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UFC 71 Looks Like A `Rampage'
When it comes to UFC events this year, so far the safest prediction has been to go with the underdog. If we're to continue to follow that logic, then Quinton "Rampage" Jackson will become the light-heavyweight champion sometime around 10 p.m. Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. LINK
Submitted May 22, 2007 3:10PM by zephead - 0 comments
Quinton’s Quotables
Cover this game long enough and you’ll get a few perks, one of which is interviewing some of the most interesting athletes in the world, guys with great stories and the willingness to tell them. LINK
Submitted May 22, 2007 3:08PM by zephead - 0 comments
A Different Look at Ultimate Fighting
Since its inception in 1993, Ultimate Fighting has been a no holds barred sport that has attracted the attention of a new generation of fight fans. LINK
Submitted May 22, 2007 3:07PM by zephead - 0 comments
Retro Minute-by-Minute: Liddell-Jackson I
Though nearly four years have passed since Chuck Liddell (Pictures) occupied the same blood-splattered real estate with Quinton Jackson (Pictures), they remain substantially the same fighters. Liddell still looks to dislocate jaws by winging that looping left or mean overhand right; Jackson continues to perpetuate his specialized brand of wrestling, including takedowns marinated in enough menace to give Dan Gable nightmares. LINK
Submitted May 22, 2007 8:46AM by aznteabagger - 0 comments
UFCjunkie.com Source: UFC 75 to Take Place in London, England
UFC 75 will take place in London, England in September, according to a UFCjunkie.com (www.ufcjunkie.com) source close to one of the event’s possible fighters. LINK
Submitted May 22, 2007 8:41AM by aznteabagger - 2 comments
The Buzz Is All Rampage-Liddell
Is there anything else to talk about in the world of mixed martial arts but Saturday night’s light heavyweight title bout? The rematch between Chuck Liddell and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is the type of blockbuster fight the UFC can now produce, thanks to the purchase of rival organizations such as the World Fighting Alliance and Pride. LINK
Submitted May 21, 2007 8:54PM by zephead - 0 comments
The Great Fight North
We hope you’re all enjoying this long Labour Day weekend in Canada and making an easy transition back to work in other places. It’s Monday so here we are with another edition of The Great Fight North. LINK
Submitted May 21, 2007 8:50PM by zephead - 0 comments
Bisping Onboard For UFC 75
UK light heavyweight standout Michael “The Count” Bisping has confirmed that he will be fighting on September 8 at UFC 75 against an unnamed opponent. The wildly popular local fighter earned a second round TKO at April 21's UFC 70 against Elvis Sinosic in Manchester, just miles down the road from his Clithoroe township. LINK
Submitted May 21, 2007 8:49PM by zephead - 6 comments
Stealing The Show?
The main event for UFC 71 is Chuck Liddell taking on Quinton “Rampage” Jackson for the light heavyweight title, but the fight that may end up stealing the show features two of the best welterweight fighters in the world when Karo “The Heat” Parisyan takes on former Ultimate Fighter housemate, Josh “The People’s Warrior” Burkman. LINK
Submitted May 21, 2007 8:47PM by zephead - 0 comments
Trainer Says Chuck Is "On His Game"
Chuck Liddell’s longtime friend, training partner and trainer John Hackleman joined MMAWeekly’s SoundOff Radio show to talk about Chuck’s preparation and training camp for his upcoming fight with Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson. LINK
Submitted May 21, 2007 8:44PM by zephead - 0 comments
Jackson Fighting For Respect
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson makes his way to the ring howling like a werewolf with a thick junkyard chain wrapped around his neck. LINK
Submitted May 21, 2007 8:41PM by zephead - 0 comments
Right on Time - The 'Old' Rampage is Back
“What makes this a big fight? It’s just two men going off to war, we fight for a large amount and we’ve danced this dance before. I’ve been in this predicament several times before, so what makes this a big fight? Millions of people are gonna be watching us, but it’s just gonna be me, him, and the referee inside that cage.”- Quinton Jackson LINK
Submitted May 21, 2007 9:15AM by aznteabagger - 13 comments
Starnes Gives New Meaning to the Phrase "Well Rounded Fighter"
Had a bad day? Wife and kids on your nerves, bills late, feeling a little under the weather, that sort of thing? Don’t feel like you can physically or mentally get it together to go to work tomorrow? It’s okay, call in sick, regroup and try again another day. Sound good? Well, professional fighters don’t have that luxury. And for all the talk that pro athletes should shut up and suck it up because they’re getting paid money to perform, the fact remains that they are also human beings, and not immune to the everyday stresses and aches and pains that affect all of us. The only thing is, when we have a bad day, we don’t read about it on the Internet. Enter Kalib Starnes. LINK
Submitted May 20, 2007 6:19PM by aznteabagger - 7 comments
Myth-ed Martial Arts: Rage In the Cage
“The cage is safer than the ring.” “Mixed martial arts is safer than boxing.” Antagonized by critics, these are the kinds of things fans of MMA find themselves saying in trying to defend the sport. LINK
Submitted May 20, 2007 1:59PM by zephead - 0 comments
A Look Back At D.C.'s First Sanctioned Pro MMA Event
Last Saturday, I attended the first sanctioned professional MMA event in our nation's capital. The event, dubbed "The Revolution" by its promoter, Mixed Martial Arts Championship (MMAC), took place at the DC Armory. LINK
Submitted May 20, 2007 1:56PM by zephead - 3 comments
Aged Ruas Loses in Sad Performance
Saturday, May the 19th, in the main event of the International Fight League’s Chicago-area debut, after a near five and a half year layoff, mixed martial arts legend, Marco Ruas returned to the sport he helped usher into the United States, losing to Maurice Smith. LINK
Submitted May 20, 2007 1:51PM by zephead - 2 comments
PRIDE’s Wanderlei Silva Taking the Year off
Performify back with some big news from the world of PRIDE Fighting Championships. PRIDE’s Wanderlei Silva declared that he will take off the rest of 2007 to focus on training. In an in-depth interview posted today in the Gazeta do Povo, a newspaper from Silva’s hometown of Curitiba, Brazil, the former PRIDE 205-pound champion expressed that he would not return to the PRIDE ring — or the UFC Octagon — until sometime in 2008. LINK
Submitted May 19, 2007 1:18PM by aznteabagger - 11 comments
Ramapge Looks To End 'The Iceman's' Streak
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson cemented his reputation as one of the most exciting fighters in the world during his time in Japan's PRIDE organization, a wildly successful run that made him an international star and included a TKO victory over Chuck Liddell in November 2003, the last loss "the Iceman" has suffered to date. LINK
Submitted May 19, 2007 7:45AM by zephead - 4 comments
Cops Hit Back At 'Ground and Pound'
Police departments are retraining officers to better fight on the ground after an explosion of public interest in mixed martial arts and ultimate fighting. LINK
Submitted May 19, 2007 7:44AM by zephead - 0 comments
Mixed Martials and Boxing: Action Plenty
I am a boxing aficionado, but I understand the appeal of the Mixed Martial Artist. While boxing has the advantage in the action department, it is not that Mixed Martial Arts is devoid of action or suspense. LINK
Submitted May 19, 2007 7:42AM by zephead - 3 comments
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