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ufc fight night 88

In the same video, which you can see below, check out fight primers featuring Aljamain Sterling and Bryan Caraway.

The two collide Sunday night in the UFC Fight Pass main event of UFC Fight Night 88 from Las Vegas.

ufc 203

As he posted on social media, Stipe Miocic’s first heavyweight title defense will take place “in the Land!”

Miocic announced that UFC 203 will go down September 10 from Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena during the NBA Eastern Conference Finals Wednesday night.

It's on! Defending the belt in the land!!!! #andstill #clevelandagainsttheworld #ufc203 #clevelandtough #theland

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It marks the debut of the Octagon in Cleveland, and has everything to do with Miocic after the Ohio native won the belt with a first round knockout of Fabricio Werdum in Brazil earlier this month.

The 33-year-old Miocic (15-2) has won three in a row and is 6-1 over his last seven, including his finish of Werdum. He’s also topped Andrei Arlovski, Mark Hunt and Roy Nelson.

Overeem (41-14) sports a four-fight win streak that features a recent knockout of Arlovski and victories over Junior dos Santos, Nelson and Stefan Struve.

james te huna

Following 10 fights inside the Octagon and 25 overall, James Te Huna has decided to move on in life.

Te Huna announced his retirement from mixed martial arts earlier this week, posting a message on social media.

The 34-year-old has lost each of his last four fights after going 10-1 during one point in his career. He finishes with an overall record of 16-9 and a UFC mark of 5-5.

Hey guys ..yes I'm alive haha, it's been a couple months since my last post and I apologise for my absence. I have discovered something that is tough to swallow (but made a lot of sense) since the last fight but this recent decision is a positive step towards a healthy future, I hope you can all understand. I gave it everything I had guys, and those closest to me know how much of my life I gave to competition-I didn't have the gift when I started..just put in the work to chase a childhood dream. This career has expanded to 20 years and I have/am very grateful for all the help and support that I have received along this amazing journey. I got to learn and gain respect, discipline from martial arts, my culture and my family. Living a healthy lifestyle (minus the hospitals lol). Experiencing the positives and negatives of a sport-I have been through it all and I'll be using this knowledge in my next venture. I received a lot of help and I always done my best to give back whenever I could. I would like to encourage the youth to get involved and I will continue to promote. There have been a lot of proud moments-having the opportunity to represent my culture to the world, but most of all being told from the person who I looked up to, my nephew my namesake. Again, thank you guys for all the support and a big thank you to my family. Kia ora Jamie

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UFC 199

We won’t get to see Luke Rockhold-Chris Weidman 2 this June at UFC 199, but the middleweight champion will still be in action.

Before Rockhold defends his belt vs. Michael Bisping, check out the fight that won him the title in this replay:

bellator 155

Rafael Carvalho left the CenturyLink Arena in Boise, Idaho Friday night with his Bellator middleweight title.

However, it came with plenty of controversy.

Carvalho retained the title and won his 13th straight fight with a split decision victory over Melvin Manhoef in the main event of Bellator 155. The main card aired live on Spike TV.

The decision was met with plenty of boos by the crowd and caused a fire storm on Twitter afterwards.

In the co-main event, Pat Curran picked up a decision over Georgi Karakhanyan, while Alexis Dufresne stunned Marloes Coenen with a first round submission win. Dufresne, though, came in four pounds over the featherweight limit for the contest.

Complete results can be found below:

Rafael Carvalho def. Melvin Manhoef via split decision (47-48, 48-47, 48-47) to retain Bellator middleweight championship

Pat Curran def. Georgi Karakhanyan via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Dan Charles vs. Augusto Sakai declared a majority draw (30-26, 28-28, 28-28)

Alexis Dufresne def. Marloes Coenen via submission (triangle armbar) at 4:33 of Round 1

Chase Gormley def. Joey Beltran via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

Jesse Brock def. Olly Bradstreet via submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:57 of Round 3

Marcin Held def. Dave Jansen via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

Casey Johnson def. Brendon Raftery via submission (rear-naked choke) at 1:16 of Round 2

Joe Hamilton def. Tyler Freeland via submission (rear-naked choke) at :22 of Round 11

Vince Morales def. Hamilton Ash via TKO (strikes) at 2:32 of Round 3

Veta Arteaga def. Jackie Vandenburgh via unanimous decision (29-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Scott Thometz def. Josh Tyler via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-25, 30-25)

Will Noland def. Sean Powers via KO (strike) at 3:29 of Round 1

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