname of "Braddock", is inspired by the character 'Col. James Braddock' from the movie "Missing in Action", starring Chuck Norris.

  9. Fight Nights Russia
    Fight Nights
    10.13.2017, 4:47 PM ET
  10. Author: MassaBruce Approver: WastelandWanderer

    Current Fight Nights Champions: 


    Heavyweight (265 lbs)- Sergey Pavlovich

    Light Heavyweight (205 lbs)- Fabio Maldonado

    Middleweight (185 lbs)- Abusupyan Alikhanov

    Welterweight (170 lbs)- Georgiy Kichigin
    Lightweight (155 lbs)- Magomedsaygid Alibekov

    Featherweight (145 lbs)- Alexander Matmuratov

    Bantamweight (135 lbs)- Tomas Deak

    Flyweight (125 lbs)- Tagir Ulanbekov

  11. CJ Hubbard
    CJ Hubbard
    10.13.2017, 8:34 AM ET
  12. Author: Camernhubbard Approver: Gregory

    Born in Bellingham, Washington. Grew up in Whatcom and Skagit Counties. Fighting out of LiveWire MMA located in Burlington, Washington.
  13. Ultimate Fighting Championship
    UFC
    10.12.2017, 5:28 PM ET
  14. Author: Kuma Approver: WastelandWanderer

    Current Champions:

    Heavyweight (265 lbs) - Stipe Miocic

    Light Heavyweight (205 lbs) - Daniel Cormier

    Middleweight (185 lbs) - Michael Bisping 

    Interim Middleweight (185 lbs) - Robert Whittaker

    Welterweight (170 lbs) - Tyron Woodley

    Lightweight (155 lbs) - Conor McGregor

    Interim Lightweight (155 lbs) - Tony  Ferguson

    Featherweight (145 lbs) - Max Holloway 

    Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Cody Garbrandt

    Flyweight (125 lbs) - Demetrious Johnson

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

    Women's Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Amanda Nunes

    Women's Strawweight (115 lbs) - Joanna Jędrzejczyk

  15. Keith Lee
    Keith Lee
    10.11.2017, 11:49 AM ET
  16. Author: TCEKilla Approver: WastelandWanderer

    Keith is the younger brother of UFC lightweight contender Kevin Lee.
    TCEKilla
    • Member Since: 09.24.2011

    TCEKilla   |   10.11.2017 7:14 AM

    Just letting people know who his brother is.

    Gregory
    • Location: Boston
    • Member Since: 05.24.2010

    Gregory   |   10.11.2017 8:53 AM

    Please change it to regular sized font

    TCEKilla
    • Member Since: 09.24.2011

    TCEKilla   |   10.11.2017 11:05 AM

    Sorry, here ya go.

  17. Richie Bonallie
    Richie Bonallie
    10.09.2017, 7:57 PM ET
  18. Author: richie_bonallie Approver: WastelandWanderer

    OVERALL:


    MMA: 4-4

    K1: 2-1-1

    Box: 1-0
    Muay Thai: 1-0
    Nogi: 2xGold

  19. Akhmat Fight Club
    AFC
    10.09.2017, 8:54 AM ET
  20. Author: MassaBruce Approver: Gregory

    Current WFCA Champions:

    Heavyweight (265 lbs) - Zelimkhan Umiev

    Light Heavyweight (205 lbs) - Magomed Ankalaev

    Middleweight (185 lbs) - Salamu Abdurakhmanov

    Welterweight (170lbs) - Abubakar Vagaev

    Lightweight (155 lbs) - Khusein Khaliev

    Featherweight (145 lbs) - Salman Zhamaldaev

    Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Said Nurmagomedov

    Flyweight (125 lbs) - Vacant (after Magomed Bibulatov signed with UFC)
  21. Ruslan Yamanbaev
    Ruslan Yamanbaev
    10.08.2017, 6:04 PM ET
  22. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: MikeLovesTacos XD

    Yamanbaev ranks as 'Master of Sport' in MMA and Amateur-Boxing. During his fights he and his corner walk to the cage sporting  raditional Tartar nomad outfits.
  23. Zaur Kairov
    Zaur Kairov
    10.08.2017, 6:03 PM ET
  24. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: MikeLovesTacos XD

    Kairov ranks as 'Master of Sport' in amateur-boxing.
  25. Nauruz Dzamikhov
    Nauruz Dzamikhov
    10.08.2017, 6:02 PM ET
  26. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: MikeLovesTacos XD

    Dzamimkhov ranks as 'Master of Sport' in Combat-Sambo and Uni-fight, and is a Moscow region Combat-Sambo Champion.

