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Saturday 21, Feb 2015

  Half Of MMA Fighters Could Be Doping, Says UFC Commentator

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UFC’s veteran commentator, Joe Rogan, has stunned all by saying that over half of MMA fighters are doping. Rogan made this comment in the wake of recent failed drug tests of star fighters Anderson Silva, Nick Diaz, and Hector Lombard.

Hector Lombard, the Cuban-Australian professional mixed martial artist and former Olympic judoka who competes as a Welterweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, tested positive for anabolic steroids following his UFC 182 victory over Josh Burkman on January 3 in Las Vegas.

Lombard tested positive for was Desoxymethyltestosterone, commonly known as Madol. Former middleweight kingpin Anderson Silva tested positive for two anabolic steroids: Drostanolone and Androstane. Silva’s competitor Nick Diaz failed a test for marijuana metabolites while UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones recently tested positive for cocaine metabolites.

The #1 contender in the official UFC middleweight rankings, Silva holds the longest title defense streak in UFC history and has 12 post-fight bonus awards. Silva claimed he has not taken any performance enhancing drugs and added he has been thoroughly tested many times and have never had a positive test.

Firas Zahabi, the coach of the semi-retired UFC star George St-Pierre who is a strong advocate of clean sports, remarked after Silva’s drug scandal that he wants the sport to be clean else a guy is going to die in the Octagon one day.

On the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Rogan said the UFC and MMA in general is a steroid epidemic. The commentator added they have started this really stringent testing and everybody is getting popped left and right. Rogan said it is one of the things fighters have been saying for a long time, that everyone is on steroids or a huge percentage and added the number (is) 50 percent, 60 percent, whatever it is they are on anabolic steroids.

 A black belt in Taekwando and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Rogan cited the physical strain of intense training as the main reason behind athletes succumbing to steroid use. The veteran commentator said fighters will sometimes train three times a day and added maybe they’ll run, do sprints in the morning, and then they’ll do some kind of strength and conditioning in the afternoon and also remarked then they’ll do wrestling or jiu-jitsu at night. Rogan added then they’ll vary and the next day they might do kickboxing in the morning and running in the afternoon, then weight lifting at night.

The UFCs veteran commentator also remarked there’s not enough time in the day, and there’s not enough time to recover and so that’s when comes in Dr. Feelgood, he comes along, and bang. However, Rogan condemned use of banned drugs and brush aside claims that the supposed drug use case of Anderson Silva was to help him return from injury. Rogan said so if he’s 39 years old and he breaks his leg, you’re looking at a long-ass recovery period or you take steroids and you recover in nine months instead of 15 months or fill in the blank. He added that could be what’s going on, but the reality is it is illegal and said if it takes you 15 months, the excuse cannot be that someone is going to take some illegal drugs so he heals quicker as no one is ever allowed to take steroids.

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Saturday 19, Apr 2008

  UFC 83 Georges St. Pierre (GSP) gets revenge

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georges-st-pierre-matt-serraFinally, after all the BS and double talk, Georges St. Pierre (GSP) got his revenge vs. Matt Serra at UFC 83. Remember, we predicted a 70% chance of Georges St. Pierre beating Matt Serra.

UFC 83 Serra vs St-Pierre 2 winning predictions:

George St-Pierre – 70% chance of winning

Matt Serra – 30% chance of winning.

Here is a review of the fight:

Matt Serra vs. Georges St-Pierre 2 (UFC 83):

Round 1:

Round 1 opens as Matt Serra throws a right hand, while GSP drops into a good takedown. Out of the half-guard GSP tries to push Serras head down but can’t do anything from the position Matt Serra forces a full guard again. St. Pierre wants to pass the guard and lands 2 hard punches on Serra. Serra exposes his back and almost gets to his feet, but GSP keeps him down with elbows to the head. Matt Serra gets up but is taken back down with a superman punch almost immidiately. St. Pierre gets the killer instinct and turns on the non stop punches to the head and knees to the body.

Round 1 score: 10-9 for George St. Pierre

Round 2:

GSP catches a kick by Serra and takes him down with a right hand punch. After another successful takedown GSP is dominating Serra with punches and powerful knees to the body. The non stop punching to the head and knees to the body without Matt Serra responding to them, force a stoppage of the fight.

