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  1. Mistakes and regrets aplenty for Big Nog

    Chuck Mindenhall

    A few days have passed, and some in the MMA community are still flummoxed by Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira's loss with Frank Mir. In retrospect, that Kimura which Mir used to submit Big Nog looks like it was on pretty tight and Nogueira should have probab...

    Blog | December 15, 2011
  2. Jones/Silva bout would need stars to align

    Chuck Mindenhall

    Jon Jones likes Anderson Silva, and Silva likes Jones -- and they've not kept it a secret. They've been admiring friends who'd just assume never have to see each other in the cage. Each has his own territory, and neither is enthusiastic to trespass. ...

    Blog | December 14, 2011
  3. Mir breaks back into contention with win

    Chuck Mindenhall

    TORONTO -- If his previous two wins didn't signal his seriousness about contending for the heavyweight title again, Frank Mir's victory over Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira should do the trick. Mir took on a revitalized Nogueira in the co-main event of ...

    Blog | December 11, 2011
  4. Notes and Nuggets from Toronto

    Chuck Mindenhall

    TORONTO -- On a fight card with so much philosophical curiosity, the headlining title bout between Jon Jones and Lyoto Machida is a perfect crescendo. In fact, the UFC 140 main event is being billed as "Art Comes Alive," a play off two distinct aesth...

    Blog | December 09, 2011
  5. An about-face for Tito Ortiz, our champion

    Chuck Mindenhall

    After years of walking around under the menacing handle "The Huntington Beach Bad Boy," Tito Ortiz has re-fashioned himself as "The People's Champ." At UFC 140 in Toronto, Bruce Buffer will call out "Tito 'The People's Champ' Ortiz." This is what's k...

    Blog | October 24, 2011
  6. Is Jones burning the candle at both ends?

    Chuck Mindenhall

    By the end of December, if Jon Jones is still the UFC's light heavyweight champion, we'll know that he's just as centered as he is prolific. Four fights in 10 months would be tough on anybody not in desperate need of cash and exposure -- but four...

    Blog | October 13, 2011