  27. Brandon "Quickdraw" Lowe
    Brandon Lowe
    10.06.2017, 8:57 PM ET
  28. Author: quickdrawmma Approver: TAZ48

    Brandon Lowe, born April 24th, 1990, in Alton, Illinois, is a lightweight and featherweight American Professional Mixed Martial Artist. Lowe ended his MMA amateur career with a stunning 11 and 5 record and now holds a 3 and 1 professional record after his remarkable and latest win over Malcolm Smith with a second-round TKO at Shamrock FC 295 on September 22nd, 2017. Brandon's fans know him as QuickDraw, a nickname that was given to him for his quick striking abilities and predatory fighting instincts by his coach and long-time friend, Brad Jones, from The War Room Gym out of Wood River, Illinois. Lowe trains out of The War Room (Wood River, IL), Hit Squad (Granite City, IL), and the Head Nod Squad (Pontoon Beach, IL). Lowe specializes in striking, wrestling, ground-and-pound, and aggressively going after his opponents in the cage. Lowe has procured professional fights at Bellator 145 (Scottrade Center - St. Louis, MO), Shamrock FC: No Mercy(Lumiere Place - St. Louis, MO), Shamrock FC 286(River City Casino & Hotels - St. Louis, MO), and Shamrock FC 295(River City Casino & Hotels - St. Louis, MO). 

    News & Media
    Knuckle Junkies Shamrock FC 295 Recap
    http://www.knucklejunkies.com/articles/Shamrock_FC_295_-_Recap.php

    Piasa Sports Adds Mixed Martial Artist To Training Team:
    http://thetelegraph.com/news/103432/piasa-sports-in-godfrey-adds-mixed-martial-arts-mma-fighter-to-training-team

    Shamrock FC - 286 Recap:
    http://www.knucklejunkies.com/articles/Shamrock_FC_286_-_Recap.php

    Winning Resolve: Wood River MMA Fighter Battles Illness:
    http://thetelegraph.com/news/95011/winning-resolve-wood-river-mma-fighter-battles-illness

    Wood River MMA Fighter Goes Pro: http://advantagenews.com/news/wood-river-mma-fighter-goes-pro/

    Former Oiler Wrestler Making Pro MMA Debut: http://thetelegraph.com/sports/73440/former-oiler-wrestler-making-pro-mma-debut

    Brandon Lowe - Local MMA Athlete To Showcase Pro Debut At Scott Trade Center November 6: http://www.riverbender.com/articles/details/brandon-lowe-vs-rashard-lovelace-at-scottrade-center-nov-6-9609.cfm

    Brandon "QuickDraw" Lowe To Go Pro at Shamrock FC's Throwdown July 25: http://www.riverbender.com/articles/details/brandon-quickdraw-lowe-to-go-pro-at-shamrock-fc-throwdown-july-25-7737.cfm

    Fight Hard - McGinnis vs. Lowe Recap: http://www.knucklejunkies.com/articles/Fight_Hard_McGinnis_vs_Lowe_-_Recap.php

    Shamrock FC - No Mercy Recap: http://www.knucklejunkies.com/articles/Shamrock_FC_No_Mercy_-_Recap.php

    QuickDraw Lock & Loaded:
    http://www.knucklejunkies.com/articles/Quickdraw_Locked_and_Loaded.php

    The tao of Lowe:
    http://advantagenews.com/news/the-tao-of-lowe/

  29. Kailin Curran
    Kailin Curran
    10.06.2017, 4:51 AM ET
  30. Author: dtrain24 Approver: WastelandWanderer

    Kailin Curran was born 11 April, 1991; in Ewa Beach, Hawaii, USA. Curran started kickboxing in 2006, at the age of 15 with her "girlfriends" as a way to stay active and for fun. Curran did the occasional amateur kickboxing match during this period. Curran also has some previous wrestling experience as she trained from the age of 10 - 13. Curran currently trains out of Reign MMA in Lake Forest, California; alongside fellow UFC women fighters Ashlee Evans-Smith and Jessica Penne.
     
    Shortly after turning 18, Curran made her MMA debut in a Hawaii Regional, amateur bout. She won via submission. Curran would make her professional debut in the Guam based promotion - Pacific X-treme Combat. She won all three bouts with the competition via decision. Curran was also the first female to be signed with that promotion.

    Curran was signed to the UFC in 2014, making her the first female Hawaiian to be signed to the UFC. She was set to face fellow young up and comer Paige VanZant. Originally slated for UFC FN 54, the bout was postponed to UFC Fight Night 57: Edgar vs. Swanson. In an entertaining fight, which earned both fighters Fight of the Night bonuses. Curran would end up losing the fight however, at 2:52 in Round 3 via TKO.

