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For the UFC/MMA fans here in pacland. Post any updates about upcoming fights/news about the UFC or other MMA organization. :D


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well as a lot of you know already..

Nogueira is the new UFC interim heavyweight champion. He just beat sylvia last saturday.
Brock Lesnar loss his UFC debut vs Frank Mir via submission


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Next ufc event UFC 82 on march 1st. Dan Henderson vs Anderson Silva for the middleweight championship

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heath herring vs cheick kongo
Jake O' Brien vs Andrei Arlovski
Yushin Okami vs Evan Tanner


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yea i cant wait for that fight. Henderson vs Silva gonna be a good one.


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Oops..sorry for the repeat post.. :D

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lbcya99 wrote:
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Herring vs Kongo


yea i cant wait for that fight. Henderson vs Silva gonna be a good one.

Who's your pick?I leaning towards Henderson just a little bit..

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GSP vs Serra in april will be a good one also. Kenny Florian vs J.Lauzon should be a good fight also.


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dyimz wrote:
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March

Henderson vs Silva
Herring vs Kongo


yea i cant wait for that fight. Henderson vs Silva gonna be a good one.

Who's your pick?I leaning towards Henderson just a little bit..


It's hard to pick cuz both are so talented. I would pick silva to win if it ends in submission. Henderson has been submitted before, the thing is i dont know how well can silva take a punch. Henderson has a lot of power with both hands. He knockout wanderlei silva in pride and he can also take a punch. Rampage hit him with some solid shot and he didnt even go down.


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Yeah, I think Silva's ground game is dangerous, and it hasn't been showcased that much in the UFC. I think if the fight goes to the ground, Silva has a very high chance of winning, but if the fight goes in the standing position, Henderson will KO or UD Silva..

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GSP vs Serra in april will be a good one also. Kenny Florian vs J.Lauzon should be a good fight also.

GSP all the way... :D

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HEAVYWEIGHT (265-205)

1. Fedor Emelianenko (Pictures) (27-1-0, 1 NC)
After a profile free-agent sweepstakes, "The Last Emperor" and his handlers have opted for MMA's top heavyweight to become the face of M-1 Global. In the much-critiqued first bout of the deal, Emelianenko quickly armbarred South Korean ssireum giant Hong Man Choi (Pictures) on New Year's Eve. What's next for Emelianenko is anyone's guess, but rumors abound of a potential fight with former UFC title contender Pedro Rizzo (Pictures).

2. Randy Couture (Pictures) (16-8-0)
Just when it seemed Couture couldn't capture any more headlines in 2007 after his underdog demolitions of Tim Sylvia (Pictures) and Gabriel Gonzaga (Pictures), "The Natural" resigned from the UFC. The Couture-Emelianenko fight now seems but impossible. If anything, Couture's next battle will be a legal one, as he attempts to get out of his contract with Zuffa.

3. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (Pictures) (30-4-1, 1 NC)
Nogueira will have only competed once in 2007, taking an unnecessary but almost disastrous third win over Heath Herring (Pictures) in July. Thankfully, with the UFC title picture now up in the air, a bout with former champion Tim Sylvia (Pictures) could be in order for early '08, which is exactly the kind of matchup fans were looking for when this whole UFC-PRIDE thing went down.

4. Tim Sylvia (Pictures) (24-3-0)
After his domination at the hands of Randy Couture (Pictures) in March, Sylvia underwent successful back surgery and took apart rising contender Brandon Vera (Pictures) last month. A win over a borderline top-10 heavyweight and the relative stagnancy of the rest of the division sees the former UFC champion rise to the fourth spot in these rankings. With a potential bout against Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (Pictures) looming, "The Maine-iac" may be poised to move even further up the list.

5. Gabriel Gonzaga (Pictures) (8-2-0)
Gonzaga flirted with championship glory but was brought back to earth against a more experienced foe in Randy Couture (Pictures). The 28-year-old Brazilian will begin his journey to another chance at being champion on Jan. 19, when he looks to avenge his first career loss to countryman Fabricio Werdum (Pictures).

