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MMA Rankings for December 2012

Things have been slow the last few months with regards to change amongst the MMA rankings. Injuries to champions and top fighters along with dominate champions have limited the movement but things are beginning to pick up. In November the UFC saw one of its champions return to action after a long layoff due to injury and the final month of the year will see many highly ranked fighters step into the cage.
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Future Betting Odds: The Many Potential Opponents for Georges St-Pierre

On November 17th, after a 19 month layoff due to a knee injury, Georges St-Pierre returned to his division to unify the titles. Taking on a game challenger in Carlos Condit at UFC 154, GSP showed that not only was he back in fighting form, he was perhaps even better than he left. We saw not only his pure athletic abilities and prowess in different aspects of MMA itself, but the grit of a champion as he went five hard rounds, and bounced back from a near fall in the third round.
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The MMA Valor Review: November 11-17 2012

As MMA continues to grow so does the news coming out of the sport, which at times seems overwhelming. MMA news comes at fans from every direction and sometimes that news gets lost in the shuffle. Then you hear someone and wonder when that news was announced and are constantly searching for the actual story, only to discover it was posted weeks ago.
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Weekends MMA Betting Upset: UFC 154 and Bellator 81

The spots were few and far between for value bettors this weekend, but those with a sharp eye found a few easy bucks to be had. While the lack of Tachi Palace Fighting odds hurt players, wagers could be made on Legacy Fighting Championship 15, Bellator 81 and UFC 154, leaving us with a wide open field. While favorites were king this weekend, let's check out a few of the underdogs that padded our pockets.
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UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit Fight Night Bonuses

The UFC welterweight champion returned to the Octagon tonight at UFC 154 and walk out was again the “undisputed champion”. In front of a packed house in Montreal, Georges St-Pierre took on the interim welterweight champion Carlos Condit in a 25 minute war that left both fighters battered, bruised and bloody.