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Brock Lesnar is a polarizing figure and he's got his share of haters.  But he deserves all the credit in the world for his highly successful, if short lived, mixed martial arts career.  Yes, Brock finished with a numerically-challenged record of 5-3.  But he did win the UFC heavyweight title, and he competed at the highest levels of the sport, despite suffering from diverticulitis, a serious digestive disease.  The guy was legit.  He was the real deal.  I wish him all the best in his post fight career.

Here's a hard rocking highlight reel of Brock Lesnar in action.

Great new Nick Diaz highlight/profile video by LazieTheSavage. Nick is a cardio machine and he was a serious threat to GSP's title. Now, with GSP hurt, Nick will be facing Carlos Condit for the UFC interim welterweight title. Check out this amazing video.

Tom DeBlass just keeps getting better.  Every time out he looks more and more like a guy who is destined for MMA stardom.  DeBlass is a well rounded fighter who is equally as dangerous standing and on the ground, and it's a great pleasure calling his fights at Lou Neglia's Ring of Combat, where he holds the light heavyweight title.  Tom is fighting again in February at the ROC, and if you haven't seen him in action yet, now is the time.  Or else you might have to wait for a UFC, Strikeforce or Bellator event, because I expect Tom will get the call sooner than later.

Here's an excellent highlight reel of DeBlass doing what he does best.

Jim Miller is coming off a loss to Ben Henderson, and while he doesn't make excuses, he does reveal that he had mono and a kidney infection at the time.  The fight with Bendo could have earned Jim a shot at Frankie Edgar's title, but he is content to work his way back up the UFC LW ranks.

Miller's next fight is against Melvin Guillard, and it's the headlining bout on UFC on FX1 next month.  Guillard is a dangerous opponent, but Miller feels that where Melvin is weak, he is strong.  Melvin is also coming off a loss, so this is an extremely important fight for both men.

Kristen Brown interviewed Jim Miller and here is the video.

Bas Rutten uses his fists, feet, elbows and knees in his fights, but now he's added guns to his arsenal.  Check out these clips from Sinners and Saints, his new action flick, which will be released in theatres soon.

Another clip after the jump.

Phil Davis is looking forward to his upcoming fight with Rashad Evans, a fight with definite title implications.  Both men have wrestling backgrounds, but Davis feels he's on a much higher level in that regard than Evans.  In this video interview he says:

"We're both known for excellent wrestling, but only one of us actually has it."

Fighting words?  Of course.  The hype on this match has been growing nicely.  If Davis does manage to beat Rashad, which is a tall order, he will likely be in line for a title shot against Jon Jones.  If Rashad wins, he will almost certainly be next in line for the champion ship bout.  Here's the complete video interview.

Fabricio Werdum is back in the UFC and is looking to reestablish in the heavyweight.  The BJJ blackbelt is doing lots of stand up training and promises that he'll "knock out the guy or the guy will knock out" him.  Werdum is a talented HW and it's great to see him back in the UFC.  Maybe he'll get his rubber match with Alistair Overeem there one day.  Here's the video interview.

Mike Massenzio is injury free and very much looking forward to his upcoming fight with Rousimar Palhares at UFC 142 in Brazil.  Palhares is a great fighter but some of his in ring antics have fans wondering if the guy is right in the head.  He's a heel hook master, and has been known to hold submissions for too long, but none of this worries Mike.  Massenzio believes that to be the best you need to beat the best and he is pumped to be getting this opportunity.  Here's an interview I did with Mike on Saturday at the Dead Serious MMA show in Rahway.  Yes, I say Atlantic City in the video, sometimes I don't even know where I am.  Guess I'm as crazy as Mike and Ruousimar!



The NY Badass, Phil Baroni, is known for his guns, the ones connected to his shoulders.  But he's also pretty good with a paintball gun.  Middle Easy went paintballing with Phil recently and produced a kick ass video of the fun.  Check it out.


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