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  1. Vince "Vandetta" Morales
    Vince Morales
    09.21.2018, 10:55 PM ET
  2. Author: Legz Approver: TAZ48


  3. Wayne Mark Naidoo
    Wayne Mark Naidoo
    09.21.2018, 7:53 AM ET
  4. Author: KO Specialist Approver: joe kerr

    Good day trust all is well, Fight record is 35 fights including kickboxing 
    31 wins and 4 losses
    30 Wins first round kncokout 1 win ko in the second round  Hence earing the name KO Specialist 
  5. Bubba "Bad Man" Jenkins
    Bubba Jenkins
    09.20.2018, 11:12 AM ET
  6. Author: GrandmastahK Approver: Guard Play

    Personal Pages: http://gobubbajenkins.com



    Bubba Jenkins (born February 5, 1988) is an American mixed martial artist and former collegiate wrestler. He grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia and is well known for winning the 2011 NCAA Division I Championship at 157 lbs. for Arizona State University. Jenkins currently fights for the mixed martial arts promotion Bellator Fighting Championships in the Lightweight division, after signing a long-term promotional agreement with the organization in May 2013. Bubba Jenkins is active on Fighttips, a web series created by Shane Fazen.


    Biography:

    Wrestling career:

    Jenkins wrestled for Cox High School and graduated from First Colonial High School. Jenkins was a four-time letter-man, one-time Virginia state champion and six-time high school national champion. After high school, Jenkins joined the Penn State Nittany Lions wrestling squad for the 2006-2007 season. Jenkins wrestled for Penn State for four years before academic restrictions kept Jenkins from wrestling his senior year. Jenkins moved to Arizona State University for his senior year (2010-2011 season). It was at ASU where Jenkins won the 2011 NCAA Division I Championship at 157 lbs. Bubba Jenkins was also a freestyle Junior World Champion. He still amassed a total win record of 96 matches in his storied collegiate career at Penn State and Arizona State, two of the most historic programs in wrestling.


    Mixed Martial Arts career:

    Bubba "The Unicorn Slayer" Jenkins made his mixed martial arts debut in the Lightweight division on December 2, 2011 at Tachi Palace Fights 11: Redemption. Jenkins defeated Josh Williams by submission via strikes at 2:04 in the first round. Jenkins returned for his second fight at Tachi Palace Fights 12: Second Coming on March 9, 2012. He defeated Chris Gomez by submission via Rear Naked Choke at 2:07 in the first round.


    Resurrection Fighting Alliance:

    One week before Bubba Jenkins defeated Chris Gomez at Tachi Palace Fights 12 - Second Coming, he signed an exclusive 6-fight deal with Resurrection Fighting Alliance (RFA).

    On June 30, 2012, Jenkins made his promotional debut for the RFA against highly decorated amateur boxer Jesus Adame at RFA 3 - Stevenson vs. Cochrane. Jenkins quickly slammed Adame to the ground and submitted him via Rear Naked Choke at 1:08 of the first round.


    On October 31, 2012, it was announced that Jenkins joined Jon Jones' coaching staff on the seventeenth season of the UFC produced reality television show The Ultimate Fighter.


    Bellator MMA:

    On May 31, 2013, Bellator MMA announced they had signed Jenkins to a long term promotional agreement and he will make his debut in the summer.

    Jenkins took on Mike Barreras at Bellator 97. He won the fight via TKO in the second round.

    Jenkins returned to the Bellator cage at Bellator 100 against LaRue Burley on September 20, 2013. He suffered the first defeat of his professional MMA career as he was stopped by Burley via strikes in the third round.

    The following November, Jenkins would defeat Ian Rammel due to strikes in the third round at Bellator 109.

    Jenkins then faced Sean Powers at Bellator 114 on March 28, 2014. Jenkins won via unanimous decision.

    On July 25, 2014, Jenkins faced Poppies Martinez at Bellator 122. Jenkins defeated Martinez via strikes at 4:10 in the first round.

    Jenkins faced Thiago Meller at Bellator 126 on September 26, 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona. He won the fight via unanimous decision.

    After moving from the Bellator Lightweight division to Featherweight, Jenkins faced former WSOF Featherweight Champion Georgi Karakhanyan on January 16, 2015 at Bellator 132. He lost the fight via technical submission in the first round.

    Jenkins faced Joe Wilk on June 26, 2015 at Bellator 139. He won the fight via TKO in the second round.

    Jenkins faced Jordan Parsons on November 20, 2015 at Bellator 146. He won the fight via split decision.


    Championships and accomplishments:


    Gold medal in the 2008 Jr. World Olympic Championships in Beijing, China.


