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Kevin Holland announces next fight against Tim Means by beating up Big Bird (Video)

Josh Evanoff - April 29, 2022

UFC welterweight Kevin Holland is one of a kind. ‘Big Mouth’ announced he is fighting Tim Means in June. The 29-year-old was last seen in action at UFC 272 in March, knocking out Alex Oliveira. The victory was an important fight for Holland. The knockout got him back into the win column following a three-fight unbeaten streak.

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Mike Perry flaunts stacks of cash following loss to Tim Means at UFC 255

Harry Kettle - November 27, 2020

UFC welterweight Mike Perry doesn’t seem to be taking his loss to Tim Means all that hard based on his recent actions on social media. Perry caused quite a stir last week after missing weight by a significant amount in the build-up to his bout with Means. “Platinum” decided to send some taunts to his opponent which wound up backfiring, because in the fight, Means outclassed Perry to claim a unanimous decision.

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Tim Means reveals how much extra money he got when Mike Perry missed weight: "He gave me $27,000"

Tom Taylor - November 25, 2020

Tim Means got a significant chunk of unexpected cash when his latest opponent “Platinum” Mike Perry missed weight for their fight. Means and Perry collided on the main card of UFC 255 last Saturday in Las Vegas. While Perry missed the contracted 171-pound welterweight limit by a significant 4.5 pounds, Means wasn’t too bothered, as the scale fail meant he’d receive 30% of his rival’s purse.

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Tim Means: Mike Perry sent pictures of himself eating "cheeseburgers with onion rings on them" before UFC 255

Tom Taylor - November 25, 2020

Tim Means says Mike Perry was eating cheeseburgers and onion rings ahead of their UFC 255 fight—and sent him photo evidence to prove it. Means fought Perry in the middle bout of last weekend’s UFC 255 card. He stepped into replace Perry’s original opponent, former UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler, on just a few weeks’ notice.

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Mike Perry gets replacement opponent for UFC 255, now meets "The Dirty Bird"

Tom Taylor - November 2, 2020

Fan favorite welterweight “Platinum” Mike Perry has a new opponent for UFC 255, which goes down on November 21 in Las Vegas. Perry was originally expected to take on former UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler on the card. Unfortunately, Lawler was forced out of the fight, leaving Perry in need of a new opponent.

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Tim Means tops UFC Vegas 6 promotional guidelines compliance payouts

Harry Kettle - August 10, 2020

UFC welterweight Tim Means is at the top of the payout list for promotional guidelines following UFC Vegas 6 this past weekend. The UFC Promotional Guidelines Compliance pay comes from a detailed program including outfitting requirements, media obligations and a string of other points that fall under the UFC fighter code of conduct. Prior to it being introduced, payments were submitted under the UFC Athlete Outfitting Policy.


Photo | Tim Means suffered a horrific ankle injury at UFC Wichita

Chris Taylor - March 9, 2019

UFC welterweight standout Tim Means stepped back in the octagon at tonight’s UFC Wichita event for a fight with Niko Price. Means entered tonight’s contest looking to build on the momentum of his first round TKO victory over Ricky Rainey this past November.

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UFC Sydney lineup gets a number of late adjustments

Tom Taylor - October 12, 2017

Earlier this week, news broke that Mark Hunt had been removed from his UFC Sydney headlining showdown with Marcin Tybura (and he’s not happy about that). Former UFC heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum will serve at Hunt’s replacement against Tybura in the card’s main event. As it turns out, this is not the only recent change to the UFC Sydney lineup. The card has experienced another handful of adjustments over the last few days.

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Tim Means on St-Pierre, Cerrone, Velasquez and others with MMAAA: I feel It’s more for some of those guys’ personal interests

Russell Ess - December 27, 2016

A lot of people were intrigued by the recent announcement of the Mixed Martial Arts Athletes Association and there were mixed feelings from fighters with those in full support of the new movement while others were put off by the association. UFC veteran Tim Means was one of those that was interested with the announcement of the association but has not had any chance to meet with the guys involved and talk about what the association all entails.

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Jon Jones' attorney Howard Jacobs: 'We've been able to establish the source of the prohibited substances'

Russell Ess - October 24, 2016

Fans of Jon Jones should be delighted to hear some very interesting news from Jones’ attorney, Howard Jacobs. Speaking with MMA Fighting’s Luke Thomas on The Luke Thomas Show, Jacobs revealed some major details regarding Jones’ failed drug tests for banned substances.

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UFC 207 Continues to Grow With Two Awesome Welterweight Bouts

Tom Taylor - October 19, 2016

UFC 207, which is scheduled for December 30 in glimmering Las Vegas, Nevada, is starting to look like an excellent card. On Tuesday, it was announced that Matt Brown will take on the talented Tarec Saffiedine at the event in an awesome welterweight showdown. Now, UFC 207 has grown by two more welterweight showdowns, and from the early vantage point, both look like they’ll be extremely entertaining.

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Fighter takes on a new career after USADA suspension, all due to a tainted supplement

Russell Ess - June 14, 2016

There have been a couple of cases recently where fighters have popped for banned subtances due to tainted supplements. UFC welterweight Tim means was just given a six-month suspension after coming to an agreement with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) after they determined that one of Means’ supplements was, in fact, tainted.


WATCH! Tim Means on failed drug test: "I'm not cutting corners"

bjpenndotcom - February 4, 2016

Earlier this week it was revealed that Tim ‘Dirty Bird’ Means had been pulled from his ‘UFC Fight Night: 83’ main event bout with Donald Cerrone due to a potential anti-doping violation.

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Tim Means flagged for 'potential Anti-Doping Policy violation' and out of fight with Donald Cerrone

Russell Ess - February 4, 2016

Another UFC veteran has been flagged by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). UFC welterweight Tim Means has been flagged by USADA for a “potential Anti-Doping Policy violation” from an out of competition drug testing. Means was scheduled to welcome former lightweight title contender Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone to the welterweight division at UFC Fight Night 83 on Feb. 21 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.