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Reggie Merriweather looks to shine on AXS TV

Tonight in Lincoln, Rhode Island, Reggie Merriweather will step foot in front of millions of people as he steps in as a last minute replacement. Just one week ago Merriweather received what could only be considered the biggest call of his life. On the other end of the line was his manager letting him know that he has the opportunity ...

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Weekend Preview: GOTC, Apex Fights

[tps_header] Weekend Preview We head into St. Patrick’s Day weekend with a pair of local events in the Ohio Valley, as Gladiators of the Cage 16 is set to go down in Western Pennsylvania while Apex Fights 5 will take place in Tennessee. Check out previews of both events below, and as always, be sure to return to BluegrassMMA.com next ...

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Could amateur MMA in West Virginia become legal?

Bill Senate Bill No. 436 (SB 436) passed the West Virginia Senate and House this past week. Now, only one person stands in the way of SB 436 being written into law, West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin. On March 24, 2011 West Virgina became the 45th state to legalize mixed martial arts. Among the many stipulations tagged onto the ...

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The Ultimate Fighter 22 tryouts pushed back one month

Less than one week ago it was announced that the UFC will be hosting tryouts for the upcoming 22nd season of The Ultimate Fighter. The tryouts were originally scheduled to take place on March 27 at the Palace Station Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. While the venue itself didn’t change, the date did. The tryouts will now take place one ...

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John Hawk calls for UFC shot after dominant title win

John Hawk vs. Curt Lemmon It wasn’t as easy as most predicted, but John Hawk (11-5) is once again the NAAFS heavyweight champion. The Strong Style MMA fighter picked up his third consecutive win in the process, earning a unanimous decision over a very game Curt Lemmon (4-1) in the main event at NAAFS: Caged Vengeance 16 at the Canton ...

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