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Mat Wars Season 2 Episode 7: No Gi Invitational

[embedded content] Season 1 of Mat Wars ended abruptly, but we are back with the second season and it kicks off with a bang. On Guard BJJ’s Matt Kwan is the star of the season. In this episode, Kwan takes to the Richmond Oval to compete at the CBJJF B.C. Provincial Open Championship. Kwan was invited to participate in the 16-man lightweight no-gi invitational. In the opening round, Kwan took on Zuma Martial Arts’ Walter Barrios. His quarter-final match-up was against Robert Wolfe from Ribeiro Jiu-JItsu. In the semi-finals, Kwan had a very tough match against Pacific Top Teams...

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How Kun Khmer Helped Sok Thy Overcome His Bullies

For the first time ever, the Cambodian martial art of Kun Khmer will be represented in ONE Super Series. At ONE: PINNACLE OF POWER, one of the sport’s best practitioners is ready to showcase Cambodia’s national striking art to the world, and against a celebrated Muay Thai World Champion to boot. Sok Thy (221-36-12 Kun Khmer) is bringing youth and huge talent to the ring against Lerdsila Phuket Top Team at the Studio City Event Center on Saturday, 23 June, in Macau. As the 20-year-old prepares for his big moment on the global stage for martial arts, we take this opportunity to...

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Jeremy Kennedy Signs With Brave CF

FORTALEZA, BRAZIL – MARCH 11: (R-L) Jeremy Kennedy of Canada kicks Rony Jason of Brazil in their featherweight bout during the UFC Fight Night event at CFO – Centro de Formaco Olimpica on March 11, 2017 in Fortaleza, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images) One of Canada’s brightest young talents has used the free agency market and signed with Brave CF. Jeremy Kennedy holds an 11-1 record and was 3-1 inside the UFC, however after his lone loss and contract negotiations, the 25-year-old decided to sign elsewhere. “I chose Brave because when I went out...

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A Lawyer’s Perspective on Conor McGregor’s Court Hearing

This Thursday, former UFC champion Conor McGregor will head to Kings County Criminal Court in Brooklyn, New York. He will appear in court for his actions at the UFC 223 media day in Brooklyn, New York. In April, McGregor made a surprise appearance at the UFC 223 media day, and to put it lightly, all hell broke loose – as it usually does when ‘The Notorious’ arrives. McGregor and his team of thugs, including Artem Lobov, were reportedly let-in to Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York after a group of TheMacLife staff, who were credentialed media, offered access to the arena. McGregor and his thugs were seen in various...

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RISE FC 1 Results

British Columbia gained another MMA promotion this past Saturday night, as RISE FC held their inaugural event. We have full RISE FC 1 results below. The all amateur show was held at the Tzeachten Hall in Chilliwack, British Columbia on June 9. The event showcased MMA, grappling and kickboxing. The main event featured heavyweights Daniel Chielewski vs. Terrence Spina. Also on the card was up and coming talent, Squamish’s Indroop Virk vs. Harley King. There was also a featured grappling tournament, which Titan MMA’s Justin Mullen won the $250 prize. Mullen defeated Alex Green with a Japanese necktie and Ernest Chiu...

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“I would have surpassed Ronaldo and Messi in second place” Conor McGregor

LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 04: Conor McGregor attends The Fashion Awards 2017 in partnership with Swarovski at Royal Albert Hall on December 4, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart Wilson/BFC/Getty Images) Irish MMA, Conor McGregor and Brazilian MMA Rafael dos Anjos were almost close to resolving beef that was ignited about two years ago. Taking this to bet online with Novibet will no doubt make a lot of senses. McGregor, who is famously called “The Notorious”, honoured his fourth placed name in the Forbes’ 2018 list of World highest paid athletes through his Instagram account, writing also about...

