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After Lyoto Machida trained with Steven Segal, he crane kicked Randy Couture into Bolivian and is now awaiting his title shot against Jon "Bones" Jones at UFC 140.  In this video, we get a sneak peek at one man's vision of what that fight will look like. And it ain't pretty--for Jon Jones.  Afterwards, Lyoto makes it rain with Anderson Silva money.  Funny shit, check it out.

Jon "Bones" Jones has put a beatdown on many an opponent, and now we know why.  He's got a secret weapon by the name of Holly Holm.  Holly is widely regarded as the one of the all time greatest welterweight female boxers of all time, and she was Ring Magazine's female fighter of the year--twice.  In this video she spars with the UFC LHW champion and shows some nice form, while clearly taking it easy on Jonnybones!

I owe undefeated Ring of Combat light heavyweight champion Tom DeBlass (6-0) an apology.  During the Internet broadcast of his ROC 38 title defense, I erred when stating his opponent's record.  Coming into the fight, David Tkeshelashvili had something like an 11-3 record, not the 1-1 that I mentioned on the broadcast.  I had used an online source that was incorrect, and I apologize to Tom, David and the fans watching at home that night.

That said, this may have been Tom's toughest fight to date, and he showed a lot of grit and skill in retaining his title with a unanimous decision win.  DeBlass has been on my radar screen for some time now, and he gets better with each performance.  Lou Neglia, promoter and matchmaker for the Ring of Combat, never gives his champions an easy fight, and Tom had to work hard to defend his crown against the very tough and talented Tkeshelashvili.  Once again, he passed a tough test with flying colors.  I suspect that Tom will one day soon be getting a call from the UFC, as have over 50 ROC fighters, including current UFC LW champion Frankie Edgar.

Kris Brown was on hand at the show, and she interviewed Tom after the fight.  Check it out.

At Lou Neglia's Ring of Combat show last weekend, I ran into Edson Barboza and his manager and strength and conditioning coach Joe Mullings.  They talked about Edson's training, his upcoming fight with Terry Etim and more.


Fresh off his knockout victory over George Sotiropoulos at UFC 132, Rio de Janeiro resident Rafael Dos Anjos spent 3 weeks in Southern California sharpening his skills at Black House and Reign Training Center between training camps.

Featuring:
Andre Dida, Pedro Munhoz, Leandro Batata, Roy Tapia, James Moontasri, Kevin Casey, Kenny Johnson, and Mark Munoz.

Rafael takes on fellow Brazilian Gleison Tibau at UFC 139 November 19 in San Jose, CA.

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Rampage Jackson knows about BGD: Bad Gift Disorder.  It's an affliction that affects millions of people around the world.  But now there's help.  With Rampage leading the way, you can overcome this horrible condition.  Stop being a victim.  Watch this video.

 

 

Ken Shamrock is a legend in the sport of MMA.  His popularity was a big part of the success of MMA, and his accomplishments cannot be understated. Unfortunately, in the UFC encyclopedia, as we pointed out recently, Ken received only a half a page, which was as insulting as it was petty.  Still, long time fans know how important Ken was to the evolution of the sport, and show him the proper respect.

In this wide ranging video interview, Ken talks about the early days, steroids, Pancrase and lots more.  Respect the chops!

 

Back in 2005, Rampage Jackson fought Shogun Rua in at Pride FC (Pride Never Die!).  Shogun put on a dominating performance and stopped Rampage in the first round.  It was a classic Pride fight that you can now watch from the point of view of the referee.  Here is a ref-cam look at the fight.

 

 

Chris Weidman is one of MMA's rising stars.  He is 6-0 in his MMA career and 2-0 in the UFC.  Weidman will be taking on tough Tom Lawler on November 19 at UFC 139.  Kristen Brown interviewed Chris at he spoke at length about his MMA career, as well as his attempt to make it as hockey player in the NHL.  I could tell you one thing, Weidman would have made one hell of an enforcer.  Here is the interview:

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