Found September 16, 2013 on
Eddie Wineland (20-8-1, pictured) will attempt to become a champion once again at this coming weekend’s UFC 165 event, when he takes on Renan Barao (30-1 (1nc)) for the interim bantamweight title. Wineland’s first title reign occurred in the WEC, when he defeated Antonio Banuelos (20-10-1) to become the first ever WEC bantamweight title […]
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There's nothing 'interim' about Renan Barao's MMA dominance: the 26-year-old Brazilian bantamweight is riding an absolutely lethal 20-fight win streak. He plans to make it 21 against Eddie Wineland on Saturday.
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Eddie Wineland enters the Octagon at UFC 165 to fight one of the UFC's marquee talents, Renan Barao.
While that may appear to be a daunting task for most, Wineland isn't particularly concerned with it. Eddie told Ultimate Insider that in his opinion, the challenges that his little brother, Cory, a severe burn victim, faces on a day to day basis are far greater than something...
How long are their arms? That's the question on everybody's lips. So let me get it out of the way early on. Jones Jones, in his last fight with Chael Sonnen, had a 84.5 inch reach. Against Shogun Rua, Alexander Gustafsson had an 76.5 inch reach. So unless Gustafsson has had a growth spurt at the age of twenty-six or Jon Jones has shrunk because of his nasty broken toe then...