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An additonal $ 65,000 was awarded to each of the following fighters for their refusal to underachieve during tonight's fights inside of East Rutherford, New Jersey's IZOD Center.
Fight of the night - Louis Gaudinot vs. John Lineker
Knockout of the night - Lavar Johnson
Submission of the night - Nate Diaz
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Last night's UFC on Fox event was all about Nate Diaz. It was billed as Nate's chance to move out from underneath big brother Nick's shadow, and he definitely accomplished that mission. Not only did Diaz best Jim Miller in the main event, he also walked away from the night with the biggest paycheck (it also pushed Nate to over $1 million in reported earnings in his...
Last night in the main event of UFC on FOX 3 Nate Diaz became the first fighter to finish the scrappy Jim Miller. Diaz has now won three straight bouts as he improves his record to 16-7. In addition, Diaz has established himself has the number one contender in the stacked lightweight division.
UFC President Dana White confirmed that Diaz will get the title shot and that he plans...
Josh Koscheck during his UFC on FOX 3 presser:
"A lot of you people write all these stories," Koscheck said. "'Youth versus age,' ********. You guys are all ******* retards. Retards. I laugh at you...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
Of the four fights that aired live during Saturday’s FOX broadcast, Johny Hendricks was the lone odds-on favorite to pull through – and he only managed to do so by the skin of his teeth. However, while Josh Koscheck (Pictured) isn’t about to complain about his controversial split decision defeat, the 34-year-old believes he should have left New Jersey with the W.
After an incredibly dominant performance at UFC on FOX, Nate Diaz took some time to talk with UFC Tonight analyst Ariel Helwani. Diaz reflected on his fight with Jim Miller and believes that he has earned himself a shot at the UFC lightweight title. Will Dana White give him his chance at UFC gold?
Tomorrow night promises a stacked card for UFC fans for free on FOX, here are full weigh in results for those participating on the card: MAIN CARD ON FOX Nate Diaz (156) vs. Jim Miller (156) Josh Koscheck (170.5) vs. Johny Hendricks (170.5) Rousimar Palhares (186) vs. Alan Belcher (186) Pat Barry (244) vs. Lavar [...]
The New Jersey State Athletic Control Board has medically suspended 14 athletes who competed in Saturday night’s “UFC on FOX: Diaz vs. Miller” event. Ten of the card’s fighters were issued indefinite bans for their respective war wounds.
Although Pat Barry (Pictured) was rushed to the hospital immediately following his vicious TKO loss to Lavar Johnson, the heavyweight will...
The UFC continues its onward march into the busy summer schedule with a free offering on network television this weekend. The UFC on Fox 3 main event features a potential Number One Contender’s bout for the UFC’s Lightweight Championship as Nate Diaz battles Jim Miller. Related posts:
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Through eight “UFC on FOX: Diaz vs. Miller” fights, five have ended via uneventful unanimous decision.
The UFC wasn’t initially planning on offering a live stream of the opening two bouts in the lineup, but thank the good Lord they changed their minds. Both scraps ended in thrilling fashion.
Bantamweight Roland Delorme (Pictured) was dazed and confused early, but managed to...
An ecstatic Johny Hendricks spoke with UFC Tonight analyst Ariel Helwani after his thrilling bout with Josh Koscheck at UFC on FOX. Hendricks’ performance put the welterweight division on notice, and he believes that he is at the top of the list for a title shot against Georges St.Pierre.
A very special episode of Fight Day Live will be coming at you today at 4pm ET from the Izod Center in East Rutherford, NJ. The UFC invades the Fox network with an action packed card highlighted by two contender fights of Josh Koscheck vs. Johny Hendricks and Nate Diaz vs. Jim Miller. Fight Day Live will break down the full fight card as well as discuss the hot button topics...
The dust has barely settled from Nate Diaz’s submission victory over Jim Miller in the UFC’s third show on FOX, but that hasn’t stopped the planet’s most prestigious mixed martial arts promotion from hyping their upcoming pay-per-view broadcast.
“UFC 146: Dos Santos vs. Mir” takes place May 26th and features a heavyweight title tilt between champion Junior dos Santos...
Live discussion of UFC On Fox’s Diaz Vs. Miller event begins Saturday night, May 5, at 8 PM EST. Complete card is below. [EDIT: VINCE'S PICKS TO FOLLOW]
Lightweight bout: Nate Diaz vs. Jim Miller
Welterweight bout: Josh Koscheck vs. Johny Hendricks
Heavyweight bout: Pat Barry vs. Lavar Johnson
Middleweight bout: Rousimar Palhares vs. Alan Belcher