Georges St-Pierre Wins by Technical Knock Out at 4:45 in the 2nd round

Matt Serra / George St-Pierre and steroids:

Watching the fight, it seems George St-Pierre (GSP) looks leaner and harder then ever. He’s surely cycling some short half life anabolic steroids like winstrol or anavar, and he’s using human growth hormone (HGH) probably year round. Serra didn’t look so great, so hard to say.

Saturday 19, Apr 2008

  UFC 83 Results

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UFC 83 RESULTS:

georges-st-pierre-matt-serraMatt Serra Vs. Georges St-Pierre:
*see our Matt Serra Vs. Georges St-Pierre UFC 83 review

Georges St-Pierre Wins by Technical Knock Out at 4:45 in the 2nd round

Travis Lutter Rich FranklinTravis Lutter Vs. Rich Franklin:
*Poor cardio shape force Travis Lutter be be completely gassed out by the 2nd round. Toward the middle of 2nd round, Franklin escapes from being taken down and invites Lutter to stand up and fight. Lutter is completely gassed out, he holds his hands at the waist and gets punched while knees are landing. A kick from Franklin found its target, while Lutter is down a series of punches stops the fight.

Rich Franklin Wins by Technical Knock Out at 3:01 in the 2nd round

Charles McCarthy Michael BispingCharles McCarthy Vs. Michael Bisping
*Bispring escaped an earlier attempt at an armbar by McCarthy, and once they got up on their feet Bisping pushed McCarthy against the cage and started to hit him with hard knees and punches. McCarthy fell to the matt just as the round bell sounded. McCarthy doesn’t get up from the canvas and the fight is over.

Michael Bisping Wins by TKO Stoppage (Referee) at 5:00 in the 1st round

Other Results past top 3:

Nate Quarry Vs. Kalib Starnes:
Nate Quarry Wins by Unanimous Decision at 5:00 in the 3rd round

Mark Bocek Vs. Mac Danzig:
Mac Danzig Wins by Submission (Choke) at 3:48 in the 3rd round by rear naked

Joe Doerksen Vs. Jason MacDonald:
Jason MacDonald Wins by Technical Knock Out at 0:56 in the 2nd round

Jason Day Vs. Alan Belcher:
Jason Day Wins by Technical Knock Out at 3:58 in the 1st round

Ed Herman Vs. Demian Maia:
Demian Maia Wins by Submission (Choke) at 2:27 in the 2nd round by triangle

Rich Clementi Vs. Sam Stout:
Rich Clementi Wins by Split Decision at 5:00 in the 3rd round

Brad Morris Vs. Cain Velasquez:
Cain Velasquez Wins by Technical Knock Out at 2:10 in the 1st round

Kuniyoshi Hironaka Vs. Jonathan Goulet:
Jonathan Goulet Wins by Technical Knock Out at 2:07 in the 2nd round

Friday 11, Apr 2008

  UFC 83 Serra vs St-Pierre 2 – predictions

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Georges St-Pierre-matt-serra UFC 83A lot of you have seen our past predictions on MMA events, such as our clean cut prediction of the last Anderson Silva fight at the UFC. Now, we want to discuss UFC 83 Serra vs St-Pierre 2. If you didn’t see Serra vs St-Pierre 1 at UFC 69, basically Matt Serra knocked out George St-Pierre in the 1st round at 3:25 – winning the UFC Welterweight title from GSP. Unfortunately for George St-Pierre he got caught that day, just by sheer luck. We predict that UFC 83 Serra vs St-Pierre 2 is going to end up in the favor of George St-Pierre. Luck is not going to help Matt Serra this time. St-Pierre is going to come out strong and hard, and he’s going to win back his UFC Welterweight title from Matt Serra.

UFC 83 Serra vs St-Pierre 2 winning predictions:

George St-Pierre – 70% chance of winning

Matt Serra – 30% chance of winning.

Matt Serra / George St-Pierre and steroids:

Well, while it’s unlikely that Matt Serra uses any steroids, judging his head size you can see he’s probably using some human growth hormone (HGH). However, on the side of George St-Pierre there is more clear cut evidence of steroid use. George St-Pierre is probably using some short ester anabolic steroids such as testosterone propionate, winstrol, dianabol, and anavar. When we talk about MMA or any other sports, human growth hormone (HGH) is a factor, most likely both players could be using HGH.