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THE CROATIAN COP ROUTS THE AXE MURDERER On April 28th, 2002, Mirko Cro Cop vs. Wanderlei "The Axe Murderer" Silva gave us one of the most intense stare downs in the history of combat sports and delivered on one of the most exciting fights that kept fans on the edge of their seats. You can read about the first encounter between the Croatian Cop and the Axe Murderer here. The fight went the distance and
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WHEN A CROATIAN COP MET AN AXE MURDERER More than 15 years ago at PRIDE 20: Armed and Ready, two of the most destructive individuals ever fought one another in PRIDE for the first time. Mirko "Cro Cop" Filipiovic was undertaking his 4th professional MMA fight under the PRIDE banner against the more seasoned Wanderlei "The Axe Murderer" Silva. Wanderlei and Mirko didn't care for each other that much, but there was really no true
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HOW (& WHY) ROYAL BLOOD SPILLED OVER A ROSE [caption id="attachment_12695" align="alignright" width="355"][/caption] November 4, Madison Square Garden, UFC 217. On a night of regicidal chaos, a powerful and seemingly invincible queen fell. Joanna Jędrzejczyk was knocked to the ground, scrambling to recover in a turtled position. It wasn’t long before she found herself tapping to strikes as Big John McCarthy stepped in to save her. The only champion in UFC strawweight history to
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BREAKDOWN: Petrosyan Douses 'Iron' Mike's Fire The early 2000s were a magical time for kickboxing. K-1 was still at its peak, having launched many a storied career and hosted some of the greatest fights we have ever seen in combat sports. At the time, K-1 was the proving grounds for all of the best strikers from every corner of the globe. Among the many illustrious events that were held during K-1’s heyday were the World
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2 Ways To Douse Explosive Opponents' Fire When your opponent takes a step forward, and then another, followed by another, until you’re pushed up against the ropes taking body shots and knees, to the point where you’re essentially laying out points on a platter and feeding them straight to your competitor, that’s a sign that you’re dealing with someone who is hyper-aggressive and will not back down until you’re out cold on the canvas. Applying
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