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Bellator 233: “Salter vs. van Steenis” takes place this weekend (Fri., Nov. 8, 2019) at WinStar World Casino and Resort in Thackerville, Okla., streaming live online via DAZN. Top-ranked Middleweights meet to compete as John Salter (16-4) and Costello van Steenis (12-1) hope to earn a world title shot against Rafael Lovato Jr. with a big win. Undefeated Welterweight Logan Storley (10-0) would also like to get into contention in his division. Coming off a...

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NEW YORK – Jorge Masvidal wants big money fights, and that includes boxing. Masvidal (35-13 MMA, 12-6 UFC) defeated Nate Diaz at UFC 244 with a third-round doctor’s stoppage TO to win the “BMF” title at UFC 244 this past Saturday. It was a fight in which he was comfortably up on in the judges’ scorecards. He was able to drop, bloody and batter Diaz over the course of three rounds to pick up his third...

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Serena DeJesus loves fighting, but she’s not your typical fighter. After years of trying to figure out what was “wrong” with her, she was diagnosed with autism at age 13. She realized as she got older that training kept her calm, and it’s paid off. Now, at age 27, she’s set for her Invicta FC debut on Friday and hopes not just to win in the cage, but make a difference outside of it. ****...

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shares share tweet pin sms send email By: MMA Junkie Staff | October 28, 2019 2:30 pm Follow @MMAjunkie UFC 244 may not have an actual title on the line, but the main event winner still is going to walk away with a belt. Welterweights Jorge Masvidal (34-13 MMA, 11-6 UFC) and Nate Diaz (20-11 MMA, 15-9 UFC) headline Saturday’s show at Madison Square Garden in New York, and the winner will be dubbed the...

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Henry Cejudo was already the reigning flyweight champion when he jumped up to 135 pounds to capture the vacant crown, but then left both divisions high and dry after bowing out to address a shoulder injury, one severe enough to require surgery that rendered him combat ineffective until early 2020. Now that he’s getting closer to being cleared for training, “Triple C” is looking forward to his first title defense, which is expected to be...