6. Andrei Arlovski (Pictures) (11-5-0)
The former UFC champion has one fight left on his deal with Zuffa and won't be seeing action until he re-signs or gets out of the deal. Worse yet, his bargaining power is hampered by his losses to Tim Sylvia (Pictures) and his lackluster effort against Fabricio Werdum (Pictures) in April. The last thing MMA needs is another top heavyweight not competing.

7. Fabricio Werdum (Pictures) (9-3-1)
After a dismal UFC debut in April against Andrei Arlovski (Pictures), Werdum will head back to England in January for another tall task in former foe Gabriel Gonzaga (Pictures). Werdum handed "Napao" the first loss of his pro career in September 2003 in their native Brazil, and he will need to replicate his effort to maintain his standing as a top heavyweight.

8. Cheick Kongo (Pictures) (11-3-1)
Speaking to the power of a win over a name opponent, Kongo, who is still fairly limited as a mixed martial artist, finds himself ranked after his impressive decision victory on Sept. 8 over Mirko Filipovic (Pictures). The tall, powerful striker is a danger for anyone on the feet, but quality grapplers may still have their way with the Frenchman.

9. Mirko Filipovic (Pictures) (22-6-2)
After losing to Kongo, "Cro Cop" is just 1-2 since joining the UFC ranks after winning the 2006 PRIDE Open-Weight Grand Prix. Filipovic needs time off and a serious re-evaluation of his career if he's going to approach top-five status again.

10. Ben Rothwell (Pictures) (29-5-0)
With the subtraction of Josh Barnett (Pictures) due to inactivity, Rothwell slides into the tenth spot in the Sherdog.com rankings. While Rothwell is unproven against top competition, the 26-year-old Miletich product is riding a 13-fight winning streak, including wins over former UFC heavyweight champion Ricco Rodriguez (Pictures) and recently crowned IFL champion Roy Nelson (Pictures). With his relationship with the IFL looking a tad rocky, many are calling for Rothwell to take the jump in competition in 2008.


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LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT (205-185)

1. Quinton Jackson (Pictures) (28-6-0)
"Rampage" has worked past the troubles that haunted him after a tough series of fights in PRIDE, the last of which saw him go down in defeat to "Shogun" Rua. The exciting and flamboyant UFC light heavyweight put himself on the map by blasting out Chuck Liddell (Pictures) in less than two minutes. He followed that with a hard-fought victory over Dan Henderson (Pictures) on Sept. 8. Next up, Rampage looks to become a crossover star as he'll coach alongside Forrest Griffin (Pictures) as part of the next season of "The Ultimate Fighter."

2. Dan Henderson (Pictures) (22-6-0)
Undersized for the division, Dan Henderson (Pictures) is not a known name amongst many casual MMA fans. A scrappy former Olympic wrestler who has worked hard to integrate a dangerous striking game punctuated by one of the best right hands in the sport, Henderson has continually defied the odds against heavier opposition. His 25-minute war against Jackson is indicative of how tough the 37-year-old Henderson can be. Henderson slides up two spots. News of a fight with Anderson Silva at 185 pounds would suggest that Henderson will focus on the middleweight division, where he was previously ranked and subsequently dropped because of inactivity.

3. Keith Jardine (Pictures) (13-3-1)
Proof that a good game plan and a quality fight camp can get you far in MMA, Keith Jardine (Pictures) enjoyed the benefits of both on Sept. 22 in out-pointing former UFC light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell (Pictures). Like Liddell, "The Dean of Mean" was returning to the ring for the first time since suffering a brutal knockout loss, but Jardine showed no ill effects in winning. Wanderlei Silva (Pictures)'s loss to Chuck Liddell (Pictures) allows Jardine to climb one spot, from fourth to third.

