Archive: Ronny Markes vs. Thiago “Marreta” Santos

Mar 27, 2014 3:32 pm

Jorgensen Appealing Recent Loss In Brazil

If you can’t beat em, appeal, appeal, appeal… (No, it really isn’t like that. I’m just messing.) Last weekend in Brazil, Scott Jorgensen (pictured) ran into (literally) one of the flyweight division’s top-ranked assassins in Jussier Formiga. Jorgensen ended up losing the bout, when an inadvertent head-butt sent him packing down to the mat, where...

Mar 25, 2014 6:10 pm

Hendo/Shogun Draw Big For Fox Sports 1 On Sunday

For the first time in history, the UFC pulled off a Sunday Night card on FOX Sports 1. With a big headliner in place and a sold out Arena in Natal, Brazil, the UFC’s gamble paid off. As always, ratings guru, Dave Meltzer breaks it down: (via mmafighting.com) The experiment of airing UFC on a...

Mar 24, 2014 6:41 pm

‘Shogun’ Going In For Surgery To Repair Broken Nose

After opening up last night’s main event with two dominant rounds against Dan Henderson, ‘Shogun’ Rua, suffered one of the most brutal losses in his career when an ‘H-Bomb’ landed on his face in the third. The result? A broken nose (Pictured) and another defeat on his record. In a recent report coming out of...

Mar 24, 2014 6:23 pm

‘UFC Fight Night 38: Shogun vs. Henderson II’ Medical Suspensions Report

Last night’s UFC Fight Night 38 event delivered all the fireworks one could expect from a Fight Night in Brazil. But it wasn’t without its casualties. Several fighter’s from the night’s card will be forced to serve medical suspensions for various injuries suffered during competition. Most notably, ‘Shogun’ Rua, could be out for up to...

Mar 24, 2014 10:55 am

Hendo Feels Weight Lifted Following Shogun Stoppage

“I do feel like a big weight is off me. I finally kind of got rid of that bad year I had last year and looking forward to this year being a positive one, “ he said. “I don’t think I felt pressure to win because I’ve been losing. I think I always put that...

Mar 24, 2014 9:33 am

PHOTO | ‘Shogun’ Rua Broken Nose Following Hendo Fight

During last night’s ‘UFC Fight Night Natal’ main event, Dan Henderson put an exclamation point on his victory over, former champion , Shogun Rua, with a brutal H-Bomb that forced, referee Herb Dean, to halt the action in the third-round. (SEE THE REPLAY HERE) In the process, ‘Shogun’ suffered this gnarly broken nose:

Mar 24, 2014 9:25 am

Scott Jorgensen: ‘Fight Night 38’ Stoppage “Bullsh!t” Wants Rematch

Last night, during the UFC Fight Night Natal preliminary card, former bantamweight title challenger Scott Jorgensen, lost his second bid in the UFC’s flyweight division. The loss was his third straight and he doesn’t think he got the right call in Brazil. The fight ending submission started off with an accidental headbutt on the feet...

Mar 24, 2014 9:00 am

VIDEO | Hendo Wants A UFC Belt Before Retiring

“That’s the last goal of mine and the last thing I need to achieve in this sport is getting that UFC title. I’ve had other titles, but that UFC belt still eludes me. I’m still after it and I feel like I’m still capable of doing that. There’s so many guys at light heavyweight now...

Mar 24, 2014 8:20 am

UFC Fighters React To Dan Henderson’s ‘H-Bomb’ On ‘Shogun’ Last Night

Dan Henderson and ‘Shogun’ Rua really delivered for fight fans during their main event last night in Brazil. Not only did Dan Henderson notch another bonus earning KO, but the duo also earned ‘Fight of the Night’ honors for their efforts inside the cage. Here’s what the MMA world thought of their performance: Shogun all...

Mar 23, 2014 6:04 pm

UFC Fight Night 38 Results: Santos/Parke Battle to a Majority Draw

  Norman Parke walked into some trouble in the first round. He could not find a comfortable distance to strike from and was repeatedly popped with jabs from Leonardo Santos. Parke found some form of control when he pressed Santos against the cage, but he would not work for a takedown or try to land...

Mar 23, 2014 5:25 pm

UFC Fight Night 38 Results: Maldonado Earns Decision Win Over Villante

Glan Villante controlled the fight in the first round by making sure Fabio Maldonado had no room to work for any offense, but he was far from dominant in the performance. If anything, it seemed like he may have gassed himself out in the first by trying to keep his opponent on the ground. Fabio...