HIGHLIGHTING HEADLINES IN MMA (AUGUST 20, 2017)

12-fight UFC veteran Sam Sicilia latest to Signal multi-fight Bellator contract

Good on him! Dropping a unanimous choice to promotional novice Gavin Tucker in UFC Fight Night 105 back in October, Sicilia dropped to a three-fight losing skid in the UFC and received his pink slip from the promotion. I like that he’s found a new home with Bellator, and hopefully an equally good or even better payday. Win or lose, the Washington native constantly shows up to battle and looks for the end. Congratulations to Sammy Dubs for his new arrangement, and best of luck on his new chapter. Frank Mir agrees to deal with Bellator MMA Nice! The UFC did exactly the ideal thing and published Mir from his contract, which allowed Bellator to sweep him up. My guess is that they guaranteed him a matchup against Fedor Emalianenko, which made him choose Bellator over competing promotions. I like this move by Mir and look forward to seeing him inside the Bellator cage. The Fedor matchup would surely be an intriguing one. Cris Cyborg: Holly Holm’is gonna run in the ring, but I am gonna find her’ OOHHHHHH SHIIIIIIIIT. Artem Lobov responds to’emotional mess’ Paulie Malignaggi:’I’ll box the ears off him’ LOL Chill, bro. Go watch your battle against MMA fighter Alex White. ‘Nuff said. NAC approves milder eyeglasses for Mayweather vs. McGregor This was some astonishing news. Two ounces is not much, but I think that it makes somewhat of a difference. Dillashaw: Mighty Mouse was’consolation prize’ TJ Dillashaw is finally set to face UFC bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt at UFC 217 in nyc on November 4th, and the main reason this title fight is presently happening is since UFC flyweight champion Demetrious”Mighty Mouse” Johnson refused to defend his title against Dillashaw if Garbrandt was forced out of the UFC 209 competition because of injury. The Duane Ludwig-trained fighter understands that Johnson was not confident in himself to take the challenge. Talking to MMA Junkie Radio, Dillashaw said that the Gabrandt struggle is exactly what he wanted all along and the Johnson matchup was just a backup plan. He knows that’s not a good fight for him wouldn’t take it,” Dillashaw said. “He is real worried about this record that he wants to break. Go ahead and let him do that, I figure.” White: Ferguson, Lee to struggle for interim lightweight name Alright, now we are talking! Early popular consensus is that Ferguson is going to handily defeat Lee, but I’m not so convinced. Lee has been very impressive as of late, and I like seeing his growth within the Octagon. This is a matchup I am excited about seeing, and win or lose, I hope Lee doesn’t suffer any injuries so he cane make a fast turnaround for December’s UFC 218 in his native Detroit, that will be just two weeks after the Ferguson bout. Paulo Borrachinha Costa: ‘I Will Knock Out Johny Hendricks’ Yeah, we will see about that, Paulito. Does Former Invicta Champ Tonya Evinger Deserve a UFC Bantamweight Title Shot? Why not? The division is not exactly stacked with possible contenders. McGregor’100 percent’ considers himself that the UFC 145-pound champ LOL Quit playingwith, Connie. Diego Sanchez returns to welterweight, matches Matt Brown at UFC Fight Night 120 No, Diego, Nooooo!!!!! Say it isn’t so! Just call it quits, my dude. Hang up them gloves. It’s time. You do not need to be jumping back around 170 pounds when you’re recently analyzing the waters at 145. Do not stick around for the money, man, the brain damage will not be worth it. Disclaimer: This page contains affiliate links and MMA Odds Breaker is going to be paid if you make a purchase after clicking on the links.

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HIGHLIGHTING HEADLINES IN MMA (AUGUST 20, 2017)

12-fight UFC veteran Sam Sicilia latest to sign multi-fight Bellator contract

Good on him! Dropping a unanimous choice to promotional newcomer Gavin Tucker in UFC Fight Night 105 back in October, Sicilia fell to some three-fight losing skid from the UFC and obtained his pink slip from the promotion. I like that he’s found a new home using Bellator, and hopefully an equally good or even better cash back. Win or lose, the Washington native always shows up to fight and seems for the end. Congratulations to Sammy Dubs for his new contract, and best of luck on his new chapter. Frank Mir agrees to cope with Bellator MMA Nice! The UFC did exactly the ideal thing and published Mir from his contract, which allowed Bellator to sweep him up. My guess is that they guaranteed him a matchup against Fedor Emalianenko, which made him choose Bellator over competing promotions. I like this move by Mir and anticipate watching him inside the Bellator cage. The Fedor matchup will surely be an interesting one. Cris Cyborg: Holly Holm’is gonna run from the ring, but I’m gonna find her’ OOHHHHHH SHIIIIIIIIT. Artem Lobov reacts to’emotional mess’ Paulie Malignaggi:’I will box the ears off him’ LOL Chill, bro. Go watch your fight against MMA boxer Alex White. ‘Nuff said. NAC Requires lighter eyeglasses for Mayweather vs. McGregor This was some surprising news. Two ounces is not much, but I think it makes somewhat of a difference. Dillashaw: Mighty Mouse was’consolation prize’ TJ Dillashaw is finally set to confront UFC bantamweight champion Cody Garbrandt in UFC 217 at New York City on November 4th, and the most important reason this name fight is presently taking place is because UFC flyweight champion Demetrious”Mighty Mouse” Johnson refused to defend his title against Dillashaw if Garbrandt was forced out of their UFC 209 competition because of injury. The Duane Ludwig-trained fighter understands that Johnson wasn’t confident in himself to accept the challenge. Talking to MMA Junkie Radio, Dillashaw said that the Gabrandt fight is what he wanted all along and the Johnson matchup was only a backup program. He knows that is not a fantastic fight for him wouldn’t take it,” Dillashaw explained. “He’s real worried about this document that he needs to break. Go on and let him do this, I figure.” White: Ferguson, Lee to fight for interim lightweight title Alright, now we are talking! Early popular consensus is that Ferguson will handily defeat Lee, but I’m not so convinced. Lee has been quite impressive as of late, and I like seeing his expansion inside the Octagon. This is a matchup I’m looking forward to seeing, and win or lose, I hope Lee doesn’t suffer any mishaps he cane make a fast turnaround for December’s UFC 218 in his native Detroit, that will be just two weeks after the Ferguson bout. Paulo Borrachinha Costa: ‘I Will Knock Out Johny Hendricks’ Yeah, we’ll see about that, Paulito. Can Former Invicta Champ Tonya Evinger Deserve a UFC Bantamweight Title Shot? Why not? The division is not exactly stacked with potential contenders. McGregor’100 percent’ believes himself that the UFC 145-pound champ LOL Quit playingwith, Connie. Diego Sanchez returns to welterweight, meets Matt Brown in UFC Fight Night 120 No, Diego, Nooooo!!!!! Say it is not so! Just call it quits, my dude. Hang up them gloves. It is time. You don’t have to be jumping back around 170 pounds when you were recently testing the waters at 145. Do not stick around for the money, person, the brain damage won’t be well worth it. Disclaimer: This page contains affiliate links and MMA Odds Breaker will be paid if you make a purchase after clicking on the links.

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