    Collegiate wrestling



  7. Ultimate Fighting Championship
    UFC
    09.16.2018, 7:41 AM ET
  8. Author: Kinghiki Approver: WastelandWanderer

    Current Champions (Updated 7/19/2018):

    Heavyweight (265 lbs) - Daniel Cormier

    Interim Heavyweight: N/A 

    Light Heavyweight (205 lbs) - Daniel Cormier 

    Interim Light Heavyweight: N/A

    Middleweight (185 lbs) - Robert Whittaker

    Interim Middleweight: N/A

    Welterweight (170 lbs) - Tyron Woodley

    Interim Welterweight: Colby Covington

    Lightweight (155 lbs) - Khabib Nurmagomedov

    Interim Lightweight: N/A

    Featherweight (145 lbs) - Max Holloway

    Interim Featherweight: N/A

    Bantamweight (135 lbs) - TJ Dillashaw

    Interim Bantamweight: N/A

    Flyweight (125 lbs) - Henry Cejudo

    Interim Featherweight: N/A

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

    Interim W Featherweight: N/A

    Women's Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Amanda Nunes

    Interim W Bantamweight: N/A

    Women's Flyweight (125 lbs) - Vacant

    Interim W Flyweight: N/A

    Women's Strawweight (115 lbs) - Rose Namajunas

    Interim W Straweight: N/A

  9. "The North Woods Nightmare" Kevin Haley
    Kevin Haley
    09.16.2018, 1:42 AM ET
  10. Author: K3V1NTH Approver: mememememe

    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/ Heavyweight 

     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 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. 

      For 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 (Craig Willey) and Nostos MMA under the tutelage of current UFC Lightweight Devin Powell. 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.        

      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. The Dover Brickhouse, Rutland Studios, and EverProven Crossfit, all of Dover NH, have been major supporters throughout his career. Kevin’s other sponsors include; ThinkSound, Crash Kimonos and Coors Light (Bayside Distributors).

    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


    Travis Lizotte

    WesternMassMMA


  11. "The North Woods Nightmare" Kevin Haley
    Kevin Haley
    09.15.2018, 7:42 PM ET
  12. Author: K3V1NTH Approver: WastelandWanderer

    JKevin 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 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. 

      For 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 (Craig Willey) and Nostos MMA under the tutelage of current UFC Lightweight Devin Powell. 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.        

      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. The Dover Brickhouse, Rutland Studios, and EverProven Crossfit, all of Dover NH, have been major supporters throughout his career. Kevin’s other sponsors include; ThinkSound, Crash Kimonos and Coors Light (Bayside Distributors).

    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


    Travis Lizotte

    WesternMassMMA


  13. Absolute Championship Berkut
    ACB
    09.09.2018, 1:04 AM ET
  14. Author: MassaBruce Approver: joe kerr

    The current Absolute Championship Berkut champions are:

    Heavyweight (120.2* kg): Mukhomad Vakhaev
    Light Heavyweight (93 kg): Dovletdzhan Yagshimuradov
    Middleweight (83.9 kg): Albert Duraev
    Welterweight (77.1 kg): Albert Tumenov
    Lightweight (70.3 kg): Ali Bagov
    Featherweight (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.

  15. Ultimate Fighting Championship
    UFC
    09.07.2018, 7:45 PM ET
  16. Author: Sobanito Approver: joe kerr

    Current Champions (Updated 7/19/2018):

    Heavyweight (265 lbs) - Daniel Cormier

    Interim Heavyweight: N/A 

    Light Heavyweight (205 lbs) - Daniel Cormier 

    Interim Light Heavyweight: N/A

    Middleweight (185 lbs) - Robert Whittaker

    Interim Middleweight: N/A

    Welterweight (170 lbs) - Tyron Woodley

    Interim Welterweight: Colby Covington

    Lightweight (155 lbs) - Khabib Nurmagomedov

    Interim Lightweight: N/A

    Featherweight (145 lbs) - Max Holloway

    Interim Featherweight: N/A

    Bantamweight (135 lbs) - TJ Dillashaw

    Interim Bantamweight: N/A

    Flyweight (125 lbs) - Demetrious Johnson

    Interim Featherweight: N/A

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

    Interim W Featherweight: N/A

    Women's Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Amanda Nunes

    Interim W Bantamweight: N/A

    Women's Flyweight (125 lbs) - Vacant

    Interim W Flyweight: N/A

    Women's Strawweight (115 lbs) - Rose Namajunas

    Interim W Straweight: N/A

  17. Kintaro "Great Sandstorm" Osunaarashi
    Kintaro Osunaarashi
    09.06.2018, 1:14 PM ET
  18. Author: GreenHornet Approver: WastelandWanderer

