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It wasn’t an exciting fight per se, but it was as technical a grappling match as you will ever see. At this weight Maia will give most guys problems.
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When one of the most suffocating grapplers takes on arguably the most dangerous submission specialist in the game where does the fight end up? I'm just as curious as you are.
Demian Maia comes out to "Numb" by Linkin Park (what is with Brazilians and Linkin Park). Jon Fitch enters to his trademark "Rusty Cage" by Johnny Cash.
Maia looks for the...
A welterweight affair between Demian Maia (Pictured) and Jon Fitch was the second scrap to air live in Saturday’s “UFC 156: Aldo vs. Edgar” pay-per-view broadcast.
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Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada is hosting tonight’s festivities. The show is headlined by a featherweight superfight between...
Prior to the featherweight super fight between Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar at UFC 156 this Saturday, fans of grappling and technical ground fighting are in for a treat. Jon Fitch takes on Demian Maia in a fight where the winner looks to make a statement in the welterweight division. Fitch looked fantastic in his dominant win over Erick Silva. Fitch says he needed that win and fight...
I was considering listing all of Demian Maia’s grappling accomplishments, awards and ribbons in the body of this article so everyone could understand just exactly who we’re dealing with here in Demian Maia, but it would be too out of control. The list would be too long. If you want to see an idea of [...]
There was a long stretch in the UFC career of Jon Fitch where he dominated just about every welterweight on the UFC roster. Fitch would take down his opponents at will and work them over with ground strikes while maintaining dominant position throughout each contest. This would bore a lot of fans in attendance and watching at home while earning Fitch a reputation that he'll...
With the recent poor performances turned in from Quinton Jackson, Jon Fitch, and Rashad Evans, I thought it would be a good time to take a look at a chapter from my book Betting on MMA. The chapter title is “Breaking Point – Losing a Title Shot” and it highlights a phenomenon that every MMA bettor and fan needs to be aware of. From Betting on MMA:
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