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Conor McGregor Helps Floyd Mayweather to Top Ten Wealthy Athletes

LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 14: Dana White splits Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor apart during the Floyd Mayweather Jr. v Conor McGregor World Press Tour at SSE Arena on July 14, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images) The aftermath of the blockbuster fight which happened between American boxers, Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, has been very rewarding for Mayweather, who is seen topping the list for Forbes best paid athletes for the fourth time in seven rewarding years. However, given the odds from NetBet Sports Betting no women were spotted in the top 10 list,...

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Gwyn Berry vs. Marlan Hall Square off at BFL 57 for 145-Pound Strap

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter BFL 57 will crown a new 145-pound amateur champion. On Thursday, Battlefield Fight League officials announced a bout between former 155-pound amateur champion Gwyn Berry and Marlan Hall for the amateur 145-pound belt. The 145-pound amateur championship was vacated by Josh Kwiatkowski, as he turned pro after his BFL 54 title victory. Berry (4-1) has been out of action since July 2017. The last time “The Wild” stepped inside the BFL cage, he lost his title to Paul Cowie at BFL 50. That loss was the lone blemish on Berry’s rap sheet. The Sound...

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Battlefield Fight League Drops 170-Pound Division

It has been a talking point for many years, that major mixed martial arts organizations adopt the 165-pound weight class. Well, British Columbia’s Battlefield Fight League has made the decision to drop the 170-pound weight class and add the 165-pound and 175-pound divisions. News of the change came on BFL’s official Facebook page. Current BFL welterweight champion David Perron is no longer the 170-pound title holder, but instead the 175-pound champ. They also announced that the professional 165-pound division will be coming soon. BFL President Jay Golshani explained the reasoning behind the abolishment of the division. “We have been trying...

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Chris Anderson vs. Dejan Kajic 2 Headlines BFL 56

Battlefield Fight League is winding back the clock, as Chris Anderson and Dejan Kajic will square off for a second time in the main event at BFL 56. BFL officials announced the match-up on Saturday evening. The headlining bout will take place on July 14, and will be contested at 180-pounds. Anderson and Kajic fought for the first time in 2017 at BFL 47, with Bukwas earning a third-round knockout. Anderson vs. Kajic 2 at BFL 56 Anderson (6-1) is coming off the first loss of his career. At BFL 53, “Bukwas” fought the toughest match of his career, and lost a split decision at the hands of former UFC welterweight Matt Dwyer. Prior to that blemish, Anderson was riding a six-fight winning streak, with five of his six victories coming via stoppage. Kajic (8-7-2) is also coming off a loss. At Prestige FC 9, the British Columbia native lost a split-decision to Menad Abella. Prior to that, Kajic defeated Tim Welch via second-round submission at Intense Championship Fighting 28. BFL 56 goes down on July 14 from the Hard Rock Casino in Coquitlam, British Columbia. The heavyweight championship is also up for grabs, as Caio Machado takes on Dustin Joynson. Another match-up that was announced, was the return of Micah Brakefield, as he takes on Hamza Salim. Stay tuned right here at MMA Sucka for more live streams as well as...

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BFL 55 Results

Battlefield Fight League returns for their fifty-fifth show and this one will be a banger. We have BFL 55 results for you all night long. The main event features a battle for the 155-pound championship, as Achilles Estremadura takes on Ryan Rohovich. The co-main event pits former amateur champ Jared Revel against TJ Koehler. The four bout professional main card is rounded out by Ash Mashreghi vs. Nick Coughran and Tylor Nicholson vs. Damon Begg. Along with the headlining title fight, there are three other championships on the line, as Justin Aujla-Fieldt takes on Austin Batra for the 170-pound amateur title,...

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Alexi Argyriou Retires From MMA

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Photo from Facebook 24-years-old may seem like the pinnacle time of a sporting career, but for lightweight Alexi Argyriou, he’s calling it quits.  The Zuma Martial Arts fighter took to his official Facebook page on Wednesday evening and let his fans know he was retiring from the sport of MMA. “After 10 fights and a long lay off due to injury I have decided to retire from the sport of MMA,” Argyriou stated. “I feel very lucky to have fought as it taught me the definition of hard work and sacrifice. I was also...

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