Friday, January 12, 2018

10 UFC Moments That Became Memes

top ufc memes

In UFC there are many highs and lows, and when there’s a low, there’s always an Internet troll lurking behind the scenes.
This video will present the best UFC moments that have been captured by MMA fans and turned into internet memes. 

 List includes:

Conor McGregor
Nick Diaz
Daniel Cormier
Jon Jones 
Khabib Nurmagomedov
Ronda Rousey
CM Punk
Rashad Evans
Alistair Overeem
Colby Covington 
Fabricio Werdum 


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Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Khabib Nurmagomedov 'Dagestani Eagle' (Highlights 2018)

Khabib Nurmagomedov highlights 2018

Khabib Nurmagomedov is an undefeated Russian mixed martial artist . He currently holds one of the longest undefeated streaks in MMA with 25 wins.
A lot of MMA fans consider Khabib as one of the most scariest fighters in UFC history.

Here is video the 'Eagle' highlights:

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Friday, December 29, 2017

Best UFC MMA Submissions of 2017



Take a look at 2017's "Submissions of the Year," which showcases not just brilliant Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) moments, but fantastic mixed martial arts (MMA) performances from different organizations.

Here is the video:


Which one is the best overall ?

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Thursday, December 21, 2017

Shocking Deaths in MMA History

Deaths in MMA
Shocking Deaths in MMA History
 MMA markets itself as a brutal, money-making spectacle. When the objective is to render opponents senseless by kicking and punching them in the head, it is no surprise when someone is seriously hurt and sustains fatal neurological damage and that is some cases could lead to death. 

Here are 5 MMA fighters who died in the Cage:

5) Douglas Dedge

Douglas Dedge was an American mixed martial artist who was the first known American competitor to be fatally injured in an MMA fight and the first death in the modern era of MMA. Dedge competed at an unsanctioned "World Super Challenge" event in Kiev, Ukraine. After tapping out following multiple strikes to his head, Dedge stood and almost immediately collapsed back to the mat. Dedge was then taken to the Kiev Institute of Surgery where he died two days.

4) Michael Kirkham

Michael lost a amateur fight in via a technical knockout, a bout that should have resulted in a disqualification of his opponent. Kirkham was given an automatic 30-day medical suspension for the TKO loss, but it doesn't appear that he followed up with a doctor. Two days after the suspension ended, Kirkham suffered a brain hemorrhage in his pro debut at the University of South Carolina Aiken Convocation Center on June 26. He died two days later at the age of 30.

3) Mike Mittelmeier

Mittelmeier died following an unsanctioned bout in Bolivia. After taking down his opponent and applying a leg lock, his opponent illegally kicked him in the head with the heel of his foot, knocking him out. The fight was stopped and Mittelmeier was pronounced the winner by disqualification, a few seconds later he collapsed (later being diagnosed with a cerebral hemorrhage that left him comatose). It is alleged that the promoters did not have a doctor or ambulance standing by and it took a long time before he was transferred to a hospital.

2) Ramin Zeynalov

27-year-old Ramin received a strong blow to the head during the fight and lost consciousness. Doctors were not able to bring the athlete back to life and the cause of death was a brain hemorrhage.

1) João Carvalho

MMA fighter Joao Carvalho, 28, died following a rough third-round technical knockout loss in Dublin, Ireland. According to Nobrega Team, the medical staff of Total Extreme Fighting followed all the safety protocols after the fight, and rushed Carvalho to the Beaumont Hospital 20 minutes after the contest after he started to feel bad. Carvalho underwent brain surgery immediately and stayed in critical condition for 48 hours.
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MMA Community reacts to Mayweather joining the UFC


Floyd Mayweather in talks with UFC over potential MMA Fight.
Here is a video about the MMA Community reaction:


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Friday, December 15, 2017

8 Rematches the UFC Has to Book in 2018

UFC rematches in 2018

Here are 8 rematches the UFC should look at booking in 2018: 

8) Eddie Alvarez vs. Dustin Poirier II
Alvarez and Poirier slugged it out earlier this year.
The bout was ruled a No Contest (NC) due to Alvarez landing a series of illegal knees in the second round.

7) TJ Dillashaw vs. Dominick Cruz II
They first met in December 2015 at UFC 194, where Rockhold stopped Weidman in a memorable war, Both are coming off solid wins, and having them cross paths within another fight or two would leave no doubt as to who the rightful heir to that title shot is.

 6) Luke Rockhold vs. Chris Weidman II 
Cruz after a long layoff beat Dillashaw at a UFC Fight Night in January 2016 to retain his title at the time.
The fight was extremely close, however, a rematch between them necessary in the Bantamweight division.

5) Robbie Lawler vs. Nick Diaz II 
Both met back at UFC 47, where Diaz successfully got the win via a KO punch.
The fight itself was incredibly memorable, with plenty of posturing and trash talk throughout.

4) Daniel Cormier vs. Alexander Gustafsson II
 They first met in October 2015 at UFC 192, where Cormier got a close split decision win.
The first fight was epic, a rematch would be exciting in the light heavyweight division.

3) Joanna Jedrzejczyk vs. Rose Namajunas II
Namajunas stunned the MMA world at UFC 217, wasting longtime strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk with a clean lead hook. However, Jedrzejczyk deserves an immediate rematch.

2) Conor McGregor vs. Max Holloway II
McGregor beat the featherweight champion in 2013 via unanimous decision when the two fighters were just starting out in the UFC. 
Holloway has won 12 fights in a row since that.

1) Conor McGregor vs. Nate Diaz III
This is obviously the most anticipated rematch in UFC history. McGregor and Diaz have provided two memorable wars in March and August 2016, and people are dying to see a third.


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Thursday, December 7, 2017

Watch Best UFC Celebrations

Best UFC Celebrations
Best UFC Celebrations

  After a brutal knockout or brilliant submission, many UFC fighters have some type of unique way to celebrate their victory. 
No matter how they go about doing it, post-fight celebrations are a great way for fighters to show their personalities inside the octagon. 
This video provides some of the top and best celebrations in UFC history.

The list contains:● Conor McGregor celebration● Anderson Silva celebration● Jose Aldo celebration● Roy Nelson celebration● Chuck Liddell celebration● Tito Ortiz celebration ● Yoel Romero celebration ... . 






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