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Everyone has heard of ‘The Dolce Diet’ and how it can transform bodies. The man behind it, Mike Dolce proved that today, as his client Johny Hendricks went from 212lbs all the way down to the 170lbs weight limit.
Weigh-ins for UFC 154 are later today and we will get to see Johny Hendricks and Martin Kampmann face-off prior to their co-main event battle tomorrow in Montreal.
The above picture was posted on Mike Dolce’s Facebook page to show how relaxed Hendricks is prior to weigh-ins.
It’s not the first time Dolce has brought a fighter down to weight so quickly. In the past he brought Quinton “Rampage” Jackson down 41lbs in six weeks to make the 205lbs weight limit.
Many people are knocking the fact that dropping that much weight is not healthy for the body long term. However fighters hire Dolce so they are not cutting weight the un-healthy way and are able to safely drop the weight in a clean and safe manner.
This has been the third full camp that Hendricks has used Dolce to prepar...
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A welterweight shootout between Johny Hendricks (Pictured) and Martin Kampmann served as UFC 154′s co-featured attraction.
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Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada is hosting tonight’s festivities. The show is headlined by a welterweight title unification scrap between champion Georges St-Pierre and interim champ...
Johny Hendricks (Pictured) is quietly, yet violently, making his way up the welterweight totem pole. Martin Kampmann became his latest victim when the kickboxer found himself on the business end of “Bigg Rigg’s” left hand at UFC 154.
Fast-forward just 46 seconds into Saturday’s shootout and Kampmann was unconscious on the canvas.
“I’m a wrestler and I can knock people...
Give credit where credit is due. Martin Kampmann lasted four times in his bout with Johny Hendricks tonight than Jon Fitch did last December.
Hendricks tried to lay out Kampmann early with that power left but "The Hitman" wasn't having it. So "Big Rig" had to get a little sneaky. He set up the power left with a right, and that left put out the lights...
The UFC makes it’s long awaited return to La Belle Province this weekend as it also makes its return to the airwaves of Pay Per View. Live from the Bell Center in Montreal, Quebec, Canada the UFC brings UFC 154 live this Saturday night.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet your new UFC welterweight top contender. According to company president Dana White, Johny Hendricks (Pictured) punched his #1 contender ticket when he punched Martin Kampmann into unconsciousness at UFC 154.
“He looked damn good [Saturday night],” White expressed at the post-fight press conference. “It was a replica of the Jon Fitch fight. He even...
"I'm gonna keep knocking dudes out, and beating 'em up until I get the title." - Kampmann
"I gotta beat Kampmann to get to that UFC title, and nothing else matters." - Hendricks
Johny Hendricks has knocked out two of his last three opponents in decisive fashion. That obviously hasn’t made Jake Ellenberger a believer.
Ellenberger tweeted UFC President Dana White following the UFC 154 fight.
“IF Johnny Hendricks beats me @danawhite, Cut me & I will be a man of my word & NEVER fight again.”
Ellenberger (28-6) was on a six fight winning streak...
After a spectacular night of MMA action, UFC president Dana White awarded Johny Hendricks, Ivan Menjivar, Georges St-Pierre and Carlos Condit each an additional $70,000 for their special performances Saturday night at “UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit.”
It took Hendricks all of 46 ticks to earn his ‘Knockout of the Night’ check. Martin Kampmann was unconscious on the canvas...
UFC 154 provided an action packed night of fights from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The headlining fight featured Georges St-Pierre defeating Carlos Condit by unanimous decision to unify the welterweight titles.
At the conclusion of the event UFC officials announced that the following fighters were awarded $70K bonuses for their performance.
Fight of the Night...
Check out the highlights of the UFC 154 post-fight press conference in the video below. UFC President Dana White, welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre, Carlos Condit and Johny Hendricks reflect on the event and discuss what is next.
UFC 154 post-fight press conference highlight video is a post from: MMA Interplay UFC News
UFC 154 marked a successful homecoming to welterweight champion George St. Pierre after his 18 month layoff to rehabilitate a career threatening knee injury. Check out his post fight reactions and also the reactions of the others below, thanks to Fuel TV and MMAWeekly.com.
George St. Pierre
The main event of Saturday night's UFC 154 in Montreal will only solve one question in the crowded welterweight division: Who is the true champion: longtime belt-holder Georges St-Pierre, coming off a 19-month layoff due to injuries, or Carlos Condit, who captured the interim belt in St-Pierre's absence?
After that, the division is as full of unanswered questions as any...