4. Forrest Griffin (Pictures) (15-4-0)
An enormous win over "Shogun" validated Griffin in September, and now Griffin will have the enormous chance to add to both his celebrity and résumé as he takes on a coaching role on the seventh season of "The Ultimate Fighter," which will culminate in a title clash against Quinton Jackson (Pictures). Silva's loss to Liddell allows Griffin to rise one slot, from fifth to fourth.

5. Chuck Liddell (Pictures) (21-5)
After back-to-back disappointing losses to Quinton Jackson (Pictures) and Keith Jardine (Pictures), Liddell was in a must-win situation in his long-awaited showdown with Wanderlei Silva. In the high stakes scenario, Liddell turned in one of the best performances of his career, as he potently punched his way to a dominant decision against "The Axe Murderer" to put himself back into the UFC title picture. The win vaults Liddell from seventh to fifth in the rankings.

6. Mauricio Rua (Pictures) (16-3-0)
Rua had nothing for the previously unranked Griffin in their Sept. 22 UFC fight. The Brazilian earned his reputation by winning in Japan, where he demolished current UFC champion Quinton Jackson (Pictures) and captured the prestigious PRIDE 205-pound Grand Prix. With his exciting fighting style and world-class skill, Shogun was poised to become a star in the United States. At just 25 years of age, he can rebound from the Griffin defeat, but it will take excellent performances for him to find the top spot anytime soon.

7. Lyoto Machida (Pictures) (12-0-0)
With years of hype, and a string of dominant wins, the enigmatic Brazilian was still in desperate need of a great performance. The proud karateka was able to actualize it, as he absolutely destroyed the streaking Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou. The sensational win sees Machida rise from tenth to seventh in the rankings. At this juncture, it'd be hard to imagine Machida not fighting for the UFC light heavyweight title in 2008.

8. Wanderlei Silva (Pictures) (31-8-1, 1 NC)
Silva fought gamely, but lost a decisive points victory to longtime rival Chuck Liddell on Dec. 29. The 31-year-old has lost three in a row, and as a result, falls from third to eighth on the Sherdog.com rankings. However, there is still a wealth of talent that pose interesting match-ups for "The Axe Murderer" heading into 2008.

9. Rashad Evans (Pictures) (11-0-1)
"Sugar" Rashad maintains his spot following his tight decision win over Michael Bisping at UFC 78. On the heels of a draw versus Tito Ortiz (Pictures), which Evans would have lost had Ortiz not grabbed the cage fencing and suffered a point deduction, a destructive KO over Sean Salmon (Pictures) and, most impressively, a dominating stoppage of Jason Lambert (Pictures), "The Ultimate Fighter 2" heavyweight winner holds onto the ninth spot.

10. Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou (Pictures) (4-2-0)
Africa's top mixed martial artist exploded upon the world stage in 2007 with early knockouts of then top-10 light heavyweights Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (Pictures) and Ricardo Arona (Pictures). However, whether it was a case of too much too soon, or just being against a special kind of opponent, Sokoudjou was crushed by Lyoto Machida in his UFC debut on Dec. 29. At 23 years old, Sokoudjou has all the time in the world to evolve into an elite fighter, but for now, his loss drops him from eighth to tenth.


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MIDDLEWEIGHT (185-170)

1. Anderson Silva (20-4)
The top middleweight, and still the king of Sherdog.com's pound-for-pound rankings, Silva will be blessed with the chance to strengthen his stranglehold on the middleweight division, and fortify his status at the sport's top fighter when he faces fellow pound-for-pounder Dan Henderson (Pictures) in March. Oddly enough, the bout will take place in Ohio, where "The Spider" notched the two biggest wins of his career as he destroyed former champion Rich Franklin (Pictures) in front of his hometown crowd.

2. Paulo Filho (Pictures) (16-0-0)
The good: Filho knocked off a very solid and worthy opponent in his Dec. 12 WEC title defense in Chael Sonnen (Pictures). The bad: He looked positively awful doing it, and the fight's finish came amid considerable controversy. The ugly: The fight has led to many fans and pundits alike questioning whether Filho is nearly as talented as his beefy record says. It's a question that will only get answered in time.

