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    Wrapped Up in Wrestling

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    • Wrapped Up in Wrestling
    • Tearing It Up
    • Moving On Up?
    • The Next Great Champion?
    • Shutting Him Up
    • And It Is All Over

    Recap UFC 100 with Alex Adeyanju and Christine Killimayer

  • Brock Lesnar gets up in Frank Mir's face after their heavyweight unification match at UFC 100 Saturday, July 11, 2009. Lesnar won with a stoppage in the second round.

    Lesnar wins, puts on WWE-style show afterward

    July 11, 2009

    Brock Lesnar unleashed a series of hammer fists to end Frank Mir's night in the second round, but the show was far from over. Lesnar about got into with Mir afterwards, then proceed to salute the booing crowd with a couple of hand gestures. "Keep going, I love it. Keep going," Lesnar said.

  • Brock Lesnar smiles after defeating Frank Mir in their heavyweight title fight at UFC 100. Lesnar won with stoppage in the second round.

    UFC 100: Can anyone beat Brock Lesnar?

    July 12, 2009

    As insane as Brock Lesnar's behavior was following his win over Frank Mir at UFC 100, it shouldn't overshadow the first show he gave the fans Saturday night. That one was actually more impressive. Lesnar completely battered Mir the entire fight. Really, Lesnar has completely battered everyone.

  • Georges St. Pierre controls Thiago Alves on the ground during their welterweight title fight at UFC 100 Saturday night at Mandalay Bay.  Pierre won by decision to retain his title.

    St. Pierre dominant despite injury

    July 12, 2009

    Georges St. Pierre wants to leave a legacy in mixed martial arts, but after his latest victory Saturday night the UFC welterweight champ may be running out of room to improve. Despite a severely injured groin or abductor muscle, the popular Canadian fighter completely dominated the division’s top contender by scoring a lop-sided unanimous decision victory over Thiago Alves at UFC 100 at Mandalay Bay. Even the judge’s scores (50-45, 50-44, 50-45) couldn’t describe how flawlessly “GSP” executed his Greg Jackson-constructed game plan.

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    Octagon Girls

  • Lorenzo Fertitta, middle, poses for photos with fans at the UFC Fan Expo Friday inside the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.

    UFC co-owner addresses fans at Expo

    July 11, 2009

    A few hours from the start of perhaps the most important fight in UFC history, the company's chairman and chief executive officer, Lorenzo Fertitta, took time to address fans at the UFC Fan Expo inside the Mandalay Bay Convention Center Saturday morning. Fertitta delivered a short keynote address, which can be heard in its entirety here, about the creation of the UFC and its strategy moving into the future. Before clearing the stage for 40 bikini-clad women hoping to become the next Maxim/UFC Octagon Girl, Fertitta spent nearly an hour answering questions from a group of about 300 fans.

  • Chuck Liddell gets a hug from UFC president Dana White after being inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame Friday, July 10, 2009. TapouT co-founder, the late Charles "Mask" Lewis Jr., a good friend of Liddell's and the UFC, was also honored in the ceremony at Mandalay Bay.

    Liddell, ‘Mask’ ushered into UFC Hall of Fame

    July 11, 2009

    Ultimate Fighting Championship events are never short on emotions, but usually the electricity in the air is one of energy and excitement for a big fight.

  • UFC fan expo set for Mandalay Bay

    July 9, 2009

    The action inside the Octagon will be only part of the mixed martial arts related attractions this weekend at Mandalay Bay.

  • Keith Jardine signs autographs and poses for photos at the UFC Fan Expo Friday, July 10, 2009.

    Thousands turn out for UFC Fan Expo

    July 10, 2009

    If the UFC 100 Fan Expo is any indication of the popularity of mixed martial arts, then UFC 200 might be right around the corner. Tens of thousands of MMA fans packed the Mandalay Bay Convention Center Friday for the start of the first ever UFC Fan Expo, which runs until 4:30 p.m. Saturday.

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    UFC 100: Fan Experience

  • All In: UFC 100

    UFC First Impressions

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    • UFC First Impressions
    • First of the Superfights
    • All In: UFC 100 Intro
    • A Cut Above the Rest
    • One Defining Moment
    • The Face Versus the Future
    • Predictions: St-Pierre vs Alves
    • Fashion, then the After Parties
    • The Rematch
    • Predictions: Lesnar vs Mir
    • UFC 200?

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    UFC 100 Weigh-In

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    UFC 100 Weigh-in — Brock Lesnar: ‘See you tomorrow night’

    During the UFC 100 press conference Thursday, Brock Lesnar told everyone he was done talking. Had nothing left to say. After tipping the scales at his usual 265 pounds at Friday's weigh-in, the heavyweight champ made one final comment to his opponent Frank Mir.

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    UFC 100 press conference

    Dana White along with the key fighters for UFC 100 took part in a media luncheon and press conference Thursday at Mandalay Bay's House of Blues.

  • UFC President Dana White watches as Brock Lesnar and Frank Mir square off at the weigh-in for UFC 100.

    Lesnar-Mir rematch tops tonight’s UFC 100

    July 11, 2009

    Rematches will always be highly anticipated, but rarely does a first fight leave so many questions that need answering in a second meeting. The anticipation for the truth of what Mir-Lesnar I meant and what will be revealed this time in the Octagon is part of what has made the countdown to UFC 100 so electric. Tonight, we'll all have our answers.

  • Thiago Alves speaks to the media Wednesday, July 8, 2009 at Mandalay Bay. Alves will face Georges St. Pierre Saturday, July 11 at UFC 100.

