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From Koichi "Booker K" Kawasaki:
Two More PRIDE.25 Matches Announced
February 12th, DSE/PRIDE announced additional match-ups for PRIDE.25 on March 16th as follows:
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson (USA/Team Punishment)
Kevin Randleman (USA/Hammer House)… Read More
Nogueira Brothers Likely Set for PRIDE 25!
PRIDE 25, scheduled for March 15th, is a mere 6 weeks away and the card is finally starting to take shape. While many
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ESPN & MMA
This month we ask you, the fans of our great sport, to comment on the recent ESPN Outside The Lines show on "Ultimate Fighting". Did
Pancrase Tour 2002 Spirit Tour
Doors Open; 5:00pm/Fights Start; 6:30pm
Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium (Kanagawa,Japan)
Live Gate: 5,900 Sell Out
- Pancrase Gate/Lightweight 2×5 Min Rounds
WFA: Level 3 Weigh-Ins Deliver Big News!
MMA Show Set To Air On FOX Sports Network
By Loretta Hunt
The World Fighting Alliance made its presence known today here in Las Vegas,… Read More
Belfort Forms New Team, Ninja is Eager and Rizzo is Traveling the Globe!
The Brazilian Beat:
What better way to start the month of November with the country’s biggest NHB event? MECA
TURN OF EVENTS: Minotauro to face Schilt at PRIDE 23!
In a surprising turn of events, despite the upcoming K-1 Grand Prix, DSE signed their Heavyweight Champion Rodrigo Minotauro Nogueira
Rodrigo Minotauro Nogueira Likely Out of PRIDE 23
It is almost certain that the PRIDE Heavyweight champion will not be competing in November’s PRIDE 23 at the Tokyo Dome. Despite
From Josh Hedges/Zuffa:
Dana White vs. Frank Warren – Round 2
As many of you know, British boxing promoter Frank Warren disrespected MMA and its fighters a couple weeks ago in an interview.
THE HAMMER SIDELINED
WITH NECK INJURY
Mark Coleman, wrestler turned MMA star best known for his victories in the early days of the UFC and more recently in Pride, gave all a scare in
Cold Fury 2 Generates Lukewarm Interest
By Aaron Crecy
FUKUOKA, Japan–On the heels of the most well-attended event in Dream Stage Entertainment history, when well over 53,000 in attendance packed the Tokyo Dome
K-1 World Grand Prix Semifinal
By Michael Afromowitz – email@example.com
In what turned out to be the most competitive and arguably the most thrilling United States K-1 card yet, German young gun Stephan Leko
From the event’s promoter:
Matt Hume’s AMC Kickboxing & Pankration
"W A R 2 0 0 1"
A night of Kickboxing, Pankration and
Tag Team Submission action!
April 21, 2001
Another sold-out crowd enjoyed the
From the event’s promoter:
FIGHTING NETWORK RINGS 10th ANNIVERSARY
WORLD TITLE SERIES
Yoyogi National Stadium 2nd Gymnasium, TOKYO
April 20, 2001 – OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00
RINGS OFFICIAL MATCH RULE