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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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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...
Welterweight Josh Koscheck (Pictured) has long been one of the most disliked athletes on the UFC’s roster, so fans’ disdain for the controversial 34-year-old is likely to hit a fever pitch after seeing the house and toys he owns. As all the cool kids are saying these days, “Haters gonna hate.”
In this week’s edition of FUEL TV’s “UFC Ultimate Insider,” Koscheck...
Apparently, being the villain pays well. Josh Koscheck isn't the most popular of people, among fans and fighters alike, but that doesn't mean he's not living large, pushing luxury cars. Check out this video tour of Mr. Koscheck's crib.[youtube]Xv_BRPIlyN0#![/youtube]
Melissa Diaz took exception the characterization that her two MMA standout sons, Nick and Nate, grew up "on the mean streets of Stockton."
"We lived in a Morada," Diaz told FOXSports.com. "It's a small residential area out in the country. There were orchards all around. I wanted to keep them out there so they couldn't get in trouble."
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
IZOD Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey hosted “UFC on FOX: Diaz vs. Miller” on Saturday night. Lightweight Nate Diaz (Pictured) solidified his next dibs status by submitting Jim Miller with a guillotine choke in the show’s featured attraction.
If you happened to miss tonight’s scrap between the 155-pounders, no worries because ESPN has provided the highlights for your...
All too often in mixed martial arts, cards are littered with lopsided matchups. The unpredictability factor always exists, but the competitive nature of the sizzling scraps featured on the UFC's return to FOX for the third time Saturday in New Jersey will surely epitomize the true intricacies and shock value that make up the game.
Four evenly matched encounters highlight an...
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 [...]
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.
Jim Miller talks about how he’s prepared for Nate Diaz, his excitement to be competing in his home state, and his passion for brewing his own beer.
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...
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...
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
With three UFC events, a Strikeforce card, four more Bellator shows and of course a handful of smaller name shows in the mix - May is all about MMA. Below are five fights (with a few honorable mentions) that I feel like stand above the rest in regards to the unmitigated excitement and overall importance they have in the grand scheme of things.
1. Nate Diaz vs. Jim Miller (UFC...