ROUSIMAR PALHARES RUMORS

Rousimar Palhares Suspended Two Years For Unsportsmanlike Behavior

Rousimar Palhares perceived ‘dirty’ tactics inside the cage have once again landed him in trouble as he’s just been hit with a two year ban from the sport. Despite having being widely criticized and punished in the past for not letting go of submissions holds after a fighter taps out or the referee calls an end to the fight, Palhares proceeded to do just that in his last fight...
Via Fight Of The Night
October 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Rousimar Palhares Gets 2 Year Ban For Dirty Tactics

Rousimar Palhares’ (pictured) temporary suspension just got a lot more permanent. During Thursday’s Nevada Athletic Commission hearing, the controversial welterweight was banned two years and docked $40,000 for holding a fight-ending kimura too long after opponent Jake Shields submitted in their August 1 bout at WSOF 22.After Palhares caught Shields in a kimura in the third round...
Via 5thRound.com
October 29, 2015  |  Discuss

The dirtiest fighter in MMA: Rousimar Palhares

Mike Massenzio feels the pain of a butt-hole who won’t let go. Mixed Martial Arts is a sport, wherein two combatants try to do serious damage to the other but even in a sport derived from violence there are lines that shouldn’t be crossed.  Rousimar Palhares crossed that line.  Not only did he cross it but he has done it many times.   There are things that need to be respected...
Via isportsweb.com
August 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Rousimar Palhares stripped of title; MMA fighters call for lifetime ban

Former UFC fighter Rousimar Palhares was stripped of his World Series of Fighting welterweight title over the weekend after he held a kimura submission too long while defeating his opponent. The video below shows Palhares making a nice move while on the ground to put Jake Shields in a kimura, but he held onto the submission well after the referee intervened and called the fight...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 05, 2015  |  Discuss

WSOF: Palhares Suspended, Stripped Of Title

The dirty antics of Rousimar Palhares have cost him again. The World Series of Fighting (WSOF) President Rey Sefo announced today Palhares would be stripped of his newly defended welterweight title and suspended indefinitely. The news comes after the events at last Saturday’s WSOF 22. In the third round, Palhares executed a kimura submission that prompted Shields to tap out nine...
Via BadCulture
August 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Rousimar Palhares Officially Stripped Of WSOF Title; Suspended Indefinitely

World Series Of Fighting President Ray Sefo announced today that welterweight champion Rousimar Palhares has been officially stripped of his title after holding on to a submission hold against Jake Shields on Saturday night long after his opponent had tapped out. According to the official medical report Shields now faces up to six months on a sidelines due to a suspected shoulder...
Via Fight Of The Night
August 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Rousimar Palhares Should Be Banished From MMA Following WSOF 22 Controversy

All signs appear to be pointing to the fact that World Series Of Fighting welterweight champion Rousimar Palhares could well be stripped of his title later this week after his latest controversial victory against Jake Shields on Saturday night. As we reported yesterday, Palhares was up to his old tricks at WSOF 22 as he held on to a fight-ending kimura submission against Shields...
Via Fight Of The Night
August 03, 2015  |  Discuss

WSOF 22 Results: More Controversy For Rousimar Palhares

Rousimar Palhares looked to defend his welterweight title against Jake Shields last night at WSOF 22, and he did just that, but the manner in which he won has him left accused yet again of being a ‘dirty’ fighter. Things started well enough for Shields who got an early takedown in the first round and maintained top control throughout that first five minute spell to nullify the...
Via Fight Of The Night
August 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Rousimar Palhares’ Legacy Tarnished Despite Winning WSOF Title

Rousimar Palhares moments after submitting Steve Carl for the WSOF welterweight title. Mandatory Credit: Dave Mandel/mmafighting.com Rousimar Palhares finally captured an MMA title this past Saturday as he beat Steve Carl in the first round at WSOF 9, winning the WSOF welterweight title. Palhares won the fight the way he always wins, with the heel hook. Some say Palhares held the...
Via The Sports Journal
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Palhares, Moraes, Capture WSOF Titles

LAS VEGAS, NV - All photo credit to: Lucas Noonan/WSOF – Additional photos below  Brazilian submission master Rousimar Palhares (17-6) needed just 69 seconds to take the World Series of Fighting welterweight title away from former champ Steve Carl (21-4). MAIN CARD HIGHLIGHT VIDEO  UNDERCARD HIGHLIGHT VIDEO FULL FIGHT VIDEOS PRESS CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHT VIDEO  And it was his signature...
Via BadCulture
March 30, 2014  |  Discuss
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