    Her next opponent was Alex Chambers, at UFC Fight Night 65: Miocic vs. Hunt; Alex's home country of Australia. Curran was very active and controlled the fight for the first 13 minutes, as she landed clean combinations and devastating leg kicks. Once again Curran would be finished in Round 3, when she went in for a takedown and Chambers defended it, then trapped Curran's arm, this would eventually lead to Curran tapping from an arm-bar at 3:15 in the round. A Performance of the Night bonus was awarded to Chamber's for her effort.

    Curran faced fellow 3-2 fighter, Emily Kagan, at UFC Fight Night 80: Namajunas vs VanZant. She captured her first victory in the UFC by submitting Kagan with a second round rear-naked choke.


    Following her first UFC victory, Curran then lost three straight. She was submitted in the first round by Felice Herrig at UFC on Fox 20: Holm vs. Shevchenko, and then dropped unanimous decisions to Jamie Moyle and Aleksandra Albu at The Ultimate Fighter 24 Finale and UFC 214: Cormier vs. Jones 2 respectively. 

  31. Aleksandra "Stitch" Albu
    Aleksandra Albu
    10.06.2017, 4:50 AM ET
  32. Author: dtrain24 Approver: WastelandWanderer

    Aleksandra Albu (6-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC), was born in Vulcanesti, Moldova; during the Soviet Union era. She is currently living and fighting out of Russia. Albu made her UFC debut against Polish fighter - Izabela Badurek in a women’s strawweight bout at UFC Fight Night 64: Gonzaga vs. Cro Cop 2. After a dominate Round 1, Albu entered Round 2 with the same intensity, while Badurek appeared sluggish. After Budrek went for a double-leg takedown, Albu sunk in a Guillotine choke, with Bardurek tapping soon after; giving Albu her debut victory at 3:34 in Round 2.


    Albu is a black belt in Karate and is currently attending the Russian State Academy of Intellectual Property, in Moscow. Albu also works as a Crossfit instructor.


    Albu returned to UFC action following a layoff of two years and three months when she took on Kailin Curran at UFC 214. She won a bloody fight via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) in what was one of the best bouts of the night.

  33. Pedro "The Rock" Rizzo
    Pedro Rizzo
    10.05.2017, 2:10 PM ET
  34. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: TAZ48

    A Brazilian Vale Tudo fighter to the core, Pedro Rizzo earned his nickname, “The Rock,” due to his iron chin and powerful strikes. Rizzo debuted for the UFC in 1998 with a perfect 5-0 record and promptly defeated Tank Abbott, Mark Coleman, Tra Telligman, and Tsuyoshi Kohsaka en route to challenging for the heavyweight title in 2000. Rizzo lost that fight to Kevin Randleman, and went on to lose both of his subsequent attempts at gaining the belt against Randy Couture, but he remains one of the most respected heavyweight legends of the sport.




    A powerful striker, Rizzo has knocked out top heavyweights such as Dan Severn, Andrei Arlovski, and Jeff Monson during his career. He also possesses a knockout win over Josh Barnett, a feat which is exceedingly hard to accomplish. Known as much for his punishing leg kicks as for his punches, in multiple interviews UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture said that he still bears a knot in his quadriceps from one of his battles with Rizzo from 2001.


    While known mostly as a stand up fighter, Rizzo has a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as well as a 4th Degree Black Belt in Luta Livre & Black Prajied in Muay Thai. He is a former 4 time Brazilian national Muay Thai champion, with a Kickboxing/Muay Thai record of 31-0-1.  


    He began training at 14 under Marcos Ruas, becoming a valued apprentice of his Vale Tudo style. Adding to this, he took multiple trips over the years to train at the renowned "Chakuriki Dojo" in Holland, and also debuted under MMA rules for the first time in that country.


    Since his competitive career has wound down, Rizzo has started doing seminars, and mentoring fighters from stables including 'Team Nogueira' and 'Nova Uniao. He has worked extensivley with former WEC/UFC Champion José Aldo, who has fought with a similar style to his own. Aldo has stated previously, that he has taken great inspiration from watching both Rizzo and Marcos Ruas fights growing up. 


    Pedro Rizzo now runs his own gym, "Rizzo RVT Fight and Fitness" in Rio De Janeiro. He was also appointed as administrative CEO of the "Usina De Campeões / Martial Arts Social Project of the Manguinhos Refinery", which is a social project aimed at helping some of Brazil's many impoverished people and kids - to seek a better life-experience, wellbeing and future - through martial arts and sports/fitness.


