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Amongst the anticipation of Georges St.Pierre’s return to the octagon, and the hype-machine going full blast for that card, many have forgotten that there is in fact a fight going down this Saturday. UFC Macao will be coming to us from Macao, China, at the Cotai Arena with headliners Rich Franklin facing Chung Le finishing [...]
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In an unprecedented move, FUEL TV will featured never-before-seen live look at how one of the best MMA training camps are run and conducted with the special “Training Day: Inside The Tristar Gym Live” on Monday at 12:30PM ET. During the live show, FUEL TV will telecast Tristar’s top athletes, including UFC welterweight king Georges St-Pierre and welterweight contender Rory...
By the time the cage door slams shut at UFC 154, it will have marked 19 months since the last time welterweight king Georges St-Pierre (Pictured) defended his throne. Given his extended hiatus, GSP is expecting interim champ Carlos Condit to come out with guns blazing as he looks to knock the ring rust off the hometown hero.
“I’ve been out for a long time, so he’s gonna...
The Octagon might be ending its four-week hiatus this Saturday, but “UFC on FUEL TV: Franklin vs. Le” is being met with next to no fanfare. Thankfully, the Gambling Gods know just the trick to make things a tad bit more interesting.
A middleweight matchup between Rich Franklin (Pictured) and Cung Le headlines the show. Franklin checks in as a 3.5-to-1 odds-on favorite to post...
Just in case you didn’t know, “UFC on FUEL TV: Franklin vs. Le” takes place this Saturday in China. To help generate hoopla for the freebie fight card, FUEL TV has released an extended video preview featuring the card’s featured athletes.
CotaiArena inside The Venetian Macau Resort in Macau hosts the festivities. A middleweight shootout between Cung Le (Pictured) and Rich...
6'1" 185 lbs (Middleweight)
76" reach, Southpaw
October 5, 1974
29-6 (1) (UFC: 14-5)
1 straight win
Brown Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
UFC Middleweight Champion: 2005-2006 (two successful title defenses)
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With exactly one week remaining until the curtain is drawn on the Octagon’s debut in China, the November 10th lineup has undergone a minor change. An injury has forced Kyung Ho Kang out of his bantamweight affair against Alex Caceres and Motonobu Tezuka has agreed to serve as a last-minute substitute.
Tezuka owns a 19-4-4 professional record, but this marks his first fight in...