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Joe Lauzon Out Of UFC 180 Fight With Diego Sanchez

There’s more bad news for the UFC 180 event in Mexico with Joe Lauzon now out of his fight with Diego Sanchez on the November 15th show. Lauzon had himself been a replacement for Norman Parke who was originally scheduled to face Sanchez before he picked up an injury. If anything the announcement that Lauzon was set to fight him instead had been met with more enthusiasm from fans...
Via Fight Of The Night
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Lauzon injured and out of UFC 180 bout with Diego Sanchez

The hits just keep on coming for UFC 180 in Mexico with lightweight Joe Lauzon being the latest fighter to drop off the card due to injury. Lauzon was expected to face Diego Sanchez on the main card for the UFC's debut in Mexico on November 15, but he's been forced out of the fight after suffering an injury in training. Sources close to the fight confirmed Lauzon's exit...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Joe Lauzon Out of UFC 180 Fight with Diego Sanchez

UFC 180′s main event isn’t the only scrap that’s getting tinkered with. For the second time in as many opponents, Diego Sanchez will need a new dance partner for the November 15 event. One day after heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez was forced to withdraw from his bout with Fabricio Werdum with a knee injury, allowing Mark Hunt to step in and battle Werdum for the interim...
Via 5thRound.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Lauzon Vs Diego Sanchez Now Set For UFC 180

An MCL injury has forced Norman Parke out of his UFC 180 main card fight with Diego Sanchez in Mexico on November 15th, but the promotion have moved swiftly to draft in a suitable replacement for the TUF winner. Joe Lauzon has now stepped in to serve as Parke’s replacement against Sanchez, and that’s a match-up that’s likely to put a smile of fight fan’s faces. Lauzon became...
Via Fight Of The Night
21 days ago  |  Discuss

UFC 180: Joe Lauzon tapped as replacement to battle Diego Sanchez in Mexico

We got a couple of bleeders! After a knee injury rendered TUF ‘The Smashes’ lightweight tournament winner Norman Parke unable to compete against Diego Sanchez at UFC 180 next month, a bit of a troll job took place on social media last night via Parke’s fellow Irishman. I am fighting @DiegoSanchezUFC in Mexico, November 15th. He spoke a big game. Now he will pay with his career...
Via Fight Booth
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Lauzon Challenges Michael Chiesa to ‘Accept the Loss Like a Man, or…’

Someone can’t get over the sting of losing a fight because of a nasty eyebrow gash. Someone else has already put the opponent in his rear-view mirror. If you don’t follow them on Twitter or Instagram, the first sentence refers to Michael Chiesa (pictured) and the latter is about Joe Lauzon. Chiesa was livid after the cageside doctor decided the cut he suffered on his right eyebrow...
Via 5thRound.com
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Lauzon Stops Michael Chiesa Due To Nasty Cut At UFC Fight Night 50

Joe Lauzon and Michael Chiesa put on a great scrap at UFC Fight Night 50 in Conneticut this evening that came to an end when aggressive offense from Lauzon in the second round led to Chiesa suffering a fight-ending cut above his right eye. Round One: Chiesa with a low kick to start. He fires out some punches from range and then tries a kick, but Lauzon catches him and bundles him...
Via Fight Of The Night
September 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Great MMA Debate: Conversations with Joe Lauzon and Michelle Waterson

Ahead of their fights this weekend, Joe Lauzon and Michelle Waterson sit down for a special conversation with the Great MMA Debate podcast while we also discuss the fallout from UFC 177 and make our picks and predictions for this weekend's card from Connecticut. Joe Lauzon may be preparing for a fight against Michael Chiesa this weekend, but nothing can trump the battle he was...
Via Fox Sports
September 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Lauzon's killer fight vlogs are back

Well before the UFC offered bonuses for social media efforts, Joe Lauzon was one of the earliest adopters of technology as a tool of direct communication with his fans. He posts on a popular MMA messageboard, chats on Twitter, regularly uploads vlogs on his YouTube channel and is active on Facebook. His approach should come as no surprise given his background; the popular lightweight...
Via Fox Sports
August 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Joe Lauzon Posts Pictures of Battered Face Following UFC 155

As the old adage goes, “Time heals all wounds.” Well, at the rate UFC lightweight Joe Lauzon is going, he’ll need a few more weeks to get his battered face back to normal. Lauzon tweeted the above pic two days after his unanimous decision defeat to Jim Miller at UFC 155. Just 24 hours later, he posted the image below stating, “3 days later… Keeps getting worse.” Fans...
Via 5thRound.com
January 02, 2013  |  Discuss
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