    Born Abdelrahman Shalan in the outer provinces of Cairo, Kintaro Osunaarashi was the first sumo wrestler to come from the continent of Africa who performed at the top level of Japanese sumo wrestling.  In March of 2018, Osunaarashi was forced into retirement at the request of the Japan Sumo Association after Osunaarashi not only violated JSA rules that forbade sumo wrestlers from driving while active in the sport, but also after he payed a 500,000 yen fine when a Japanese summary court found him guilty of driving without a license and causing a traffic accident in Yamanouchi, a town outside Nagano, in January earlier that year.  Osunaarashi was initially placed on house arrest due to his role in the accident after it was found out that his international driver's license was expired at the time of the accident and that CCTV cameras located at the scene of the accident positively identified him as the driver of the car, throwing out initial claims from Osunaarashi's lawyer that it was his wife that was the driver and not Osunaarashi himself.  Following his forced retirement from Sumo, Osunaarashi would sign a contract with Japanese MMA Promotion RIZIN Fighting Federation.  Osunaarashi is scheduled to make his MMA and promotional debut against longtime MMA veteran Bob Sapp at RIZIN 13 in Saitama, Japan.
  19. Tamerlan Dulatov
    Tamerlan Dulatov
    09.06.2018, 8:31 AM ET
  20. Author: Tamerlan Dulatov Approver: Gregory

    Tamerlan Dulatov is a MMA fighter from Düsseldorf - Germany.
    Tamerlan is born at 19 may 2000 in Chechenya Grozny.
    On 01.09.2018 he won his first fight with a amazing performance by rear naked chokein round 2 ( 04:34 )

    Tamerlan´s Gym name is Team Cisse his big brothers Djibril Dulatov and Islam Dulatov are his headchoaches.

    His boxing is great and very dangerous for his opponents with his size and this weight is Tamerlan one of many Fighter who are really especially



  21. Faizan "The Hunter" Fayaz
    Faizan Fayaz
    09.03.2018, 10:11 PM ET
  22. Author: sayatus Approver: mememememe


  23. Franco "Zombie" Demichelli
    Franco Demichelli
    09.03.2018, 8:59 PM ET
  24. Author: Legz Approver: Gregory


  25. Fight Nights Global
    Fight Nights
    09.02.2018, 1:34 PM ET
  26. Author: MassaBruce Approver: mememememe

    Current Fight Nights Champions: 


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

    Light Heavyweight (93 kg / 205 lbs): Vacant

    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): Zhalgas Zhumagulov


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

  27. Cage Warriors Fighting Championship
    Cage Warriors
    09.02.2018, 1:05 PM ET
  28. Author: MassaBruce Approver: Oh_fiddle_sticks

    Current Cage Warriors Champions:


  29. Bruce "The Iron Lion" Lutchmedial
    Bruce Lutchmedial
    09.01.2018, 1:45 PM ET
  30. Author: Legz Approver: Gregory

    Bruce Lutchmedial is a Canadian born fighter representing South Florida and American Top Team Sunrise. Bruce is the current 155 lbs. champion for Caribbean Ultimate Fist Fighting (C.U.F.F) as well as a Titan FC veteran. Bruce is primarily a striker. Lutchmedial also won the IKF world title as an amateur Muay Thai fighter and has competed professionally in boxing , Muay Thai, as well as MMA . One of Bruce's goals in his fighting career is to have over 100 fights and travel the world. Bruce got Married to Lara Laign in  Dec. of 2013 and has a baby girl (Zara Lutchmedial) with her and two dogs (Rupert and Charlie).


    Boxing record.

  31. Faizan "The Hunter" Fayaz
    Faizan Fayaz
    08.31.2018, 4:34 AM ET
  32. Author: AsadRazaSyed98 Approver: joe kerr

    Faizan Fayaz is known by many around the world as being the greatest MMA fighter to have ever lived of Pakistani origint that is  fighting out of the eastern portion of Singapore. When asked for comment, Farooq had this to say “once I was getting assualted by five men for being homosexual and Faizan defended me and beat them back, I can see Faizan becoming champion of east Singapore soon”. Ahmed Sultan, an old friend said this “Faizan I’m proud of you, not to humblebrag but Faizan defended me when I went to Quran academy, he’s a great guy”
  33. Daniel "The Hangman" Hooker
    Daniel Hooker
    08.29.2018, 4:44 PM ET
  34. Author: MousasiMMA Approver: Gregory

    FROM FIGHT PROMOTION LEGEND FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP (WWW.LEGENDFC.COM):


    Daniel Hooker is a representative of Strike Force, the academy which has produced some of the most elite competitors in the current generation of New Zealand fighters. A native of Auckland, Hooker was introduced to martial arts by a friend who was actively competing at the time. The young Kiwi soon discovered a natural talent for combat sports, and took his first professional fight shortly after his 19th birthday. Since then, Hooker has fought increasingly challenging opponents in both New Zealand and Australia, and is now regarded as one of New Zealand’s top lightweight prospects. With teammates like Sam Brown, Pat Crawley, Gareth Ealey, and Rod MacSwain having represented their team and their country in the Legend Ring, Hooker is now proud to follow in their footsteps.