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    WastelandWanderer
    • Member Since: 01.13.2015

    WastelandWanderer   |   10.04.2017 10:50 PM

    sorry forgot post career part...

  35. Pedro "The Rock" Rizzo
    Pedro Rizzo
    10.04.2017, 4:02 PM ET
  36. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: TAZ48

    A Brazilian Vale Tudo fighter to the core, Pedro Rizzo earned his nickname, “The Rock,” due to his iron chin and powerful strikes. Rizzo debuted for the UFC in 1998 with a perfect 5-0 record and promptly defeated Tank Abbott, Mark Coleman, Tra Telligman, and Tsuyoshi Kohsaka en route to challenging for the heavyweight title in 2000. Rizzo lost that fight to Kevin Randleman, and went on to lose both of his subsequent attempts at gaining the belt against Randy Couture, but he remains one of the most respected heavyweight legends of the sport.




    A powerful striker, Rizzo has knocked out top heavyweights such as Dan Severn, Andrei Arlovski, and Jeff Monson during his career. He also possesses a knockout win over Josh Barnett, a feat which is exceedingly hard to accomplish. Known as much for his punishing leg kicks as for his punches, in multiple interviews UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture said that he still bears a knot in his quadriceps from one of his battles with Rizzo from 2001.


    While known mostly as a stand up fighter, Rizzo has a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as well as a 4th Degree Black Belt in Luta Livre & Black Prajied in Muay Thai. He is a former 4 time Brazilian national Muay Thai champion, with a Kickboxing/Muay Thai record of 31-0-1.  He began training at 14 under Marcos Ruas, becoming a valued apprentice of his Vale Tudo style. Adding to this, he took multiple trips over the years to train at the renowned "Chakuriki Dojo" in Holland, and also debuted under MMA rules for the first time in that country.

    WastelandWanderer
    • Member Since: 01.13.2015

    WastelandWanderer   |   10.04.2017 3:47 PM

    aorry forgot Marcos Ruas

  37. Pedro "The Rock" Rizzo
    Pedro Rizzo
    10.03.2017, 9:02 PM ET
  38. Author: WastelandWanderer Approver: MikeLovesTacos XD

    A Brazilian Vale Tudo fighter to the core, Pedro Rizzo earned his nickname, “The Rock,” due to his iron chin and powerful strikes. Rizzo debuted for the UFC in 1998 with a perfect 5-0 record and promptly defeated Tank Abbott, Mark Coleman, Tra Telligman, and Tsuyoshi Kohsaka en route to challenging for the heavyweight title in 2000. Rizzo lost that fight to Kevin Randleman, and went on to lose both of his subsequent attempts at gaining the belt against Randy Couture, but he remains one of the most respected heavyweight legends of the sport.




    A powerful striker, Rizzo has knocked out top heavyweights such as Dan Severn, Andrei Arlovski, and Jeff Monson during his career. He also possesses a knockout win over Josh Barnett, a feat which is exceedingly hard to accomplish. Known as much for his punishing leg kicks as for his punches, in multiple interviews UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture said that he still bears a knot in his quadriceps from one of his battles with Rizzo from 2001.


    While known mostly as a stand up fighter, Rizzo has a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as well as a 4th Degree Black Belt in Luta Livre & Black Prajied in Muay Thai. He is a former 4 time Brazilian national Muay Thai champion, with a Kickboxing/Muay Thai record of 31-0-1.  He has taken multiple trips to train at the renowned "Chakuriki Dojo" in Holland, to perfect his strikes, also debuting there under MMA rules. 

    WastelandWanderer
    • Member Since: 01.13.2015

    WastelandWanderer   |   10.03.2017 6:43 PM

    source ufc data

  39. BAMMA
    BAMMA
    10.03.2017, 2:25 PM ET
  40. Author: MattB Approver: WastelandWanderer

    BAMMA Champions
    Flyweight World: Vacant   Interim: Andy 'Taz' Young   Lonsdale: Daniel Barez  
    Bantam Weight World: Vacant   Lonsdale: Vacant 
    Featherweight World: Daniel Crawford 
    Lightweight World: Vacant    Lonsdale: Rhys 'Skeletor' McKee
    Welterweight World: Alex 'Da Kid' Lohore 
    Middleweight World: Mike 'Sea Bass' Shipman    Lonsdale: Vacant 
    Light Heavyweight: Vacant  
    Heavyweight: Brett 'The Spartan' McDermott

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