    Fighter’s dream turns reality with UFC title bout

    July 10, 2009

    At the age of 15, most kids daydream about driving licenses and prom. Thiago Alves dreamnt a little bigger. “I never thought I’d be here today,” said Alves, who will fight Georges St. Pierre for the UFC welterweight title at UFC 100. “But in the back of my mind, since I was 15, I played with it that at the age of 25 I would be a world champion. Here I am, at 25.” Alves has traveled one wild road that will place him in the octagon Saturday night.

  • Dan Henderson is seen through a reporter's glasses while speaking to the media Wednesday, July 8, 2009 at Mandalay Bay. Henderson will take on Michael Bisping Saturday, July 11 at UFC 100.

    Rivals fighting for shot at middleweight champ

    July 9, 2009

    You wouldn’t think that a man with an 18-1 MMA record, a United Kingdom fan base that rivals that of Ricky Hatton and a family ancestry that traces back to royalty would have any trouble earning respect. And yet, somehow, Michael Bisping says he does.

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    UFC 100 Workout

    All six combatants in the three major fights for UFC 100 took part in a media workout Wednesday at Mandalay Bay.

  • UFC president Dana White offers a range of emotions during a recent interview about his mixed martial arts organization's historic 100th event.

    UFC’s Dana White: His way or the highway

    July 7, 2009

    Dana White’s not hurting for money. If the blacked out Ferrari the UFC president revs off in one of his recent video blogs doesn’t offer enough proof, there’s always that little 10-percent ownership clause for a company that Forbes recently valued at a billion dollars. So why not just speed off into the sunset after Saturday’s historic UFC 100 show and leave the everyday headaches of the world’s fastest-growing sport behind? White is the fiercest fighter in a sport based on the primal instinct. The more he’s challenged, the harder he fights back.

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    Walk Up to UFC 100

    Dana White sits down with 702.tv's Alex Adeyanju to talk about UFC 100 and his personal life. Watch more with Dana White and UFC 100 on All In: The Vegas Sports Scene Presents: UFC 100 Thursday 10:30 on VegasTV.

  • Prior to becoming a UFC middleweight, Dan Henderson, left, wrestles against Switzerland's David Martinetti during the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics. Henderson is just one of many former wrestlers to turn to the UFC following their wrestling careers.

    Wrestlers now have two choices: Olympics or UFC

    July 8, 2009

    U.S. National Greco-Roman coach Steve Fraser remembers he wasn’t upset when one of his wrestlers, Randy Couture, decided to leave the sport for mixed martial arts. Likewise, he didn’t mind when Dan Henderson and Matt Lindland left for the same reason. However if star pupil Joe Warren chooses the Octagon over the mat now, that one’s going to sting.

  • Frank Mir does some ground work on Brock Lesnar on his way to defeating him in UFC 81.

    Prep wrestling coach recalls high school career of Frank Mir

    July 7, 2009

    Long before Frank Mir became one of the more notable mixed martial arts fighters in the world, the native Las Vegan was a struggling wrestler at Bonanza High. Mir started wrestling during his junior year and lost his first nine matches while becoming familiar with the sport

  • Georges St. Pierre reacts after defeating B.J. Penn by TKO at UFC 94 on Saturday, January 31, 2009 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

    GSP’ prepared for greatest challenge

    June 26, 2009

    Georges St. Pierre has squared off in super fights and fought arguably the sport’s top champion, but the popular Canadian says his biggest challenge will come from Thiago Alves on July 11 at UFC’s historic 100th event. “Skill-wise he’s bringing a lot more problems to the table than everyone I’ve fought so far,” said St. Pierre, the welterweight champ.

  • UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta, center, and President Dana White joke with Brock Lesnar that they will have to get him a larger belt after he beat Randy Couture for the heavyweight title Saturday, November 15, 2008 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Lesnar won by TKO in the second round.

    Lesnar’s passion in MMA, but he won’t pass on paycheck

    July 6, 2009

    Physically, Brock Lesnar is already the UFC’s biggest star. The 6-foot-3, 280-pound Lesnar looks to be made more of granite than flesh. A win at Saturday night’s historic UFC 100 event at Mandalay Bay could easily place the behemoth right at the top of the list of mixed martial arts’ biggest stars in terms of financial success and stardom.

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    The Man in the Mir

    As Frank Mir prepares for his UFC Heavyweight Championship match against Brock Lesnar, he sits town to talk about his family life. Mir and his wife just welcomed a new baby boy Ronin born on June 9th.

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    Mir ready for Lesnar

    UFC Interim Heavyweight Champion Frank Mir takes on Brock Lesnar in a unifying match for the UFC heavyweight title at the company’s historic 100th show Saturday, July 11, 2009.

  • UFC Interim Heavyweight Champion Frank Mir prepares to train at Striking Unlimited Friday, June 26, 2009. The Las Vegas native takes on Brock Lesnar in a unifying match for the UFC heavyweight title at the company's historic 100th show Saturday, July 11, 2009.

    Mir jokes about new baby boy, serious about Lesnar

    June 30, 2009

    Frank Mir didn’t do much smiling when talk turned to his UFC 100 opponent Brock Lesnar at his open workout last Friday at Striking Unlimited. The one question that did raise a smirk on the UFC interim heavyweight champ’s face was whether or not there is a possibility for Lesnar-Mir III in a couple of decades. The 30-year-old Mir just had his fourth child, son, Ronin Maximus, on June 9. The next day Lesnar had a baby boy. “Maybe, but I sure hope they don’t. I want my kids to all have jobs where they wear ties,” Mir said with a chuckle.