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The Lion’s Den: The Story of the First Mixed Martial Arts Team (video)

May 22 2019

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In 1994, Ken Shamrock assembled the first ever MMA team - the Lion’s Den - and showed success in the ultimate individual sport was a team effort.

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Originally released on UFC FIGHT PASS, UFC 25 Years in Short is a 25-part documentary series celebrating the UFC silver anniversary. This compilation of short films presents 25 captivating UFC stories, one for each year of existence, and every piece stands alone as an independent feature. Viewed as a whole, these films form a larger, mosaic narrative of the UFC’s amazing evolution, fascinating characters and lasting influence.

M-1 champion Bruno Silva inks deal to fight at UFC Fight Night in South Carolina

May 22 2019

Bruno Blindado Silva - M-1 Global victory

M-1 Challenge middleweight champion Bruno “Blindado” Silva (19-6-0, M-1: 2-0-0) has relinquished his title belt and signed a mixed-martial-arts promotional contract with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

Last summer, Mubadala Investment Company and UFC announced the formation of UFC Russia. to promote MMA and organize new events in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

M-1 Global is a partner responsible for scouting and signing Russian athletes to prepare them to fight in the UFC.  M-1 Challenge champions such as Silva have a unique opportunity to sign contracts with the UFC.

Silva accomplished the two goals he had set before he turned 30: to be crowned a world champion and become a UFC fighter.

“I just signed with the UFC,” an ecstatic Silva announced, “I am very happy, and I want to thank M-1 Global president Vadim Finkelchtein. You have all my gratitude and respect. I also want to thank Lusen and Adrian Bakos, our partners in Russia, who walked side-by-side with us. Thank you to everyone in Russia who supported me and always treated me well. I love Russia and M-1. They changed my life. You have all my respect and gratitude. Russia and M-1, I love you!"

The 29-year-old Silva (19-6-0, M-1: 2-0-0), fighting out of Brazil, shocked the MMA world in his M-1 Global debut, when he knocked out Russian star Alexander “Storm” Shlemenko in the opening round at M-1 Challenge 93, last June 1 in Chelyabinsk, Russia.

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Silva, a heavy-handed Brazilian puncher, followed the Shlemenko shocker with an impressive title defense, stopping Artem Frolov on punches in the fourth round last November at M-1 Challenge 98, also in Chelyabinsk, to capture the M-1 Challenge middleweight title.

"Thank you M-1 Global for giving me an opportunity to demonstrate my work,” Silva concluded. “My fights in Russia were the biggest challenge of my life and I feel great gratitude and respect to Russia."

Silva’s UFC debut is scheduled for June 22 at UFC on ESPN+ 12 versus another new UFC signee Deron White (5-0-0) in Greenville, South Carolina.

UFC vet Daniel Pineda starts one last run at the big show with Friday’s Fury FC

May 22 2019

Daniel Pineda - UFC weigh-in

When it comes to his 2018, featherweight veteran Daniel Pineda looks at it as one of the best years in his decade-plus long career.

Coming in off a loss to Georgi Karakhanyan in his sole 2017 bout, Pineda wanted to rebound in 2018 and close out the year unblemished, which he managed to do.

“2018 was one of my best years,” Pineda told MMAWeekly.com. “When I started 2018, I said I wanted to win four fights, but I had three, but I won two belts, so it made up for the fourth one.

“Especially against guys who were champions or fighting for the belt (in Dimitre Ivy and Elias Rodriguez), finishing them off in the first round felt really good.”

Twelve years and nearly 40 fights into his career, Pineda feels like he's just now becoming a complete fighter capable of blending all aspects of MMA and not just focus on one discipline to gain victory.

“I never really put it all together, but now I have Jiu-Jitsu, I have stand-up, I have wrestling, and I’m starting to put it all together,” said Pineda. “Back in the day, it was shoot in, take them down, and ground and pound; but now I’ll stand up. I feel good and feel like I’m just peaking.

“It’s definitely a big step. I’m not afraid to stand up. Before I didn’t want to get hit, I wanted to take everyone down and not get caught. But now I’m at a point where I’m just there to fight and put it all together.”

On Friday in Humble, Texas, Pineda (25-13) will face Rey Trujillo (24-25) in a rematch of their 2010 bout at Fury FC 32 in the evening’s 145-pound main event.

“Rey is a go-getter,” Pineda said. “He’s going to go in there and just throw down. He’s a crazy fighter. He goes in there and throws bombs. He’s a very dangerous guy. The plan is not to be a dummy and stand with him, but take him down and submit him.

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“I’m way better than I was nine years ago, but he’s a dangerous guy. He knocked out my brother (Jose Santibanez). After I choked him out, he went and knocked out my brother, so now I’ll get him back for that.”

As he had planned for last year, Pineda is looking to make one last run at things in 2019 before calling it a career.

“I said I wanted to make one more run when I started 2018,” said Pineda. “Now I’m going to give it one more run and try to make it back to the big show or have a big fight.

“This is going to be my last run pretty much. Whether it’s going to be the UFC, ONE, or whatever it is, this is going to be my last run. After this, I will probably hang them up.”

Juan Adams vs. Greg Hardy grudge match on tap for UFC Fight Night in San Antonio

May 22 2019

Juan Adams - LFA

Juan Adams has never been shy when it comes to his feelings on ex-NFL player turned fighter Greg Hardy and now they’ll get the chance to settle their differences inside the Octagon.

A heavyweight tilt between Adams and Hardy is currently in the works for the UFC Fight Night card in San Antonio, Texas on July 20.

Sources close to the contest confirmed the news on Wednesday following an initial report from ESPN.

Adams has never been shy about his disdain for Hardy, which primarily stems from a 2014 arrest on domestic violence allegations. While the verdict in the case was later overturned on appeal after the victim failed to appear in court, Hardy has rarely escaped scrutiny for his actions and Adams is definitely on the list of his most adamant detractors.

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Adams even started a hash tag on Twitter that he uses routinely that says ‘f—k Greg Hardy’. Now he’ll get a chance to back up his words when he faces the former NFL player in July.

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As for Hardy, the former Dana White Tuesday Night Contender Series veteran has gone 1-1 thus far in his UFC career while picking up a knockout victory in his last performance.

Training out of the American Top Team academy in Florida, Hardy has worked with a slew of top fighters since deciding to make his move into mixed martial arts and now he’ll attempt to get his second UFC win in July.

Adams vs. Hardy is the latest addition to the UFC Fight Night card in San Antonio with a main event for the show still to be determined.

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