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Sunday 27, Apr 2014

  Rousey Is ‘New Chuck Liddell,’ Says Dana White

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Rousey Is ‘New Chuck Liddell,’ Says Dana White

Dana White, the President of the mixed martial arts organization Ultimate Fighting Championship, has remarked MMA fighter Ronda Jean Rousey is his new Chuck Liddell, “The Iceman.”

White remarked Rousey wanted to fight Alexis Davis at UFC 175 for the July 5 fight card (at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Events Center) as she wanted to get back in the octagon as soon as possible.

Liddlle is highly admired in the MMA circles and is best known for testing his skills against anyone at any time and White remarked Ronda Jean Rousey owns that same mindset. White added she wants to fight, so she’ll fight back-to-back, she’ll fight on 24 hours’ notice – she’s the new Chuck Liddell.

Termed as “the biggest star in UFC history” by UFC president Dana White, the women’s bantamweight champion recently received flak for her comments against Cris ‘Cyborg’ Justino.

Rousey accused Justino of being a user of anabolic androgenic steroids for long and said she is not a woman anymore. Condemning her remarks, Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney said he would never want to verbalize disrespect for a fighter but to characterize her as the biggest star in MMA is a little disrespectful to a lot of fighters who have put in year after year after year in this game. Rebney added if Ronda fights ‘Cyborg’ and she could beat ‘Cyborg,’ he thinks that would be a big statement as to where she is in the game but to characterize her as the biggest star is a bit disingenuous but he thinks there are a lot of huge stars in MMA.

Ronda Jean Rousey is the first and current UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion and is undefeated Rousey became the first American woman to bag an Olympic medal in Judo at the Summer Olympics in Beijing in 2008. She trains under Gokor Chivichyan of the Hayastan MMA Academy and enlisted former undefeated boxing and kickboxing champion Lucia Rijker in July 2012 as striking coach. According to MMARising and other publications, she is the consensus #1 pound-for-pound female MMA fighter in the world and is the #10 pound-for-pound fighter in the UFC s of March 10, 2014. Rousey will soon hit the movie stage with her roles in The Expendables 3 and Fast & Furious 7.

In another development, UFC commentator Joe Rogan has remarked Ronda Rousey would win if there is a fight between Rousey and undefeated boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jr. Rogan remarked it is all about how much time Floyd has to prepare, because he will really have to work on his takedown defense and that would be the big thing. The commentator said if Ronda got a clinch on him, it’s not just about worrying about being taken down to the ground, it’s worrying about knees to the body and went on to add that it is worrying about her manipulating his body in ways that he doesn’t understand. Rogan remarked Mayweather would need at least six months of training to be able to have a chance with Rousey.

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Saturday 22, Jan 2011

  Olympic style drug testing backed by Mayweather and Mosley

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Olympic style drug testing backed by Mayweather and MosleyFloyd Mayweather Jr and the welterweight champion Shane Mosley will undergo Olympic-style drug testing for their 1 May fight in Las Vegas that they hope will establish a new standard for boxing.

Representatives of the two fighters joined Travis Tygart of the US Anti-Doping Agency on a conference call for discussing the program that is more extensive than the testing that presently falls under the jurisdiction of state athletic commissions.

Mayweather and Mosley will be subjected to an unlimited number of unannounced blood and urine tests for all drugs currently banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency, including human growth hormone and designer steroids such as THG.

Monday 22, Nov 2010

  Bob Arum hits back in blood testing row

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Bob Arum hits back in blood testing rowManny Pacquiao‘s promoter, Bob Arum, recently hit back in the blood testing row that is threatening to halt the proposed fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Golden Boy Promotions’ Richard Schaefer representing Mayweather said the fight was “in jeopardy” as Pacquiao had refused to undertake a blood test in the days leading up to the fight.

Roach told Sky Sports said it is absurd that Mayweather wants to hire his own private company to do drug testing.

Wednesday 16, Sep 2009

  Mayweather Sr. says, steroids or no steroids, Pacquiao can’t beat Li’l Floyd

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Mayweather Sr. says, steroids or no steroids, Pacquiao can’t beat Li’l FloydWorld-renowned trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. is currently helping his son train for his fight on Saturday. During a recent interview with the Grand Rapids Press, the trainer made some over-the top comments about pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao’s use of steroids.

He believes that many boxers are on supplements and steroids and one of them is Pacquiao. Check-ups and drug testing should be done thoroughly to prevent any boxer from getting away with steroids use. Sometimes, people who are aware of the situation choose not to speak out, added the senior trainer.

As with Pacquiao’s performance, he believes that steroids and supplements are the main reason for his success.

According to him, steroids would make any athlete stronger and relentless but not exactly fast. Furthermore, it would never be a substitute for intelligence and strategy inside the ring.

In his opinion, the Filipino champion fighter does not have enough talent to beat his son, Floyd Mayweather Jr. He said Pacquiao lacks the skill to defeat his “Li’l Floyd”, whether with the help or steroids or not.

Mayweather Sr. was clearly unimpressed with whatever the Filipino boxing champion has achieved.