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News Tomorrow in Singapore, ONE Championship returns to TNT’s airwaves with its second installment of ONE on TNT series of events. The promotion’s latest broadcast on US televisions in primetime is a bite-sized card with just five fights. However, it features a lightweight title bout between champion Christian Lee and Russian wrecking machine Timofey Nastyukhin,
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Featured News UFC May 16, 2020; Jacksonville, Florida, USA; Kevin Holland (blue gloves) defeats Anthony Hernandez (red gloves) during UFC on ESPN at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Who else is excited about getting to watch fighters pummel themselves in a cage while you’re eating your breakfast or brunch? I
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News Author Erik Magraken is a British Columbia litigation lawyer, combat sports law consultant, combat sports law blogger, and deeply, deeply appreciated UGer. The Professional Fighters Brain Health Study has generated much useful data. The study, conducted out of the Cleveland Clinic Luo Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas has been compiling data since
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News Five states rolled back COVID-19 restrictions this week – Alabama, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, and Texas. Since October The Lone Star State has allowed live MMA events with 50 percent capacity and other safety protocols mandated. But on Tuesday, Gov. Greg Abbot announced he would be opening the state “100 percent.” While some public health experts have expressed alarm, at
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News Welterweight Dan Hardy hasn’t competed since 2012, due to a diagnosis of Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, a genetic condition that the Mayo Clinic defines as “the presence of an extra, abnormal electrical pathway in the heart that leads to periods of a very fast heartbeat. In most cases, the episodes of fast heartbeats aren’t life-threatening, but serious
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