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Sunday 07, Sep 2008

  Randy Couture is back to UFC

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Randy_CoutureIt will be a reunion worth watching.

Randy Couture, the reigning UFC heavyweight champion has finally and officially returned to the UFC. After a nasty split in October last year from the UFC, Couture will be fighting for the organization once again at UFC 91 in a championship bout against Brock Lesnar.

Dana White himself, UFC’s president, confirmed the news to the media. White said UFC 91 is slated for November 15 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

White also announced that their legal battle is over and that Couture’s return to UFC will be on a clean slate as a new multi-fight deal welcomes “The Natural” back to the fight promotion.

“I think some compromises were made on both sides,” Couture said.

“All I give a [expletive] about is that he’s back and fighting,” White said.

White also said that the winner of an upcoming fight between interim heavyweight champion Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Frank Mir will likely meet the Couture vs. Lesnar winner next year for title unification.

When Couture resigned from the UFC in October one of the apparent reasons for the split was the organization’s inability to sign Fedor Emelianenko. And now, Couture might get what he wanted, a matchup with the Russian fighter. White is open to the possibility of a Couture vs Emelianenko bout. However, White said Emelianenko’s current contract situation might pose some problems. The “Last Emperor” has just recently signed a long term deal with rival Affliction Entertainment.

Randy Couture will probably not test positive for anabolic steroids, but he is clearly a user of human growth hormone (HGH). We will see if the new HGH testing is possible/positive, it seems very early stage.

Wednesday 09, Apr 2008

  Aleksander Emelianenko defeats Silvio Santos via 1st round KO

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alexander emelianenkoAleksander Emelianenko, brother of Fedor Emelianenko has put down another can Silvio Santos. You have to be amazed at the skill of Aleksander Emelianenko. The man has some of the heaviest hands in MMA, with a few punches making people quit the fights. He’s a super heavyweight but his boxing is as fast as that of a middleweight, fast and heavy hands!

Aleksander Emelianenko did take drugs while in prison and usually smokes a little marijuana from the word on MMA forums, but he’s not your typical MMA steroid users. It’s unlikely that he takes any regular steroids. Possible some use of testosterone in some Russian form, like given to the olympic team back in the day.

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Aleksander Emelianenko defeats Silvio Santos Video

Saturday 29, Mar 2008

  Tim Sylvia leaving UFC -> Joining M-1 Global (Adrenaline MMA) and Steroids

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tim_sylvia_steroidsSlow Timmy, Tim Sylvia, is now leaving UFC for the ‘up and coming’ promotion Adrenaline MMA. It seems M-1 Global couldn’t capitalize on the best P4P fighter in the world, Fedor Emelianenko, so they decided to drop Fedor Emelianenko from M-1 and find a new name. This is, of course an idiotic move. Fedor Emelianenko leaving M-1 is the worst thing that could happen for M-1 Global. The problem is that M-1 Global only had Fedor signed, with him gone, they had to literally close down M-1 Global and create a new organization Adrenaline MMA, which is now going to be the playing game for them. The first event is on June 14 in Chicago, IL, where Jeff Monson will face Mike Russow for the non-existent Adrenaline MMA (M-1 global) Heavyweight championship. They also have Ben Rothwell, former IFL star, and Eddie Alvarez who was a Bodog fights champion and is now fighting in DREAM.

Perhaps the biggest new name to join Adrenaline MMA (M-1 Global) is Tim Sylvia, who is probably one of the lamest heavyweight fighters in MMA. Tim Sylvia who tested positive for steroids after UFC 44, has never really recovered. Tim Sylvia seems to be such a 1 sided fighter (stand up) that no steroids in the world will improve his game. He has no ground skills, no take down skills and no submission defense. Perhaps this is why he resorts to using anabolic steroids, when everyone knows that in MMA steroids actually come out on the losing end. Meaning? Meaning that the majority of MMA athletes who took steroids and fought actually lost. This points to steroids being a bad thing in MMA fighting, but then again, like HGH, steroids don’t help you be a better athlete. They help you recover or train a bit more, but they don’t give you talent or stamina or heart.

Friday 28, Mar 2008

  M-1 Global and Fedor Emelianenko split

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fedor-MMAAlthough it has been obviously a long time coming event, M-1 and Fedor Emelianenko have finally parted ways. The problem with M-1 was that it didn’t find Fedor any competition nor was it able to sign any other real name fighters besides the Red Devil club. This, of course, comes too coincidental with the opening of DREAM, a co-promotion of K-1 and old PRIDE owners in Japan. DREAM signed Cro Cop already in their Japanese promotion, so naturally signing Fedor Emelianenko would be a good choice. It’s possible we’ll see Fedor vs. CroCop II with Fedor fighting the “new” CroCop. New meaning a CroCop jacked on anabolic steroids, human growth hormone (HGH), pain killers and god knows what else they use in Japan. Obviously, HGH has been proven to NOT be beneficial for athletes, but we doubt CroCop read the studies.