UFC Formally Announces Strikeforce Purchase, But Say Details Are Not Done Yet

The MMA industry and its fans went crazy over the weekend, when sources leaked news of a deal in which UFC would acquire lone rival, Strikeforce. While there wasn’t an official announcement, it was clear the deal was done. UFC President Dana White did confirm the news MMAFighting.com over the weekend, as well, but things were made official during a UFC press conference call on Monday (March 14). During the call, chairman Lorenzo Fertitta…
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UFC Agrees To Deal For Purchase Of Strikeforce

The UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) is further their dominance of the professional MMA world by agreeing to purchase their lone competitor, Strikeforce, sources revealed Saturday (March 12). According to ESPN.com, Zuffa LLC (owner and operator of the UFC), has agreed, in principle, to purchase Strikeforce, which entered MMA realm in 2006. UFC president, Dana White, confirmed reports, telling MMAFighting.com that Zuffa had purchased…
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Herschel Walker Wins Second MMA Fight With First-Round TKO

Former NFL great, Herschel Walker, is slowly proving he’s serious about his career in the MMA world, as he earned his second victory in the octagon at Saturday night’s (January 29) Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Cyborg fight card. The 48-year-old won a lopsided victory over Scott Carson, knocking him down with a left hook 20 seconds into the fight at the HP Pavilion, and then pummeling him on the ground for the next two minutes…
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Kimbo Slice’s MMA Future Uncertain, Strikeforce Not Interested

It’s been a few months since we’ve heard any news about former UFC fighter Kimbo Slice, ever since he was TKO’d by TUF cast-mate Matt Mitrione at UFC 113. So, we decided to do a little research to see what’s going on with big Kimbo. Since being cut from the UFC following his last defeat, we heard that Strikeforce was interested in the legendary backyard brawler. But apparently, that was untrue and MMA’s two biggest promotions have both lost interest…
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