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Paul Daley Continues his dominance of the Catchweight Division

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At BAMMA 7, Paul Daley misses weight, had the fight moved to a catchweight and ultimately walked out the cage the winner. If the scenario sounds vaguely familiar you are not going crazy, it has happen before. Daley (28-11-2) has in fact done this on four separate occasions now and with today win has now improved to 4-0 at a catchweight.

UFC 130 Fight Breakdown: Rick Story vs. Thiago Alves



The UFC 130 is going down on May 28th and there are plenty of amazing fights, despite losing its main event rematch between Gray Maynard and Frankie Edgar.  Today we’re going to focus on a tremendous Welterweight clash between Thiago “Pitbull” Alves (18-7) and Rick “Horror” Story (12-3).  The winner of this fight could find themselves in a title elimination clash.  We’re going to look at all facets of the game and let you know who should have their hand raised when it’s all said and done.

Mark Bocek Calls out George Sotiropolus after his win at UFC 124

Following his impressive first round submission of BJJ specialist Dustin Hazelett at UFC 124, Mark Bocek broke his silence and called out George Sotiropoulos. Minutes after handing Hazelett his third lose in a row; Bocek interrupted Joe Rogan to tell everyone he has the best BJJ in the lightweight division and wants the Aussie in Toronto.

Dustin Hazelett losses third in a row at UFC 124

The first UFC 124 fight shown live on UFC.com was a lightweight scrap between Mark Bocek (9-3) and Dustin Hazelett (12-7). Both fighter s were coming into the fight off a loss, but Hazelett was clearly on the hot seat having lost two in a row by early TKO/KO.

Hazelett looks to Reinvent Himself at 155lbs

This Saturday, Dustin “McLovin” Hazelett (14-6 MMA, 5-4 UFC) will make his return to UFC Lightweight division after a 2 ½ year stint in the Welterweight division.  He will encounter Canadian grappling specialist Mark Bocek (8-3 MMA, 4-3 UFC) in a bout scheduled for preliminary card of UFC 124 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec.  Hazelett is counting on the change in weight class to provide him with the spark he has been searching for and return him to his winning ways.

Rick Story dominates, ready for the main card

Rick Story came into UFC 117 as the underdog against Dustin Hazelett, but left with his hand raised after dominating the entire fight. Story clearly came into this fight with a game plan for the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt Hazelett.

Right as the bell sounded to begin round one, Story was all over Hazelett using his aggressive striking to get inside. Once inside, Story kept the pressure on and repeatedly slammed him to the canvas. Once on the mat, Story then continued the punishment until he’d back off to let Hazelett up.