3. Matt Lindland (Pictures) (20-5-0)
Unquestionably one of the toughest and gamest guys in the sport, the real problem for Matt Lindland (Pictures) has been that he hasn't fought much relevant competition at 185 pounds. If "The Law" climbs in with some quality middleweight opposition in 2008, he'll almost certainly improve his stock in the division.

4. Rich Franklin (Pictures) (22-3-0, 1 NC)
Following another destruction at the hands of Anderson Silva, Franklin's next move is unclear. He is still a quality competitor in a relatively shallow division, but he is left with very few options given the nature of his debasing losses to "The Spider."

5. Nathan Marquardt (Pictures) (25-7-2)
Marquardt found himself overwhelmed by UFC champion Anderson Silva in July. Though many thought Marquardt provided a bad style match for Silva, his chin failed to hold up against the champion's strikes. "Nate the Great" will be in action come Super Bowl weekend against once-beaten Brazilian Thales Leites (Pictures).

6. Robbie Lawler (Pictures) (16-4-0)
Injury again nixed a proposed Dec. 15 bout in ICON Sport with Hawaiian banger Kala Kolohe Hose (Pictures). Here's hoping that third time is the charm for getting this fight done and that one of ProElite's only top talents can stay healthy for action in the new year.

7. Yushin Okami (Pictures) (21-4-0)
Following his domination of Jason MacDonald (Pictures) in October, rumors immediately surfaced that Okami was done in the UFC and that Zuffa had no interest in re-signing him. That talk was quickly quashed as Okami and his camp renegotiated a new deal for the Japanese standout that will put him back in the Octagon in early 2008.

8. Frank Trigg (Pictures) (16-6-0)
Not the most poignant victory in the world, but Trigg made easy work of Edwin Dewees (Pictures) on the Dec. 15 HDNet Fights card. What's more important is that Jason "Mayhem" Miller knocked off Tim Kennedy (Pictures), setting up a quality rematch between the two fighters early next year. Their first encounter was the bout that brought Trigg back to prominence, as he literally stomped out MMA's cult hero in December 2006. With the loss to Yoshihiro Akiyama (Pictures) to Trigg's former victim Kazuo Misaki (Pictures), the outspoken "Twinkle Toes" rises from tenth to eighth in the Sherdog.com rankings.

9. Kazuo Misaki (Pictures) (19-8-2)
Talk about a rollercoaster: after his improbable and arguably tainted PRIDE Grand Prix run in 2006, Misaki began 2007 with high hopes, and was instead destroyed by Frank Trigg (Pictures). In a do-or-die situation, Misaki turned in a performance that embodied the brand of gameness he's known for, getting up from a brutal knockdown to put Yoshihiro Akiyama (Pictures) to sleep in vicious fashion. That win allows Misaki to creep back into the tail end of these rankings.

10. Yoshihiro Akiyama (Pictures) (10-2-0, 1 NC)
Akiyama returned after a grueling 11 months on the shelf following his flirtations with Oil of Olay in his bout with Kazushi Sakuraba (Pictures), and everything looked to be coming up roses after he destroyed the well-regarded Denis Kang (Pictures) in Seoul in October. However, this New Year's Eve wasn't too kind to Akiyama either, Akiyama was brutally knocked out by Kazuo Misaki (Pictures) in arguably the best bout of NYE. With the loss, Akiyama falls from eight to 10.


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WELTERWEIGHT (170-155)

1. Georges St. Pierre (Pictures) (15-2-0)
While the spectre of his shocking loss to Matt Serra (Pictures) looms, the French-Canadian regains the top spot in the Sherdog.com rankings. In the wake of his loss to Serra, GSP has gone out and showed why he was touted as the next P4P king of the sport in running roughshod over top-10 opponents in Josh Koscheck (Pictures) and Matt Hughes (Pictures). Beating top-flight competition is the backbone of this sport, and St. Pierre has compiled more top-10 wins than maybe any fighter in the past three years. However, all his demons won't be fully exorcised until he defeats Serra to regain the rightful UFC welterweight title.