    Dan Hooker is also a pro kickboxer with a 9-1-3 record, winning the King In The Ring Middleweight Kickboxing Championship and WKBF X-Rules Welterweight Championship.


    Hooker also has a 3-2 submission grappling record. On the 18th of October 2009, he took part in the ICNZ Contender Series 1 No Gi Submission Wrestling Tournament. He beat Thomas Kwok and Bass Khou by guillotine choke and lost to Pumau Campbell on points. He also competed in the New Zealand 2011 No Gi Nationals, in the Advanced under 77 kg / 170 lbs division, he beat Paul Faavaoga in the first round, and lost to LJ Stevenson in the second round.


    He has also competed in a heavyweight fight, for which he weighted in at 86 kg / 189 lbs, against Mark Creedy, winning by knockout in the second round. He also competed in a heavyweight tag team kickboxing match against known kiwi kickboxer Antz Nansen.

  35. Daniel "The Hangman" Hooker
    Daniel Hooker
    08.28.2018, 5:56 PM ET
  36. Author: MousasiMMA Approver: mememememe

    FROM FIGHT PROMOTION LEGEND FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP (WWW.LEGENDFC.COM):


    Daniel Hooker is a representative of Strike Force, the academy which has produced some of the most elite competitors in the current generation of New Zealand fighters. A native of Auckland, Hooker was introduced to martial arts by a friend who was actively competing at the time. The young Kiwi soon discovered a natural talent for combat sports, and took his first professional fight shortly after his 19th birthday. Since then, Hooker has fought increasingly challenging opponents in both New Zealand and Australia, and is now regarded as one of New Zealand’s top lightweight prospects. With teammates like Sam Brown, Pat Crawley, Gareth Ealey, and Rod MacSwain having represented their team and their country in the Legend Ring, Hooker is now proud to follow in their footsteps.


    Dan Hooker is also a pro kickboxer with a 9-1-3 record, winning the King In The Ring Middleweight Kickboxing Championship and WKBF X-Rules Welterweight Championship.


    Hooker also has a 2-1 submission grappling record. On the 18th of October 2009, he took part in the ICNZ Contender Series 1 No Gi Submission Wrestling Tournament. He beat Thomas Kwok and Bass Khou by guillotine choke and lost to Pumau Campbell on points.


    He has also competed in a heavyweight fight, for which he weighted in at 86 kg / 189 lbs, against Mark Creedy, winning by knockout in the second round. He also competed in a heavyweight tag team kickboxing match against known kiwi kickboxer Antz Nansen.

  37. M-1 Global
    M-1
    08.27.2018, 6:03 PM ET
  38. Author: MassaBruce Approver: Gregory

    The current M-1 Global champions are:

    Heavyweight (93+ kg*): Vacant

    Light Heavyweight (93 kg): Khadis Ibragimov
    Middleweight (83.9 kg): Artem Frolov

    Welterweight (77.1 kg): Alexey Kunchenko
    Lightweight (70.3 kg): Damir Ismagulov
    Featherweight (65.8 kg): Nate Landwehr

    Bantamweight (61.2 kg): Movsar Evloev
    Flyweight (56.7 kg): Aleksander Doskalchuk

    * generally "encouraged" to come in under or up to 120 kg anyway.

  39. Akhmat Fight Club
    AFC
    08.21.2018, 12:32 AM ET
  40. Author: MassaBruce Approver: mememememe

    Current WFCA Champions:

    Heavyweight (265 lbs) - Evgeny Goncharov

    Light Heavyweight (205 lbs) - Maxim Grishin

    Middleweight (185 lbs) - Salamu Abdurakhmanov

    Welterweight (170lbs) - Abubakar Vagaev

    Lightweight (155 lbs) - Khusein Khaliev

    Featherweight (145 lbs) - Salman Zhamaldaev

    Bantamweight (135 lbs) - Rakhman Dudaev

    Flyweight (125 lbs) - Yunus Evloev
    Interim Flyweight (125 lbs) - Azam Gaforov

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