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Untethered Retrospective: PRIDE Total Elimination 2003

PRIDE Total Elimination 2003 took place on August 10th…2003. That’s eleven years ago. Eleven years is a long time. A long enough time for someone like me to write a retrospective on it for someone like you to read. ...
 
 
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Bellator 120: Quinton “Rampage” Jackson vs. “King” Mo Lawal Preview

Welcome to another addition of Fagan Previews Bellator, a weekly feature in which I, Mike Fagan, preview the upcoming card from my favorite MMA promotion, Bellator. This week is Bellator 120, marking the promotion’s first...
 
 
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The Top Ten MMA Moments of 2013, No. 6-10

10. (TIE) Shane del Rosario and Leandro Souza pass away. We tend to avoid death. It makes us uncomfortable and anxious and, holy cow, I’m almost thirty and I’m writing about a sport where death is a very real possib...
 

 
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Jesse Taylor on vying for the inaugural WSOF middleweight title: “This is the next stepping stone.”

Most MMA fans were first introduced to Jesse “JT Money” Taylor in 2008 during Spike TV’s seventh season of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rampage vs. Team Forrest. He came into the show with a respectable 6-2 record, using hi...
 
 
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The Untethered MMA Thanksgiving Giving Thanks List

It’s Thanksgiving. All your favorite MMA sites are going to have dumb, hacky Thanksgiving-related columns. I’m not above writing dumb, hacky columns, friends, so here’s a list of MMA things I’m thankful ...
 
 
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Bellatorn: Why You Shouldn’t Buy Their (Only) PPV

By Derek Suboticki, October 25th, 2013  Eight days from now, Bellator Fighting Championship will attempt to make the leap from free tv to Pay Per View. Leaving aside the debate over the merits of co-promotion and competition (...