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  1. Pride never die! It just gets old & fades away

    Chad Dundas

    It's been a bit more than five years since Pride Fighting Championships collapsed under the weight of its own shady business dealings. The promotion that had been the gold standard in mixed martial arts throughout the early part of the 21st Centur...

    Blog | June 26, 2012
  2. Five good substitutes for Belfort at UFC 147

    Chad Dundas

    Apologies in advance for the cliche, but there is simply no better way to describe the fallout from Vitor Belfort's broken hand than by using one of our favorites ... Business as usual. Another injury, another fight card tossed haphazardly into c...

    Blog | May 30, 2012
  3. The strange power and frailty of 'Rampage'

    Chad Dundas

    It's a testament to the strange power of Quinton Jackson that he remains one of the UFC's more popular and marketable fighters. A lesser personality might have been cast aside by now, left in the dust by even his most loyal fans after so many ups ...

    Blog | February 27, 2012
  4. Le's future uncertain after loss to Silva

    Chad Dundas

    As is almost always the case, Cung Le seemed to be in good spirits, as he took to his Twitter account on Sunday to show fans the aftereffects of Wanderlei Silva's fists and knees. "Here's a picture of my face you wanted to see," Le wrote, attachin...

    Blog | November 21, 2011
  5. For now, Silva staves off retirement

    Chad Dundas

    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Wanderlei Silva earned a reprieve at UFC 139. Facing the possible end of his legendary career after six losses in his last eight fights, Silva bought himself some time on Saturday night when he stopped Cung Le via second-round ...

    Blog | November 20, 2011
  6. Notes and nuggets: Hendo returns, more

    Chad Dundas

    SAN FRANCISCO -- At this point, Dan Henderson can afford to look back and laugh. Henderson must have figured he'd seen the last of the UFC when he decamped for Strikeforce amid a contract dispute in 2009. Some three years later however, it's clea...

    Blog | November 18, 2011
  7. 'UFC: Japan' rife with possibilities

    Chad Dundas

    The last time the UFC trekked to Japan, Tito Ortiz won the company's vacant light heavyweight title with a unanimous decision victory over Wanderlei Silva in the main event. That was April 2000 and the win touched a run of five successful title de...

    Blog | September 06, 2011