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When former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight and Light Heavyweight champion Randy Couture signed a multi-year deal with Bellator MMA, UFC president Dana white was elated because that meant he never had to work with the Hall of Famer who, in Dana's words, "stops being a man when his big toes step out of the cage."
So why the animosity?
According to White, Couture was never honest with him when asked about the possibility of jumping ship to the UFC's former home, Spike TV. After it was discovered "The Natural" had indeed made the switch from the UFC and Fox to Bellator and Spike TV, White unloaded on Randy and his 'lies.'
But, now that one Couture made his way out of the UFC, there is another ready to make his way in.
Ryan Couture, son of Randy, will look to make his debut with the promotion sometime this year after he was one of the select fighters from the now defunct Strikeforce organization who received a contract with the worl...
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When former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight and Light Heavyweight Champion Randy Couture put pen to paper last week and joined the ranks of Spike TV, UFC President Dana White said he was happy.
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As it turns out, the Las Vegas fight boss already...
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Dana White might be critical of his performance, but that didn't stop the UFC from making Rashad Evans the highest paid fighter at UFC 156. In a losing effort Evans took home $300,000 (if he had won he would have earned another $210,000).
Here is the official fighter purse info for UFC 156, released from the Nevada Athletic Commission.
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If you've been watching The Ultimate Fighter 17 Sonnen vs. Jones then you've seen this crazy knock out. It was just the second fight of the season and Uriah Hall of team Sonnen knocked the crap out of Adam Cella on Tuesday's episode with a huge heel kick to the face. Dana White said it was the craziest knock out he's seen in his fighting career. Check out the...
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Alright, let me first introduce this as a new weekly staple here at
HOV-MMA. Every Monday I will write an
editorial piece about what moves me. It
might be an amazing fight recap, interview or news item, but by and large it
will be a forum for me to mouth off about whatever I want. God bless America.
Dana White is as forgiving as a failed parachute. Usually you can take...