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UFC 184 to Feature Chris Weidman-Vitor Belfort as Well as Ronda Rousey-Cat Zingano


Recently Vitor Belfort relayed that he will fight middleweight champ Chris Weidman at UFC 184, and now the promotion has confirmed that the fight will take place at the February 28th card. In addition, the organization has announced that Ronda Rousey will fight Cat Zingano at the event, and not at UFC 182.

The UFC confirmed just last week that Rousey would defend the bantamweight title versus Zingano on January 3rd. No reason for the change was mentioned in today’s announcement.

UFC 184 will be hosted by the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, and will be available throughout North America on pay-per-view.

Belfort and Weidman were originally scheduled to fight at UFC 181 on December 6th, however, the champion was forced to withdraw due to a hand injury.

UFC FN 56: “Shogun” Rua Facing Ovince St. Preux Instead of Jimi Manuwa

Just over a week out from UFC Fight Night 56 in Uberlandia, Brazil, the main event has undergone a change, as Ovince St. Preux, and not Jimi Manuwa, will battle “Shogun” Rua.

The news was reported by UFC President Dana White, who announced via Instagram:

559 Fights back in Visalia

By: Daniel "BigTrip" Quintana

The best amateur MMA organizaion in the State is back at it Saturday, November 1st 2014. as the Holiday Inn and Conference Center in Visalia, Ca will host 559 Fights 30.

The 559 Fights welterweight championship will be on the line in the main event. as current champion (4-0) Garrett Marks out of Fresno defends his title versus  Jonathan De Leon. Undefeated Marks trains out of Thrive MMA and Team Tompkins and is currently ranked as the no. 2 welterweight in the state. De Leon trains out of Vitruvian FightandFitness' 

The opening round of the featherweight and bantamweight tournaments will take place.

To start the Featherweight tournament Bakersfield's (3-0-1) Holt Felkins out of Eric Nolan's Xtreme meets (2-1) Steve Ronneberg out of Dynamic MMA.

Kicking off the bantamweight tournament is Exeter's (4-2) Alex Valencia out of Team KO takes on Sacramento's (6-2-1) Marcel Cyprian from Team Alpha Male.

Also on the card:

Visalia's (2-2) Devon Chavez vs. Coalinga's (2-0) Domingo Ramirez

Fresno's (5-3) Carlos Hernandez vs. (0-1) Mike Tubera

(0-0) James Porter vs. (0-0) Millard Lutu

(0-0) Ignacio Guzman vs. (0-1) Dustin Toby

(0-0) Brandon Jacobo vs. (0-0) Miguel Quiroz

(3-2) Jonathan De Leon vs. (1-1) Victor Rico

(0-0) Johnny Dixon vs. (0-1) Modesto Rivas

(0-0) Diego Orozco vs. (0-0) Brandon

Tickets start at $20 and are available at Nutrishop Visalia or  for VIP info text or call (559)813-0307 Doors open at 6pm Fights start at 7pm.

Jose Ramirez, annihilates opponent

2012 US Olympian welterweight Jose Ramirez (12-0, 9 KOs) impressed again, destroying David Rodela (17-10-4, 7 KOs) in the first round on Saturday before a sellout crowd at the Selland Arena in Fresno, California. A right hook put Rodela down for the count after just 50 seconds. With the win, Ramirez claimed the vacant “junior” NABF welterweight title, his first title as a professional. The bout topped a card billed as “Fight for Water 3″ to bring attention to the ongoing battle against water shortages in California’s Central Valley.

UFC 179  Results: Jose Aldo Defends Title in Memorable War

Many people believed the new-and-improved Chad Mendes would be Jose Aldo’s toughest test to date, and the featherweight champ survived a stern test tonight at UFC 179.

Aldo was sent to the mat early on in the bout, and took more than a few telling shots from Mendes, but he also knocked the challenger down on a couple of occasions. In fact, one of Aldo’s knockdowns took place after the bell, but Mendes was also warned two times for eye pokes.

After the thrilling, back-and-forth slugfest,  a bloodied Aldo was awarded a 49-46 score by all three judges, and retained the featherweight title. The renowned fighter has now won 18 straight fights. In 2012, Aldo KO’d Mendes in the opening round.

Here are the results from UFC 179, which went down in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Jose Aldo def. Chad Mendes via unanimous decision

Phil Davis def. Glover Teixeira via unanimous decision

Fabio Maldonado def. Hans Stringer via TKO (punches) R2, 4:06

Darren Elkins def. Lucas Martins via split decision

Beneil Dariush def. Diego Ferreira via unanimous decision

Neil Magny def. William Macario via TKO (strikes) R3, 2:40

Yan Cabral def. Naoyuki Kotani via Submission (rear-naked-choke) R2, 3:06

Wilson Reis def. Scott Jorgensen via Submission (arm-triangle-choke) R1, 3:28

Andre Fili def. Felipe Arantes via Unanimous Decision

Gilbert Burns def. Christos Giagos def. Submission (armbar) R1, 4:57

Tony Martin def. Fabricio Camoes via Submisssion (kimura) R1, 4:16



Fox Sports 1 - Oct 30 (10PM ET/7PM PT)
Danny O'Connor vs. Andrew Farmer
Showtime - Nov 1 (9PM ET/PT)
Andrzej Fonfara vs. Doudou Ngumbu
(light heavyweight)
Tomoki Kameda vs. Alejandro Hernandez
(WBO bantamweight title)
UniMas - Nov 1 (11PM ET/PT)
Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. vs. Jonathan Arellano



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