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Nate Marquardt Granted Reprieve By UFC

Despite dropping five of his last six fights, including two straight, veteran Nate Marquardt (pictured) has been granted a reprieve by the UFC.On Friday, it was announced Marquardt will face C.B. Dollaway at UFC on FOX 17.Nate “The Great” has been anything but of late. This is a must-win if the 36-year-old has ever seen one.Dollaway, meanwhile, could very well also be fighting...
August 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Nate Marquardt: 'God has a plan for me and it's in the UFC'

Former title contender Nate Marquardt suffered his second straight loss last Saturday night when he was unable to continue after the second round of his fight against Kelvin Gastelum at UFC 188. The loss dropped Marquardt to 1-5 in his last six fights and 1-4 since returning to the UFC in 2013. The latest defeat was a particularly hard pill to swallow as Marquardt was not only out...
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June 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Nate Marquardt Vows To Keep Fighting After Latest Loss

Nate Marquardt suffered his fifth loss in his last six fights at UFC 188 on Saturday night, but in a new message to his fans the 36 year-old has vowed to continue competing. Marquardt looked a shadow of his former self in Mexico, but despite that appearing to be a recurring theme for him of late, he insists that illness and a lack of preparation to cope with the demands of fighting...
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June 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Kelvin Gastelum Defeats Nate Marquardt By TKO At UFC 188

Kelvin Gastelum dominated Nate Marquardt tonight at UFC 188, resulting in Marquardt quitting on his stool at the end of a punishing second round. Round One: Gastelum misses on a leg kick attempt. And another. He’s taking the center of the cage though and looking to press the action. Marquart with a short flurry of punches, but nothing really there. Gastelum responds in kind...
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June 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Brad Tavares Outpoints Nate Marquardt At UFC 182

Brad Tavares was able to utilize solid striking fundamentals tonight at UFC 182 to get the better of Nate Marquardt over the course of three rounds of fighting. Round One: Tavares pumping out the jab to start this one. He looks for a one-two, but Marquardt backs up. Leg kick from Tavares. Marquardt tries a high kick, but comes up short. Marquardt looks to clinch, but Tavares throws...
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January 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Fight Night Auckland: Nate Marquardt vs. James Te Huna play-by-play

Nate Marquardt came to fight in his first middleweight bout since early 2011. He came to fight from the opening bell right up until the finish. He dictated the pace and dished out the punishment. He looked like the Nate Marquardt of old. He looked like the #1 middleweight contender/King of Pancrase that we all thought may have left the building following his two recent KO losses...
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June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Nate Marquardt submits hometown boy James Te Huna

Marquardt went back to Middleweight and looked super impressive in a submission win over James Te Huna. (Image courtesy of Nate Marquardt silenced the New Zealand crowd from the very start of the round before controlling the hometown fighter and finishing him via armbar late in the first round. Te Huna came out swinging early but it was Marquardt who landed first, a...
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June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Nate Marquardt Submits James Te Huna By Armbar At UFC Fight Night 43

Nate Marquardt got his career back on track at UFC Fight Night 43 with a strong first round showing against James Te Huna that resulted in a submission victory. Round One: Te Huna looks huge compared to Marquardt as he prepares to make his middleweight debut. Nice right hand from Marquardt. He throws a high kick. Te Huna pressing forward though, but he eats a knee and drops down...
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June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

‘UFC Fight Night: Marquardt vs. Te Huna’ Complete Betting Odds

The first of two UFC events on Saturday will be jumping off shortly in Auckland. Make sure to get your bets in on time for “UFC Fight Night: Marquardt vs. Te Huna.” Nate Marquardt (pictured) meets James Te Huna in the show’s featured tango. If the sportsbooks prove true, Marquardt will be leaving New Zealand on a four-fight skid. Marquardt is a +165 underdog, while Te Huna...
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

‘UFC Fight Night: Marquardt vs. Te Huna’ Betting Odds (Main Card)

Nate Marquardt (pictured) will likely be fighting for his UFC life this Saturday when the veteran attempts to snap his three-fight losing skid. Unfortunately for “Nate the Great,” the Gambling Gods don’t give him great odds of beating James Te Huna. Marquardt is pegged as a +165 underdog in New Zealand. Te Huna, meanwhile, checks in as slightly more than a 2-1 odds-on favorite...
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

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