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UFC Lightweight Mac Danzig announces retirement After a 12 year career, UFC Lightweight Mac Danzig has announced in a video interview with USA Today Sports that he has decided to retire from mixed martial arts. In the interview, Danzig discussed concerns he had for his own health and how those concerns were a major factor in deciding to retire at the age of 34. His career began in 2001 and won the King of the Cage...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Mac Danzig Retires From MMA At 34

Long-time UFC fighter Mac Danzig has announced his retirement from the sport of mixed martial arts at the age of 34. The former ‘Ultimate Fighter’ winner cites health concerns as the main reason for his decision to hang up his gloves after 13 years of competing in the cage. “Really, the only physical cue for me to step back from competition came last year, when I began to suffer...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC Veteran Mac Danzig Retires From MMA

Mac Danzig’s (pictured) professional fighting days are officially over. The UFC lightweight unceremoniously announced his retirement from MMA via a post on Tumblr Tuesday night. Danzig posted a 21-12-1 professional record over his 13-year career. He emerged onto the UFC scene as a contestant on “The Ultimate Fighter 6″ back in 2007. The 34-year-old has lost three of his past...
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Lauzon dispatches Mac Danzig with unanimous decision win

It wasn't the usual Joe Lauzon fight, but in a moment where he needed to get a victory the Boston area native put on a dominant performance to beat Mac Danzig in the kick off fight at UFC on FOX on Saturday night. Lauzon entered the cage against Danzig on the first two fight losing streak of his career so he put plenty of self-applied pressure to ensure that he would stop the skid...
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December 14, 2013  |  Discuss

UFC on FOX 9 'Johnson vs. Benavidez 2' Event Preview

TJ Grant, Anthony Pettis, Carlos Condit, Matt Brown, Ian McCall, John Dodson, Jamie Varner, Kelvin Gastelum and John Moraga. That is a list of fighters who were scheduled to fight on this Saturday's UFC on Fox 9 event but were forced off of the card for one reason or another. What's left is a pale shadow of the original line-up but still a pretty fun quartet of scraps for the UFC...
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December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

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