2. Matt Serra (Pictures) (9-4-0)
Serra's chance at an epic year was erased when he was forced to pull out of his slated Dec. 29 title defense against Matt Hughes (Pictures). Georges St. Pierre (Pictures) stepped in, destroyed Hughes, and on the strength of his last two bouts, regained the top spot in these rankings. However, Serra still owns the UFC welterweight title, and as soon as he's ready to go, he'll have the chance to prove lightning can strike twice.

3. Matt Hughes (Pictures) (41-6-0)
The sport's most celebrated welterweight is nearing the end, and was completely destroyed by Georges St. Pierre (Pictures) in their rubber match on Dec. 29. With only a couple fights maximum left, it will be interesting to see what Zuffa proposes for the former champ before his retirement.

4. Jon Fitch (Pictures) (15-2-0, 1 NC)
With his impressive decision victory over Diego Sanchez (Pictures) on Sept. 22, Fitch moved to 7-0 in the UFC. The impressive wrestler turned mixed martial artist showed an array of skills, including an amazing ability to avoid submissions. Fitch has come out of the shadows the right way, winning tough fights that helped him grow as a fighter -- and as a known commodity among MMA fans.

5. Josh Koscheck (Pictures) (9-2-0)
A last-second loss to Drew Fickett (Pictures) is no longer the only blemish on the powerful wrestler's ledger. Koscheck was dominated during his 15-minute clash with former UFC champion Georges St. Pierre (Pictures). Perhaps most surprising: He was outwrestled and forced to fight from the bottom for most of the fight. Training with Jon Fitch (Pictures) at the American Kickboxing Academy in San Jose, Calif., should only help Koscheck's progression.

6. Diego Sanchez (Pictures) (17-2-0)
Undefeated before losing by decision to Koscheck in one of his worst efforts as a pro, Sanchez redeemed himself even in losing to Jon Fitch (Pictures) on Sept. 22. "The Ultimate Fighter 1" star aggressively attacked Fitch with submissions, but he failed to find one due to his foe's incredible defense. Sanchez recently left his childhood home of Albuquerque, N.M., and longtime trainer Greg Jackson to be with his child in San Diego, Calif. The move to work with Rob Garcia regularly didn't appear to hurt Sanchez, who might consider a move down to lightweight following his second loss in a row.

7. Karo Parisyan (Pictures) (18-4-0)
Parisyan was once promised a title shot before the UFC's 170-pound title picture went haywire. However, he has done his job as a prizefighter, continuously facing quality opposition and, apart from his classic with Diego Sanchez (Pictures), winning. The high amplitude-minded Armenian continued his march towards a title shot by outlasting former DEEP champion and PRIDE veteran Ryo Chonan (Pictures) at UFC 78.

8. Jake Shields (Pictures) (20-4-1)
With free agency looming, Shields inked a long-term deal with ProElite and then went out and quickly dispatched of a quality opponent in Mike Pyle (Pictures). The next stop for Shields would seemingly be an EliteXC title match. The real question, however, is whom Gary Shaw and company can find to face Shields that will offer him any sort of challenge.

9. Shinya Aoki (Pictures) (12-2-0)
His tougher-than-expected Dec. 31 bout against South Korean silver medal judoka Bu Kyung Jung (Pictures) took place at 154 pounds, where Aoki figures to spend more of his time. However, Aoki's resume as a welterweight is still sterling, and he figures to return to the division to defend his Shooto world title at 168 pounds early in 2008.

10. Carlos Condit (Pictures) (21-4-0)
The exciting up-and-coming Condit will get the star treatment as he puts his WEC title on the line on Feb. 13. Condit gets the chance to avenge the first loss of his career against Carlo Prater (Pictures), in front of a partisan crowd in his native New Mexico where their first bout took place in Sept. 2004. Best of all, it's on cable TV.


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