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WCFL XII: Weigh Ins

Tension was in the air was as the fighters weighed in for World Class Fight League's fight night tomorrow. Check out the pics after the jump!

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UFC releases Reebok sponsorship figures

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The cold hard numbers are in for the UFC/Reebok sponsorship deal and listed above. The numbers immediately caused controversy amongst the roster of fighters that stand to lose money from the new deal. As reported Reebok now has the exclusive sponsor rights to the UFC fighters and will give each fighter a payout for wearing their gear. The amout of money paid to each fighter is based on number of fights each fighter has had under the Zuffa brand, including Strikeforce and WEC. What do you think? Is this good for the fighters in the long run? 

Metamoris 6

 

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Metamoris continues its sixth installment of its 20 minute submission only PPV matches. While the event has drawn criticism for shutting out all media and not having the event open to fans, the card itself has some very interesting matchups.
Headlined by Josh Barnett taking on the short notice replacement Ryron Gracie should be an interesting matchup and we will see if Gracie can pull off an win against the very experienced and much bigger former UFC champ.

The action begins at 6PM EST streaming live on their website metamoris.com

 

The rest of the card is below:

Josh Barnett vs. Ryron Gracie

Chael Sonnen vs. Babalu Sobral

Joe Lauzon vs. Dillon Danis

Xande Ribeiro vs. Keenan Cornelius

Clark Gracie vs. Roberto Satoshi

Jeff Monson vs. Jimmy Friedrich

 

Olympic Champions and MMA Superstars to Wrestle 
in the 3rd annual Grapple at The Garden, presented by MusclePharm

 

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Live on Pay-Per-View from Madison Square Garden on Sunday, December 21

 

Gray Maynard, Joe Warren, King Mo and

Olympic champion Khadjimurad Gatsalov 

amongst the world-class competitors lined up for battle

 

New York, NY (December 11, 2014) – A collection of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) icons, including Gray Maynard, Joe Warren and “King Mo” Lawal will join Olympic Gold Medalist and five-time world champion Khadjimurad Gatsalov of Russia, Olympic hopeful Kyle Dake of the U.S. and world champion Arsen Julfalakyan of Armenia in the much-anticipated Grapple at The Garden, presented by MusclePharm live on pay-per-view from Madison Square Garden on Sunday, December 21.

Grapple at The Garden, presented by MusclePharm is being distributed in North America by Integrated Sports Media for live viewing at 12:00 p.m. ET / 9:00 a.m. PT on both cable and satellite pay-per-view in the USA via iN Demand, DISH, and Vubiquity and Bell TV, Shaw PPV, Rogers, SaskTel, TELUS and MTS in Canada for a suggested retail price of only $14.95.  Viewer’s world-wide can order on-line at www.GFL.TV.

 

(full event info after the jump)